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Aspects for the week beginning 13 March 2016

Nancy Reagan Nancy Reagan, who died this week of congestive heart failure, has an interesting place in astrological history.  As wife of President Ronald Reagan, she apparently used the services of an Astrologer, Joan Quigley, after the attempted assassination of her husband, to keep him safe according to astrological timing.  Joan Quigley wrote in her […]

Categories: Historical · Obituary

Aspects for the week beginning 10 January 2016

Leo Tolstoy With a series of the epic novel War and Peace currently under way on the BBC, I thought I would look at the chart of its writer Leo Tolstoy to see how his chart reflects the themes of his work.  I should say at the outset that we had an abridged copy at […]

Categories: Astrology · Historical

Aspects for the week beginning 27 December 2015

A Review of 2015 Give some love, or compassion, to 2015 before you move on to the new pastures of 2016.  For the historically minded, or nostalgic among you, selections from the blog this year: January 11th: (from the blog) The Paris Shootings As a million people plan to march through the streets of Paris, […]

Categories: Archive · Historical · News

Aspects for the week beginning 25 October 2015

Regression An aspect of my work which I don’t often get round to writing about is past-life therapy.  So I would like to write a little about this, for a change! There is nothing more satisfying than taking someone back to the source of a problem or pattern which has its origin in a past […]

Categories: Historical · Karmic

Aspects for the week beginning 11 October 2015

Suffragette “I’d rather be a rebel than a slave” ~ from the film “Suffragette” The film “Suffragette” will be released tomorrow in the U.K (23rd October in the U.S.), and stars Meryl Streep and Carey Mulligan among others.  It has been a long time in production (since April 2011) but is timely as this year, […]

Categories: Celebrities · Film · Historical

Aspects for the week beginning 14 September 2014

Scottish Referendum The Scots go to the polls on Thursday 18/9/14 to determine whether they stay united with the rest of the British Isles, or go it alone. The polls currently are neck and neck. Time to nail my colours to the mast: I am always in favour of Union, or Unity, (equally for instance […]

Categories: Historical · News

Peaches Honeyblossom Geldof-Cohen

“In the land of Gods and Monsters I was an Angel… No one’s gonna take my soul away I’m living like Jim Morrison” ~ Song by Lana del Ray Peaches Honeyblossom Geldof-Cohen This week it was announced that Peaches Geldof did have heroin in her system when she died last month.  Fresh faced Peaches  departed […]

Categories: Archetypes · Historical · Karmic · Obituary

Tony Benn (1925 – 2014)

Sun in Aries can be very individualistic and authentic, which left wing politician Tony Benn, who died this week, undeniably was. However, he would not have wanted to be pigeon-holed or categorised by astrology or anything else. His was the freedom to think and act as he pleased, with the prerogative to change his mind. […]

Categories: Astrological Appreciation · Historical · Obituary

Nelson Mandela (1918 – 2013)

Today is a day of prayer and reflection, not just in his native South Africa, but around the world.  As a world citizen, he may be unparalleled.  His achievements were many, but all shot through with integrity and consistency.  The courage he bore in his long incarcerated years in Robben Island and the spiritual leadership […]

Categories: Astrobiography · Astrological Appreciation · Historical · Icons

Aspects for the week beginning 24 November 2013

My Father On Friday 22nd November we said a fond farewell to my father, who was 90 years old last January.  He had died when the Uranus-Pluto square at 9 degrees of Aries-Capricorn was exactly transiting his natal Sun-Pluto opposition in Capricorn-Cancer.  He was the gentlest of Capricornians, and his Humanist send-off went beautifully. John […]

Categories: Historical