Tag Archives: Carol Ann Ciocco

Carol Ann Ciocco – 7 Planets In Pisces Conclave – (11-12 March) – 10 March 2013

Hi everyone, as you may have heard, we have a veritable CONCLAVE of planets in Pisces at the New Moon on Monday March 11. The Moon and Sun will be in Pisces, and so will the planets Mercury, Mars, Venus, Neptune and Chiron (an asteroid that acts like a planet). This adds up to an intensely dreamy and mystical gathering in the most spiritual of all the signs.

If you are sensitive to etheric energies (and even if you’re not!) you may be feeling a bit hazy, confused or spacey lately. The fact that Mercury is Retrograde only adds to this feeling. Even Venus and Mars are considered by Shamanic Astrology to be “off the world stage” or “in the Underworld,” as they are so close to the Sun that they are hidden from our sight. Continue reading

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Carol Ann Ciocco – At Midnight On New Year’s Eve, We Are Directly ‘Downstream’ From Sirius – 28 December 2012

siriusThe Sirius-New Years Connection

I’ve often written in this newsletter that the Gregorian Calendar is essentially a “bankingcalendar, established for commerce and the paying of bills. I’ve often advocated our need to bring other calender-awarenesses into our culture, such as the seasonal calendar (the Mayans called it the Haab) which recognizes Solstices and Equinoxes and other seasonal points within the year; and also a more sacred calendar such as the Tzolkin. But this is one of those times when the Gregorian Calendar is right on the mark! Deeply embedded in our cultural celebrations of “ringing out the old and ringing in the new” is a celestial fact that indeed showers us with the blessings of a new beginning. Continue reading

Carol Ann Ciocco – Pleiadean Ring Of Fire Annular Eclipse – 17 May 2012

Slowly the Pleiades dropt like dew from bough to bough of the cinnamon trees. William Roscoe Thayer, Halid

Eclipses 2012 Gemini Pleiadean Eclipse

Hi everyone, as you may have heard, on May 20/21, 2012 we will experience an Annular Solar Eclipse at 4:47pm Pacific Daylight Time (11:47pm UT). This is a partial eclipse, not total. The Moon will glide in front of the Sun but will not cover it completely because the moon is too far away in its orbit around Earth to appear large enough in our sky to cover the sun. Continue reading