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This site contains quite a few new bits and pieces, all of which I hope will be of interest to you. Select from the articles or drop down menu below.

a history of astrology: (in less than 600 words)

We know Man has been fascinated with stars and planets for as long as he has been able to see them. Even astronomers won't dispute that fact. But as far as what we know astrology to be in this day and age, compared to what it was centuries ago, things really haven't changed much. Well, in some ways anyway... Click to view rest of article

saturn: the grumpy one moves on

Saturn regularly gets a bad rap. As a Capricorn, I should be more respectful and appreciative of the planet that rules my sign and co-rules Aquarius. But I, like many of you, have a love/hate relationship with this planet and as of July 2005, I'm probably going to like Saturn a little bit more than I have done of late.
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chiron: the healer makes good

Astrologers like to make a fuss sometimes. We especially like to make a fuss when an event happens in the sky that both astrologers and astronomers consider to be rare and fascinating. I am referring specifically to the planet Chiron's move into Aquarius from Capricorn on 21 February 2005.
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Rising signs: Removing the Mask

rising signs: removing the mask

'Rising sign? Is that the sign that indicates what time I'm likely to get up in the morning?' Er, you're not far off actually, but it's a little bit more complex than that. So below I've outlined what is meant by the term 'Rising Sign' or 'Ascendant' as it's also referred to (by people who like to use bigger words). Click to view rest of article

full moons: look on the bright side

Regardless of what sign we belong to, we are all influenced and affected by a Full Moon. The 29½ day cycle the Moon undergos on a monthly basis is responsible for a great many things, some of which you are undoubtedly aware of, others you may not be aware of. Click to view rest of article

venus: the planet of love

Back in June 2004, (particularly the fortnight prior to and after the 8 June) there was much talk and excitement about something both astronomers and astrologers were calling 'The Transit of Venus'. This involved Venus moving across the front of the Sun for the first time since 6 December 1882.
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the grand quintiles: it's all in the mind

In October, two amazing aspects called Grand Quintiles occurred. These involved a division of the 360 degree circumference of the Zodiac by 5 which formed five-pointed stars, or pentagrams. The first occurred on October 1, the second on October 28, with a lunar eclipse. A final formation is due on 26 November 2004. Click to view rest of article

sedna: the solar system's most distant object

Back in March 2004, NASA announced it might have discovered a new planet in our solar system. The last time astronomers and astrologers got so excited was when Pluto was discovered in 1930. Sedna was actually discovered back in November 2003 but was officially confirmed in the press on March 15, 2004.
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a view from colleen's window

I enjoy receiving and reading e-mails sent to me whenever an 'out of the ordinary' astrological event occurs. The below e-mail from Colleen in Calgary, Alberta summed up a few interesting thoughts and I was keen to share it with you... Click to view rest of article
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