Author Archives: Kody Simmons

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Sep

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Dream Big under the Royal Star of Antares

There’s something to be said for being noticeable and notable. Like the other three royal stars in astrology, Antares once gave us a way to note the change of seasons. Formerly known as Satevis, it is one of the brightest stars in our sky. It is the signature star of the Libra season, now known […]

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Jun

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Regulus: The Heart of the Lion Prince

Four Royal Stars also known as the four Archangels of the sky have been prominent in astrology. The Persians believed the four royal stars guarded the four districts which were representative of the four seasons. As the Watcher of the North, Regulus is associated with royalty and high position, indicating one who is trusted and […]

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May

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Love is in the air – and so is Change

In numerology, May 2018 is a 16/7 Universal Month (5+2+0+1+8=16). This vibration always brings radical transformation and change. It requires you to be completely honest with yourself and others so you can align with your soul’s intention and manifest your heart’s deepest desires. In Voodoo, love, passion and beauty are ruled by the Loa Erzulie […]

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29

Apr

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Scorpio Full Moon Ritual for Self-Acceptance and Transformation

Even though we all come from different backgrounds, deep down we all long for the same things. We all long for love, safety, comfort, and peace. We all long to feel a lightness and a joy as we move through the cycles and changes of life. Nothing stays the same. Life is always changing, we […]

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21

Oct

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The Magic of Halloween

These days, Halloween is filled with costumes, parties, candy, and adorable ‘trick or treaters’ going door to door – making great fun for kids and adults alike! The roots of Halloween or All Hallows Eve date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhaim (pronounced sow-in) which roughly translates to Summer’s End. The end of […]

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23

Aug

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The great eclipse is over, so now what?

On Monday, the visual display of the Sun being totally hidden by the Moon with just a ring of light indicating its presence, was truly spectacular. But just like a throbbing sun burn after a day at the beach, the psychological impact of the eclipse could be with us for much longer.

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