• The Tribal and Pagan Side of Barcelona

     

     

     

    Barcelona is an ancient city and still observes many of the traditions from long ago. The city can be dated back to the Neolithic times and was founded by the Romans in the 1st century BC. The colony only had about 1,ooo citizens and was defended by a wall, which there are remnants that can still be seen in the oldest Barrios. Barcelona was a major port for the Mediterranean and still is. It was under Muslim rule for hundreds of years and then was followed by the Christians being in control. Interestingly enough, the medieval times brought success to Barcelona when it became the economic and political center of the Western Mediterranean. The Gothic Quarter, which is where I’m staying, still has many sites dating back to the 13th century. Then the 15th to the 18th centuries brought a time of decline and ended when the city was taken by the Bourbon troops, who suppressed the rights of Catalonia. The mid-19th century brought a revival to this ancient city through the success of its textile industry.

    Looking at the political unrest that is happening today, many could say that proud and outspoken Catalonia is still fighting for its independence. As an example of the Catalan spirit, ALL of the public signs are in the Catalan language and not in Spanish. Since Catalonia is partly in Spain and the rest is in France, the Catalan language is a sweet combination of Spanish and French. Hey, now that I’m getting my Spanish down, I realize now how important learning at least the basics of that language, could have really helped me. Even the sign outside of Starbucks is in Catalan.

    There are demonstrations happening here all the time. There seem to be two types: one for Catalan to leave Spain and the other to free the political prisoners who have recently been arrested. The police are politely standing by in case there is any problem. But they all seem to be demonstrating in a civil type of a style. Here is a picture of one right down the street from me.

    The Tribal Side

    Living here for 2 months has made me realize how important community or maintaining the tribe is here in Barcelona. The Barrios, or neighborhoods, were originally little villages that eventually grew together. Even though they are all now part of the metropolis of Barcelona, they absolutely maintain the identity of their barrio. Neighborhood fiestas are the way that people get together and they do it on a very regular basis. There seems to be a fiesta every week and sometimes several in a week, especially during the summer. 

    So, what actually is a fiesta? For an example, the family I’m staying with in my Airbnb has a 10-year old daughter whose class just graduated from a school year. The parents and children got together at noon on a Sunday next to the famous Santa Caterina Mercado. They set up many tables, brought food to share, cervezas were flowing plentifully and of course, the music. There is always a band with people dancing in the streets. Always. I stayed for a couple of hours, but they didn’t return from that fiesta until 11 at night. Their fiestas always seem to last almost 12 hours and I’m sure some last for days. What are the fiestas for? The reason for fiestas is so the neighbors can get to know each other as well as the kids, with everyone playing and dancing in the streets. They are very close, like extended family. This is the way they preserve their tribal connections with each other. Barcelona takes their fiestas very seriously and they are a very important part of their lives together.

    One of the fiestas I was fortunate enough to experience was the procession of the gigantes, or giants. Every barrio makes their own giants, according to the style of their barrio. For example, in Barcelonetta, which was once a fisherman’s village, their gigantes are a fisherman and his wife, who has fish on her hat. Other barrios have different gigantes that reflect the history of their neighborhood. There is evidence of processions of gigantes as early as 1424 in Barcelona, starting with religious figures such as processions of Corpus Christi. In recent centuries, they have taken on less of a religious and more of a cultural style. 

    The procession I saw started in the sweet Plaza of El Born with all the gigantes on display for people to see up close. They were made of fiber glass with amazing clothing and gowns of incredibly rich fabrics. Once the procession started, it meandered through very narrow ancient, winding streets and ended up at the Santa Caterina Mercado. Several barrios were represented in the procession, which lasted for about 3 hours. (I’m sure they had food and more fiestas in private areas after the actual procession ended). Every barrio had different gigantes that were accompanied by their neighborhood band. Yes, the gigantes all danced with each other to their band and all the barrios had different gigantes, dances and music, which reflected the flavor of their barrio. 

    One of the things that fascinated me was how the entire family was involved. The large gigantes were carried by grown men. But there were chickens, fish and dwarfs who were handled by children. Under each gigante was a structure that looked like a large wooden chair with big pads so they can carry then on their shoulders. They sure looked heavy to me! Each gigante had about 5 people ready to carry it, once a carrier got tired.  The chicken had several kids to carry it who were only about 4 years old! So, you can see how they grow into the larger gigantes as they grow up. Once the chicken walked for a bit and did its little dance, everyone clapped and celebrated their display, then they changed to another child carrier. The entire family is included in their fiestas. There is no age gap here and I bet no babysitters. 

