Monthly Archives: December 2021

So, Who Did Tesla Reincarnate As?

Saul Perlmutter (September 22, 1959) According to Kevin Ryerson’s Ahtun Re, Nikola Tesla came back as Saul Perlmutter. In a way, that makes total sense. Working alone didn’t get Tesla very far, so his next life would clearly need help … Continue reading

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And Speaking of Child Proteges…

Nikola Tesla (July 10, 1856 – January 7, 1943) There has to be some method behind the timing of hints that I’m given. In this case, yesterday’s post about Champ Jaxon featured a randomized birth chart which fixed his North … Continue reading

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We Seem to be Seeing a Lot of Child Proteges Lately

Champ Jaxon (Jackson Champion Winkler) (August 28, 2010) Here’s another surprise entry in my day yesterday: this young musician was on Ellen yesterday afternoon at 4:00 pm local time. Here’s a link to the EllenTube video. At first, I wondered … Continue reading

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When One’s Faith is Tested

I Still Believe (2020) I’m beginning to think that I need to get out more: here is a Christian Country Music star whose story is heartbreaking and inspiring at the same time. In fact, I’d never heard of him, until … Continue reading

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“Stuff” Happens When the Stars Align

Patty Hearst (February 20, 1954) A fellow astrologer-blogger calls Patty Hearst, Jeffrey Epstein’s granddaughter, referencing the fact that Epstein is William Randolph Hearst reincarnated. CaptMcCoy also thinks that what happened to Patty Hearst was a random ‘joke’ played by some … Continue reading

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He Thought the Saudis Couldn’t Touch Him in Turkey

Jamal Khashoggi (October 13, 1958 – October 2, 2018) He forgot that the grounds of the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul are actually considered Saudi soil. Khashoggi’s birth time is unknown. I tried randomizing the chart and then realized that … Continue reading

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The Author who Shared the Remains of an Age with Us

Kazuo Ishiguro (November 9, 1954) Long before “Downton Abbey” the recent past in England was explored by Kazuo Ishiguro in his book “The Remains of the Day” in 1989. By 1993, this book was adapted into a film, starring Anthony … Continue reading

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BeBe: Christmas 2021

She’s 13 years old.

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The Writer who Got Away with Mordor

J.R.R. Tolkien (January 3, 1892 – September 2, 1973) It’s hard to believe that it’s been 20 years since the first “Lord of the Rings” film was released to cinemas the world over. This concept came from the mind of … Continue reading

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All About Time: The Film Writer/Director who Is…

Robert Zemeckis (May 14, 1952) We watched “The Polar Express” last night (again), but this time in a six-seater private screening room. What a difference from the cinema version and/or a TV broadcast… Most of the film takes place between … Continue reading

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