Coming Soon!

9 03 2010

Attention Astrology Buffs! Do not miss the 1st International Astrology Day Blog Carnival coordinated by Donna Cunningham, CJ Wright and Mandi Lockley.  A 3-Day World Wide Web Blog-a-Thon  starting  March 19, 2010.

Below a sample of the themes that will be discussed! Much more coming up!

For more information go to:

The Cardinal T-Square: Personal Challenges – Practical Solutions

Keys to Effectively Handling the Cardinal T-Square Challenges

Find out how you and your loved ones may be affected by the T-Square!

A blog carnival is an internet-based event featuring a large, permanent collection of informative articles on a given topic. Several blogs host pages with article descriptions linked to sites where articles are posted. This particular carnival celebrates International Astrology Day and presents a variety of useful essays about ways individuals can contend with the cardinal T-Square during 2010-14.

The three host bloggers showcase articles on how transiting Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto will affect individuals’ lives and what they can do to integrate the useful side of each of these energies. Authors for each day give readers ideas and problem-solving tools to tackle the inevitable challenges and get back on solid ground.

Friday, March 19:

So you’ve STILL got Pluto Problems?

Saturday, March 20

Take Care of Saturn and Saturn Will Take Care of You

Sunday, March 21

Uranus in Aries: Claiming a Self-Reliant Future

For more information or to submit articles, contact: either of the Coordinators:

Donna Cunningham at

CJ Wright at

2010 International Astrology Day logo created by Margarita Camarena




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