Here is the birth chart of British austerity, as announced by David Cameron in Cheltenham in April 2009. The chart contains several outstanding markers for difficulty.
This summer sees the culmination of a seed process; one that has been under way for a fair time, one that is already visibly manifesting into concrete reality, and which will not be fully complete until 2015; crucially however, this summer will mark a crossing over, a point of no return, and the world will... Continue Reading →
Today I wish to examine certain of the so-called Transneptunians, those hypothetical points proposed by Alfred Witte, founder of the Hamburg School during the 1920s and 1930s. The fact that the Transneptunian points are not known to physically exist was as much a problem for astrologers back then as it is for some today; indeed,... Continue Reading →
Today I would like to discuss a somewhat more subtle insight of the astrology; one which really questions the tendency to try and break down the experience of interpretation in a clearly Virgoan manner; this as much as anything else creates (for myself) a sense that Mercury cannot approach the astrologer's craft fully, and certainly... Continue Reading →
Uranian astrology is an interesting study. I have always been a big fan of Ebertin's Cosmobiology ever since I read my grandfather's copy of "The Combination of Stellar Influences", which my decidedly odd adolescent brain found to be strangely compelling and to this day I find Ebertin's delineations to be among the best. Of course... Continue Reading →