The time, date and place comes from Penny's own autobiography. It's incredible southern (outward) based bowl with only the Moon in the seventh house opposite her Martial ascendant at 19 Scorpio of a "newly formed continent." This symbol suggests the raw substance of existence and suggests that it shapes the ground around her into a … Continue reading Thanks for the laughs: Penny Marshall
Seneca Falls was established as the first convention in the 1890s by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, neither of whom had attended, but the true first event used to anchor the movement was on October 23, 1850 in Worcester, Massachusetts.¹ The Seneca Falls dates of July 18-19th 1848, was adopted to acknowledge … Continue reading 1st Natl Woman Suffrage Convention
Carson City, the capitol of Nevada, is about 30 miles south of Reno. It is a picturesque town filled with slot machines like every town and gas station in the state. This week we have a bucket with an Uranian Handle so look for things to break, change and suddenly pop up that are either … Continue reading This week in Carson City, Nevada 10/10-14/2018
It's unfortunately a small wheel but all the aspects are listed in a tradeoff. The two majors ones today are the Sun square Saturn suggesting that hard won gains won't be giving you the party you desired, but more hard work The second square from the Moon to Pluto in Capricorn also in the tenth, … Continue reading Columbus Day, Washington DC.
Janet Gaynor was just twenty-two when she became the first person to win an Academy Award for Best Actress. Honored for her memorable performances in three dramatic films—Sunrise (1927), Seventh Heaven (1927), and Street Angel (1928)—Gaynor was the only actress ever to earn the Oscar for multiple roles rather than for work in a single … Continue reading #377 Janet Gaynor, first Oscar Best Actress Award Winner
Hindenburg was the son of a Prussian officer of old Prussian Junker stock but his mother was not. He was a cadet at the age of 11, and served in the Austro-Prussian (Seven Weeks’) War of 1866 and in the Franco-German War of 1870–71 that Germany won and General Fochs his WWI adversary lamented. . … Continue reading #459 German Chancellor & Field Marshall Paul von Hindenburg
Field Marshall Ferdinand Foch is credited with the man who ended the War to end all Wars -- World War i in the Allies favour. He was born on October 2, 1851 in Tarbes, France. Tarbes is a commune in the Hautes-Pyrénées department in the Occitanie region of southwestern France and the capital of Bigorre. … Continue reading #344 Field Marshall Ferdinand Foch