Author: Christina

In Conversation with Anne Whitaker

Anne Whitaker, writer, astrologer and raconteur was kind enough to spend an evening in astrological conversation with me and members of the Oxford Astrologer. We were discussing her new book Postcards to the Future: Mercurial Musings 1995-2021.  As well as being a fine writer and critic, Anne is an amusing raconteur. Please excuse a few […]

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The Tapestry of Night

A long time ago, before streetlights and cars, when nights without the Moon were really dark, if it was clear, the bedizened velvet sky held us tight in her embrace. Sailors far out at sea, bobbing on the breast of the ocean, could look up and see constellations they recognised from home; travellers across the […]

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August Horoscopes

August is full of fire and ice, vim and vigour, push and pull — with a crackle in the air and fire in the sky in some parts of the planet, and ice storms in the other. Topsy and turvy it may be, but the cosmic dance continues, and all we can do is try […]

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Leo Self-Portraits

Last month, I found a huge number of artists born under a Cancer Sun. It seems that Leos are less prone to pick up a paintbrush. I think a lot of them might find being in a studio all day too lonely. So no surprise then that possibly the most famous Leo artist of the […]

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