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Index November 2011 - I was touring the
east coast for the month of November, returning home on Thanksgiving.
Therefore, there are only two videos and an announcement of an upcoming
guest spot on Cheryl Patton's Blog Talk Radio show "1Woman's Wisdom" on
All blog posts will be un-linked. Two blogs disappeared when I changed webhosts 4/2012.
11-25-11 Mercury Retrograde and New Moon in Sag
This is the first video in a month because I was on the East Coast doing a tour of MA, NY, and PA. I got bronchitis on the last part of my tour and was laid up in Nantucket, making Thanksgiving the only day I could get flights home to San Francisco. Problem there was that was the date that Mercury was station (seeming to stop still before going retrograde) in Sagittarius, the ruler of travel. Oh fun, a replay of “Planes, Trains and Automobiles” nearly. Not much astrology on this video, it’s just my way of letting y’all know that I’m back at home at my computer and ready to make more astrology videos.
11-26-11: first posting of the 11-05-11: Methuen, MA, Workshop: Leopard
One of the ladies who couldn’t make it to the workshop really wanted to learn how to do leopard. So her fellow guild member filmed me making leopard spot on a gradated background. What I’m talking about in the beginning is why I came cross country in the first place: after 36 years to reconnect with the father of my third born son, paving the way for the two of them to meet face to face. The last time that happened our son was a week old.
"Jupiter in Taurus, Pluto in Capricorn, and Mars in Virgo (where it
will be for 9 months instead of 8 weeks) all trine (good luck and
ease) are the planets that will help people make their philosophies
manifest, practical, prudent.
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