Astrologer Tashi Powers tells us about the extraordinary changes she foresees between now and December. In the process she and Whitley cover everything from psychic attacks to life frequencies and so much more. Whitley tells a harrowing personal story about what might have been a recent psychic attack, and Tashi uses her knowledge to advise him and explain how it relates to his chart.

This is at once a deeply personal Dreamland for Whitley and a living example of what Tashi calls “Evolutionary Astrology.” At times sobering, at times delightful, always enlightening!

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  1. What a delightful episode! So looking forward to your book about Jesus. . . .

  2. When Tashi says that Mother Earth is going through the Galactic centre, what does that mean? It can’t be going through the centre of the Milkyway disk, as there is a supermassive black hole there… anyway for a host of reasons, that doesn’t make sense… so is she talking about the Solar system passing through the centre of the Galactic plane? If so, apparently, the last time that happened was 3 million years ago and won’t happen again for another 30…so I’m sorry to be blunt but what on Earth is she talking about?

    Does it mean something different in the world of Astrology, than it does in Astronomy?

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      She meant crossing the galactic plane. We can ask her on Saturday.

      1. Thanks Whitley, it would be interesting to hear Tashi clarify what she means by that, as I have heard the phrase banded around quite a bit.

        But just to clarify my position, I am not necessarily throwing the baby out with the bathwater here. The main issue that I think a lot of people have with regards to Astrology in general, is the seeming inability for macro structures to affect the micro level of everyday life. But I am not adversed to the possibility of this connection occurring through (for want of a better phrase), some kind of fractal resonance.

        Anyway, I’m going to keep my mind open and mouth shut(!) through the rest of the interview, to see if anything resonates with me.

        1. I was thinking the same thing, but Tashi did clarify in the video meeting: she was speaking about our astrological alignment crossing the core/galactic equator, and not the Solar System’s position in the galaxy, an observable alignment that makes more sense. If you missed the meeting Whitley will likely have the recording up soon, where you can catch the details.

          1. Thanks very much Matthew. Unfortunately, my mind reminded me about the meeting an hour too late – it’s a shame I missed it, so when Whitley does post it later, I will be interested to hear Tashi’s clarification, so I can try and get my head around it.

    2. SHERBET UFO……I have not listened to this interview and probably won’t get a chance until Saturday or Sunday. 

      Most of the time when I have a question such as yours, I like to find out what Edgar Cayce had to say. NOT SAYING HE WAS ALWAYS RIGHT BUT LIKE TO CHECK IT OUT.  I found the website below and you might want to take a look. It discusses ‘The Galactic Center’ as well as Edgar Cayce. 


      Vedic astrologers are sought out for their spiritual knowledge and expertise in prescribing remedial measures but they are also well known for their precisely accurate predictions. Edgar Cayce, “the sleeping prophet”, predicted in one of his trance sessions that Sidereal astrology (the Sidereal system is used in Vedic Astrology) would be the astrology of the future. Cayce advocated the Sidereal or the Persian system of astrology in his readings.

      1. Thanks for the link Carollee. I haven’t had a chance to check it out yet but I will… it sounds fascinating.

        And thanks for the correction in the link INDY.

    3. St. Augustine wrote in “Confessions” that one of the meanings of “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” is “In the beginning God created the souls and the material body.”
      The center is God in us. We are moving closer to divine Self-realization.
      This is a virtual reality, and everything in it has a symbolic meaning reflecting and pointing at the spiritual reality beyond it.

  3. The challenge seems to be:
    “Will you love your neighbor who seems to be your enemy by wishing his soul well, meaning that his soul may come to have the peace of God?”
    We can ask God for that. That we may have unconditional love as He has, meaning that we may have His love in us. And the neighbor have the peace of God. Regardless of what he might seem to do to us.
    (Our Spirit Self is presented as male, our Soul as female.)

  4. Another fascinating conversation. I still remember sitting next to you at Olandar and the projector blowing up at the very end of screening a film! You were so nonchalant about… “It happens all the time.”

  5. Thanks for this episode, I enjoyed it. Tashi’s take on astrology is interesting indeed!

    1. THANK YOU INDY for reposting this website. For some reason it looks good on my end of the computer but when copied over there is a problem??? It has happened before. Again I THANK YOU.

  6. Hey Guys, The first dream Whitley had, I think I understand the meaning, but not the source. It was so apparent that my comment is probably redundant, so no great insight here.

    Anyway, the image of the candle represents the book you are currently working on and it was an effort to frighten you into giving up your latest project. I’ve come to realize that these kinds of manipulations are generally hollow. This is proved by your second dream and I’m looking forward to your next book, as always.

    The dog-days of Summer are considered to be the period beginning July 3 and ending August 11. They are the hottest days of each year and are associated with the helical rising of the Star Sirius (at Sunrise). Sirius is the brightest star in the night sky.

    Also, the Egyptian symbol of the ‘Ankh’ is meant to represent Sirius rising over the horizon of the Nile.

  7. Whitley, your dream. I’ve come across CharlieFreak aka FreakSenseTV. He is teaching/intrepretating the True Jesus “Christ Jesus” and not “Jesus Christ”.

    Maybe have Charlie on and have a discussion in relation to your new book.

  8. It’s 11:00am on Saturday, August 15th, and while waiting for Tashi’s meeting to begin on UnknownCountry, I want to ask Whitley to discuss the two Courtney Brown interviews in “subspace” with Jesus and Buddha in Courtney’s book Cosmic Voyage in Whitley’s current book on the historical Jesus. Thank you, and I just re-subscribed to UnknownCountry.

