Waheeda Rehman, Bollywood’s beauty


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 workable to create her Grand Trine for her Locomotive Temperament … Continue reading Waheeda Rehman, Bollywood’s beauty

Julian Assange or the man with the Warhol hair.


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 John Podesta, and how did it transmit them? Shortly after … Continue reading Julian Assange or the man with the Warhol hair.

Correcting the Abdul Bahá Chart


                               The Controversy When we put up the original Abdul Bahá chart, one reader noted that since he was born in Persia, their dating system was not Western but Zoroastrian-based.  That means that instead of a midnight to midnight calendar day, theirs went from midday to midday. Upon reflection that makes sense … Continue reading Correcting the Abdul Bahá Chart

#545 The tale of Henri Landru, a modern day Bluebeard


The Fairy Tale: “Bluebeard” (French: Barbe Bleue) is a French folktale, it’s origin is unknown. The most famous version of Bluebeard was written by Charles Perrault and first published by Barbin Press of n 1697 in “Histoires ou contes du temps passé.” You can read the 1895 version  here on Gutenberg. The French fairy tales preced the German Grimm Brothers stories by several centuries. The … Continue reading #545 The tale of Henri Landru, a modern day Bluebeard