Back in April 2018, I was lucky enough to attend The Astrology of Wealth Management, a seminar given by Christeen Skinner, a clever and well-experienced financial astrologer with a client base of market-traders, investors, CEO’s, and entrepreneurs. In that seminar, Christeen warned us to clear as much personal debt as possible prior to 2020. I…
Tonight, at 17:49 GMT, we will enjoy the Super (full) Moon in Virgo. Many of you already know that each month’s Full Moon is the culmination and/or manifestation of the ‘seed’ of whatever it was that we each ‘planted’ approximately two weeks earlier with the New Moon. The theme of that new Moon on 23…
Think along the lines of the growth/expansion of a tumor – or even the coronavirus – that may ultimately kill you.
He needs to be the centre of attention so give gifts of clothes and jewellery that are at the height of fashion.
We might also see it as a sign for the future – the necessity of the ending of the United Kingdom as it is now. Scotland has made no bones about it: the ‘clan’ to which they may more naturally adhere (i.e. Scots) has been dragged from the European Union against its will.
Should this happen, it could leave both parties feeling emotionally drained. Another potential problem is that whilst one person endlessly gives (in this case, most likely it would be Ms S), the other person (Mr T) might endlessly take. If this dynamic remains unchecked as the relationship progresses, it could well prompt Ms S (the Moon person) to become increasingly more possessive – demanding more and more attention.
Now comes the turning point – although the proverbial writing may have been the proverbial wall for some time in regards to an upcoming change to our domestic situation, we can no longer ignore it.
Looking at the Nativity through a similar lens, then in Mary we might sense the presence of Isis; in Joseph, we might see Osiris, the patriarch with the crooked staff. How about finding the luminous babe in the manger to be like Krishna?
One of the perennial philosophies asserts that only in eternity (i.e. God, Plato’s forms, Aristotelian essences) can constancy be found. All else is subject to mutability, change as the result of time. In Book Eleven of his Confessions, St Augustine questioned time in relation to God (the stable Truth) and His creation of the temporal world.…
In Venus, the evening star, may we also have found the ‘woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet’ as noted in Revelations 12:1-5?