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Gaia will Win

Where and as I write now, green woodpeckers are yaffling in the oak trees around me as kites, ravens and buzzards circle around my home looking for breakfast to feed mates building their nests or even sitting on their eggs. It is a calm damp morning, the prelude to a timeless spring day in this old and sacred Upper Wye valley in Wales.

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A Political Mercury Retrograde

A powerful Mercury Retrograde begins next week, just as the moon undertakes another new beginning: both are aspects of a powerful cycle of challenge and opportunity disguised in clouds of deception, misunderstanding and obfuscation.

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A Snow Supermoon for the World

February’s full moon on Tuesday is the second and largest supermoon of 2019, and it is known as the Snow Moon, not just because of the time of year but also because these is an element of purity associated particularly with this full moon. You may care to look out for white messengers on this day.

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The Abuse of Nuns

Much has been written about the abuse of children by priests in the Catholic Church, but it is only very recently that there has been major public reference to the many instances of rape and sexual assault of nuns and religious lay women by priests and bishops.

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Pork Barrel Politics

Politics is about achieving and then using power wisely and to best effect to help society and the people. Distortion of this principle brings instability and even civil unrest particularly if it follows a long tradition of relative political integrity.

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Saturn and the Supermoon

The Full Moon on Monday will not only be when she is at her closest to Earth, but as she disappears behind our planetary home she will glow fiery red.

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Brexit Seasons

Seasons are cycles, and like cycles they apply constantly in all situations.

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New Beginnings

As one year turned into another, a wild heather in my garden came into bloom, beautifully and in celebration of new beginnings. I wondered then what it thinks and what it knows, in its wisdom, of what is to come?

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Solstice and Service

Friday’s Solstice brings to an end a long cycle of intense learning in which you were asked to remember and execute a pledge made before time began.

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Different Worlds

You have your world and I have mine. I see your world, but do I see it through my eyes or yours? You look at my world, but how much of what you observe is based on truth?

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