Jupiter and the South-North Korean Conflict


Some astrologers think that Jupiter is the ruling planet for America because of its Sagittarian ascendant.  Of course there are lots of debate on that, but many others use Jupiter because of its 12 year cycle that is not too short, like Mars, and not too long, like Saturn, but right in the middle.  We … Continue reading Jupiter and the South-North Korean Conflict

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Astrologer Ruth Gerry


Ruth Gerry was a spectacular astrologer. She born on September 17, 1900 in Boston, Massachusetts and was descended from the original Mayflower party in 1622.  She married Edward Gerry who was head of the Willimantic Orchestra and a talented composer; they had no children. Before she met Marc Edmund Jones of the Sabian Assembly, she … Continue reading Astrologer Ruth Gerry

#123 Claude Bragdon, Architect


Claude Fayette Bragdon (1866-1946) was an architect, artist, writer, philosopher, and stage designer. He was a dedicated Theosophist and occultist.  He is a Splash temperament type; notice that all but three houses have a planet contained -- the eighth, the third and the sixth.  The eighth is odd because of the deaths of his two … Continue reading #123 Claude Bragdon, Architect

Release of the Nunes Document


We don't know really what time this was released but I got it around 1PM.  So here's the chart based in New Orleans, Louisiana, where are are this week. The Bureau of Investigation (BOI) was created on July 26, 1908, after the Congress had adjourned for the summer.Its first "Chief" (the title is now known … Continue reading Release of the Nunes Document

Batting Average 1.00 – George Abrams


George Allen Abrams was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played for one season. He pitched in three games for the Cincinnati Reds in the 1923 Cincinnati Reds season. A single in his only at-bat left Abrams with a rare MLB career batting average of 1.000. He was picked up by the Reds when he … Continue reading Batting Average 1.00 – George Abrams

Exit Bannon — altRight


We are working on a transit writeup for Bannon's leaving the White House. In the meantime read this article from the New York Post. Back in the saddle...again. Above is the grand square or grand cross for Bannon's transiting (outer) chart overlayed against his natal chart, that we rectified here. Grand Squares are frictional aspects. … Continue reading Exit Bannon — altRight

Franz Joseph Haydn – composer


Joseph Haydn was a composer and teacher to Wolfgang Mozart.  He was born March 31, 1732 and died May 31, 1809.  He is considered the "Father of the String Quartet" and was instrumental to the piano trio, considered to be the genesis of the sonata form.  His brothers were Michael Haydn, also an accomplished composer … Continue reading Franz Joseph Haydn – composer

Trump in Syria – Another view


Above is a picture of the attack.  I like maps and always want to know where geographically things are and the geopolitical boundaries involved.  I am using the same coordinates as the previous post. The News Cycle On Capitol Hill, many lawmakers described the attack as long overdue and a necessary exercise of American leadership … Continue reading Trump in Syria – Another view