May 2016

We are familiar with myths, legends, and childhood stories about gods, goddesses, fairy godmothers, and wicked witches. Some of the characters in such tales are actually astrological players in the sky, and their effect on us earthly creatures is at times much like the mythical characters they are named after. A quick survey of some of those players — Ceres, Juno, Pallas, and Eris — and their placements during the month of May offer a lesson in how the asteroids and "dwarf planets" can enrich our astrological understanding of where we are and where we go from here. The feature beginning on page 32, "Three Goddesses and a Very Bad Girl," tells the story.

On page 38, "Is World Peace Possible?" is based on a remark by Pope Francis I that a terrorist tragedy in Paris last fall seemed to be one of several slow steps toward a worldwide conflict. A look at key astrological configurations over the next few years make the case that we will get through this, but read through it and make your own judgment. Do you agree or disagree?

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