Vision Quest House Concert via Live Stream — and Tribute to Walter Becker of Steely Dan

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In the Shadow of the Moon, the exciting new 2017 Midyear Reading by Eric Francis, is now published. Don’t miss this essential guide to the recent eclipse and well beyond. Order all 12 signs here (recommended), or choose your individual signs.

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Walter Becker and Donald Fagen of Steely Dan.

Dear Friend and Listener:

Before we get into tonight’s program, this evening we have a live event on Planet Waves FM, which will start at 6 pm on our live stream. We’ll start the stream early to test, so you may get to hear setup.

Tonight’s program is a tribute to Walter Becker of Steely Dan, who died at age 67 on Sunday. The show is rich with my personal Steely Dan favorites, and I read his chart as well.

I’m going to keep this letter short. The show is there; tune in to the stream whenever you feel like it (we run nonstop Vision Quest recordings), and at some point the live stream will start.

Planet Waves FM is part of the Pacifica Radio Network, published by nonprofit Chiron Return, Inc.

Thanks for tuning in. See you there and then.

With love,

Noon chart for Walter Becker.


We’ve now published In the Shadow of the Moon, the exciting 2017 Midyear Reading by Eric Francis. The video readings for all 12 signs cover the Great American Eclipse of Aug. 21 and well beyond. We’ll be increasing the price again soon, so don’t hesitate to order your copy here, or choose your individual signs here.

Eclipses are astrology we can’t deny. If there is a conjunction between Saturn and Uranus, it’s invisible, and while many people may experience changes, only astrologers and their merry bands of readers and students know what’s shappening. Yet when the Sun vanishes, you can be sure that normal activity will come to a stop.

Our busy world will pause, and everyone, from herbicide activists nestled in the hills of Oregon to rock stars in Nashville, will stand in the silent shadow of the cosmic order with the astonishment of small children coursing in their hearts.

This doesn’t happen often, and you can imagine the awesome power of so many people embraced in a kind of simultaneous, captive meditation as everything around them momentarily ceases to be normal. Call it a reality lapse, only it’s one into which the real reality can flow very easily.

In terms of their astrological meaning, eclipses of the Sun follow this image of collective awareness and radical break of continuity. Whether you can see the eclipse does not matter; part of the miracle of astrology is it works anyway. As many of us are discovering personally, eclipses are expanded moments of often uncontrollable, unpredictable change. They also bring the civilization and its communities together, usually through important collective events and the media.

Eclipses are evolutionary gateways, which is another way of saying that when they show up, we do a lot of growing in a short time. Delays are compensated. Old accounts can be wiped clean. While each is unique, eclipses often feel like being shot through a funnel of space-time, and we emerge somewhere different than where we entered. The key to making the best use of them is to move with the energy, not cling to anything or anyone too tightly, and to stay open.

Literally, breathe, communicate, feel, love, observe and receive. Remember your intentions. The sense of panic that sometimes accompanies them yields nicely to awareness and revelation, mental conditions that are more natural than we often realize.

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