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Finding Intelligent Astrology?

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Are you still being short-changed by astrology?

Or have you discovered what intelligent astrology can reveal? – about you, and those you care about, or even those who ‘push your buttons’?

I would like to correct a misperception about Astrology, and, since I can’t speak for all astrologers out there, I’ll also reveal what astrology tells me about ‘people’.

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Myths About Astrology

17 July 2011 Recently I′ve been thinking about the public perception of astrology and what “Joe Blow” really knows about astrology. Judging by some of the comments you hear or read about in the papers I′d have to say there is still a great deal of misinformation around. Sir Isaac Newton is reputed to have…

Federer’s Dream Hobby

12 October 2012

Have you guessed Federer’s Dream Hobby?

Federer dream hobby

Roger Federer last night secured his 300th week at #1 in the ATP Tennis rankings by defeating his good friend Stanislas Wawrinka 4-6 7-6 6-0 in a hard-fought match.

In the post-match interview he made these revealing comments:

“Sometimes you’re just happy playing.

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We are all Stars

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“We are all Stars” – What was I thinking?

I guess this quote came out of a particular networking meeting, where they were talking about different personality types. One of the personality types was the ‘Star’.

It brought me back to the fact that in my practice of astrology I see that everyone has something unique about them.

In my eyes, EVERYONE is a Star.

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Tom Paxton, John Denver, Jimmy Newman

Image of Tom Paxton from a YouTube video where he talks about his song Jimmy Newman

Introducing Tom Paxton

Tom Paxton received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009 for a music career spanning over 50 years.

Since the early 1960s he has written some classic songs which you may have even sung in Primary School, such as The Marvellous Toy and Rambling Boy.