Your April 2018 Horoscope with Astrologer, Maya White

April 2018   Aries – (March 20 – April 18) Yours is the first sign of the natural zodiac, and indeed this month is your time to spring forth. What’s unique about this time is that you have an opportunity to get totally aligned with your core values. This requires some self-examination and true soul Continue reading


Your July 2017 Horoscope with Astrologer, Maya White

July 2017   Aries – (March 20 – April 18) You are called by your courage this month, Aries. Your fearless nature will be tested as your ruing planet, Mars, interacts with Pluto (July 2nd) and Uranus (July 17). Do whatever you must to maintain balance and stability; this includes healthy food, moderate exercise, and Continue reading


Shapeshift your way into wild creativity & world-changing solutions with Caroline Casey

Are you ready to compost the personal and collective challenges of 2016 so that you can create a more sizzling and liberated 2017? If you feel you’ve endured enough tumultuous situations, cultural and familial divides, and politically perilous moments to last a lifetime, and would like to set this year up as one ripe with Continue reading


The Cosmic Dance: “Spring-ing” by Lady Deane

“Spring—ing” by Lady Deane Some “sky-talk” about the dance just above your head. Now that we’ve all begun to “spring” forward and leap into the hare-raising spirit of the season (tee hee), it’s time to ask yourself: “What new adventures/opportunities/people would you like to attract into your life?” For the Sun has officially entered Aries, the Continue reading


Your February 2016 Horoscope by Astrologer, Maya White

February 2016 Horoscopes Aries – (March 19 – April 18) Success comes when you think outside the box, Aries. Dare to dream, but then apply critical thinking to your vision. Also moderate the tone and tenor of your actions. With Mars traveling through rowdy Scorpio, you’ll be misunderstood if you come on too strong. Prepare Continue reading


The Cosmic Dance: Winter Wellspring

Some “sky-talk” about the dance just above your head. This Winter, some of us will be gliding on top of the snow in a sleigh, while others will be dancing along thin ice on skates. This frozen slice of time is all about reaching deep within ourselves where we’ll be making some important decisions regarding Continue reading


The Cosmic Dance: Falderal

Some “sky-talk” about the dance just above your head. Well kids, it’s playtime.  The “Fall-der-all” kicked off with a lot of silly nonsense featuring 2 eclipses in September (one on Sept 13th and one on Sept 28th). Did you feel the energy start to move again? Because eclipses will do that. So the fall will Continue reading


The Cosmic Dance: Summer’s Sizzle

The summer is in full swing now.  But let me just start by saying that vacations may be more serious than they used to be!  This summer (and early fall) contains much more productivity than we are used to, and those ‘lazy dog days of summer’ may be more like a wild wolf pack taking Continue reading


The Cosmic Dance: Spring Fling

As we all attempt to “Spring Forward” now, I’d like to take a few moments to talk about some planetary energies that may change the tempo of the dance just a little.  In the “big picture” news, March and April feature 2 eclipses that offer their own themes, which I talked about in my first Continue reading


Ask Lady Deane

This column belongs to everyone. Here I will answer Reader Questions about the Sky, your Natal Charts, or Astrology in general.  Have a burning question?  Curious about the sky?  Confused about something in your chart? Write in.  Your answers await. Q:  “My natal Venus and Sun are less than a degree apart in Virgo, which Continue reading


The Cosmic Dance: The Dance of the Eclipse

There are many ways to look at a new year—astrologically speaking, anyway.  I prefer eclipses.  Because they offer a bird’s eye view of the cosmic dance between the Sun, the Moon and the Earth. Eclipses are like mini-ballrooms (that is, if the ballroom in question were run by the janitorial staff).  Because at their core, Continue reading