Category: astrology

Podcast: Your Month Ahead, Nov 22-Dec 22
Although — or maybe because — we recorded this on the first frosty day of November, this episode should warm the cockles of your heart. The big event this coming month is, of course, the move by bounteous Jupiter from Sagittarius to Capricorn. We decided to take the time to make [...]
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The Asteroid of Love Stories, Fairy Tales and the Soul’s Journey
Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, in a country far away, a girl of breath-taking beauty lived with her family. Her two older sisters were “successfully’ married, to wealthy, middle-aged men, but her father was perplexed. Who was good enough to marry his darling youngest, [...]
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Your November Horoscopes
A magical month ahead with a profound Mercury Retrograde, fireworks and one of the luckiest days of the year. Click here to get your horoscopes or sign up.
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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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Pause for Passion Podcast: Your Month Ahead: Oct 23-Nov 23
Scorpio season goes deeper still this year with Mercury Rx in Scorpio, the planet of communication in the sign of deep emotion, dominating the astrology. Get yourself a cup of tea, put your feet up and have a listen as Sally and I discuss the message of the planets.
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Why Meghan Is Brilliant For The Crown
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, are finally suing the tabloids. The British media and the royal family have a weird symbiotic relationship. The media veers between creepy sycophancy and vicious criticism; relentless pursuit coupled with endless judgment. The family invites [...]
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The Tree of Time
An early morning walk in Wytham woods set me thinking about the cycles of time. We also ran into the forester with a shotgun, who told us a story about magic mushrooms, and a group of scientists sitting around very delicately tagging the legs of birds. It was lovely — and timeless [...]
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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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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 [...]
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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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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 [...]
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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 [...]
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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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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 [...]
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America’s Pluto Transit: The Ravaging
A few weeks ago, The New York Times carried an editorial by Charles Blow, which begins like this: “America, as we knew it, is lost. “Not completely gone and not irrevocably ended, but forever altered. Or, maybe it is fair to say that our concept of America itself was a concoction, [...]
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Sexy Talk on the Passionfruit Podcast
Last week, the brilliant, funny women at Passionfruit Podcast interviewed me. It was a hoot but if you don’t want to hear an explicit discussion of sex, skip this one. On the other hand, if you’re unlikely to be fazed by women talking dirty, have a listen. I, of course, offered [...]
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Thinking Aloud: A Stroll Around the Bodleian
Just thinking aloud while walking around Oxford, reflecting on how ideas are categorised. Of course, the Bodleian Library has one of the greatest collections of books on magic, alchemy and astrology. Enjoy!  
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The British Blue Wave
When I stood at the top of Whitehall yesterday looking down that famous street towards Parliament Square, I saw a mass of blue flecked with yellow. The colours of the EU flag were worn on berets and backpacks, on capes and lapel pins, T-shirts and deelyboppers. There was a scattering of lurid [...]
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Best Astrology Books According To Astrologers
New York Magazine asked me to name my three top astrology books last week for this article — a round-up of astrologers’ recommendations. Of course, this week I might choose three different ones, and I did assume that someone else would mention Stephen Arroyo and Linda Goodman, who [...]
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A Live Astrology Reading from Hong Kong
I had a lot of fun in Hong Kong, and did about a zillion readings — every  single one of which was fascinating. I’m not kidding. There’s nothing like going half-way round the world for getting a fresh perspective. This was my way of kicking off the year with Jupiter, the [...]
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