Monthly Lunar Planner Archive 2014

Sidereal Astrology, Synodic Astrology & Galactic Star Lore articulate each Lunar Month's Theme. Each Lunar Theme weaves a continuing story line about the spiritual growth and unfoldment occurring in our lives. Each Lunar Month's Theme is posted just before each New Moon.


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June 27, 2014 New Moon Theme
Show Up, Pay Attention & Participate

The Foot of Castor supernova remnant

The Foot of Castor: IC433 is a supernova remnant of a star that exploded about 35000 years ago. It is located approx. 5000 light years away. To the left is IC444, a large emission nebula, which also contains a small reflection nebula (the small bluish patch in the upper middle). The two bright stars are Eta (Tejat) and Mu (Dirah) of Gemini." Eta and Mu are less than 2° apart. Image Credit: NASA Hubble Space Telescope

This New Moon occurs in the Gemini Twins, Castor and Pollux. The Twins are of high intensity intellectual communication, information, commerce, goods and services and of their exchange. The Twins are of partnerships in mutual cooperation, linking and uniting efforts through their daily affairs in the world. The Twins work hand-in-hand for the betterment and evolutionary fulfillment of humankind.

The New Moon conjoins the stars that form the foot of Castor, Tejat and Dirah of Gemini. These stars tend to make visible that which has been suppressed, oppressed, hidden in the closet, but what is destined to be seen. It marks the time to come out of hiding, to stand forth in the limelight, and to become available and approachable. It can also impel us to emerge from our own mental obscurations or illusions. This lunar cycle impels us to claim our roles in the physical world, to show up, pay attention and participate, and to take the steps that are required to manifest what we truly want in our lives.

Jupiter conjoins the recently discovered minor planet Varuna on the New Moon as well, creating a T-square to the Lunar Nodes with the South Lunar Node conjoining Eris. This is a potent planetary configuration that extends for several days surrounding the New Moon that can catalyze strong biological and geological resonances. Varuna has a significant message for humanity, now backed by Jupiter's expansive force.

Venus and Juno conjoin in this lunar cycle at the same location as our previous New Moon, in the Hyades. Venus and Eris also begin their more frequent 224-day synodic cycle at the same time, a synthesis that helps bring to surface any discordant undermining behavioral patterns or antiquated belief structures that impede greater inner harmony and abundance in our lives. This is our capacity to radiate a clearer heart resonance, which is our force of attraction defining the nature of what we allow into our lives, our resistance/allowance to life. Juno and distant Sedna also begin a new ~4.4-year synodic cycle, a rare occurrence at the Juno-Sedna orbital plane crossing. This cycle, as well as the next (2018), is quite significant for relationships and partnerships of all types, as well as for the re-emergence of the feminine principle in our world and establishing a matriarchal-patriarchal balance, which is essential as we journey into the future.

Our Last Quarter Moon creates another potent T-square as the Sun conjoins Varuna, again square the Lunar Nodes, but now with Mars, Ceres and Vesta making their final conjunction on the North Lunar Node directly opposite Eris and the Moon on the South Lunar Node. This can stimulate an inner need to make dramatic changes in our lives based upon any inner changes and realizations we may have integrated over the last several months, or catalyzed by events occurring in this lunar cycle. The Mars-Ceres-Vesta conjunction marks the finale of their synchronous retrogrades, which began in early 2014, a finale which now mobilizes this entire energetic and any inner shifts in awareness that may have been brewing for some time, now into an externalized expression.

Mercury and Saturn both complete their retrogrades in this lunar month, Mercury on July 1, just after the Crescent Moon, and Saturn later in the lunar cycle, while Vesta and Saturn also begin a new 4-year synodic cycle in sidereal Libra.

These are but a few of many events occurring in this lunar cycle. The Monthly Lunar Planner explores the details of these events, their meaning and more—the underlying cosmic currents upon which we evolve and which guide our daily lives—based in star-level astronomical astrology and synodic astrology.

