#180 Paul Foster Case


Paul Foster Case was born on October 3, 1884 in Fairport, New York a small town outside of Rochester.  His mother was a teacher, and his father ead librarian of the town library. He learned to read earlier than most because of his mother, and exhibited exceptional musical talent. He began training in piano and … Continue reading #180 Paul Foster Case

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Myra Kingsley on Astrology


This blurb comes from a newspaper in 1978 that excerpted Kingsley's quote on astrology.  It says, that astrology is a "learned superstition, which up to moderns times has exercised over Europe and Asia, a wider dominion than any religion has ever achieved."  I found that to be an odd quote from a woman who made … Continue reading Myra Kingsley on Astrology

#529 Dr. Franziska Lash – Rosicrucian Astrologer


Marc Jones says she is a German born astrologer, but after a lot of searches we found Dr. Lash as a contemporary of Danish-born Max Heindel and his Rosicrucian group.   She continued his work in Medical Astrology after he died in 1919, that we surmise, was from the Spanish flu epidemic,  most who were middle … Continue reading #529 Dr. Franziska Lash – Rosicrucian Astrologer

#95 Annie Besant


“An imperious necessity forces me to speak the truth, as I see it, whether the speech please or displease, whether it bring praise or blame. That one loyalty to Truth I must keep stainless, whatever friendships fail me or human ties be broken.” – Annie Besant, An Autobiography Chapter XIV. Annie Besant eat no meat and drank … Continue reading #95 Annie Besant

#524 Myra Kingsley the No. 1 Astrologer


American astrologer described as "the No. 1 astrologer of the U.S." in an article in LIFE magazine ("Hollywood Likes Myra Kingsley's Horoscopes," 7 August 1939), it appears in full below. She wrote "Outrageous Fortune: How I Practice Astrology" (Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1951). Miss Kingsley died on November 20, 1996 aged 99.   Myra was … Continue reading #524 Myra Kingsley the No. 1 Astrologer

#105 Jennie Elmina Bollenbacher


Mrs. Bollenbacher was born Jennie Elmina Whitcomb on September 7, 1864 at 6:40 PM in Peoria, Illinois.   She was an American professional astrologer  specializing in health and child guidance &  got interested in astrology in 1914 with the advent of World War I. Jennie served as President of the Columbus Theosophical Society in 1939, … Continue reading #105 Jennie Elmina Bollenbacher

Chimeric George Parker


George Parker was a British astrologer who published an ephemeris, including heliocentric positions with his partner, Dr. John Partridge. from Parker's Tutor²:   a Sun in Leo gives a large voice, broad face and a mark on the aspect.  An honourable character, faithful to his friend and just in his promises.  He takes pleasure in Warfare … Continue reading Chimeric George Parker

This week in Wheeling WV – 8/13-8/19


Our header picture is of Bill and Diana Roche, the latter whom passed the previous week.  Next week we hit the Empire State. This may have been a rough week for many, with the after effects of the Blood Eclipse, highlighting many a fatality.  Even deaths that were expected from old age or illness, are … Continue reading This week in Wheeling WV – 8/13-8/19

Ten words of Power by Jones & McClung


This is a compilation of Marc Jones thoughts from his Occult Philosophy beautifully arranged by Elizabeth McClung -- her husband is the creative artist behind the Hyperion Symbols.   Dip your toes into the Ten Words and become introduced to Marc Jones' underpinnings of his astrological mind.  You can buy a copy here. While that particular … Continue reading Ten words of Power by Jones & McClung

Scott Cunningham, Earthless Wiccan


Scott Cunningham the Wiccan writer who died of AIDS over twenty years ago (March 28 1993) , is a great example of how a missing element dominates a chart.  Cunningham has no planets in earth, and has an air trine that dominates his Splash temperament type, but his closest square to the trine planets is … Continue reading Scott Cunningham, Earthless Wiccan