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It’s a Hard Taskmaster, But Necessary for Our Growth

Saturn in the Birth Chart I was reminded by a YouTube video by Ellie Adams, yesterday, that mental health and other healings need a prompt from one’s birth chart. In the early 1990’s, I used to ask my clients for … Continue reading

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In Dreams, a Lychee is Not a Lychee; It’s…

Stephen Lecce (November 26, 1986) My mind is playing pun tricks on me again, mainly because I’m not particularly interested in looking at a minor politician in the Ontario Parliament. But the Universe must have a different purpose, here. So, … Continue reading

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Is There a Direct Link Between Four World Religions?

From Buddha, through Jesus and Muhammad, to Baha’u’llah Ever since I started charting historical personages, astrologically, I’ve had a nagging thought about the connections of the most familiar leaders/originators of four of the world’s religions. But before I show you … Continue reading

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Sometimes, a Hunch is More than a Hunch

Is Rupert Spira the Second Coming of Jesus Christ? This is going to sound weird, but it was that little *ping* that went off when I saw that Rupert Spira’s Uranus was @ 17° Leo 40′. A-ha. It’s exactly opposite … Continue reading

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Could He have been a Precursor to Jesus?

Buddha (April 8, 563 BCE – 483 BCE) This post is going to seem totally speculative. Is it possible to raise a birth chart for the Buddha? Well, yes, if you can trust the traditional birth date as stated on … Continue reading

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It’s Been Almost Nine Months Since He Died Suddenly

Raymond Pierre Hebert (December 31, 1940 – August 3, 2020) We were best frenemies, in the nicest possible way. Our Faith & Science group exchanges were legendary. He would always start out his discussions with me by saying, “I agree … Continue reading

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