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The Fifties

by Adrian Duncan on April 7, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2005 with No comments

Front line veterans of the 2nd World War had the conviction in the first month or two of fighting, that it was possible that other soldiers in their division might get killed, but they would not. After two months at the front, when they had seen their units get decimated, they realized that there was

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April 7, 2011
Adrian Duncan

The Fourties

by Adrian Duncan on April 7, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2005 with No comments

Men and women in their twenties or thirties do not really think they are going to die. They are aware that there are old people, and that at some point they disappear. Maybe they have even attended a funeral. But actually, this fate is not going to happen to them. There is so much to

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April 7, 2011
Adrian Duncan

The Thirties

by Adrian Duncan on April 7, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2005 with No comments

During the twenties it can seem that anything is possible. The energy is there, there is naivety in abundance… the path is paved to be Master of the Universe. There are finance geniuses, football stars, successful models, rock idols – possibilities that are there simply because of youth. If these successes are not to be

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April 7, 2011
Adrian Duncan

The Twenties

by Adrian Duncan on April 7, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2005 with No comments

Many things in a person’s life are predictable without knowing anything about the person apart from the age. Certain developments are inevitable simply because of astrological, or indeed astronomical, factors that will always occur at specific ages. The age of 32 will always be a romantic and fruitful year for example – it is at

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April 7, 2011
Adrian Duncan

A Future with Pluto

by Adrian Duncan on April 7, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2005 with No comments

Nobody has ever suggested that it was the job of Pluto to make people feel comfortable. That is not the general idea. When it was discovered as a pinpoint of light on a photographic plate on February 18th 1930 , the world was in upheaval – financially because of the Wall Street crash, and politically

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April 7, 2011
Adrian Duncan

Saturn in Leo and the Grand Cross

by Adrian Duncan on April 7, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2005 with No comments

If astrological tradition is anything to go by, then Saturn has been going through a particularly difficult period in these years. Give it the limitations of Capricorn with plenty of hard work, self-discipline and obstacles to overcome, and Saturn is quite happy. Perhaps not actually happy, but at least not disgruntled. Put it in soft

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April 7, 2011
Adrian Duncan

Brave New World

by Adrian Duncan on April 7, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2005 with No comments

West of Denmark, stretching over 1000 kilometers north and well into the Arctic Circle is the land of long-legged, liberated blondes, of unlimited social benefits, of Nobel and his peace prize, of phones by Eriksson and cars by Volvo. It seems such a peaceful country – some would say boring even. You can drive for

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April 7, 2011
Adrian Duncan

Karol Wojtyla 1920 – 2005

by Adrian Duncan on April 7, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2005 with 1 Comment

If you’ve got to die, the age of 84 is a good time to do it. After 84 years, the first trans-Saturnian planet Uranus returns to its original position, rounding off a complete heavenly cycle. It is as if you have managed to encapsulate in your life the lessons of Uranus – consciousness, revolution, liberation

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April 7, 2011
Adrian Duncan

Dangerous Seas

by Adrian Duncan on April 7, 2011 in Adrian's Articles 2005 with No comments

A conservative calculation concluded that sixty thousand people were killed in the capital city alone. Not one church or government building was left standing after the earthquake and the subsequent tsunamis and fires. How many others perished on the coastline of Spain and Morocco could never be exactly computed. Waves over ten meters in height

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April 7, 2011
Adrian Duncan