I knew of Jay from his radio days in NYC. He was a popular DJ and then next we knew he was on Mork and Mindy as Remo DaVinci. I don’t know how that happened, but he was enjoyable. Jay Thomas, an actor and radio personality whose work on the television series “Murphy Brown” won … Continue reading Actor – DeeJay Jay Thomas
The Following writeup on Marc Edmund Jones is by fellow astrologer Charles A. Jayne from the 1971 Larousse Encylcopaedia of Astrology. You can find Marc's chart here.
Louise Lynn Hay, one of the pioneers of the modern self-care revolution, has passed away today at the age of 90. According to her Facebook page, which broke the news just over an hour ago, she died of natural causes surrounded by her loved ones. Her most popular book was You can Heal yourself. … Continue reading Inspirational Writer & Speaker, Louise Hay has reposed
BACKGROUND While Veep Albert Gore is ballyhooing Global Warming, meteorologist cum astrologer Theodor Landscheidt, believed that after 2000 the world would be cooling based on his research. Fellow astrologer Michael Erlewine was so convinced of Herr Lanscheidt's argument that he dedicated his book on "Sun Storms, Solar Flares" to him. One of the many … Continue reading Theodor Landscheidt, the Eclipse and Harvey
The symbolism for the August 21, 2017 solar eclipse is amazing, powerful , extraordinary, epic or whatever superlative you care to use, as each can apply. I have used 'is' because although the actual eclipse is over, its psychological impact and physical effects are felt for a while -- well until the next eclipse at the Chinese New … Continue reading What an Eclipse! Charlottesville, the Civil War & Hurricane Harvey
This week we visit Providence, Rhode Island -- the only state other than Nevada where prostitution is legal. PROVIDENCE, capital of Rhode Island, U.S.A., it is also the county-seat of Providence county. It is situated at the head of Providence river on the N. arm of Narragansett Bay and at the influx of the Seekonk (or Blackstone), … Continue reading This week in Providence RI – August 28 – Sept 4
The city council had narrowly voted to remove General Lee's statue on the grounds that he was a traitor to the USA, though President Lincoln had said shortly before his assassination he did not want such rancor to occur. But Lincoln could have never known the rallying points that Confederate statues and flags would … Continue reading Humanity on fire: America thru the lens of Neptune