Category Archives: Philosophy

Gourmet Cooking Doesn’t Use Cookbooks, It Creates Them

In the midst of a break this past week, one of the members of my site–I’ll call her Mignon to allow you to move more easily into the flow of this conversation–stopped to chat with me about a few things. The timing of our dialogue seemed to be synchronistic since I was watching a particular

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Holy Terror, Part 1

I had only been studying astrology a little over a year when a tragedy hit someone close to me at the time. A complex tale, the person’s father, years before, had moved to a country far from his and his father’s birthplace. Over the course of the next roughly 20 years, the father had launched

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The Language of Music – The Language of Astrology, Part 2

Continuing from The Language of Music – The Language of Astrology, Part 1: When I first began this article, The Language of Music – The Language of Astrology, I wasn’t expecting to have a part 2. But then I thought about it: These comments were inspired by a musician who awakened my own thoughts related to

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The Language of Music – The Language of Astrology, Part 1

(I wrote Part 1, this one, last night, October 31, and Part 2 tonight. But let’s start with Part 1, and you can consider these perspectives before I add Part 2 tomorrow.) Tonight, I listened to guitarist Susmit Sen, founder of the musical group Indian Ocean, and now working in Susmit Sen Chronicles and The

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Waco, Texas: 3-way Gang Warfare Leaves Many Dead

I’ll be honest: when I first saw the headlines about Waco, David Koresh and the Branch Davidians popped into mind as fast as the words “9 dead” caught my eye. I covered that story with an article on Koresh for Dell Horoscope in 1993. It took place on the 28th of February, just two days

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