By Bill Herbst on Oct 14, 2012
A string of Uranus-Pluto aspects and other outer planet configurations will cause global turmoil in the next two years. Challenges apply to all corridors of massive, concentrated power and the institutions that provide support and reap the benefits. Corporations and governments around the world are vulnerable to the profound challenges of revolt (Uranus) and upheaval (Pluto).
By Bill Herbst on Mar 14, 2012
My intention is to illuminate Occupy through the lens of astrology, primarily by giving it a context in time. What is the meaning and the role of the Occupy uprising in this most amazing of periods in our history, specifically over the decade to come? What does it represent in the overall scheme of what is unfolding and might come to pass?
By Bill Herbst on Oct 5, 2011
June 24, 2012 is the “critical mass” point, the date of the initial partile pass of Uranus in first-quarter square to Pluto (exactly 90° ahead). That day, month, and even season does not, however, represent any “great awakening.” Rather, it is simply the first of the seven exact passes Uranus will make to Pluto over the three years from summer 2012 through spring 2015. Think of 2012 as the tipping point past which a Brave New World awaits and will unfold.
By Bill Herbst on Jun 18, 2011
The Uranus-Pluto alignment that defines the 2010s is the most significant
of all decades where those configuations occurred — more than than the revolutionary 1780s and 1850s, more than the convulsive 1930s, more than the turbulent and world-changing 1960s! The ruling elites will be hard-pressed to maintain their power as social, governmental, and commercial institutions lose coherence and break down. So they've declared war on the rest of us!
Category: Global News
Tags: age of aquarius, astrological forecasts, crisis of human civilization, environmental crisis/solutions, geopolitics, global financial crisis, global news, grand cardinal cross, people power
By Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Peter Saunders on Sep 10, 2009
Time to replace the dominant economic model with a circular eco-economy that mimics nature.
By Starhawk on Jun 23, 2009
The environment is not an afterthought: it’s the ground of economy, security and survival. Environmental protection, environmental justice and regeneration must be our top priorities, because they are the only sound foundation for every other endeavor.
By Bill Herbst on Jun 8, 2007
The decade of the 2010s will unfold as another lightning-bolt chapter in the recently accelerated evolution of humanity toward substantive change in how we live, work, and play on this garden planet.
By Bill Herbst on Sep 22, 2006
On June 25th, Saturn made its final pass opposite Neptune, and that is very meaningful. Our collective disillusionment, social malaise, and the longstanding sense of being lost in confusion while sinking in quicksand are peaking right now after almost four years of Saturn-Neptune's scandalous revelations, endless deception, and fantasies polarized to realities.
By Curtis Lang & Jim Ridgeway on Apr 10, 2001
The coalition of unions, consumer and women's groups who have been fighting the bankruptcy law are just about out of ammo. Both houses of Congress are expected to pass the measure this week, and President Bush has said he's ready to sign it into law.
By Curtis Lang on Jun 20, 2000
Financial statement information is of very little use in the valuation of Net stocks. There's no significant positive association between bottom-line net income and market prices. In fact, the association is usually negative.
By Curtis Lang & Jim Ridgeway on Jun 4, 2000
California's new $10 billion energy bailout plan is being greeted with skepticism by both industry experts and consumer groups. That’s not surprising because the state of California, which has already proven itself to be “the gang that couldn’t deregulate”, has rushed to implement an emergency plan that looks increasingly like a band-aid on a severe gut-shot wound.
By Curtis Lang on Apr 2, 2000
The dot-com bubble has burst. The Nasdaq bear refuses to go into hibernation for the winter. “Geek chic” suddenly looks as tired and dated as those Priceline PCLN ads with William Shatner that looked so cool only a few months ago, when Priceline’s stock was soaring.
Page 1 of 2 Older Entries >