#758 Eugene Gladstone O’Neill playwright


The Prelude: Eugene O'Neill was a famous American playwright and father in law to Charlie Chaplin via the latter's last wife Oona O'Neill. His father was a famous stage actor, James O'Neill, who met his mother, Mary Ellen (Ella) Quinlan, while travelling on tour through Ohio, though they had resettled there from New London, Connecticut … Continue reading #758 Eugene Gladstone O’Neill playwright

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#3 Georgie Freedom Abrams


George Abrams was born on the first Freedom Day -- 11-11-18- in Roanoke VA t 11 am to an orthodox Jewish family. he nearly became middleweight champion of the world but lost to Tony Zale. He was inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota New York, 2005, a trip we heartily recommend for … Continue reading #3 Georgie Freedom Abrams

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

Fashionable Grace Mugabe


inc Mrs. Mugabe has a lot of fire and earth in chart, making her hot tempered and appearance conscious, but as they are all in her twelfth house, that may not be such a good thing when her 93 year old husband, President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, reposes, particularly as Pluto is opposite Saturn in … Continue reading Fashionable Grace Mugabe

#32 The prettier half – May Allison


Marc Jones in his list of nativities, places Miss May Allison #32.  The data he gives is Riding Farm, Georgia  June 14, 1897 at 11.29 am.  Checking that we discovered that the real data should be Rising Fawn, Georgia June 14, 1890.  She died March 27, 1989 at Bratenahl, Ohio -- her second husband's hometown … Continue reading #32 The prettier half – May Allison

Viktor Frankl the last great philosopher psychiatrist


Dr. Viktor E. Frankl of Vienna, Psychiatrist of the Search for Meaning, Dies at 92 By HOLCOMB B. NOBLE Published: September 4, 1997 Viktor E. Frankl, sed his experiences as a prisoner in German concentration camps in World War II to write ''Man's Search for Meaning,'' died at 92.  He was considered to be one … Continue reading Viktor Frankl the last great philosopher psychiatrist

The Reverend Billy Graham


During his last “crusade,” held in New York City in 2005, Billy Graham, America’s great pastor-evangelist, declared: “I have one message: that Jesus Christ came, he died on a cross, he rose again, and he asked us to repent of our sins and receive Christ by faith as Lord and Savior, and if we do … Continue reading The Reverend Billy Graham