    One thing to note is the difference between gigantes and dwarfs and what they call the deformed ones. They seem to honor all types of individuals, including dwarfs and oddly shaped people, by making gigantes that look different, like the diversity of people. Dwarves are heads with a person inside that appear to have shortened human bodies. The peephole for the carrier is on the forehead or the hat of the figure. On the other hand, the bigheads are a prosthesis in the form of a head, usually human, that is worn on the shoulders of the carrier, giving the impression of being a deformed person, with a huge head. In this case, the carrier sees through the mouth or double chin.  Many of these smaller heads were worn by children or teenagers. I have to admit that I couldn’t tell the difference between the dwarves and the deformed ones, as they all looked a bit strange to me. Then there were those who were there to lead and maintain order in the procession. They wore cowhides, whips and bladders, which I’m sure gave them authority. I loved all the gigantes, whether they were Kings, Queens, Chickens or Dwarves. 

    The Pagan Side

    Now for the wilder, more raw side of Barcelona -- which they proudly call their Pagan ancestry. There are many fiestas, especially during the summer, but nothing compares with the Fiesta de Sant Joan. This year it occurred on Saturday June 23rd and celebrates the longest day of the year, (In the Northern Hemisphere), or the Summer Solstice. The origin of this celebration is pagan and is part of a group of holidays coinciding with the Equinoxes and Solstices, like Christmas. The tradition goes back to the Romans with their festival honoring their Goddess Pales, a deity of fire. Bonfires are built in all the Plazas of different Barrios with the ancient belief that the fire would scare away any evil spirits that were present. One of the honored traditions was to jump over the bonfire three times to ensure good health and happiness. There are still those who jump over the fires.

    Although pagan in origin, this festival was borrowed and integrated into Christianity and renamed as the celebration of the birth of John the Baptist, who was said to have been born six months before Jesus. He was of course known for baptizing Jesus. Even though this fiesta was incorporated into the Christian festivals, the pagan traditions remain strong.

    The eve of Sant Joan is full of magic rituals. There are three pagan parts to this celebration: Fire, water and herbs. Tradition holds that the fire frightens away all the bad spirits and it is said that those who burn objects during this festival will be cleansed of all their sins. Fire is for purification.

    Then there is the water element. As the custom goes, many wet their heads, arms and legs at the water spout on the boulevard of Passeig Sant Joan. Others jump in the sea at midnight to wash away old energy. It is said that the Barcelonian grandparents took embers and logs from the ceremonial fire and at the stroke of midnight, they threw them down the wells to purify the water. In the writings of folklorist, Amades in his book, Costumari Catala, he said that, “St. John the Baptist, apostle and evangelist, by the power vested in by God, delivers the water in this well from evil witches”. Water is for cleansing.

    The other ritual done a few days before the Eve of Sant Joan, is the gathering of sacred herbs. It is said that these herbs will have strong medicinal powers if collected and used on this sacred night. The herbs are for healing.

    Ok, I thought I was prepared for this evening of festivities . . . not really. It was much, much wilder than I could have ever imagined. Each Barrio prepared their plaza with their huge bonfire and then it all started. I was having a lovely dinner in Barcelonetta, a Barrio by the beach and all of the sudden I heard these loud fireworks and saw the parade lead by the Diablos, or devils. There were grown up Diablos and kid Diablos leading the wild parade with major firecrackers. Ok, what are the devils all about? 

    I talked to a local Barcelonian who told me that this is also a celebration of fertility and the Diablos and wild beasts were there to remind us of the potency and fruitfulness of this season. After the lead Diablos were many people in different animal costumes as well as drummers. Amazing drummers, also in costume. Hey, I’m a big lover of parades, but this topped all the parades I’ve seen, including the incredible Dia de los Muertos procession in Tucson. Ok, I finished my dinner quickly and had to follow the parade, that was heading to the beach.

