What To Do in Santa Fe and Psychic Predictions About Other Places

Tense But Skirting plus Mercury Retrograde

Dear Readers,

A vast improvement is on its way when it comes to delivering your psychic horoscopes and messages for the month:  someone else will be in charge of getting them to you!

There are five planets retrograde right now, but this particular Mercury rx is a great time to experiment with potential improvements and home arrangements, better use of time, etc.  I welcome your feedback about the automated delivery when it gets going, and without further ado, here’s the July newsletter! It’s separated into two posts: this one, and the one below with personal guidance, July’s Eclipse and Summer Message horoscopes,  and psychic predictions.

Dear Friends,

July is always exciting in Santa Fe, but the 2019 summer season has the best and the most free entertainment of all of them…

Tonight is a special event to kick off this weekend’s International Folk Art Market, “The Procession of Nations”. Locals and visitors gather to see and greet the visiting artists representing their countries as they parade in the plaza wearing their traditional ceremonial clothes. And then we get to dance with them to world-beat percussionist Frank Leto and his band PANdemonium!

Downtown Santa Fe is the scene tomorrow night of a rare and special surprise: rhythm n blues singer Soulman Sam, who entertained Santa Fe for six great years and then moved to Austin, is in town and will be doing a show at Evangelo’s Bar on San Francisco Street, that’s Friday night the 12th. (p.s. Soulman Sam  will also be there Sunday 3-6 pm)

Saturday night has even more going on! There’s a much-anticipated free concert at the Railyard with the very hot-sounding Greyhounds from Austin, Texas. Afterwards a block away at the Railyard Performance Center, there’s a deejay dance party and fundraiser for the September African dance and drum festival  Wassa Wassa, with a performance by Soriba Fofana.  Soriba and his band will also open for the upcoming free concert featuring the touring African singer Natu Camara, who is coming straight from Haiti. The occasion for such a spectacular Saturday night on July 20th is Jambo Café’s 10th anniversary, the beloved Santa Fe restaurant that serves so much more than good food.

Even though I have a lot to look forward to every day this Summer, early this morning the cold, cruel world invaded my happy space. My super-neat Biria step-through olive green cruiser was stolen outside a coffee shop downtown, and I had to walk home. And it was locked! The policeman who took my report was a very nice man, but the process was disturbing. I was asked for my social security number, where I worked, what I did, the name of my business, etc. Then the officer took my driver’s license to run a police check on me.

It’s much easier to forget about my bike than it is to ignore how Orwellian and intimidating America is becoming, and how our democracy is hanging by a thread. We haven’t united yet around this shocking reality, and in the bubble that is Santa Fe, it took this very different-feeling encounter with current rules to bring its pervasiveness home to me.

Which reminds me, something hopeful about this month I forgot to put in the newsletter is that this particular Mercury retrograde cycle brings solutions – it brings us back to the drawing board to get things right – and it can also bring the return of relationships, and even missing items! May it unite the country, and me with my bike!

Have a wonderful rest of the month, wherever you are,



Tense But Skirting plus Mercury Retrograde July 2019
Tense But Skirting plus Mercury Retrograde July 2019
Tense But Skirting plus Mercury Retrograde July 2019

Events/Itinerary: July and most of August, I’ll be in Santa Fe for psychic counseling and spiritual healing sessions and private events:

Psychic Counseling and Spiritual Healing: Private appointments in person or by phone. 227 E. Palace Avenue Suite T,  by the Santa Fe plaza; off-street parking. elissa@elissaheyman.com or office phone: 505-982-3294. Text: 505-577-4012 Information: http://elissaheyman.com/servicesfees.html

Underground America and New Community Art Events in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Holiday Message from the Mountain Spirits of Santa Fe

[st_row id_wrapper=”elm_5a15d1a99de63″ ][st_column span=”span12″][st_text id_wrapper=”st_text_83722ff9505609d7334933aff5c57b66″ ]November 22-28th:  There seems to be a new energy in the air, not to get too woo-woo, but people are more magnetic, meaning they more quickly attract things that are relevant to them, helpful to them, that they are in some way energetically connected to , and so challenges, too, can come quicker. Things are going to speed UP. You’re going to see people act very fast. You’re going to want to act fast when it comes to making certain changes. This is the right time to go with the flow of your own  energy, even if it is upstream and against the current of everyone else’s. Be your own self…be true to yourself now. You’ll never regret it. Be with those who know how to uplift, that’s very important now. Be with those who are trying to uplift themselves. People who are not like that have a license to kill, in their own mind…in other words, a license to do anything… something about the new energy this week can free people to do anything they want. Happy Thanksgiving from the planets! The Sun enters fiery and optimistic Sagittarius, Neptune goes direct which causes peoples’ heads to clear, and at least for the next week, it’s full steam ahead for people and their personal plans. Then Mercury goes retrograde December 3rd…[/st_text][/st_column][/st_row]

Help! Scenic Entrance to Santa Fe Set to Become an Ugly, Noisy, Polluting Strip Mine

Save This View  From Becoming A Gravel Pit
Save This View From Becoming A Gravel Pit

So a few people can profit, this beautiful historic and cultural treasure of a mesa will be leveled by a strip mining operation and turned into a gravel pit, and forever more, the bright lights, trucks, dust, and ugliness of a pit mine will be what greets people at the entrance to Santa Fe. The water it takes to operate the mine and keep the dust contained could mean that there isn’t enough water for Santa Fe county residents in the future. This historic landscape, integral to Santa Fe’s image, and the kind of view that visitors are coming here for, will be permanently destroyed by this shortsighted greed-fueled plan to level La Bajada mesa. It’s not too late to save it, but time is of the essence! Now it’s crucial that people sign the petition and email the group making this decision, and all the information to make your voice heard by the right people is at http.www.savelabajada.org  The public meeting has been postponed to March 20th; it makes a big difference to the outcome when people show up in person to protest, details at www.savelabajada.org.