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Gibbous Cancer ♋️ to Leo ♌️ Moon : reinforcing personal confidence
If you think Donald Trump is an idiot, Vladimir Putin probably agrees with you, only he, like several former top US intelligence officials would call him “a useful idiot.” Useful for the Russians that is. Craig Unger’s new book American Kompromat, traces Trump’s ties to KGB influence back more than 40 years to his first marriage and then, a strange…
First Quarter to Gibbous Cancer ♋️ Moon to: focusing on feelings
Remember Clinton campaign boss James Carville’s famous exclamation – “it’s the economy, stupid.” Well, when it comes to brain damage from playing football, the analogous revelation would be – “it’s the practices that can make you stupid,” especially those first practices before the game-playing season even begins. Ken Belson of the NY Times on maki…
First Quarter Cancer ♋️ Moon : deciding on what is needed
Merrylin talks about how one's Moon and Mercury form our habits using Susan's chart.
First Quarter Gemini ♊️ to Cancer ♋️ Moon : being curious about one’s progress
Water in New Mexico is scarce. But politicians, scientists, and communities are working together to make sure we have enough for the future. Georgina Hahn gives us some history and current happenings of water planning in New Mexico.
Crescent Taurus ♉️ to Gemini ♊️ to First Quarter Moon to: looking within for answers
The first priority of the new Biden Administration has been to change American policies to combat the coronavirus pandemic. A second priority has been to shift America’s foreign policies, most dramatically in the Middle East. Re-negotiating nuclear weapons restraints on Iran, disconnecting from Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen are just 2 examples. Eliza…
Crescent Taurus ♉️ Moon : letting imagination enhance productivity
Santa Fe County's move from red to yellow COVID status has made way for indoor dining. KSFR's Georgina Hahn speaks with some locals about our restaurants.
Crescent Taurus ♉️ Moon : considering what’s ahead
One of the glories of American democracy is the variety of voices one can choose from for information about current events. Even as ownership of radio and television and online sources consolidated into an oligarchy of hyper-rich corporate entities, there were all those newspapers, locally-owned, and locally-run and independent of one another. That…
Crescent Aries ♈️ to Taurus ♉️ Moon : thinking through plans
"Please don’t imagine that my decade of writing practice and Zen meditation have silenced or fully pacified the angry self-critics in my head. That’s not how things work. I’m just much better at managing those voices.” Natalie Goldbert, Three Simple Lines Beloved New Mexico author, teacher, and Zen Buddhist practitioner Natalie Goldberg is back for…
Defying logic and honesty, Republicans in statehouses around the country are proposing fixes for the American electoral system which is not broken. Matt Vasilogambros of Stateline.org on how many GOP legislators are embarked of a voter suppression campaign aimed at many of the folks in actually voted them into office last November. One idea on the …
New to Crescent Aries ♈️ Moon to: facing transitions calmly
Merrylin LeBlanc talks about the Saturn-Uranus Cycle which is about to enter its last quarter phase.
New Pisces ♓️ to Aries ♈️ Moon : attending to demands
New Aquarius ♒️ to Pisces ♓️ Moon : being honest and earnest!
The dissident politician Aleksey Navalny had become such an aggravation to Russian President Vladimir Putin that evidence suggests he had his security services try to kill him. But Navalny not only survived his poisoning, but he escaped Russia, only to return as an even more popular symbol of political discontent with the Putin regime. Protests aga…
Balsamic to New Aquarius ♒️ Moon to: noticing one’s decision-making process
Balsamic Aquarius ♒️ Moon : reflecting on the future
Ethanol was offered as one of the world’s first “green” products, a gasoline additive meant to make the environment cleaner and climate change slower. In the small town of Mead, Nebraska, investigative reporter Carey Gillam found for The Guardian, waste products from the ethanol manufacturing process were making the town smell bad and feel even wor…
Balsamic Capricorn ♑️ to Aquarius ♒️ Moon : reflecting on spiritual behaviors
"Haiku is a refuge when the world seems chaotic, when you are lost, frightened, tangled, and nothing is clear." Natalie Goldberg, Three Simple Lines Natalie Goldberg is an author, teacher, and Zen Buddhist practitioner. She wrote the internationally renowned Writing Down the Bones, published in 1986, and has since published memoirs, essays, poetry,…
When editor-publisher Steve Kettmann produced his quick-turnaround volume Now What? Essays on Life After Trump, he and our guest, contributor Michael Powell of the New York Times knew the transition to a Biden Administration might be bumpy…but who knew how difficult the months between November and January 20 would be. Now What? indeed.…
Balsamic Capricorn ♑️ Moon : reflecting on past and future