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Issue No. 84 - The March 2012 edition of the Visual Astrology Newsletter.
This is a free subscription publication dedicated to visual astrology and fixed stars.
It is produced byAstro Logos Ltd, UK.
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Checking what we talked about in January for the events of March 2012. This gives us insights into the remarkable unfolding of Venus' radiation of Jupiter as it moved through the Stare of Cetus - medical mircales and questions around the English throne
The month of March started with images of Prince Harry as he conducted his first solo visit to Brazil to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee year. The UK and USA media ran stories of the second in line to the throne, the 'spare' Crown Prince, walking through the deprived areas of Rio de Janeiro and being swamped by children and people.We ask the question that visual astrology is implying: 'Who is the real Crown Prince, William or Harry?' ...click to read
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