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Traditional Correspondences: Libra

The zodiac sign of Libra (23 September – 22 October) is symbolised by the Scales. The glyph represents the scales which show the harmonising nature of the sign. 108 more words


Traditional Correspondences: Scorpio

The zodiac sign of Scorpio (23 October – 22 November) is symbolised by the Scorpion. The glyph represents the coiled Kundalini serpent with its head pointing up which shows the transcendent nature of the sign. 117 more words


Traditional Correspondences: Sagittarius

The zodiac sign of Sagittarius (22 November – 21 December) is symbolised by the Centaur (half man half horse). The glyph represents an arrow which shows the adventurous nature of the sign. 119 more words


Bill Cosby: A Simple Exercise in Rectification

As most of you will be aware, Bill Cosby is facing serious but as yet unsubstantiated allegations of  sexual misconduct.  Perhaps it is part an understandable desire to want to know intimate details of a man who has been married to the same woman for fifty years, is father to five children, referred to as “America’s dad” yet standing accused of rape. 610 more words

Traditional Astrology

Traditional Correspondences: Capricorn

The zodiac sign of Capricorn (22 December – 20 January) is symbolised by the Goat. The glyph represents the mythical sea goat which shows the civilising nature of the sign. 114 more words


Traditional Correspondences: Aquarius

The zodiac sign of Aquarius (21 January – 18 February) is symbolised by the Water bearer. The glyph represents two serpents (one is ego, the other is the soul) which shows the individuation process of the sign. 118 more words


Traditional Correspondences: Pisces

The zodiac sign of Pisces (19 February – 20 March) is symbolised by the Fishes. The glyph represents two fish swimming in opposite directions which shows the fluid nature of the sign. 132 more words