Posted by: Donna Cunningham | March 24, 2010

New to Skywriter? Features You Won’t Want to Miss

©3-24-2-2010 by Donna Cunningham, MSW

 Are you among the big group of new subscribers and first time visitors that arrived during the Blogathon last weekend?  I’m delighted you’ve gotten here and want to make sure you know about some features that have been favorites with regular readers. At the top right hand corner of this blog, you’ll find the 275 articles on this site sorted into easy-to-use categories.  Here are some of the richest collections from that group:

A long series of articles for people who are being affected by the Pluto-Saturn square: A Pluto-Saturn Preparedness Kit

30 articles about houses, one of the key features of the chart:  Houses of the Horoscope 

Understanding the outer planets’ impact on love: Relationship Astrology

Career insights and current challenges: Vocational Astrology

Samples from my ebook collection: Bits from My Books and Articles

Tips of the trade for practicing or apprentice astrologers: Pointers for Professionals

One of the things I love to do on Skywriter is to create a series of articles to give readers a deeper understanding of a particular area of astrology. Below are the first articles in several of the most popular series, with links to the rest of the series at the end of the articles.

Welcome to the Skywriter community.  One thing you’ll quickly discover is that I have an intelligent, lively group of subscribers, and the comment sections of thought-provoking posts are the sites of rich discussions. Feel free to join us!   See a sample of those articles here:  10 Articles that made Readers Want to Share. Donna Cunningham

free astrology booklet by Donna Cunningham Sign up for a subscription, and get a FREE EBOOKLET for Skywriter Subscribers Only: Mothers, Daughters, and the Moon, a 50-page excerpt from The Moon in your Life. Read more about it here: New: Free Booklet For Skywriter Subscribers! 

 If you’re already a subscriber and want a copy, forward the most recent email post to me at moonmave@spiritone.com. To sign up for a subscription, go to the top right hand corner of the blog and click on “Subscribe.”  Then send me an email with your subscription confirmation or an email post with a request for the booklet in the subject line.

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  1. I am a great fan of yours and have even reached you on the phone a long time ago for a short chat. I have Neptune conjucnt my Sun right on my fourth house cusp sguareing my Cap moon. I am a very political animal and of the baby boom herd. I worry bout Neptune and how it is duping so many of my gereration buying into the victim status mentally. Being a Libra I know we really need a better balance between the two parties. I am afraid being of the hippie cutture there are too many flower minded people not seeing the whole story. I know waht Neptune can do to whole gererations and hope the next 13 years with Pluto in Cap does not tear us apart. I still beleive in the wisdom of common sense and hope it will prevail. Thank you.

    Shirl

    • HI, Shirl. I like what you say about Neptune duping whole generations. One time Steven Forrest came and gave a lecture to my local astrology group. It was at the time when Neptune was just moving into Aquarius, and he did a masterful job of tracking what Neptune had brought as it moved through Libra, Scorpio, Sag, and Capricorn, then by extention, what it would mean as it moved through Aquarius.

      He said it would be a period of giving up our freedoms while we have the illusion of doing things to protect them. That is exactly what has happened over the past decade, in the wake of 9/11 and Homeland Security. I will never forget that lecture, as I seemed to be the only person in the audience who got what he meant. I wish he’d come back and tell us what to watch out for as Neptune goes into Pisces next year. Donna


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