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  1. Hi Marjorie, Can you do an analysis of the political tensions in Kyrgyzstan? They held parliamentary elections this past weekend that are being disputed by opposition groups claiming vote buying. These groups have stormed various government buildings and taken power, leaving the President of the country, Sooronbai Jeenbekov, without much authority.


  2. Just a comment on something I noticed that’s quite synchronous. Today the Earth and Mars are at their closest in the cycle, and it will be fifteen years before they are this close again. And today freelance musicians gathered outside the Houses of Parliament to demonstrate for more support during this pandemic. They played a brief section from ‘Mars’ by Holst, and wore red masks.

  3. Hi Marjorie

    I know lots of serious things going on in the world. However, based on me tuning into you over the last few years I have never seen comments reach 157 (at the time of typing) for one subject matter, i.e. Trump and Melania …..

    So the question that popped up in my head was to ask you ‘what has been the highest number of comments you have ever received for a single subject matter you have posted’?

    Would love to know, but am aware that in total for all posts on Trump alone you have probably arrived at thousands of comments for just one person per se. Would be interesting ‘fun facts’.

    Much love

    • @jennifer: tally count over the American Civil Was was well over 150 before Marjorie intervened. Too many Johnny Rebs trying to take on the Yankees by rewriting the history books.

      And now for something completely different, rock star Eddie Van Halen is dead at 65, from cancer.

      • Marjorie, if you have the time, can you look at the chart of Eddie Van Halen? Wondering if there is anything astrologically interesting we can glean from it that revealed an amazing guitar playing talent.

  4. Came across this paragraph at the end of an article on the Fivethirtyeight website.


    “The growing partisan hatreds and the forces driving them have been a long time in the making. It’s possible they are coming to an end. But more than any other time in the last century and a half, they are testing the very foundations of American democracy.”

    “Testing the foundations” sounds very Plutonian, doesn’t it?

  5. Kenzo Takada has died from Covid19. 27th February, 1939, Himeji, Japan. What a wonderful talent, as much an artist as a fashion designer I think.

  6. Marjorie,

    I was wondering if you had any astrological insights regarding the reemergence of the dreadful Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The know the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory goes all the way back to the late-1980s (when I was still a child) during the Soviet period. However, I thought both countries had reached some kind of agreement or ceasefire in the early or mid-1990s.

    Anyway, once again, it looks like things are a total mess in the Caucuses. I read that Turkish President (or should I say, Dictator) Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is getting involved in the conflict (I’m assuming he’s allied with Azerbaijan) and there have been rebels from the Syrian National Army who have been heading into Nagorno-Karabakh.

    Ethnic Armenian diaspora communities all over the world are worried that ethnic Armenians living in Nagorno-Karabakh could be subjected to ethnic cleansing or another genocide like the ones the Armenian people endured in the Ottoman Empire during Hamidian massacres of 1894-1896 as well as the 1915 Armenian Genocide.

    Any thoughts or insights you could share would be greatly appreciated. And, as always, thank you for sharing your daily posts.

    • Yes, this is extremely interesting. Also, a reason I don’t think Russia can/will intervene with The US Election process to the extend they did back in 2016. Azerbaijan borders Russia (interestingly, Armenia doesn’t) and is incredibly important logistically for their oil production. Also, financially. They may launder money for Putin. It’s all very shady, really.

  7. Hope Hicks now diagnosed with covid. “https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/519265-trump-aide-hope-hicks-tests-positive-for-covid-19”

    She’s not looking too happy in the pic.

    “White House adviser Hope Hicks has tested positive for COVID-19, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to The Hill on Thursday, after she traveled with President Trump on Air Force One earlier in the week.

    Hicks is the closest aide to Trump to test positive for the virus.”

    • trump seems rather rattled from the news. He spoke of how he and Melania should be tested. But isn;t he tested daily according to the blonde cheerleader? “White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany previously described Trump as the “most tested man in America,” who doesn’t risk spreading the virus to others. But Trump contradicted that claim hours later, saying he doesn’t know of a time he’s taken more than one coronavirus test in a day.”

      Guess that dementia has settled in. Esp since it will “disappear”. poof!

    • Trump is of course at higher risk due to his age and physical condition. He’s always been in denial regarding his fitness, making the ridiculous boast that he’s the healthiest president of all time. Now, reality bites. Being NPD he’ll struggle with the fact of his own mortality and physical decline.

  8. This is perhaps an odd question, but what can be learned from looking at the future horoscopes of people who are already dead? With people who had some kind of public life, and significant influence, would you feel you can take anything away from a “future”-oriented reading? I have in mind, as an artist, David Bowie or Prince, or perhaps Michael Jackson. Would their future horoscopes potentially reveal periods when their past work would be deeply influential in the present? When secrets might be revealed? Unreleased material come out? For someone like MLK, could we see something similar—periods of time when his influence and presence might be more keenly felt, or waning?

