Cosmic Dirt Astrology, June 7 2012, Because Saying We Care, Means.., Mercury enters Cancer, Sun square Mars

Some changes can be expected as Mercury leaves sociable Gemini, and enters into shy Cancer this morning. The communication expert will find himself out of his element and a bit soggy in the Cancerian wetlands for the next three weeks. This can influence us with uncertainties and a reason for caution, if we are blurred […]

Cosmic Dirt Astrology, April 15, 2012, Cracks in our Truth, Sun opposes Saturn retrograde

We could be over-generous with ourselves as Moon squares sloppy Jupiter in the earlier hours of the morning. While we may want to quickly believe and trust, we should remain practical. Strong tensions may be possible as Sun opposes disciplinary Saturn retrograde this afternoon. Where we may want to shine and claim credit, Saturn’s heavy […]

Cosmic Dirt Astrology, February 14, 2012, Happy Valentines Day

Valentines Day starts out in a comfortable mood as Mercury (thoughts, communications) conjuncts compassionate Neptune. We don’t seem to mind just going with the flow. We become challenged as to what our ego and our heart want as Moon squares Sun in today’s Quarter Moon. Healing waves rush in as Jupiter sextile Chiron, which can […]

Cosmic Dirt Horoscope, January 19, 2012, Seeing the Light Between the Cracks, Sun square Saturn

Our inner strength and goals could be ‘tested’ as Sun (identity) squares Saturn (discipline). Like a heavy cloud hanging over our head, the experience could range from fatigue to frustrating as potential difficulties rise. Our ego could feel stomped on if we have failed to keep up with our duties. Saturn comes with karmic lessons, […]

Cosmic Dirt Horoscope: Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Sensitivities continue to sway with Luna in the vibrational waters of Cancer, so connect with your inner balance, and don’t let anyone disturb it… much. As Moon trines Sun this evening, favorable energy rises for fun, love, and creativity. “Once you know the difference between right and wrong, you have lots fewer decisions to make.” […]