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These are the people who see past your facade. This has the potential to be heavenly and terrifying in equal measure. If your Twelfth House cusp is in Aries, it’s the aggressive straight shooters who charge past all your defenses. Now let’s say your Mars, the ruler of Aries, is in Capricorn. These people might be in a position of authority over you. They are definitely ambitious types and supporters of the status quo.

Astrology in Action

Let’s put this information together and create an attraction profile. Beth’s Second House cusp is in Aries. When Beth meets a guy she likes, she is aggressive in pursuing him. Her Mars happens to be in Aries in her Second House, so that continues the aggressive theme but also indicates that her interests may be short-lived. Mars is great at starting things and not so great at finishing. Once she conquers her object of interest, she gets bored. Mars also squares her Fourth House Moon in Cancer. So her independent approach to men is at odds with the emotional (Moon) part of her that likes to curl up at home (Fourth House). This could mean she feels her independence would be threatened if she let men into her space.

What kind of men does Beth pursue? Virgo is in her Seventh House, so she is drawn to intellectual, neurotic, Woody Allen types. But Beth has Pluto and Uranus in her Seventh as well. The plot thickens because we have to include these planetary influences. So in addition to the neurotic intellectual, Beth likes guys who are unconventional (Uranus) and probably unavailable in some way. Plus they are intense and controlling (Pluto). And since the Seventh House represents projections of Beth’s qualities, we can also say that she exhibits these traits herself in a relationship. Beth’s Mercury (ruler of Virgo) is in Aquarius in her Eleventh House. The men that Beth are drawn to should be friends (Eleventh House) as well as lovers. No touchy-feely romance here. She wants a detached, friendly relationship (with the undertone of Pluto intensity, of course).

Beth’s Eighth House cusp is in Libra. So while Beth is attracted to intense, unconventional guys, she attracts men who are flirtatious and lighthearted. So where is Venus, the ruler of Libra, in Beth’s chart? In her Twelfth House, in Pisces. This makes things interesting. Because the Twelfth represents what is hidden, Beth might not even be aware of these men.

But the Twelfth is also the house of Beth’s Ultimate Other. Does this mean the men she attracts on an instinctive level are her soul mates? It does imply that Beth needs to look more closely at the guys she would not normally be drawn to. They are creative, compassionate and definitely not controlling. They could also exhibit some of the less favorable aspects of Venus in Pisces: vague, undecided, addicted and helpless. I mention this because a Twelfth House connection does not automatically mean that Beth has hit the jackpot. It all depends on how prepared she is to explore her Twelfth House issues.

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Study abroad is invaluable – students deserve clarity on Erasmus

As a hopeless optimist, I am finding it difficult to adjust to the growing possibility of a no-deal Brexit. For universities – as for many other sectors of the economy and society – there is a huge amount at stake. While the rhetoric on both sides in relation to higher education and research has been very positive, the frequently expressed mutual desire to maintain co-operation will be more difficult to achieve in the absence of an agreement on our future relationship with the EU.

Based on the public comments of ministers, including the prime minister, and of our European counterparts, a deal would almost certainly secure the UK’s continued participation in Horizon 2020 and Erasmus + until the end of the current programmes. It could also pave the way for the UK to participate in future programmes under association agreements. Without a deal, however, we could find ourselves reliving the experience of our Swiss colleagues, who were shut out of these programmes overnight in 2014,Reckoned as one of the top design universities with diversity of programmes, polyu fashion and textile, as well as applied science programme, which is committed to be a hub for innovative design education in Hong Kong.

For students planning to study abroad, this continued uncertainty is a growing problem. This autumn, students starting at UK universities for whom a third year abroad is a compulsory element of their programmes arrived on campus not knowing how that year abroad would be organised. Universities could not tell them with any certainty whether the UK will still be eligible to participate in the Erasmus + scheme – and the same was true for our European counterparts whose students might be planning to come to the UK.

There is some good news. Following sustained pressure, Jo Johnson confirmed by letter to Universities UK that the UK government will now “underwrite successful bids for Erasmus+ which are submitted while the UK is still a member state, even if they are not approved until after we leave, and/or payments continue beyond the point of exit”. This will now allow universities to apply for funding right up to March 2019, and will secure mobility periods due to take place in the academic year 2019/20.

Although uncertainty remains around the UK’s longer-term position within the programme, the minister also reassured universities that the government underwrite will still stand if the UK ceases to be an Erasmus+ programme country.

