Love & War
The Winter 2001 Forecast
by Terry Lamb, Dana Polachowski, and Eve Elly
|Mars squares Neptune||05:21' Scorpio/Aquarius||January 1, 2001|
|Lunar Eclipse/Full Moon||19:39' Cancer||January 9, 2001|
|Mars conjunct Mercury||12:56' Scorpio||January 14, 2001|
|Venus square Pluto||14:18 Pisces/Sagittarius||January 16, 2001|
|Sun moves into Aquarius||00:00' Aquarius||January 19, 2001|
|Mars square Uranus||16:54' Scorpio||January 21, 2001|
|Mercury conjunct Uranus||19:48' Aquarius||January 22, 2001|
|New Moon||04:37 Aquarius||January 24, 2001|
|Saturn goes direct||24:04' Taurus||January 24, 2001|
|Jupiter goes direct||01:12' Gemini||January 25, 2001|
|Mars square Uranus||20:04' Scorpio/Aquarius||January 27, 2001|
|Mars opposite Saturn||24:10' Scorpio/Taurus||February 3, 2001|
|Mercury goes retrograde||29:38 Aquarius||February 3, 2001|
|Full Moon||19:35' Leo||February 7, 2001|
|Sun conjunct Uranus||20:49' Aquarius||February 9, 2001|
|Mars moves into Sagittarius||00:00' Sagittarius||February 14, 2001|
|Sun moves into Pisces||00:00' Pisces||February 18, 2001|
|Sun square Mars||03:57' Pisces/Sagittarius||February 22, 2001|
|New Moon||04:47' Pisces||February 23, 2001|
|Mercury goes direct||15:59' Aquarius||February 25, 2001|
|Sun square Pluto||15:14' Pisces/Sagittarius||March 5, 2001|
|Venus goes retrograde||17:31' Aries||March 8, 2001|
|Full Moon||19:12' Virgo||March 9, 2001|
|Pluto goes retrograde||15:16' Sagittarius||March 17, 2001|
|Mars conjunct Pluto||15:16' Sagittarius||March 18, 2001|
|Vernal Equinox||00:00' Aries||March 20, 2001|
|New Moon||04:28' Aries||March 24, 2001|
All dates are based on Pacific Time.
Since July, we've been in a new energy pattern, one that will be with us for the next 3-4 years. Now we know what the pattern is bringing, at least on the world level: strife in the Middle East, a new regime in Yugoslavia--things are shifting after at least two years of stability and stagnation.
Sometimes we have to endure a long period of no-change in order to really understand what needs to change--or even that something needs to change. This may be the case with the people of Serbia, or perhaps they just needed time and opportunity for their voices to be heard. The time of no-change was a time of relative stability for the Israelis and Palestinians, but now that the energies are more fluid, there is also more upset.
These cases provide examples for our own lives, which may be less easy to understand. Whether we experienced stability, stagnation, or some of each, we got a chance to get our feet under us and see where everything is. The world slowed down. I know it didn't feel that way, but now as we look back, we can see that it did. Perhaps we enjoyed the breather, or perhaps we chafed at the bit, feeling as thought life was passing us by or that what we wanted was never going to happen.
Well, now, the changes are upon us. If we've planned well, we are finding that we've laid a good foundation for the future. We're learning that we really are ready for change, and we're feeling the stirring of change. We're feeling life like a refreshing breeze, bringing relief from the heat and tiredness of treading water in some way for so long. If we are feeling relief now, it is because we have been applying steady, stable pressure to the areas we want to grow in for the past few years. Even when it didn't seem as though it would bring any result or reward, we kept on keeping on, walking our talk, putting our convictions into action. By now, some doors should be cracking open, at least just a little. It's early days yet when we look at the entire time that this pattern will be in effect, but there should be some motion in your life by now. During September, you may have felt the first real movement; then, in October, the second, more palpable hint came along. Now, as we enter the true new millennium, we'll get a chance to see just what we have in store for us.
The first quarter of the year brings this theme out in more overt ways, while at the same time, it presents a planetary diversion in our relationships. The primary sign you may see that something is wrong during this time is a power struggle. This is what started happening in Serbia and Israel. Suddenly, everyone feels their disempowerment, and they just can't let the little things slide. Everything becomes a touchstone of emotional sensitivity, a potential challenge to our rights and privileges. While we are not likely to see so much volatility in the coming months as we saw last fall, issues still buried will want to surface and be cleared, because we all strive to have open, trusting relationships. Power struggles are an obstacle that every relationship must overcome, and ultimately are the source of all relationship break-ups. In the coming three months, we will have the opportunity to uncover and heal our power struggles with others, as well as the fears and distrust that are their source.
