Astrologer: Liz Greene


from A short unauthorized bio of Liz Greene September, 1946, Elizabeth Leigh (her maiden name) is born in New Jersey. September, 1951, Elizabeth Leigh turns five years old. September, 1952, under New Jersey law at the time, Elizabeth Leigh is of kindergarten age. Circa June, 1965, Elizabeth Leigh  graduates from high school, presumably in New Jersey. Age 19: (i.e., September 1965 – August 1966, or thereabouts) … Continue reading Astrologer: Liz Greene

#123 Claude Bragdon, Architect


Claude Fayette Bragdon (1866-1946) was an architect, artist, writer, philosopher, and stage designer. He was a dedicated Theosophist and occultist.  He is a Splash temperament type; notice that all but three houses have a planet contained — the eighth, the third and the sixth.  The eighth is odd because of the deaths of his two wives, but Bragdon via the occult kept in telepathic contact … Continue reading #123 Claude Bragdon, Architect

Alan Leo’s optometrist


Alan Leo writes up this optometrist in his magazine, noting that the preponderance of  Aries, Taurus and Gemini planets highlight the head and throat area of person with Neptune the closest to the Midheaven noting accuracy &   Mars nearby highlight surgery. His major opposition is  Mercury to the Moon and a translation of light to Saturn and trine to the Arian Venus, thus reinforcing the … Continue reading Alan Leo’s optometrist

#101 Dr. Alexis Carrel & the Dakin Solution


Before Dr. Alexander Fleming invented penicillin, Dr. Carrel developed the Dakin Solution, a type of hypochlorite solution made from bleach that is diluted and then treated to decrease skin irritation. Chlorine, the active ingredient in Dakin’s solution, is a potent antiseptic that kills most forms of bacteria and viruses. This simple solution saved many men in World War I and is still used when people … Continue reading #101 Dr. Alexis Carrel & the Dakin Solution

#752 Diva Adelina Patti


In the second half of the 19th century Adelina Patti was probably the best operatic soprano of the day. She was peerless. Audiences flocked to see and hear her from St. Petersburg to San Francisco. Internationally famous authors eulogized her; critics renowned for their severity were unstinting in her praises. Even other prima donnas, a breed unknown for their generosity to rivals, acknowledged her supremacy. … Continue reading #752 Diva Adelina Patti

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 her 75th Birthday.  Our sympathies to her friends and family … Continue reading RIP: Donna Cunningham