Yesterday, I was lucky enough to attend an entire day of lectures by Christeen Skinner about financial astrology. Although I learned many things (including that my harmonious natal connection between Jupiter and Pluto keeps me financially afloat during tough times), my priority was to gain information to support my work-in-process novel, The Curve of Capricorn, and… Continue reading Financial Astrology – might we be headed for a significant recession in 2025-2026?
Overall – this is looking very positive – with some problems to be overcome (to be expected) but a favourable final outcome. I would expect a publisher to come after my novel in about 9 months and that makes sense given that JB’s course finishes end in May 2018. Interestingly, if it is true that… Continue reading Will my novel, Curve of Capricorn, be published if I do JB’s Bestseller Fiction Masterclass?
If we accept that (1) the concept of canon has existed for at least two thousand years and likely to exist for a few more and (2) in our increasingly globally mobile society, canon formation will not become easier then we need to look for a new solution and I propose that to be a radical change in our point of view.
Enter Mercury to facilitate the active dialogue and transference which is at the base of all therapeutic work.
Because Saturn marks the boundary between personal and transpersonal (cosmic) powers, it is the alchemists most important planet being equated with both the beginning and end of the Great Work.
Calcinatio is a fiery, burning process governed by Aries/Mars during which the dross is burned off to purify rather like the process during which diamonds are formed.
Despite all that Scorpio, I do try to be honest and sincere and one of my greatest achievements is that because of this, I’m often put in positions of great trust.
If Ms. Green-Peas, a belly dancer from New Hampshire, could capture the heart of the nation, then there was no reason her chick might not do the same.
If anyone had asked why he’d done this every morning for the past six months, he’d gladly have told them. But since no one – not even his wife – had shown the least interest in his labours, he’d kept the secret of Silene tomentosa to himself.
Instead of fearing loss of meaning as did our forefathers, post-moderns fear loss of touch with reality. Makes perfect sense in today’s world where entertainment, information, and communication technologies provide experiences more intense – and gratifying – than RL or ‘real life’.