Category Archives: history

I’m Beginning to Think that I’m Too Subtle Sometimes:

Let’s Start a Dialogue about the N-Word All joking aside, there are three recent posts of mine which attempted to connect the dots where harsh truth is concerned. The first was about Dred Scott, the second about Roe v. Wade … Continue reading

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Now That’s a Title: “Indian in the Cabinet” (2021)

Jody Wilson-Raybould (March 23, 1971) I meant to buy and read this book earlier, but too many things got in the way, until today. I knew she was an honest woman, from the time of the SNC-Lavalin affair from more … Continue reading

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Fifty-Five Years of Independence has Led to This:

The Republic of Barbados (November 30, 2021) Yesterday was the first day of the Republic of Barbados. I wonder what that looks like StarLogically… Well, that’s a nice surprise: two incnjuncts, both of which are symbolic of this action. Moon … Continue reading

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And the (Legal Heart) Beat Goes On and On…

Roe V. Wade (January 22, 1973) They say that nothing divides a country more quickly than a law that limits the choices of 50% of the population. Roe v. Wade has been a thorn in the flesh of the United … Continue reading

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This SCOTUS Decision Led to the American Civil War

Dred Scott v. Sandford (March 6, 1857) We Canadians do not really have a true sense of American history. There, I’ve said it aloud. I was reading a chapter, today, in Phineas Quimby’s book entitled “Government”. It was written in … Continue reading

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The Passing of Leonardo da Vinci (May 2, 1519)

Honestly, you would have thought that I’d done Leonardo’s death chart before now, but it turns out that I hadn’t. This oversight correction was prompted by a YouTube video I watched today: So, what can his death chart show us? … Continue reading

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Now that We have a Variant (Omicron) of Concern…

The Start of the “Spanish” Flu (H1N1-A) (March 4, 1918) Did you even imagine that we’d still be dealing with COVID-19, two years later? If history is anything to go by, that would be par for the course. I thought … Continue reading

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The Birth of the Traditional Father Christmas

Saint Nicholas (March 15, 220 AD – December 6, 343 AD) I knew I would probably look at this ‘original’ Santa Claus, after posting the birth chart of the modern one. The birth and death dates are the traditional ones … Continue reading

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The Modern Birth of a Christmas Legend

A Visit from St. Nicholas (December 23, 1823) Who says you can’t create the birth chart of a legendary figure? I, for one, think you can. In 1821, the book A New-year’s present, to the little ones from five to … Continue reading

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The Legendary Life and Death of the Red Baron

Manfred von Richthofen (May 2, 1892 – April 21, 1918) I guess Charles Schulz knew a lot about this Great War pilot’s life when he pitted Snoopy in a Sopwith Camel against Baron von Richthofen. In a ‘dog fight’ between … Continue reading

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