The Moral of the Sydney Siege

Sagittarius 2014 As this is the Sagittarius Monthly Planet, I was intending to write about Saturn entering this sign on December 23rd, where he will stay for a few years. But events somewhat overtook me. Since 2012 and possibly even earlier, astrologers have been commenting on an unfolding celestial drama involving the clash of two gods – Uranus, the sky …

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Backwards to go Forward

Sagittarius 2013 Sagittarius – the archer in the sky. We are just at the end of his period in the year and about to meet the goat again. So we are in a time period where we can look back over the year and attempt to spot patterns. Saggi is good at observing patterns. Based on a bit of self-reflection, you …

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Apocalypse Now

Sagittarius 2012 No, I don’t think the world will end in a huge disaster on the 21st December 2012. But if recent events don’t suggest apocalyptic times, I don’t know what does. Children being raped, abused, mown down with bullets or other weapons – and not only in the US – conjure up horrific images. In the news, much has …

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Growth? I think not…

Sagittarius 2010 This week I attended a lecture about economics – yes, I know – not really my topic – but the author of the book, Interdependent Economy: From Political Economy to Spiritual Economy, Liem Giok In, raised an interesting question. “Why is growth considered a good goal in economics and politics?” From her book:“It seems to be a forgotten …

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Women to the Rescue – Ceres to the fore

Sagittarius 2009 This month I want to look at the relatively newly designated planet, albeit a dwarf, Ceres. When Pluto was demoted to dwarf planet in 2006, Ceres was promoted to the same status. She had originally been called a planet on her discovery in 1850 but came to be known as the biggest asteroid. Until 2006 – after astronomical …

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