Category Archives: Astrology

Australian Open 2019 – Rafa and the Joker!

If you’ve been following any of my posts about the tennis world for any amount of time, you’ve probably noticed I’m pretty loyal to Spain’s Rafa Nadal. Aside from the eye candy, he’s a simply amazing tennis player who has made his way into tennis history–and he’ll be there for decades to come. The other

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The New 2019 US Congress–and Head Butting–Begins

Judith with the Head of Holofernes A Western 3rd quadrant above-the-horizon dominance welcomes Nancy Pelosi to her return as Speaker of the House, sworn in with “I do” at the precise time of this chart. I’m really not surprised to see Neptune in the 10th with the focus among Democrats in the House to wade

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World Tapestry: India – Assam Train Explosion

An explosion in an intercity train coach in the northeastern Indian state of Assam today has left up to 14 people injured, one critically. Reports of how many were injured still appear to be coming in since some news is still indicating only three injured while others are now reporting 11 to 14. While authorities

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India and Pakistan – The 2018 Solar Returns in 3 parts, part 3

Part 3 This paragraph is copied from an article I have in progress, but it fits here as well since it’s part of the Solar Return. I’ll finish the article after this one is posted. “On the 11th of September, the Midheaven of the Solar Return had progressed to 22 Aries 31, squaring the 22

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India and Pakistan – The 2018 Solar Returns in 3 parts, part 2

Part 2 India I won’t linger with a new lead in since I’d intended the two returns this time to be joined to avoid my concern about having the two separated by several days. While India’s SR also opens with the third house rising, India’s chart was created at a time a bit later than

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India and Pakistan – The 2018 Solar Returns in 3 parts, part 1

Part 1 My apologies, dear readers, for the lengthy delay in offering forecasts and more articles over the last roughly 15-16 months or so. It was beyond my control. While I have more to do before I’m on the other side of a health issue, you’ve been on my mind. I’m writing as I can

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Super Typhoon Hits the Philippines

Four regional signals alerted the Philippines to the arrival of Typhoon “Ompong” (Mangkhut) as it touched down in Luzon, home to the capital, Manila, in North Philippines at Baggao, Cagayan on Saturday morning. Bringing in heavy rains and gusts and winds up to 285 kph (pushing 178 mph), the category 5 typhoon promises to be

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Breaking News: Supreme Court of India Strikes Down 150-Year-Old Anti-Gay Law

Just a quick comment to explain that I began to write this article immediately after the news came out yesterday afternoon. As a result, I may not have caught all of the references to “today,” referring to the 6th of September as I post this now on the 7th. My apologies. I want to get

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John McCain: A Great Man is Gone

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) and CNN quoted former President Jimmy Carter’s description of Senator John McCain as “a man of honor, a true patriot in the best sense of the word.” Few, if any, could have been more accurate. I loved the anecdote Mike Allen shared this morning. It epitomizes that strong sense of honor

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Closing In On the Golden State Killer

Soon after Joseph James DeAngelo Jr., was arrested as the Golden State Killer in April, one comment after another began to open discussions in several Facebook groups and I’m sure elsewhere as well. After some time, I saw a brilliantly researched reference to the data I’d hoped to find–or rather the untimed data with the

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