Author Archives: William Stickevers

New Moon in Aries

The March 24th New Moon at 04°11′ Aries marks the beginning of a new annual cycle as it occurs shortly after the Aries Ingress – the astrological New Year on March 19th. The New Moon is within orb to the World Point (0° Aries), signifying a dramatic out-rush of archetypal power and planetary force on the world stage, and making

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COVID-19 Declared a Pandemic by the World Health Organization

Today World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 – the novel coronavirus outbreak to be a pandemic at 17:26:49 GMT in Geneva, Switzerland*. The novel coronavirus outbreak is the first pandemic caused by a coronavirus, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Wednesday. “Describing the situation as a pandemic does not change WHO’s assessment of the threat posed by this coronavirus. It

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New Moon in Pisces

The New Moon on Sunday, February 23, 2020, is at 04°28′ Pisces. The Pisces New Moon is conjunct with the reddish fixed start Fomalhaut – Alpha Piscis Austrinus, one of the 4 Royal Stars. According to tradition, the influence of Fomalhaut to the Moon is auspicious for marriage engagement, activities that involve long-distance travel, and social networking, and secret business

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Astrology, China, and the Coronavirus [VIDEO]

From the January 27, 2020 webinar on the Global Transformation Astrology Patreon channel: https://gta.williamstickevers.com/ Transcript edited for print: On December 26th we had this Solar Eclipse in Capricorn located in the 8th house of pain, change, crisis, and it is in very tight conjunction here with Jupiter. So this obviously has to do with some type of crisis that would

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Correct Predictions Made on January 1, 2017

Correct Predictions from the Global Outlook 2017 Webinar by William Stickevers

Predictions made by William Stickevers on January 1, 2017 in the Global Outlook 2017 Webinar Trouble for the Chinese Yuan “Emerging markets are vulnerable on two fronts: capital outflows in response to higher interest rates in the U.S.; and trade restrictions that will hurt economies that depend heavily on U.S. markets.  That spells trouble for Brazil and China, which statistically

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