Sagittarius Season 2020

Mars Out of Bounds 2021

Listen to this special episode of Ghost of a Podcast where Jessica Lanyadoo interviews Tony about the transit of Mars out of bounds in Gemini and Cancer in April and May 2021.

In this "podcast swap" episode we talk about Mars in the US Sibly chart, the current eruption of gun violence, and how to spot an out of bounds planet in your natal chart.

Check out Ghost of a Podcast: https://www.lovelanyadoo.com/ghost-of-a-podcast

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Learn more about Mars out of bounds in the natal chart: https://www.astrologyuniversity.com/shop/search-by-astrologer/tony-howard/mars-out-of-bounds-part-1/

Read the transcript: https://www.lovelanyadoo.com/transcripts/2021/4/30/203-astrology-hot-take-mars-out-of-bounds

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Sagittarius Season 2020

The Cosmic Eye Forecast: Taurus Season 2021

Listen to the month-ahead forecast for Taurus Season 2021 covering late April and most of May.

Vanessa Montgomery and Tony Howard chat about all things Taurus, PLUS the major planetary alignments this month, Saturn square Uranus, Mars out of bounds changing signs, AND the out of bounds peak for the year. We also share our favorite books for the month, monthly takeaways and mantras. Support our featured nonprofit this month at https://onetreeplanted.org

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Sagittarius Season 2020

The Cosmic Eye Forecast: Sagittarius Season 2020

Listen to the month-ahead forecast for Sagittarius Season 2020 covering late November and most of December.

Tony teams up with Vanessa Montgomery to highlight the hallmarks of 2020 Sagittarius season. We cover the Solar Sagittarius cycle, monthly Moons, headlining signatures *hint* Jupiter-Saturn wrap up, and Mercury out of bounds.

Mark the opportunity signatures in your diary with the sextiles and trines this month. We share what we’re currently reading and wrap up with key takeaways and a monthly mantra.

Geek out on the astro tech specs while combining them with the psychological humanistic side astrology offers: how this month’s energy could best be utilized with an eye on consciously navigating potential pitfalls.

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Astro All-Starz Podcast

Listen in as Tony joins Vanessa Montgomery on her podcast.

For this inaugural episode of the Astro All-Starz Podcast, and since we’re launching in Virgo season on the full moon in mystic Pisces, Vanessa has a special guest to kick of season one.

Our first interview is with Tony Howard, the lovely can-do 6 planets in Virgo Unicorn behind Astrology University and Fresh Voices in Astrology. If you haven’t discovered him yet this is a must-listen episode.

Vanessa LOVES talking to people with a stellium (3 or more planets in orb of each other, ‘conjunction’) because they are such a rich study of the expression of that one sign. She has one in Sagittarius (5 planets all up) and some of her fav people have one station on their dial.

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When Can We Expect Good Data? Mercury and COVID-19

When analyzing the astrology around the COVID-19 outbreak, most of us astrologers have been focusing – rightly – on the big planetary players, especially the Saturn-Pluto conjunction in Capricorn that was exact in January 2020.

But all of the planets at any moment in time are worth looking at. They color the details of any breaking news, especially news that impacts the entire globe so quickly. They give us nuance, or alert us to trigger moments, or moments of change or new energy in the context of the longer emerging story.

In this post (and short video) I want to focus on Mercury, because its movement correlates with key details about how this story has been unfolding, especially in regards to Mercury-ruled dynamics like the spread of information, scientific testing and research, and messaging, whether from governments, the media or people sharing with each other over social media.

If you reflect back on the last couple of months (February and March 2020), would you say that information has been clear and presented objectively? Has it been easy access factual data – or any data for that matter? Do we have all the data needed to make the best decisions? Has there been a predominance of misinformation and confusion?

Read more: When Can We Expect Good Data? Mercury and COVID-19

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