Like June, July is set to be extremely, marked with some fabulous highs, but some equally difficult lows, so you'll need to keep your wits about you. In addition, we have two eclipses to look forward to. Read on for a last of starry signposts to mark in your diary. this month.....READ MORE
April 2018 is likely to be a pivotal month for many. Romantic commitments and make- or-break personal decisions loom large, care of this month's major cosmic connections involving the outer planets...READ MORE
After yesterday's Supermoon, you might be forgiven for feeling that Monday is just a tad anti-climactic. After a weekend packed with some rare and rather eventful transits, the pause in planetary activity may seem like a welcome respite! However, from midweek, the planets will once again have us on our toes again. ...READ MORE
After Sunday’s rather scintillating Mercury-Uranus trine, things get a tad more serious as Mercury hooks up with sombre Saturn at 10h56 GMT on Monday. See this as the perfect time to firm up verbal plans and act on any flashes of inspiration you may have had yesterday, care of brilliant and innovative Uranus. Getting the…
We begin the week with Mercury, planet of travel, tech and communications, well and truly retrograde - a condition set to last until early September.
The week begins with a Lunar Eclipse in Aquarius. Amplifying the effect of the Full Moon, this rare event will help bring about a shift in yours or other's feelings about your role within a certain group or community.
Today a retrograde Mercury trines Saturn for the second time since the end of March. See this as an opportunity to review situations and how they've developed since the Equinox and then decide what aspects of them you'd like to revisit, remedy or bin.
This morning, the Sun meets a retrograde Mercury in Taurus. However, this crossing of paths will be fleeting - Mercury is retrograde after all - and will continue over the cusp of Taurus, ingressing back into fiery Aries at around 18h35 BST.
Today a relationship, political or legal matter comes to a head, thanks to the Libra Full Moon. As well as highlighting the classic polarity between populace (Moon) and leader (Sun), this soli-lunar event also brings cycles or situations either to a head, or to an end.
Just after midnight, Mercury turns retrograde, this time in Taurus. A slow and plodding sign by nature, Taurus is not where a slickster like Mercury wants to hang out for too long without wanting to yawn.