Lois Lane and Margot Kidder


USA Today has a good write up on her that should fill in a lot of the missing biography.  She was born at 5:42 PM Yellowknife time.  That is why her Ascendant is in the second house of Taurus -- this is how the Morinus adjusts for the northern lattitudes (see Mrs Fred Trump, the … Continue reading Lois Lane and Margot Kidder

Guillaume Depardieu


I caught the musical biography of Marin Marais, (baptized March 31, 1656, Paris—died Aug. 15, 1728, Paris), the French composer & virtuoso of the viola da gamba (a musical instrument similar to the cello), in the French movie Tous les matins du monde (1991; “All the Mornings of the World” directed by Alain Corneau) where Depardieu fils plays the younger Marais … Continue reading Guillaume Depardieu

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Asteroid Listings by Mark Pottenger


Mark Pottenger is Dr. Zipporah Dobyns's son.  He has for sale an Asteroid program to supplement your main astrology program as none have a full listing themselves.  Serennu.com does provide for free a good account, but to get all that active that day you must pay $69.00 per year.   Pottenger's version is $100.00 for … Continue reading Asteroid Listings by Mark Pottenger

Love him or hate him, Here’s Alex Jones


We know little about Mr. Alexander Emrick Jones, but he sure does have a lot of oppositions. That's actually good in a SPLASH temperament like himself, these people do not work the "angles" they work the confrontations i.e. the people. We have no real time for Mr Jones but we feel that Virgo 11 fits … Continue reading Love him or hate him, Here’s Alex Jones

Really Hazel Birch


This is a chart of a real person whom we shall call Hazel.  Her surname, also fictitious, is because Hazel is a shrub of the birch family.  Our header picture is of a hazel eye. Hazel's birthime is unknown so this is a perspective chart that we rectified with her help. Ms. Birch has a … Continue reading Really Hazel Birch

July 28 2018 Europe/Africa/Australia


See this article concerning the eclipse, the times used in the foregoing charts are from it.  This is the end of the eclipse in London This is the height of the eclipse in Sydney Australia Certain things can be noted in these two charts, foremost is that tensions are running high as a lot of … Continue reading July 28 2018 Europe/Africa/Australia

Zipporah Dobyns, Ph.d. on the future of astrology


In a book by Malcolm Dean, the Astrology Game, he quotes Dr. Dobyns about her belief that astrology will be accepted in her lifetime.  She was wrong there, and when she died in San Diego on June 7, 2003 it still was unaccepted, but she is probably right that we are closer now than a … Continue reading Zipporah Dobyns, Ph.d. on the future of astrology

William Wallace, Scot Freedom Fighter


The header image is from History Unrevealed, August 2018 issue.  His memoriam date is August 23, Julian style, 1305.  Since we did Robert the Bruce we felt it was only right to do him as well, plus the magazine attributes to him a great quote. With modern planets, and a execution time of 12 noon, … Continue reading William Wallace, Scot Freedom Fighter

This week in Olympia, via Stanwood, 7/30-8/4


This week we land in Olympia the Capitol of Washington and 118 miles from where Marc & Priscilla Jones lived -- he loved the state. Our header shot is from an antique photograph of his favorite place rain or shine, Stanwood, Washington. As for our chart, it squeals Vacation.  From the Sun trine Moon where we … Continue reading This week in Olympia, via Stanwood, 7/30-8/4

Ten words of Power by Jones & McClung


This is a compilation of Marc Jones thoughts from his Occult Philosophy beautifully arranged by Elizabeth McClung -- her husband is the creative artist behind the Hyperion Symbols.   Dip your toes into the Ten Words and become introduced to Marc Jones' underpinnings of his astrological mind.  You can buy a copy here. While that particular … Continue reading Ten words of Power by Jones & McClung

This week in & around Philadelphia 7/16-7/21


Last time we were in Philadelphia was a year and half ago for St. Patricks, and while we are not finished with the Big Fifty,  we are going to a conference in Delaware, so we are stopping by for a patriotic visit. Wednesday, July 18 We start off, not in Philadelphia, but nearby Claymont Delaware. … Continue reading This week in & around Philadelphia 7/16-7/21