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Aries (March 21 – April 19) Aries people need to keep physically busy. They accomplish many things simply because of their restless energy. They need to learn how to make constructive use of their energetic efforts. The typical Aries urge is to take on more projects than can be done reasonably well. Though others may… Continue Reading →

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Planets

Just as the moon’s energy pushes and pulls our oceans, so do the other planets have an influence in our lives. Although astrology is often seen as an intangible science, the simple fact remains that it is incredibly accurate; so much so, that some of the greatest scientific minds in the history of humanity have… Continue Reading →

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Houses

The Houses are where the planetary influence appears in our lives. Think of them as rooms or sectors of our lives where we feel the influence of the universe and the signs. They are the places where events are governed by the signs and planets. Another way to think of them is as scenes in… Continue Reading →

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Elements

Thinking about the world through the eyes of an astrologer, we offer some simple thoughts about the relevance of the stars in your life. The astrological signs are broken down into the four primary elements with the basic characteristics included. Similarly, the four basic personality types are included with their corresponding sign. Find your sign,… Continue Reading →

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Modes

The modes, or quadruplicities as they are known, represent the types of energy or character of the sign. There are three types of modes. Each of the modes contains four signs; one for each of the elements in the mode. The first mode is Cardinal which contains Aries (fire), Cancer (water), Libra (air), and Capricorn… Continue Reading →

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Your Rising Sign

The Rising Sign in an astrology chart is second only to the Sun sign in importance. The rising sign or ascendant, as it is also known, is determined by the exact time of birth. Every four minutes the earth rotates one degree. Every two hours the Sun sits in a narrow path on the horizon…. Continue Reading →

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