The big events occur in February-March, during the time of Pisces. They continue to pick up the thread that we started in the mid-90s (95-96), but dropped when the most recent planetary pressure cooker started to heat up in 1998. This returning theme revolves around the lessons we're learning about the integrating force. This is about how we finish things, how we deal with completions. This can be completions of projects and patterns, but it can also be completions in relationships. Many of our issues with completions have to do with the kinds of messages we got about leave-takings when we were young.
Our first leave-takings may be when we are very young, perhaps being left with a baby-sitter or relative for a day. The second significant leave-taking is when we go to public school. The biggest leave-taking occurs, however, when we leave our parents' home to live on our own. This not only sets a tone for our independent adult life, it carries echoes of the leave-taking pattern already established.
All too often, our leave-takings are messy and incomplete. Our parents may hang onto us, give us messages that leave cords hooked in, making our leave-taking bitter or difficult; or they may cast us off like old shoes, hiding their true feelings. Sometimes the messages we receive leave us feeling guilty or abandoned, our parents themselves feeling guilty or abandoned. The kinds of messages we need to receive are things like: "You can go." "We believe that you will succeed." "We will miss you." "We'll get along without you." All too often, we hear messages like: "You should not go." "We don't believe in you." "You are not valued here." "If you abandon us, we won't survive." These are not given to us in so many words. They are more subtle, sometimes only present in silence. The messages we hear are usually more subtle, but if we have difficulties with leaving a completed situation, allowing it to complete itself, or shy away from commitment, we are showing ourselves that we did not have safe, loving leave-takings during our growing up. If we say to others in some way: "Prove to me that I can leave;" "show me that you'll take me seriously;" "prove to me that I'm valuable;" or "I can't cope with you needing me," it shows that we will confront some of our issues about completions and leave-takings during the coming four years. This winter, and this last fall, have shown us our opportunities for learning.
These issues are likely to focus in our relationships during at least part of this time. Venus-Aphrodite and her mysterious ways will be highlighted once again beginning in March. As she reaches her sunset zenith, shining her brightest, she gains our attention, warns us that she is about to teach us a great lesson about love. Often this lesson involves pain, because we translate love into so many different things: need, attachment, fear of loss or abandonment, power, status. If love remains pure and independent, this time when Venus calls our name more loudly can be blissful, even ecstatic. If it is not, we are being prodded to let go of whatever unloving trappings we have learned to associate with love. Venus's lesson at this time will focus on the dilemma of sacrifice versus selfishness. How do we know when we've given enough? When have we given too much? When does enlightened self-interest turn into selfishness? When does love become loss of self?
This of course can be experienced in ways other than through love relationships--in our relationship with money, for example. No matter where we feel it, we get about six weeks to rethink our relationships and value systems. We get to sign a new 18-month contract with our loved ones about what we will learn together, what we will take on as common goals, what level our commitment(s) will take. Unconscious agreements may come into our focused awareness; any agreements may be negotiated.
Throughout this time, it is important to realize that the issues we face are not confined to the small moments when we realize they exist. We will need time and space to work them out. Don't feel rushed--give yourself time to understand and work things through, or the resolution you come to will not stick.
January: Is this the Deepest We Go?
This month we are dealing with possible sudden mood swings where we just feel down, emotionally uncomfortable, self-doubtful, and confused, and we might not even know where it's coming from; we only know it's from somewhere deep inside us. The issue is about releasing our old anger and insecurity patterns and trying to recognize and dissolve old animosity and judgments. I guess we could also call it ego versus spirit. Are we going to continue coming from a position of anger, resentment, and separation, or can we work on dissolving our differences? Can we find unity and a peaceful, more loving way of responding to situations and people around us? Since the beginning of fall we have entered a period of deep transformational processes. It's also a good time to develop new ideas and ways of thinking and perceiving our world and those around us, especially within our close relationships.
