Fierce. Grace. Two words that beautifully describe actor Carrie-Anne Moss, best known for her breakout role as Trinity in The Matrix. Two words Carrie-Anne uses herself at Annapurna Living, the online community she founded to empower women primarily through meditation and mindfulness (referred to as the Fierce Grace Collective). Based on August 21, 1967 4:05pm … Continue reading Carrie-Anne Moss: Fierce Grace in Life and Onscreen
Of all zodiac signs Aquarius is the visionary, futuristic and often well ahead of the times. People with Aquarius prominent in their birth charts are rebels and trendsetters who shake things up with new and often thought provoking, if not controversial, ideas. Star Trek creator, Gene Roddenberry, had his natal Moon in Aquarius. Once the … Continue reading Gene Roddenberry: Star Trek’s Creative Visionary
Lunar mansions, also known as nakshatras, provide another level of understanding to birth charts in the Vedic sidereal system of astrology. You're familiar with each planet occupying a constellation (Aries, Taurus, etc…). Each planet also occupies a lunar mansion or nakshatra, of which there are twenty-seven. To understand more about nakshatras, I highly recommend The … Continue reading Evanna Lynch, Part 2: Lunar Mansions and Dasha Insights
Luna Lovegood is not just one of my favorite Harry Potter characters but of thousands if not millions of fans around the world. Luna's simplicity, authenticity, and oddly elegant ability to be herself, even if awkward to anyone else around, has been an inspiration for many and became a beacon of light, a life preserver … Continue reading The Opposite of Butterfly Hunting: Harry Potter’s Evanna Lynch and Her Heartfelt Memoir, Part 1
I’m a huge Star Trek fan. So, as an astrologer, it was only a matter of time before I started digging into the birth dates of cast members. There’s something about observing the planets in the actors' birth charts in comparison to the roles they play and the interactions between them on screen. (I enjoyed … Continue reading Kate Mulgrew’s Planets and Why She’s the Perfect Janeway
Madeline, the 1939 children’s book written and illustrated by Ludwig Bemelmans, remains one of the major classics in children’s literature. The original story set in Paris, France and presented in rhyme with bright illustrations was named a Caldecott Honor Book in 1940 and was the first of Bemelmans' books followed by sixteen more. In 1954, … Continue reading Ludwig Bemelmans and Madeline
With over 1.3 million subscribers on her YouTube channel, Teal Swan is one of today’s leading social media influencers. A best-selling author and international speaker, her life’s work is helping people overcome all levels of pain after having transformed herself through an extremely traumatic, abusive childhood. Teal is referred to by her followers as “The … Continue reading Teal Swan: At the Top or the Deep End?
In my latest case study, I take a look into the chart of A. A. Milne, the world famous author of the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh classic children's stories, focusing in particular on prominence of the 5th House of creativity, children, and entertainment, along with his connection and similarities with Walt Disney. If you love Pooh, be … Continue reading A. A. Milne and Winnie-the-Pooh