October 12, 2014- Episode 15
The exploration of the Precession of the Equinoxes continues as host Jennifer Ellsworth compares two Astrological systems. She also reads a poem about the moment a spirit leaves the body.
Moon Astrology: Waning toward last quarter in Gemini. Forgive your unfocused self.
October 5, 2014- Episode 14
The constellation Aries is slipping westward through the sky. Host Jennifer Ellsworth explains why. She also shares a journal entry about a feather hunt.
Moon Astrological Outlook: full moon in Aries Wednesday will put fire to your feet.
September 28, 2014- Episode 13
The 10th new moon of the year is the Hunter's Moon. Host Jennifer Ellsworth discusses the history of hunting privleges and reads a little diddy about a cricket.
Moon Astrological Outlook: waxing crescent in Sagittarius. Get ready to roam.
September 21, 2014- Episode 12
In honor of the Autumnal Equinox- also known as Mabon- host Jennifer Ellsworth takes a look at ginger, a food that celebrates this time of balance. She also reads a poem about frost.
Astrological outlook: the moon is in Virgo until Tuesday. A good time to task-master.
September 14, 2014- Episode 11
Craters, moondust, maria, Oh my! Host Jennifer Ellsworth discusses selenographic highlights of the moon and reads a poem about a perfect September afternoon in Maine.
September 7, 2014- Episode 10
The Full Harvest Moon is tomorrow night! Jennifer Ellsworth explains two ways you can celebrate the season and reads a poem about one of Maine's most common trades- carpentry.
August 31, 2014- Episode 9
Astrologers combine the scientific and the subjective when they offer horoscopes. Host Jennifer Ellsworth explains this balance as it applies to the zodiac, and reads a character sketch about a woman whose wealth is secrets.
August 24, 2014- Episode 8
Songs have been written about it! Host Jennifer Ellsworth philosophizes about the 9th moon of the year, the Harvest Moon, and reads a poem for a lost friendship.
August 17, 2014- Episode 7
The Man in the Moon is smiling... but why do we only ever see one face? Jennifer Ellsworth explains and reads a poem about those precious first tomatoes from the garden.
Sturgeon equals big ugly fish, right? Actually this creature is much more than that. Jennifer Ellsworth explains why on this first day of the Sturgeon Moon. She also reads a piece about a lady who's distinction comes from not thinking she's so special.