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Astrology

  • Cultures across the world have consulted the stars about everything from agricultural practices and politics to romantic compatibility. Whether you’re a casual consumer of astro memes or intimately familiar with each planet’s position within your chart, digging deeper into astrology can be a meaningful form of self-reflection.
  • Guest host Omisade Burney-Scott is a proud Aries Sun-Leo moon-Virgo rising and has been looking to the stars since the '70s. She and her best friend of over 50 years look back on how astrology influenced their relationship growing up and how they move in the world today. Plus, she talks to two astrologers about how this practice can play a role in social justice movements and in the intersections of our identities.
  • "We finally have the first look at our Milky Way black hole, Sagittarius A*," an international team of astrophysicists and researchers from the Event Horizon Telescope team said.
  • Laura’s a Scorpio, and she reads her horoscope every morning for fun. But is there more to astrology than sun signs, and can it help us make romantic connections? | Support this show with a donation to wunc.org/give. Share your gray dating stories and questions with Laura at datingwhilegray@wunc.org.
  • Host Leoneda Inge rings in the new year with astrologer Tali Edut and asks what the stars have in store for 2021. Plus poet and cultural historian Darrell…
  • People of faith will argue that magic and religion are not the same thing; magic is often condemned as dark and unsacred, while religion is characterized…
  • People of faith will argue that magic and religion are not the same thing; magic is often condemned as dark and unsacred, while religion is characterized…