Star Struck Chronicles

"To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven"

April 2016 - Posts

The Spring eclipses are over but the energies of the eclipse season are still with us as events related to the eclipses continue to play out in our lives. The eclipses were about endings (Pisces/12th house) and letting go of relationships Read More
April's full moon falls at 2 degrees of Scorpio. The moon will peak at 10:24 Pacific time, on April 21, and 1:24 AM, April 22, EST in the East. This moon falls on the Scorpio-Taurus axis (8th/2nd houses) which rules change and Read More
Venus squares Pluto Tuesday, April 19, exact at 4:49 PM, EST. This square will bring relationships and in some cases money, front and center. Typically this transit can bring up deeply buried issues, that could involve sex, money, Read More
Astrologers construct a chart for the moment the Sun enters Aries, known as the Aries ingress chart, and this will show us events and themes that will be relevant for the next part of the year -spring into summer.  This chart is cast Read More
Sometimes a natal chart will offer a crystal clear picture as to a definite career path. Other times it's a mixed bag, and a person may have more than one interest or feel they have settled for less than they are capable of. Either way, it Read More
Mars is the action planet of the zodiac. It rules our actions, drive, energy and passion, men, sex and even war. The 'red planet" speaks to and of the confidence of an individual and how they act out their lives. Mars energy can be Read More
Thursday's New moon falls at 18.04 of Aries, and peaks at 7:24 AM, EST. I call this new moon radical as it conjuncts Uranus and squares Pluto, in effect setting off the Uranus-Pluto square. Someone asked me the other day, 'isn't Read More
The Sun squares Pluto Wednesday, April 6, exact at 4:10 PM, EST. After this point the transit will still be powerful but waning into the evening hours. It precedes the energy of the powerful New Moon in Aries, that occurs Thursday, Read More