Monthly Archives: July 2022

There’s a New Advertising “Trick” at the Moment:

Magic! Hey, Presto! All your problems instantly disappear, including boredom… Just keep an eye open for any examples that may appear on your television screen in the next few days.

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How Operation Mincemeat was Hatched:

The Downing of BOAC Flight 777 (June 1, 1943) I was reading an entry about Leslie Howard this morning, and it was suggesting that the German High Command had targeted this flight because of his presence onboard. It was probably … Continue reading

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Any Normal Person Would Have Got the Message:

Trump was Thwarted at Every Turn This Tarot card came to mind this morning when I was reviewing the latest (prime time) session of the January 6th Select Committee hearings from last night. At the top of a steep cliff, … Continue reading

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By Hook or By Crook: Whatever It Takes

The New American Civil War? It was comparing the U.S. Secret Service chart to Donald J. Trump’s that got me to thinking: could Trump have been a part of the original American Civil War? Then Jefferson Davis came to mind. … Continue reading

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Were They in Secret Service to Trump on January 6th?

United States Secret Service (July 5, 1865) I admit it: I cannot help how my mind sees conspiracies everywhere, even when they seem improbable. The first inkling of something wrong was when Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony about Trump having an ‘incident’ … Continue reading

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In Case You Thought Critical Race Theory was New…

James Baldwin vs. William F. Buckley Jr. Debate (October 26, 1965) In terms of the basis of thinking in 1965, this debate shows the way we were. The Chart Moon Inconjunct Jupiter This aspect indicates that you have a positive, … Continue reading

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When Ageism Becomes a Barrier

I thought carefully about jumping into the affray about the issue of age. Why? “Cause I’m getting older, too.” To be honest, Biden probably shouldn’t have run for President in 2020, but he realized that no one else could defeat … Continue reading

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A Very Accomplished (and Complicated) Federalist:

Alexander Hamilton (January 11, 1755 – July 12, 1804) Oh, well, I might as well make the cosmic leap and do Hamilton’s birth chart. The timing isn’t certain because no one knows whether he was born in 1755 or 1757. … Continue reading

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In the End, He Chose the “Honourable” Way Out

Alexander Hamilton Shot (July 11, 1804) There’s a night’s-long story behind today’s post, so bear with me while I explain. I had an image, while I was falling asleep, of an change in political fortune over the space of a … Continue reading

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Yesterday in History XVII

Disneyland Opens (July 17, 1955) This was a dream that Walt Disney had for years. And for those of us who were alive at the time, this became our dream, too. On this day in 1955: Disneyland opens in Anaheim, … Continue reading

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