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The Zodiac in Downton Abbey
There are many reasons for the success of “Downton Abbey”: the quality of the script, the acting, the end of an era appeal, the “glamour” of the inaccessible, etc.. But if the characters and plot express well the characteristics of the planets and signs of the zodiac, a broad audience finds commonalities and the popularity […] Read more – ‘The Zodiac in Downton Abbey’.
The astrology of the crisis
Part 1 –  Pluto in Capricorn When I hear politicians and bankers address the current economic crisis, whether European or American, I deeply regret the disappearance of court astrologers.  Queen Elizabeth I of England had astrologer John Dee as a counselor and had one of the most successful reigns in history. President Obama expressed publicly […] Read more – ‘The astrology of the crisis’.
What makes a great tennis champion? – PART 2 – THE WOMEN and gender differences
In part 1 of this article, I examined the 12 best male singles players of the modern era of tennis (1968 – present). In this second article,  I am looking into the women’s  field.  Separating men and women was intentional as I hoped to  I to find differences that would shed light on how the […] Read more – ‘What makes a great tennis champion? – PART 2 – THE WOMEN and gender differences’.
What makes a great tennis champion? – PART 1 – THE MEN
February 2012 – Published by the International Journal of the Astrological Association of Great Britain 2012 Watching the 2012 Australian Open was fun, exciting and dramatic.  The semifinals featured the top ranked players in the world: Novak Djokovic (1)  beat  Andy Murray  (4) in a grueling  5 game semifinal, Rafael  Nadal (2) had to play […] Read more – ‘What makes a great tennis champion? – PART 1 – THE MEN’.
In memoriam Steve Jobs: February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011
When I heard the news of Steve Jobs’s death, though I was aware that he had pancreatic cancer, I had a reaction of incredibility.  This genius who changed the way we communicate and listen to music is gone… and what now? I felt abandoned.  It must not have been just me, because I cannot remember […] Read more – ‘In memoriam Steve Jobs: February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011’.
The privilege of “looking” beyond the moment – An astrological reflection on Alexander McQueen
Published by the International Journal of the Astrological Association of Great Britain – July/August 2010 Some of the most rewarding moments as a consulting astrologer happen when I can tell clients when a particular crisis is likely to end.  The realization that a period of difficulties, unhappiness or loss will eventually subside and glimpsing light […] Read more – ‘The privilege of “looking” beyond the moment – An astrological reflection on Alexander McQueen’.
The impact of astrology in the founding of the United States of America
A research conducted while living in Washington D.C. I. INTRODUCTION Capital cities reflect the spirit and the history of a country and Washington, DC is no exception.  Considering that it bears the name of a man profoundly linked with the independence of the United States and later its first President, perhaps it reveals even more […] Read more – ‘The impact of astrology in the founding of the United States of America’.