    1. What a great meeting with Tashi and Whitley, thank you both. As Tashi says, “Choose joy.” That’s really the best choice, because there is no information in fear, or any other negative space.

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    It was powerful stuff, indeed. She is really a very strong soul] and expert in her discipline.

  10. Jupiter, Saturn and Mars have been quite spectacular from my perspective this summer.

  11. I enjoyed the interview, as well as the Zoom meeting with Tashi. Something about what Tashi discussed about Sirius shook some things loose for me, so to speak. It was not mentioned in the interview, but I feel that the connection between Sirius and the revered Egyptian goddess, Isis, is important, and by extension, the Orion constellation (Osiris, to the Egyptians. So much that I can’t go into here, including the new changes in brightness of Betelgeuse!). In addition, I remember reading about the color change in Sirius that supposedly happened around 500 AD. The star was described by ancients as red, changing to blue after the 500 AD date. Although Sirius and Orion are not considered part of the Zodiac, they do appear to have relevance to time and our reality . Here is the article that I am talking about:

    If Tashi is reading the comments, I would love to hear her take on the article, including its possible relevance to astrology and the time we are in now.


  12. Honestly I heard not one solid prediction. Only that “something big” will happen in Dec 2020 when Covid lightens up. Maybe I’m missing something or an unevolved soul thus far… I liked her but not sure I got any applied knowledge… perhaps I need a re-listen?

    1. We’re all unevolved souls, that’s why we’re here! 🙂

      Astrology isn’t actually about making predictions, but rather forecasting tendencies and trends that may affect present and future plans (hence December’s somewhat broad “something big”), but the system itself isn’t good at making outright predictions. It’s more useful for expanding on what we do know, and using what the charts say to determine what path one should or shouldn’t be taking.

      Whit’s example of John Hogue is more of what folks tend to expect from an astrologer, but astrology is only part of Hogue’s prediction process, with what he calls his “Oracle” offering more focused insight into what may come.

      1. Hi Matthew,
        Long time since you, me and Jim Boyle snuck into the Serpent Mound at night and I had all those weird flashes of colors across the sky and all the orb pictures! Remember that man?( Not sure if snuck is a word? sneaked?)

        Long time subscriber here and love UC & dreamland…try to get Natalie Sudman on the podcast- now there is a true psychic…

        All good no complaints here…

        1. Definitely James, it’s been eight years already! We really need more Dreamland Festivals…

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            I’ve been explorIng the possibility of a virtual Dreamland festival. I have been sort of hoping that we could do one in person though. This is why I’ve been hesitating.

      2. Matthew,

        Exactly! My partner and sweetheart is an astrologer. It is a very helpful tool, and in the end, each one of us makes a decision on each and everything that we do, regardless of what life throws our way. “The stars impel , they do not compel”, and we still have free will…and not all astrologers are also psychic.

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    This kind of astrology is about using our relationship with whatever the stars in their movements represent in our lives to live our best selves. That’s why it’s called evolutionary astrology. It will predict tendencies, which is what the December material was about, but you need another kind of astrologer to attempt to predict specific events that might happen in the future. That’s more what John Hogue attempts, for example.

    1. Agree. The zodiac is generalization and a long term count calendar for “thems”. None of this divination on a daily basis stuff. If a psychic/ remote viewer/ john hogue had a peep they would all be different.
      Keep up the good work.
      Get Natalie Sudman on as a guest- she is the real deal and has a compelling story. She gained her talents by essentially getting blown up by a mine in Iraq and almost dying…. incredible insights beyond the ethers….

  14. Hi Whitley-Black widows…spiders represent creativity. Maybe it was all good, the spiders, seemed they made you connect with your friend/landlord and maybe jolted you a little which can be a good thing. Don’t worry Whitley!

  15. Everyone should listen to the Ray Grasse interview with Mia Feroleto. Very interesting. He’s an astrologer….he gave dates to look out for. I’m listening a second time and taking notes.

  16. On the subject of JOY: “Even as the clouds let us shed down tears, and as the lightning flashes let us laugh at our coursings through east and west. By day, by night, let us think but of spreading the sweet savours of God. Let us not keep on forever with our fancies and illusions, with our analysing and interpreting and circulating of complex dubieties. Let us put aside all thoughts of self; let us close our eyes to all on earth, let us neither make known our sufferings nor complain of our wrongs. Rather let us become oblivious of our own selves, and drinking down the wine of heavenly grace, let us cry out our joy, and lose ourselves in the beauty of the All-Glorious” (Selections from the Writings of Abdu’l-Bahá (Haifa: Bahá’í World Centre, 1982), section 195, p. 236) [2].
    “Humour, happiness, joy are characteristics of a true Bahá’í life. Frivolity palls and eventually leads to boredom and emptiness, but true happiness and joy and humour that are parts of a balanced life that includes serious thought, compassion and humble servitude to God are characteristics that enrich life and add to its radiance” (Humour and Laughter Page 3)

    I have made death a messenger of joy to thee. Wherefore dost thou grieve? I made the light to shed on thee its splendor. Why dost thou veil thyself therefrom?

    34. O SON OF SPIRIT!
    The spirit of holiness beareth unto thee the joyful tidings of reunion; wherefore dost thou grieve? The spirit of power confirmeth thee in His cause; why dost thou veil thyself? The light of His countenance doth lead thee; how canst thou go astray?

    35. O SON OF MAN!
    Sorrow not save that thou art far from Us. Rejoice not save that thou art drawing near and returning unto Us.

    36. O SON OF MAN!
    Rejoice in the gladness of thine heart, that thou mayest be worthy to meet Me and to mirror forth My beauty” (Bahá’u’lláh, The Hidden Words)

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