#48 Mary Astor +Brigid O’Shaunessey


Mary Astor was in many film hits in the 1930’s and early 40’s before her alcoholism took its toll, most notably Dodsworth with Walter Huston and then the Maltese Falcon directed by Huston’s son, John Houston.  In her youth, as shown by the picture above, the raven haired actress was quite a beauty with her long locks against her porcelain skin thanks to her Irish-Portguese … Continue reading #48 Mary Astor +Brigid O’Shaunessey

Divining Congresswoman Frederica Wilson


Our header picture is Congresswoman Frederica Wilson with President Barack Obama.  She represents Florida’s 24th Congressional District since 2009.  Recently she has been in the news over flak between her Republican Donald J. Trump over his phone calls to the families of  fallen American soldiers from a Nigerian skirmish.  There is no time for Mrs. Wilson but we are advocating this chart based on the … Continue reading Divining Congresswoman Frederica Wilson

Musician, Soapy Actor Richard Hatch


Our featured shot of actor Richard Lawrence Hatch  born on May 21,. 1945 in Santa Monica California. He has one brother, John.  Nothing else is known about his family.  He was the original Philip Brown c. 1970 when the pic was taken, for the now defunct soap All my Children. After that debut, Richard made guest appearances on The Rookies, Hawaii Five-0, and The Waltons. In 1976 … Continue reading Musician, Soapy Actor Richard Hatch

#156 Arabian Nites: Ruffian Dick


Sir Richard Francis Burton is renown for the being the first European to penetrate Arabian culture in the 19th century so thoroughly that he was able to write sixteen volumes of their stories and folktales in The Arabian Nights. His books are here on Gutenberg.org. Click here to download sir-Richard-burton’s chart Dr. Marc Edmund Jones was also enthralled by Burton’s writings and condensed them for his … Continue reading #156 Arabian Nites: Ruffian Dick

Crowley’s Congenital Idiot


Astrologer Evangeline Adams has this as her  first chart in her 1927 book, “A Place in the Stars.”  Aleister Crowley who helped edit the book  also has it in his Compleat Works.    It is for an unknown woman whom they give the epithet, “Congenital Idiot” i.e. someone who was born with developmental but not necessarily a hereditary disease. We rectifed this chart from an … Continue reading Crowley’s Congenital Idiot