Lessons from Mercury

Mercury ceases his retrograde movement on Thursday. His lessons, this time, have been very hard, clearing the way emphatically for the great new cycle that is on its way for all of us.

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The Aftermath of the Great Eclipse

I wrote, in my last article, about the powerful Eclipse which occurred at the New Moon last week, just as Mercury turned retrograde, and about how it would impact you and the world.

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Another Solstice, Another Chance, Another Change

All solstices are special as a time when the planet is in temporal balance momentarily before the Sun alters its direction, but today’s June event is significant for occurring in this year of 2016, a year of major change and of continuing transition.

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The Gotthard Tunnel, and Ley Lines

 

The Gotthard Tunnel under the Swiss Alps was opened yesterday, linking northern and southern Europe in order to “revolutionise European freight transport”.

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The Unsung Heroes

In Belfast today, nurses who cared for dreadfully wounded victims and their attackers during the worst years of the troubles in Northern Ireland are to be recognised in a ceremony of thanks and recognition, in which they will be granted the Freedom of the City.

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Easter’s Reminder of the Greatest Prize

I write as the Easter Full Moon comes into its climax, and, fittingly, at this time of completion, a heavy fire burns out of control on the mountains opposite my home, consuming old bracken and other dying vegetation and covering the skies with grey fog. Whether the fire was started maliciously or not I do not know, but even though it is creating grievous damage, it is serving to prepare the ground for new life.

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