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Entries from June 2014

Aspects for the week beginning 29 June 2014

Biting I have come across at least 4 “biting” stories this last week, which ties in with last week’s Mars opposition to Uranus.  Most prominent was the story of Luis Suarez teeth accidentally colliding with Chiellini’s shoulder.   Biting is not uncommon in toddlers, so Piaget if he were alive might have said he was […]

Categories: Astrology

Wimbledon 2014 – Week 2

The rain stopped play yesterday for all but a handful of matches at Wimbledon yesterday.  What a difference a week makes!  I had my annual strawberries last week, but it doesn’t seem right to eat them in this grey weather, and while Wimbledon is at a hiatus.  Hopefully the Sun will be out again tomorrow, […]

Categories: Wimbledon

Aspects for the week beginning 22 June 2014

Wimbledon 2014 I have made a separate blog for Wimbledon, so that those who are interested can easily find it.  So click on the link to the right or find the blog immediately below this one.  As in previous years, I hope to provide updates throughout the tournament. Aspects Tomorrow Venus enters Gemini, and you […]

Categories: Aspects

Wimbledon 2014

I was doing increasingly well blogging Wimbledon until last year.  The top seeds seemed to fall away early on, and a new crop of tennis players came to the fore.  I indicated that I may not blog again, but here I am getting back on the horse.  I always learn from each wrong prediction…  As […]

Categories: Wimbledon

Aspects for the week beginning 15 June 2014

Iraq (Update)  Iraq is arguably at its worst low ever, having been taken over by the extremist Islamist group i.S.I.S.  Next door, Syria too is also arguably at its worst low ever, with Assad newly “elected” while continuing to slaughter his own subjects. The Guardian reported: “The UN has warned that the Isis fighters have […]

Categories: News

Aspects for the week beginning 8 June 2014

Theresa May vs Michael Gove  I had hoped to steer clear of British politics for a little longer, but the spat between Home Secretary Theresa May and Education Minister Michael Gove has dominated the headlines since Wednesday, when a letter written by Theresa May was made public, criticizing lack of action by Michael Gove on […]

Categories: News

Aspects for the week beginning 1 June 2014

Heroes of the Week Maya Angelou “But a bird that stalks down his narrow cage can seldom see through his bars of rage his wings are clipped and his feet are tied so he opens his throat to sing.” ~ Maya Angelou It is ironic that Maya Angelou, author of “I Know Why the Caged […]

Categories: Obituary