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Is He the Illegitimate Next-in-Line to the British Throne?

Simon Dorante-Day (April 5, 1966) It’s a little bit funny, isn’t it? Charles becomes King and rumours start to swirl about this individual, almost instantly, and yet he’s been saying the same thing for at least six years, without any … Continue reading

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“Time, Times and Half-a-Time” (Daniel 12:12)

Logan Smith Predictions on Twitter I suppose it would not be too difficult to ‘fake’ a prediction if you know how. There is a lot of speculation as to the fact of Logan Smith predicting the Queen’s death on September … Continue reading

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The Moment the Prince of Wales Became…

King Charles III Like his mother before him, Charles’ role in the Royal Family changed when his parent died. And, except for his Saturn being conjunct her ‘fatal’ Venus, there seems to be no obvious connection. Oh, I forgot that … Continue reading

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For Most People, Her Death is a First…

Elizabeth II (April 21, 1926 – September 8, 2022) The Queen is dead. This is the end of a Royal Life well lived. RIP, Your Majesty.

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Yesterday in History XIV

The Wars of the Roses (May 22, 1455) Two arms of the Plantagenet family duke it out for control of the English crown. On this day in 1455: The Wars of the Roses begin with the First Battle of St. … Continue reading

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The Red Queen? Or Just a Victim of 16th c “Fake News”?

Mary Queen of Scots (2018) Susan bought me a book for our 12th wedding anniversary. Any guesses? Too easy, eh? We watched this film a year or so ago. Now I’m reading the book that the film was based on. … Continue reading

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Seventy Years Ago, Today, She Became…

Queen Elizabeth II On this day in 1952, Elizabeth II became queen of the United Kingdom upon the death of her father, George VI. It’s a sad fact that one cannot ascend the throne unless one’s reigning parent dies. (Ask … Continue reading

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Was Rommel “The Swan King” in a Past Life?

Ludwig II of Bavaria (August 25, 1845 – June 13, 1886) A fellow astrologer-blogger has linked the life of this King to Erwin Rommel. Does his hypothesis hold up to astrological scrutiny? As you might expect the birth chart of … Continue reading

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It was the Best Day of Her Life

The Wedding of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson (July 23, 1986) You might think that a royal wedding is the fairy tale ending for all young women. Well, judging by the photos of Charles and Diana, Andrew and Sarah, Harry … Continue reading

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How the Other Royal Wife was Discarded

Sarah, Duchess of York This could have been called a tale of two sisters-in-law. Sarah (Andrew’s wife) and Diana (Charles’ wife). They both were divorced, but only one lost her royal status. I wonder why (although it’s probably because Dodi … Continue reading

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