Mundane Charts have moved? Maybe, Maybe not


Driving to the new site Ric Ocasek of the Cars died and we have been playing his songs all day since we heard the news. Our header shot is of his beautiful wife, Paulina Porizkova who found he had fallen asleep after a recent surgery. Speaking of Drive, the Mundane charts , those dailies & natural hazard reports, are now on Google Blogger as WordPress … Continue reading Mundane Charts have moved? Maybe, Maybe not

Soon the Titanic will be no more, Extremeophiles are eating it away


Titanic, a steel made ship, is slowly being eaten away by the microbe called a rusticle because it is eats steel and not the wood. This microbe,  D. radiodurans , was thought to be from Mars and in the Guinness World Book of Records, is listed as “the world’s toughest bacterium.” It is classified as an extremophile, a living thing capable of surviving and thriving in conditions too … Continue reading Soon the Titanic will be no more, Extremeophiles are eating it away

Pres. Roosevelt ends Russo-Japanese War 9-5-1905


The Russian-Japanese war ended with a treaty brokered by Pres. Theodore Roosevelt on September 5, 1905. The war itself was rather short, lasting from 1904 to 1905. It started when Japan acquired the Laodong Peninsula from China in their fracas, but European powers forced Japan to return it. China then leased it to Russia who was interested because it is an ice-free port, which they … Continue reading Pres. Roosevelt ends Russo-Japanese War 9-5-1905

Dec 2 2016 Ghost Ship Fire, SF


The trial against the two men charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection to the deadly 2016 “Ghost Ship” warehouse fire in Oakland, California ended Thursday with a mistrial for one of the defendants and a full acquittal for the other. Derick Almena and Max Harris both faced 39 years if found guilty of the 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter; however, Harris was acquitted on all 36 counts, while a … Continue reading Dec 2 2016 Ghost Ship Fire, SF

Marc Jones does Hawaii


While Marc & Priscilla Jones traveled all over the continental United States, they did not go to either Alaska or Hawaii. Nevertheless, his works and fame were notable worldwide as shown in the article at the Conference in Honolulu that Doris Greaves of Australia and Jim Gross of the American Federation of Astrologers held. Her obit and chart is on the Australian Astrologers Memorial site, … Continue reading Marc Jones does Hawaii

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

Update: Julian Assange arrested: Transit Charts for Arrest and Court dates


  After seven years holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, Julian Assange was arrested by U.K. authorities on Thursday, on charges of failing to surrender to the courts and also on a U.S. extradition warrant. Footage of the arrest was dramatic:  a struggling white haired man dragged bodily into a police van shouting about the unlawfulness of  his arrest against a rather grey … Continue reading Update: Julian Assange arrested: Transit Charts for Arrest and Court dates

#576 John L. Lewis’s House on Fire


This post is an update to #576 the John L. Lewis nativity.  Here we will be checking our rectification against a known mundane event. From the Sunday Wilkes Barre Gazette on June 4, 1949 the article is about a firebug trying to set John L. Lewis’s home on fire. Since the Lewis family was out to dinner, I picked 8 PM as that was a … Continue reading #576 John L. Lewis’s House on Fire

Discovery of Jamaica May 1494


Christopher Columbus discovered Jamaica on May 5, 1494. The ascendant of 06 Cancer for this 9 am find is a “dark archway with ten logs” highlighting what would become a history of great potential undermined by bondage and fear. Venus opposes Neptune, out of quadrature no less, highlighting the beauty of the Caribbean island , the idyllic environment but a shady morality –hints of the … Continue reading Discovery of Jamaica May 1494

The Honduras Caravan


On October 13, a group of hundreds of people gathered  to flee their native  Honduras in a caravan headed toward the United States. That caravan quickly swelled to approximately 7,000 Central American immigrants as it passed north through Guatemala. President Donald Trump has called the approaching group a “national emergency,” vowed to cut tens of millions of dollars in aid to three Central American countries, … Continue reading The Honduras Caravan