Ralfee Finn

Ralfee Finn

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The Aquarium Age: May 20 - June 10

Thursday, 21 May 2015 02:01 Published in Aquarium Age

I am taking off for all—well, almost all—Mercury Retrograde. For those new to Mercury Retrograde, here are the rules: Expect communication and travel snafus of every variety. If you can, put off lauching anything new until after June 11--and at best, June 15. Instead, use this time to review, reflect, and reconsider what is already in motion. See you back here on June 10, 2015. By the way, I am still reading charts; I'm just not writing the column during the retrograde.

The Aquarium Age: May 13-19

Thursday, 14 May 2015 21:42 Published in Aquarium Age

You might want to consider donning your not-so-gay Teflon apparel this week. It's pretty much a you-know-what storm of misunderstandings—and you'll want to make sure you're wearing the kind of armor that won't allow negativity to stick. Most of the drama comes from words spoken or written in haste, words that give voice to opinions that might be better left unspoken until the astral air clears, if only because for the next several days, words have the power to undermine, unsettle, and undo.

The Aquarium Age: May 6-12

Friday, 08 May 2015 02:06 Published in Aquarium Age

Polarized planets indicate the potential for subjective points of view this week so don't be surprised if you encounter more than a few attempts to skew the data in a specific direction. Yes, it is possible say that bias already infuses most opinions, especially when it comes to politics. But this week, the need to "make it so" has a zeal that's hard to ignore. Call it "might for right" or simply call it a "bully pulpit," but whatever you call this atmosphere of strong opinions, best be ready for confrontations.

The Aquarium Age: Apr. 29 - May 6

Thursday, 30 April 2015 21:24 Published in Aquarium Age

I won't lean so far into the positive and proclaim this week to be "a great one"—too much is happening in too many places on the planet to be that optimistic and cheerful. But I will say there is less negative planetary interference this week than we've grown accustomed to, and because of that absence of pernicious alliances, we have another week to catch our individual and collective breath and replenish our reserves, internal and external. Use this time wisely, please, because by the end of next week, attitudes will once again bristle, as tempers once again turn testy. But for now we're still basking in the glow of "not so bad."

The Aquarium Age: Apr. 22-28

Wednesday, 22 April 2015 18:44 Published in Aquarium Age

The planets continue to align in dynamic, industrious formations this week, and the routines of daily life continue to reflect their celestial resolve. Anticipate plenty of planetary support for accomplishing your goals or all your tireless work helping others to accomplish theirs. The good news is that you can also expect tangible results for your efforts. But don't worry that the week is all-work-and-no-play. Flirtatious interactions spice up what might otherwise be deemed a highly ambitious atmosphere.

The Aquarium Age: April 15-21

Friday, 17 April 2015 00:23 Published in Aquarium Age

The planets are realigning in new patterns this week, and their dynamic interactions signal another week of powerful transitions here on Earth. In the Northern Hemisphere, spring takes hold and hibernation becomes a thing of the past. In the Southern Hemisphere, the opposite may be true, but that change of season also inspires action, even if the activity is geared toward contraction rather than expansion. Change is in the air—everywhere. But please don't jump to the conclusion that we're out of the reach of the Uranus/Pluto squares—we are well within their range.

The Aquarium Age: April 8-14

Thursday, 09 April 2015 17:34 Published in Aquarium Age

It's a tempestuous week here on Planet Earth, and the days as well as the nights are driven by passion and fervor, making impulse control a challenge. It would be wise to at least try to watch those urges with as much objectivity as you can muster. Too much self-indulgence just might land you in the middle of an intense situation you hadn't bargained for and aren't quite sure how to exit. But this celestial fire doesn't only spark strong reactions in individuals. It also ignites even more fanaticism in all those places already ablaze in violence. Expect eruptions—lots of them—from the personal to the political. But also know, this very same astral fire indicates an equally powerful potential for creative brilliance.

The Aquarium Age: April 1-7

Thursday, 02 April 2015 15:02 Published in Aquarium Age

The lunar eclipse on April 4 is the last major astral event of the season. Some will argue that Jupiter's "course correction"—it goes direct on April 8—is a big deal and Pluto's "course correction—it goes retrograde a week later on April 16—is also a big deal, but I don't think so. Well...maybe Jupiter, but only because it is a big planet that likes to throw its weight around. But truly there are no further teeth-gnashing planetary signatures until Mercury goes retrograde on May 18.

The Aquarium Age: March 25-31

Wednesday, 25 March 2015 22:10 Published in Aquarium Age

This week, next week, and for quite a distance into the future, you're likely to define success and stability by how skillfully you work your way through a multitude of shadows. Don't misunderstand—I'm not suggesting that the future is only dark and murky. But I am going to be honest about our current situation, which is clouded by a vast number of issues that will continue to insinuate themselves into our personal lives as well as into our collective experience until we find a way to transform and resolve those concerns through consciousness and creativity.

The Aquarium Age: Mar. 18-24

Wednesday, 18 March 2015 00:00 Published in Aquarium Age

The planets align in complex patterns this week, and working through the astral intricacies requires an expansive perspective. Expect to be confounded by the challenge of figuring out not only where to stand on a variety of issues, but also how to stand in relation to this mashugana world. So many significant transitions are occurring simultaneously that it's simply impossible to track the shifts. From political nervous breakdowns to the realization of just how deeply the fault lines of bigotry penetrate societal structures to the widening economic and educational chasms that exacerbate divisions in an already too divided world to religious fanaticism based on literalism, it's a mind-boggling mess. How to walk through the collective upheaval and still find meaning and purpose in the routines of daily life is the trial of the times. And while it is not an easy one, answering the call of this challenge is soul forging.

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