DTA002: October 2013 Forecasts wGuest Dr. Steve Moreau

It’s a miracle, but here is an actual FORECAST podcast for October 2013! It seems I always start forecasts too late in the month for them to useful, but at least you’re getting it by the first of the month this time!

This month we are talking about the Sun in Libra and what that means for your immune health, and the other astrological and health significations of the month to be aware of.

We talk about Saturn and Rahu in Scorpio and Halloween. The New Moon is in the nakshatra of Hasta, and the Full Moon is in the nakshatra of Aswini this month, and we talk about what that means for your health.

SUMMARY of PODCAST Episode 02: OCTOBER 2013 COSMIC CLIMATE FORECASTS with Guest Dr. Steve Moreau

Dr. Steve Moreau, traditional Chinese Medical Practitioner & AstrologerDr. Steve Moreau is a traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner and a Neuro-Feedback practitioner, as well as an astrologer. We will be talking about what the planetary signs and positions are for the month of October, as well as health recommendations based on Chinese medicine.

You Will Learn:

  • What is happening astrologically this month
  • What the New and Full Moon theme is for the month
  • The Nakshatra positions of the New and Full Moon
  • What part of the body, or meridian, is emphasized in the fall
  • What foods to eat to support that part of the body
  • Vitamin D production and how crucial it is when the Sun is in Libra and throughout the winter
  • Eating organic and local from the farms in your area
  • and more

LINKS:

To contact Steve for a Skype medical consult or for a health astrological reading, email him at kmt205@gmail.com.
MANUAL FEED:

Here is a manual feed if you want to subscribe to my podcast without going through iTunes: http://divinetimeastrology.com/feed/podcast/

 

 

 

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