by Norriss S. Hetherington and W. Patrick McCray
The Greek worldview was the most long-lived in the history of scientific cosmology. Closely tied to the ancient practice of astrology, it continued from ancient Greece through medieval Islamic civilization to seventeenth-century Europe...
by Edmond Wollmann
Every year in the month of October, before the calendar turns over to November, we get on our masks and costumes to encounter the ‘spirits of Halloween’. Why?
Masks cover the hidden and are created to represent and convey the camouflaged concepts behind them...
Scorpio's end game is to know the unknowable, see the unseeable and think the unthinkable. It's not surprising that the year's most haunting holidays, Halloween and it's Latin counterpart Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), both happen while the Sun is in the dark and mysterious sign of Scorpio...
by Andrew Smith
If truth be told, I have a soft spot for Scorpio.
Maybe it is because I am surrounded by them – I was reared by astro twins born on the 28th October; I have an über Scorpionic daughter; I have a late October born brother in law and an early November sister in law; my wife’s best frien and ad good family friend and spiritual teacher are one; so too was my most favourite dog! And that is only those BORN during the time that the Sun was shimmering through the Scorpionic Deep...
by Laura DiLeva
It’s that time of year again when we’re asking our kids who or what they want to be for Halloween. And of course (like everything else in life) this question of “Who will you be?” gets me thinking about astrology.
Sure, astrology can give you some insight into what kind of costume your kid may want to wear. But on a deeper level, it’s the subject of who they want to be that gets me thinking about our astrological mission in life, which is defined by the Sun...
by Ralfee Finn
Doesn’t it seem as if this Mercury Retrograde has a peculiar time signature? On one hand, it’s definitely a retro-mess of communication snafus—a file I was working with disappeared from my screen in the blink of an eye and couldn’t be found anywhere. Yet on the other hand, some aspects of life are moving so swiftly they’ve become a blur—one minute it’s 9 o’clock in the morning and the next, it’s 11:30 AM, and a plan for action was conceived, agreed upon, and enacted before lunch. Old friends, distant for many moons, suddenly appear as if no time has elapsed, and new friends, made in an instant, seem closer than they ought to be—and no drugs were shared...
by Donna Page
As an astrologer I have had the opportunity to hear the life stories of many Libras and have found that when you have your Sun in Libra your identity will be tied up into looking good, being fair, and having the world be fair and peaceful around you. This is not to say that you will have it, just that it will be a theme in your life, you will be wired to notice when circumstances around you are not fair, are not peaceful and you will be prodded, willing or not, to find balance when there is none. The astrology behind the Libra identity reveals so much more...
by Melody Larson, ATH Sacred Living Co-Editor
There’s no other step on the journey that happens as instantaneously as Surrender, but it may take time until we’re ready to do so. When we do, our prior step of Searching usually moves towards its end...
Editor's Note: To first get an overview of what this journey is all about, read Melody’s introductory article, The 12 Steps of the Spiritual Journey.
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