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Before Psychology, There Was Astrology

Carl Gustav Jung (July 26, 1875 – June 6, 1961) Our mother was a great admirer of Carl Jung. His understanding of archetypes made sense to her. And the idea that astrology was psychology’s precursor makes sense to me The … Continue reading

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Around the World in 1,122 Days

Today, in history, Victoria (the ship) returns from circumnavigating the world in 1522. Since the times of embarking and returning are my own invention, I wouldn’t have expected to see any significant. But. come to think about it: this is … Continue reading

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Here’s What We’ll Be Binge-Watching…

  The Crown We just got Netflix again for the first time in years. We have some catching up to do. We saw episode one of the first season last night. It was lovely to be able to recognize and … Continue reading

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THAT Letter (full text)

18 October 74 Hi darling, It was so good hearing you on the phone today; and I am glad we had a good talk, too. When I was talking to Helen last night, she really spoke with pride and affection … Continue reading

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Coral Polge: Aspects of Character

Personality of Past Lives or Astrological Aspects? Coral Polge was famous in the U.K. for her psychic portraits. By the time she died in 2001, she must have done tens of thousands of them. I got to sit in front … Continue reading

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Just a Love-Sick Roman Soldier

Mark Antony (January 14, 83 BCE – August 10, 30 BCE) In my opinion, this individual‘s reputation has not been served very well by history. As always the victor’s version of events is what gets written down for succeeding generations. … Continue reading

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Who is the Count of Saint Germain?

International Man of Mystery While researching alchemy and alchemists, I came across the man who was a legend in his own lifetime (1710-1784). He also has a counterpart in Theosophical circles: St. Germain. But who is he, really? My go-to … Continue reading

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At This Point in Time: a guest review

An Engaging Read and a Great Concept to Explore… As a natal chart astrologer, I really enjoyed the different approach of this book: to look at specific events in our history through the astrological chart of its time of occurrence, … Continue reading

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The Star of Bethlehem: a review

It’s been 23 years since I first wrote about Jesus of Nazareth’s birth chart. I serialized it here on WordPress over three years ago. But no one has written a review, until now. First of all, it is not an … Continue reading

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Nine Years Ago This Week…

At St. James-on-the-Lines, Penetanguishene Happy together. We found the scale model of ‘our’ church at a local museum, yesterday.  

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