    Oh my, what a scene it was on the beach! There were bonfires everywhere with firecrackers and fireworks going off in the streets, on the beach and everywhere. I  have to admit it was a little disconcerting to see two-year old kids running around with firecrackers exploding all around them. Of course, clothing is optional on the beaches of Europe, so many were naked running around with fireworks! It was quite a sight to see. Ok, this party lasted all night. It really didn’t start until almost midnight and lasted until dawn, kids and all. I didn’t make it that long, but long enough to experience the wildness of this pagan night of ritualistic celebration.

    Once again, I talked to my friend, who was born in Barcelona, and asked him about the danger of the fireworks and kids. He said that the parents want to teach their children about fire and fireworks early in their lives so they have no fear of fire. I laugh about when my fire troupe does a performance in Tucson. We need to meet with the Fire department and get an official approval to do our show. One of the rules is that no one can be closer to 30 feet from the fire. Ok, that sure doesn’t hold true for Barcelona!

    I found a great vista where I had a view of the beach and the fires with fireworks going off constantly. The only other party that rivaled this wild event was Burning Man. But I do think that the Fiesta de Sant Joan was much, much crazier than my experience at Burning Man, which I thought was impossible. 

    Here’s hoping that the pagan in all of us can feel free to experience life, fire, water and herbs fully. Thanks to the pagan side of Barcelona, I want to get even more wild and free in my future.  


  • Astrology During Leo

    The Sun enters the sign of Leo on July 22nd at 2:02 p.m., Mountain Time. Leo is a fire sign and is associated with the one and only Sun! Leo knows it is the center of the Zodiac, just like the Sun is in the middle of our Solar System. Leo is the entertainer and loves being the center of attention, of course. Not surprisingly, the heart is the part of the body that belongs to Leo. The heart is the focal point of the body and is also perfect because of the love and generosity exhibited by this dramatic sign. Leo has a youthful spirit and loves to play, even though this sign likes being in control.

    This month is filled with exciting celestial events, starting with a Total Lunar Eclipse in Aquarius on July 27th. This will be a wild Eclipse of the Moon because the Moon will be joining feisty Mars during the Eclipse. It will be visible in the Eastern Europe, Middle East, Australia and Antarctica. For those enough lucky to see the Eclipse, make sure to notice the obvious Mars right next to the Eclipsed Moon. It should be quite a sight. For those who are just seeing the Full Moon, make sure you see Red Mars close to the Moon!

    Since Mars is close to the Earth, it is very bright and red now. Mars will rise mid evening in the east and will be up in the sky all night. Make sure you take the time to notice how easily Mars can be seen now. The best months to see Mars will be July and August. Take your family and friends outside and point out Mars. You will be the hit of the night and my little astrologer at large. Remember all the planets are along the Ecliptic or the Great Highway in the Sky. Where the Sun is during the day is always, always where the planets are at night. So, take notice of the Sun’s path and you will know where to find Mars at night. It’s easier than you think.

    This is quite the time for Mars, because not only will he be the brightest, he is also retrograding during this time. Mars will be retrograde in Aquarius and a bit of Capricorn from June 26th through August 27th. All retrogrades are times to rethink, regroup and remove old themes in your life. This is a slower planet than Mercury and will have a stronger retrograde than we’re used to. Mercury is about changing our mental attitudes, where Mars is more about changing our actions. Old patterns will become obsolete and you will realize many of your efforts from the past are now unnecessary and outdated. You will strive to become more efficient and will not want to waste your precious time with situations that no longer serve you. Be bold about changing patterns as this window doesn’t happen often.

    Not only do we have a Lunar Eclipse, we also have a Partial Solar Eclipse. This will occur on August 11th and will be in the sign of Leo. This partial Eclipse of the Sun will only be visible in Canada, Greenland, the North Atlantic Ocean and Russia. Even though we can’t see an Eclipse, we can all feel it. All Eclipses are a time to look at your life in a new way. This month is quite special with two Eclipses and Mars doing a retrograde too. No matter what your sign in, take time this summer to let go of old patterns in your life and it will be easier than you think. Start with the simple stuff and when you feel more accomplished, then tackle the more entrenched patterns.

