Sunday, August 26, 2018

Mars Direct! Making Our Preferable Future Vision For Life On This Planet Into A Concrete Reality

Mars is poised for direct action at 28 degrees Capricorn tomorrow morning (7:05 a.m. PDT), and we shoot into the workweek on a serious mission...

With Mars concentrated in late Capricorn until re-entering airy Aquarius September 10, we're masters of our own work, our own status, and our own domains, and we're looking to put that mastery into concrete action in immediate ways. 

See a problem? Solve it.
See a loose end? Tie it. 
See a weakness? Strengthen it. 
See an opportunity? Take it.

Mars, exalted in Capricorn, is associated with competition and setting oneself apart, and with Mars in the latest degrees of Capricorn until September 10, intensifying these qualities could put you ahead of the competition:

- responsibility 
- respectfulness 
- professionalism 
- efficiency/time-saving
- leadership with vision
- management skills, especially while under pressure
- maintaining a stiff upper lip, even within trying circumstances
- focusing on the bottom line, on the dollars and cents
- being willing to work longer and harder than the next person

Sunday, August 19, 2018

A Via Combusta Venus Retrograde: Reaching Escape Velocity From Old Hurts, Heartbreaks, and Relational Trauma-Prints

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Sunday, August 5, 2018

Fukushima Tweet Storm August 11, 2018 for the New Moon in Leo Partial Solar Eclipse

"I'd do anything for you, baby."


"Anything at all, all you have to do is say the word." 

"OK, then. Tweet about on August 11 during the Fukushima Tweet Storm and help make Fuku a Twitter Trending topic."

Drive your love interest(s) wild with maya-destroying sociopolitical tweeting action! 

Love, art, and relationship planet Venus is just about to enter it's own sign of justice-oriented Libra on August 6 (4:27 p.m. PDT). With Venus transiting the sign of the scales, wooing our amours by standing up for what's right is oh-so on-point.

We're currently moving to a New Moon partial solar eclipse at 18 degrees Leo on August 11 (2:58 a.m.) with Mercury Rx (communication) in Leo (creative expression) in a square aspect to Jupiter in Scorpio (spotlight on the subtext).

Digging up some hidden (Scorpio) truths (Jupiter) about Fukushima and broadcasting them via our own fun and funky social media (Mercury in Leo) is right on track. Use your personal creativity, style, and influence to put Fukushima on the map in the collective psyche.

The last New Moon solar eclipse we experienced in Leo in August 2017 coincided with Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, so I would say a Tweet Storm on Fukushima for this Leo New Moon eclipse is right on track. A storm being used for good instead of ill!

Make it fun. Make it funny. And at the same time, show how hot + woke you are: a truly winning combo that will put you way ahead of the CNN and Fox News-consuming competition! 

Tweet or retweet about on August 11, 2018 during the Fukushima Tweet Storm and help make Fukushima a Twitter Trending topic!

If you're looking for source material, has many eye-opening media reports compiled over the past seven years.

The forum CafeRadLab is also a wealth of information, driven by independent Fukushima researchers.

Dana Durnford's YouTube videos on his most recent voyage are highly pertinent, along with his archive of previous shows. 

There are also many Willow's Web Astrology articles on The Astrology of Fukushima starting from March 2011 that could use a little push into collective awareness.

Spread the word about the Fuku Tweet Storm, and see you on Twitter August 11!

Willow's Web Astrology on Twitter 

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Willow's Web Astrology is Plagiarized By a "Truth-Teller (TM)" Who Then Lied About It When Caught

My most recent article on Fukushima from July 28, 2018, titled, "Deconstructing the Worldwide Media Blackout on the Ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: California Wine is Just the Tip of This Radioactive Iceberg," was plagiarized by Dave Hodges of The Common Sense Show.

Hodges' version of the article was published on his own The Common Sense Show site, as well as on his show's Facebook page, on July 31, 2018. (

It was also published July 31, 2018 on the Before It's News site, titled, "Evidence is Mounting That Fukushima is a Progressive Extinction Level Event." 

Ironically, Hodges styles himself as a "Truth-Teller (TM)," and Before It's News is a site devoted to reporting truth that has not made it onto mainstream media.  

Hodges has used the exact same (quite obscure) research sources - every one of which I had to dig for extensively - in the exact same wording and sequences I used in the original article. He even references "crickets" coming from government like I did in the original. And if you click on the "400 tons of radioactively-contaminated water" hyperlink in his version (at the end of the article under "Quiet Revelations)," it goes to one of my articles on my website from May 21, 2014: "If You Are Still Eating Pacific Ocean Seafood, Now is the Time to Stop." This is just as it appeared in the original article on my site.

When I emailed Hodges about the plagiarism, requesting that he either credit me in the article or remove the content, I received this diminishing reply from him:

"In looking at your article and my article, I pulled from original sources and you did same. I also pulled from previous research I did. Your article is not worthy of notation because none of the material was original to your site. Otherwise, I would have cited it. You don't own the topic and you don't own the original sources."

This is a blatant lie. This is my original journalism and research that he is stealing and passing off as his own.