Beautiful Conjunction of Moon and Jupiter

Dear Angelique, I am so happy to be getting back into the flow of writing, and I am also happy that the whirlwind of upheaval and travel that I experienced last summer has finally calmed down. It's been a little more than a year since we started writing here, and I'm so pleased that it … Continue reading Beautiful Conjunction of Moon and Jupiter

New Calm Energy as Saturn Stations Direct

Dear Angelique It feels like forever since I've sat down to write for our blog! So much has been happening over the last few months, and it looks like the last time I posted an article was over six weeks ago, and it's been longer than that since you have posted. I came home this … Continue reading New Calm Energy as Saturn Stations Direct

Last Days of Mercury Retrograde bring freedom from negativity

Dear Angelique, I feel so happy to be writing to you right now.  What a whirlwind this summer has been.  You are there in the middle of the Amazon where I was just three weeks ago, and here I am on an airplane to Austin on the way back home.  I remember that Mercury stationed … Continue reading Last Days of Mercury Retrograde bring freedom from negativity

The Great Conjunction of 2020 – step into your authenticity

Dear Angelique, I am so happy to finally be writing to you. As you know, I was two weeks in the jungle with extremely limited internet, and now that I'm back I hardly know where to begin. I really enjoyed seeing the brilliant night sky, the Southern Cross, and Jupiter in opposition to the Sun … Continue reading The Great Conjunction of 2020 – step into your authenticity

No Wi-Fi! Mercury Retrograde!

Hi Angelique! I just found out the WiFi is down in Mapia, so I'm two weeks with no signal in a house with no electricity. I don't think I need say more about Mercury Retrograde being upon us! See you in two weeks! From Boca Da Acre, Amazonas, Brazil Spencer πŸ™πŸ»β€οΈπŸ‘πŸ»

Best time to see Jupiter and it’s Moons In June

Dear Angelique, Here I am writing you from the Holy city of Jerusalem. We started our trip here on June 10th, the exact date that we here on Earth moved directly between the Sun and Jupiter. This happens about every 399 days, or about every 13 months, and so this opposition moves forward through the … Continue reading Best time to see Jupiter and it’s Moons In June