Tracking down Pallas


Pallas is the name given to the second asteroid discovered,  by German astronomer Heinrich  Olbers. He named the asteroid after himself, Pallas from Greek Mythology the patron goddess of Athens Greece, and our header image though from a shot in Vienna, Austria.  He was upset that Piazzi had beaten him in the race to find … Continue reading Tracking down Pallas

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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

#278 Eau de Dietrich


Our featured photo is of her and Cesare Romano in "The Devil is a Woman" directed by Josef von Sternberg. It was her favorite film because it made her look "beautiful."  You can watch it here and see if you agree. Marlene Dietrich, a German femme fatale, is also a mutable hourglass. Like Joseph Haydn, … Continue reading #278 Eau de Dietrich

Ian Brady – child murderer


Ian Brady, Britain's child murderer and rapist, died on Monday.  Michel Gauquelin has his birth data, so we decided to view it  The chart has some asteroids, from WinStar Express, has Kepler does not depicts them at all except on a print out; I prefer Solar Fire's integrated approach, but SF has a lot of … Continue reading Ian Brady – child murderer

Hotelier Conrad Hilton


Biograph When Conrad N. Hilton died in Santa Monica, Calif he  was 91 years old & one of the world's leading hotel men.  His rise, by most business accounts,  was due less to his skill as an operational hotelier, as in the case of the late Cesar Ritz, than financial prowess.  He was a master of finance and … Continue reading Hotelier Conrad Hilton

Why Labor Day?


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?

Crowley’s Congenital Idiot


  Astrologer Evangeline Adams has this as her  first chart in the 1927 book, A Place in the Stars."  Aleister Crowley who helped her write the book at the end of her long life, also has it in his Compleat Works.    It is for an unknown woman whom they give the epithet, "Congenital Idiot" … Continue reading Crowley’s Congenital Idiot