faith and hope

The Astrology of 2020: Part 1

by Sarah 6 January 2020

      Resistance, Choice Points and   Fresh Perspectives By Sarah Varcas   All dates are UT For info about Mercury’s retrograde cycle from 17th February to 10th March click here.   2020 is set to be a watershed year offering many opportunities for change and recalibration. On considering the charts for this year […]

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28th October – 20th November 2019: New moon in 5th degree of Scorpio followed by Mercury retrograde in Scorpio from 31st October

by Sarah 24 October 2019

      Healing Revelations By Sarah Varcas   The moon is new in the 5th degree of Scorpio at 3:40 a.m. UT on 28th October. This moon marks an opportunity to stop and take stock, turn within and ask some probing questions about what’s really going on in the places we most struggle in […]

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9th September 2016 – 10th October 2017: Jupiter in Libra

by Sarah 8 September 2016

      Beyond the Watershed By Sarah Varcas   Jupiter enters Libra on 9th September 2016. Spending about a year in each sign, its entry into a new one signifies a shift in terms of how we make sense of the world and our experience within it. We have had the opportunity to learn […]

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1st – 10th April 2015: The Sun Conjunct Uranus & Squaring Pluto

by Sarah 1 April 2015

  Choosing A Courageous Start By Sarah Varcas   As the lunar eclipse approaches, the Sun begins to dance with cosmic heavy weights Uranus and Pluto. The recent solar eclipse brought to completion a lengthy cycle of time, wiping the slate clean of missed opportunities and paths not taken. Whilst this may have felt like a loss […]

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14th December 2014: Waning Quarter Moon in Virgo

by Sarah 10 December 2014

  Image: “Creation” Window, Chester Cathedral, UK   Meeting Ourselves in the Divine By Sarah Varcas   The Quarter Moon occurs at 12:52 pm GMT in the 23rd degree of Virgo. Within hours of the Uranus/Pluto square, this Moon reminds us how important it is to pay close attention to how we manage our energy […]

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11th – 17th December 2014: Jupiter Trining the Sun

by Sarah 10 December 2014

  Image: “Energized” by Gary Rosenberg   Surrendering to Hope By Sarah Varcas   Jupiter in Leo trines the Sun in Sagittarius: both occupying each others’ sign, this aspect comes as a blessing in the run up to the Uranus Pluto square. When planets work together in this way they can express their highest potential […]

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22nd November – 21st/22nd December 2014: Sun in Sagittarius and a New Moon

by Sarah 19 November 2014

       Awakening No Matter What! by Sarah Varcas   The Sun enters Sagittarius at 9:39 am on 22nd November GMT. This may come as something of a relief to those who have found all the recent planetary activity in Scorpio burdensome. The Sun shines bright in a fire sign lifting the spirits more […]

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9th – 13th October 2014

by Sarah 8 October 2014

      Living the Post-Ecliptic Life by Sarah Varcas   As we find ourselves in the wake of the eclipse we may be wondering what hit us or, alternatively, what hit everyone else! As mentioned previously, the impact of this eclipse will take several months to unfold, but in the immediate term we may […]

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13th September – 26th October 2014: Mars in Sagittarius

by Sarah 11 September 2014

       And All Will Be Well by Sarah Varcas   Mars enters Sagittarius at 9:58 pm GMT on 13th September. This shift of the most fiery planet into a fire sign is something to celebrate at this point, for in doing so it unleashes optimism and up-beatness, lifting us out of any emotional […]

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12th – 15th August 2014: Beneath a Waning Moon

by Sarah 8 August 2014

      Trusting our Inner Compass by Sarah Varcas   As the Full Moon fades we may be left with many questions and few answers. It may feel uncomfortable but it’s pretty much where we should be at this point. Which isn’t to say if you’ve got it all figured out you’ve got it […]

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