Category Archives: showbusiness

Spy Film: It’s the Little Things that Matter

A Call To Spy (2019) I watched this film of Netflix last night. I wasn’t sure what I expected, since most spy films are way too glamourized to be believed. So, you can imagine my surprise to see how understated … Continue reading

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“If I Die, I Die: I’m Not Going to be Controlled.”

Meat Loaf (September 27, 1947 – January 20, 2022) Whether or not he died from COVID-19 complications is to underestimate the effect this ‘bat out of hell’ had on the world while he lived. Meat Loaf was one of a … Continue reading

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Meditating on My Totem Animal: Silence and I

Lynx “The meaning of the lynx points to your gift of ‘hearing’ other people’s thoughts and seeing into their souls, as well as their intentions and thoughts. “You can pick up on vibrational energies and use them to determine your … Continue reading

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Is This the Real Thing, or Just a Fantasy, Too?

Dorothy Eady (Omm Sety) (January 16, 1904 – April 21, 1981) My friend, Ian, sent me the link to the History Channel’s page about Dorothy Eady, last night. I’d heard of her before, but actually didn’t pay her any attention, … Continue reading

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I Could Have Sworn I’d Written about This Years Ago

David Bowie (January 8, 1947 – January 10, 2016) Is this one of my prime examples of the Mandela Effect? I even remember discussing the fact that David Bowie‘s birth time of 9:00 am should actually be 11:50 pm, as … Continue reading

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Her 100th Birthday would have been on Next Monday

Betty White (January 17, 1922 – December 31, 2021) Wikipedia states that Betty White was active in show business from 1939 until 2021. That’s a good innings, as the British would say. And of course she was well-loved by the … Continue reading

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The Most Famous Songwriter of the 19th Century

Stephen Foster (July 4, 1826 – January 13, 1864) Even as a child, I knew that the beautiful songs that Stephen Foster wrote were bordering on non-PC, before I understood the phrase. As they were part of the minstrel shows … Continue reading

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Guess Who Really Did Come to Dinner?

Sidney Poitier and Joanna Shimkus Hollywood marriages are very tricky partnerships to navigate at the best of times. But what if your marriage was also interracial at a time in history when the viewing public was easily scandalized? “We Were … Continue reading

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From Humble Beginnings, He has Stayed Humble

Sir Anthony Hopkins (December 31, 1937) The reason for this post? I caught a short video posted by Sir Anthony Hopkins on Facebook, celebrating his latest birthday on December 31st. The timing of this birth chart is considered by most … 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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