#520 Stalin Prize Winner: Rockwell Kent


Rockwell Kent was born in Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York the same year as  fellow artist, Edward Hopper.  The Tappan Zee Bridge now separates the two counties, back then it was a ferry service.  Their art, unsurprisingly, is quite similar, desolate landscapes with few people and the two took similar methods, if only by their … Continue reading #520 Stalin Prize Winner: Rockwell Kent

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Almost Saint: George Sanders


George Sanders was born on July 3, 1906 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.  He was twelve years old when the Russian Revolution came around, and his family fled to England supporting his Moon inconjunct his Sun suggesting "sudden home upsets."  His parents were Henry Peter  Sanders (1868–1960), and Margarethe Sanders (née Kolbe; 1883–1967) both also born in the city.  … Continue reading Almost Saint: George Sanders

#118 The IT Girl, Clara Bow


Clara Bow was born in Brooklyn, New York City on July 29, 1905 to Robert and Sarah (nee Gordon)  Bow.   She was the third child born to them, at her uncle's, a Methodist minister, house at 697 Bergen Street; their  first two girls, Alene and Emily, dying shortly after birth.  The parents expected the same … Continue reading #118 The IT Girl, Clara Bow

Lillian Ross, The New Yorker Reporter


Lillian Ross, who became known as the consummate fly-on-the-wall reporter in more than six decades at The New Yorker, whether writing about Ernest Hemingway, Hollywood or a busload of Indiana high school seniors on a class trip to New York.   Ms. Ross preached unobtrusive reporting and practiced what she preached. She outlined her credo … Continue reading Lillian Ross, The New Yorker Reporter

The Star Center: Jim McDaniels


James Ronald McDaniels was born in Scottsville, Kentucky, on April 2, 1948, to James McDaniels and his wife, Sendy Binom McDaniels. His stepfather, Dickie Stovall, helped raise him. We feel a bit better rectifying Jim McDaniels' chart because we are more familiar with his physical presence and personality than we were of Walter Becker's. and … Continue reading The Star Center: Jim McDaniels

#576 God Bless America & John L. Lewis


Wheelbarrow Splay.  The two handles are the Uranus-Mars conjunction in the First House, a personal militancy towards all "others" while the other hand is the Saturn in the third -- his strong allegiance to the Brotherhood of Miners. An interesting note is his North Node in the Ninth House of Political Philosophy is exact the … Continue reading #576 God Bless America & John L. Lewis

Trump at 20 Leo: Zuni Sun Worshippers


Hello. My name is Joel Anthony aka Mo Saladin, and I am a political science student and have been working with the Sabian Earth group since inception. I received my astrological chops from Mrs. Ruth Gerry, who was Marc Edmunds right-hand woman and founder of the Astrological Society of Connecticut. She was a non-pareil and … Continue reading Trump at 20 Leo: Zuni Sun Worshippers