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They Say There’s that Special Someone for Everyone

Eva Braun (February 6, 1912 – April 30, 1945) 18¬†And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him. Genesis 2:18 (KJV) Strange, isn’t it? God … Continue reading

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Why Some Pets Seem More Like Friends to Us

Susan and Kaiya This might seem outrageous, too, but I swear that astrology plays a big role in how pets and their owners get along. Compare my wife’s birth chart with that of our latest acquisition. Does there not seem … Continue reading

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Does Astrology Work with Our Dogs, Too?

BeBe (May 24, 2008) I have a fairly easy relationship with my dog. She tells me what she wants, and I do it. She’s quietly assertive in other ways, too. When we go for a walk, she leads the way, … Continue reading

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The Man who Wrote The Faerie Queene

Edmund Spenser (d. January 13, 1599) William Blake thought that Edmund Spenser was the precursor of John Milton. I wonder… Since we don’t know exactly when Spenser was born, we can only rely upon his death details. The connections between … Continue reading

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A Symbolic Rose: Gesture of Peace and Reconciliation

Mrs. Green, Reading, May 6, 1987 Years ago, when I was still young enough to be foolish and naive, I went to a medium, Mrs. Green. I thought that the reading was meant for me, alone. But instead, two others … Continue reading

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Yesterday in History I

January 8, 1867 in Washington, D.C. My wife got me a new desk calendar, with daily entries from history. The entry for January 8th caught my attention. African American men got the right to vote in Washington, D.C. So, of … Continue reading

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The Day “Death in Venice” was Conceived

Tadzio Glimpsed on the Venice Beach (May 26, 1911) I could have entitled this: “A Portrait of an Artist as a Young Mann” but that would have been too clever by half. Since I’ve written about Wladyslaw Moes, already, I … Continue reading

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Did Hearst and Davies Return as Epstein and Maxwell?

It’s a funny thing how connections are made. This one comes through a fellow-astrologer blogger who wrote today that Epstein may have been chosen to carry on Hearst’s dirty dealing, in-between lives. Ordinarily, that would have seemed far-fetched, but when … Continue reading

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I Thought that I’d Wait Until Late in the Day:

To Let You Know that I’m Stopping for Awhile, if not Forever I’m feeling tired, rundown, less than ideal these days. Part of it is due to the constant drip, drip, drip of negative news. Our family is fragmented. The … 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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