A Winter Spring Equinox

 

Tomorrow is a special day as the planet celebrates her total balance in light with the advent of the Vernal Equinox, a day welcomed by many in the northern hemisphere as the harbinger of warmth, sunshine and rebirth. This year, unusually, the icy fingers of winter grip my world and that of many others still, reminding us to take nothing for granted particularly where nature is concerned. Surprise is the keyword in these unpredictable times.

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The Cosmic Dance of Time

 

Time in its purist form is an aspect of life, of you, that is determined by you and derives from you.

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Mexico, and the Power of the Gods

 

The human tragedy of the latest earthquake to shake Mexico reminds us of planetary secrets and the power of the Gods, if we choose to see.

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The Equinox, and Gaia’s Gifts

 

Equinoxes and solstices divide our year into neat quartiles, reminding us regularly of the seasons, of nature and the cosmos, and of the constant rhythm of the planet. They remind us of our ancestors and our past, and even in our mind-based, money-centred culture they make us wonder at their mystery, for we know they signify more than a new season, or the length of a day.

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The Future of Humanity

Last night, on the evening news, I saw a large driverless lorry filmed in America speeding along a major highway transporting beer from one city to another. It made me think – hard.

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Another Full Moon – Bringing What?

Today’s Full Moon symbolically marks completion and the preparation for new beginnings, and this last lunar cycle, so full of dream-shattering events, calls us to reflect upon their greater meaning even as we look ahead to a world poised between war and peace, and between planetary balance and planetary crisis.

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At Last – Honesty about Climate Change

It is a sign of the times that when Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, warned yesterday about the reality and impact of climate change, it attracted little attention from a British media more interested in judging Jeremy Corbyn and the re-formed Labour Party.

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