Posted by: aspicco | November 28, 2017

Waiting For The Train…

At 9:47pm the other night, while waiting downstairs, the 9:51pm train arrived at the elevated Eltingville train station on Staten Island. I immediately rocketed out of the car and was flying up the stairs (or so I imagined.) Somewhere behind me my wife and mother-in-law were following me as fast as possible. About 12 steps before the platform, I called out “Hold the doors!” and immediately fell. As I hit the stairs I saw the doors reopen on the train! Behind me my wife said “We won’t make this train.” and I called back “No!” (It was pretty cold and I did not want to stand on an elevated platform for 30 minutes.) I launched myself back on to my feet and just as I neared the top, I fell again! Ow! But this time two people tried to help by grabbing my upper arms and lifting. We were not functioning very well as a team but I was up on my feet again and almost hurled directly on to the train. I turned around as my wife and mother in law caught up, and thanked everyone on the platform as the doors closed. Phew!

My wife was concerned about my knees, so we checked, and I had a little scrape on my right knee, but no tear in the fabric. Oh and yeah, they were aching, but not too bad. And I thought what a nice little moment. Adversity was overcome. Strangers happily assisted me. And even though I tripped twice, we caught the train. Sweet all around.

And then I thought to myself, from the second I saw the train arriving early, I stopped thinking, really, and was totally “in the moment.” I was immediately responding to a semi-emergency and was action-oriented. OK it was no “He Man, Master of the Universe” moment, but maybe that was the point. Ideally even small, so-called trivial things can still put you “in the moment” if you respond to it that way. I could complain about the bad train schedule, or tripping and falling twice, but we made the train with the spontaneous help of strangers. What a wonderful connected kind of feeling, both to other people and also to the universe as a whole.

Yes, there are things that go wrong every day, but there are also things that go right. I want to acknowledge both.

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NOTE: My Internet radio show is also called Cosmic Tuesdays. It is on every Monday from 9:30pm to 11pm on the HeyZRadio network. Join me for 90 minutes every Monday and we can have some fun together. I interview astrologers, psychics, palm readers, authors, yoga teachers, aromatherapists, Kaballah experts, acupuncurists, energy channellers, NDE survivors and all kinds of interesting people.

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Posted by: aspicco | August 11, 2017

My Third YouTube Astrology Lecture

On June 9th, I did another astrology lecture at the request of “EA Zoom Meetings by Evolutionary Astrology,” discussing “How I Read A Chart.”

If you are somewhat acquainted with astrology basics, but have trouble finding your way into a chart, and putting together a “real person” from all the bits of astro data and info, this chat might help. I walk through step-by-step how I get into a chart, using two very different natal charts. Every astrologer will eventually find a technique or process that works best for him or her, but I offer my way as a method to consider, use and see if it makes sense for you. Perhaps there will be some methods you will take with you and incorporate into your own process?

If you do watch it, any feedback would be welcome, from questions about the material to comments about potential improvement.

And, I still have my ongoing internet radio program, interviewing all kinds of interesting people: astrologers, psychics, mediums, acupuncturists, palmists, NDE survivors, hypnotherapists, reiki masters, medical herbalists, past life therapists, energy healers and so much more… Join us every Monday evening from 9:30pm to 11pm Eastern Time for CosmicTuesdays, the radio show. Find me at:
CosmicTuesdays

And listen at: http://player.streamlicensing.com/2225?l&stream_id=3824

Posted by: aspicco | May 9, 2017

My Second YouTube Lecture

Last week I did another astrology lecture at the request of “EA Zoom Meetings by Evolutionary Astrology,” discussing The Underlying Unifying Foundation of Basic Astrology. They video-recorded it via Zoom and popped it up on YouTube. Just click on the title to be transported to the video.

I hope you enjoy it. At one point during this lecture my brain short circuits for a moment and I make a mistake, but I correct myself immediately. These things happen. If you do watch it, any feedback would be welcome, from questions about the material or comments about potential improvement.

I may do another one in a few weeks, showing how I approach looking at a chart, and going through it step by step.

