Patrick Arundell Astrology Monthly Magazine – March 2019

Hello & Welcome to  your FREE March Astrology Magazine. A whole raft of energies shimmer in the sign of Pisces. This sees Neptune, the ruler of the sign, combine with the Pisces New Moon on the 6th and with Mercury in Pisces (in detriment) going into a retrograde on the 5th, sensitivity will be heightened, but so […]

Directions. What are yours?

You may know that I got quite poorly 3.5 years ago and this culminated in my getting Rheumatoid Arthritis last year. This vague exhaustion illness started when my Directed Pluto moved into Scorpio and was EXACTLY T-Squaring my Natal Sun in Aquarius and Midheaven in Leo. Now, if that influence is going on with a […]

Super Moon – Fated Love…

The Sun powers into Pisces joining up with Mercury and also Neptune. However, Mercury in Pisces is in detriment, being as it is in opposition to Virgo  which is governed by this planet of talk and thought. Furthermore until Wednesday, Mercury is in a conjunction with Neptune, which is going to further diminish its powers of logic. All this will create […]

Giordano Bruno: What Led The Renowned Friar and Astrologer to a Burning Stake?

A monumental statue of Giordano Bruno stands in the heart of Rome as a reminder of the remorse of the people who accused him and sentenced him to death. Although the statue shows a man dressed as a monk, there is also something mysterious about him, even magical. Despite being a Christian, Giordano in his lifetime […]

The 1st known cheque of £400 was displayed in Westminster Abby

There have been very early pieces of evidence of the use of cheques, for example in India during the Mauryan period (from 321 to 185 BC), a commercial instrument called adesha was used, which was an order on a banker desiring him to pay the money of the note to a third person. However, the first known […]

Galileo Galilei’s Birthday & The Telescope That Ended Up Changing everything

Galileo (1564-1642) was an astronomer, physicist, mathematician and (yes) astrologer. He initially established his expertise in the study of terrestrial dynamics which was the development of pendulums. Galileo’s experiments with the pendulum and the movement of it later spurred on a very important 17th Century practice into the pendulum clock timepiece. The Telescope That Ended […]

World Radio Day

On this day 13th February 2019… ‘In December 2012, The General Assembly of the UN endorsed the proclamation of World Radio Day, thereby becoming a day to be celebrated by all UN agencies, funds and programmes and their partners.’ This initiative aims to create closer working relationships between international broadcasters, and in doing so offering […]

Charles Darwin’s Birthday – February 12th 1809

Charles Robert Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, on 12 February 1809, the same day and year as Abraham Lincon. He was the fifth of six children of wealthy society doctor and financier Robert Darwin and Susannah Darwin (née Wedgwood). He was the grandson of two prominent abolitionists: Erasmus Darwin on his father’s side, and […]

Valentine’s Day Solar Return Horoscope

Hello, I hope you have a lovely and very romantic Valentine’s Day. But involved or single what does your Valentine’s Day Solar Return Horoscope say about your romantic prospects for the day itself? Please join me below for your insight… Aries 21 March – 20 April – Single? There is a restlessness about you in the next year […]