Topics And Site Content

There are thousands of archived blog posts on Mystic Medusa’s blog about the 12 zodiac signs and various astrological information. Below are the links to some of the most popular search queries.

Aries       Taurus      Gemini       Cancer      Leo       Virgo    


Libra      Scorpio       Sagittarius       Capricorn     Aquarius       Pisces 


Saturn Return       Rising signs      Moon Signs     Pluto transits 


You may also be interested in purchasing an Astral DNA Natal Chart Report, which is an instantly downloadable interpretation of your individual astrological placements.

Good question! They are usually more intensive pieces with particularly pertinent information regarding the current trends and how you can strategically position yourself to the best advantage.

For example, the Turbulent Times series began with the Covid-19 threat and evolved into a series of seven articles, each approximately 3000 words, that blended Mystic’s always pertinent take on geopolitics and the economy with esoteric wisdom and- of course – the astrology. They’re not political diatribes – they’re pragmatic guides on thriving through turbulence and the most likely growth areas.

Others are more revealing or intimate on Mystic’s part and she simply doesn’t want to share with the internet at large.

The main ones are linked to from the Mega Mystic members page, which is a hub for the Horoscopes, Astro Alerts, Daily Mystic email archive, Tarot, Oracle, and Mystic’s Recommendations for books, articles, practitioners, and so on.

The Post categories are about to evolve as there are far too many posts simply called “Astrology.” These need to be further refined.

However, there are also the following:

Astro-Gaga – the home of surreal astrological whimsy and humor.

Zodiac Fashion – Style and celebrities seen through an astrological eye, with a blend of silly and helpful posts.

Relationship Astrology – This covers Synastry (birth chart to birth chart comparison), Sun Sign compatibility and a whole conga-line of Q & A about various mating + dating mishaps.

Inspiration – While not strictly about Astrology, this section includes poetry and strange things that Mystic’s found cool in the past. However,  it is being phased out in favor of the more structured recommendations in the Mega Mystic members page.

Asteroids in Astrology – If you’re into reading about these astro-phenoms that technically shouldn’t work but kind of do, this is your go-to. It has posts about an array of asteroids & some of the wilder commentary on the internet.

At the top left-hand corner of the page, you will see a search icon where you can search all archived content on Mystic Medusa. Please email [email protected] if you can’t find something you need or you think there is an error on there!



Promoted links and affiliate posts – never.

Guest posts – very occasionally but they’re not the ‘boost your SEO‘ kind. Rather, they’re from people Mystic thinks are interesting and pertinent to the moment.

The above is not meant to insult SEO strategists but when you receive 40 emails a week saying things like “Hi – I loved your article on (Pluto transits) and think it will be a great fit with my infographic on ‘how to choose bathroom toilet tiles‘…” complete with “Just circling back to see if you’ve thought more about our new collab” repeat follow-ups, you become jaded.

Mystic likes the concept of affiliate links but they (1) add a lot of extra code to the site and can have trackers in them and (2) would impinge on her ability to offer unbiased opinions. Her recommendations and thoughts are free of any obligation.

Mystic deleted the Facebook page in August 2021.

“The FB page had become unmanageable. It may seem counter-intuitive to delete a social media outlet with 157,000 “fans,” but I was profoundly affected by The Social Dilemma. I’d been uncomfortable with FB for a while, and that confirmed my unease. It was also stressful to deal with the inexplicably byzantine back end of Facebook.  A few examples:

* The MM page was shadow-banned for violating Facebook community standards because an image of the planet Saturn evidently constituted nudity. It was apparently “flesh-colored.” This was when I was actually paying them for page and post promotions, so it was concerning. Unless you are enterprise-level – i.e., spending hundreds of thousands a year on FB advertising, it is challenging to get beyond bots or bottom-tier “help.” I put up with hundreds of notices and warnings alerting me that Facebook did not tolerate pornography, etc. I was told I had to resubmit the FB page as a “swimwear company” bypassed the ban and repeatedly warned that Facebook could report me to authorities. When I finally got a phone call from them, it was so unsatisfactory that, unfortunately, I embarrassed myself by ending up yelling, “it’s a fuqing planet.” There were several such incidents – that was just the most ludicrous.

*FB refused to do anything about predatory trolls and con-people who would jump into every post on Facebook with comments like “Dr. Mogambo will place a curse on anyone you like…” continuing with all sorts of unpleasant, low-vibe drivel. Obviously, I could go and block/ban each commenter, but they would come back immediately. They are all over FB and are clearly automated bots, hoping to pick up business from legit “metaphysical’ sites. Still, no amount of reporting them and other similar disreputable businesses ever forced a change. For small and medium-sized businesses/content creators, it’s not feasible to have full-time eyes on it, but there would be an hour or so a week spent reassuring people that ‘curse-laying’ was not a MM thing, that the voodoo vibe was not us, etc. And, as you needed to do up to 1000 block, ban, and reports a week, FB would then start emitting auto-warnings that you were over-reporting and that they could penalize you for whatever their regulation was in that regard.

*FB never cleared their cache. This sounds minor, but it meant that when you went to do things on the back end, there were ghost sections that did not work but which nonetheless looked like they might. I had a ghost shop from 2014, which never went away and reliably generated a few hours a month of “sorry that Facebook shop is not actually up anymore and the product was discontinued five years ago” help emails. Multiple management sections were buggy and conflicted with one another “You can’t do that as you need to be a page admin – please ask your supervisor (yourself) to give you business manager permissions on page admin.”  Old posts with dead links could not be deleted, or they were, and then they returned, and so on.

I apologize if you enjoyed accessing MM via Facebook or seeing the posts in your feed. Even that was problematic, as people would email to blame MM for the posts having dropped out of their feed. I loved FB in the early days and was delighted to gather as many likes as I did.  To do a single post that would have reached all of them would cost about 250k, unfortunately.

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