In this Astrological Weather episode of the Astrology Hub Podcast, Predictive Astrologer Anne Ortelee and Amanda ‘Pua’ Walsh discuss the energies coming our way as described by the astrology.

When you tune in, you’ll discover what planetary aspects are inspiring this week's intensity scale of 9-10. Anne tells us that this is a good time to “lean in and learn something about ourselves.” We discuss how planets in the “path of fire” (Libra 15 – Scorpio 15) are arousing passionate emotions and reactions and why this may leave you feeling as if your sense of stability is shaken. We dive into tips on how to check in on your personal planets and uncover where anxiety or fear may be coming from. Learn how Mercury and Mars will soon shift out of retrograde and why it’s helpful to reflect on the recent lessons these two planets have brought to your attention. This is a great week to practice self-care and soothing rituals, and actively release what is no longer serving your path.

 It’s an information-packed episode! Here’s what you’ll learn:
  • What the “path of fire” is and how planets transiting this area of the sky carry a heightened passion and tips on how to navigate this energy in a positive way.
  • About Mercury’s shift out of retrograde and how this energy typically manifests on personal and collective levels.
  • How Mars, in its retrograde state, has highlighted internal anger, and why it’s important to ask yourself, “Why am I mad?” when anger arises and work to release this source of unrest.


  1. Kim frey on November 3, 2020 at 4:47 pm

    Thank you for navigating these times (and storms) for me. You are a light house in the night and Astrology hub has been the primary reason that i have been able to stay positve during these chaotic times!!!

  2. MaryJo Fulmer on November 3, 2020 at 7:10 pm

    Good book on anger, specific to women and intimate relationships: The Dance of Anger, Harriet Lerner. Based on the author’s clinical experience and workshops, this guide helps women understand the causes and patterns of their anger while providing specific alternatives for forging more powerful relationships.

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