August Asteroids
Taking a quick look at what the asteroids are up to at the moment. Juno, Pallas, Ceres and Vesta move slowly enough to have serious impact, and quickly enough to be entertaining. Getting to know your asteroids adds a little turmeric and chili, ginger and garlic to your horoscopic stew. Especially relevant for some signs, […]
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Live Appearances
A busy few months coming up. Hope you can make it to one or two of these events where I’ll be speaking and teaching. Subscribers to the horoscopes can click here to collect your discount for the webinar and the December workshop. Sep 15 6-7.30pm Universal TimeOn-line Sally and Christina Talk Love A one and […]
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Toni Morrison and Black Moon Lilith
I’ve been thinking about the American writer Toni Morrison today, the day after she died, and remembering her book Beloved, which won her the Pulitzer Prize, and is considered by most critics to be her masterpiece. Beloved tells the story — in densely poetic language and imagery — of a haunting. But the ghost is […]
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Your Month Ahead Podcast: July 22-August 23
The astrology podcast that puts the month ahead into context. (I think we can all look forward to some fun times.) And, maybe just as importantly, takes a look back at what’s been happening in the previous 30 days, so we can all learn how to read the signs. Late July and August look pretty […]
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Glass Skin
Until last week, I’d never heard of it either — “glass skin”; skin so luminous, transparent and flawless that it might be sculpted from glass. Apparently, it’s the “latest beauty trend”.  The marketers of certain cosmetics can hear the kerching of cash tinkling into tills across the globe. Although these days, money changes hands silently, […]
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The Revolution Has Arrived: Women's World Cup
Oh the glory of the Women’s World Cup. The women’s game is beautiful indeed. It’s taken one and a half nodal cycles, 28 solar cycles, two and a quarter Jupiter cycles, and not quite one full Saturn cycle for the Women’s World Cup to finally go truly global. With a worldwide audience of a billion, […]
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A Few Reasons Why Jupiter's Not Always Fabulous
A reader wrote to me: “I am supposed to have Jupiter in my first house of Sag all year but it’s been just awful!” And asked me why this was so. Here is my response. This is a good question. 1. We tend to over-egg the whole luck thing with Jupiter in an attempt to […]
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Monthly Podcast: June 21-July 22
We ended up in Sally’s home recording the latest podcast for Cancer month. Previously, we tried to meet in London and record outside as we are at the peak of summer but, in the UK, heat-wave weather it is not. In fact, we got rained on. What we did discover was a new ‘home’ for […]
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Astrology of Now: Into the Red Zone
“Because we focused on the snake, we missed the scorpion.” Proverb from Egypt If you happen to have any planets or important angles between 17° and 22° in just about any sign, you will be feeling a mighty pull of astrology this week and next. But the astrology is so strong that every one of […]
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On Venus
Some thoughts on Venus, recorded on a sunny day in my garden when the poppies and roses vying for attention.  
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On New Moons
There’s a New Moon every month (and sometimes two), so maybe they play an important part in creating the rhythm of the year.  
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June Horoscopes: Sunshine and Rain
June promises to be a strange month indeed, starting so smoothly and ending in a kind of creative chaos that spills into July. To read your horoscope or subscribe, click here.        
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Astrology of Now: Carnage on Everest
Mountains house the gods — Shiva on Kailash, Zeus and the fam on Olympus, Ruwa on Kilimanjaro, Salcantay and Veronica in the Andes. To go to the mountain, to climb the mountain, means getting closer to god. Athos and Ararat, Kailash and Kanchenjunga are places of pilgrimage. What does it mean that the world’s highest […]
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Tories at the Guillotine
The Grim Reaper is currently making a second approach to the Ascendant of the British Conservative party. The last time Saturn was in these degrees of Capricorn, 1990, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was dispatched in a bloodless coup by her back benchers. Another Prime Minister is about to be disposed of by her own party, […]
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11 Things To Do While The Sun's in Gemini
Gemini season is upon us at last. A time, here in the Northern hemisphere, when thoughts turn to the seaside, summer, the open road. This year that Gemini feel is just a little bit stronger, since lithe Mercury, Gemini’s ruler, and the Sun jump into the sign hand in hand, and Mercury will be here until […]
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