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The Moon

Samain                                                                             Thanksgiving Moon Reading some astrology material on the luminaries: the Moon and the Sun. Focused on the moon right now. The author, Liz Greene, has poked my own sensibilities, made me feel oh, yeah, this is me. I’m a lunar guy, more than a sun guy. The first clue for me is my focus […]

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Synthesis

Samain                                                                Thanksgiving Moon Wonder what the stars (and the planets) have to say about reading my full chart for the first time today? We could look it up. I’m going to Golden, under Table Mesa, to the Bean Fosters coffee house. Elisa, a petroleum geologist, dean of academics at a consortium of community colleges and […]

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And so…

Fall                                                                               Healing Moon Been pondering success after my Percival/Grail post for the Woolly Mammoth retreat. This paragraph in particular: In terms of publishing my work I’ve failed. Big time. Consistently. A big lump of zero. At first I submitted my work, but I allowed rejections to stoke my fear, rather than my persistence. (which is, […]

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North

Lughnasa                                                                      Waning Summer Moon Reading two books right now, The Stranger in the Woods and Northland. They are oddly complementary. Northland recounts a three-year long journey by the author following the northern border across the U.S. It starts in Maine. This early part of his journey is through land very familiar to friends Paul and […]

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Krishna Janma

Midsommar                                                                   Most Heat Moon Looking for light in prison. An assignment for the kabbalah class tonight. Rabbi Jamie suggested watching a movie […]

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An Endangered Species

Imbolc                                                                               Valentine Moon Let’s call alt-facts what they are: propaganda. Psychological warfare against our own citizens. […]

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The War on Truth

Winter                                                                Cold Moon

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OK, Woollies. I Finally Did My Assignment.

Winter                                                                 Cold Moon “For this meeting, please bring a magazine, journal, newspaper article, book, or something written, that you have read within the last […]

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You are not obligated to complete the work, but neither can you desist from it.

Samain                                                                             Thanksgiving Moon He sits, early in the morning, while it is still dark outside, with his […]

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Indolence in Horse Country

Summer                                                               Park County Fair Moon An indolent day yesterday. Kate, Jon and the grandkids left for Fairplay, about an hour west of here in South […]

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