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Entries from December 2011

2011 – An Astrological Retrospective

Selections from the blog: January 16th: There were floods all over the globe last week: in Australia, Brazil and Sri Lanka, creating unexpected devastation.  I wonder if this presages the entry of Neptune into its own water sign of Pisces in April this year. 23rd: With Jupiter jumping ship from Pisces and into the fire […]

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Aspects for the week beginning 25 December 2011

If you have woken early to see what aspects Santa has brought, you can go back for a lie in after popping the turkey in the oven.  For the Xmas special (Jupiter turning direct) doesn’t occur until 22.08 Hrs in the U.K., well after the TV Xmas soaps.   Haven’t managed to watch enough cookery run- up-to-Xmas programmes, but […]

Categories: Astrology

Aspects for the week beginning 18 December 2011

Headline: Second member of McFly wins a reality TV series in the same month Harry Judd, winner of Strictly Come Dancing 2011, is a Capricorn, with Sun conjunct Neptune (facility for dance) in Capricorn sextile Mars/Pluto in Scorpio, a bundle of energy.  He has 4 planets in Sagittarius, so has a taste for adventure, and […]

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Aspects for the week beginning 11 December 2011

The position in which Britain finds itself this Sunday morning, after Uranus turned direct and the Moon was eclipsed at the end of last week, is a matter of glee for Eurosceptics and the worst-case scenario for Pro-Europeans.  I am referring of course to David Cameron’s “stand” on Europe, leaving us potentially isolated from the […]

Categories: News

Aspects for the week beginning 4 December 2011

For those of you who have been following this blog since the summer, you will understand when I say that “Bullet Man” (responsible for the bullet point innovation on the blog) has again expressed an opinion. This time he has asked for the blog to appear in paragraphs, to make it easier to read.  Bullet […]

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