Maximilian Fuxjaeger

August 9, 2019
Whitney bowed out in 2012

Whitney Houston

Many factors contribute to the astrological story. This sketch on Whitney Houston focuses on Jupiter and Saturn. Whitney Houston was born into a loving musical family and achieved incredible success. Still she could not escape the nightmare of addiction. Houston was born on 9 August 1963 at 20:55 in Newark New Jersey (Rodden Rating: AA; Collector: Rodden). She had Jupiter in Aries and Saturn in Aquarius. Whitney Houston was one of the most successful music artists of all-time. She achieved the rare feat of being popular with both white and black audiences. Readily available information around Whitney’s early childhood is sparse […]
July 4, 2019
Titanic Trenoweth

Tales from the ‘Titanic’

We hear so much about Kate and Leonardo in the movie Titanic that the real star of the show, Gloria Stuart is overlooked.  In case the name isn’t familiar, Gloria played Rose as an old woman. It is her story, her romantic liaison with a poor boy from a different social class to hers that we are listening to when we watch the film. Gloria was a classic actress of the silver screen. Titanic star Gloria Stuart was born 4 July 1910, 11pm in Santa Monica CA. She was of the right age and physical beauty to be involved in the […]
September 6, 2017
Alex Trenoweth

Newsletter: Back to School September 2017

“That Time of Year Again” I’ve blogged about the last leg of my adventure in the US so I won’t repeat myself on my website but I will take the opportunity to announce a few upcoming lectures, writing gigs and other adventures happening. Be sure to go all the way to the bottom of this page to find special offers and other goodies. Having landed safely at Heathrow fresh from my US tour, I rushed off to say au revoir  to my very good friend Tahran Read of Spica Astrology over lunch at one of his favourite restaurants. Tahran and I […]
July 23, 2017
Alex Trenoweth

Newsletter: June 2017

“The Trials and Tribulations of Saturn in Pisces”   I always advise parents and teachers to get to grips with their Saturn so believe me when I say I’ve been giving my Saturn a top notch workout. These past few months have seen some crazy scheduling, some full -throttle research and the kind of organising and diplomacy skills that only come from  years of experience in a classroom. Yes, I’ve been a little busy and lest I tempt fate, allow me to thank the gods that be for the guidance it takes to get a mucky pup like me through […]
October 17, 2016
Alex Trenoweth

How to Become an Astrologer in 26 Easy Steps

Well if you read my blog (actually I have 4) then you know what a smart ass I can be. I emphasise the word “smart” because I am an astrologer and a week or so ago, someone put something in my breakfast cereal and suddenly I’ve come out of my starry corner fighting (I’m blaming Mars trine my natal Sun). What am I fighting? Oh just general ignorance about astrology. You know, hearing Muggles (non astrologers) talk about retrograde motion and Ophiuchus and what Star Signs would put on their pizzas. You know, that sort of thing. So the title […]
October 6, 2016
Alex Trenoweth

Jupiter in Libra

Alex Trenoweth’s original and ground-breaking research into Astrology and Education earned her the title of “Best International Astrologer of the Year, 2015” from the Krishnamurti Institute of Astrology of Kolkata India. Her book, “Growing Pains” is an exciting development in astrology as it combines classroom teaching experience, sound research and the potential to have a positive impact on struggling adolescents, parents and teachers. In this article, an excerpt from her book, she describes how the incoming group of year 7 pupils (11 year olds) need to learn and how teachers can support them. Of her work, Alex says: “I know that I […]
April 15, 2014
Alex Trenoweth

Jupiter in Virgo: An Excerpt from “Growing Pains”

To purchase “Growing Pains” in the UK, click here or here To purchase “Growing Pains” in the US kindle version, click here Jupiter in Virgo an extract from “Growing Pains” copyright: Alex Trenoweth All rights reserved The French polisher Imagine having the task of buffing a large floor space to an incredible shine. It’s a huge job and can only be done by hand — and there’s no- one to help you. Far from rushing through the job, you relish in the perfection of technique to achieve the very best standards. You’re not bothered that progress is slow. After all, […]