About a year ago, we put out a want ad for Billy Bruce. This year, we found him, in London, England, but the year of his birth date is incorrect; it should be 1904 not 1903. Otherwise all the house cusps that Marc Jones mentions in his book The Sabian Symbols fits using his Placidus … Continue reading #143 William Bruce, i.e. Billy Bruce London singer
BACKGROUND While Veep Albert Gore is ballyhooing Global Warming, meteorologist cum astrologer Theodor Landscheidt, believed that after 2000 the world would be cooling based on his research. Fellow astrologer Michael Erlewine was so convinced of Herr Lanscheidt's argument that he dedicated his book on "Sun Storms, Solar Flares" to him. One of the many … Continue reading Theodor Landscheidt, the Eclipse and Harvey
Mary Margaret McBride was born to a Missouri farmers daughter in 1899. Her earliest education was "disorganized" because the family often relocated, but she entered a preparatory academy at the age of six and at 16 entered the University of Missouri. She earned her journalism degree by the age of 19. https://youtu.be/2ZZMY_8PjPg Having reasonable success … Continue reading #615 The First Lady of Radio: Mary Margaret McBride
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
The Titanic sank four hours after its distress call at 2:26 Newfoundland Time on April 15, 1912. Easter had been celebrated aboard the ship a week earlier on April 7th. As depicted in both Titanic movies, the Bandmaster took control of the panic alleviated the dismay with song. He chose fittingly, Hold Me Up in … Continue reading The Titanic Sinks
Biograph: Martha (Sunny) von Bülow, was an American heiress who first married Austrian playboy prince and then to a Danish-born man-about-society who was twice tried on charges of attempting to murder her, died on December 6th, 2008 on a Saturday at a nursing home in Manhattan. Mrs. von Bülow, who was 76, had been in … Continue reading Not so Sunny von Bulow
History: Peter J. McGuire, the general secretary of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners and a cofounder of the American Federation of Labor, was the first person to suggest that special day to honor those "who from rude nature have delved and carved all the grandeur we behold, " sometime between Independence Day and Thanksgiving. … Continue reading Why Labor Day?