Authors: Kevin Joslin
Contents © Kevin Joslin 2010
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Gypsy Petulengro, Mystic Meg, Prince Monolulu, My Aunt Nellie with the tea-leaves. All of them practised in the dark arts; in the great tradition of soothsayers and
Anyone who deludes themselves that Kevin Joslin is part of this tradition can only be regarded as an escapee from the Home for the Bewildered. Don’t let the earrings and crystal ball fool
you; this man is the son of a disgraced bookies runner from Cahirciveen. Not only does he know nothing of the future, he has little grasp of the present. Do not cross this numpty’s palm with
Ever since primitive man first gazed up into the eternity of night and asked himself the question, ‘What is that stuff I just stepped in?’ people have wondered what
effect the star-strewn heavens have on their daily lives.
Following years of painstaking research, this volume of precise and detailed astrological forecasts for the year ahead, eschews the normal wishy-washy and rather all encompassing language of the
hack astrologers who typically ply their trade in daily newspapers, the editors of which wouldn’t know a real astrologer even if they had put up a tent on their front lawn and played Ink
Spots records at deafening volume on a ghetto-blaster until they agreed to see the person in question, who incidentally has no connection to myself or anyone I know.
No. We deal with specifics here. If your cat is about to be flattened by a falling space-station component, you will know about it in advance, and can take immediate action to avoid the
impending disaster – assuming that you actually like your cat that is.
The week ahead for each of the twelve signs of the zodiac is forecast in summary form, with specific events highlighted along with any items that are particularly imbued with good fortune.
Should any of the forecasts prove at all inaccurate, you may of course return the book to the retailer, who will, I confidently predict, roll their eyes and say to a colleague,
‘They’re out in force this morning Jeff’.
The Moon joins Venus, the planet of relationships, in the area of your chart that governs income tax. You may have to adopt an extremely unconventional approach with the tax
inspector to reduce your next bill. Saturn rising means that it would be best to try out those new soup spoons by next Friday, when Mars goes trine.