Feminist Astrology and Germaine Greer

As a work that is traditionally hailed as being antithetic to male comfort, I find that Germaine Greer’s “Female Eunuch” probably says more about the negative stereotyping of women by women than it does about men. Of course, she argues (throughout her writing) that this is merely the extension of a patriarchal tyranny, that culturally… Read More

The Grand Trine explored…

The Grand Trine: even the moniker creates a regal ambience; if you could buy and sell aspect patterns on Ebay then there’s little doubt that the beautifully equilateral one would conjure as much interest as any possible configuration, excepting possibly the Golden Yod (which everyone in the know would want but would have no clue… Read More

Road to Nowhere

Working these last couple of days as a civilian has given me plenty of food for thought: a veritable feast in truth and one that would leave even the least finicky eater feeling a touch queasy. By a circuitous train of logic (which I shall not relate overmuch here) it has left me thinking very… Read More

Postcards from Planet Neptune (03)

Another one from the cellphone files. This is the way that I run on occasion. This evening I am creating a Neptune playlist, it is ipod therapy for astrologers under hard transits. I fully expect it to be profoundly, if fleetingly effective, but it beats Tequila right?