Mark Borax

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Outer Chaos Pitched Against Inner Truth

By Mark Borax / May 3, 2024 /

For most of May the four main asteroids, Vesta, Juno, Ceres and Pallas are on the opposite side of the sky from the eleven astrological planets, setting up dynamic tension. The asteroids tend to seduce us away from our truth until we get far enough away to wake up to the seduction, and take steps…

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Video Blog: post-eclipse report

By Mark Borax / April 15, 2024 /

Eclipses trigger sensitive points and cast waves that can last for a year. This week’s Solar Eclipse in 20° Aries is making waves in the area of the missing piece, or x-factor, that supplies self-wholeness and relationship growth. I broadcast this 40-minute video live two days ago and want to share the recording with any…

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Total Solar Eclipse: Nature trumps Man

By Mark Borax / April 2, 2024 /

The big cosmic news this month is the Total Solar Eclipse on April 8 at 2:21 pm eastern, at 20° Aries, a point of the zodiac which demands we come to terms with the missing piece, the elusive x-factor needed to restore wholeness. Eclipses are dramatic celestial events that surpass most cosmic weather to stun…

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Diving Headlong Into The Mystery

By Mark Borax / February 7, 2024 /

Since Pluto resumed its 20-year excursion through Aquarius at the end of last month, and the New Moon in Aquarius on February 9th launches the Year of the Dragon, the Water Bearer has become the Sign of Our Time.   All this Aquarian energy summons one of the main themes of the sign: the contrast…

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2024: Pluto in Aquarius in the Flight of the Dragon

By Mark Borax / January 9, 2024 /

Two main factors dominate the cosmic weather of the new year; one occurs every twelve years, and the other about every 250 years. Let’s begin with the more frequent: the flight of the dragon. Oriental animal years are based on commonly-known beasts such as rats, oxen, tigers, cats and so forth, except for the exception…

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