Making the Sun


Scientists hypothesize that the Sun begas as a giant gas dust cloud rotating in spacing.  Over milions of years, as this cloud spun faster and faster, it collapsed into a disc.  Some of the material around the disc formed the planets as smal clumps of material stuck together, much like today's asteroids, but most of … Continue reading Making the Sun

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Astrologer: Liz Greene


from A short unauthorized bio of Liz Greene September, 1946, Elizabeth Leigh (her maiden name) is born in New Jersey. September, 1951, Elizabeth Leigh turns five years old. September, 1952, under New Jersey law at the time, Elizabeth Leigh is of kindergarten age. Circa June, 1965, Elizabeth Leigh  graduates from high school, presumably in New … Continue reading Astrologer: Liz Greene

#98 Stock Market Wizard: Roger Babson


"More people should learn to tell their dollars where to go instead of asking them where they went."  Roger Ward Babson, economist Mr. Babson is a  Splash temperament type with a fixed Cosmic Grand Cross in his chart making him very persistent with things.  We rectified his Ascendant to 10 Sagittarius,  giving him a noble … Continue reading #98 Stock Market Wizard: Roger Babson

Astronomy Mag’s SkyGuide 2017


Our featured images is from Astronomy Magazine.  It depicts Sirus's  -1.5 "young Moon, " a celestial highlight this week.  Click here for more.   The article itself is also from Astronomy Magazine's but their 2016 16-page calendar pullout that highlighted each months biggest celestial events.  For whatever reason, there was none for 2017.