The Low Vibrations of the Zodiac


July 12th, 2014

Everything in astrology has a high (positive) and low (negative) vibration, which is part of the reason why every aspect has so many different possibilities. Which one you manifest is entirely up to you. I’m going to review the low vibration of each sign (remember, these are just the negative manifestations, not 100% how the Read More…

The High Vibrations of the Zodiac


June 28th, 2014

Aries – The high vibration of Aries is pioneering, independent, and enthusiastic. Aries loves to start new things and isn’t afraid of going where others have never gone. They don’t need anyone to hold their hand, and they’re excited by life. Taurus – The high vibration of Taurus is reliable, hard-working, and focused. Taurus is Read More…

Progressed Planets at Critical Degrees


June 14th, 2014

Critical degrees are points in each sign that are more sensitive, and they can be used for change, growth, intense encounters, or challenging experiences. The critical degrees are: 0, 13, 26 degrees Aries, Cancer, Libra, Capricorn 8-9, 21-22 degrees Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, Aquarius 4, 17 degrees Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces You can also consider 29 Read More…

Stressful Times Ahead for World Economy in 2015 and 2016


June 2nd, 2014

As the year 2014 approaches its midway point, the general picture of the world economy is far from inspiring. This scenario seems to be giving rise to apprehensions of economic recession once again. Obviously, everyone the world over will be anxious to know what shape the global economy will take in the coming years. This Read More…

Myanmar-Burmese Astrology


May 16th, 2014

In Myanmar-Burmese astrology, there are only eight astrological animal signs. Eight was a sacred number is Myanmar (formerly Burma), where this was developed. The signs are assigned to the seven days of the week, with two signs being assigned to Wednesday. All you need to know is the actual day you were born on. Read Read More…

Similarities and Differences Between Chinese and Western Astrology


April 26th, 2014

Chinese astrology has been around for thousands of years, and there are similarities and differences between Chinese and Western astrology. Chinese astrology has twelve signs, just like Western astrology, but uses animal names for their signs. The animal signs of the Chinese Zodiac are, in order: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Read More…

Celtic Tree Astrology


April 12th, 2014

Most people are familiar with Western and Chinese astrology, but did you know that there are other forms? One such form is Celtic Tree astrology, created by Celtic Druids who assigned a tree to letters of the Ogham, or Shamanic alphabet. Unlike Western and Chinese astrology, there are 13 Celtic Tree astrology signs instead of Read More…

How to Read a General Horoscope for Your Chart


March 22nd, 2014

Most people don’t realize that when they read a general horoscope on a website or in a magazine that the horoscopes are actually written for your Rising sign, not your Sun sign. Como what? See, horoscopes are written based on the movement of the planets through the houses. In astrology, there are 12 houses, each Read More…

29 Degrees: The Anaretic Degree


March 8th, 2014

29 degrees of any sign is called the Anaretic degree. It’s the very last degree of the sign before it moves into the next sign. When you’re born with a planet or point at 29 degrees, that puts extra emphasis on that planet or point. You can have a difficult time harnessing the energy of Read More…

Native American Animal Signs


February 23rd, 2014

Native American animal signs are similar to the Zodiac signs, but use animals instead. They have 12 signs, and their meanings are similar to Western astrology signs. Find yours below: Otter – January 20 – February 18 (Aquarius) You like to do things in your own way, and it might seem a little kooky to Read More…