‘Sea’ change but not without choppy waters: 2020 US Election Predictions

In this post, which is designed to dovetail with the geomancy forecast I recently did on YouTube, I will be doing some straightforward predictions, using the astrology of the polling day itself, and showing its links to both the birth charts of the two candidates and where relevant, to the so-called Sibley chart for the US, to see what the possible outcome of this election will be.

Crowns, Towers & Lightning Bolts: the 2020 US Elections & the October Surprise

The much-touted 2020 Presidential race is on its last lap the US and with just days to go, I thought it time to see how the astrology squared up with the messages that came through in the geomancy forecast I recently did on YouTube. To avoid this post getting too long or becoming overwhelming, I… Continue reading Crowns, Towers & Lightning Bolts: the 2020 US Elections & the October Surprise

Between the Devil & the Deep Blue Sea: 2019 Election Predictions

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....

Halloween Brexit & the Spectre of Mercury Retrograde

The next 9-10 days is going to be absolutely crucial in the Brexit saga. Astrologically, this period is marked by Venus contacts to astrological heavyweights Saturn and Pluto, as well as a Scorpio New Moon AND the start of Mercury retrograde on October the 31st....Wow!

Eye on Parliament: Prorogue High Court Judgement

Today at 10:30am BST, the High Court of the United Kingdom delivered its judgement on Boris Johnson's decision to suspend government, saying that it acted unlawfully. Can astrology offer us any insights into the consequences of this verdict and the forces at work behind the scenes in the Brexit-Boris melodrama?... HIGH COURT JUDGEMENT CHART Event… Continue reading Eye on Parliament: Prorogue High Court Judgement

Blonde Ambition: An Astrological Profile of Boris Johnson

As the stars foretold, Boris Johnson finally managed to fulfil his lifelong ambition of winning the keys to Number 10 Downing Street on 22 July 2019. Now, however, the question on everybody's lips is whether he will be able to hang onto them, or if, like David Cameron and Theresa May, he will become another… Continue reading Blonde Ambition: An Astrological Profile of Boris Johnson

Venus-Neptune & Brexit: Election Trap?

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?

Rebel, Rebel – Boris the ProRogue PM

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

Brexit: Is the UK really in danger of breaking up?

CAN THE 1801 UNION CHART HELP US PREDICT WHERE BREXIT WILL END? A lot has happened in British politics in the last month. As Mercury turned retrograde for the last three weeks of March, things seesawed back and forth, catapaulting Parliament from one shambles into another, with the Prime Minister and the House of Commons vying… Continue reading Brexit: Is the UK really in danger of breaking up?

Brexit: the Next Episode

What's the likely outcome of Mercury's next plot twist in the Brexit saga? A lot has happened in British politics since my last blog post just a week or two ago. Not only has Libran, Theresa May, backed down from her rather hardline stance at the beginning of last week, to be replaced by a… Continue reading Brexit: the Next Episode