The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Once, I knew a Belgian ‘white’ witch who had been a powerful (hereditary) black magician. At the height of his powers, he could kill a man just by looking at him, or at least so he said. Sounds a bit much but I believed him – not the least because he had a Pluto Square Mercury… Continue reading The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Eclipse of the Day

Unless an eclipse triggers a sensitive natal aspect (i.e. between 5-13 degrees of Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces, or Gemini), or falls on your angles (i.e. cusps of the 1st, 4th, 7th, or 10th houses), you are likely not to feel it too much. But if it does, then it will function like a power surge, provoking a crisis of some sort.

Using tomorrow’s Total Solar Eclipse to your best advantage

Tomorrow, 9 March 2016, at 2 AM GMT (London), there is a total eclipse of the Sun. As you probably know, this means that the Moon  passes between the Sun and Earth and hence completely blocks our view of the Sun. You probably also know that most calendar years have four eclipses, two of which… Continue reading Using tomorrow’s Total Solar Eclipse to your best advantage

Today is a Nine of Cups Day – be careful you might get what you want?

Fortune reminds us that if one likens the kingdom of earth to a great ship, Yesod would be the engine room. Because it partakes both in the nature of mind and matter, Yesod is the all-important energy with which you one works all magic designed to take effect in our physical world.

Literary Criticism / passage from Winterson’s ‘The Passion’ – how did I do?

With this example of intertextuality, our spiritual selves are challenged to rise above the negativity of the material world to be fully realised in the bosom of God. By referencing the Bible (Matthew 14:22-33), Winterson cleverly triggers brand awareness. God is a powerful spin-doctor.