Cory Anthony Booker, US Senator from New Jersey

Booker was born on April 27th 1969 at 1:10 AM in Washington D.C. because his parents worked for the Federal division of IBM. He attended Stanford University, where he studied political science (B.A., 1991) and sociology (M.A., 1992). He was then awarded a Rhodes scholarship to the University of Oxford like former president William Jefferson Clinton, where he received a bachelor’s degree in history (1994). … Continue reading Cory Anthony Booker, US Senator from New Jersey

#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

Comey “marries up” with Failor

The header picture is of the couple and their five children; Mrs. Comey is in the middle of the girls donning a yellow jacket.  Standing is James Comey on one side and on the other is his son, Brien Comey. We did an astrological analysis last year, when he was “axed”  by President Trump, see over here for that writeup.   The argument between the two men is … Continue reading Comey “marries up” with Failor

Ursula Le Guin sci fi author extraordaire

Authoress Ursula Kroeber Le Guin has passed. She wrote many popular sci-fiction works like city of Illusions or the Left Hand of Darkness. With her very angular chart there was no doubt that Ms. Le Guin would live a long time — she was 88 when she died on January 22, 2018 in Portland, Oregon. She was married to fellow author Charles Le Guin. Her … Continue reading Ursula Le Guin sci fi author extraordaire

Hygeia: You’ve been served

Hygeia Mythologically  In Greek Mythology, Hygeia is the great-granddaughter of Zeus / Jupiter via the Apollo(n) line.  Her father Aesclepius,  another asteroid, was the Greek god of healing & is often shown with a physician’s staff & a  snake wrapped around. The cock bird was also sacred to Asclepius and sacrificed on his altar.  Chiron, the centaur, was his mentor. Aesclepius had five daughters.  The … Continue reading Hygeia: You’ve been served

Shades of Grey: artist Aubrey Beardsley

Biograph: Aubrey Vincent Beardsley was an Art Nouveau artist who died at the beginning of the 20th century from tuberculosis on the French Riviera. He had gone there to help improve his weak lungs, but it was too little too late, and he died shortly after arriving. He was born August 21, 1878 at 11:22 am in Brighton. He had a younger sister Mabel. Both … Continue reading Shades of Grey: artist Aubrey Beardsley