While Australia burns … we watch

Capricorn 2020 The heartbreaking images from Australia, especially of the animals, are difficult to look at. I am glad to see donations (and koala mittens) being sent, and ordinary people giving time and effort to support both animals and people in a devastated land. My heart goes out to all those who have lost everything, and to those grieving the …

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Election reflections

13 December 2019 The cosmos speaks? There is a lot is soul-searching in the UK today after Boris Johnson’s decisive win in the UK elections. Some astrologers predicted a good win for Boris. However, although I thought Boris and Nicola Sturgeon would do very well, I thought that Boris might not have had such a majority. I am still convinced …

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Brexit and the 23s

14 March 2019 Astrologically I find Brexit totally addictive. And Pisces time can result in addiction (my main Monthly Planet will be about this) so I guess that’s OK. After my post yesterday on Theresa May, Michel Barnier and Jeremy Corbyn, I thought I’d take another look at the UK chart. I use the one most astrologers use which I …

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Brexit – all at sea

13 March 2019 Yes, Neptune, the god of the sea is having a field day – or whatever the watery equivalent of that is. Astrologers have already pointed out the dangers of trying to get a vote through when Mercury is retrograde – The Oxford Astrologer’s ‘Brexit Collywobbles‘ being a case in point. Mercury is also in confusing Pisces, which …

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