Here is the full exclusive interview with Robert Schmidt of Project Hindsight, discussing his revelation that Eudoxus of Cnidus was the father of Greek (and by extension Western) astrology.
Join Eric’s exciting new class, Karma, Reincarnation and Astrology. Learn how to view the astrology chart as a picture of karma, and how to move forward with what you discover. The class is one of three upcoming sessions between April and June — you can order all three here at half the total price.
Planet Waves is happy to air this broadcast from Pacifica sister station Radio Curious.
Most people are familiar with sex. Some like it. Some like it a lot and seek to engage in sex more than others. Some people are inclined to think that the desire for “too much sex,” however much that may be, is due to a mental disorder.
In this edition of Radio Curious, host Barry Vogel visits with David J. Ley, Ph.D. the author of The Myth of Sex Addiction.
Hey Gemini — the Sun and Vesta are now in your sign, and Jupiter is on its way to your house of fun and creativity. Find out what this will mean for you. Grab hold of your 2016-17 birthday reading at the bargain pre-order price of $19.97.
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Jonathan Cainer’s technical partner and long-term friend Stephen Lord has written this beautiful eulogy to his “wildly generous, crazy, loving, maddening, big-hearted friend.” Indeed.
Jonathan, who left us unexpectedly Monday morning at age 58, was of course a Sagittarius (and Sagg rising, and Saturn). This was an unusually philosophical horoscope even for him, though that was his role: to be a kind of public philosopher and spiritual psychologist. Read Eric’s full treatment of Jonathan’s life and teachings here.
When I was first studying A Course in Miracles in 1986, someone told me about another channeled work called The Starseed Transmissions. That was my friend Ginger, and more than tell me about it, she read it to me on the phone from Buffalo while I was living in Brooklyn.