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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Sex, lies and deep fake

Scorpio 2019 Way back in 2001, I wrote an article about a planetary cycle that is very relevant now. It involves Pluto – the planet that in modern astrology rules our sign of the month – Scorpio. The other planet involved is Saturn. At the time, in 2001, the cycle was at its halfway point. Now the reason that this …

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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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When this old world starts getting you down …

Capricorn 2018 2017 was, for many, a terrible year. I think I have heard more people say that they are glad to see the back of it than in any previous years. Over the Christmas period there was a lot of illness and I have never known so many people in my environment who have, or have had, cancer. It’s …

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The truth is out there

Aquarius 2017 I have been writing my blog each month for some years now, and looking back makes interesting reading for me, as I have no idea what I was up to blogwise even last month! Way back in 2010 (where does time go?), my Aquarius post discussed the imminent entrance of Uranus into Aries, and what had happened last time …

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