And, I still have my ongoing internet radio program, interviewing all kinds of interesting people: astrologers, psychics, mediums, acupuncturists, palmists, NDE survivors, hypnotherapists, reiki masters, medical herbalists, past life therapists, energy healers and so much more… Join us every Monday evening from 9:30pm to 11pm Eastern Time for CosmicTuesdays, the radio show. Find me at:
CosmicTuesdays

And listen at: http://player.streamlicensing.com/2225?l&stream_id=3824

Posted by: aspicco | April 19, 2017

My First YouTube Lecture

Last week I did an astrology lecture at the request of “EA Zoom Meetings by Evolutionary Astrology,” discussing the basics of understanding Saturn, and called “Saturn Is Not The Problem.”

Well, they video-recorded it via Zoom and popped it up on YouTube, so, here I am:
Saturn Is Not The Problem

I hope you enjoy it. I hope to do another one in a couple of weeks, discussing the very basic foundations of astrology. When I do, I will post it here, too.

Feedback is welcome, if you decide to watch.

And, I still have my ongoing internet radio program, interviewing all kinds of interesting people: astrologers, psychics, mediums, acupuncturists, palmists, NDE survivors, hypnotherapists, reiki masters, medical herbalists, past life therapists, energy healers and so much more… Join us every Monday evening from 9:30pm to 11pm Eastern Time for CosmicTuesdays, the radio show. Find me at:
CosmicTuesdays

And listen at: http://player.streamlicensing.com/2225?l&stream_id=3824

Posted by: aspicco | December 6, 2016

Mercury Will Be Going Retrograde Soon…

I always have mixed feelings discussing Mercury retrograde. Many people use it as an excuse. Most of those people know just enough about astrology to use it as a new boogeyman. But honestly, with a little bit of preparation and awareness, it isn’t that hard to weather the few weeks of Mercury retrograde. It happens 3 to 4 times a year and the next time it is going to happen is starting on December 18th, 2016  and ending on January 8th 2017.

Before I get into the specifics of this upcoming period, let me give you a general picture of what Mercury retrograde implies. Mercury is the planet that symbolizes communication, thinking, local travel, your immediate neighborhood, and electricity and electronics. So when it goes backwards you have to keep an eye on those areas of concern. There will be missed phone calls, dropped phone calls, mixed-up plans for appointments or travel, and lots of various miscommunication. Sometimes the Internet and computers get a little quirky, too. But, like any retrograde planet, you can have a lot of success with things that you “re.” You can reassess plans, you can rewrite things that you think need to be worked on, and you will expect to rearrange your plans from time to time.

This time around Mercury is going retrograde at 15° Capricorn 7′. And although I am not a mundane astrologer (one who uses astrology to look at world events) I do find it curious that it is going retro the day before the Electoral College votes on who won the Presidency. Capricorn can often be seen as the symbol of tradition. But it is going to go backwards. At the same time, Mars is leaving Aquarius and entering Pisces. Mars, the planet of action and assertiveness, is entering a sign known for its compassion, sensitivity and empathy. Also on the day Mercury goes retrograde this year, it will be making a conjunction with Pluto. Pluto can often symbolize major shifts in society. And since it is in Capricorn, a symbol of practicality, it may have a tendency to assist in correcting mistakes. When Pluto first entered Capricorn in 2008, that was when the banking crisis hit. And many astrologers considered Pluto in Capricorn as the energy behind the corrective measures that needed to be taken to properly restore the economy. I am not making any predictions at all about the election but I do find it a curious shift at that time.

The next key days would be December 28th and 29th. At that point the Sun, Moon and Mercury will all be conjunct in Capricorn. If you are prone to sitting down and assessing your life during the previous year and looking at the possibilities of the upcoming year, these would be a great days to do it. The energies of Capricorn are excellent for long term planning and taking a look at the big picture.

On January 2, 2017 the Moon, Mars and Neptune will all be conjunct in Pisces. The Moon and Neptune make this conjunction every month but adding in Mars adds a lot of energy to the situation, in a very emotional way. If this connects with you, you may find January 2 to be very deeply felt. With it all in Pisces there maybe an overwhelming sense of empathy, Compassion and a connection to everyone else in the world.

Mercury keeps backing up until January 8 but on January 3 it will back into Sagittarius for a few days before it goes direct. So expect about a week of mental release so to speak, For Sagittarius is a bit more open-minded and playful mentally than Capricorn.

And Mercury will go forward again. Until that happens, remember to double check your appointments, leave a little extra time as a buffer when you are traveling, and make sure you have a Plan B. Expect a little difficulty in moving forward, but that is what Mercury retrograde does.