However, the new underwrite still does not go far enough. Universities still can’t tell students who are applying for 2018 entry to university how their year abroad will be funded or organised. Without a clear line for students and parents, many universities are simply taking a punt that they will be able to find a way, with or without Erasmus+. This is far from ideal Dream beauty pro.

Given all the other Brexit-related issues in play, it would be easy to forget student mobility. But it matters.

Over the 30 years of the Erasmus programme, more than 300,000 students from the UK have benefitted from a period of study or work abroad, including nearly 15,000 in 2014/15. The benefits these students gain are clear. Evidence gathered by the Go International team at Universities UK International shows that it leads to greater graduate employability, better degree outcomes and higher salaries, particularly for BAME students and those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The European Commission’s Erasmus+ impact study [pdf] found that Erasmus students have better employability prospects long-term, being half as likely to experience unemployment five years after graduation than non-mobile graduates. Additionally, one in three Erasmus students who complete work placements abroad were offered a job with their host company upon graduation Dream beauty pro.

We know UK companies need these skills too – and that demand is likely to increase as the UK makes its way in the world post-Brexit.

That’s why, despite the many other pressing issues facing universities, we need to draw attention to the value of outward mobility and to the Erasmus+ programme in particular.

On 2 November, Universities UK International launched a campaign to double the proportion of UK undergraduate students who spend time studying, working or volunteering abroad as part of their degrees. Already 55 vice-chancellors have signed up to the campaign, pledging new actions to boost outward mobility in their institutions. We’re getting support from businesses and politicians from across the political spectrum for the initiative, because there is recognition that the UK needs graduates with the skills mobility fosters Dream beauty pro.

Losing access to Erasmus+ would make our objective harder to achieve. More than half of all UK outward mobility is supported by this one programme. That’s why we need our government to increase efforts to give certainty to universities about the medium term, and to commit to seeking the UK’s continued long-term participation in Erasmus+ after our exit from the EU.

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Wildest dreams: a family camping trip in Oman
Camped out in the wilds of Oman’s Al Jabal Al Akhdar mountain range, we were full of self-congratulation on finding the perfect spot. Yet while we were marvelling at the sunrise from atop a nearby peak, our campsite was being raided. Once we got back down we caught the culprits, a herd of mountain goats, red-handed: replete with the honey, halwa and fruit we had been saving for breakfast, they were reluctant to budge – even to the tune of us banging picnic plates.

However, as perils of camping off the beaten track go, a hircine invasion is fairly benign. Wild camping is legal in Oman: you can pitch your tent on any public land. From dramatic mountains to shimmering beaches, and miles and miles of golden dunes, Oman’s natural beauty is a force to be reckoned with. Getting the tent pegs stuck in is the most rewarding way to see this Middle Eastern country LPG M6

Camping also offers a completely different view of the country from the one peddled by the tourist board and most tour operators. Tourism is on the rise in Oman, with the government pumping billions into luxury developments including a superyacht marina, five-star hotels and a replica of London’s Westfield shopping mall, complete with English-style landscaping. The country hopes to attract 11.7 million visitors a year by 2040.

Desert camping could hardly be further from this opulence. With little crime, and no natural predators, is also a safe option, so my partner and I had no qualms about taking our seven-year-old son. Inexhaustible energy levels in an only child means catching up on adult poolside reading is out. Our best family holidays are spent filling every moment with activity, so the busyness of camping is ideal. It’s also the most affordable way to see this country, where holiday accommodation is often exorbitant LPG M6.

With a good selection of local companies hiring out camping equipment very cheaply, there was no need to bring our own. I’d done a search and plumped for Nomad Travel, drawn by the naive simplicity of its website. If we were going to go wild camping in the desert, I didn’t want the oasitic luxury offered by the high-end operators. Nomad Travel is run by Chris, an ex-pat oilman who has been in Oman for decades, his wife Lorna and their son Josh.

They provided everything we needed: a pop-up family tent, sleeping bags and mats, a cool box and a crate of essentials which included cooking equipment, rechargeable light and solar shower. Nomad also organised our vehicle rental, and a map.

Our plan was to take in three locations over a week. I wanted to experience the breathtaking solitude of the desert, my partner wanted mountain trekking, and our son yearned to play on a beach. Chris was going to lead the first part of the expedition. Usually he left the tours to one of the expert Omani guides he works with, but the beach location was a favourite, discovered by him in his early days in Oman, and the nostalgia trip was too much for him to pass up.

