The next 9-10 days is going to be absolutely crucial in the Brexit saga. Astrologically, this period is marked by Venus contacts to astrological heavyweights Saturn and Pluto, as well as a Scorpio New Moon AND the start of Mercury retrograde on October the 31st....Wow!
Yesterday, Boris Johnson lost his first vote in the House of Commons as UK prime Minister. Today, he says he will offer Jeremy Corbyn what he's been gagging for - an election. But is it, as Tony Blair warns, a trap? The stars, particularly today's Venus-Neptune opposition, suggest it may well be...However, there ARE solutions,… Continue reading Venus-Neptune & Brexit: Election Trap?
Boris Johnson has announced his intention to prorogue Parliament in a risky move designed to quash any rebellion from MPs over his intention to force through Brexit. He does so on the day of a bold and daring Mars-Uranus trine. UK and European politicians have already begun to express their outrage at this affront on… Continue reading Rebel, Rebel – Boris the ProRogue PM
CAN THE 1801 UNION CHART HELP US PREDICT WHERE BREXIT WILL END? A lot has happened in British politics in the last month. As Mercury turned retrograde for the last three weeks of March, things seesawed back and forth, catapaulting Parliament from one shambles into another, with the Prime Minister and the House of Commons vying… Continue reading Brexit: Is the UK really in danger of breaking up?
What's the likely outcome of Mercury's next plot twist in the Brexit saga? A lot has happened in British politics since my last blog post just a week or two ago. Not only has Libran, Theresa May, backed down from her rather hardline stance at the beginning of last week, to be replaced by a… Continue reading Brexit: the Next Episode
Theresa May lost last night's Brexit deal vote. But being the tough Saturn in Scorpio 'difficult woman' that she is, she's not giving up. Between now and the deadline of 31 March, MP's will now be subjected to an increasing number of pincer movements by the government as the UK prime minister attempts to force… Continue reading Brexit Vote: Next Steps
It's spring in the northern hemisphere, which means lambs, daffodils - and, well royal babies. Aside from all the excitement about the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on 19 May 2018, there is also plenty of excitement and speculation about the likely birth date of the third child of royal rockstars, the Duke… Continue reading Royal Birth Date Predictions 2018
Since the ANC's leadership elections in December 2017, where Cyril Ramaphosa, seemingly against the odds, managed to emerge as the victor, there has been much speculation about how long Jacob Zuma had as SA president before he was forced to step down. According to party insiders, that moment has been imminent since the lunar eclipse… Continue reading Et tu, Brute? Has the cat with nine lives finally run out of chances?
2017 continues to be a relatively volatile year, with much instability and uncertainty over Brexit, increasing tensions between the US and North Korea, a large number of wildfires breaking out across the globe and growing political instability and demonstrations in global flashpoint regions such as South America (Venezuela) and Africa (Kenya and South Africa). Eclipses are, by… Continue reading Donald Trump & the Great American Eclipse of 2017