Why Corbijn is Right

Why Corbijn is Right:
Times have been hard in Old Blighty of late. The transit of Pluto across the radix Sun in the UK horoscope was never going to be easy, but austerity, and the ideology of the Big Society, never convinced me there would ever be a fair deal for those at the bottom of the pile. Britain doesn’t work that way… Capricorn Sun is attached to hiearchies…

The great French mundane astrologer, Andre Barbault, argued that it was the cyle of Saturn/Neptune that particularly related to the advancement of Marxist and socialist ideals (see Baigent, Campion, Harvey, Mundane Astrology, p.182). With Saturn poised to enter Sagittarius – the coming year will be marked out by a 3x square between these two planets. In fact the coming year will be marked out by a mutable cross – which also involves Jupiter in Virgo. This adaptable, opportunistic energy will bring new movement in its wake. In this light – it is worth looking at a bi-wheel of the British Labour Party – and the horoscope of Jeremy Corbyn. That he is the ‘man of the moment’ is evident – the charts shown below – are totally tuned into the energy of the approaching mutable cross. Corbyn is a Gemini – so he adds flavour – by occupying the ‘empty space’ in the t-square. He brings both more balance but also challenge. New membership has soared since Corbyn announced his intention to stand for leader. The Party is ready to move.


 I predict that the theories of Karl Marx will soon be properly re-assessed. Marxism has suffered greatly from its associations with communism – and since Marx was a Taurean (b. 5 May 1818, 02.00, Trier, Germany) when Uranus enters this sign on May 15th 2018, we will slowly see a re-vamping, a complete make-over in fact of Marxist ideas. By the time Uranus leaves Taurus and enters Gemini in 2025 – Marx’s philosophy will be more palatable for a new generation of socialist thinkers. In fact.. Marx will be hugely popular once Uranus shifts sign. We will see his face on t-shirts everywhere!

Back to Jeremy Corbyn:
Corbyn is – imho- the sort of politician that we nowadays rarely come across. He is a man of principle. You can bet that the Tory apparatus will have left absolutely no stone un-turned to find some grimy bit of information to blacken his character but they came up with nothing. JC doesn’t own a car – because it is environmentally unfriendly.JC has always taken a principled stand: he voted against the Iraq war; he voted against introducing ID cards; he voted against renewing the UK’s nuclear capacity. He is a WYSIWYG type of guy who dares to say what he thinks. A rare breed. Furthermore he is open about his Marxist opinions – as are many intellectuals within the UK. The UK itself is born under a Saturn/Neptune square and Marx wrote the Communist Manifesto while living in London – during the conjunction of  Saturn/Neptune. Tony Blair – who crafted New Labour – which turned the once great socialist party into a watered down version of the Tory Party – is himself born under a Saturn/Neptune conjunction.

A final chart before I rush to turn on the television… The BBC will be sending the results of the leadership contest out live from midday (here in the Netherlands). History in the making. Clock in hand… etc. etc. etc. The tri-wheel below is that of UK, Jeremy Corbyn, and today’s results. I will leave you to ponder on it…. In the meantime I have written a follow up article briefly looking at the horoscope for the moment that Corbyn was chosen leader. This article can be read here.


Elizabeth Hathway is a Welsh born astrologer who currently lives in Amsterdam. Elizabeth is a holder of the diploma from the Faculty of Astrological studies and is also a Qualified Horary Practitioner.


Over Liz Hathway

Liz Hathway is a British born astrologer currently based in Amsterdam. Liz studied astrology at the Kosmos in Amsterdam, at the Faculty of Astrological Studies in London and with well known horary astrology John Frawley. Liz also holds an MA (with distinction) in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology, from the University of Wales, in Lampeter, and was short-listed for the 2016 Alumni Association MA CAA Dissertation Prize.
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