    The visible planets will put on quite a show for us this month. Mercury can be seen for the first week or so in the sign of Leo until it gets lost in the glow of the Sun. In addition to Mercury, we can see All of the visible planets in the evening sky this month. Venus is bright and above the western horizon. Higher in the sky is big Jupiter with dim Saturn being to the east of Jupiter. Bright red Mars will top it off by looking further east. All of these will be in an easy arc in the sky called the Ecliptic. You can also use your smart phone with an app like Google’s Sky Map to spot the planets. But then put down your phone and see them all with your naked eye. The very best way to see the planets are not through your phone, binoculars or a telescope. Train your eyes to see them, as they have done for thousands of years. Remember this tip: Stars twinkle and planets shine. There is more of a steady light coming from the planets and once you can tell the difference, you will know if you are looking at a star or a planet. Easy.

    See you next month in Virgo. Are we going into the autumn already?

     


  • What's Up for Your Sign During Gemini?

    Gemini

    Happy Birthday, bright Gemini! Mercury, who is your planets, will be in your sign of Gemini until June 12th. You are already talkative and will feel even more in the mood for communication. This is the time to do writing.

    Cancer

    The planet of love, Venus, will be in your sign from May 20th through June 13th. Venus is all about pampering and this is your time to give to yourself. Also, this is a perfect combination for an impromptu reunion. People will feel cozy and will want to talk about sweet memories. Have old photo albums handy.

    Leo

    Your power date for this month is the weekend of June 16th. The Moon will be joining Venus and they will both be in your sign of Leo. This is the time for you to have a big, fancy Leo party. Make is memorable!

    Virgo

    You will feel more creative than usual the last week in May. Pull out that project that has been on the back burner for a while. Choose one easy enough that can be finished in a few days.

    Libra

    The best social time for you this month will be May 24th through 26th. Invite an unusual mix of people who might not know each other yet. Choose an exciting variety of friends and just wait for the stimulating conversations.

    Scorpio

    The last weekend in May is your power time this month. Love is in the air for you and you will be very aware of all the love coming your way. Put yourself in a position to receive all the love and abundance you can.

    Sagittarius

    The Full Moon will be in your sign of Sagittarius on May 29th this month. Celebrate your fabulous life. What are you proud of? Show the world your best and now is your time to shine – just like the Full Moon!

    Capricorn

    Memorial weekend is your social time this month, Capricorn. Venus is opposite to your Sun now and usually brings friendships, love and companionship. It’s ok for you to come out of your cave for this holiday and play for a bit.

    Aquarius

    Mars is in your sign of Aquarius now and will remain there until November 16th. Mars will be turning retrograde in Aquarius to move things around in your life. If you are feeling more energy, use this new phase to changes outdated patterns for yourself.

    Pisces

    Venus and Jupiter, both considered beneficial, are aligning with your Pisces Sun now. This will bring some positive opportunities to you in early June and they will be with you for a while. Plan on doing things that are fun!

    Aries

    You will feel like communicating more in early June. Contact your friends, get caught up with emails and go to parties. If you have any writing projects or speaking engagements, now is your time.

    Taurus

    The slow-moving planet, Uranus, has entered your sign of Taurus. Often Uranus brings sudden change to your life. Are you ready to release the old and start fresh? Hey, it’s probably already started, so just embrace it.


  • UAC 2018: An Astrology Conference

    Astrologers from about 50 countries will be gathering together late May at the Downtown Marriot in Chicago for UAC 2018 or the United Astrology Conference. These serious conferences occur every few years and are very much anticipated by many astrologers. The first UAC happened in San Diego in 1986 and this will be the ninth conferences since then. I’ve had the pleasure of being a speaker at all of the UACs and am speaking again for this one. There will be 186 well-known astrologers from many parts of the world speaking there. www.uacastrology.com

    Since only professional astrologers or dedicated students of this ancient art attend these conferences, I thought it would be good to let everyone know what happens there. Astrology is such an intriguing subject that it attracts everyone from astrologers, mathematicians, statisticians, software geeks, counsellors, psychologists, financial analysts, healers, artists to full-fledged, crystal-carrying hippies. But one thing is true with all the attendants – they really love astrology.

    Even though the actual conference lasts five days, it opens with a pre-conference and ends with a post-conference. These are half-day workshops presented by popular astrologers. But even before the pre-conference, there are three full days of Consulting Skills Training for new astrologers to learn more about how to work with clients.