May 28, 2014 New Moon Theme
Pioneering Action: Ensuring a Nurturing & Sustainable Infrastructure

The Hyades New Moon Star Chart

This New Moon occurs amongst the stars of the Hyades in Taurus, also conjoining Ain of the Hyades and Aldebaran, the eyes of the Bull. The Hyades produce somewhat of a tempestuous nature, which can manifest as distracting commotion or disrupting events, but which impels pioneering and constructive action to create solution for our physical wellbeing due to Aldebaran's strong eminence. The stars of Taurus are of earthy and material matters: of building, business, construction, property, and establishing stability and balance for home and family, Taurus is industrious, persistent, determined and enterprising.

This is the first lunar cycle after the completion of the Mars retrograde, which had produced a few month period of reassessing how we were using our creative energy. Ceres and Vesta, which were in a synchronous retrograde with Mars, now complete their retrogrades (Vesta just before the New Moon and Ceres on the Crescent Moon). This lunar cycle engages a succinctly different energetic compared to the several last cycles, which impelled more of an inward focus of reassessment in many areas of our lives. This cycle impels outward creative movement, participation and action, with a new focus of commitment, or dedicated purpose toward that which is physically nourishing in our lives. It impels grounded action to establish a new or more wholesome infrastructure in our lives. Mars will also make its final square to Pluto and opposition to Uranus later in the lunar cycle, impelling radical action to break from the conformity of the past. This is the stimulus for outward action upon the energetics set in motion by the Mars-Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto Grand Square occurring in April 2014. Mars and Saturn also begin a new 2-year cycle in this lunar month.

As Venus begins new synodic cycles with Neptune and Chrion after First Quarter Moon, Mercury begins it retrograde around the Gate of Man at the Foot of the Gemini Twins, also conjoining the Sword of Orion and Mekalinan of the Charioteer. Mercury's retrograde completes early on in the following lunar cycle. This period brings opportunity to establish new or redefine existing alliances in our lives and in ways that support the mutual wellbeing of all parties. It also brings impetus to clarify how we communicate and interact on a daily basis. It can also stimulate changes or renegotiations in allegiances between countries or organizations in business and commerce.

The solstice occurs on June 21, 2014 just after retrograde Mercury conjoins the Sun and with the Moon conjoining Uranus and Eris, which lie opposite to Mars, Vesta Ceres and Haumea—a dynamic and stimulating energetic impelling progressive change to create a new birth forward in our personal lives and in the world.

These are but a few of many events occurring in this lunar cycle. The Monthly Lunar Planner explores the details of these events, their meaning and more—the underlying cosmic currents upon which we evolve and which guide our daily lives—based in star-level astronomical astrology and synodic astrology.


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April 29, 2014 New Moon Theme
Metamorphosis & Engagement

April 29, 2014 Annular Solar Eclipse Map

This New Moon produces an Annular Solar Eclipse amongst the stars of the Ram. The eclipse is not visible in most of the world, except in Antarctica. A partial eclipse can be seen in the southern Indian Ocean, the southern edge of Indonesia and all of Australia. The eclipse nests between Juno (asteroid of relationships and ways of interrelating) and Mercury (of personal communication and daily logistics), in near proximity to the Lunar South Node. This eclipse belongs to Saros Series 148, which began in the southern hemisphere in September of 1653, hence a south node eclipse. It then conjoined Juno and the stars Zaniah of Virgo and Turais of Argo Navis, and was also square to Uranus and Mars amongst the stars of the Zen Archer. The energetic of the 1653 eclipse is fundamental to and expresses through all eclipses in this Saros Series.

This eclipse period, the following six months, is especially influential in relationships, both of a personal nature and those of an international nature, in business and politics. This eclipse impels a fresh start in the outward expressions of our lives and roles in the world. It motivates us to redefine existing qualities and talents and to express them in new ways. It is especially favorable for self initiated action in relationships and communication, but may also contribute to social unrest in world relations, impelling right action to create radical change to break away from the conformity of the past in our relations and in how we interrelate, with concern for the long-term ramifications regarding how we use our personal power in the world.

Generally, eclipse lunar cycles mark a time of shifting into a new octave of experience. They offer a time to resynchronize our selves with the ever-changing cosmic currents supporting our evolutionary progression in consciousness. Eclipses tend to bring about endings and new beginnings. How dramatic these changes can be and in what areas of our lives is a function of star alignments and other aspecting planets occurring at the time of the eclipse, and where they occur in our natal (and especially a relocated) chart. They can have a far greater effect in our lives when they conjoin other natal planets and personal points by ±5°. Eclipses bring emphasis to issues related to the chart area and planets involved. Eclipse influences generally last about six months, until the next eclipse occurs. Eclipse lunar cycles are ideal times to set new six-month goals to create personal change in our lives, not necessarily on the solar or lunar eclipse, but based upon the realizations we have throughout the eclipse lunar cycles.

