The Black Moon Lilith will be making her way through the sign of motherhood, Cancer, until January 2023. This is significant for everyone, of course, but especially those of us with important angles or planets in Cancer or Capricorn, Aries or Libra or probably Pisces. Wherever Lilith goes she brings a touch of the wild, […]
Talking with a client this morning, a rather unpleasant simile for the coming eclipse popped out of my mouth: “It’s like diarrhoea.” Oops. A bowel evacuation is sometimes nasty, but necessary, especially when you’re getting rid of poison. This coming eclipse, on the night of May 15-16, is in Scorpio, the sign that rules the […]
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This month’s horoscopes are up and ready for your perusal. The hectic pace of 2022 continues into May. The cosmic weather is unsettled and includes a really powerful lunar eclipse, a change of signs for mighty Jupiter and some rather fortunate days. This month’s live Q&A is on 15 May, just a few hours before […]
The podcast with Sally is up a little late this month, because I had no voice for a while. As you will hear, I’m only just getting it back. We had an interesting discussion about the Taurus-Scorpio axis, Jupiter going into Aries and more. Here’s a link to the home page where you can find […]
There are other worlds. Of course there are. We are more, or less, aware of them. If you get down to cat-level and look between blades of grass, a new world opens for you, where a bug is sheep-size and orchids are trees, or look into the heart of an orchid and you are a […]
We are awash with watery energy, leaking across boundaries, flooding the basement, slooshing through the media, washing over the doorsill and up the stairs. We’re not at the high tide yet, though, it’s coming. You may have noticed breaches in boundaries — political (Ukraine), professional (Will Smith), or personal (you name it). There are many […]
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“Doing your own thing is very good… if you have a thing to do.” — Iris Apfel Playful, eccentric, glamorous, wry, Iris Apfel has an eye for the shiny, feathered, glittering, colourful thing. Her apartments in Palm Beach and New York City are eclectic bower-birds’ nests, encrusted with things found in decades of visiting flea-markets, […]
This month’s podcast is now available. Sally and I discussed the sign of the Ram, and the upcoming conjunction of Jupiter and Neptune plus we took a look at the New and Full Moons. Or you can watch on YouTube, and see the charts we looked at for the lunations. The Asteroids Report: March-May in […]
As the war in Ukraine rages, it’s hard to think of anything else. I was so pleased when two of the smartest astrologers I know, Victor Olliver and Lynn Bell, agreed to come discuss the situation yesterday. You can watch this on YouTube or listen. If you want to see the charts we discuss, better […]
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