Star Struck Chronicles

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

2007 Archive (RSS)

  We all will have times in life that are more difficult than others, and so many people who call me are facing difficult questions and choices. More often than not, they are dealing with a Saturn transit. Saturn will affect us all, Read More
Today's New Moon/Solar Eclipse fell at 18 degrees of Virgo At 8:44 AM EST. Virgo is a critical sign that scrutinizes details more than others, and you may find at this time you are paying more attention to detail than at other times.  This is good for Read More
Peaks Aug. 11-12 By Joe Night Sky Columnistposted: 06 August 200407:00 AM ET Every August, when many people are vacationing in the country where skies are dark, the best-known meteor shower makes its appearance. The annual Perseid Read More
  Sunday's New Moon at 19 degree's in Leo marks a 2 week period that will represent personal new beginnings for Leo's or those with a Leo ascendant, as is only fitting for Leo's who have been under the domain of Saturn in their Sun SIgn for the past Read More
The hot days of August have  started out with a bang as Mars, the God of War, collides with Saturn, the disciplinarian, in a square that occurred first on Tuesday, the 31st of July, and again on the 1st of August and today, the 2nd of August. Read More
Jupiter at Dusk, Mars at Dawn The lone bright planet of August evenings shows more in a telescope than all the others combined. By FRED SCHAAF Posted: 2007-08-01 14:38:58 Planet-watchers in August have one bright planet beckoning in Read More
  Are you getting enough from your love life? Venus went retrograde Friday, July 27, at 2 degrees in Virgo.  It will remain retrograde in Virgo until it backs into Leo again on August 9, where it will remain until it goes direct on September 8th.  Venus Read More
Mercury is retrograde Friday, June 15, at 11 degrees in Cancer. It goes direct on July 10.  How will this effect you?   "Astrologers know that three or four times a year, for a period of twenty-one days, there is a greater likelyhood that Read More