I heard about the bombings yesterday via Facebook when an astrologer asked what time they had occurred. I quickly skipped to the news and then spent the next hour glued to the reports of horrific injuries and loss of life.
Nothing can justify or truly explain what has happened but it is in my nature to want to understand. My way of trying to understand is through astrology. Continue reading
I’ll admit it, I’m a sci-fi junkie. Ever since I was a little girl, I have been fascinated with space travel. My great-uncle worked at the Kennedy Space centre and would often send me newspaper clips and souvenirs. I devoured every single sci-fi series in rapt silence, shushing anyone who dared to speak during the show. Star Trek, Dr. Who (Tom Baker was my doctor), Space 1999 (I wanted to be Maya!), Blake’s 7, Battlestar Galactica, Logan’s Run, Mork and Mindy… If it had aliens and space travel, I had to watch it. Continue reading
Mean or True – which do you use? This is one of those discussions between astrologers where everyone has an preference and opinion. Perhaps I should amend the word ‘everyone’ considering not every astrologer uses Black Moon Lilith. She is a contentious issue in some circles but despite some misgivings, she isn’t going away.
I’m not going to pretend for a second that I understood initially why I made my choice of which Black Moon to use. It was purely based on my association with the words ‘true’ and ‘mean’. Mean is just…well…nasty! “True is the truth” quipped my mind so I plumped for that version. Continue reading
I haven’t seen a great deal of the sun recently. Over the past few years it seems that England has slipped into a pattern where we have glorious sunshine for a couple of weeks in April/May then we head straight into monsoon season until sometime in September! Grey skies are occasionally split to reveal the blue beyond. Despite it being the supposed height of summer, most nights I still sleep with two quilts, a blanket and a hot water bottle. Even as I sat thinking about this article, the heavens opened and mocked my desire to write about the solstice. Continue reading