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Donald Plays his Trump

Posted by Jill Shearer on Sunday, March 6, 2016, In : Political astrology 
By Jodey Collorick


Trump is known for his unashamedly pumped up ego, an unwavering sense of self belief combined with a go- getting 'anything's possible'  attitude to life.  Leo rises with Mars on the Ascendant, disposed by the Sun in Gemini: this is a man who knows how to sell himself and thrives in an environment of competition and self interest.  In the run-up to his candidancy, Trump himself sums up nicely an expression of Mars rising in Leo: "I am the most successful person to ever run fo...

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CHINA - AGAIN

Posted by Jill Shearer on Thursday, January 7, 2016, In : Political astrology 
China's economy appears to be in serious meltdown. Robert Peston pointed out that China's vast credit-fuelled economy was destined to implode almost two years ago, and this week the circuit breakers installed late last year to trigger a shutdown on the Chinese stock exchange if it starts to fall too quickly have been activated twice, prompting panic across global markets.

Interestingly, both Mercury and Jupiter station retrograde this week; Mercury at 1 degree of Aquarius - less than 30s of a...
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Eclipses – Tales of the Unexpected

Posted by Jill Shearer on Saturday, September 26, 2015, In : Political astrology 
Once again we are in the eclipse season, and this season feels particularly potent, falling as it does like a pair of brackets either side of the autumnal equinox, itself a pivotal point in the celestial year. Like the notorious Siths of the Star Wars series, eclipses come in ominous pairs... And like Siths, they are notoriously difficult to predict. 
Eclipses are really supercharged lunations; lunations with knobs on, if you like. They frequently carry a heightened sense of symbolism; a subve...
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Charles Kennedy

Posted by Jill Shearer on Saturday, June 6, 2015, In : Political astrology 
Charles Kennedy was a rare kind of politician – a man of conviction and principle, a politician prepared to stand up for what he believed in, famously opposing the Iraq war in 2003, an almost lone voice cautioning against the Liberal Democrats going into coalition with the Tories in 2010, yet he never stooped to backbiting or sniping at his opponents. His warm Sagittarian generosity – even to those he disagreed with – reflect a Sagittarian Sun in wide conjunction with dignified Jupiter ...
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