Author: Curtis Burns

Sept 2017: the Stars Attuned to Your Destiny

The Autumnal Equinox of exactly equal night and day signals the turning of the seasons. This means darker and colder up here in the Northern Hemisphere, while it starts to get lighter and warmer for the Southern Hemisphere. As the Sun moves into tropical Libra (as it always does on the Autumnal Equinox), we get a sort of equilibrium: not too warm and not too cold, rather nice.

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July 2017: Wavelengths of Solar Energy

You can think of a full moon as a giant reflector of solar energy in the sky, enhancing the already present solar rays, which actually energize every other planet in the solar system. The other planets reflecting back different wavelengths of the solar energy.

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June 2017: The Perfection of Imperfection

Looking at the teaming oceans, the unnumbered blades of grass in the fields, the myriad stars in the night skies, the universe is abundant beyond measure, it doesn’t jealously count each blessing it dispenses. But abundance without purpose or a plan, becomes profligate, reckless and ineffective. So there is a governing factor that comes into play: karma, curbing excess, judiciously regulating the system, and insuring overall integrity to it.

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