    • I think it does have an influence. I have read where certain people who are known for whatever on the world stage who have been strongly influenced by long deceased people’s works and the astrology shows. So if a deceased person has the power to influence one individual then why not culturally? I can certainly see how someone like MLK’s works could trigger a Zeitgeist a little down the road that has the power to impact change and politics for the better.

  9. Marjorie,
    Given that this is “a cunning government (with two Ms)”, to borrow a phrase from the former Advocate-General for Scotland, what is in the stars for Cummings, Boris and Gove in the new year?
    Cummings’ father-in-law was overheard saying that Boris will be resigning shortly in the new year, but will Cummings go with him? Also, what are Gove’s chances of becoming PM?

    • Hi For Gove see previous posts 23 August and 3 August – doubt he’ll be elevating soon. Horrible thought to see that face endlessly on front pages. I’ll look at Cummings tomorrow – he’s an enigma, chart-wise I mean. He certainly doesn’t get on with Carrie for what that’s worth.

      • Hi Marjorie – you wrote that Cummings would have a “mega nervy” time this October back in February!
        I’m also wondering about the fizzy December solar eclipse in Sagittarius which is conjunct Cummings’ Mercury and Venus. Looking at Boris Johnson on tv, he looks very depleted and unwell. I wonder how long this duo can continue really, with the terrible mess of Brexit and the way Covid 19 has been handled. It must be very tempting to simply run away.

  10. Hi Marjorie

    I would like to thank you so much for this social platform where I have learnt so much in terms of deeper insights to astrological aspects. Particular stand out is my recent post where comments especially from @Solaia provided revelations about inconjuncts, and then taking a look at my own chart and seeing some tensions I definitely feel but never could understand or feel like I was mastering at various points. We can sometimes get readings we think are good but they don’t even touch on those with clarity and real understanding. On your site discussion about certain aspects especially the difficult ones provide a level of insight many only touch on.

    I also thank everyone who contribute with comments that make us think about the silent power of astrology and how it matters in our chart and in general. They always seem to add up but I’m no expert.

    Your website, your insights and insights of others really teaches me. I happily tune in everyday to learn more.

    One love much love for your work

    • I would like to know what happened to Chris Wallace! So much respect for him before, but he completely lost control of Trump’s transiting Saturn inconjunct Mars, which was all Mars all the time.

  11. Following on from Ian S, I too would like to know if there is any sign of a likely major boardroom change at West Ham Utd FC. The current board of David Gold, David Sullivan and Karren Brady took over on 19th Jan 2010 and since then have overseen the sale of the Boleyn Stadium at Upton Park for redevelopment and the move to the London Stadium (former Olympic Stadium) at Stratford on a lease deal. Not a move that has proved a spectacular success in the eyes of some fans and the club no longer has a ground that they actually own. We still blow bubbles in hope of better times!

  12. What to Make of the New Developments in the Breonna Taylor Case
    1) The ballistics reports doesn’t fully support the state’s account of events.
    2) Video shows officers violating policies meant to safeguard the integrity of the investigation.
    3) More videos from the scene appeared to circulate on social media.
    4)Videos also appear to show police intimidating Walker.

  13. Hi Marjorie
    China regards Taiwan as a breakaway province which it has vowed to retake, by force if necessary.
    Whereas Taiwan’s leaders argue that it is a sovereign state, with its own constitution, democratically-elected leaders, and about 300,000 active troops in its armed forces.

    Trump sent a signal that he is not bound by the « One China policy » and instead put China on notice about Taiwan.
    As a result, Taiwan has become the most dangerous flashpoint in U.S.-China relations.

    Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen’s recently renewed public mandate allows her to push back on Beijing’s persitent intimidation, but for how long ?

    What is in store for this country/ Chinese province ? 

    Being also one of the Four Asian Tigers, with a high-income economy which has held up extremely well despite the coronavirus, will  its strong economic performance continue?

    I’ll be grateful if you can have a look.

  14. Hi Marjorie, I know its not your usual topic and if its not a topic you would look I understand.but I wonder if you can cast your eyes at WHU FC. As a boy I had the same doctor as the late Bobby Moore and I remember one doctors visit he produced his famous number 6 shirt to make me feel better. From the age of 7 I went to games with a box to stand, watch and sometimes carried aloft to dream. It seemed an altogether different world and I am saddened to witness the demise of many long standing clubs. WHU is in the hands of A business trio which I believe have had there day after a major upheaval. I was wondering in the clubs 125th year ( first match in on the 7th September 1895) does it have a sustained future.

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