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Entries from May 2013

Aspects for the week beginning 2 June 2013

Liberace and the Making of the “Behind the Candelabra” Film With anti-gay riots in Paris this last week, and the first gay marriage in France at Montpellier, the TV film “Behind the Candelabra” aired on 26th May in U.S. and to be aired on U.K. television on 7th June is a timely reminder of how […]

Categories: Astrology · Film · Synastry

Aspects for the week beginning 26 May 2013

Uranus-Pluto square – Phase 3 At the time of the Uranus-Pluto square last Monday, a tornado struck the town of Moore near Oklahoma City.  Extreme weather is one of the possibilities where the Uranus-Pluto square is at its most intense.  Someone asked me recently if I do weather astrology…I make notes, but I don’t research […]

Categories: News

Aspects for the week beginning 19 May 2013

Sir Alan Sugar, The Apprentice and Entrepreneurs On the day when the new series of the Apprentice started, I found myself at a business breakfast club, with 60 seconds to pitch my business, and half expected Sir Alan to appear and tell me I was fired, so much a fan of the programme as I […]

Categories: Astrology

Uranus square Pluto – Phase 3

20 May 2013, 23.02 Hrs in the U.K. This week we face the third square between Uranus and Pluto, on Monday. The first two phases occurred on 24 June and 19 September 2012.  The square will now occupy the 11th degree of the signs Aries and Capricorn.  If you have planets or angles in this […]

Categories: Aspects · Humour

Aspects for the week beginning 12 May 2013

Sir Alex Ferguson About a year ago “bullet man” (a great influence on this blog) quipped that if I wrote about football, this blog would increase its readership.  Well with the announcement of Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement, the time has come! Sir Alex has broken all records in the world English football, including for the […]

Categories: Astrology · Sport

Aspects for the week beginning 5 May 2013

Nigel Farage and the conundrum of UKiP The face of British politics is said to have changed dramatically this week, with one in four voters plumping for UKIP.  David Cameron has been forced to retract his earlier impression of the party as “fruitcakes and closet racists” modifying his tune to “We need to show respect […]

Categories: News