Monthly Archives: December 2017

Capricorn — The Sea-Goat

The tenth sign of the zodiac In Hindu astrology: Makarar — and considered by the ancients to be the most important of all the signs. Is it possible the ancients recognized in the Winter Solstice the point of gravitation that … Continue reading

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A Date with Destiny (a Red-Letter Day)

  Star Wars: The Last Jedi Considering that this movie franchise has been active for 40 years, it’s amazing to find something new and different in its content. The characters are the same from the previous film The Force Awakens … Continue reading

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Adventures in Youth: 4

  Windermere Dock This scenic view of Windermere must have been taken when I was a boy because the details are “right”. Everything is where it should be, and the look is exactly as I remember it. Although you cannot … Continue reading

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Is the Moon a Balloon?

  Jonathan Cainer’s Guide to the Zodiac Jonathan died in 2016. He would have been 60 years old today. It’s taken me a while to get around to that fact. I read his daily horoscopes in the Daily Mail, the … Continue reading

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The Hills Are Alive…

  …with The Sound of Music Why this one has become a Christmas film, I don’t know. But I suspect it’s because of the theme of family, in this case, the Trapp Family Singers. “Based on the memoir The Story … Continue reading

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Adventures in Youth: 3

  Between a Rock and a Hard Place I wasn’t sure if I could find an image that could conjure up my memory from the age of twelve. This one is from England, while my adventure took place in Muskoka, … Continue reading

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The Reawakening of Magic

  Once Upon A Time – Season 7 It took awhile. The reset to give an adult Henry his own neverending story was going to be a stretch, once you took the Savior (Emma Swann) out of the equation. Last … Continue reading

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