The Daily in Gulfport Louisiana 9-29-17


Because of the active volcano eruptions after the eclipse, we decided to add in the TransNeptunians to the chart. Unfortunately WinStar does not list their name and glyph, just their aspects on the reports. One interesting note is Chiron being right near the Part of Fortune in today’s, the highlighted chart. We think that this … Continue reading The Daily in Gulfport Louisiana 9-29-17

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Cassini says goodbye to the Dark Father


Cassini via JPL sent its last pictures of Saturn onto us this week, and they are real beauties. Cassini has been in space for two decades, and has nearly expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to get to it's target Saturn.  So now at mission-end its  operators are deliberately plunging Cassini … Continue reading Cassini says goodbye to the Dark Father

Fiji Quake Sept 26 2017


The  pattern of extreme weather shows no signs of relenting as two quakes struck Fiji. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says there is little threat of a tsunami after the initial 6.5 magnitude earthquake.  They occurred  at 2.20pm FJST (Fiji Summer Time). The quake, at a depth of 104 km (64 miles), was south of … Continue reading Fiji Quake Sept 26 2017

The Daily 9-26-2017 Oxford MS


Our symbol for Tuesday September 26, 2017 is Aquarius 01 degree or an old adobe mission. Today though we are set in Oxford, a bit north of the capitol and home to Ole Miss University. A cardinal T-Square is occurring in the Locomotive pattern and we find leadership being thrust upon us, perhaps an uncomfortable … Continue reading The Daily 9-26-2017 Oxford MS

Astronomically: the week ahead 9-25-2017 in Jackson MS


This week we are in Mississippi. Since the equinox just happened I'm giving that chart as well from the Jackson location. . In this week's chart note that Saturn and Uranus are in Hideck telling us that uncertainty rules, particularly if this is something that you rely on that is built with new technology. I … Continue reading Astronomically: the week ahead 9-25-2017 in Jackson MS

Fall Equinox 2017 & the Three Months Ahead


The sun entered Libra, Friday, September 22 at 4:01 PM EDT, initiating  the fall equinox and autumn season.  Our chart for the event set at the Capital Building, Washington, D.C.  I have used the popular Placidean format.                                     … Continue reading Fall Equinox 2017 & the Three Months Ahead

The other half, editor William Shawn of the New Yorker


We must make a comment about late editor of "The New Yorker", William Shawn, after he died in his sleep on December 3, 1992. in his apartment on Fifth Avenue and 96th Streets thus making him of the New Yorkers living in rent-controlled pre-War apartments  He and his wife, Cecille had lived there since 1950, … Continue reading The other half, editor William Shawn of the New Yorker

Lillian Ross, The New Yorker Reporter


Lillian Ross, who became known as the consummate fly-on-the-wall reporter in more than six decades at The New Yorker, whether writing about Ernest Hemingway, Hollywood or a busload of Indiana high school seniors on a class trip to New York.   Ms. Ross preached unobtrusive reporting and practiced what she preached. She outlined her credo … Continue reading Lillian Ross, The New Yorker Reporter

Dr Edmond Eger anasthesiologist/scientist


Dr. Edmond I. Eger II, a leader in the development of a now universally used technique to determine the proper dose of anesthetic gas administered in operating rooms — an advance that has saved an untold number of lives — died on Aug. 26 at his home in Tiburon, Calif. He was 86. The cause … Continue reading Dr Edmond Eger anasthesiologist/scientist

Short Stories and Arnold Bennett


I happened to read one Arnold Bennett's short stories, The Idiot. It is available online at FullerReads.com and got interested in the author so I decided to look up his chart. Bennett is a Bundle that just happens to have a Saturn handle making it into a bundle-bucket. The handle is opposite his Midheaven which … Continue reading Short Stories and Arnold Bennett