Use the incoming solar wind for course correction

SpaceWeather says A large hourglass-shaped hole in the sun’s atmosphere is facing Earth and spewing solar wind in our direction. Estimated time of arrival: August 5th-6th. Minor G1-class geomagnetic storms and high-latitude auroras are possible when the gaseous material arrives. This solar wind will be hitting as we are moving into the energy of Lughnasadh,…

Forecast for June 2019

The overarching pattern of the forecast for June suggests to me that the focus is on prosperity. Not necessarily on having it, but on paying attention, planing, evaluating your relationship to it, and holding space for it. If you do have it, be careful, conscious, and deliberate in how you use it. If you’re working…

Full Sturgeon Moon in Pisces

I’m not going to be able to do Circle this month for the Full Moon, so this is a virtual offering instead. According to Darkstar Astrology, “The full moon forms the backbone of a kite (Inside a grand earth trine) The moon is also part of a yod to the North Node.” This prompted me…

New Moon in Cancer & first eclipse of the season!

Tonight: Solar Eclipse New Moon @ 20 Cancer at 7:48pm Pacific First the jargon: It’s a partial eclipse, not viewable from North America, and happens at the same time that the Moon goes Void of Course. Mars is conjunct the South Node. The Moon is exactly opposite Pluto in Capricorn. There is a Water Grand…

Eclipse Season: What that means, and what to do with it

This July, we move into Eclipse Season. The last eclipses we had were in January-February. We’ve got 2 solar eclipses (7/12, 8/11) this summer, and one lunar eclipse (7/27). The lunar eclipse will be the longest total lunar eclipse of the century. Eclipses are generally associated with beginnings and endings, and always herald a change….

Summer Harvest

Summer Harvest, otherwise known as cutting things back a bit, is underway in the Faery Garden. The Elder had taken over the sidewalk again, the Rosemary was encroaching on the Lavender, the one Lavender bush was taking over a path, the Citronella was taking over a different path, the Fennel was doing what fennel does,…

A Summer Solstice Story: The Mink and the Sun

A Telling by Eldrbarry Mink’s mother, Sea Lion, as a young maiden, liked to sit in a rock in the sea, basking in the warm sun. When she found out she was going to have a baby, her parents questioned her about it. They asked her who the father was. “I don’t know any young…

Reminder: The World is a Hologram (From the August Newsletter)

As things are heating up more and more, politically and socially, to say nothing of the weather, I thought this would be a good time to remind you that the world around you is a hologram, a manifestation of your inner processes. When you encounter persons or ideas that are counter to who you really…