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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#347 Sigmund Freud & the Piano Keys


We mentioned previously that Elbert Hubbard was the first horoscope in How to Learn Astrology with a full complement of astrological symbology.  Sigmund Freud is part of the earlier lessons where Marc Jones uses his "piano key" to highlight what the student should focus on.  In a B&W publishing word, the piano keys were a … Continue reading #347 Sigmund Freud & the Piano Keys

The Ninth Circuit’s Judge Stephen Reinhardt


The last Federal judge appointed by President Jimmy Carter, Stephen Roy Reinhardt died March 29, 2018 from a heart attack; he was 86. His chart is not rectified but set for sunrise on March 21, 1931 at Brooklyn New York where he was born to lawyer Samuel Shapiro, and Silvia Handelsman.  His name was changed after his … Continue reading The Ninth Circuit’s Judge Stephen Reinhardt

Kansas City says farewell to Patsy Cline


Since we are in Kansas this week, I noticed, that today is the 55th memorial for the death of Patsy Cline and crew who took off from here on March 3, 1963 on a fatal flight back home to Nashville, Tennessee. The chart below is pogressed from Ms. Cline's rectified natal to approxmiate time at … Continue reading Kansas City says farewell to Patsy Cline

Founding of the NRA


According to ISAR, the National Rifle Association was founded on November 16, 1871 around 10 am in Fairfax VA. This is unrectified as I have yet to confirm any of this but it is interesting if the date and time are true. The chart has all the elements within but the Earth is definitely predominant, … Continue reading Founding of the NRA

Surf’s Up: Bruce Brown and an Endless Summer


Here's an interview with the incredible Bruce Brown from Surfer's Journal. https://youtu.be/lC7cRmZzevI Brown made headlines with his Endless Summer movie that followed surfers around from wave to wave. Between him and the Beach Boys, California became the #1 destination for surfing and his movies romanticized catching a wave until it became a world wide phenomenon. … Continue reading Surf’s Up: Bruce Brown and an Endless Summer

#227 Blithe Spirit: Noel Coward


Playwright Noel Coward is also a See-Saw, and his chart looks more what we are accustomed to seeing:  three opposing planets in the Eighth House against five in the Second.  His chart also is rather reminiscent of Miss McBride's:  both have Cancer at the Midheaven (hers at 22, his at 30) and both have Libra rising (hers at 19 … Continue reading #227 Blithe Spirit: Noel Coward

New to NBC: Megyn Marie Kelly


Download Megyn-Marie-kelly's chart here. Biograph: Megyn Kelly,  previously the Kelly File, on the cable network FoxNews, had a major run in with Presidential candidate Donald Trump.  She was asked if this was "political" and she said No,  we wanted to check if she was right.  She says that her political slant is "independent." She has … Continue reading New to NBC: Megyn Marie Kelly