by Bernadette Brady and Darrelyn GunzburgJanuary 2012 One of the ways a visual astrologer becomes aware of the potential of […]
One of the many faces of Jupiter in visual astrology.
A reconsideration of the traditional techniques of combust and under the beams from the position of visual astrology.
An insight into another approach to the delineation of Mars in a natal chart.
Bernadette BradyDecember 2005 There are not too many sky narratives left in our culture. We have children’s songs and rhymes […]
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
This newsletter warned of the potential of the re-emergence of terrorism in Europe in July and August, 2005
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.
This newsletter was written as Pope Benedict XVI was elected, but it correctly foresees that his reign as pope is curtailed in some way.