Astrological Review of April 2012

Last month, we witnessed the annual stationing of Pluto, once again in the sign of Capricorn, on April the 10th /11th. Coming on the back of the double-whammy of the Mercury and Mars retrogrades, which resulted in major travel delays, loss of data, and a distinct decrease in physical vitality or the ability to make good progress, this stationing also coincided with the resignation of arch-conservative Republican candidate, Rick Santorum, from… Continue reading Astrological Review of April 2012

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