It’s another long holiday weekend, and knowing my Uranians and Plutonians, I’ll bet that not all of you will be busy dyeing Easter eggs or baking hams and yams. (Chocolate bunnies are another story—I’ve been known to adopt a few of those myself.) A diversion is in order.
There were so many great features of the astrology blogathon a couple weekends back that many of you missed the huge selection of multimedia offerings—astrology videos, podcasts, and art. Below are links to sites where you can enjoy them, brought together for our Uranus Article Collection by CJ Wright of Auntie Moon.
Astrology Day Blogathon 2010: A Cosmic Art Gallery ~ Visionary artist and astrology blogger, Jude Cowell, presents luminous images of heavenly phenomena like the beauties shown on this page. Take time out to rest your mind and feast your eyes on her exquisite slide shows and special galleries. Jude also offers totes, mugs, mouse pads, greeting cards, and other hands-on versions of her art at her Zazzle Gallery: http://www.zazzle.com/cowelljude/gifts?cg=196506943145614471. (Shown at the bottom of the page is one of her coffee mugs.)
Voices from Astrology’s Past—Sound Bytes at the Astrologers’ Memorial: This vast collection of pages about astrology’s great contributors ably maintained by Liz Houle contains tributes and photos of colleagues we’ve loved and lost. Take a walk down memory lane, starting at this page of sound bytes.
The Art & Science of Astrology ~ Kent Bye and Jen Gouvea present over 8 hours of podcasts with 27 interviews from prominent astrologers at EngagedHeart.com. The interviews were made during the Northwest Astrological Conference in 2009.
Kelly Lee Phipps interviewed astrologers at the NCGR Baltimore conference for his documentary, Return of the Magi: A Documentary of Astrology. Here you have access to 36 interviews in one convenient spot. Bookmark it and watch them at your leisure.
Get your morning dose of what’s happening astrologically from Rick Levine and Jeff Jawer. They offer up the daily forecast in a fun and entertaining format at PlanetPulse at Star IQ. You can also get a two-week archive of their podcasts on Tarot.com’s Podcast Central.
Astro Tribes and Connecting in the Age of Aquarius ~ Are you nervous about venturing into social media sites? There’s a huge community of astrologers and astrology enthusiasts to connect with on Facebook (FB). Neeti Ray will walk you through setting up an account and set you on the right track of connecting with people who speak your language.
See the rest of the CJ Wright’s collection of features about Uranus—including 17 articles on Uranus transits here: Uranus in Aries: Claiming a Self-Reliant Future.
LINKS TO THE BLOGATHON ARTICLES COLLECTIONS ABOUT THE CARDINAL T-SQUARE: The International Astrology Day Blogathon was dedicated to helping people understand and work with the Cardinal T-square and included collections of more than 70 articles about transits by Pluto, Uranus, and Saturn. See all the offerings here: Blogathon Article Collection on the Cardinal T-Square or go directly to the individual collections here:
- Pluto Problems Got You Perplexed? Here’s What Helps!
- Look After Saturn and Saturn Will Look After You
- Uranus in Aries: Claiming a Self-Reliant Future
- Passing the Tests and Trials of Saturn to Build Better Relationships
- A Collection of Articles about Combining Essences and Astrology