Astrology of Now: The Law
Well, yesterday was quite the day for the law and democracy on both sides of the Atlantic. In London, the Supreme Court found that the government, and therefore Prime Minister Boris Johnson had broken the law when it suspended parliament. In fact, Judge Hale said that legally the “prorogation” did not happen. So parliament is […]
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Your Monthly Astrology Podcast
This month we recorded in the most beautiful surroundings of Regent’s Park, London, on a sparkling September afternoon. Lovers, dog walkers, kids skipping school came and went as we discussed the stars and planets. We talked about Librans, the equinox, the meaning of scales and why we love this time of year.
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Let's Talk About Love this Sunday
Virgos do it; Leos do it. Even sassy Centaurs & Rams do it. We all love somebody, sometime, somewhere — maybe for just an hour, maybe for a lifetime. Join me & Sally for a webinar about that most central of human emotions: love. The first whisper of romance, the pursuit of passion, the moment […]
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Astrology of Now: Flying Flamingoes, Black Rod, and the Bendings
Even by the standards of that operatic place, the scenes in parliament were extraordinarily theatrical last night. Starring roles this time were taken by– Mr John Bercow as The Speaker Ms Sarah Clarke as Black Rod House of Commons as The Chorus Opposition Benches as The Choir It’s always nice to learn a new word. According […]
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September's Asteroid Round Up
A quick look at what those asteroids — Juno, Vesta, Pallas and Ceres — are up to in September.
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Astrology of Now: Battle of the Geminis
Like much of the country, I was glued to the TV last night as the British Parliament took back control. It was theatrical. The cabal of profiteers sitting on the front bench, who currently control the Conservative party and government, visibly deflated and began to fray. The odious Rees Mogg, (“leader of the house” no […]
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September Horoscopes
  A season of change is upon us as we rush towards the autumn equinox on September 23. Find out how you can go with the flow. To read your horoscope or become a subscriber, click here.
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Ghislaine Maxwell's Saturn Returns
When you venture into the dark woods of fairy tale, be careful of the creatures you meet — they might not be what they seem. The wolf may speak like a gentleman, the witch may live in a house of gingerbread. Hansel and Gretel’s witch lured them with sugarplums and cake; then she imprisoned them […]
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Your Month Ahead Podcast: Surprises, Virgos and more
Sally and I met at Kew Gardens in west London as an homage to earthy Virgo. It was indeed a day of sunshine and flowers. Kew Gardens is one of the world’s foremost collections of specimen plants and seeds from around the globe. It’s also an extraordinarily beautiful and magical public park stretched alongside the […]
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Hong Kong
Hong Kong vibrates with people power: people working, thinking, talking, praying, eating, walking, haggling, hawking, kissing, cooking, spitting, stealing, fighting, laughing, buying and selling. Standing on the Star Ferry coming into Central earlier this year, I swear I could feel the straight energy lines of intelligence, money, chatter pouring out of the city and across […]
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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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