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A Happy New Year to all Livingnow readers – may your year be filled with joy, happiness, adventure, love and learning! As usual at this time of year, I try to put together a few predictions on how things might turn out for those of us on planet Earth…here’s one of my favourites from last year: “Tony Abbott is a Scorpio and I believe it unlikely that he will be re-elected with Saturn in Sagittarius. His unsellable budget, intransigence on global warming and string of broken promises are all anathema to Sagittarian energy which champions truth, equality, freedom and an international approach.”
On a more tragic note I wrote: “Fundamentalist religious beliefs and religious fanaticism tend to rear their head with Saturn in Sagittarius. People are prepared to die for a cause noble or otherwise.” With the Charlie Hebdo shootings; the Sydney café siege; the recent terrorist attacks in Beirut and Paris, not to mention the ongoing daily bloodbath in the Middle East, this has unfortunately proved to be the case.
So what can we expect this year? First, none of the outer planets that govern collective trends (Pluto, Neptune, Uranus, Chiron, Saturn and Jupiter) are in fixed zodiac signs, meaning the overall vibe is about new ideas, innovative projects, flexibility, cooperation and change. Secondly there is a strong practical focus with Jupiter and Pluto in earth signs ( Virgo and Capricorn) and an ongoing desire for revolution and change with Uranus and Saturn in fire signs Aries and Sagittarius. 2016 is a year for decisive and courageous action. Pluto, the outermost planet in our solar system, symbolises death and rebirth, and his entry into conservative Capricorn in 2008 heralded the global financial crisis, whose effects are still evident. Pluto’s role in Capricorn has been to destroy and break down old models of power and authority (banks, mining companies, governments, corporations) and replace them with different and better ones. Anyone who has studied history will know this is an ongoing process (remember the feudal system…the slave trade...the Roman Empire?) but change is not always welcome! Pluto is now exactly half way on his journey through Capricorn, meaning we still have another eight years to throw out old attitudes, systems and traditions… which brings us to shifting attitudes on the environment. show of public support influenced the radical decisions made just days later at the United Nations climate change conference in Paris where, after 20 years of tense negotiations, world leaders finally agreed to aim for a 1.5 degree limit in global warming. In another remarkable turnaround, Britain, birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, has called for the closing of all coal-fired power plants by 2025.
the places and activities they’ve seen on their computer screen. Another major effect of Neptune in Pisces has been the rise in popularity of pilgrimages, retreats, ashrams and spiritual, energetic and alternative methods of healing. With Neptune in Pisces until 2026, we can expect much more of the same.
Both Neptune and Pisces embody the ideal of perfection. We see the shadow side of this with the rise of fat shaming, obsession with celebrity culture, the vanity of the selfie and the rise in eating disorders, gaming and drug addiction. It’s fine to aim for Neptunian perfection, but we live in a Saturnian material world where people grow older, bellies sag, relationships and dreams fail, bills need to be paid, toilets need to be cleaned and it’s impossible to be eternally beautiful, youthful, rich and adored. No wonder depression, mental illness and escapism are on the rise! The stark realisation of the difference between fantasy and reality is highlighted this year with the waning square between Saturn and Neptune, discussed in a previous Stargazer column.
A beautiful example of the balance between Saturn (real world) and Neptune (fantasy or dream world) is the 2016 Pirelli calendar shot by photographer Annie Leibovitz. Instead of snapping supermodels in skimpy lingerie, Leibovitz has taken photos of “real women of outstanding professional, social, cultural, sporting and artistic accomplishment”. The calendar includes photos of Patti Smith, Yoko Ono, Amy Schumer and Serena Williams, women who’ve worked hard to hone their talents If 2016 is a year of change powered by decisive action ask yourself: • What radical changes can I make to be
more authentic and effective? • What or who do I need to let go of? • What practical steps can I take to turn
my dreams into reality? • How can I cooperate and share
instead of compete and compare? • How can I make the world a better
place for myself and others?