Re: Fw: The Galactic Times - 19, 20, 21 and Announcement
Yes I have checked ou his website today too.
Under the "Oracle" heading
he has a pic of the sky, make a wish or ask a question, and click on
a star and you get a reading.
Kind of cute for us fixed star people!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Astrocalypse"
> Hello All,list. If not, here is his latest newsletter.
> Don't know how many of you are subscribers to Philip Sedgwick's
>can register with him, directions as below.
> He has a website at long last. If you are not a subscriber, you
>posting by e-mail. Seems AOL and I had a couple of conversations
> Happy reading,
> 19, 20, 21
> The Galactic Times for March 16, 2005
> by Philip Sedgwick
> Perhaps you noticed that last week there was no Galactic Times
about how many e-mails can be sent per unit time. No worries. There
is a solution. You can go to www.philipsedgwick.com, click on Star
Blogs, scroll to the bottom of the page and register your e-mail. You
will be sent a confirming e-mail that you must answer for the address
to be included. And last week's intended Galactic Times is posted in
the 2005 Archived GT Folder.
>a Luddite, after all. It just might seem that way, given the fixity
> Wait! Did you read www.philipsedgwick.com?? Yes, you did. I am not
in my chart. But I now have a website. You can visit this current
Galactic Times as well as many archived ones, ask questions of my
spiffy Galactic Oracle and get free weekly horoscopes starting
3/20/2005. These scopes will be just like the Space Scopes I used to
write for scifi.com years ago. Cool, huh? You can also order things
from my store and you will be kept up to date on all sorts of
galactic things. Speaking of which, tell me something I want to know,
>the 19th, the Sun enters Aries on the 20th and Saturn turns direct on
> Depending where in the world you are, Mercury goes retrograde on
the 21st. You've probably heard you astrologers caution you as to
Mercury retrogrades. Sure, everything having to do with paperwork, e-
mail and communication goes amuck. There is a way to work with
Mercury retrograde constructively. This Mercury retrograde occurs in
Aries. First, take your finger off the trigger of the rapid fire
communication urge. Think, before writing, speaking or screaming.
Imagine what result will be produced by blurting in the moment.
Compare that with a spoonful of restraint, possibly a dose of
communicative pleasantry and a well-thought statement. On 29 March,
Mercury and the Earth align. At this point, you can best attend to
all wayward communications, statements that require reissuing and
soothing talk, e-mail or IM ruffled feathers.
>Hemisphere fall begins. This change of seasons occurs at the equinox,
> On the northern side of the world Spring commences; in the Southern
which more or less means equal night. A balance of light and dark
results in terms of actual daylight, and a resetting of cosmic
balance also applies. A critical turn in the natural ebb and flow of
life causes reflection, consideration and suggests the tidying up of
disorderly elements such that one's personal life matches the
collective rhythms. Even the simple aspect of the weather enforcing a
change in the style of one's dress symbolizes these shifts. The
message seems simple. Things are changing in the natural annual
cycle. Act accordingly. What worked three months ago, probably won't
work now. Stay current. Stay timely. Stay seasonal.
>the seasonal pattern. Actually, it's current stimulation takes us
> Saturn offers a subtle little cycle of its own right now to enforce
back eighty-two days. Honest, it's worth counting back. Saturn offers
half of a 164 day cycle found in odd black hole system, SS 433, which
it now opposes as it stations to resume direct motion on the 21st.
>can suggest the simple rest/effort axis or it can indicate the flow
> SS433 dictates a need for clarity of one's own inner energy. This
of energy between the chakras in the body. Regardless, one must be in
synch. The Capricorn black hole entity that Saturn opposes insists
upon integrity. The issue of integrity arising here urges an
individual to do what they know to be their cosmic purpose in life
regardless of other factors. Consider this a reminder. Even though
you have a job, family, yard to rake, store to visit or e-mails to
forward, you still have a destiny and purpose for existence.
>obstacles for many to encounter. The ultimate application is to ask a
> Truly, the last couple of weeks have tossed up a series of
simple question that has a most difficult answer. Did the obstacles
impede the path of your progress toward purpose and destiny to
confirm your commitment to your life's cause, or did those buffets
seek to remind you that a more spirit-driven stratosphere exists at a
different altitude and on a different course? So hard to know.
>purposeful course in life. Mercury offers mental pause,
> The trinity of planetary effects at hand helps reshape the
reconsideration and the re-articulation of principal issues. The
Sun's seasonal reference urges a good clearing out of debris,
restoration of longer range vision and the recreation of vitality.
Saturn's change of course provides a correction toward one's more
cosmic drive in life, regardless of a touch of an "on the edge"
>be well seasoned.
> It's a gourmet feast of planetary and galactic energies. Strive to
>more times. You must opt in to receive it by e-mail as of April 20th.
> PLEASE NOTE: The Galactic Times will be sent through AOL only a few
At that point, the GT will appear under Star Blogs on my site and
sent only to those who registered their e-mail on my site (no
addresses will be sold or exchanged).
>to continue to do so. If you have a banner, I would be pleased to
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