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Aspects for the week beginning 28 April 2019

“The Convoluted Universe”, Books 1 – 5 by Dolores Cannon (1931 – 2014) Book Review Dolores Cannon was an American past life therapist, who died in 2014.  I have just finished reading the fifth of her enormous volumes entitled “The Convoluted Universe.”  The content will seem bizarre to many, but I just found them wonderfully […]

Categories: Book Review · Karmic · Mayan Calendar · Obituary

Aspects for the week beginning 7 April 2019

“Becoming” by Michelle Obama Book Review “When they go low we go high” ~ Michelle Obama, 2016 I have had this book sitting in a pile, waiting its turn, since Christmas, and have just finished it, I am glad to say.  So here is the evangelical book review:  if you have it on your book […]

Categories: Astrological Appreciation · Book Review · Celebrities · News

Aspects for the week beginning 10 March 2019

Dealing with difficult transits Transits The Transits are the current planetary positions in relation to your birth chart.  These can be ascertained from an Ephemeris, from a website such as Astrodienst, or from an Astrologer (as in a Year Ahead forecast).  Knowing your transits will assist you in working constructively with them ahead of time […]

Categories: Astrology · Book Review

Aspect for the week beginning 10 February 2019

Alan Turing Voted Greatest Icon of 20th Century “There should be no question in anyone’s mind that Turing’s work was the biggest factor in Hut 8’s success. In the early days, he was the only cryptographer who thought the problem worth tackling” ~ Hugh Alexander This week cryptanalyst Alan Turing was voted Greatest Icon in […]

Categories: Book Review · Film · Historical

Aspects for the week beginning 6 January 2019

New Year’s Resolutions I usually wait until the end of the Andrew Marr show on a Sunday morning before I decide the subject of the blog.  He doesn’t finish until 11 a.m. these days, which makes my blog even later.  By 11 a.m.  I was still in a quandary.  “How about the American government shutdown?” […]

Categories: Astrology · Book Review · Postbag

Aspects for the week beginning 11 November 2018

North Node enters Cancer Last week (on 6th November) the True North Node left Leo and entered Cancer.  So you may have seen the beginnings of this cycle.  This week (on Friday) the Mean North Node enters Cancer.  In terms of timing, we are currently (on this Armistice Day) between the two, and certainly within […]

Categories: Astrology · Book Review · Medical astrology

Aspects for the week beginning 3 September 2017

Louise L. Hay Louise L. Hay, one of the mothers of the New Age, died last week, virtually on the two year anniversary of the passing of Wayne M. Dyer, another of its leading lights.  To a great extent, Louise was a pioneer of the idea that negative thoughts and experiences can give rise to […]

Categories: Astrological Appreciation · Book Review · Karmic · Medical astrology · Obituary

Aspects for the week beginning 25 June 2017

Childbirth Educators “One could almost say that the root of all anguish is an unconscious memory of birth and its terrors” ~ Frederick Leboyer We are now in the province of the Sun in Cancer, a sign which represents birth, incarnation and parenting.  Its ruling planet the Moon represents the Inner Child in our charts.  […]

Categories: Astrology · Book Review · Obituary

U.K. General Election 2017 (Part 2)

“At 21.59 and 59 seconds on 7 May 2015, anything seemed possible.  Outside of opening exam results, or waiting on news from a doctor, there aren’t too many moments in life where your whole future hangs on what you’re about to see or hear… I thought there was a chance I’d be delivering Britain’s next […]

Categories: Book Review · News

Aspects for the week beginning 28 May 2017

Caitlyn Jenner  “Secrets of My Life”, written with Buzz Bissinger  Caitlyn Jenner has written an autobiography, based around her lifelong gender dysphoria, and how she felt she was living a lie for most of her life.  She does not worry about the use of pronouns in referring to her, so I will generally be referring […]

Categories: Book Review · Celebrities