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Sunday August 1st 2021

Sudden and magnificent, the sun's broad golden disc showed itself over the horizon facing them; and the first rays, shooting across the level water-meadows, took the animals full in the eyes and dazzled them.

-- from The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame

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Harvest Moon, 'globed in mellow splendour', 1879 -- Helen Allingham
Harvest Moon, 'globed in mellow splendour', 1879 -- Helen Allingham

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About August

August is full of fire and ice, vim and vigour, push and pull — with a crackle in the air and fire in the sky in some parts of the planet, and ice storms in the other. Topsy and turvy it may be, but the cosmic dance continues, and all we can do is try to keep in time.

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Christina and Sally Talk Astrology

What’s in store for the month ahead? Which Sun Signs are up? Which are, well, coasting? What dates should you take a risk and when should you stay at home? And why was last month so … last monthish?

Here’s my monthly podcast with my friend Sally Kirkman of Sally Kirkman Astrology.  Once a month, we take astrology by the scruff of its neck and give it a good shake out. We chat over a cup of strong coffee or weak tea about our favourite topic – the language of the stars.

We’d love you to listen in. Make yourself a cuppa and join us.

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Two Full Moons and a Blazing Sun: July 22-August 22

This summer is proving to be so strange and frankly unsettling that a look at the dance of the planets is just the soothing medicine we need to make sense of so much chaos. We have some ideas about how where things are going and how we got here…
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THEMES AND VARIATIONS

Start exploring the Oxford Astrologer by investigating one of many themes here

Leo

Ah, Leo. Here are some selected writings about this glorious, playful, narcissistic sign of the zodiac!

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writers

Delve into the world of literature and imagination with this curated collection of writing about writing – and the astrology of authors

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Juno

The queen of asteroids – one of the brightest in the sky. She brings power and focus to any horoscope.

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Love

People always ask me about love – and the astrology of this most complex yet simple emotion is always fascinating. Hot fling or life-long commitment? Desire or tenderness? Every variation has its own distinct synastry.

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