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My name is Suzanna. I started ‘Beauty on Kingsway’ over 23 years ago, cre­at­ing a space for in­ti­mate pam­per­ing, open con­ver­sa­tion and re­laxed am­bi­ence....

With over 30 years ex­pe­ri­ence and a pas­sion for achiev­ing beau­ti­ful skin, for my­self and clients, I have de­vel­oped a beauty regime and cour­ses of treat­ments that not only work but won’t break your bud­get.

Beauty treat­ments and home care, in my opin­ion, aren’t just for spe­cial oc­ca­sions. I re­gard them as a life­long ded­i­ca­tion to hon­our­ing your­self, re­plen­ish­ing nu­tri­ents, main­tain­ing bal­ance & con­fi­dence, and of course, slow­ing down age­ing!

I’m ex­cited to share with you the ‘God­dess Fa­cial’. A se­ries of 10 on­cea-month treat­ments that com­bine my pro­pri­etary fruit acid peels with safe ef­fec­tive and pain-free skin re­ju­ve­nat­ing IPL. Cost: $550. Re­sult: A more youth­ful & con­fi­dent you!

vs. buy­ing a home. What would have been re­garded as fringe life­style choices 30 years ago are now main­stream and this trend to­wards shar­ing and down­siz­ing looks set to con­tinue. As Pluto in Capri­corn and Uranus in Aries push us to­wards rev­o­lu­tion­ary change, we have both Aus­tralian and US Fed­eral Elec­tions planned for late 2016.

In Aus­tralia, my money is on a win for Mal­colm Turn­bull and the Coali­tion. Al­though we have no birth time for ei­ther Turn­bull or La­bor leader Bill Shorten, Turn­bull’s so­lar arc chart is cur­rently more favourable than Shorten’s. Turn­bull be­came party leader as so­lar arc Venus con­tacted his na­tal Mars back in Septem­ber 2015 and in late 2016 he will have pow­er­ful so­lar arc Pluto close to his na­tal sun. By con­trast, Shorten has so­lar arc Pluto mov­ing to­wards his South Node, a sym­bol o f end­ings rather than new beginnings.

The US elec­tion is harder to call, es­pe­cially with wild card Don­ald Trump (the Kim Kar­dashian of pol­i­tics) cur­rently the fron­trun­ner in the Repub­li­can camp. Lead­ing Demo­crat can­di­date Hilary Clin­ton has favourable tran­sits through­out 2016 – her na­tal Mars-plu­toSaturn con­junc­tion in Leo forms a grand fire trine (lucky for­ma­tion) with Saturn in Sagit­tar­ius and Uranus in Aries, while on 8th Novem­ber, Elec­tion Day, the sun will tran­sit her na­tal Venus, a sign of pop­u­lar­ity. But Don­ald Trump also has favourable tran­sits this year – a Jupiter re­turn ( good for­tune/growth) and so­lar arc Pluto con­junct­ing his na­tal Jupiter, a com­bi­na­tion as­trologers say means: ‘win the lot or lose the lot.’

How­ever, as peo­ple all over the world de­mand that their gov­ern­ments work to­gether to save the planet, the old world or­der cham­pi­oned by Trump seems in­creas­ingly out­moded. In the af­ter­math of the lat­est US mass shoot­ing, The New York Times is say­ing what the rest of the world has known for years – US gun laws are a dis­grace and in ur­gent need of an over­haul. Hilary Clin­ton has been push­ing to keep guns off the street for years and, in the cur­rent po­lit­i­cal cli­mate, this pol­icy might just push her over the fin­ish­ing line on Elec­tion Day.

Saturn in Sagit­tar­ius (2014-17) is making peo­ple ex­am­ine their core be­liefs and hope­fully paving the way for pos­i­tive change and ac­cep­tance of dif­fer­ence. But Sagit­tar­ius is the co­me­dian of the zo­diac and what bet­ter way to draw at­ten­tion to Is­lam­o­pho­bia and all thinks racist than through hu­mour. Af­ter Don­ald Trump sug­gested reg­is­ter­ing all Amer­i­can Mus­lims, Wa­ja­hat Ali wrote in The New York Times, “For the sake of ef­fi­ciency, I cre­ated a card my­self, listing my skin tone as ‘Caramel Mocha’, my eth­nic­ity as ‘Bol­ly­wood’ and my re­li­gion as ‘Sunny-side Sunni.’

As a child, I found it dif­fi­cult to grasp that Ger­mans were the en­e­mies of my coun­try­men in the Sec­ond World War. Maybe a child in the 22nd cen­tury will have that same dif­fi­culty un­der­stand­ing why peo­ple killed each other in our cen­tury be­cause their skin was a dif­fer­ent colour or be­cause they were born in a dif­fer­ent part of the world or wor­shipped a dif­fer­ent god.

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