Entries Tagged as 'Book Review'
A Tale of Two Borises It has not been a good week for those named Boris…whether you are a Russian exile, or Mayor of London. Boris Berezovsky This Boris was a wealthy Russian businessman, who had taken part in the history of his country (assisting Boris Yeltsin and Vladimir Putin in coming to power). This [...]
Hilary Mantel wins again Was Hilary Mantel deserving of a second (or third) prize for her Tudor novels? Don’t ask me, for I am constitutionally incapable of reading fiction (let alone gargantuan works), but ironically I did manage to finish a work of fiction this week (my first in years): “The Ladies Paradise”, by Emile [...]
The Aspects On Sunday 20th May the Sun enters Gemini at 15.15 Hrs in the U.K. You may have been communing with the Pleiades on Saturday 19th, but a new mental focus will come about on the Sunday. I am planning for the latest in the Zodiac Masterclass series “Revolving Doors, or the Gemini Guide [...]
Last Tuesday evening we could not help but be moved by a news report from a woman in an eye patch in Syria, telling us of a baby who died that day. As always when watching these foreign correspondents, we marvelled at their bravery. Tragically, it was to prove her swan song, whilst also ensuring that no one forgets [...]
I have been fascinated by the concept of Future Lives for over twenty years, and as I am about to go on a new adventure of discovery in that regard, I feel now is the time to review my journey so far. When I first came to Astrology in 1970, I felt that it was [...]
Just discovered that Barbara Hand Clow has published her Mind Chronicles trilogy in one handy volume in 2007. Not since Joan Grant has anyone detailed so much of their past lives with such visual and psychological precision, and Barbara is an Astrologer too so there are astrological themes woven into the trilogy. Eye-watering stuff, though!
Have just read “Emissary of Love” by the Emissary for Peace James Twyman. I was amazed at the depth of love and intuition displayed by this writer and speaker who has a remarkable track record in the field of peacemaking. His next project is to Hug Jerusalem in May. May the force be with him.