All Hail Northern Solstice!
Here’s your Wednesday edition of Planet Waves FM, presented unceremoniously, and which is standing in for Daily Astrology. I cover the Gemini New Moon — the Moon in the that odd 28+ Gemini (which I covered in the article Here at the Edge of the World).
We then take a song break, diving back to the late 20th century — my guitar teacher, Rusty Boris, made a CD and I play a track called “Thank You.” In the second segment, I talk mainly about Saturn opposite Eris — the seeming dichotomy of independence versus relationship.
We will be back with more Daily Astrology Thursday at 12:01 am EDT.
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Thanks for tuning in.
PS, Note, here is the PDF about Eris that one of or readers mentioned in a comment below. I’ll put it on “free sale” today. I wrote this just about three months after Eris was initially named. Given how swiftly I moved after the naming, I’ve no doubt it’s the first full-strength attempt to delineate Eris, and it may still be. I’m curious to see how it checks out against your experience. If you do a Google search with my name, the word Eris and the word astrology, you will pick up dozens of other references over the years.
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