by Bernadette Brady and Darrelyn GunzburgJanuary 2012 One of the ways a visual astrologer becomes aware of the potential of […]
By Bernadette BradyFebruary 2011 Following on with the theme of Jupiter and Saturn we can also look at this combination […]
By Dr Nicholas Campion The current revolts in the Arab world appear to many to be unpredictable. However, the Persian […]
An insight into another approach to the delineation of Mars in a natal chart.
A case study of Isadora Duncan’s chart as an example of the possible meanings of a natal “drawn down” moon.
A look at the ancient concept of drawing down the Moon and linking this to the cycle of lunar stand stills.
An examination of the role of Venus in Mesopotamian astrological thought and its implications for Princess Aiko of Japan.
The Prince takes the Crown – An examination of a sky story that implies a shift of power from “king” to “prince”.
Later note: This newsletter talked of the non-violent shift of power which occurred later in January with Ariel Sharon suffering a massive stroke and his deputy, Ehud Olmert, taking on the role of Israel’s Prime Minister. This newsletter also correctly predicted Ehud Olmert winning Israel’s elections.
Two men claim authorship of the poem, “Twas the Night Before Christmas”. This case study looks at the fixed star myths linked with each man’s natal Mercury.
The use of the annual pattern of heliacal rising stars that are unique for a given latitude to gain insights into the pulse of a city or place.
Simon Wiesenthal – Beyond The Final Solution. A tribute to a remarkable man who had Facies as his heliacal rising star and Algol as his heliacal setting star.
The visual astrology of the lunar eclipse of the 17 October, 2005, and its mundane implications.
The role of Sirius, the brightest star in the sky, in the founding of the city of New Orleans in March, 1718, and its cultural and historical implications following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina
“For there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so” (Hamlet, Act 2 Sc.II) – A case study of a two year old’s Mercury giving insight into her great love of learning and the frustrations of her current lack of articulated language, as well as her future intellectual pursuits and interest.
This newsletter warned of the potential of the re-emergence of terrorism in Europe in July and August, 2005
A case study on looking at the thirds of life and working with the parans.
This article correctly predicts London being awarded the 2012 Olympic Games by reading the Sky Map of the time of the decision. It also pin points the role of a rumour that undermines the Paris bid.
Case study using a person natal sky map to help understand their natal Venus.
This newsletter was written as Pope Benedict XVI was elected, but it correctly foresees that his reign as pope is curtailed in some way.
Darrelyn GunzburgApril 2005 We have seen the importance of sky stories through the Gathering of Kings (February, 2005 issue) but […]
A focus on the Occultation of the Moon with Antares.
A consideration to two natal Suns and their fixed star parans – Katherine Hepburn and Cate Blanchett.
Darrelyn GunzburgFebruary 2005 On 16th November, 2004, President Bush named his national security adviser, Dr Condoleezza Rice, as successor to […]
An article about the
Moon rising higher than Saturn while both are in Cancer and its links to 1914 and 1945.
The newsletter showed the future the death of John Paul II correctly predicted from the sky map.
The visual astrology of the earthquakes of January 2005
This case study examines a man’s powerful rising Mercury in rulership in paran to Acumen and Betelgeuse.
By Bernadette Brady Co author of Starlight Software.. Returning the Stars to Astrology (First Published Astrological Association of UK, Journey, […]