    The grand opening ceremony starts the official conference with an ice cream social to follow. Of course, I’ll be seeing many, many of my astrology buddies from all the conference I’ve spoken at over the last four decades. We’re like this huge, slightly dysfunctional family. But, since we only see each other on occasion, we mostly get along.  I do admit there are some intellectual rifts that certain astrologers seem to attract, but we mostly like and respect each other. I’ll also be meeting several of my astrology students there and some for the first time. It will be so wonderful to put a face to a familiar voice. Of course I’ll be making some new friends with astrologers I’ll be just meeting there, too.

    UAC has a big book store, where you can buy astrology books, many of which were written by the speakers. There will also be a fun Trade Show, where you can buy astrological goodies that can only be found at conferences. Do you want the newest software? How about a crystal necklace with all your planets in their order around your neck? What about a silk robe, befitting of an astrologer? Yep. All there and much more.

    One fascinating thing about astrology is that it can be used with many diverse subjects. UAC divides the different styles up into 15 unique tracks, so you can attend the lectures that speak to your style. There is a lecture in all these tracks happening in different rooms at the same time, so you can choose which one you want to attend. There are four different lecture times during the day. So that’s 60 lectures per day! Of course, they are all professionally recorded so the attendees can buy them and listen to the lectures again in either CD or mp3 formats.

    Here are the tracks:

    1. Business Consulting and the Business of Astrology
    2. Cycles of Personal Development
    3. Electives and Astrological Specialties
    4. Financial Astrology and Economics
    5. Forecasting/Predictive Techniques
    6. Fundamentals of Astrology
    7. Health and Wellness
    8. History and Research
    9. Mythological and Archetypal
    10.  Natal Chart Delineation
    11.  Philosophical/Spiritual/Esoteric
    12.  Political and Mundane
    13.  Relationships
    14.  Traditional Astrology
    15.  Vedic Astrology

    Most of you are used to me interpreting birth charts, transits, comparisons and Astro*Carto*Graphy. But believe me, there are astrologers who are experts in mostly medical astrology or financial astrology. Since astrology is a symbolic language, it can easily be used in all these various traditions.

    What am I speaking about? Here are my two lectures:

    • The Basics of Astro*Carto*Graphy.
    • How to Write a Monthly Sun Sign Column

    My background in astronomy combined with so many of my clients being spread out around the world, Astro*Carto*Graphy was a natural for me. About one third of my clients want their Maps done, so I have lots of practice with that technique. Being a citizen of the world myself, I adore looking at maps of all kinds. This lecture is in the category of Astrological Specialties.

    How to write a Sun Sign column comes easily to me since I’ve been writing for the famous designer, Tory Burch, since 2010.  She publishes my column, “What’s Your Sign” on her blog each month. I’ll be actually writing a Sun sign column with the attendees of my lecture – so they’re in for a real treat. Why not be hands-on! This lecture is in the category of the Business of Astrology.

    In addition to the many lectures planned, there are evenings of entertainment from a silent auction, a jazz evening to a party dance cruise. Remember that UAC is in Chicago and we’ll be taking an evening cruise one evening. I admit that most of my entertainment will be getting together with my astrologer buddies late at night, in our hotel rooms, with talking astrology until the wee hours. Even though astrologers are mental, it might be a few more years until we’ll all be together again, so parties are a must.

    The conference ends with a gala evening with the Marion D. March Regulus Awards Banquet. Everyone dresses up, eats a delicious meal and takes lots of pictures. There are several awards given out to outstanding astrologers in their individual fields. For me, this is one of the highlights of the conference. I always love a good reason to dress up.

    Not only will I return from this UAC with more astrological knowledge, but I’ll also have a warm feeling inside knowing I’ve seen my esteemed colleagues one more time. That’s why our tag line is . . . See you at UAC!


  • What's Up for Your Sign during Aries?

    Aries

    Happy Birthday, Aries! This will be a thrilling birthday month for you since both beautiful Venus and mental Mercury are in Aries now. You will want some extra pampering with Venus and Mercury will give you a strong conviction. So shine brightly this birthday month, dear Aries!

    Taurus

    Venus is your planet and will be in Taurus on March 31st, which is also a Full Moon. Treat yourself with a massage or a spa day. Hey, maybe it’s time to look at upgrading or switching around your art. Venus loves beauty.

    Gemini

    Your finances are in focus now, dear Gemini. Look at your portfolio or bank account and make some changes. Money will be coming in from several different sources now, Gemini. So feel grateful and think Big!

    Cancer

    The weekend of March 24th is the perfect time to invite close friends over for a gathering. Have the intention to make the world a better place through your actions. You will be stronger together than by yourself.

