Evolution and Emergence

November 2011 I always like to read what Bruce Lipton, the author of ‘Spontaneous Evolution’ is up to. This month his newsletter is in the form of a video which I really liked. It’s about 11 minutes long and I think worth taking the time to watch, as it providers a positive message in these troubled times. And an explanation of what astrologers would associate with the current …

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My heart goes out to Norway

July 2011 What a terrible experience it must have been yesterday in Utoeya Island and in Oslo with the bombing. At present it seems to be the work of one person, which may or may not be more comforting than a bigger organisation claiming the deed. Being able to keep tabs on a single person has always proved to be …

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Talkin’ ’bout my generation

Cancer 2011 Cancer time – one of the sensitive water signs. With all the opinions being aired in an emotional way about Rupert Murdoch, News of the World and that redhead Rebekah Brooks, astrologers have been having a field day. A birth time for Murdoch which is categorised as B, pretty good, is doing the rounds. Yes, we astrologers have …

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Killer Salads

 June 2011 I was just reading a blog post (in Dutch) by my friend and colleague Liz Hathway. She analysed the chart of the time that the first E-Coli victim in Germany reported sick. Knowing Liz she has done her research into how that time was found! I agree with her –  it is a good example of the fight between those two …

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Can astrology help Christchurch?

Pisces 2011 Each time I finish a post, my mind wanders off looking for ideas for the next one. In my head I had it all sorted out this time – it was to be about how we need to re-evaluate the victims and underdogs in our society. Pisces planet Neptune, will change sign soon, returning to his own sign …

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Pluto still the biggest kid on the block

November 2010 Thank goodness.  In Pluto’s time of the year, Scorpio – when else –  science has proved that he is still the biggest known body in the Kuiper Belt. Part of his reclassification to a Dwarf-planet in 2006 was due to the fact that there were many other objects out there and he was possibly smaller than the then recently discovered …

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