Category Archives: synchronicity

Counting alien civilizations

A NOTE FIRST: MERCURY TURNS DIRECT AT 1: 26 am PDT, 4:26 am EDT!! YAY! Above is the Drake equations: the first first equation to attempt to quantify how many alien civilizations might be present in our own galaxy today. When … Continue reading

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On July 12, author Pam Grout will be our guest on our podcast, The Mystical Underground. Some years back, I ran across her book E2. The idea that’s central to this book and her subsequent books- E3, Thank and Grow … Continue reading

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A more positive spin on Mercury retrograde

Three times a year, Mercury – the planet of communication – turns retrograde, where it appears to be moving backward relative to earth. It’s typically a time when communication goes haywire, travel plans change without warning, computers and phones crash, … Continue reading

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Where’s the love?

  In early 1980s, Robert Plutchik, an M.D., psychologist, and researcher, defined eight core emotions that everyone experiences. He grouped them into four pairs of polar opposites— joy-sadness, anger-fear, trust-distrust, surprise-anticipation. In the 90’s, Paul Ekman, another psychologist specializing in … Continue reading

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LUNAR ECLIPSE CAPRICORN

If you live in PDT, this lunar eclipse happens at 9:44 p.m. tonight. If you’re in EDT, it happens at 12:44 a.m. tomorrow morning. This eclipse is the third in a series that started on June 5 (lunar, Sagittarius), with … Continue reading

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Chaos by the Numbers

  Holly Granquist is a numerologist. She and I connected initially through IG, then she sent me an article she’d written in 2018 that connected a number of events through numbers. It was long and complex. In this email, she … Continue reading

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Pandemic Stuff

  Dates. On Wednesday, March 11, WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic. The next day, on March 12, I drove to Orlando for wine walk that evening. Rob stayed at home. He was supposed to have elective surgery the following week … Continue reading

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JULY FORECAST

  July kicks off in the shadow of the second Jupiter/Pluto conjunction of 2020 that occurred on June 30. Both planets are retrograde, so the focus is on large-scale achievements in the past. This conjunction occurs ever 13 years and … Continue reading

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Arlene’s Triple Synchro

My friend Arlene Ortner called me today while Rob and I were at the dog park. She had a synchronicity- and could I talk now? Arlene’s synchros are always terrific, and often layered, like this one,  which involves her sister … Continue reading

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What If…

  Two decades into the twenty-first century, more and more people are accepting the reality of paranormal experiences, according to the polls. While mainstream science and skeptics argue that you shouldn’t trust your own experiences related to the paranormal, it … Continue reading

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Trump’s Tulsa

  There’s probably not a synchro here, unless we consider that trump got duped into believing his Tulsa rally would be like nothing no one had ever seen by a bunch of media savvy teens. It sort of feels like … Continue reading

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Solar Eclipse in Cancer

June 21. The longest day of the year, the Summer Solstice, Father’s Day. It’s also the day of a solar eclipse at 00 degrees Cancer. This eclipse in the 2nd of three this summer – a lunar eclipse in Sagittarius … Continue reading

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Living

  Today, we interviewed Philip Merry, whose PhD is in grounded synchronicity – which means it’s based on personal interviews rather than on library research. The discussion was terrific. One of the things he talked about was how the media … Continue reading

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