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The Come-Back
October 17, 2010

What could be more reflective of the current planetary set-up than the Chilean miners released from the underworld? Venus retrograde in Scorpio is the signature of what rises to the surface, what comes back from a hidden place. For their re-connection, the miners even travelled in a capsule called Phoenix – the ultimate symbol of rising from the ashes. This human treasure – more precious than any other resource translated into pure joy. So touching and moving. During this Venus retrograde period in Scorpio which lasts until mid November we need to think about retrieval. Even Ryan O’Neal and Ali McGraw are re-living their cinematic and real-life Love Story these days.

Millibands Are The Cancer-Capricorn Clash
October 3, 2010

Cancerian David Milliband was trampled over by his Capricorn brother Ed, who scooped the labour leadership last week. Never underestimate the cunning Capricorn climb to the top – or the damage that family tensions can wreak on a sensitive Cancerian. This story is at the gut-wrenching heart of the Cancer-Capricorn polarity. But with stealthy Pluto’s powerful influence on his Sun, Ed was bound to win.

Equinox
September 27, 2010

We have just had the Autumn Equinox and Chinese Autumn Moon Festival. Both ancient celebrations of harvest, completion and new beginnings. The Moon Festival – sometimes called the Lantern Festival is when people gather together to gaze at the Full Moon and eat moon cakes. Sometimes floating lanterns are released into the sky. What a great way to make a wish.

All Done
September 13, 2010

Does Your Life Look Like This?
September 7, 2010


The loose connections of a Mercury retrograde cycle can be hard to unravel.

TELEPHONE ALERT: Please use your special numbers for your star sign message – the prefix followed by 5501 for Aries, 5502 Taurus, 5503 Gemini, 5504 Cancer, 5505 Leo, 5506 Virgo, 5507 Libra, 5508 Scorpio, 5509 Sagittarius, 5510 Capricorn, 5511 Aquarius, 5512 Pisces

The retrograde gremlin is working overtime on my website. Wednesday’s New Moon brings a fresh slant for all and an aha moment for Virgo. Venus into Scorpio is a real Biba moment – and Jupiter’s return to Pisces has to be a watershed.

Something Fishy About That Full Moon
August 22, 2010

Sun in Virgo, Full Moon in Pisces. Should we act with our head or our heart? Is it all analysis, balance sheets and slaving away behind the scenes or should we indulge our fantasies, buy hyacinths for the soul and lose ourselves in love and escapism? Virgo is work, Pisces is relaxing. How can we be on the case but loosen up a bit too…

I think this London street epitomises the mood of the moment – Westbourne Grove – the formality of the old buildings as a perfect backdrop for the creative vibe.

Catch you later
August 15, 2010

This week is the final curtain for the Jupiter opposite Saturn square Pluto scenario. Endings and beginnings. I am returning to London and will keep you posted from there!

The Lighthouse at Martha’s Vineyard
August 9, 2010

This is an extreme time. We see things in black and white, dark and light, good and bad, either/or. It’s all part of the Aries-Libra opposition with Pluto in Capricorn intensifying the polarity. The lighthouse is such a reassuring presence on the coastline.

Martha's Vineyard lighthouse

Cardinal T Square
August 2, 2010

You never know who’s going to be next to you in the queue.

It could be an angel or a devil! As the Cardinal T square lines up in the heavens we’re seeing all kinds of strange things.

Opposites Attract
July 26, 2010

This week I visited the Roof Garden at the top of the Metropolitan Museum.  It really is a place where the bucolic lushness of Central Park merges with the urban skyscraper landscape.  It got me thinking about the current Mars/Saturn opposition Uranus.  The trees are the Mars Saturn in Libra – all about roots, beauty and the constant cycles of nature.  The skyline with its hard edges – very man-made, jagged and Uranian.  We all fall somewhere in this polarity and affinity.  Do we need the space and serenity of the countryside or the street-buzz of the city.  Where are we happiest ?  For some the city is excitement and the countryside is boredom, for others nature is freedom and the city is stifling.  This amazing view across the treetops of Central Park towards the dazzling skyline captures the opposites.

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