During this month and into the winter, we have a chance to look at our relationships from a higher perspective and to develop greater flexibility and understanding within them. We may feel some hurt and vulnerability in this area, since some deep-seated relationship issues that we may have thought were properly dealt with in December haven't completely gone away. Then again, maybe we just didn't probe deeply enough. It's important that we look at our relationship wounds, talk about them, and express our emotional needs and desires. This may involve being more assertive and vocal about them, especially around mid-month.
Starting on the 1st, some of us may be recovering from an evening of too much indulgence and partying, but the aftereffects are more than just a hangover. There may be deeper issues of disillusionment tying in with experiences and actions taken around March 31st and August 8th of last year. This would not be a good time to get into an argument or jump to conclusions, since confusion and misunderstanding may be the end result. Instead, look at it as a time of recovery from the holiday season and to work on finding the roots of the angst instead of fueling it (we always have a choice). Also, if recovering from a hangover, or if rain, snow, or fog obstruct your view, avoid driving if you can. Physical exertion may help to work it out instead of unleashing your feelings on those closest to you or on the road. The roots of all this may not be known immediately but will become more visible over the next 3 months.
On the 3rd, the focus on our relationships changes and we may feel like being more romantic, nurturing, open, and self-sacrificing. Or, we may simply need some alone time to relax, recover from the Christmas season and the relatives, and just get more tuned in to ourselves. It's a good month to spend quality time with our partner and do more as opposed to doing the group thing. Be more aware of your partner's needs and emotional desires throughout the month. On the 4th, the romantic, sensual sparks should be ignited. Take this time for true intimacy and remember this should be an equal partnership-two souls sharing each other together. On the 5th, watch out for one or both of you trying to outdo the other. Love and belief systems may be at odds today. We don't have to agree with one another or follow the other's belief system, but we do have to listen to them and respect them.
The weekend of the 6th/7th is a good time to put ideas to work and set constructive goals, especially with the lunar eclipse/full moon occurring on the 9th. If we handled our relationship issues pretty well over the past couple of weeks, we should be able to see some of the fruits of our labors. This day will continue to set the tone that began with the solar eclipses/new moon on December 25th, bringing out issue of personal versus public needs over the next 6 months. It is within this area of our lives that we need to look closely at what is not working and what changes we need to make to better balance our own needs with the demands society places on us.
On the 10th, we start to feel our thought patterns lighten and speed up, and our mental focus broadens. New ideas, insights, a different way of looking at things, and the ability to expand upon it become conscious now. In fact, the time from the 10th through the 25th offers this greater awareness. The key will be to put our ideas into action and have a plan--and this is where the real work comes in. It is also a continuation of the mental transformation we experienced in the fall, but with a lighter, broader, and more detached tone, providing us with the possibility of greater objectivity. The energy this month is also more outwardly directed, while the fall season found us more inward-seeking.
Around the 13th, we have the opportunity to see the progress we've made over the past 8 months with some satisfaction. It is also the time to see what else needs to be done over the next 4 months. This ties in with the yearly cycle of responsible action which began last May. Around the 16th, those old relationship issues may come back to haunt us. However, we know that maintaining a quality relationship is work and sometimes involves pain. Still, we will find ourselves rewarded for our efforts to heal ourselves and our love bond. In the process, we also need to be able to forgive ourselves and our partner without compromising our sense of what's fair and right. If our partner has not corrected him-/herself, we cannot give ourselves over to his/her ego-centered ways. A power struggle is probably in progress. This energy will peak on the 16th, but we will still be applying ourselves to the process through the 28th.
After the intensity around the 16th, the 19th and 20th bring in a more detached, mental, and expansive tone, allowing us to see things from a higher and broader perspective. This is also a good day to be more playful and do things that you enjoy. Greater awareness and clarity result when we engage in activities that are spontaneous and make us laugh.
On the 24th, a new moon begins the next lunar cycle. This is a good time to ground those new ideas, write them out on paper, and set some goals that you can complete over the next month. Starting on the 25th, projects that have been in stasis since September move forward once again. These projects are only the beginning stages of efforts initiated last May--efforts that feed the new 20-year success cycle. Other dates that tie into this were May 8th, 10th, and 28th; August 23rd; September 1st-4th, 12th, and 29th; and November 19th and 27th of last year. Two more dates fit into this yearly cycle before it ends in June: February 12th and 20th. You may also see new trends in financial markets and economic indicators on or around these dates. Recall the changes of last year when the markets began to discover that there's no free lunch.
