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Happy Independence Day America, Your Birth Chart Is a Mess

The astrology of July 4, 1776 and what it means for us today

A photo illustration of the Declaration of Independence over a red background that looks like the night sky with stars.

As the country observes Independence Day this weekend, I couldn’t help but look at the state of the world and wonder how the astrology of the nation has manifested. This weekend is especially intense as we’re expecting a lunar eclipse and a Capricorn Full Moon…

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Ashleigh D. Jay

Ashleigh D. Jay

#Aquarius astrologer finding the logic behind your instincts. | I talk about business, self-mastery, and pop culture.

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