Author: Rob Brezsny

Rob Brezsny is the author of Pronoia is the Antidote for Paranoia and The Televisionary Oracle, and a contributor to Pluto. He regularly posts horoscopes and excerpts on his website freewillastology.com.

Free Will Astrology 6/4–6/10

Horoscopes by Rob Brezsny   ARIES (March 21-April 19): The Persian scholar Avicenna was so well-rounded in his knowledge that he wrote two different encyclopedias. Even as a teenager he was obsessed with learning all he could. He got especially consumed with trying to master Aristotle’s Metaphysics, which did not easily yield its secrets to …continue

Free Will Astrology 5/28–6/3

Horoscopes by Rob Brezsny   ARIES (March 21-April 19): Keith Moon played drums for the rock band the Who. He was once voted the second-greatest drummer in history. But his erratic behavior, often provoked by drugs or alcohol, sometimes interfered with his abilities. In 1973, the Who was doing a live concert near San Francisco …continue

Free Will Astrology – May Horoscopes

Horoscopes by Rob Brezsny   ARIES (March 21-April 19): Chris Moneymaker was employed as an accountant in Tennessee. On a whim, he paid $39 to enter an online poker tournament. Although he knew a lot about the game, he had never competed professionally. Nevertheless, he won the tournament. As his award, he received no money, …continue

Free Will Astrology – April Horoscopes

Horoscopes by Rob Brezsny   ARIES (March 21-April 19): “Choconiverous” is an English slang word that’s defined as having the tendency, when eating a chocolate Easter Bunny, to bite the head off first. I recommend that you adopt this direct approach in everything you do in the coming weeks. Don’t get bogged down with preliminaries. …continue

Free Will Astrology – March Horoscopes

Horoscopes by Rob Brezsny   ARIES (March 21-April 19): To depict what lay beyond the limits of the known world, medieval mapmakers sometimes drew pictures of dragons and sea serpents. Their images conveyed the sense that these territories were uncharted and perhaps risky to explore. There were no actual beasties out there, of course. I …continue