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

#66 Actress Wendy Barrie was a relation


She was born Margeurite Wendy Jenkins in Hong Kong on April 18, 1912 to an Irish barrister and his wife, Sophia, who had been actress in Yiddish vaudeville. When she decided to follow her mother footsteps on the British stage, she adopted the name Wendy Barrie in homage of her godfather, J. M. Barrie, the author of Peter Pan. Despite the connection, she is not … Continue reading #66 Actress Wendy Barrie was a relation

The Virginia Beach attack


The Virginia Beach gunman appeared to target supervisors in his department in the early moments of a shooting spree that left 12 people dead on Friday, according to a survivor of the attack and a city councilman. Authorities in Virginia Beach say they are still working to determine what motivated DeWayne Craddock to bring two handguns into his municipal office last week and begin shooting. … Continue reading The Virginia Beach attack

Claus von Bulow has reposed


Claus von Bulow, left, with attorney Thomas Puccio at a press conference in the New York law offices of Strook & Strook & Lavan in a June 11, 1985, photo. PHOTO: MARTY LEDERHANDLER/ASSOCIATED PRESS The von Bulow obit May 25, 2019 dateline LONDON—Danish-born socialite Claus von Bulow, who was convicted but later acquitted of trying to kill his wealthy wife in two trials that drew … Continue reading Claus von Bulow has reposed

Remembering Herschel Grynspan


I read book review “A pawn in a deadly game” by Colin Greenwood in the UK Spectator issue 2 Feb 2019, a while ago and remembered it for today, the first day of Passover in the Jewish calendar. Greenwood was reviewing “Hilter’s Scapegoat: The boy Assassin and the Holocaust” written by Stephen Koch published by Ambereley Press. It’s an interesting tale. PRELUDE On 7 November … Continue reading Remembering Herschel Grynspan

France’s Secret Bluebeard: Henri Landru


This update on #545 — The tale of a modern Bluebeard — and is from the UK Spectator, December 8, 2018 edition. The book review by Zoe Apostides “Vanished without a Trace” comments that the Landru trial was France’s response to the English Jack the Ripper, except the London police never apprehended Jack.  Richard Tomlinson the author of Landru’s Secret, documents Landru’s journey from penning … Continue reading France’s Secret Bluebeard: Henri Landru

Bicycling Julius “Nicky” Arnstein


He was born Julius Wilford Arndstein in Norway on July 1, 1879, the son of a German Jew named Moses Arndstein and his Dutch wife, Thekla Van Shaw¹.   They came to the United States when he was an infant and received a good education and worked as a contractor for a time. But Nick was like French Charlie; he quickly became bored. Only certain women … Continue reading Bicycling Julius “Nicky” Arnstein

Child Murderer Albert Vincent Dyer, did he do it?


This is the data from Elbert Zain’s book. He felt strongly that Dyer did it. Maybe but we felt that the time was off and rectified it to 8:30 that morning and got this. Dyer has a fixed trine in his chart and mutable cosmic cross. If you look at the aspectarian below you will notice he has few squares making this a weak chart. … Continue reading Child Murderer Albert Vincent Dyer, did he do it?