Situations and feelings become volatile as the 27th approaches. This can bring out the worst of our fears and make us feel like we can't take it anymore. We may feel like we have to Do Something. No matter who we are, we'll be feeling this, so we may hear about escalations in war or possible terrorist actions at this time. Events around this date may tie into those near December 14, 1999, and February 19th and August 29th of last year. It's good to allow ourselves to experience our feelings now because they are all part of who we are. However, this is not the best time to make big decisions or take final actions.
February: Storm Warning
After a build-up of energy and a few harbinger events in January, the first two-thirds of February are a matter of hanging on for the ride. In a way, this is kind of a repeat of October 2000, which marked a watershed for events that took place over 1998-1999. In February 2001, we are looking at the same issues, but from the opposite direction. This time it has to do with letting go, especially after having addressed certain issues to the best of our ability over the past autumn. Some things benefited from the attention, but others... well, it may be time to let them fall away. Some of this has to do with the fact that the planets related to spirituality/confusion and freedom/revolt are beginning new cycles this winter. We'll undoubtedly be taking on new challenges related to these issues during the coming year.
Much of the activity this month has to do with the "heat" provided by the motion of the Sun and Moon triggering other long-term planetary patterns concerning freedom versus structure and, separately, intense power struggles. Issues are brought to the fore almost daily during February. As early as the 1st, we may encounter conflicting ideas and pressures concerning freedom versus holding onto what we've built for ourselves. The 2nd, Candlemas, the first day of perceptibly lengthening light, will bring insight into taking action (or not); seeing blocks, fears, and limitations; feeling versus thinking; and contacting faith--in that order. In the greater scheme of things, this is a good time to stand back from the processes and projects you've activated since Yule (December 21st) to see if they will withstand the (growing) light of day. Are they worthy of further effort? Do we need to adjust our approach or sense of purpose? Have we taken on too much? Do we need to weed out some of the weaker seedlings?
The 2nd is sure to be an intense day for other reasons. Venus, the relating principle, also changes sign on the 2nd (it moves from Pisces into Aries); this could mean that we're thinking of ourselves more, which can be used advantageously, of course. It's time to pay attention to Venus now, because she's going to steal our attention away in a few short weeks. She'll be all the more gracious if we give her her due now before neglect makes her petulant. We can honor Venus the most by loving ourselves. If we love ourselves first, and in the right ways, all matters in love and relationship take care of themselves naturally. If we don't, no "fixing" will help. Realistically, we are all "works in progress" on this issue, and Venus asks us--no, requires us--to take this issue on four-square during March and April. Now is the time to listen to our loving hearts because this is how Venus will speak to us. We shouldn't be afraid to be "selfish" by thinking of ourselves; it's only when we ignore and dislike ourselves that we behave in ways that appear selfish to others.
On the 3rd, however, we may see our fine insights and idealism of the past few days meet with colossal resistance, especially if we are in a situation where we need to take a stand for our own power. No one said it would be easy.... Mercury, the planet of communication and flitting around, does a flip this day as well--time to rethink the strategy, as it were. This does not have to be a problem if we are flexible; there's lots to consider now, and we'll be glad we have the time for a mental "breather" over the next few days, up through the full moon on the 7th. On this night the Moon will bat her regal eyelashes at the very compassionate and spiritual pairing of the Sun with Neptune across the table from her, in Aquarius. It's a fine finale to a few days (the 4th to the 7th) of getting in touch with why this is all worth it. Events on these days will have repercussions on April 29th, July 31st, and October 30th.
The 8th looks to be quite tension-filled; it relates to structuring/solidification issues that first flared-up last spring--April/May, to be more exact. Since the Moon is directly involved in the pattern, it's likely to be a highly emotional, crisis-prone day. But just knowing that tempers may flare will be enough for you to keep things from getting out of hand. We've been revisiting this certain issue since early 1998, and through the rest of winter we'll be wrapping things up in that area. The 8th is a "spike" in the process. Major fears and blocks around this issue clear up for good in April.
The planetary patterns from the 9th to the 12th indicate an evolving awareness; the 9th in particular is the first day of the rest of our lives: It's the first day of a new cycle concerning freedom and making changes from "eureka" insights. Other planetary configurations will guard against implementing these changes without thinking them through, from being too impulsive. But great insights are gained here that will be built on over the next 12 months.
