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MAY 2007

May 2007 General Astrological Influences by Boots Hart

by Boots Hart

Astrologically, May is centered on self-examination, preparation and exploration of options, with the whole of the month leading up to Mercury’s May 30th entrance into the "shadow" of its upcoming retrograde.

So let’s start there. As a planet moves forward (in direct motion), back (in retrograde), then forward again (direct) over a specific set of degrees, the issues which were present as the planet first moved into the "retrograde shadow" (those degrees being traversed multiple times) tend to continue, generally resolving only once the planet has gone direct for the third time and left the "shadowed" degrees.

As for Mercury....

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May 2007
Table of Contents
May 07 Daykeeper Home
Special Report: The Virginia Tech Shooting
Alex Miller Mignone: Rudy Giuliani
Crystal: Marry Your Inner Anima or Animus
Alex Miller Mignone: The Firing of Don Imus
Daily Success Guide
May 1 through 31
Boots Hart: General Astrological Influences
The Maya Archives
Astrologer's Bookshelf: The Alchemy of Nine Dimensions
Goddess of the Month: The Sphinx
Sign of the Month: Taurus
Maya's Sun Sign Archives

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