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Astrology on the EU and Euro’s future

Update June 25, 2016: sorry to say that the link to Roy Gillett’s article seems to be no longer live. jc

What a find! I have to share with you a link to astrologer Roy Gillett’s article on What Are the Prospects for the Euro?

You don’t have to speak Astrologese in order to read it either. But perhaps you’re wondering what Astrology has to say about the European debt crisis and how things may proceed: then I direct you to Mr. Gillett, who says, “Whatever is done through the last part of 2011 is unlikely to be enough.”

Most of the economists I’ve read are agreeing with that unsentimental sentiment. Check out Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi’s ridiculous facial expression here–what a pout on a grown man!–and tell me if you think the deals done so far by European leaders will ease EU/euro problems or only exacerbate them.

Heart check for Dick Cheney 7.12.08

Having now published the natal chart of Dick Cheney (Jan 30, 1941, 7:30 pm cst, Lincoln, NE) at Stars Over Washington with this morning’s transits for 9:30 am edt, Washington DC, when transiting cusps were same as his natal cusps, you may wish to check out the connections to Cheney’s natal chart in light of his ongoing health issues and reported medical appointment this morning.


Inadvertently left out of the article is a transiting midpoint, Sun/Neptune (frailty; illness; sensitivity; water concentrations in cells; susceptibility; drug use) which is affecting the vp’s natal conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn and so a couple of midpoint pictures are thus formed for the day…

Sun/Neptune = Jupiter: optimism in spite of little vitality; enjoying pleasant things in life in spite of illness; achievement of success with little exertion; possible overindulgence.

Sun/Neptune = Saturn: emotional struggle or pain; concerns about the blood; impeded blood circulation; bad or unhealthy blood; inhibitions through physical disability.

Sounds like it might have been time today for a transfusion, doesn’t it?

We may also reciprocally use these pictures…

Jupiter/Saturn = Sun: moodiness through disturbances in liver function.

Jupiter/Saturn = Neptune: pessimism; feeling abandoned.

Chiron, Aesculapia, and Hygeia are health indicators and all are present as you’ll see.

Plus, you’ll find that the article linked above has a few more health and medical issues to relate if you’ll only but click the link provided – and it’s unnecessary to know any ‘astrologese’ at all for it’s written in my first language, English.

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