Solar eclipses offer opportunity to redefine concepts of self and the roles we play in the world, or how we articulate ourselves in life. They are about shifting octaves in the nature of our self-perception and self-expression, and addressing issues that keep us from doing so. They can invite a new beginning, way of life, or new way of participating in life.

This New Moon Eclipse conjoins Hamal of Aries; Schedar and Achird of Cassiopeia; Adhil of Andromeda; and Kaffaljidhma of Cetus, the brain of the fear-instilling techno-bureaucratic monster of collective human consciousness. These stars produce an intense energetic expressing through our New Moon and throughout this lunar month. They often motivate headstrong self-initiated action for attainment, sometimes of a righteous forceful nature, but also inviting us to recognize each of us are responsible for the collective consciousness we find ourselves in—the reality of our personal lives and that of our world we uphold by consensus. Some people will continue to blame our techno-bureaucratic monster on every thing and every one outside of self, a victim mentality perpetuating our human condition and the entrapments we find ourselves in, while others will use this opportunity to responsibly create a new world paradigm.

Also occurring on the New Moon is the start of a very rare event, the compounded Mars, Ceres and Vesta synodic cycles, which will express over many years to follow. Earth and Saturn also begin a new 378-day synodic cycle in a very principle area of the heavens, producing an extra-significant Saturn cycle. This also occurs as the Sun aligns with the recently discovered minor planet, 2012 VP113, temporarily named Biden by astronomers due to its VP designation, or sometimes just referred to as VP. Like Sedna, 2012 VP113 lies in the far depths of our solar system, in the inner Oort Cloud. The overall alignment is 2012 VP113 – Sun – Earth – Saturn.

The key event occurring in this lunar cycle is the completion of the Mars retrograde, which occurs later in the lunar cycle (May 19-20), followed by Vesta and Ceres around the next New Moon. The three had been in a synchronous retrograde over the last couple of months, with Mars creating the Grand Square with Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto in the previous lunar cycle. Now, as Mars returns direct, we are impelled to engage in demonstrable action based upon the inner changes made throughout the past many-month period of reassessment occurring in many areas of our lives, mostly about getting clear and focused on how we are using our creative motive for what is truly nourishing and of importance in our lives and in our world. This motivation to action emerges from what was a building restrictive tension during the Mars retrograde and the potent Grand Square. Because of this, we may start to see wide-sweeping assertive action and mass movements to create inovative and revolutionary change in our world, and we are impelled to do the same in our individual lives. We can think of this energetic to be like a starship that had been in repairs and upgrades, now ready to engage at warp-speed.

These are but a few of many events occurring in this lunar cycle. The Monthly Lunar Planner explores the details of these events, their meaning and more—the underlying cosmic currents upon which we evolve and which guide our daily lives—based in star-level astronomical astrology and synodic astrology.

March 30, 2014 New Moon Theme
Actualizing Revolutionary Change
The Mars-Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto Grand Square

The April 2014 Grand Square

This New Moon catalyzes an unprecedented lunar cycle providing opportunity for revolutionary change in many facets of our personal lives and in the world. The main event occurring in this lunar month is the Mars-Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto Grand Square. This Grand Square gateway is intense, challenging and deeply cathartic. It is a doorway that requires a decisive choice to leave one way of being, to live the wisdom gained from the past, and to morph into a new way of being and into a new world paradigm yet to unfold throughout the remainder of the 2010s. This lunar cycle is also highly inspirational to mobilize and emerge into new vistas of creative participation.

