Special Focus: The Astrology of 2017

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Eric has begun writing the 2017 Planet Waves annual edition, The Book of Your Life. This 12-sign reading will be a thorough and useful guide, steering you through 2017 and beyond. You may now choose your individual signs here.

If you’re a Capricorn, your 2017 Birthday Reading is also available for pre-order. Unlock the potential your year ahead has in store with Eric’s guidance.

Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry of Dead Can Dance.

Dear Friend and Listener:

In tonight’s edition, I look first at the Capricorn New Moon (which happens Thursday). This takes place conjunct Mercury, which is about halfway through its retrograde, and sextile Mars. Mars is applying to a conjunction with Neptune on New Year’s Eve. Be the designated driver!

I then give you a preview of the astrology of 2017, looking out as far as 2020. This includes the continuation of the Uranus-Eris conjunction, plus Venus retrograde in Aries and Pisces in the spring. There are also several events taking place in the late degrees of Sagittarius and Pisces, the major one being Chiron square Pholus.

I extend the reading out to the concentration coming in Capricorn from 2018 through 2020, for which we are now all in a phase of preparation.

My musical guest is Dead Can Dance, a versatile and talented band I’ve been looking forward to featuring. I select tracks from their 1987 album Within the Realm of a Dying Sun [Amazon | iTunes].

Planet Waves FM is part of the Pacifica Radio Network and produced by our nonprofit cousin, Chiron Return, Inc. We are sponsored by your memberships and reading purchases. If you’re not already a member, or if your membership has lapsed, please do sign on up.

Thank you for tuning in, and I’ll see you Saturday night (see below).

With love,

Programming Notes — On New Year’s Eve (this coming Saturday evening), please tune in for Eric’s year-end Planet Waves FM. And one week from today, he will have his long-awaited special on J.R.R. Tolkien, featuring Eric’s interpretation of the author’s chart and readings of his work by the British master of the stage, Martin Shaw.

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