2014 has not been a great year for air travel. Since March, when Malaysia Air flight MH 370 went missing a few hours after take-off, and still remains to be found, we have witnessed a number of fatal accidents that have killed nearly 762 people so far this year, including another Malaysian Air flight MH17,… Continue reading Could the astrology of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 provide clues to unlocking the mystery of MH370?
May was dominated by several major planetary events: a series of Neptune squares on the 13th, 18th and 26th, which coincided with misjudgements and travel accidents; another pass of the rather challenging Uranus-Pluto square on May the 20th, which corresponded with a devastating tornado in Oklahoma and an outbreak of rioting and civil unrest in… Continue reading Woolwich Massacre & the April 2014 eclipses
As one would expect from a month dominated by Martian energy, not to mention a lunar eclipse in Scorpio, April 2013 proved to be rather eventful, and somewhat bloody month. As well as the death of Britain’s first and (so far) only female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher on the 8th in London at around 11am… Continue reading Astrological review of April 2013
Blue Moons, Pisces oppositions and storms, drownings and beachings During August, we experienced what’s known as a Blue Moon – two full moons in one month. This is largely because our calendric intervals and our lunar cycle do not perfectly overlap. As a result, for the first half of 2012, we have been experiencing Full… Continue reading Astrological Review of August 2012
June was Jubilee month for the UK. During June 3-6, the nation (plus many Commonwealth countries and well-wishers from around the world) celebrated the Queen’s diamond anniversary with a feast of memorable public events, including a Thames riverboat procession and a rock concert outside Buckingham Palace, along with numerous tea and garden parties. The festivities helped many people to… Continue reading Astrological Review of June 2012
Around the April New Moon on the 4th, many people reported experiencing intense aggravation and anxiety as the Sun, Moon and Jupiter in Aries opposed Saturn in Libra. On the world stage, Portugal finally admitted to needing a financial bailout from the EU, which led to all sorts of squabbles about whether the EU should continue to bail out ailing countries in the Eurozone, and the exact nature of what bailouts are – aid or loans? This in turn, led to further discussions about the Euro and the future of the EU. . .… Continue reading Astrological Review of April 2011