A Newsletter In Rainbows
...a briefing from my perch in the final week of my stay on the Azores
Over the past few days, this island has been under attack by wind dragons and perennial chuva (Dartmoor like mist-rain). It has created the perfect environment for the proliferation of the most rainbows I’ve ever seen in my life. Single ones, double ones, even quads if you blur your eyes just right; circles and other strange shapes morphing over my perch all day long. It’s been glorious. I think I like it here.
Last weekend, this rumored Atlantis inspired my favorite class to date on Pisces (Neptune themes). You can find that below. It has also improved my relationship with my ever-deepening commitment to writing. It’s easier with little distractions, yet it’s inspiring to see something growing inside me that I’ve been dreaming up for most of my life. Substack has had a role to play. The fact more of you seem to see my writings here and its ease of use has given me some extra powder and inspiration. So thank you, for being a part of this. Below, you can find LINKS to what was churned out over the past week or so.
Here is the LINK to the final Constellating Signs class on Neptune. I’ll be releasing the whole package for the Signs later this week if you are interested:
My latest writings:
Last week we had an incredible light show in the West between Venus/Jupiter/Moon. This is what I wrote about it:
And another one on Venus as well:
There was also a Dragon Hole that I dropped with the New Moon about many themes you may or may not find interesting:
My latest Podcast:
I also squeezed out my 2nd solo show of the year. This one is about Saturn in Pisces. It seems like it’s having quite a nostalgic effect-especially on Gen Xers:
You can also download the entire first part of the series HERE:
I’ve also got a brand new website. All of my classes aren’t transferred over yet, but they will be soon. If you are looking for something in particular, you can still find it at Holestoheavens.com.
I just love that photo. Writer heaven.
A land of rainbows with cows tromping around in what looks like an alpine meadow that inspires a deepening of one's creative powers... I need to go to this place. Atlantis or no, it looks truly magical.