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A Princess, Indeed

Carrie Fisher (1956 – 2016) All right, now: every single member of my family (including the extended parts) loved Carrie Fisher, especially as Princess Leia in Star Wars. So when she died at age 60, they were heartbroken. As I … Continue reading

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Judy: Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance?

No: Gotta Eat, Gotta Sleep We saw this movie yesterday. I wasn’t sure what to expect, having not read or seen any advance publicity. So, I think it was a bit disappointing to have it focus on the London “Talk … Continue reading

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Tarot of the New Vision: My Card

I won’t deny that I totally identify with this Tarot card. (You may have noticed that my online identity is cdsmiller17.) The digits added together equal 8, the upright version of the Infinity symbol. The card also represents Aquarius, my … Continue reading

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A Phoenix, Risen?

Meet Dr. Marilyn Norma Monroe The concept of reincarnation is a tough one for most people. Whenever anyone undergoes past life regression, they take on the persona of a famous person. But what if you are convinced you were that … Continue reading

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A Candle, Extinguished

Marilyn Monroe Found Dead at Age 36 It’s the headline that kicked off a firestorm. From the very first day, the pills were blamed. Ordinarily, speculation like this would need at least a hint from the LAPD. So it seems … Continue reading

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A Candle in the Wind

Marilyn Monroe: A Reflection It has taken me a long time to get around to this person’s life and death. I was 12 years old when she died, and I was heartbroken. Even now, I feel pangs of remorse for … Continue reading

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Kenneth Branagh is the New Olivier

One Face, Many Roles I caught the last few minutes of Thor the other night on TV and was startled to see that the director of the movie was Kenneth Branagh. I wasn’t startled that he was the director, just … Continue reading

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