The joys of holiday lights, whether for Christmas or Hanukkah are brightening everyone's house and dispelling these dark days before the solstice. It brings back memories of one's youth and happier moments but it also helps unify these new days with them or for some, help rectify them. Sappho opposite Bacchus reminds of us the … Continue reading Week of 12/10-16 in Cheyenne Wyoming
We are winding down our 50 state tour. This week is Missouri, next is Wyoming, then Michigan and Arizona and finally New York. Missouri smack in the middle of the continental 50 comes and goes in the news. One writer, MacKinley Kantor, wrote a book on the state's past called "Missouri Bittersweet" that is part … Continue reading This week 12/3-12/9 in Kansas City Missouri
Marc Jones did not use TransNeptunians; he knew of them, reviewed them and felt they had nothing to offer, so he never included them in his oeuvre. He added in some Arabian Parts, but none of them were valid for making aspects: they stood alone. Some of that is problematic with Miss Rehman's chart but … Continue reading Waheeda Rehman, Bollywood’s beauty
Assange is back in the news because Bob Swan Mueller is hell bent on proving something after two years of proving nothing but that Manafort didn’t pay some back taxes. (He has a track record better than the weatherman.) When did Russian intelligence give WikiLeaks the e-mails that it hacked from the Democratic National Committee and … Continue reading Julian Assange or the man with the Warhol hair.
Attached is his chart and the header picture is of Frome, England. Who is he we found no clues except that Astrotheme.org cites Jones. If his map is to be trusted, Herschell was a bright fellow with fine taste. His ascendant at 14 Taurus is the same as Annie Besant's North Node and conjunct the … Continue reading #454 Calling the astrologer Herschell
Mary Astor was in many film hits in the 1930's and early 40's before her alcoholism took its toll, most notably Dodsworth with Walter Huston and then the Maltese Falcon directed by Huston's son, John Houston. In her youth, as shown by the picture above, the raven haired actress was quite a beauty with her … Continue reading #48 Mary Astor +Brigid O’Shaunessey
Recently I was reading a series of essays, “English Romantic Poets: Modern Essays in Criticism” edited by M. H. Abrams in 1960. One writer, I think it was the poet Donald Davie, mentioned how when he was young and first introduced to the Romantics he loved Shelley to the point of memorizing his poems and quoting … Continue reading Poet & Father of Frankenstein – P. B. Shelley