#220 Jackie Coogan aka The Kid is Uncle Fester


John Leslie Coogan (October 26, 1914 – March 1, 1984) was an American actor and comedian who began his movie career as a child actor in Charlie Chaplin’s film classic The Kid (1921).  This made him one of the first child stars in film history.         Later on he sued his mother and stepfather over his squandered film earnings and provoked California … Continue reading #220 Jackie Coogan aka The Kid is Uncle Fester

Al Franken is a big fat slob


The Franken chart is unrectified but as shown on the public sites. It works for me and it seems, him too.                                                                        from Humble Beginnings Alan Stuart Franken  was born on May 21, 1951 in Brooklyn, New York. His father Joseph Franken, was a printing salesman of German Jewish background while his mother Phoebe Franken (nee Kunst), a real estate agent, from Russian Jewish extraction. … Continue reading Al Franken is a big fat slob

The Daily in Minot – November 26, 2017


We have moved west of Bismarck right on the Montana border for our final stop in Minot North Dakota; our featured image is of Minot circa 1940. Four hundred and twenty-fives miles below are the Badlands, the Great Northern Bank is safe. We maintain our Bowl planetary pattern with a rim opposition & grand cross with Pluto in the sea goat (Capricorn 18) opposite intense … Continue reading The Daily in Minot – November 26, 2017

#347 Henry Ford, making America great


Biography of an Industrialist Britannica vers. 11 is typically first-rate, giving more incisive information than the online watered down version, but sometimes, as in the industrialist Henry Ford, they leave you wanting, wondering how they ignored him as he was reaching his height when they started the edition in 1908. Instead for a brief biography, we turned elsewhere using the New York Times, book review for … Continue reading #347 Henry Ford, making America great

Spring Equinox, March 20, 2017


                                                                Spring 2017 has Sprung Each spring on March 20 or 21 the Sun moves (ingresses) into the sign Aries, this is the Vernal Equinox.  The above wheel is the chart for this event set at Washington, D.C.   Vernal Equinox charts set for the capitals of countries are a valuable tools that have been  used by astrologers for many ages  to evaluate the coming … Continue reading Spring Equinox, March 20, 2017