The Lunar Month starts with the Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto T-Square already active. The New Moon occurs in mid-sidereal Pisces, conjoining Uranus within 2.5°, with the Sun and Moon activating the catalytic T-Square, specifically Uranus, impelling spontaneous, electrical, and radical innovative solutions to break free from the conforming bounds of the past, a theme continuing throughout this lunar cycle. The New-Moon conjoins Algenib of the Great Square of Pegasus, the wing tip of Pegasus, bringing inspiration to take decisive action to lift ourselves to greater heights, above the trashing waters of psychic-emotional turmoil and binding limitations of an antiquated paradigm, both our personal paradigms and our global paradigm. Also conjoining are Alpha and Beta of Lacerta the Lizard, our primordial gatekeeper of evolutionary affairs. In the far northern heavens is the Supergiant Garnet Star, Erakis of King Cepheus. Erakis inspires us to see opportunity for attainment beyond the obvious limitations and entrapments we may face. Erakis also brings emphasis to the administration of financial matters, and to the control and dispensation of wealth and resources in the world.

This lunar cycle stimulates a radical change in authoritarian control of resources, especially of those trying to control, dominate or suppress others. It invites us to make radical changes in our personal lives that lift us out of our own entrapments. It invites us to make the choice to live that which we know is true for ourselves, rather than to merely think about it or to avoid it by perpetuating an endless search thinking we need to learn more or have more before we demonstrably live that truth.

This T-Square is active the entire month, with retrograde Mars moving into position to oppose Uranus forming the Grand Square starting on the Total Lunar Eclipse of April 15. The Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto T-square peaks on April 20 through April 21, just before Last Quarter Moon. The Grand Square peaks on April 22 through April 23, with the Moon conjoining Pluto and triggering the entire event on April 20. This all leads into the New Moon of April 29, an Annular Solar Eclipse lunar cycle, when we begin a fresh start after this catalytic lunar month.

This Grand Square creates a primary catalytic turning in and engagement of the 2012-2015 Uranus-Pluto Square and its theme, Revolution and Revelation, which is the first quarter point of stimulus to action in the 138-year Uranus-Pluto cycle that began in 1966. It triggers the outward actualization of the Uranus-Pluto Square, the Jupiter-Uranus Square and the Jupiter Pluto Opposition, a turning that will ensue over many years to come. This T-Square (culminating into the Grand square by Retrograde Mars, triggered by Mercury conjoining Uranus and accentuated by Pluto's retrograde station) is the first geocentric set of aspects occurring after the actual heliocentric (synodic) aspects that occurred in November of 2013, thus now actualizing this transition occurring in the underlying evolutionary currents into our outer experiential world.

Mars, Vesta, Ceres and the Dwarf Planet Haumea continue their synchronous retrogrades throughout the lunar cycle, which continues a reassessment and redefining period in many areas of our lives, presented in the previous March 1, 2014 Lunar Planner. They all start new synodic cycles with Earth in this lunar cycle, as well as with each other. These new cycles create new energetic themes that will fully engage as these planets complete their retrogrades in May 2014. These cycles all amalgamate and are extremely significant. They play a key part in understanding how to navigate through this catalytic Grand Square and to understand what this Grand Square is asking of us all, personally and globally.

Although the Grand Square creates a potent gateway requiring a decisive choice in how we proceed, there can be a sense of restrictive tension to engage in demonstrable action until after Mars completes its retrograde in the following Solar Eclipse lunar cycle. The gateway, however, presents itself now. This Grand Square may or may not incite specific global events, although we may see tension continuing to rise between the United States and Russia, as well as in the global economy. Either way, it engages a primary turning in our evolutionary currents that will continue to precipitate its effects into our existing world paradigm over many years to follow.

These are but a few of many events occurring in this lunar cycle. The Monthly Lunar Planner explores the details of these events, their meaning and more—the underlying cosmic currents upon which we evolve and which guide our daily lives—based in star-level astronomical astrology and synodic astrology.

March 1, 2014 New Moon Theme
Relevancy

This New Moon lies in mid-sidereal Aquarius, nesting between Neptune and Chiron. Conjoining stars include Skat, Hydor, Zeta and Eta of the Waterbearer; and the V407 Nova in Cygnus. Aquarius is of vision and creativity, revolutionary and unpredictable, original and innovative. Aquarians support the future well being of humanity. They are visionaries seeking to support humanitarian pursuits, especially in the arts and sciences, and an evolved societal structure, that which the nourishing flowing waters of the Waterbearer are intended.

