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  1. I just finished watching Netflix’s first original Italian documentary series, “Sanpa – Sins of Savior” on what was, in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s the largest drug rehabilitation unit in Europe, but also riddled with controversy on methods used. Narrated by former “guests” and other people involved, it concentrated on founder Vincenzo Muccioli, who was a larger than life selftaught character with definite guruish traits. I was wondering if you would be interested in looking at his chart, he was born on January 6th 1934, and died September 19th 1995.

    In any case, I warmly recommend the documentary for anyone interested in charismatic figures and their impact, as well as “dark side” of organizations.

  2. NRA has filed for bankruptcy. One more domino falling over.

    See also “NRA & Trump versus New York lawyers” 7th August 2020 by Marjorie

  3. Marjorie, could you have a look at Azealia Banks’ astrology? She’s recently been in the news and I was thinking about how she ties in with the Uranus/Neptune in Capricorn, sometimes eccentric generation.

  4. Merkel’s successor for the party leadership (and if current opinion poll of voting intention holds, possibly the next Chancellor) will be elected over the weekend.
    Will be interesting to hear your astrological analysis of the event.

    Thanks as always

  5. Could you do a reading based on one of the various London charts as found they used to work particularly well when the IRA was active Cannot find any of them as have new computor but .. dont know …thought Gemini was quite active in one of them.

    • I’ve never seen a chart for London itself. It is supposed to be Gemini. And was founded by the Romans circa 43 AD but no dates.

  6. Hi, Marjorie, could you possibly look at the astrology of Mitch McConnell and wife Elaine Chao? There’s a theory that Trump knows of corruption involving them, especially her, and that Trump is using this to blackmail McConnell to dismiss efforts to bring a trial against Trump in the Senate.

    Thank you again for all you do!

  7. The New York Times ran an article this week (“He Created the Web. Now He’s out to Remake the Digital World”) about Tim Berners-Lee, the man known as the inventor of the World Wide Web.
    “Tim Berners-Lee wants to put people in control of their personal data. He has technology and a start-up pursuing that goal. Can he succeed?”
    There’s been some discussion on this forum on aspects of Saturn square Uranus aspects this year.
    Do you foresee Tim Berners-Lee having a role to play in how those aspects manifest?
    Tim Berners-Lee DOB according to wiki is 8th June 1955, London UK. Time unknown.

  8. Hi Marjorie – many of the tech firms were born during the Neptune in Aqua period.

    How do you see Saturn in Aqua affecting their fortunes?

    Particularly wondering about the social media like Facebook and Twitter. But also some of the ‘innovators’ like AirBnB, Uber as well as Google.

  9. Hi Marjorie,

    Not time critical but is there any space to look at the current nodal axis and the themes of Gemini and Sagittarius being brought to the spotlight, particularly changes to education and travel. Perhaps how the current Neptune square will play out and any other major aspects forthcoming, maybe where in the world we might see an emphasis and even, if I dare say it, where innovation and bright sparks might bring a more positive spotlight to the Gemini energy.

    Thank you for all you do for us keen readers and amateurs (well, me at least).

  10. Hello Marjorie – today’s new Moon in Capricorn looks like a powerful lunation.
    A huge mafia trial opens in Calabria, Italy today – it took three hours to read out the names of all the defendants. The founding chart for Italy, 10th June 1946, is just four days away from Donald Trump’s natal chart, so shares the 23 Cancer Saturn that opposes this Moon. Italy 1861 has it’s Nodes at 22 Capricorn/Cancer, plus Pluto and Mars in Taurus square Venus in Aquarius being transited by Uranus, Saturn, and Jupiter. I’d be interested to know what you think about this.

  11. Hi Marjorie,

    Now that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be President and Vice President and Democrats will control the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, various activists and progressive groups have started pressuring liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire so Biden can choose a younger justice to serve in his place.

    Stephen Breyer is now 82 years old and he was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1994 by President Bill Clinton. Breyer is one of the 3 remaining liberal Justices.

    Obviously, replacing Stephen Breyer wouldn’t change the ideological makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court. However, a younger replacement would, at least, potentially protect his seat for some years to come.

    Also, if Breyer were to retire, it would give President Joe Biden the opportunity to appoint the first African-American woman Justice to the U.S. Supreme Court (which Biden promised he would do if given the opportunity).

    To date, Stephen Breyer has been somewhat vauge in his responses to questions about retiring. It could be that he’s playing it safe until Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are officially inaugurated….or it could be that he feels he’s perfectly able to continue serving and has no immediate plans to retire.

    Normally, I don’t think a person’s age should matter if they have experience, they’re qualified, and they have the right temperament and work ethic needed for the position they hold. However, in this particular case, I am a bit concerned about Justice Breyer’s age because if he doesn’t retire within the first two years of Biden’s presidency, there is always the risk that the GOP could regain at least one branch of government in the 2022 midterm elections.

    Many of us (myself included) are still having PTSD over the untimely death of liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg – which occured less than 2 months before the general election and allowed for the GOP to replace her with conservative Amy Coney Barrett.

    There have been a few suggestions as to whom Biden might pick to replace Stephen Breyer. A few progressive newsmagazines and African-American oriented new sources have suggested Stacey Abrams’s sister Leslie Abrams Gardner – who currently serves as a District judge in Georgia and was instrumental in helping shut down the GOP’s voter purges in the state.

    Anyway, I am genuinely interested on your take on this topic…so any astrological insights or thoughts you could share would be sincerely appreciated.

    By the way, the Supreme Court made the news yesterday after their first anti-abortion ruling with Amy Coney Barrett being a decisive vote. Granted, it was a minor ruling. However, many activists, progressives, and women saw it as the first blow Roe vs. Wade and are now deeply concerned about what future rulings might bring.

    Chris Romero
    Jacksonville, Florida

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