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February/March 2004

Features
Uranus in Pisces: Astrology Reimagined
by Brad Kochunas
Astrologers have long used the outer planets to shed light on broad cultural movements. With Uranus in Pisces, perhaps it’s time to turn this planetary ruler of astrology from a lens into a mirror – to re-vision ourselves and the astrology we practice.

Outside Shocks! The Timing of Outer-Planet Transits
by Antero Alli
This author presents his conviction that we are not being controlled like puppets by the planets. And neither do the planets control our earthbound fates. Transits are, rather, a technique to measure the timing of change in our lives. Alli suggests that each of the outer planets symbolizes a certain type of "outside shock."

Living with Uranus Transits
by Jodie Forrest
Uranus transits – can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em! This transit should definitely come with a survival manual. Jodie Forrest’s wit, insight, and compassionate common sense offer guidance for anyone caught between the Uranian need for personal evolution and the demands of the "tribe."

Medical Astrology: A Practical Exercise
by Rupert Sewell
Most astrologers are familiar with the correlation of zodiacal signs to areas of the body. However, the correspondence of zodiacal degrees to more specific anatomical parts further refines this author’s astro-analysis of the victim of a near-fatal car accident.

The Third House
by Dana Gerhardt
When you enter the 3rd house, prepare to reboot, update, and upgrade your connections to the world. We never outgrow the 3rd-house urge to learn by reaching out to our "neighborhoods."

Searching for Success with Ed Wood, Jr.
by Wendell Perry
This article explores success and failure in the birth chart of Ed Wood, now considered to be the worst Hollywood director of all time, who made some memorably bad movies during the 1950s.

Shakespeare, Astrology, and Alchemy
by Philip Brown
During the Renaissance, astrology and alchemy were intertwined, and Shakespeare skillfully wove elements of these into his plays. A close look at Romeo and Juliet reveals surprising connections with the planets and the alchemical processes.

Planetary Currents Section

Planet Tracks:

The Democratic Candidates
by Bill Herbst
This author examines the wannabes and also-rans that the Democratic Party has arrayed to seek the nomination for president of the United States. What can astrology suggest about each candidate’s chances to grab the prize?

Earth Medicine: Jupiter’s Transit of Virgo
by Marcia Starck

Chart Interpretation: The Singleton
by Donna Cunningham, MSW

Astro-Newsmaker: Bill Moyers
by Mark McDonough

Ask ASTRO-COACH
by Nicki Michaels

The Traveling Astrologer: Pluto Transits to the U.S. Neptune
by Maya del Mar

Forecast Section

Where’s That Moon?

Feb/Mar Forecast Calendar
by Jeff Jawer

Feb/Mar Declination Graph

Astro*Carto*Graphy Maps

New and Full Moon Reports
by Stephanie Austin

• Leo Full Moon

• Pisces New Moon

• Virgo Full Moon

• Aries New Moon

Jyotish Currents: Vedic Astrology Forecast
by Kenneth Johnson

TMA Departments

Artist’s Showcase
featuring Francene Hart

Letters to the Editor

Astrology News
by Gloria Star

Astro-Website Reviews
by Mary Plumb

Article Particle: The Joy of Discovery
by Marilyn Neuner

Book Reviews
complied by Mary Plumb

Poems

TMA Professional Directory

TMA Advertiser’s Index and Classified Ads

Humor: Astro-Dictionary
by Karen Christino

Astro-Cartoons
by Paul F. Newman

 

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