Waheeda Rehman, Bollywood’s beauty


Marc Jones did not use TransNeptunians; he knew of them, reviewed them and felt they had nothing to offer, so he never included them in his oeuvre. He added in some Arabian Parts, but none of them were valid for making aspects: they stood alone. Some of that is problematic with Miss Rehman's chart but … Continue reading Waheeda Rehman, Bollywood’s beauty

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#35 First Baron of Amulree, Wm. Warrender MacKenzie


William Warrender Mackenzie, 1st Baron Amulree, GBE, PC, KC -- Knight Commander -- (19 August 1860 – 5 May 1942) was born in Scone, Scotland, a town outside of Perth..   He was the fourth son of Robert MacKenzie and his wife the former Jean Menzies.  The Baron was also known as Sir William Mackenzie between … Continue reading #35 First Baron of Amulree, Wm. Warrender MacKenzie

Atari’s Pong + Ted Dabney


Ted Dabney (far left) stands in front of a Pong arcade machine in 1973 with (left to right) co-founder Nolan Bushnell, head of finance Fred Marincic, and the man credited with the idea for Pong, Allan Alcorn...from NPR News. Mr Dabney has a good chart for an engineer- lots of earth signs and little air … Continue reading Atari’s Pong + Ted Dabney

Peter J. Powers, Giuliani advocate


Deputy Mayor Peter J. Powers, left, with Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani in 1994. “I never had a brother,” Mr. Giuliani said in an interview this week. “Peter was my brother.” CreditJames Estrin/The New York Times Peter J. Powers, a high school friend whom Rudolph W. Giuliani recruited to impose order on his chaotic novice mayoral … Continue reading Peter J. Powers, Giuliani advocate