Tag Archives: United States history

“Regrets? I’ve had a few, but then again…”

Colin Powell (April 5, 1937 – October 18, 2021) As an Astrologer, I am always fascinated that other Astrologers do not put two-and-two together to come up with a rectified time for the birth of an individual. Such is the … Continue reading

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What If All You Believe is Actually Wrong?

Osama bin Laden (March 10, 1957 – May 2, 2011) I don’t normally feature the life and death of a terrorist leader on these posts, but today I’m making an exception. What I’m hoping to do is show how fanaticism … Continue reading

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“‘Scuse Me While I Kiss the Sky”

Jimi Hendrix (November 27, 1942 – September 18, 1970) Have you ever noticed that most Jimi Hendrix photos show him in mid-song? This was a man in constant musical motion. He and his band The Experience were the toast of … Continue reading

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Back-Channels: How One Man’s Folly was Mitigated

Peril (2021) You might think this is just paranoia speaking, but I think, as do the authors of this book, that the world came perilously close to a catastrophe in January of this year. If General Mark Milley hadn’t initiated … Continue reading

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Symbol of American Politics

American Bald Eagle I got this image during today’s afternoon nap. I think it’s informative and enlightening. A bald eagle is a bird of prey, but it usually only hunts fish, like salmon. In order for it to fly, both … Continue reading

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Conspiracy or Just Ineptitude?

Nine-Eleven (Twenty Years Later) I guess it was the shock of witnessing history first-hand that made me consider that 9/11 might have been an inside job. It shouldn’t be a surprise that I have a copy of Jim Marrs’ “Inside … Continue reading

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Two Urban Myths about TV Broadcast Interruptions

“The Whole World’s [not] Watching” August 29, 1968 You had to be there, I guess. And I suspect the starter of this rumour was conflating two separate events, one of which happened the day before in Chicago, and the other … Continue reading

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Thinking about the Day the Music Died

Plane Accident (February 3, 1959) I guess this is the natural progression of thought from yesterday’s post. I wasn’t sure how I was going to approach the subject, but then I decided to focus on the accident chart. This is … Continue reading

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A Meme Caught My Eye and “Fired My Imagination”

Two’s Day (Tuesday, February 22, 2022) The lining up of calendar date digits usually leaves me cold, mainly because there is no year ‘dot’, so whatever comes of looking at the symmetry of the numbers is a nonsense. But this … Continue reading

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The Rapid Evolution of the Charity Record (1984-1985)

Do They Know It’s Christmas? This song was the first in a series of records to raise money for the starving people in Ethiopia, Africa. Until now, I had never considered seeing what that looked like astrologically. Admittedly, this chart … Continue reading

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