We did the chart for Mr. Acosta, a rather lackluster one at that, but it is here. Scalia if he passed Senate confirmation, would be third head of the Department Labor under President Trump as the Democrats successfully assassinate the previous choices (we also did Andy Pudzer the first nominee). Who is Eugene Scalia? Mr. Scalia is of course most notably the son of the … Continue reading DoL? Eugene Scalia
Something about Kamala Suprisingly, Senator Harris trails Veep Biden, perennial candidate Senator Bernie Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren and is often tied with South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the polls. This is the largest Democratic presidential field in modern history, and as a rule it is the strongest fundraiser that wins — right now no one is getting the cash as everyone is … Continue reading Does Kamala Harris have what it takes to win the Dem nomination?
Notre Dame construction Notre Dame is over 850 years old. Originally there stood a Gallo-Roman temple dedicated to Jupiter and two early medieval churches previously rose on the site. Located on a small island called the Ile de la Cite (island in the City) it lies in the middle of the River Seine, a 483 mile (777 kilometres) waterway that runs through Paris into the … Continue reading Notre Dame 3 Fire 1
Rachael, a friend of ours, recently asked us for some career advice. We always rectify our clients; chart and for her came up with 29 Pisces, a prism that takes facets of reality and fashions it into a way to measure her potential. The prism, is a dual edged sword for Rachael as it inverts images so that they are not viewed correctly but instead … Continue reading Our gal Rachael from Guam
Biograph: Donald George “Don” Bradman, AC, the youngest of 5 children, was born at a midwife’s home on 27 August 1908 at what we figure to be around 8pm in the evening in Cootamundra, New South Wales; his family home is now a state museum. . Throughout his career he was “The Don”, and widely acknowledged as the greatest batsman of all time. His career … Continue reading An Aussie Great: Sir Don Bradman
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