Kings Ascending

Taurus 2013 It’s Taurus time again – and after a very cold winter, everything is finally growing madly – as it should in the time of the Bull. However, in recent weeks, this fecundity of green has been somewhat overshadowed by the preparations for the inauguration of the Netherlands’ new king. This culminated in Amsterdam – enough reason for everything …

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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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Women on the rise

Taurus 2012 It’s Taurus time again – growth and fecundity and theoretically spring here in the north. In Amsterdam you could be forgiven for not noticing it, although as I write this we finally have a nice day. The Bull (Taurus) has been seen as a masculine fertility symbol for a very long time. But as I research for a …

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It’s about time – for relationships

Taurus 2011 Indeed astrology is all about time, which is a strange thing to think about. Carrying on from my last zine, which was the first in the series “What if astrology is true?” where I looked at the astrologer’s main tool the horoscope, I want to look at another area astrologers spend a lot of time discussing. Relationships, being …

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The Earth moved – but is it good for you?

Taurus 2010 It has been an interesting time for me since my last post, having had contact with completely different groups. I gave a lecture for a group interested in art, I attended a breakfast in connection with the Trend Watcher of the Year, I went to a lecture given by Gregg Braden and I gave a workshop for the …

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Grow up Venus – why not go for what you really enjoy?

Taurus 2009 Lynne McTaggart of the intention experiment fame, writes in one of her recent newsletters, when discussing suicide research: (see websites below for link). “So it’s come to this. In our modern-day world, happiness is entirely dependent upon expectation and certain entirely arbitrary or conditional standards against which you judge yourself, which are usually what you believe are the …

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