Coronavirus

Astrology Coronavirus 26/04/2020 Lunar Nodes into Gemini-Sagittarius 5 May 2020 – being curious about the ‘truth’

The Lunar Nodes change signs every 18 months in their 18.6 year on average retrograde cycle through the zodiac. The nodal axis is known as a fated ‘axis of destiny’ concerning the balance and integration of the past and the future, disseminating the past and developing new experiences in our lives. The North Node In …

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Astrology Coronavirus 05/04/2020 The USA’s horoscope in 2020-2023 – God bless America

With 9,528 deaths and 333,017 cases of Coronavirus in the United States at present according to the Worldometer website, let’s examine the horoscope and transits for the USA for 2020-2023. The chart below with current transits, is the Declaration Chart for 4 July 1776 at the time of signing, proclaiming the independence of the USA …

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Astrology Coronavirus 29/03/2020 Boris Johnson and COVID-19 – this is not a drill

United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson was born on 19 June 1964 at 2.00pm in New York, New York (please see chart below with current transits). He has recently tested positive to Coronavirus (or COVID-19) (as has UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock). As the Coronavirus pandemic escalates, more countries are testing people and tracing contacts, …

Astrology Coronavirus Mundane Astrology 01/03/2020 Global Financial Crisis 2 – contagion risk

Global Financial Crisis (GFC) 2008 and Jupiter in Capricorn Monday 15 September 2008 marked the start of the GFC, when Wall Street brokerage firm Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy after the US government refused to bail them out. This event unleashed a major collapse of banks, and a stock market crash. The crash occurred after …

Astrology Coronavirus Mundane Astrology 16/02/2020 Astrology of the Coronavirus – a Neptunian conundrum

What is a ‘coronavirus?’ ‘Coronaviruses’ are a family of viruses that can cause respiratory illnesses ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). In 2002-2003, 774 people died globally of SARS. To date, the coronavirus death toll has risen to over …

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