    Leo

    The last of March you will be feeling your power more than you have in a long time . . . maybe ever. Your light will be shining brightly for you and others to see. You will be a good model for the world.

    Virgo

    The end of March and the beginning of April will bring a sense of determination. Prepare now for that push time. That will be the time some large project will be completed. You won’t be – others will be there to help you.

    Libra

    The Full Moon will be in Libra this month on March 31st. Since there was a Full Moon on March 1st, the second one in the same calendar month is called a Blue Moon. This is a gift, because it’s so rare. Expect gifts from unexpected places this month.

    Scorpio

    The planet of money and abundance is in your sign of Scorpio now and will be there until November 2018. Look at the big picture with your finances. What can you do now that will enhance your assets? Success will come easily now.

    Sagittarius

    Your Sagittarius power date for this month is the first week in April when your enthusiasm will inspire others. This is the perfect time for a group work project. You will be the unspoken hero.

    Capricorn

    Everyone is talking about Capricorn now since three heavy hitters, Pluto, Saturn and Mars are there now. Mars will be there until mid-May and will give you a push to be more assertive. You will feel tough.

    Aquarius

    Defining relationships will be your theme this month, dear Aquarius. Is this person a friend or maybe more? What kind of a relationship do I want to have – if any. You have to listen to your inner voice to figure this one out.

    Pisces

    You are already creative, but it will be taken to new heights during mid to late April. Plan to take lots of time to allow your imagination to take over. Relax, meditate and create. Look for something new.


  • Astrology During Pisces

    The Sun enters the sign of Pisces on February 18th at 10:19 a.m., Mountain Time. Pisces is a water sign and is associated with the mystic of the Zodiac, nebulous Neptune.  Pisces is the Dreamer of all the signs of the Zodiac and usually lives in a bubble. The rest of the world doesn’t exist much of the time for this creative sign. Pisces is the guru or the druggie. This is the sign that needs to be in an altered state of consciousness, whether it’s through meditation, yoga, music or a glass of wine.

    If you remember, we just had a Super Blue Moon Eclipse on January 31st. A Blue Moon is the second Full Moon in a calendar month. We had a Blue Moon in January and we will have one in March as well, but with no Eclipse this time. The first Full Moon this month will be on March 1st and is in the sign of Virgo. Then the second Full Moon or the Blue Moon will happen on March 31st and is in the sign of Libra. February squeezed by with having no Full Moon at all. Once in a Very Blue Moon, as the song says, is a rare and special thing. I consider these two Blue Moons gifts to humanity.

    There is a party of planets in Pisces now, but some of those planets will be moving into Aries, which will make us all more ready to initiate projects. Usually the laid-back Pisces likes to dream and not act as much as Aries. The combination is creative as well as forward moving. Mercury enters Aries on March 5th and Venus enters Aries on March 6th. So the Aries energy should kick in around then. Save any projects that need effort for after that time. If you want to do some writing, this is your time!

    Daylight Savings Time is upon us again and will begin on March 11th. Much of the world and most of the US observes this twice a year event and will move their clocks forward one hour. Of course, in the autumn, the clocks are moved back one hour.  Arizona and Hawaii don’t observe this time-bending ritual, which always makes it tricky for me during these two transition weeks. Even though I try, I usually am an hour off with at least one client. Not my favorite time of the year, I admit.

    There is a group of planets forming in Capricorn now, which is so important that I’ve been writing about it. The sign of Capricorn is about rules and regulations, government, corporations and the elite. Power hungry Pluto has been in Capricorn since 2008 and Saturn entered Capricorn on December 2017. Now feisty little Mars is joining them both. Mars enters Capricorn on March 17th and remains there until May 16th. Mars could easily bring heat to already hot situations, often triggering off events. Mars joins Saturn on April 1st and then joins Pluto on April 26th. So this will be a good moth to watch these important dates.

    Looking at the visible planets this month, we still have most of our planets in the morning predawn sky. If you get up about ½ hour before sunrise, you will see Jupiter, Mars and Saturn along the Ecliptic. But finally the late sleepers will have a treat. Venus has emerged as the “Evening Star” now and can be seen low in the western horizon after sunset. I always love her in the evening sky.

    Have a fabulous month and I’ll see you in Aries!



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