December Horoscopes
Sex, money, passion or jealousy: take your pick. There’s plenty to choose from this month. Indeed there’s so much drama — what with an eclipse and a Christmas Eve clash of the titans — that you may want to get a seat in the stalls to watch instead of throwing yourself into the fray! Horoscopes […]
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An Interview about The Quest for Love with Ana Isabel
From the heights of true love to the power of Saturn-Sun conjunctions, astrologer Ana Isabel asks me some probing questions. This was recorded in early November, before I gave a talk about the asteroid Psyche and love stories at the Astrological Lodge of London. She surprised me! This is part of her series of interesting […]
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Sag Season Podcast
It’s Sagittarius season — shortly — and the new podcast is ready for listening (or viewing). Despite the eclipses, it looks like a much less stressful month — with a big dollop of joyous Jupiterian energy to see us into the New Year..   The Astrology Talk podcast is now up on the website. You […]
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Adele's Saturn
  One thing’s certain about the singer Adele: she likes Saturn. At her one-night only special in Los Angeles the other day, she sported ginormous, dangly Saturn earrings, flashed a tattoo of the ringed planet on her right forearm, and was otherwise clad in black head to foot — that’s Saturn’s colour. Oh and she […]
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November Horoscopes
The November Horoscopes are up and ready for your delectation. To pick yours up from the members’ page, click here. This month is looking quite spikey, but there are reasons for optimism — including the rather benign eclipse (if there is such a thing) at the end of the month. It’s also a moment to […]
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Scorpio Season Podcast: An Eclipse, A Debate, And Halloween
This month’s podcast: featuring the coming eclipse cycle and more. We look at the month from 22 October to 22 November. Enjoy! It’s on the home page, just scroll down a bit.  
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Where The Hell Are We?
This is the talk I gave  at Aquarius Severn last Thursday. Enjoy!
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Zuckerberg's Ouchie!
  Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder and super-plutocrat (check 0°Scorp), is having quite the seamy week, what with the whistleblowing, the share drop — and, of course, the outage. And here’s the thing. It’s not all that obvious in his astrology — unless you dig count the asteroid Chiron, the wound. Zuckerberg’s Chiron, which shows the […]
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Astrology of Eris: Cultural Disruptor, Truth-Force
You know the story, but it bears repeating. The hero Peleus and the sea nymph Thetis had a magnificent wedding on Mount Olympus. Everyone was invited, except for the goddess Eris, or Discordia, as she’s known in Latin. Big mistake.  Just to mess things up, Eris threw a golden apple marked for the fairest into […]
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October Horoscopes: Fiery Days, Lucky Days
Here we are at the beginning of a new season, and what a start! Although Mercury is retrograde, other planets are turning direct. This gives October a kind of intensity. Some of us may be excavating the past in order to build the future. Sprinkled through that intensity, like diamonds on red velvet, are some […]
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Libra: A Self-portrait and a Poem
II  I am a far more deserving inventor than all those who went before me; a musician, in fact, who found something resembling the key of love. At present, a noble from a meager countryside with a dark sky I try to feel emotion over the memory of mendicant childhood, over my apprenticeship  when I […]
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This Month's Podcast: 22 September-22 October: Mercury Retrograde Do's & Don'ts
This month Sally and I ponder the meaning of the equinox, Kim Kardashian and Mercury retrogrades. You can pick up the podcast from the website’s home page. Here is the link — just scroll down the home page.
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Virgo Self-Portraits: Perfect Wits
David (30 August 1738) It will come as no surprise to see that the work of artists born under Virgo is consistently detailed, crafted, technically excellent and polished to a wonderful degree. Nor will it surprise you that all these painters could draw beautifully. Ingres (29 August 1780) Jacques Louis David documented the French Revolution […]
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America's Plutonic Fashion Moment
The theme of last night’s fashion extravaganza at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City was supposed to be In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.  Some of the outfits were just that, but the ones that had the greatest impact paid homage to our current Saturn in Aquarius — and most strikingly to America’s Pluto […]
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In Conversation with Anne Whitaker
Anne Whitaker, writer, astrologer and raconteur was kind enough to spend an evening in astrological conversation with me and members of the Oxford Astrologer. We were discussing her new book Postcards to the Future: Mercurial Musings 1995-2021.  As well as being a fine writer and critic, Anne is an amusing raconteur. Please excuse a few […]
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