In celebrating Valentine's Day, we may wish to do the "Aquarian" thing and celebrate on a different day altogether (editor's choice: the dreamy 7th). It's a tough day for love on the 14th, much like the 8th, because those "structure" issues are at the fore again. Since the Sun is in forward-thinking Aquarius, the overall "tone" will be about fairness and discussion, but there's still tension concerning how to get to the "promised land." Mars's move into Sagittarius on the 14th makes it plenty powerful and strong; your "will to power" builds to immense proportions through the rest of winter. Any other year, Mars in Sag would bring enthusiasm, joviality, and a quest for knowledge behind everything we do, but since it's veering straight into the path of the power planets, this year's Mars has heavier matters on it's mind: no-holds-barred power.
There's an energy shift on the 15th, and most of the action the rest of February concerns that power struggle mentioned above. But because of the sign positions of the planets involved, there's a greater chance that adjustments and "editing" can be done. This is important to keep in mind when you're feeling either self-righteous or downtrodden. The 15th and 16th are especially powerful days since the general tone is one of zeal, optimism, and powerful action.
The 18th brings synergy: The Sun joins the "integrating" energy pattern mentioned above when it moves into Pisces. This shifts our light-bright everyday awareness from detached analysis to compassion and forgiveness. Just in time, no? Piscean energy is more "sensitive"; it's easier now to "see into" other people and to understand them. Because the Sun is now shining a big shimmery light onto that perhaps nasty power issue, it can provide awareness, but it can also inflame the issues. This is in focus over the next few days, until the 22nd, which leads into the new moon on the 23rd. As "seed-planting day," this particular new moon provides the chance to take the high road. After 20-odd days of future-oriented insight and opalescent glimpses of "what could be," we'll be fully equipped.
On the 25th the communication planet, Mercury, goes back to moving forward (get it?) and we'll actually remember where we put the phone. The 26th and 27th are "easy" days; no outrageous power plays or "where do we go from here" issues. The 28th, however, calls for a little more faith. After all, we should congratulate ourselves for a month well done!
March: All Hands on Deck
February, the shortest month, was a bit rocky. And, anyway, it's over now--and we can also close the coffin on the past 2-1/2 years. In March, storms are brewing related to the events, energies, and issues of September 2000. And don't forget that Venus, the planet of love, beauty, and all things chocolate, executes a lovely reverse one-and-a-half-somersault-with-a-twist: well, OK, it merely changes direction. This is perfectly healthy and normal; we just need to know when and where (i.e., in which sign) it occurs so we can wax rhapsodic about what this may mean for us all.
The other big news is that Pluto, the "transformer," also changes direction. This shift lasts from March 17th to August 23rd , and it ties in with events on June 4th, September 4th, and December 6th. The common denominator has to do with integrating the previous months' lessons on power: when/where to use it and for what ends. All the power issues that have been triggered every so often between September 2000 and February 2001 will flare up throughout March. This begins the third part--and peak--of a five-part cycle, where a regrouping takes place in a dramatic way. Because of how the energies are tuned, they "collide" with each other several times during the first two-thirds of the month. In fact, the whole planetary energy pattern of March is similar to that of early winter, when there was quite a build-up (end of January) and then a systematic triggering of crises nearly every day (February). The difference is the nature of the energy, which in March is based on flexibility, not on stubbornly maintaining the status quo. Difficulties now are likely to be due to weakness (e.g., no "backbone") or avoidance and prevarication (e.g., evasion or lying under oath). What's more, this is the shape of things to come. What we see here is what we'll get from now through the greater part of 2004. One big danger this month involves acting out of an unchecked sense of dogmatic power, of acting on festering wounds and old beliefs. This has been evident since September 2000, for example, in the crises in Yugoslavia, Israel, and western Africa.
The beginning of March is deceptively easy; it's a matter of riding out the energy and dealing with more specific and smaller crises, one-by-one. On the 1st, that pesky freedom/structure issue rears its head again and will make two more appearances this month: on the 7th and 28th. Since the Moon is involved at all three occurrences, it's feelings and emotional reactions/responses that need to be worked on within this context. However, now we have the opportunity to make the problems really go away.
