It is always useful to start predictions by retrodiction, looking back to the last quarter. On the solstice we saw a debilitated chart, the Moon (the people) was in detriment in Aries (bad tempered and impatient) and the government (and the establishment) was weak shown by a Void of Course (VC) Venus.
Some people accuse astrology of being fatalistic, it is written in the stars and then destiny will unfold as it is written. Well maybe, but the question of the astrologer’s art, is what is written and how do we interpret what is written and on what level does the native operate? Because what is written must be expressed through the vehicle of the individual in question, which of course may be intimated through the horoscope, but how the person choses to use these energies cannot be predicted. The astrologer should always allow for serendipity, because of course, we do not operate in a vacuum, other people enter our drama and have their effects.
The second water sign, Scorpio gives us the female expression of Mars in a watery context. Jonas salk, a phlegmatic exemplifies the deep wisdom of the evolved Scorpio.
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
Crowley, the other side of the Greene Man, the bad boy of modern occultism, fearlessly and perhaps recklessly explored Magick, sex, drugs and power, but his softer side is shown in his beautiful Tarot cards.