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The British Transport Nightmare

by Adrian Duncan on April 6, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2000 with No comments

When I came to Britain in the Spring of 1998 after 20 years abroad, it was mild and wet. As the Summer took hold, as I waded through the muddy fields, I was assured that it was an unusually wet summer, and indeed the rain stretched into the August and a mild, but wet, winter.

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April 6, 2011
Adrian Duncan

John McCain – Outsider on the loose

by Adrian Duncan on April 6, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2000 with No comments

The Situation in February 2000A couple of months ago I wrote an article about the US election with the data available at the time for the candidates in the running: Bill Bradley, George W Bush and Al Gore. Since then data for John McCain has become available, and a quick study of his chart shows

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April 6, 2011
Adrian Duncan

The Dot Com Bomb

by Adrian Duncan on April 6, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2000 with No comments

About two years ago I wrote about a possible recession, but my fears about a decline in the Western economy turned out to be unfounded. People in Europe and the USA have never, it seems, had so much income to dispose of. House prices have risen quite dramatically in many areas, and anyone who had

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April 6, 2011
Adrian Duncan

The Demise of Microsoft

by Adrian Duncan on April 6, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2000 with No comments

Boom to Bust In my last article, I referred to the different planetary cycles associated with the dramatic growth of the Internet and particularly the Dot Com boom which culminated in March 2000 with the final square of Jupiter in Taurus to Neptune in Aquarius. It was at this time that grossly inflated Internet shares

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April 6, 2011
Adrian Duncan

Putin & The New Russia

by Adrian Duncan on April 6, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2000 with No comments

After the demise of the Soviet Union, there has been some difficulty establishing which horoscope is the most effective for the newly reconstituted Russia – for, if the chart for the Russia Revolution signalled the onset of Communist rule, how can this chart still be used when communism has been sidelined? On the other hand,

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April 6, 2011
Adrian Duncan

Bridges & Mars

by Adrian Duncan on April 6, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2000 with No comments

In the old days of traditional astrology, astrologers had strong ideas about the qualities of planets like Mars and Saturn. A few centuries ago psychological assessments, based on channelling the energies of Mars and accepting the karma of Saturn, had little place for practitioners of the art of astrology, who were more interested in outcomes

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April 6, 2011
Adrian Duncan

Lost in a Time Loop

by Adrian Duncan on April 6, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2000 with No comments

Mercury is up to its tricks again. After the New Moon at 5° Libra, which took place September 27th, Mercury slips into Scorpio, where it will be from September 28th to December 3rd – over two months in this secretive and powerful sign. It’s been there before of course, every year Mercury will transit each

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April 6, 2011
Adrian Duncan

Israel – 60 years of History

by Adrian Duncan on April 6, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2000 with No comments

Whatever happens in Israel has a profound affect on the Western world. It is from this land that out cultural history springs forth, founded as it is in Christian teachings which have imprinted our consciousness for 2000 years. Many in the West held their breath when a united Arab world invaded Israel in a surprise

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April 6, 2011
Adrian Duncan

The Millennium Bug

by Adrian Duncan on April 6, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2000 with No comments

The Human Calender Some words about the Millennium might be appropriate at this point in history. So we all know that the Millennium begins on 1st January 2000, right? But what does the universe care about that? The calendar is a purely man-made phenomenon, and our dates and times have very little to do with

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April 6, 2011
Adrian Duncan