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Entries Tagged as 'Obituary'

Phil Spector (1939 – 2021)

Legendary musician Phil Spector, famous for his “Wall of Sound”, and infamous for having killed Lana Clarkson, died on 16th January. Birth Chart Phil Spector had the Sun in Capricorn opposing the Sun in Cancer, therefore born on a Full Moon.  Full Mooners often arouse strong feelings in others, just as their own emotions are […]

Categories: Obituary

Aspects for the week beginning 10 January 2021

Gerry Marsden (1942 – 2021) “We went over [to Hamburg] with the Beatles and had a good laugh.  All they had over there were oompah bands…we took over this music, and they loved it.” ~ Gerry Marsden Singer Gerry Marsden, frontman for Gerry and the Pacemakers, died last week.  He and his band were a […]

Categories: Celebrities · Obituary

Aspects for the week beginning 3 January 2021

Pierre Cardin (1922 – 2020) “I have always worked in my own style, which is different from all others. It was always my intention to be different, because that is the only way to last.” ~ Pierre Cardin The fashion designer known for his space age designs, Pierre Cardin, died on 29 December at the […]

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Aspects for the week beginning 20 December 2020

John Le Carre (1931 – 2020) “Le Carré was one of the giants of postwar English literature, a master of his chosen form and an exceptional prose stylist. He had an ear for the dialect of the governing classes of this country, perfectly tuned to their evasions, their deceits, their melancholy.” ~ Jonathan Freedland The […]

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Aspects for the week beginning 13 December 2020

Barbara Windsor (1927 – 2020) Another national treasure, Dame Barbara Windsor, has left us this week…Whether you were a fan of the Carry On Films, or a regular viewer of Eastenders, she will have been part of your lives.  Even if you weren’t a fan of either, you would have known her cheeky blond persona. […]

Categories: Celebrities · Obituary · The Quiet Office

Aspects for the week beginning 29 November 2020

Diego Maradona (1960 – 2020) “When Diego scored that second goal against us, I felt like applauding. I’d never felt like that before, but it’s true… and not just because it was such an important game. It was impossible to score such a beautiful goal. He’s the greatest player of all time, by a long […]

Categories: Icons · Obituary · Sport

Aspects for the week beginning 15 November 2020

Two Pillars of Their Communities Within a week of each other, two pillars of the Jewish and Palestinian communities, passed over, their work on this earth completed.  I look at the work, character and achievements of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks and diplomat Saeb Erekat.  I find I can’t write about one this week, without writing about […]

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Aspects for the week beginning 27 September 2020

Ruth Ginsburg (1931 – 2020) “It’s about time. For so long women were silent, thinking there was nothing you could do about it, but now the law is on the side of women, or men, who encounter harassment and that’s a good thing.” ~ Ruth Ginsburg Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on 18th September, was […]

Categories: News · Obituary

Aspects for the week beginning 20 September 2020

Terence Conran (1931 – 2020) “We all have a little bit of Conran in our lives, whether we think about design or not” ~ Suzanne Moore Designer and entrepreneur Terence Conran died on 12th September, at the age of 88, after a long and productive life.  By all accounts, he was quite a character, and […]

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Aspects for the week beginning 9 August 2020

John Hume (1937 – 2020) “Blessed are the peacemakers.  I remember John Hume and his vision.  Let’s sing for him tonight.” ~ Bono, 2018 Nobel Peace prize winner John Hume died last Monday.  I always love to study the charts of peacemakers; they can potentially change the world. Birth Chart John Hume had half his […]

Categories: Historical · Obituary