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NOTE: My Internet radio show is also called Cosmic Tuesdays. It is on every Monday from 9:30pm to 11pm on the HeyZRadio network. Join me for 90 minutes every Monday and we can have some fun together. I interview astrologers, psychics, palm readers, authors, yoga teachers, reiki msters, aromatherapists, Kabbalah experts, acupuncurists, energy channellers, NDE survivors, witches, medical herbalists and all kinds of interesting people.

 

Posted by: aspicco | September 20, 2016

SPI • RITUAL

I have spent most of my life as a fairly undisciplined person. A big chunk of my astrological chart even suggests a certain amount of spiritual chaos is my natural operating style. It has worked to my advantage, but not all the time. Other than my ability to do astrology readings, most of my psychic and/or intuitive abilities are strictly random and catch-as-catch-can. I have often found myself a little jealous of professional psychics who can tap into their abilities pretty much whenever they need to.

It is not that I haven’t taken courses in training that have emphasized discipline. I just have a tendency to abandon the discipline after a short while. I continue to use the abilities I have learned. I send reiki energy to people regularly, either in person or remotely. I am certainly capable of giving an excellent astrology reading using the rules, regulations, and beliefs of astrological teachings. And yet there is a part of me that resists discipline.

Many years ago there used to be a guy who lived across the hallway in my apartment building. We would often get into philosophical disagreements. The only thing that stayed with me during our ongoing discussions was his belief that any system can help a person if they follow that system with regular self-discipline. He claimed giving a solid, viable structure or system to anyone who was, perhaps, lost or confused, would help. He claimed it did not matter what the structure was, as he felt the very nature of structure would help a person delineate and define themselves. I thought it was more important to have the right kind of system or structure in order to find a way to improve yourself. I still believe that. Not every system works for every person because one size does not fit all.

Recently I have been trying to look at my life in the bigger picture, trying to ascertain where I have made mistakes and where I have functioned in the healthiest possible way. Although I frequently recommend daily, regular meditation to many people, I am embarrassed to admit that I myself am a very sloppy meditator. I often tell my astrology clients who are looking to improve their potential creativity and psychic abilities that regular meditation is one of the basic building blocks. You need to exercise your intuition the same way you need to exercise your body. You might not be able to lift 100 pounds right away, but if you practice weightlifting on a regular basis eventually you will. And I apply the same concept to intuition. The more you learn to train your intuition, to exercise it, to meditate on a regular basis, the more likely you will learn to trust your intuition and strengthen it.

So last week, while I was writing, I accidentally put a space in the middle of the word spiritual. And I saw for the first time that the word “ritual” was a major part of the word spiritual. And a ritual is something done over and over again in the same way. And yes, doing something over and over again in the same way is a method to blank out the logical brain a little bit and let intuition come through. So “ritual” is a form of exercise and discipline.

I guess I am going to have to stop being so lazy.

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NOTE: My Internet radio show is also called Cosmic Tuesdays. It is on every Monday from 9:30pm to 11pm on the HeyZRadio network. Join me for 90 minutes every Monday and we can have some fun together. I interview astrologers, psychics, palm readers, authors, yoga teachers, aromatherapists, Kaballah experts, acupuncurists, energy channellers, NDE survivors and all kinds of interesting people.

Posted by: aspicco | June 21, 2016

What Does “Age of Aquarius” Mean, Anyway?

Thanks to the hit song by The Fifth Dimension from the Broadway musical “Hair” we all seem to know “this is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius” but what does that mean, actually? Well… let’s see if I can give a shot at explaining:

Generally speaking, ages in astrology last a little over 2,000 years, and there is no common consensus among astrologers as to exactly when one ends and the other one begins. Some claim the 1960s were when the Age of Aquarius began. Some say the past couple of decades. Me, when I look at some of the meaning and symbolism of the Aquarius, I could see it as beginning at the dawn of the Industrial Age. Aquarius is partially about new ideas, new inventions, and new technology. And it is also about using that new technology to help the world. The symbol for Aquarius is the water bearer. In ancient times the water bearer was the one who went to the well or river or any source of water and brought it back to the tribe. The water bearer was an individual bserving the greater good.

