Bye bye Britain

June 2016 I need to get Brexit out of my system so I can get on with life. So maybe a post will help. This is one of my ‘Not the Monthly Planet’ posts which I write only when I get involved in a topic. In astrology circles – the ‘see I was right’ thing has begun while the Bremain predictors are …

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Branding the Bull

April 2013 – Amsterdam is getting ready for the party of a lifetime. And we are ready. Tulips everywhere and the red white and blue of our flag at every corner. And then there is the Orange! Everything from cakes to hair is orange. The trams have the Dutch flag flying (for days now) and the boats have gold crowns. …

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Prepare for 2012

June 2012 Right! Astrologers have been waiting (and forecasting for quite some time with both anticipation and dread), for a series of sky happenings that will finally start this month. Their effects are already being felt worldwide – the planets not the astrologers. I have written before about the meetings between Pluto and Uranus in the coming years. This is …

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Visual overload

April 2012 Now there’s yet another thing we probably should use on the big bad web. I must admit this one is easy and fun and probably is a good idea in the scheme of things. I just added a pin (yes it’s actually the old-fashioned kind meant here I think) of friend and astro colleague Liz Hathway and she said …

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US vs NZ

 April 2012 It may sound like a game but it’s about comparison. Lately I came across two things comparing these two countries. One is a article on a book called Fairness and Freedom by David Hackett Fischer. The other is an article from the New York Times called Elephants Down Under by Thomas L. Friedman. Both are written by Americans who …

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Scary Photo

March 2012 This morning I was reading my paper and having a coffee as per my usual Saturday morning ritual. I try to avoid the economy section as it is usually depressing, not to say repetitive.   However my eye couldn’t avoid this photo (this one is from the euronews.com site but is almost identical to the one in the …

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