A plethora of events occur in the first few days of this lunar cycle, initiating a cathartic inner process. Mars, Vesta, Ceres and the Dwarf Planet Haumea begin their synchronous retrogrades surrounding the New Moon in late sidereal Virgo and early Libra. These occur just after the recent Venus retrograde and along with the current Jupiter and Pallas retrograde cycles. Saturn also begins its retrograde a few days later. This current set of retrogrades continues a reassessment and redefining period in many areas of our lives, which is the hallmark of the last few months of 2013 and first few months of 2014. The Mars, Vesta, and Ceres synchronous retrogrades also initiate new synodic cycles with each other and with Earth in the midst of their retrogrades, coming in late April, creating new energetic themes unfolding over the many months ahead. The Ceres and Vesta and Haumea retrogrades and their new cycles involve the stellar qualities of Spica of Virgo, Archturus and Muhrid of Boötes , and massive Eta Carinae of Argo Navis, foreteller of impending evolutionary change. The Mars retrograde, continuing into May 2014, accentuates these stars along with those of Corvus, the Raven Messenger Bird. Earth, Mars and Haumea also begin a new compounded synodic cycle in early April. These stellar themes reveal the details of the nature of these retrogrades and their new cycles, which will continue to express in our lives throughout the year ahead, the details of which are explored in this Lunar Planner.

Retrogrades Timeline


In general, we now enter a few month period of redefining how we use our creative power in our lives and in leadership in the world, with attention to environmental conditions, mutual support, and to that which provides our fundamental sustenance. This period of time impels us to get clear upon that which is truly nourishing in our lives, to become clear upon that which is relevant in our rapidly changing reality, and to recommit with dedicated focus to our new found clarity of purpose. This process requires astute attentiveness to messages conveyed by the world around us, along with precognitive perception into the potentialities of greater evolutionary changes to come, in order for a new birth to occur in our lives and in our world. The inner awareness cultivated now, during these retrogrades, is key to how we move forward in April, as a catalytic stimulus toward wide sweeping revolutionary action to change ensues due to the upcoming Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto-retrograde Mars Grand Square occurring in late April 2014.

Also occurring at the start of this lunar cycle are the new Venus-Vesta, Venus-Ceres and Venus-Haumea synodic cycles under the auspices of the stellar qualities of Virgo, Boötes and Corvus—all bringing a new focus toward our values and our capacity to be receptive, and again, impelling the need to become attuned and attentive to the natural world and its messages, with foresight to heed our premonitory perceptions.

Jupiter completes its retrograde soon after the Crescent Moon in the midst of the Gemini Twins, instilling a sense of movement and expansion, and fully engaging the new 400-day Sirius-Canopus Earth-Jupiter synodic cycle, that began in early January, presented in the January 1, Lunar Planner.

Juno, asteroid of covenant relations and partnerships of all types, begins a new 4.5-year synodic cycle with Uranus. This synod conjoins Alpheratz, head of the Princess Andromeda and Alderamin of King Cepheus, engaging radical change in partnerships to break away from the conformity of a limiting past as well as to engage in new revolutionary pursuits. Juno then conjoins Uranus in the Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto T-square, a dynamic event impelling a radical change of expression in partnerships of all types.

Earth and the Dwarf Planet Makemake begin a new annual synodic cycle on the March 20 Equinox, also in Virgo, conjoining the North Galactic Pole and Earth's Prcessional Cross.

These are but a few of many events occurring in this lunar cycle. The Monthly Lunar Planner explores the details of these events, their meaning and more—the underlying cosmic currents upon which we evolve and which guide our daily lives—based in star-level astronomical astrology and synodic astrology.

January 30, 2014 New Moon Theme
Trust

This New Moon lies in mid-sidereal Capricorn. Conjoining stars include Albali of Aquarius; Armus of Capricorn; Alpha Tucana and those of Indus and Microscopium. Also conjoining are two pulsars, one in Capricorn and one in northern Vulpecula, and a Double Quasar in Delphinus the Dolphin Star System.

This area of sidereal Capricorn can incite a loquacious expression, but one about apprehending the essence and order behind the histrionics of words and the details found through astute examination, a process much like walking a labyrinth. It is of higher mind, intellectual prowess, mysticism, occultism, theosophy and transcendence. It is of academics and publishing, particularly in areas of law, history, sacred or cultural texts, and philosophy. It is also about strategic locations and sacred or secret places. This specific few degree area of Capricorn is specifically about having Trust in the unseen, in that which lies behind the superficial, and with that trust, establishing an inner balance while applying our assets and strategies in life.