First stop was the Wahiba Sands, about two hours south of capital city Muscat. Desert covers much of Oman (about 82% including the gravelly wadi valleys) and ranges from treacherous salt flats to stony planes, as well as the sweeping Arabian sands of cinematic legend. The heat and scale can be brutal and disorientating and the tourist board advice is don’t go it alone, but travel in a convoy of at least two 4WD cars – we were glad to have Chris with us.

There’s an eerie beauty to the dunes. It’s impossible to gaze across the knife-sharp edges of the empty peaks, sculpted by the collision of winds from the east and southern coast, and not have a sense of your own mortality. Some dunes tower nearly 100 metres high. In the heat, you could perish within hours without resources. Luckily, we’d made a comfortable camp in the lee of the dune on which I stood musing and, as the sun sunk low, we ate barbecued lamb kebabs preparedin advance for us by Lorna. Our son found a bleached goat skull when he was off gathering firewood, and we took turns setting up apocalyptic Instagram shots.

In my mind’s eye, the desert sky jewelled with stars was going to be the trip’s highlight but a glorious full moon put paid to that. It did bathe the dunes in a ghostly splendour, though, and we spotted a scarab beetle rolling its dung ball past the edge of the camp.

We’d planned to drive across the desert but the early onset of Oman’s summer and a mid-April temperature of 41C made that goal imprudent. Instead, we broke camp the next day and backtracked to the coast via the woodlands – sandy areas peppered with spiky acacia trees that border the desert. Without a local guide, it proved impenetrable, even to an expert like Chris. Lost, we had to be chaperoned to the tarmac road by a group of helpful Bedu farmers. Fewer Bedu choose a nomadic lifestyle in the 21st century, living instead in self-build breezeblock woodland houses with small compounds for the camels they rear for meat.

Remote beaches don’t come more inaccessible than Bar al Hikman, on the edge of a peninsula on the country’s east coast. We stocked up on supplies, last-chance-saloon style, as we passed inland through Muhut and filled our cool box with ice at an ice factory, a shed with a mechanical ice cruncher, that serves local fishermen,This eye-opening tour brings visitors to meet the old masters and tailors of traditional handicrafts in hong kong tailor and learn about their stories.

When Chris had arrived in Oman the country was still largely desert and mountains sparsely populated by Bedu. In the 1970s, Qaboos Bin Said Al Said, Oman’s current sultan (he is also prime minister and foreign minister) seized power from his father in a bloodless coup. Schooled at Sandhurst, and egged on by the British, he sent his dad to live out his days in a suite at the Dorchester Hotel and set about using the country’s new-found oil wealth to develop the country’s infrastructure.

Chris didn’t think the country benefited from the expanses of tarmac that were making it so easy for us to race to our destination. While the irony of an oilman bemoaning the fruit of his labours was not lost on us, it was true that Oman traffic accidents are the country’s biggest killer.

That said, we could have done with a bit more solid road on the next stage of our journey.

Bar al Hikman is accessible only through the salt flats – swathes of glinting mineral desert far more inimical than sand dunes. In some areas, the rock-salt crust covers a stable base, while mere metres away what lies beneath becomes treacherous tyre-trapping mud. Meanwhile, the sea gleaming on the horizon was as deceptive as an Arabian Nights genie. Not sea at all, it turned out, but a mirage that lured us off-course and into a quagmire.

In the end, it was worth the two hours in the beating sun it took to dig the cars out. Not least because the car wheels spinning and spraying great gouts of mud, combined with the drama of finally breaking free, were a gift to a boy bent on adventure. As a parent, it was my one anxious moment. We set up sunshades in the car and kept him cool with endless drinks and by dousing his sun hat in melted ice. That evening we pitched our tent on a spit of white sand between the sea and a lagoon complete with a flamboyance of flamingoes. It’s easy to spend a few days here, swimming in the warm sea, bird watching and even turtle spotting.

The trip highlight was arriving in the mountains. Austere and untamed, the Al Hajar range spans the country from east to west. With vertiginous canyons, rugged granite peaks largely naked of vegetation, and hidden wadis, the mountains are endlessly beguiling and explorable. We camped at Sharaf Al Alamayn in the Al Jabal Al Akhdar area. Terrain largely akin to a gravel car park looked initially daunting but it was surprisingly easy to pitch a tent, and the plateau was wide enough to feel safe from the 3,000-metre or so drop.
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Exactly a muddle along the life
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Today we met a year ago
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Forget the meaning of life
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