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Hi Marjorie, could you posssibly have a look at the BBC’s charts for the rest of this decade if possible. Thanks
I see that Antonio Horta-Osorio the former CEO of Lloyds Bank/Bank of Scotland
has resigned as Chairman of Credit Suisse following his breaches of COVID rules.
Born 28 January 1964 in Lisbon, Portugal and thank you if you comment!
Marjorie, I think May is a key month due to the Northern Ireland elections. If Liz Truss does well dealing with EU over the NI Protocol, she can write her own ticket with regard to the Tory leadership. However if she messes up and Sinn Fein get in, forget it!
Ronnie Spector’s chart could be of interest to look at?
Why is the news so interminably dull/depressing and repetitive? The Royals, Boris and Biden’s travails, Novak, Britney Spears spat with sister – been there, done that. All horribly tedious.
It’s because the news is Covid, Covid, Covid, Covid, Covid all the time and with brief bits of other repetitive news and occasional surprises (ie., underwater volcanoes) to break up the monotony. This has gone on for two years and counting and it feels like it’s gone on forever and WILL go on forever.
Fortunately for your readers, Marjorie, you are never dull, tedious or repetitive (although occasionally depressing but your readers can handle it). You break up the monotony wonderfully! THANK YOU for being a light of entertainment, insight and often great comfort in a very dark time!
Marjorie, there are rumours that PA and SF will marry again. Do you think he plans to safeguard his assets by putting everything in her name? I also notice that while the Queen stripped him of everything else PA stilll retains his rank in the Royal Navy : he is a Vice Admiral. He also retains The Order of the Garter and I believe Royal Counsellor, allowing him to step in for the Queen, should she be taken ill.
Yes he still loses his honorary ranks and patronage. And yes he cannot be on the civil list. They may say till they are blue in the face that he has been stripped of everything. But I think not. Of course being a Vice Admiral allows him to have a Vice Admiral’s pension. A rank he never earned before retiring.
I can’t say that I know the significance of The Royal Garter, except that it is extremely prestigious. But to have PA ever representing HMTQ is not something that I want at all!
Chuckle. The thought of Fergie being in charge of the piggy bank is a hoot. It would slither through her fingers in the blink of an eye. I’m not sure he’s actually got much despite his wannabe-billionaire lifestyle. There is not the remotest chance of him stepping up anywhere in future. He’s done for and when the Queen goes, bless her and she can’t live for ever – he will get short shrift from Charles and especially William. His remaining bits and bobs may disappear over time.
Marjorie: Melania Trump is auctioning the white hat she wore during a state visit of Emmanuel Macron. According to reports, she will make a very handsome profit from the deal….and is planning to auction other personal items from her White House years. Considering that such blatantly profitable transactions are unprecedented in the realm of first ladies, she is catching a flurry of criticism. She’s unresponsive re questions about how much of said sales will go to charity. Given her abundant earth energy, none of this is surprising. Can’t help but wonder if if she’s shoring up resources in the advent of a divorce from her financially embattled husband. Can you comment?
SNP what is going on ? So many lies and deception. She’s basically destroying the country
it’s been a longtime since I’ve asked about anything with regards to politics. Lately, I’ve actually been exasperated by politics. However, I was curious to know if you had any astrological insights regarding the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. U.S. House and Senate Democrats are currently urgently pushing for these pieces of legislation given that it’s becoming more and more likely that Democrats will lose control of at least one branch of govt. (likely the U.S. House of Representatives) after this November.
The U.S. House Democrats successfully passed the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and it’s now on it’s way to the U.S. Senate where things like murky at the moment. Conservative Democrats Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona and Joe Manchin of West Virginia are acting as roadblocks. However, I do believe Joe Manchin recently hinted he would be in favor of temporarily suspending the Filibuster to get these pieces of legislation passed. Kysten Sinema, on the other hand, has shown no signs of wavering.
Anyway, I know you’ve written numerous times in the past about Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin and voting rights. However, if there is anything else you can think to share regarding this situation, I would love to read any further thoughts or insights you may have.
Posted on BBC.Com, “Prince Andrew loses military titles and patronages”
“The Duke of York’s military titles and royal patronages have been returned to the Queen, Buckingham Palace has announced.
Prince Andrew will also stop using the style His Royal Highness in an official capacity, a royal source added.
The duke’s roles will be distributed among members of the Royal Family.
It comes as he faces a civil case in the US over claims he sexually assaulted a woman when she was 17, which he has consistently denied.”
Boris, Andrew and Novak all facing the music at last – what has brought this to a head? Is it the upcoming Pluto full moon?
I was wondering about that – the massive Olympian egos punctured. Not that any of them will admit to shame. All their charts have a smattering of Scorpio which this year’s Eclipses will rattle up. But what it is out in the ether affecting the collective I don’t know – will ponder.
Don’t know if they are strong enough transits to make a difference but both Andrew and Novak have got negative aspects to their angles. You probably already know this. Tr Uranus square Andrew’s Asc from transiting the 10th. Saturn was opp his Asc when the lawsuit was filed, and now moving through his 7th. Tr Saturn about to exactly square Novak’s MC. Ur been moving back and forth opp his MC, but not that close at the moment. Nothing with Boris except in his Pr chart with Pr moon square natal Ur, and Pr MC Conj Pr Uranus, which will be joined by the Pr moon in 3 months time and could be worse for him.
The Venus station Rx (conjunct Pluto) was on Andrew’s Venus/Mars and inconjunct Boris’s Venus (seems to be as powerful as those Leo inconjuncts). Money, status, social connections, and all the usual schtick that usually works to get them out of stuff isn’t working – the engine is in reverse and they’re panicking.
As a former Chicago resident, would you please look at the chart for the incorporation or similar? If memory serves, the chart is heavily Pisces.
There’s multiple problems with graft, corruption and violence; not just the city itself but also with the public school system and other public entities.
It’s such a wonderful city. Hope things improve soon. Thank you.
This website is so fascinating, interesting and helpful.
Lizzo has celebrated her recent weight gain. Do you have any insights into this advocate for body positivity?
There are unconfirmed reports that Jeremy Corbyn will start a new political party.
Any thoughts on his political trajectory at this point in time
Very much would like to see the definitive ‘New Labour’ government chart of May 1997 – to clear up the Blair issue, and also, it seems, to be vitally important descriptive chart of where the UK is heading for the remainder of this century.
I have the feeling that this chart should be read as *the* crucial UK chart regarding post 1997 developments in the UK.
Of course, no actual major *constitutional* development occurred in May 1997, but this is a very strong instinctive feeling I have – that Blair set the UK on an entirely different road. No, I wouldn’t say the same about Thatcher or Attlee.