Astrology of Now: Be Kind(er)
There’s a lot of fire and brimstone booming around the skies right now. It’s due to a few factors, but I want to focus on Mars, the warrior, in Aries, the One. This is a powerful and dangerous transit, to be handled with care — but there are good things about it too. Mars in […]
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July Horoscopes
Thank goodness for Venus in Gemini. The goddess of love and harmony raises the tone this month. As Mars marches into fiery Aries, and Saturn stomps back into Capricorn testosterone levels may be on the high side. To read you horoscopes or sign up, click here. Don’t forget to take a look at the new […]
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The Asteroids Report
My video on the movements of the asteroids in July and August is up on the members’ page. Things are looking quite interesting for Ceres, the goddess of mothering, currently at a standstill in Pisces, and Pallas Athena embroiled in the Capricorn affair. Enjoy!              
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Astrology Podcast: Solstice Special
Phew! We have such big astrology coming up and we had a lot to talk to about in this Solstice special. It’s not often that a Solstice comes along – when the Sun ‘stands still’ and is at its peak — only to be followed less than 10 hours later by a Solar Eclipse, blotting […]
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Astrology of Now: Stop, Listen, Release
Eclipses open doors. Meanwhile, fleet-footed Mercury, the traveller, pauses to explore the realms of memory and buried emotion; and Venus is still under the hill, deep in fairyland, retrieving long-buried stories. You may be feeling some night magic already. This is one of the most potent points of the year. On Midsummer night, the shortest […]
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In Conversation With Anne Whitaker
June 14, 7.30PM British Summer Time I’m so delighted that astrologer, writer and teacher Anne Whitaker has agreed to come talk to me — and you, the members of The Oxford Astrologer, on Sunday. You may be familiar with her work either from her books, her blogs — Astrology: Questions and Answers  and Writing from […]
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June Horoscopes
It’s a tumultuous month in the skies, what with eclipses and retrogrades, but what’s good for you? To read your horoscope or sign up for horoscopes and all the other benefits and discounts including the free monthly Zoom Q&A, click here.
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"I Can't Breathe"
When George Floyd was murdered on May 25 by a police officer in Minneapolis kneeling on his windpipe, his final words were: “I can’t breathe.” Somehow, this statement resonates powerfully with our time, and it was taken up by demonstrators across the US. “I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe.” He was not the first African […]
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Dominic Cummings: Brazen Serpent
The British Prime Minister’s Machiavelli, Dominic Cummings, is in trouble — even though his “boss” is backing him. The serpentine Cummings is a close equivalent to ex-White House advisor Steve Bannon. Indeed, they are said to be in frequent touch. Cummings’ great triumph was the Brexit campaign, during which he managed to persuade just over half […]
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An Interview With Me
Richard Wickes, who hosts a fascinating podcast devoted to “light workers”, interviewed me last week. When you get a Cancer and a Pisces talking together — one on an island in the Gulf of Siam and the other in the sleepy Thames Valley — you do some meandering. The conversation wends its way from Chiron […]
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Your Month Ahead Podcast: May 22-June 21
  Sally and I talk you through the highs and lows of the astrological month ahead. As the Sun moves into the sign of the twins, we talk Gemini, Venus retrograde and much more. How will the movement of the planets affect each of the signs? Listen and find out. Naturally, we’re both in lockdown […]
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New York, The City with Jupiter Rising
New York City is taking a battering. The virus appears to be stomping through the five boroughs like a horrible hungry ghost, killing people, emptying streets, destroying livelihoods. And yet, at the same time, New York’s famous resilience, resistance, sense of humour,and sheer vitality persist. I have this chart for Greater New York from Lois […]
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Food Shortages
My supermarket is a cornucopia –– shelves of fresh vegetables from Kenya, South Africa and Spain, glistening fruit, vacuum-packed meat (as far from the carcass as possible), smoked salmon from Scotland and Alaska, pimentos from Alicante, olive oil from Tuscany, yoghurt from Thessaloniki, rye bread from Sweden, chocolate from Switzerland, sardines from Portugal, tahini and […]
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