#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

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#130 Senator Styles Bridges of NH


Henry Styles Bridges was born Sept. 9, 1898 in West Pembroke, Maine about 20 miles from the Canadian border.   He was a graduate of the University of Maine and then Dartmouth College. He was an instructor after college at Sanderson Academy in Ashfield, Massachusetts and then became part of the extension staff of the University … Continue reading #130 Senator Styles Bridges of NH

#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

Candy Clark + The Man who fell to Earth


Candy J. ClarkI  happened to catch this porn-sci fi the other night and I was struck that only two people put in good performances:  Rip Torn and Candy Clark.   I'm not alone in my opinion John Willis' 1974 Film Annual "Screen World" book thought she was one of the more "promising actors" on the horizon  -- … Continue reading Candy Clark + The Man who fell to Earth

Mapping Vivian Maier


Photographer Vivian Maier takes a lot of self-portraits, so much so that it is rather overwhelming while watching the cult movie “Finding Vivian Maier,” by John Maloof and Charlie Siskel. Maloof realized he found something good in 2007 when he bought the contents of Maier’s derelict storage locker at auction (for $380), and discovered 100,000 … Continue reading Mapping Vivian Maier

#313 The birth & death of King Edward VII of England


edward 7th King Edward is a rimmed bowl with the Moon opposite Uranus in Pisces creating the rim.  Pluto was not discovered in his lifetime, but almost 20 years after this death, so we are ignoring it here.  If it was part of the configuration, he would then be a lipped bowl.  His natural disposition … Continue reading #313 The birth & death of King Edward VII of England

Running with a Bowl of Sweet Caroline


Caroline Kennedy, the only surviving child of President Jack Kennedy and his wife Jackie, (both now deceased) is thinking of throwing her hat into the Presidential Ring according to the New York Post. That made us think about looking at her chart. Something about Caroline Caroline Kennedy was 3 years old when she and her … Continue reading Running with a Bowl of Sweet Caroline

The Daily in Steamboat – 11-15-2017


                                                                     Passion in the Tenth I typically do not do the die.  No reason, just don't.  I did today and got 9th … Continue reading The Daily in Steamboat – 11-15-2017

RIP: Donna Cunningham


Astrologer Noel Tyl has announced on his eponymous website, that astrologer Donna Cunningham has reposed. He gave her details on July 5, 1942, at 7:40 in Onawa, Iowa, a town found on the outskirts of Decatur, Iowa north of Omaha, Nebraska.  Mr. Tyl's  data is similar to that on AstroSage. She Ms. Cunningham reposed in Portland Oregon on … Continue reading RIP: Donna Cunningham