Hello my fellow water babies, we meet again (Cancer moon here) with the details. I'm proud of some of us for walking away from situations that literally were dead weight, or something we kept for the sake of our own comforts. This was a situation we knew would continue to backfire on us in the long run, but because we were so passionate about whatever it was, or so certain of the decision in the beginning, we spent most of August trapped in a lost loop, hoping to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Leo season did help give us that push to make a bold move, and step from behind the dotted line and into the playing field that is the "big bad world." We instantly saw that it wasn't so bad at all to make that move, and actually, that one thing we were afraid to do a few months back, wasn't so scary after all. Go figure.
The Ursa Major constellation is the constellation that includes the Big Dipper. So the next time you see the big dipper, you look for the rest of the constellation, and maybe even see the Big Bear shape. Ursa Major is a well-known constellation in many cultures. It is one of the oldest constellations in the sky, and has been referenced several times through out history, including in the Bible.
Pretty tired? I know exactly why. A lot of you really do live up to that perfectionist mentality and it doesn't even have to manifest through arrogance, no, you see it manifests as you constantly tearing yourself down internally because you know you need to let go of some baggage but then you see someone who reflects these qualities, and like an automatic switch, you start to tear them down and want them to be perfect, but you have come to realize that the worldly definition of "perfection" is not something that is attainable. Good. I know a lot of you had to tidy up things coming into September and out of August, and it may not have been the most fun month for you because you found yourself to be disappointed that things weren't working out in your favor.
The Moon has many stories behind it, as far as human history is documented. These stories are fun and an important part of our history... but what do we believe today about our natural satellite?
While compatibility in astrology is a complex subject with various opinions from astrologers, there are some sun signs that are naturally more suited than others. To get the most accurate measure of compatibility you will need to generate the birth charts from each time of birth and compare the signs in the planets (particularly the Sun, Moon, Venus, Mars and Ascendant), giving you a more complex reading.
We on Earth have just one moon, but some planets have dozens of them. Not to mention others don’t have any. Can you imagine living on a planet with seven moons?
On Friday, August 30th, at 6:37 AM EST we will have a New Moon at 6'46 degrees of Virgo. Here's what to expect.
Virgo season. A time for cleansing—celluarly restructuring, honing in on the body—using it as the instrument it is and taking care of it accordingly. Same goes for the mind.
The next time you look at The Big Dipper, you just might find yourself realizing that you are looking at the same star as your ancestors. What we know as the Big Dipper is just the most vibrant parts of the a well-known constellation named Ursa Major.
When sitting in your backyard and simply looking at the sky, the stars all look roughly the same. However, there is a vast variation amongst them. They have a variety of colours, temperatures, and characteristics that allow them to be identified as unique stars. In this short article, I will briefly go over the characteristics, creation of, and death of stars.