Astrology

The Wizard of OX

Thomas Canfield      For those who are looking forward to the ending of 2020, the arrival of New Year’s Day may not see an ending to the problems of the terrible year.  Some may be looking forward to Inauguration Day as a time of major change.  However, the time that may see the biggest changes taking place could …

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From Deplorable to Adorable

Thomas Canfield      It is rare to see two major astrological events on the same day, but it will be happening on Dec. 21 when the Winter Solstice will be followed by the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction.  What is fascinating about these charts is the night-and-day transformation of the houses. The aspects remain the same through the day, but …

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Auntie Kam

Thomas Canfield Forget Uncle Sam! After this year, the symbol for America may be Auntie Kam (pronounced “calm”), namely Kamala Harris. While people are looking at the Election and Inauguration charts, one chart to consider is the Lunar Eclipse at the end of November. This eclipse makes interesting connections with the natal chart of Kamala …

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THE COSMIC DETECTIVE

ACS is pleased to offer a new report to our product line. “The Cosmic Detective” was designed by the late Debbi Kempton-Smith, and programmed by Rique Pottenger, who has programmed our other reports. When Debbi passed away in 2018, she left instructions for the report software to be given to ACS as her legacy. For …

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LOVERLY

By Thomas Canfield  Perhaps one of the most uplifting of Broadway musicals is the classic “My Fair Lady”, which was based on the social satire “Pygmalion” by George Bernard Shaw. In a strange twisting of the “Cinderella” saga, a poor cockney flower girl is recruited by a language scholar to undergo training to refine her …

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The Optimist’s Guide to Surviving Plague, Pestilence, and Mass Death

by Thomas Canfield The Equinox chart looked so good that I was willing to compare it to the exuberance of “My Fair Lady.” This optimistic forecast may be good for the whole Spring, because when the Corona Virus crisis clears up there will be people dancing in the streets (though maybe not with each other …

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