LIFE CYCLES, Polair Publishing 2008
How the planets affect you and me, and the rich and famous...
Have you ever wondered whether there's anything in astrology? Or why people so often have rebellions in their teens, big changes at the end of their twenties or mid-life crises in their forties? In this new, completely revised edition of Life Cycles, Rose Elliot describes how the motions of the planets coincide with major life events from birth to over 100, with many real life examples and shows: 
  • The 'cycle of luck' that worked for J.K. Rowling, Bob Geldof and Anita Roddick and how to tap into it. 
  • How critical points in their cycles brought Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston together  and apart. 
  • The cycle that made Princess Diana unable to 'live a lie' any more and made Victoria and David Beckham change direction. 
  • Why the Iraq War need never have happened and why Tony Blair's and George W. Bush's cycles meant they were in no fit state to take decisions.
Discover which planets are affecting you now and how you can harness and make the most of their energies. Empowering as well as insightful, Life Cycles makes this ancient science accessible to all.
Rose Elliot Life Cycles
Our website makes use of non-invasive (no personal data) cookies to provide you with an enhanced user experience. By continuing to use the site, you consent to this.Close More
The UK Law now requires us to get consent from you for the use of cookies.

A cookie is a small file containing text and numbers generated by the website and passed from your browser back to our website when you revisit the site.

A cookie is used here to allow you to navigate the site, log in etc. Without this cookie (called a session cookie), this site would not work properly and so this has already been set.

We use an animation based rotating image which uses a cookie to know which image was last displayed so that as you move from page to page you are not seeing the same image every time.

We can also make use of third party services such as video clip players which can set cookies, for example to enable them to know that you part played a video clip previously, or to store customised settings such as brightness or volume. Close