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Norah Guide Explains Mercury Trine Neptune…for Lovers

Monday, June 3rd, 2013


Happy June my friends I hope you all are enjoying this delicious season wherever you are in the world! This is the time of year when the weather forecasts are always impeccable, no? And your astrological forecasts have not been disappointing lately either if I do say so myself. If you follow my Tumblr blog then you already are accessing my daily astrological forecast, and if not, please do join us! Lately you may have heard me talk about the powerful effects of trines with the dreamy and intuitive planet of Neptune. What does this mean? Lately the most significant has been a Mercury trine Neptune, and this can be a very powerful aspect for those that need a boost in their romantic affairs. How? Let’s find out. Click to continue »

Norah Guide Discusses the June 2013 Astrological Forecast

Friday, May 31st, 2013


Hello folks, I hope you are enjoying a lovely May! As we move out of the month of May we look ahead to our June forecast. If you follow my Tumblr blog then you will already have access to my daily astrological forecast and know how I roll from the day to day end of things. Today we will take a sneak peek at what is ahead for the month of June. So let’s get to it! Click to continue »

Norah Guide Discusses The Transit Period of the Neptune Return

Monday, January 7th, 2013

We’ve been discussing some of the transit periods on this blog, and today we will turn our attention to another transit period, the Neptune Return. So many people wonder why they might have a transit period guide from one astrologer or another that looks similar to another transit period guide, or information on a transit period. The reason for this is because we are often all in the same transit periods as each other, as our transit period guides will show us where the planets are at a certain time in our life. Well, the planets are in the same place for everyone today, and so they will be as well in your transit period guides. When a planet completes a transit, or starts a new one, it is called a transit period, and there are other minor transits that may happen with your individual chart. Some planets take longer to complete a full orbit, others not that long. Neptune takes 165 years to complete a full orbit, so you won’t see a full Neptune transit in your life time. But knowing what is happening when it completes an orbit, as it did in 2010, can be very helpful. You can get information on what Neptune is up to in its transits on my daily astrological forecast on Tumblr if this topic is of interest to you. Click to continue »