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Lynn Bell

Lynn Interviewed by Kay Taylor

Kay Taylor: I’m really delighted I could meet with you today. Let’s just start at the beginning with how did you come into being an astrologer? Lynn Bell: I was a vociferous reader as a child, and would read anything you put before me, including cereal boxes and newspapers. So I discovered my horoscope when

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The Twin Mirror

In a year where the world has been spun around, turned upside down, where shock and surprise seem almost constant, Nature has now delivered a mirror for the destructive energies in the collective psyche. Hurricanes north of the equator spin counterclockwise, a direction in many indigenous traditions for the undoing of things, the dissolving of

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Stormy Skies

The Cloud of Possibilites

by Lynn Bell The world emerging in front of our eyes is one many of us could not have imagined.  When the team at the Oxford English Dictionary chooses “post-truth” for its word of the year, it ripples through the solidity of our world. Our pluralism used to be a cause of celebration. Now it

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Living With Family Connections

Originally published in The Mountain Astrologer magazine. Republished with permission. Tolstoy once famously said that all happy families are alike, while every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. This provides us with clues when we look at family heredity. Gifts tend to repeat in straightforward ways, while difficult patterns twist into varying forms

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Coming To Meet : Saturn and Mars

Mars and Saturn are a bright portent in the evening sky.  For ancient astrologers this was an ominous pairing of two malefic forces.  The urgency and desire of Mars meets the unbearable constraint, the impassible limits of Saturn. But if we step back and reflect, this may not be such a bad thing. Mars is

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Losing Our Heads – Mars and Uranus

So far this summer is all about the red planet run riot, Mars and more Mars. An angry immigrant uses a rented truck as a weapon in a grisly massacre that forever changes a moment of national celebration. Restaurant tablecloths become blood-stained shrouds, covering the corpses of children, wives, husbands, lovers. Grief. Horror. Just a

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