We know the other big issue these days involves power. During March, this is triggered nearly every day of the month, although the volume goes up the highest every Thursday and Friday. The energy is slightly less intense after the 19th, a time we'll fully appreciate after we experience the energies of the 14th through the 18th. When the Sun moves into Aries, on the 20th, it takes its lead from Mars. Since both Mars and the Moon join up with that back-flipped Pluto, there's a danger of acting overzealously and with too much fervor and passion. The especially "hot" time for this Mars energy is between March 14th and the 22nd, with the 15th through 18th as potentially very explosive. And since we are on the subject of Mars, the war god, keep in mind that this fiery planet treads over territory from the 16th onward that will directly relate to power issues occurring from May 11th to September 6th, so paying attention now will have its rewards over the summer.
The 3rd, 4th, and 6th are quiet days, but there's action on the 5th, when tender emotions are at odds with active attention-seeking and the urge to "tune out" conflicts and use our power unnecessarily. This is a sign that fear has taken hold of our consciousness. Another build-up occurs on the 7th and continues through the 9th, the day of the full moon. This full moon occurs on the Virgo/Pisces axis, which means there's a danger of feeling that you have so much to do and so little time to do it--high anxiety time. But this phase of the Moon is also associated with awareness, so the restlessness and drive for activity can be tempered with a vision of the larger picture.
Right in the middle of this, Venus turns retrograde in the sign Aries. A Venus retrograde happens every 18 months and lasts for about 6 weeks. During the time Venus is retrograde, there's a reintegration involving all aspects of relationship. From March 8th to April 19th, it's remedial relationship time! Since Venus-in-Aries goes retrograde when the Sun is in Pisces, there's a focus on balancing selfless forgiveness and knowing when to say "I'm number one here!" By the 29th, the lesson is conscious. Problematic methods of relating are given the boot, and we'll make new agreements in our relationships, intimate and otherwise. We may also find ourselves making big purchases we've been putting off, and this is an excellent time to reevaluate financial planning strategies. Another consideration is that the new moon, the time to plant new "seeds" for the next 4 weeks, occurs the on the 24th, so we'll be setting the stage for new ways of ventures whether we want to or not! Other planetary patterns at this time are generally very supportive of our efforts here. In fact, there's a chance we'll meet someone around now to the 28th and that it will feel "fated."
March 10th and 11th are days of unbridled mental energy and sociability--they're positively electric days. However, over the next week, the 12th through the 18th, tension builds, creating conflict and polarity. This reaches a crescendo on the 15th to the 18th, when we may see flare-ups in our lives (as well as in the world's "hot spots") that relate to events of September 2000. On the 20th, the Sun moves into Aries and marks the vernal equinox, which is celebrated by pagans as Eostar. This festival gave many rituals to Christian Easter, from the hunt for eggs to the resurrection of the Sun King. The Sun's shift into Aries brings new energy and awareness. Indeed, it's a new astrological year. Mercury triggers the long-running power issue over the 21st to the 27th. With Merc in boundary-dissolving Pisces, this could be an especially positive and fruitful time of understanding and communication regarding the central problem. It's a make-or-break time: Make a deal based on the enlightenment gained from understanding your "adversary's" perspective or break up the unity of the whole. Sometimes this breaking is necessary for the higher good--we'll have to decide when the time comes. Along with the Sun releasing its grip on that same issue and moving into a more supportive, positive, and goal-oriented sign, the end of March looks to be a very important time for making significant progress on this issue.
March marks the end of a lively and intense winter season and brings the promise of a spring full of new awareness and optimism. Played right, the planets are instruments of change that can open doorways of tremendous growth, come what may. Blessed be!
Terry Lamb is a counselor, writer, and speaker specializing in astrology and subtle-body healing in a psychological/spiritual frame. The mother of two wonderful boys, she has also written Born To Be Together: Love Relationships, Astrology, & the Soul. She is dedicated to supporting others in their growth through a broad range of personal and business services as well as courses and seminars sharing her blend of astrology, psychology, and healing. This column arises out of the convergence of her training in all three fields. She can be reached for bookings and appointments (locally or long-distance) at email@example.com.
Dana Polachowski is an editor and writer specializing in astrology. A member of NCGR, she is also Communications Director of its San Diego Chapter. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eve Elly is a teacher and co-director at a Montessori Elementary School, as well as a consulting spiritual astrologer. She can be reached at EveElly@juno.com.
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