What on earth is going on in the heavens in 2020?

Posted by on Oct 29, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Four Hour Online Seminar Series on Sat 9th / Sun 10th Nov 2019 We are fast approaching one of the most critical and significant astrological alignments of the modern era. In January 2020, Saturn and Pluto make a rare and powerful conjunction in Capricorn, followed soon after by Jupiter’s triple conjunction with Pluto and then to round off the year, Jupiter and Saturn make their own conjunction to each other in Aquarius. Add into the picture two very potent eclipses and the involvement of some powerful Divine Feminine energies in the...

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Confession #6: Touched by Eternity

Posted by on Oct 14, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Confessions of a wandering astrologer #6… Touched by Eternity. [Moon void of course in the late degrees of Aries. Sun square Pluto. Mercury sextile Saturn] It has been pointed out to me once or twice by my closest friends that, on occasion, I have a tendency to catastrophise. It’s a fire sign thing, I’m sure. I’ve seen it too, with my Aries, Leo and Saggie friends. It’s about being so swept up in the moment with what’s going on now, that you lose perspective on the future, or the past, and assume that what...

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Confession #5: The Game of Love

Posted by on Oct 10, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Confessions of a wandering astrologer #5…The Game of Love [Waxing gibbous Moon in Pisces approaching conjunction with Neptune.] What is this game of love that we play? Is it for us a game of pleasure and passion, a game of joy and freedom, or a game of duty or responsibility? Is it a game of suffering and longing; pain and loss? Maybe, and probably, it partakes of all these at different times. And if love is so important to us as human beings, then to whom are we dedicating it? To our lover or spouse? To ourselves? To the living...

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Confessions of a Wandering Astrologer #4: What is speaking to you from the horizon?

Posted by on Oct 8, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Confessions of a wandering astrologer #4… Waxing gibbous moon, with Moon in Aquarius trine the Sun in Libra, and Venus ingress into Scorpio today… I have just completed a four day training in the Yew Mysteries, with the extraordinary Michael Dunning, journeying deeply into the Otherworld sentience of the Yew, the most long-lived and ancient tree on Earth. It has been profoundly insightful and I want to share a particularly striking insight here in relation to the horizon, as it pertains to astrology. We worked a lot during the course...

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Confessions of a Wandering Astrologer #3: Chiron’s Wound

Posted by on Oct 6, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Confessions of a wandering astrologer #3. It is first quarter moon time today, with the moon now in Capricorn, square the Sun in Libra. And Mars has now entered Libra; the warrior turning up for battle just as a ceasefire is called! So he must his ply his energy into peace, justice and reconciliation, initiating open dialogue to create more harmonious agreements. Today Mars makes a conjunction to my natal Jupiter-Uranus conjunction in the seventh house of my chart, exactly as I am initiating a more radical commitment to love, openness and...

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Confessions of a Wandering Astrologer #2: What is a Planet?

Posted by on Oct 3, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Confessions of a wandering astrologer #2…Pluto turns direct today. Moon is in Sagittarius. Mercury enters Scorpio. Venus is beginning to be (briefly) visible in the evening sky. And I’m on my way to Shropshire to do a four day course on the mysteries of the Yew tree. …For my second ‘confession’, I’d like to talk about what we astrologers mean when we talk about a planet. To the modern mind, a planet is simply a physical ‘object’ out there in the solar system, rotating around the Sun under the...

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Confessions of a Wandering Astrologer #1: To Be a Wanderer

Posted by on Oct 1, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Confessions of a wandering astrologer #1 … So I’ve had this idea to start a new blog, with this title. I feel drawn to share my insights and astrologically inspired reflections, and something of my rather strange life as an astrologer. For now I’m going to post on here, until I get a new blog website set up. The idea came at the Libra new moon on Saturday, as I was reflecting on where I am right now in my life. Today the moon is in Scorpio, and Venus is about to return from the underworld, where you might just briefly...

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New Moon in Libra – Sept 28th 2019

Posted by on Sep 28, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

We have a new moon in Libra today (7.26pm UK time), conjoining with Mercury and Venus also, being in her dignity in Libra. Ideally this is a time, not for action, but for consideration and contemplation. It is an opportune moment to ponder different options, possibilities and points of view. It is an invitation to weigh the potential benefits and pitfalls of a particular attitude, behaviour or course of action in the balancing scales of the contemplative mind. And the art to which we are best employed at at a time like this is that of...

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New Moon in Virgo 30th Aug 2019

Posted by on Aug 30, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

New Moon in Virgo today. (11.37am UK time). “I discern what is essential to my well-being, and it becomes my practice”. This is the Virgo mantra that I propose in my book, ‘Your Zodiac Soul’, and with all five of the so-called personal planets in Virgo today, we should really heed the call of this sign’s medicine for the month ahead. Virgo connects us to the deep feminine wisdom of the body and our relationship to the earth’s natural cycles, reminding us to pay attention to our body’s innate...

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Glastonbury Zodiac Milky Way Pilgrimage

Posted by on Aug 11, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

  I am at Lamyatt Beacon this morning, just above Bruton, in Somerset, and this is a fossilised scallop shell, symbol of pilgrimage, of the Camino de Santiago, of St Jacques de Compostela. There are thousands of them up here. It is one of the magical synchronicities of the Glastonbury Zodiac Milky Way trackway pilgrimage, of which this happens to be the start point. The route was discovered by Anthony Thorley and Celia Gunn in 2000. It is 28 miles in length, and it mirrors on the earth the Milky Way in the sky and it crosses the...

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