Many British voters will go the polls tomorrow feeling trapped in a no-win situation, forced to choose between the Devil and the deep blue sea. Unlike 2016, however, there are two major forces at work in the 2019 UK General Election - the trickster energy of Mercury and Neptune on one hand; but on the other, the emergence of strong and determined desire for major structural reform to the political system, on the other. Which one will win out? Read on to find out....
Yesterday, Boris Johnson lost his first vote in the House of Commons as UK prime Minister. Today, he says he will offer Jeremy Corbyn what he's been gagging for - an election. But is it, as Tony Blair warns, a trap? The stars, particularly today's Venus-Neptune opposition, suggest it may well be...However, there ARE solutions,… Continue reading Venus-Neptune & Brexit: Election Trap?
Boris Johnson has announced his intention to prorogue Parliament in a risky move designed to quash any rebellion from MPs over his intention to force through Brexit. He does so on the day of a bold and daring Mars-Uranus trine. UK and European politicians have already begun to express their outrage at this affront on… Continue reading Rebel, Rebel – Boris the ProRogue PM
Can astrology provide us with some useful insights into the character of this enigmatic woman? On Wednesday the 13th of July, a day after Venus enters the sign par excellence of world leaders and kings: majestic and proud Leo - emblem of Britain since the 12th century - Theresa May will become the second woman ever to hold… Continue reading Just who is Theresa May?
On Friday the 24th of June 2016, many Brits woke up to the shock of their life - the EU Referendum poll had yielded a voting result no one had expected - the Brexit camp had won by a margin of 4%. As the reality began to sink in, Leave voters began to celebrate, whilst elsewhere, there… Continue reading Shock & Awe: the Brexit vote postmortem
In less than 10 days, the UK population will go the polls to decide whether or not they want to be a part of the European Union or not. This is a fairly landmark vote, and one that has massive implications, not only for the fate of Britain, but also potentially for the rest of… Continue reading To Brexit or not to Brexit, that is question…
As befitted a month during which the Sun spent half its time in unpredictable Aquarius, February turned out to chock full of surprises. These included the shock resignation of the Pope on February the 11th, the shooting of Paralympic champion, Oscar Pistorius’ girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, in the early hours of Valentine’s Day, the downgrading of… Continue reading Resignation of Pope Benedict
June was Jubilee month for the UK. During June 3-6, the nation (plus many Commonwealth countries and well-wishers from around the world) celebrated the Queen’s diamond anniversary with a feast of memorable public events, including a Thames riverboat procession and a rock concert outside Buckingham Palace, along with numerous tea and garden parties. The festivities helped many people to… Continue reading Astrological Review of June 2012