Columbus used the ancient art of predicting eclipses to save his life and that of his crew
Rapists, paedophiles, and abusers are vile, no question. But what about those that enable them, who draw the vulnerable into their dark web and betray them? The astrology of Ghislaine Maxwell
This blog looks at the astrology of the Papal Bull published in 1484 which started in earnest the witch craze in Europe.
Nicholas Culpeper was a radical and rebel who transformed the medicine of his day, taking on both the Physicians and the Apothecaries, he made medicine available to the ordinary person and his writings survived long past his short life
The Full Moon tomorrow is in feisty Aries, it is a warrior Moon, who fights for the underdog and isn’t afraid to take on the big boys, like Kamala Harris.
‘When I speak of depression, I speak of a clinical depression that is the background of your entire life, a background of anguish and anxiety, a sense that nothing goes well, that pleasure is unavailable and all your strategies collapse.’ Some people find Leonard Cohen’s songs depressing, personally I find them full of joy. TheyContinue reading “The Melancholy Man: Leonard Cohen”
Alice Ball was an extraordinary chemist who discovered a way to trat leprosy in the early 20thC. This blog looks at her astrology, and how posterity shows up in the horoscope.
The autumn brings the Melancholic season, mists and mushrooms. This blog discusses the astrology of Albert Hofmann and Timothy Leary and their research into the magic mushroom, psilocybin.
How does fate and destiny work out in real life events, do we have any choice in how things turn out? Therese three people met on one fated night. Could it have been avoided?
Retrodiction in Astrology. When we are unsure of a birth time we can look back to important dates in the past to see if we can ascertain the Ascendant. Kepler had two charts, in this blog I argue which one is more likely to be his horoscope.