An Invitation

by Maria Theresa Maggi on October 15, 2020

“God’s Eye,” chalk pastel by Maria Theresa Maggi

My Dear Readers,

I wanted to invite you to check out my new website on Substack called Maria’s StarGarden. There you will find my first post, LIBRA NEW MOON HOROSCOPES for October 16, 2020, with Musings and Art from Maria’s StarGarden. This new venture is a space for me to express my astrological insights in a way I once did on the radio, as I described in my recent blog post “I See The Moon, The Moon Sees Me.”  This is a passion that has found me once again in these unprecedented times, and I am compelled in a way that feels blessed to answer the call to write these again.

This blog will also continue here, but since my readers here did not sign up for my astrological insights, I felt it would be more fitting to create a place specifically for those, which still come in the writing style so many of you have graciously read and enjoyed over the years. So if you are interested in the cycles of the moon and my take on how the astrology of those cycles feels and works from my point of view please click on the links above and check it out. There will be two time sensitive posts a month, one for the new moon and one for the full moon, and each will go up a couple of days before the actual date. If you like what you read, please subscribe, so you can be notified when I put a new post up, and I know I am gaining some traction with creating an audience. It’s free. I hope at some point to be able to request a nominal fee, something like $2.00 a post, to help compensate me for the hours I do spend writing both here and there. But at the moment I am just jazzed that I figured out how to start, amidst a myriad of technical setbacks induced by the regional fires and other not so  fun stuff. If you are a person who loves the moon or who is curious about or follows astrology, I hope you’ll join me.

And if not, no worries. I will still be writing here from time to time about what happens in my life that is healing and how the plant food I eat contributes to that. As always, I am ever grateful for your kind and insightful readership. I’ve learned so much from you over the years, and am blessed to have found my voice to describe here things important to me in my life, and to my surprise, discover how profoundly those things have resonated with others. I intend to keep on doing that, too.

Many blessings, my friends–

Maria (moonwatcher)

 

 

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