Faye’s Monthly Planet … and other thoughts

I write a monthly post based on planetary principles. These are the ones tagged ‘The monthly planet’. At the moment I am updating my sites and more posts will be added as I move them over from my old version of juxtaposition – my business site.  This blog also contains my thoughts and rants on random topics, these are tagged ‘Not the monthly …

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The honourable fight

Aries 2019 Aries is a fire sign and sadly, there has been a lot of fire around this month. Many astrologers are commenting on the huge blaze in the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, and although I have my thoughts on this event, which I may share sometime, I want to discuss our warrior of the month. He was definitely …

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Brexit and the 23s

14 March 2019 Astrologically I find Brexit totally addictive. And Pisces time can result in addiction (my main Monthly Planet will be about this) so I guess that’s OK. After my post yesterday on Theresa May, Michel Barnier and Jeremy Corbyn, I thought I’d take another look at the UK chart. I use the one most astrologers use which I …

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Brexit – all at sea

13 March 2019 Yes, Neptune, the god of the sea is having a field day – or whatever the watery equivalent of that is. Astrologers have already pointed out the dangers of trying to get a vote through when Mercury is retrograde – The Oxford Astrologer’s ‘Brexit Collywobbles‘ being a case in point. Mercury is also in confusing Pisces, which …

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The misunderstood Aquarian

Aquarius 2019 No. I’m not talking about me – although I can relate to the title! It came to me when I was watching a BBC documentary about that ‘text book’ Aquarian, Germaine Greer. As I have mentioned before, although rulership of Aquarius is given to Uranus since his discovery in 1781, I think it’s not as good a fit …

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2019 The Cloud-Gatherer meets the Earth-Shaker

Capricorn 2019 When the third order of Greek gods took over from their parents, Stephen Fry describes Zeus (Jupiter) as ‘wanting the old management out and his people in.’ Zeus took overall command as supreme leader – lord of the firmament or Sky Father. One of his other names is Cloud-Gatherer. The domains of the sea and the underworld needed …

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