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Steppenwolf

September 16, 2017
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Steppenwolf

A man, who feels himself to be half wolf, wanders through the rainy night streets of a European city. He comes across a strange door in a wall and sees this sign, or thinks he sees it, but then does it disappear? Magic Theatre  Admission not for everybody — Not for everybody — MAD PEOPLE...
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Jim Carrey: A Message From Planet X

September 12, 2017
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Jim Carrey: A Message From Planet X

  Jim Carrey, actor, comedian (and now painter) gave a red-carpet interview this week which was labelled “weird” and “awkward”. Among other things he said that the fashion event he was attending was “meaningless”, a statement of the obvious, some might say. He then went on to talk as if he’d just finished reading The Tao...
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Astrology of Now: The Horses of Neptune

September 11, 2017
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Astrology of Now: The Horses of Neptune

Homeric Hymn to Poseidon About Poseidon the great god first I sing, mover of the earth and the barren sea, marine god, who possesses Helicon and broad Aegae. In two parts, Earth-shaker, the gods assigned you your privilege: to be a tamer of horses, and saviour of ships. I salute you, Poseidon, earth-rider, sable-hair....
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Astrology and Freedom

September 8, 2017
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Astrology and Freedom

I have quite a few Asian clients, brought up in the Vedic or Chinese systems of astrology. At first, I was curious that they should seek out a Western practitioner even though they were steeped in a more culturally-accepted tradition. But after several enlightening conversations, I started to understand just how liberating it might be to use a system that is outside your...
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Double Retrograde for A Reactionary Throwback

September 6, 2017
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Double Retrograde for A Reactionary Throwback

Oh the splendidness of astrology. I was listening to that Jacob Rees-Mogg, a 48-year-old elderly schoolboy who may actually become the next leader of the British Conservative Party. He is a caricature of “posh”, with the faux self-deprecating, smooth-bumbling of an Etonian (super polite and very rude simultaneously), and the opinions of, well, a bigot. So, I...
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Astrology of Now: Ceres, Abundance or Famine

September 4, 2017
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Astrology of Now: Ceres, Abundance or Famine

    As the goddess of grain and agriculture,  Ceres was one of the most important deities in Rome. The “world of Ceres”, a pit with a stone lid, was ceremonially opened three times a year – August 24, October 5 and November 8 – and offerings were left for the goddess of abundance. Right now, Ceres...
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September’s One-Minute

September 1, 2017
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September Horoscopes

August 31, 2017
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September Horoscopes

With the wettest September Full Moon since 2015 coming up on the 6th, Mars and Mercury tangoing on the lip of an abyss, and Uranus and Jupiter in a final face-off across the divorce angle, September looks tempestuous. But where there is disruption, there is potential…. To read your horoscope, or subscribe, click here.  

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Astrology of Now: This Restless Summer

August 21, 2017
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Astrology of Now: This Restless Summer

…and yet the children eat figs on the beach, fight, splash. The wine tastes good. Sun sets. Everything, everything is precious. This summer is not like other summers. A magnifying glass hovers over the human world, making our invisible bonds almost visible, gossamer threads ruffling, stretching, floating like skeins a spider weaves, catching rainbows and dew. Imagine:...
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