Monthly Archives: October 2020

Behold the Man and the Superman

Friedrich Nietzsche (October 15, 1844 – August 25, 1900) I bought, and tried reading, Thus Spoke Zarathustra several years ago. My God, it was hard work. The opening words, translated into English, were startling, at least to me: I TEACH … Continue reading

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Thus Spoke Zarathustra (or did he?)

Zoroaster (dates unknown) I am not going to quote from Friedrich Nietzsche, although that would be the most important book written about Zoroaster. No, I’m going to quote something more recent. ‘For many centuries before Zaratas’s time, the Babylonian astronomers … Continue reading

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“Baby, It’s Cold Outside!”

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The Moment Lars Muhl’s “Old Life” Died

Total Solar Eclipse (March 9, 1997) It’s not often that a person can pinpoint the exact moment when everything changed. I had a similar point in time in December 1995. This is Lars Muhl’s. On the day the album was … Continue reading

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The Seeker and the Seer

Lars Muhl (November 14, 1950) I wouldn’t even be contemplating writing this blog if I hadn’t starting meeting this man in my dreams. It began two nights ago, when Lars showed up at a group get-together. I’d been following him … Continue reading

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Did William Blake’s Wife Reincarnate as My Friend?

Catherine Sophia Blake (April 25, 1762 – October 18, 1831) I can’t help it: I just had to find out if Catherine came back into my present life with the same name. I do not have permission to illustrate the … Continue reading

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Is It Really Possible? Could I Have Been Him?

William Blake (November 28, 1757 – August 15, 1827) I wasn’t going to go here again, after deciding that John Varley was a better fit for me. And then I spotted the Peter Ackroyd book, Blake, in my office library. … Continue reading

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In Light of Steiner’s Words: a Past Life Examined

John Varley (August 17, 1778 – November 17, 1842) In my third post (from April 2014) I speculated on whether I might have been William Blake in a past life. Upon further reflection, I decided I was more likely to … Continue reading

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The First Superstar Astrologer

Evangeline Adams (February 8, 1868 – November 12, 1932) I’d never heard of this woman, until today. Does that seem possible? Her claim to fame came at age 31 when she told the owner of the hotel she’d moved into … Continue reading

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Ah, So I’ve Been on the Right Track, After All

The Astrological Revolution While researching images for a reincarnational post on Facebook, I came across this book. Of course, I had to buy it! If nothing else, it will prove the things I’ve been saying since I was in my … Continue reading

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