Update on Charlottesville Driver

When the Charlottesville riot occured, our mundane astrologer, Eugene Johnson, wrote about it here. Finally there is a verdict in the case of Virginia vs James Alex Fields Jr. Charlottesville Attack Driver James Fields Sentenced to Life in Prison Prosecutors called 2017 attack an act of domestic terrorism James Alex Fields Jr. accelerated his car into a crowd of counter protesters in Charlottesville, Va., in … Continue reading Update on Charlottesville Driver

Dr. Jones at the Wilmington Sabian Assembly!

John Dewey High School from the Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy, ed. D.C. Phillips. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage 2014. Vol. 2. Pp. 455-458. The University of Chicago Laboratory School is one of the most distinguished pioneer schools of the progressive education movement. This entry discusses the history of the school, its purpose, and its teaching philosophy and methods.  Founded in November 1894 by John … Continue reading Dr. Jones at the Wilmington Sabian Assembly!

Marc Jones’s “Daylight” at the Empress

This press clipping comes from the Huntington, Indiana Herald Newspaper on November 11, 1914. It is rather ironic that the newspaper has the same name as the Huntington Motion Picture, Co. that released the silent. It is possible is that both were owned by the same company — it was legal at that time — but I could find little to support that notion. Continue reading Marc Jones’s “Daylight” at the Empress

Marc Jones’s “The Cowardly Way” at the Palace Theatre

Marc E. Jones’s “The Cowardly Way” was highlighted on page 9 of the Richmond Washington Palladium Newspaper. It was playing at the local Palace Theatre. Richmond is now a suburb of the Seattle-Redmond-Kirkland metropolis. We noticed that the film-wright got notable mention but not the director. We think that shows his pull for silent film goers. Richmond is 265 miles away from where Marc and … Continue reading Marc Jones’s “The Cowardly Way” at the Palace Theatre

Today’s Draconic Chart by the Reverend Pamela Crane

Reverend Pamela Crane came up back in 1987 the Draconic System. A lot of advanced software uses it like Kepler and Solar Fire. Matrix WinStar does not but it is supposed to be an introductory charting system for $69.00 USD. I started with WinStar and it does many things well but the calculation of the zodiac is off because it is “rounded.” I found that … Continue reading Today’s Draconic Chart by the Reverend Pamela Crane