Category: Ceres

Asteroids Report for September and October
  Here is a clip from the much longer Asteroids Report on the members page. I looked at Pallas, Hygeia, Juno, Vesta and Ceres over the next two months. Where they are in the sky, what they mean and why they’re helpful. If you’re a member, click here to see the rest. If [...]
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Zoom Chat on Sunday
I am looking forward to chatting on Sunday. It’s been quite the month. I thought we could talk about asteroids because I’ve been doing quite a bit of research recently, but the choice is yours. Bring your questions, and we’ll see where that leads. This is for member’s [...]
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#FreeBritney
Singer and dancer Britney Spears is 39 years old, and, until recently, and has has a busy work schedule as super pop diva. But she is enslaved by a so-called legal conservatorship that was set up when she was having a nervous breakdown 13 years ago. Spears had the kind of melt-down that [...]
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Asteroids in June, July and August
Juno, the planet of contracts and marriages, is deeply involved in the current eclipses. Meanwhile, Pallas, the goddess of wisdom, is swimming through the seas of Pisces, and Hygeia, the goddess of public health, is changing signs later in the summer. This 22-minute round-up of the [...]
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Asteroids Report, Anne Whitaker Recording & hand outs
  I hope you’ve already listened to the Asteroids Report on the members’ page. All previous reports are now available too. Just follow the link. My conversation with Anne Whitaker about the lunar nodes is also up for members, including some relevant handouts from Anne. Go to [...]
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Asteroids Report March-April
I’ve just published the video on the member’s page. It seems like some of the asteroids are lending some much needed flexibility to 2021. The Asteroids Report is published every two months for members of The Oxford Astrologer.  
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Amanda Gorman: On Fire
I was wondering how the Mars-Uranus conjunction — that fiery, combustible, dangerous pairing — would manifest on the day of the inauguration. And then Amanda Gorman, Youth Poet Laureate, stepped onto the platform and began to declaim. She looked fantastic, like a queen from a [...]
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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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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 [...]
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Astrology of Now: The Stress Test
The conjunction of Pluto-Saturn-Ceres in January set up a stress test for the entire global system — government, health services, international co-operation, financial markets, capitalism in general. That was the Lord of the Undeworld, Father Time, and the goddess of human-nature [...]
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The Best Book on Asteroids
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the asteroid Hygeia and mentioned that little work had been done on the asteroids in general. What is more, there’s a lot of really woolly thinking available for you to unravel around the internet. Most of it is all theory or wishful thinking, or just [...]
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The Saturn-Pluto Conjunction (2)
Some more ruminations on the conjunction of Saturn, Pluto, Ceres, the Sun and Mercury in Capricorn.
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Australia’s House Is On Fire
Baking winds, sulphurous skies, raining cinders, the roaring; the trembling air, the red smoke, giant tongues of flame lashing the landscape, devouring trees and buildings. Fleeing animals, fleeing people, blankets of ash, a pall of smoke… The images of the bush fires in Australia have [...]
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Astrology of Now: Turmoil
There’s an awful lot of churn right now. You can see it on the streets of Santiago, Hong Kong, La Paz and Barcelona; in the British Parliament and American Congress. And in Kurdistan where “confusion now hath made his masterpiece.” People are in a froth. There’s [...]
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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 [...]
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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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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. [...]
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Video: The Goddess
We’ve just had a wonderful weekend here in Oxford discussing the meaning of Ceres, Vesta, Juno and Pallas in the horoscope. This is my general introduction to the weekend. Enjoy!
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Astrology of Now: Ceres, Abundance or Famine
    As the goddess of grain and agriculture,  Ceres was one of the most important deities in Rome. The “world of Ceres”, a pit with a stone lid, was ceremonially opened three times a year – August 24, October 5 and November 8 – and offerings were left for the goddess of abundance. [...]
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Hillary Clinton, Dragon-Slayer
This American election is an archetypal battle, the stuff of fairytale or legend. The two sides line up, accusing each other of hatred, lying and lasciviousness; of baseness, vileness, bestiality. In their vagueness sometimes, the smears require a leap of imagination from the public. What’s [...]
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