​December 01: Mercury in Scorpio
December 02: Venus in Scorpio
December 06: Mercury goes Direct
December 07: New Moon in Sagittarius
December 12: Mercury in Sagittarius
December 21: Sun in Capricorn; Winter Solstice
December 31: Mars in Aries
January 5, Solar Eclipse in Capricorn
January 6, Uranus Direct in Aries
January 7, Venus in Sagittarius
January 20, Sin in Aquarius
January 21, Full Moon Eclipse
January 24, Mercury in Aquarius

The latest is that I'm totally redesigning my website though for now all will remain with weekly updates for the column and personal messages. Once this is done I'll be able to add the blog to the sight that will replace the newsletter other than any news that will be sent via email. It's taking longer than anticipated - apologies.

Right now I'm also revising a few aspects relating to personal consultations that'll also be posted soon. If scheduling for private sessions they're easy via phone and the sessions may also be recorded and then sent via email.

Wishing all the best in the intense weather. Seeing so much while here it's sweltering. As always, sending out prayers twice daily for those on the list and in general.

I've decided to use my external (of this site) blog because the website host blog i too simplistic and the newsletter won't accommodate needed space. Just beginning to post currently - 
here's the link:

I posted a review of the movie, The Shape of Water.

The column for March 4-10, 2019 references the movie, Can You Ever Forgive Me that I consider a brilliant portrayal of a woman steeped in problems common to artisans and women literally left out in the cold all too often.


The great musician and composer Rick Wakeman is at it again!

As water travels it picks up and stores information from all of the places that it has traveled through, which can thereby connect people to a lot of different places and sources of information when they drink this water, depending on the journey that it has been on.

This has even been compared to the human body, of which each is incredibly unique and has an individual DNA unlike any other. Whilst the human body is made up of 70% water, conclusions could be drawn from these new discoveries that human tears can hold a unique memory of an individual being, through the body’s store of water hosting a complete store of information that is linked to individual experience.

Suggesting that everyone is globally connected by the water in the human body which travels through ongoing journeys, whereby information along the way is always stored.

Here's a short video about it:



Recently I read a fascinating article and saw a documentary on PBS about the relatively unknown life of trees. They network, send healing substances to fellow ailing trees, and the interconnectedness is phenomenal. From the article, “Wise old mother trees feed their saplings with liquid sugar and warn the neighbors when danger approaches. Reckless youngsters take foolhardy risks with leaf-shedding, light-chasing and excessive drinking.”


THE Solar Minima, or Solar Minimum is when the Earth’s upper atmosphere cools. This is in addition to cooling is when it also shrinks and occurs on the average of every 11 years. This cycle is different – it’s about to set a Space Age record for cold that could happen within a matter of months. Sunspots have been nearly uneventful most of this year and the Sun’s ultraviolet output has considerably dropped. The Earth’s upper atmosphere is responding so it’s worth notice. To research it just key in the words ‘solar minima’.

Research reveals that in addition to inheriting specifics of ancestors in our DNA, we also inherit memories and emotions. That could explain much about individual propensities toward despondency, eagerness, creativity and certain feelings and interests. 
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