Sunday, August 22, 2010


Every August, for the past several years, reports have circulated around the Internet regarding Mars being so close to the Earth that it looks as large as the Moon.

In case you've recently read that, please know that it is not true. Mars was at its closest proximity to the Earth a few years ago -- and was very bright -- but, as said this morning, "To see Mars as large as the full Moon, you'll have to board a spaceship."

And remember to be good to yourself this week -- we all deserve it!


  1. With my tears flowing as the full Moon did not bring the changes my heart desired. I turned my mind to other subjects and I noticed from the planetary aspects coming up that "The Great Square of Pegasus will align with the moon and Jupiter on August 26, 27th 2010. (in two days) I researched it and learned that Pegasus was born from the Union of Neptune and Medusa. In the Astrological influence of this themes of the sea and spirituality from Neptune, and the rage of Medusa.
    "The constellation portends events concerning ships and the ocean, and also changes in the weather" [1]
    "It causes extreme misfortune, murder, suicide, and drowning" [2]
    "Tied up with 'malefics' this could lead the native to loose his life in catastrophes, such as floods, shipwreck, mining accidents, airplane accidents or maybe suicide. On the other hand, it is possible for a positive influence for some people, it can have a positive effect on their mental creativity, if these people are ready to receive such inflow" [3]
    In these Uranian times we are opening up to the help from Astrologers, intuitive healers, all associated New-Agers and freaks.
    Pegasus carrying us from The Ages of Pisces to Aquarius. It makes sense with the horrible Floods, The Oil Spill, the people trapped inside the mines that are occurring now.
    [1] Fixed Stars and Judicial Astrology, by George Noonan.
    [2] Fixed Stars and Constellations in Astrology, by Vivian Robson.
    [3] Fixed Stars and Their Interpretation by Elisabeth Ebertin.

  2. Just stopped by to see visit : ) Thank you Pam... Sure love that last sentiment... reminding us to be good to ourselves and that we (ALL) deserve to experience joy and nourishment!
    Balance, harmony, light, & creative joy!
    With love,

  3. just an fyi, during the end of august thru much of september 2003 mars was as close to earth as it could possibly be in our lifetime. i will never forget what the huge ball of red planet looked like sitting on the pacific ocean in shelter cove, ca nor full moon west in the sky....while a fire raged down the mountains into the ocean. pam, love your weekly perspectives. thank you