On the air with Dan Ingram at WABC


“You talk for 10 seconds, the music plays, you’ve got nothing to do.” Here's an unrectified chart for Dan Ingram, a popular deejay in New York City.  The obit is from the New York Times but I must admit for a deejay a lot of planets in the twelfth does make sense.  Also, transpluto on … Continue reading On the air with Dan Ingram at WABC

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Another Mars Bucket — Kate Spade


Like Sigmund Freud that we just highlighted, the late Kate Spade also has a Martial handle to her larger bucket.  Hers falls on the seventh house cusp highlighting how her partnership with her husband Andrew Spade, really brought her inspiration and drove her workaholic self into high gear.  It is partile to her mid-heaven so … Continue reading Another Mars Bucket — Kate Spade

Flying with the Eagles – Nick Foles


Our header image is of Nick and his wife Tori (Moore) Foles.  They are a tall couple:  he is 6'6" and she is 5'10".  They have a daughter, Lily James Foles, born June 2017.                                Composite Nick and Tom This first chart is Foles and Brady composite chart, that connects the midpoint of two people … Continue reading Flying with the Eagles – Nick Foles

Lucy Maud Montgomery of Canada


Montgomery’s ancestors were among the wealthy and educated immigrants who came to the Island of Saint John (now Prince Edward Island) from Scotland in the 1770s. Her maternal great-grandfather, William Simpson Macneill, was a member of the provincial legislature from 1814 to 1838, and Speaker of the House of Assembly. Her paternal grandfather, Donald Montgomery, served in the provincial … Continue reading Lucy Maud Montgomery of Canada

Batting Average 1.00 – George Abrams


George Allen Abrams was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played for one season. He pitched in three games for the Cincinnati Reds in the 1923 Cincinnati Reds season. A single in his only at-bat left Abrams with a rare MLB career batting average of 1.000. He was picked up by the Reds when he … Continue reading Batting Average 1.00 – George Abrams