She came from Planet Schade …

Frau Schade schaut in die Sterne. Ms Schade is stargazing. Astrologie & Sympathy in English und Deutsch since 2014. Dear visitors from outer space, so this is now officially a thing – I’ll soon be launching my astrology-only website ‘planetschade.com’ 🙂 To hit it off, there’ll be a 36 article series (from december 1) with […]

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Is there an astrological ‘big bang’ ahead for Trump?

While witnessing the latest #trumpmeltdown I was asking myself if the ‘season finale’ for Trump might be near, astrologically. And in fact there are some major cosmic hints, that all is heading towards a real big bang. I can only hope, that there are enough sensible people left around him, to get him pinned down, […]

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Winter is coming …

Tomorrow the Sun will move into Cancer and we’ll experience the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. Which also means that from now on the days will get shorter again and – yes – winter is coming … As my natal Moon is in the last degrees of Gemini I always feel […]

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When Neptune meets Saturn … aftermath

Yesterday morning I read the inspiring blog post about Neptune turning retrograde on June 13 from “The Butterfly Witch”. In it she wrote “Basically, in Neptune retrograde, the fog lifts …”. Well in the case of my karmic-relationship-experience – about which I shared some astrological insights over the last 6 months – it certainly did. […]

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upps … or: You and Me and Karma makes Three

Sometimes it seems a whole lotta karma can be set in motion with the slightest of triggers. In my case this was a very short word. Well technically not even a real word. Just ‘upps’ (german for ‘whoops’). It took me some time to figure out the astrological triggers. Rather unsurprisingly all four of the […]

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Richard Armitage’s chemistry with … Richard III

Choosing a name for one’s children is a difficult task. A name holds power. Some would go with tradition, some search for a completely unique one, some might even get into heated discussions about “the right one” with their spouse or relatives. In Richard’s case the decision that was already made (“I might have been […]

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