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Neptune’s Paradox

Alike Uranus, Neptune is full of paradoxes. It could be the weakest planet, and if it takes a significant placement in the chart, it can make a person very hesitant and insecure. At the same time, Neptune is the wisest planet that symbolises the final stage of human evolution.  As Pisces ruler, Neptune absorbed the… Read More ›

Revolutionary Uranus

Uranus is the first planet that indicates a fundamental difference between Western and Vedic Astrology. Vedic astrologists keep using only the celestial bodies that lie within Sun-Saturn distance. Western astrology, however, adapted for the new knowledge. Even though it is possible to see Uranus with the naked eye, it hadn’t been recognised as a planet… Read More ›

Magic of Seven

Once on Saturday morning this month, I was a bit lazy to get up. I enjoyed my quiet morning and an opportunity to do nothing. “How great it’s Saturday”, I thought. And then I made my own discovery: ” It is not Saturday, it is Saturn’s Day”. I was never curious about the astrological meaning… Read More ›

Hierarchy of Saturn

Even Though Jupiter was the king of all gods in ancient Roman belief, he was fathered by the ruthless Saturn – god of time, or Titan Chronos in the Greek tradition. Who can escape or trick it? No one. Who can get his mercy? No one. Don’t pray, don’t cry. Time is an unstoppable force… Read More ›

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About Me

Hi, I’m Olga, and I love astrology and cats. An old Russian joke says: “If you don’t like cats, you just have no idea how to cook them.” Astrology is the same. When offered like a tabloid page with a weekly prediction for everyone reading, it gives you reasonable doubts about a theory behind it.

The knowledge developed over thousands of years is often dumb down to a bubble gum wrap. I wish to offer you another idea about the beauty and elegance of it.

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