And the ages of astrology go backwards through the zodiac, so we have left behind the Age of Pisces. Pisces embraces everyone in the world as one. Aquarius acknowledges we are all one, but also respects the individual, respects personal freedom and everyone’s uniqueness. If one looks at the start of Aquarius connected to the Industrial Age, which is generally dated as beginning in the 1700s, this is also when human rights became an issue. The individual became important. Monarchies were getting toppled. The American colonies and France both had revolutions to overthrow royal rulers. The Dutch abandoned royalty a century earlier.

So I think the past 300+ years or so have been the growing pains and adjustment period of the start of the Age of Aquarius. The past 30 years in particular have seen quite an acceleration in Aquarian activity. The Internet and all of its social connections have certainly shifted power from the top-down model. In a funny way we are becoming more tribal again. It has given us the ability to connect with many other like-minded individuals regardless of location. In my own experience, before social networking, I had direct contact with maybe 10 or 20 astrologers, and I live in NYC. Now I have access to hundreds of astrologers’ opinions through Facebook groups and online websites. And this carried through in many areas of interest. Scratch the surface of the web and there are mutual interest groups for politics, embroidery, Bob Dylan fans, cooking clubs, and on and on. Everyone has an equal say, and if they don’t like one group they can find another or else start their own. The other side of the past 30+ years includes a swelling of interest in “new” ideas that challenge the status quo belief systems. “New” can mean ancient practices seeing a revival, such as astrology, numerology, feng shui, etc., and it also can be applied to modern inventions like biofeedback, reiki, quantum physics and more.

I believe much of the current upheaval in the world is the result of traditionalists resisting change, and traditionalists always will. And I am not knocking tradition. There are many valuable things that should be kept and brought forward. The dawning of a new age (actually I think it is mid-morning already) does not mean trashing everything that went before. The ideal response will be to keep what resonates and still serves us, and trash the rest.

And one of the best guidelines for what to trash vs what to save can be found in the symbolism of Aquarius, where personal freedom matters, where respect for each individual matters, and where each individual respects the common good, and each other. And Aquarius is also about new ideas, crazy challenges and uniqueness.

Personally I encourage people to let go of traditional beliefs and to cobble together their own spirituality, create their own religion. In the Age of Pisces when many people wanted to merge together, mutually held beliefs mattered, but that was then. The new truth is, one size does NOT fit all. We can have common ground and still all be unique and distinct. Every one of us matters, whether they are public figures or socially involved or introverts hiding out at home, participating in the world via the Internet.

We are deep enough into the Age of Aquarius that I think it is time to embrace it, and not fight it. If it is the future vs the past… well… the future usually wins. The clock keeps ticking.

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NOTE: My Internet radio show solo is also called Cosmic Tuesdays. It is on every Monday from 9:30pm to 11pm on the HeyZRadio network. A half-hour shorter, but just as good. Join me for 90 minutes every Monday and we can have some fun together. I interview astrologers, psychics, palm readers, Kaballah experts, acupuncurists, energy channellers and all kinds of interesting people.

Posted by: aspicco | November 11, 2015

Everyday Mysteries and Magical Events

For me, physical reality has always been a wiggly thing. Yes, there are scientific “rules” and many things are allegedly impossible but I see evidence to the contrary. To me, the laws of physical reality are essentially only very strong suggestions that operate most of the time, but some events “fall between the cracks.” Some things happen in a unique, rare, inexplicable manner and are not verifiable… but they happen.
Years ago, when I was in art school, when signing my art with my name, I started adding a star in a circle to it. It resembled a pentagram, but at the time I did not know what a pentagram was. Like any artist, I just liked the way it looked. A few years later I had one of my ears pierced and a friend gave me a gift of two earrings custom made to match my signature, one silver, one gold, and they became fixtures in my ear. I wore either one almost non-stop. At some point in the 1990s I decided to stop wearing the earring. I was in my 40s and it seemed to me to be a little bit of a desperate attempt to still seem cool, so I took both earrings, placed them in a small wooden case, put them at the back of a drawer, and let the hole in my ear lobe close up. End of an era, so I thought.

One afternoon, about 10 years later, while wandering the apartment in my stocking feet, I stepped on something that startled me. It was my gold pentagram earring. I checked the wooden case at the back of the drawer. Still there. And the silver earring was in it, alone. Called my wife at work. Nope. She hadn’t touched them. Okay. I took the mysterious hint, had my ear re-pierced, and started wearing the silver and gold again.

