Introduction to Astrology

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Men and Astrology – Part I

If you want to understand men find out their sun sign, which reveals where a man shines the brightest (or not). Part 1 of a two part series.

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Chemistry Lessons for Women – Part II

Chemistry lessons in astrology work between couples, friends, family, flatmates/roommates, colleagues, staff, employers. Part 2 explores for women with sun signs in Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Aquarius, Capricorn and Pisces.

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Is Australia Aquarian?

You can choose the January 26th, 1788 or February 7th, 1788 charts and Australia is still heavily Aquarian. (If you are heavily Aquarian too, you may feel right at home here.)

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Introduction to Astrology: Is America a Capricorn?

Astrologers love arguing about the ‘real’ horoscope for the United States. There are several contenders. The most popular national chart is set for Independence Day, 4th July 1776. It makes America a Cancerian country.

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Introduction to Astrology: And Venus Was Her Name

You’ve heard about your Saturn Return, but what about your Venus Return? That’s the day that Venus travels through the heavens, to land at the same zodiac sign, and degree, which she occupied on the day you were born.

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Introduction to Astrology: Life On Mars

Mars challenges you to act on your own timetable, rather than just reacting in the heat of the moment. Doing this gives you time and space to contemplate before you take action.

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Introduction to Astrology: Dates With Destiny

We all have dates with destiny. Watch for the days when planets and other heavenly bodies line up at the same degrees in your chart. If they also happen to line up at the same sign, pay even more attention.

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Astrology and Your Body

If you are concerned with health, healing and your body, there are some tried and tested clues in your astrological birth chart.

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Introduction to Astrology: Love!

Lovers have charts which describes the relationship – what it’s for, and what kind of journey it will involve for both of you (hopefully The Love Boat rather than The Titanic).

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Introduction to Astrology: Murky Retrograde

To really understand Mercury, you must return to the Romans and understand the way they traded and did business, as they gave us the archetype for Mercury in the first place. Our modern astrology comes from them.

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Introduction to Astrology: Understanding Pluto

We associate Pluto with something very big becoming something rather small and the idea of downsizing, putting someone in their place, shrinking people’s positions, lowering their status, dwarfing their importance and so on, is tied to all Pluto transits.

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Introduction to Astrology: Minerva and Mod Astrology

Minerva is a potent symbol of wisdom in your personal birth chart. Your Minerva sign and house reveal where people go to you for solutions, and where you have a depth of knowledge that can change your life if you cultivate it.

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Free Weekly Astrology Class: Saturn

Saturn does bring challenges. There are always issues. If you have Sagittarius, Capricorn or Aquarius personal birth chart factors, you will be affected by the cycles, now through 2020. There will be no falling sky, though. Just some work to do.

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Free Weekly Astrology Class: Jupiter in Capricorn

If you’re at home now, you’ll want to listen to my colleague, the widely experienced astrologer Stephanie Johnson, who recorded this podcast on Jupiter in Capricorn – the cycle that rules your life in 2020. Jupiter is here to help. The planet of opportunity, hope and problem-solving is at large for the week ending March 22nd.

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