Faye’s Monthly Planet … and other thoughts

I write a monthly post based on planetary principles. These are the ones tagged ‘The monthly planet’. At the moment I am updating my sites and more posts will be added as I move them over from my old version of juxtaposition – my business site.  This blog also contains my thoughts and rants on random topics, these are tagged ‘Not the monthly …

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Rituals, plant wisdom and pain

Virgo 2018 This month I watched two very ‘Virgo’ series. One was the BBC’s Extraordinary Rituals and the other was an online series called Remedy: Ancient Medicine for Modern Illness, which was mainly about plants that can be used as medicine and in some cases food. It’s a fascinating and well produced series that you can still purchase if you happen …

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It’s too darn hot

Leo 2018 The source of the zodiac is based in the northern hemisphere and therefore the signs are thought to align with northern hemisphere seasons. Leo, a sign associated with the sun, occurs in our summer. We should, then, be forgiven for expecting some heat and sunshine. In Amsterdam we hope for a bit of that every year. However this …

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Fish, feet and the NHS

Having Venus next to Mars in my horoscope, I love a good creative competition. So I am delighted that the Great British Menu is back on BBC TV.  The creativity of these dishes is astounding. The brief this year is to honour the NHS as it turned 70 this year. Top chefs compete to cook one of the four courses …

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Family and belonging

Cancer 2018 Astrology – the way I use it anyway – makes use of archetypes. Our sign of the month, Cancer, is just one of these archetypes – meaning it has within it concepts or things that belong together. A group. A family, you could say, to use a Cancerian theme. To give you an idea of what this one …

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The stories we tell ourselves

Gemini 2018 Typical of Gemini, it has been a very busy month of networking, meeting friends and talking (although sadly –  because I was planning more of it – not so much writing) for me. My trip to the US is now a memory full of impressions, scenery, people and especially stories, both wonderful and downright scary. Unusually for me, …

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