Another Royal Baby on the Way…but when exactly?

2018 has been a busy year for the younger members of the British royal family. No sooner was the second royal wedding of the year over when the first couple to wed Harry and Meghan, announced that they were 'pregnant'. Just days after Prince Andrew's daughter, Eugenie got hitched, Kensington Palace announced that the Duchess… Continue reading Another Royal Baby on the Way…but when exactly?

Et tu, Brute? Has the cat with nine lives finally run out of chances?

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?

Donald Trump & the Great American Eclipse of 2017

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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

Shock & Awe: the Brexit vote postmortem

On Friday the 24th of June 2016, many Brits woke up to the shock of their life - the EU Referendum poll had yielded a voting result no one had expected - the Brexit camp had won by a margin of 4%. As the reality began to sink in, Leave voters began to celebrate, whilst elsewhere, there… Continue reading Shock & Awe: the Brexit vote postmortem

Financial Astrology: Eclipses & the Stock Market

Can astrology tell us anything about upcoming trends in the stock markets?

What Astrology Reveals about the Real Princess Diana

I recently had the privilege of working on a documentary about the late Princess Diana, which proved to be rather eye-opening on a number of levels. Like many people who grew up during the 1980’s and 1990’s, I was completely fascinated by her as a child, and her sudden and shocking death in 1997 left… Continue reading What Astrology Reveals about the Real Princess Diana

Can we expect Royal Twins?

Since it was first announced by Clarence House that the Duchess of Cambridge was pregnant with her and Prince William’s second child, the speculation and guessing around details of her pregnancy and the future birth has continued unabated. The question that is on most people’s lips right now is: “Will the next little Cambridge be… Continue reading Can we expect Royal Twins?

Another Royal Pregnancy

Can astrology tells us anything about the second royal baby at this point? From one Kate to another - all focus once more returned to Kate Middleton aka Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge during September as Clarence House announced that Britain’s most popular royal couple were expecting again. Speculation had been rife ever since their… Continue reading Another Royal Pregnancy

The April 2014 Grand Cross

CARDINAL GRAND CROSS & LUNAR ECLIPSE For many, April was a month when the ground literally seemed to move. A powerful and turbulent Cardinal Grand Cross involving Uranus in Aries, Jupiter in Cancer, Mars in Libra and Pluto in Capricorn, keyed into the lunar eclipse in Libra mid-month, turbo-charging the days between April the 15th and… Continue reading The April 2014 Grand Cross

Neptune in Pisces: flooding, drowning and tidal surges in the UK

Neptune stationed on the 11th of November, ending its annual retrograde period, which began around 7 June 2013. For many, this came as something of a relief. Neptune’s stay in the sign of Pisces has been anything but peaceful or uneventful, especially when it comes to the sea. Since Neptune’s ingress into water-ruled Pisces in… Continue reading Neptune in Pisces: flooding, drowning and tidal surges in the UK