One day in late spring the gold earring was missing from my ear. Reached up one afternoon. Gone. I assumed it had come loose somewhere. Crestfallen, I went to get my silver earring. Also gone from where I kept it. Um—?

Called a psychic friend of mine who, among many other wonderful things, sometimes helps me locate lost objects. She said her spirit guides claimed I needed learn to live without them before I could have them back. Okay. This has been a difficult year for me emotionally and spiritually, and this news did not make me any happier, but okay, okay. I knew there was more to it than just that, but okay. I used an old turquoise star earring as a placeholder. Months went by, and my astrology business dried up. I was teaching and lecturing but no clients. Nothing seemed to be going smoothly. My wife bought me a sweet surprise gift of a pair of silver Capricorn earrings, and I started wearing one. I am a Cap. Seemed like a decent replacement. I pouted a little yet, but went on, trying to work it all out.

This past weekend I volunteered at a psychic fair and did 6 short astrology readings in a row. And I approached these readings in a new way. It went very well. This past week I got booked to do a conference in late November and will be reading dozens of people over a weekend. I recently launched a new Internet radio show (see below). And just two days ago, as I was cleaning, I moved the coffee table. Face down on the floor of the living room was my gold earring. It still had the back on it. What—? But I was delighted. It is back in my ear. I still can’t find the silver one but, ok, so far so good.

For me, physical reality has always been a wiggly thing. Have things like this have happened to you?

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NOTE: The Internet radio show I had been co-hosting these past 18 months with Sharita Star has gone on hiatus. Sharita has other things she needs to focus on right now, and so I will continue solo with a radio show also called Cosmic Tuesdays. It is on every Monday from 9:30pm to 11pm on the HeyZRadio network. A half-hour shorter, but just as good. Join me for 90 minutes every Monday and we can have some fun together.

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Posted by: aspicco | September 22, 2015

Wait. What? That Was Intuition?

I love astrology. Really, I do. I love the reliability of it. I love that it works whether I am feeling inspired or not. Give me someone’s birthday data and I can do a reading for them.

But I am also lazy. (I have mentioned that previously.) So sometimes I look at psychics and mediums a little enviously. They don’t have to calculate charts. They don’t have to analyze the planets. They just “tune in” and get the information. And to that end, for most of my adult life, I have tried to improve my intuition. I believe we all have some intuition, some psychic abilities, even if some of us are more skilled than others. I am also of the belief that psychic abilities, like muscles, can be improved with exercises and paying careful attention.

I have also tried all my life to not let my logical, rational mind bully me. On one level this has wreaked a bit of havoc with my self-discipline, as I resist routine, but it has also opened my mind to be better at free association and picking up “vibes” when I’m looking for a psychic flash in a given situation.

This past week I was working on a project and decided to have a drink. I brought a glass with ice to my desk, opened a 16 ounce bottle of soda and filled the glass. I put the unfinished bottle of soda down on the desk and a thought flashed through my mind “put the cap back on the bottle. You could spill it.” But I dismissed the thought, assuming it was my logical mind applying rules. Within less than 60 seconds, I knocked over the bottle of soda, spilling it all over the floor. I ran and got some paper towels while cursing myself for being clumsy and proceeded to mop up the mess.

While I was on my hands and knees cleaning the floor, I thought about the situation. And I realized I tripped myself up with my resistance to logic and rationality. When the thought in my head told me “put the cap back on the bottle. You could spill it,” it was not my rational mind but my intuition talking to me. To me, the rational mind is always applying the same warning to the same situation. If I was a rational person I would always replace the cap on an open bottle of soda, because that would be the rational rule I would routinely apply to the situation.

So foolish me, I used my anti-logical prejudice to ignore a genuine intuitive insight. I was psychic enough to know I was going to knock over the soda, but I did not trust myself enough to take the necessary steps to prevent that particular future from happening. And to me that is one of the useful aspects of being intuitive: to prevent unwanted events from occurring.

Intuition can be a subtle thing. Sometimes it is simply a thought fluttering through your mind like a butterfly. I have to learn how to stop talking myself out of my intuition. After all, as much as I love astrology it would not have been able to warn me about knocking over a soda.

