Astrological Review of October 2011

With plenty of contacts between Venus and Mercury, October was an eventful month, especially for legal decisions. We had the headline-grabbing acquittal of Amanda Knox, jailed for the murder of Meredith Kercher, after her appeal hearing in Italy. This occurred when both were part of a stellium of planets in Libra, sign of justice and the law. Later with Venus and Mercury having ingressed into vindictive, sometimes vengeful Scorpio, from where they opposed the Moon and Jupiter, politician, Liam Fox, was forced to resign amidst scandalous rumours about his association with Adam Werritty.  A… Continue reading Astrological Review of October 2011

Astrological Review of September 2011

The September Autumn Equinox saw the return to prominence of many issues that were topical around the March 2011 Spring Equinox, including the Arab democratic uprisings, the publication of a raft of recommended changes to UK banking laws, and the fate of the US and Eurozone economies. Rather fittingly from an astrological standpoint, these events corresponded with the stationing of Pluto in Capricorn (17th); retrograde since May 2011, which many astrologers consider to symbolise the need formajor reform of the world’s financial and political institutions, as well as the need… Continue reading Astrological Review of September 2011

Astrological Review of February 2011

During February, a series of contacts to the lunar nodes by major planets, Jupiter andUranus appeared to mobilise the populace of several North African and middle eastern countries, including Tunisia, Egypt, Algeria, Libya and Bahrain, into protesting against their despotic political leaders and calling for democratic political reform. Both Uranus and Jupiter have been hovering near the mid-point of the nodal axis since the beginning of February, together forming a T-square with… Continue reading Astrological Review of February 2011