Those planets at it again?

24 June 2020 In my last Taurus post I said: well almost … this is what I actually wrote: We are waking up Jupiter and Pluto come together again this year. My Sagittarius post of 2019 talks more about this. Around the time of the first meeting in early April, average global graphs showed a spike in what have been registered as …

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Will the US join the 27 club?

January 6 , 2020 When Amy Winehouse died, tragically at a young age, I wrote a post about an astrological method that throws some light on the 27 Club, which has members, usually well-known artists, who died aged 27. Amy was only 27 describes the Huber Age Progression method, which has a critical point in the 5th phase at around …

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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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