Spring Equinox

Spring Equinox

Posted by David Ockrassa on 3/14/2016 to Articles

Spring Equinox falls on either the 19th or 20th of March this year, depending on your location. For the US East Coast, it’s on the 20th, 30 minutes after midnight. For us on the West, it’s the 19th, at 9:30 PM. (This is a good illustration of why sometimes the day of birth is not conclusive on the Sign of the birth. Location matters!) click to read more.


Winter Solstice 2014

Winter Solstice 2014

Posted by David Ockrassa on 12/15/2014 to Articles
Mid-winter this year, aka the Winter Solstice, is on Dec. 21, at 6:03 PM EST, followed about an hour and a half later by a new moon.
Which Birth Dates are Most Common?

Which Birth Dates are Most Common?

Posted by Admin on 11/17/2014 to Articles
How common is your birth date? Take a look at this chart to find out.
10 Space Myths We Need to Stop Believing

10 Space Myths We Need to Stop Believing

Posted by Jen on 11/13/2014 to Articles
Do you believe the sun is a ball of fire or that you can't travel through an asteroid belt? Many of us do and, as with many of the myths we believe, we got our "facts" from Hollywood.
Autumn Equinox

Autumn Equinox

Posted by David Ockrassa on 8/21/2014 to Articles
The Uranus square to Pluto continues, and begins to seem like the Energizer Bunny… and will not be done with us until its last exact contact next March, nearly 3 full years since they first came to this configuration. So the unexpected transformation symbolized by the two planets involved, and the tension and adjustment symbolized by the Aspect is far from complete.
Summer Solstice 2014

Summer Solstice 2014

Posted by David Ockrassa on 6/21/2014 to Articles
Mid-summer comes to us at 6:51 AM EST on June 21st this year, or 3:51 AM for the West Coast. Commonly called the “start” of summer, it is, of course, the high point of the Sun in its apparent orbit around us, and from here on the daylight portion of each day gets shorter.