Category: Astrology

New Year’s Day: Start Celebrating On October 1

ArlenJ.com September 16, 2020 December 31 is traditionally a day of excess indulgence in the Western world. Kids love staying up late, while adults try their best to make it to midnight after long days of drinking. January 1 marks the New Year, the time for renewal, resetting and reflection. The first New Year’s Eve ….  Read More

Mars Retrograde: Sharpening Your Blades vs. Taking Action

ArlenJ.com September 15, 2020 Planetary retrogrades give the physical illusion of a backwards orbit around the sun. It is the opposite of prograde – the normal west-to-east movement of the planets in the night sky. The phenomenon happens because a faster-moving planet catches up to a slower-moving one in a heliocentric (Sun-centered) solar system like ….  Read More

August New Moon in Leo means strategizing, planting new seeds

ArlenJ.com August 18, 2020 Masculine vigor and cerebral potential are the primary themes associated with the energy from the Leo New Moon. The celestial event commences tonight, August 18, around 10:46 p.m. Eastern Time. That’s August 19 at 2:46 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). This lunar phase happens when the Sun, Moon and Earth are ….  Read More

Ophiuchus: NASA did not recently “discover” a 13th constellation

ArlenJ.com July 16, 2020 The headlines from numerous news sources and tabloids have ranged from ridiculous to hilarious. News.com.au, the top news site in Australia, wrote in a subheading below the headline of their July 16 article, “[A]fter NASA found a 13th star sign, the entire zodiac chart was thrown out of whack.” The Daily ….  Read More

Astrology: Important Men Use The Cosmos For Important Decisions

ArlenJ.com July 12, 2020 The turn of the 21st century was a time of astrological awakening for many Americans based on statistics. A 1999 survey by the National Science Foundation found that 12% of Americans read their horoscopes everyday. Another 32% said they read horoscopes occasionally. The American Federation of Astrologers estimated in 2015 that ….  Read More