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Franklin’s Wife Died Missing Her Husband

Deborah Read Franklin (February 14, 1708 [OS] – December 19, 1774) Deborah Read Franklin was two years younger that Benjamin, but we did not have an accurate birth date, until I searched for her on Find a Grave.com. There is … Continue reading

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This May Come as a Shock to the System

Benjamin Franklin (January 6, 1706 [OS] – April 17, 1790) While reading the book, Return of the Revolutionaries, I kept wondering about this individual. About halfway through, he has not been included in the list of reincarnated individuals. (I just … Continue reading

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Joining the GOP Fray, Despite Having Little Support

Chris Christie (September 6, 1962) The pundits are suggesting that Chris Christie will get zero support amongst Republican voters, but that doesn’t seem to deter him. Maybe there’s something in his birth chart that can give us a clue about … Continue reading

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One Aspect Repeats Itself at the Beginning and the End

Sylvia Browne (October 19, 1936 – November 20, 2013) Sylvia Browne has been gone almost 10 years, already. That means, to some, that she’s yesterday’s news. I see her wisdom as timeless, as I’ve documented previously, here. The double T-square … Continue reading

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This May Prove to be an Uphill Battle for President

Nikki Haley (January 20, 1972) Nikki Haley is in the running to be the Republican nominee for President in 2024. Has she a hope in hell? Her birth time is unknown, so I set Mars @ age 26, when she … Continue reading

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Did Lizzie Actually Axe-Murder Her Parents?

Lizzie Borden (July 19, 1862 – June 1, 1927) I’d like to thank Ellie Adams and Brandy Burrow for their insightful (and inciteful) Forensic Astrology YouTube video. There’s a kind of vacant look in this portrait of Lizzie Borden from … Continue reading

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A Labour Protest in Chicago Went Off with a Bang

The Haymarket Protest (May 4, 1886) Normally, I wouldn’t pay attention to something like this event, except that the explosive nature of the protest marks it out as being something significant. Because we know when the crowd was at its … Continue reading

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And Now for Something Completely Frivolous…

Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) and Ellen DeGeneres (Jan 26, 1958) I used to scoff at these photos of doppelgangers. But, no longer. In truth, these two couldn’t be more dissimilar in other ways, but their looks seem identical. That’s a … Continue reading

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They Treated You So Badly, You Had to Call Them Out

Prince Harry and Edward VIII As you may remember, I made the connection between these two royals previously, only that I looked at their determination to marry the women they loved, even if it meant they had to leave the … Continue reading

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Why Charles Fought for Camilla to be Queen

Queen Camilla and Queen Charlotte Imagine, if you will, that a karmic memory of loving your spouse was so great that you were willing to risk condemnation from the whole of the nation, just to marry her again in the … Continue reading

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