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NOTE:
I co-host a weekly internet radio show called “What’s Your Sign? I Have Your Number” with Sharita Star, numerologist and a fellow astrologer. It is on the HeyZ Radio Network on Monday evenings from 7pm to 9pm at http://heyzradio.com/shows/signs-numbers/ We discuss astrology, numerology and have assorted guests, ranging from fellow astrologers to psychics, mediums, entertainers, tarot card experts, reiki masters, authors, and all things metaphysical. To listen, go to the chat room on their website when the show is on the air. If the sound gets spotty during the broadcast, refresh your browser. There is also a downloadable app here: http://heyzradio.com/app/ if you wish to listen via smart phone or tablet.

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NOTE #2:
Once a month I host an astrology meetup in NYC, usually during the second week of any month at the Quest book shop. If you are in the NYC area and are interested, you can register for free at http://www.meetup.com/nyc-astrology/ and get monthly announcements of upcoming lecturers. All levels of astrologer are welcome, from beginner to experienced professional. There is an intro chat for beginners, and then the main lecture. Oct 13th will be a lecture titled “Working With Our Moon” by noted astrologer Heather Roan Robbins (www.roanrobbins.com)

Posted by: aspicco | May 5, 2015

Love In All Its Forms…

This past week I was reminded of some of the unexpected forms love can take in our lives.

A few days ago, via a Facebook post, I learned a friend of mine had passed away via a short bout with lung cancer. At the end, she was surrounded by family. I met her back in 2002. She was a vibrant, alive, troubled and energetic woman. She was a political rabble-rouser, an artist and a theatrical performer. She had hard times, she wrestled with her demons, but she always arose again to start another fight, do another benefit or performance, and to have another go at it… whatever “it” was for her. Sometimes we drifted in and out of contact. Sometimes I encouraged her. Sometimes she encouraged me. I had met her as a fellow fan of a Bob Dylan, but it turned out we enjoyed many of the same music, and once, when I heard she wanted to learn more about one musician, I mailed her my CDs. I was thinking of selling them. I sent them to her instead. She asked me what she could do for me. I said send me some interesting postcards. I got dozens of them. A few of them are still up on my wall. I can see them as I type this.

So I sit here, saddened that she is no longer here, but happy and enriched to have known her. And I never physically met her. Never got a chance to hug her. She lived in Christchurch, New Zealand and I live in New York City, but she touched me and I like to think I touched her. I was a little surprised at the depth of my response to her death. I didn’t quite consciously realize how much she meant to me until now.

And I am more oblivious than I realized, emotionally, because I got another reminder this week, too. I have a friend I have known since high school. We were friends during our college years, we drift, we connect again, we drift again, but when we connect we are always close, always honest and direct with each other when talking about the things that mattered.

Well, recently she told me there were a few times in her life when she didn’t love herself, but that I was there to love her, and it helped her through. I was honored and flattered (and maybe a little surprised) to have been such a good friend, and a little embarrassed, too, because I had no idea whatsoever she was feeling that way at those times. How did I help someone without even being aware I was helping?

Well… I did.
And this is why, every day, we need to be loving and kind.

Let me close with a favorite quote of mine:

“Our job is to love others without stopping to inquire whether or not they are worthy. That is not our business and, in fact, it is nobody’s business. What we are asked to do is to love, and this love itself will render both ourselves and our neighbors worthy if anything can.” ~ Thomas Merton

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NOTE:
I co-host a weekly internet radio show called “What’s Your Sign? I Have Your Number” with Sharita Star, numerologist and a fellow astrologer. It is on the HeyZ Radio Network on Monday evenings from 7pm to 9pm at http://heyzradio.com/shows/signs-numbers/ We discuss astrology, numerology and have assorted guests, ranging from fellow astrologers to psychics, mediums, entertainers, tarot card experts, reiki masters, authors, and all things metaphysical. To listen, go to the chat room on their website when the show is on the air. If the sound gets spotty during the broadcast, refresh your browser. There is also a downloadable app here: http://heyzradio.com/app/ if you wish to listen via smart phone or tablet.

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NOTE #2:
Once a month I host an astrology meetup in NYC, usually on the second Tuesday of the month at the Quest book shop. If you are in the NYC area and are interested, you can register for free at http://www.meetup.com/nyc-astrology/ and get monthly announcements of upcoming lecturers. All levels of astrologer are welcome, from beginner to experienced professional. There is an intro chat for beginners, and then the main lecture. May 12th will be a lecture on How I Look at Interpreting A Birth Chart.

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