Venus and Pallas begin a new 265-day synodic cycle under the mane of the Lion, also conjoining Suhail Al Mulif of Argo Navis (of soul oaths), inspiring new values and a passion to break trail into new areas of involvement, both individually and for relationships, and especially those agreed upon at a soul level and that serve a greater social justice. Venus completes its retrograde conjoining Pluto just after the New Moon, initiating a new expression of heart and our values.

Jupiter continues its retrograde throughout this lunar cycle in mid-sidereal Gemini opposite Venus and Pluto in mid-sidereal Sagittarius. Retrograde Jupiter makes its square to Uranus later in the lunar cycle, which begins the formation of the upcoming Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto T-square, which in turn culminates into the April Mars-Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto Grand Square, all propelling us into a renaissance in consciousness.

Mercury begins its retrograde on the First Quarter Moon conjoining Neptune in early sidereal Aquarius. Mercury will complete its retrograde in this lunar cycle as well, impelling a redefining process of the logistical aspects of our lives throughout this lunar cycle, during which, at the time of the Full Moon, a new 116-day Mercurial synodic cycle will in ensue. Similar to the Venus-Pallas cycle's theme, the Full Moon and the new Mercury cycle both impel us to become trailblazers to explore new territory and to envision new horizons, to discover new possibilities and to seek better ways to live. Mercury's retrograde leads into the start of the Mars, Ceres and Vesta synchronous retrogrades on the North Lunar Node, which commence around the following New Moon of March 1.

A unique hourglass geometric configuration occurs involving the Mars-Ceres-Vesta-Lunar nodes conjunction and the Jupiter-Pluto opposition. Based in the harmonics of the Quintile, this indicates an introspective process unfolding in time that leads into a new quintessential expression of our uniqueness.

These are but a few of many events occurring in this lunar cycle. The Monthly Lunar Planner explores the details of these events, their meaning and more—the underlying cosmic currents upon which we evolve and which guide our daily lives—based in star-level astronomical astrology and synodic astrology.

January 1, 2014 New Moon Theme
The Naked Truth

This New Moon conjoins Pluto in the midst of the Sagittarian Zen Archer. Conjoining stars include Nunki of Sagittarius, the fletching of his arrow, and those forming the hand of the archer. This is the Zen Archer's energy drawn and ready to release in its full potential, provoking action to pierce our false beliefs and veils of illusion to hit the target of our highest ideals and to live for a greater truth. They inspire a Zen stance based from our inner core resonance, undaunted by the turmoil of a crumbling old paradigm. Pluto in Sagittarius becomes the revealer of a greater truth. Pluto works by exposing and deconstructing all that is lesser than the higher ideals the Zen Archer is willing to live and die for. Facing the naked truth is the hallmark of this lunar cycle.

Jupiter and Venus, both in the midst of their retrogrades begin new synodic cycles with Earth. The Jupiter cycle is 399 days. This synod occurs in the midst of the Gemini twins and conjoins Sirius and Canopus, two extremely significant stars. The Venus cycle is 584 days. This is the first new Venus-Earth cycle after the Venus Transit occurring in June of 2012. These two retrogrades and new cycles are two of several occurring over the immediate months ahead, providing a redefining period in several facets of our lives, all of which will inspire a new octave of creative expression in April of 2014. Venus will complete its retrograde on the following New Moon, engaging a new expression of our values and heart based upon the inner passage occurring now.

Juno, asteroid of covenant relations and partnerships of all types, conjoin Neptune and Chiron in this lunar cycle, precipitating the expression of a new ideological model about what constitutes relationships and how we interrelate. The dissolution of previous relationships or ideologies about relationships, along with the formation of a new ideological model began in November of 2013. That which engages now inspires us to heal relationship issues of the past and to cross a bridge into a more wholesome societal modality in our interpersonal relations.

These are but a few of many events occurring in this lunar cycle. The Monthly Lunar Planner explores the details of these events, their meaning and more—the underlying cosmic currents upon which we evolve and which guide our daily lives—based in star-level astronomical astrology and synodic astrology.


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