Tag Archives: 12th house

RIP Jan-Michael Vincent

Remember that easy-on-the-eyes 1980s actor Jan-Michael Vincent? He was in “Lassie“, “Bonanza” and “Gunsmoke“, starred in “Hooper” with Burt Reynolds and with Kim Basinger in “Hard Country“, was on screen again in “White Boy” and most recently, he was in a TV show as Stringfellow Hawke, a pilot, on “Airwolf“. Cocaine did his career in

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Luke Perry – An Astrological Farewell

You’re probably going to find this an odd start and perhaps even an odder article. You see, I don’t know if I ever saw Luke Perry on television or in a movie. I might have, but I could have just as easily fallen over him at the supermarket and would never have known who he

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Minnesota Mosque Bombed – Had You Heard?

This past weekend the bombing of a mosque in Minnesota nearly escaped my attention. Thanks to CBS News for its reporting, I managed to catch a quick comment enough to have it embedded in my brain to search for it this morning before doing my work for the day. I don’t want this report to

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Fatal Journey in Himachal Pradesh, India – July 20, 2017

At least 28 are feared dead in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, the result of a private bus falling into a gorge around 9:15 this morning.                                                        

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BREAKING NEWS: TEN-alarm fire in London’s Camden Market – July 10, 2017

At 12:10 Monday morning (July 10), alarms alerted police and London’s Fire Brigade to a fire at Camden Lock Market, where some 1000 shops welcome tourists each day. The site, apparently a tourist hot spot in north London, currently has 70 firefighters now battling the ten-alarm blaze. I’ll bypass the pretty pics and get right

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New York City: Chaos Cloaked in White, June 30, 2017

A major New York City area hospital was the scene of a stunning series of gunshots today in which 5 were wounded and two more including the shooter were dead. Dr. Henry Bello, the shooter, had slipped into the hospital wearing a white lab coat in which he hid a “long gun.” As I’ve written

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Who Needs the Soaps?

I used to think the drama of a few daily soaps on TV made real life carry a bit less of the “wow!” factor. That’s what got me hooked on two soaps several years ago–and they still catch my attention in particular when I’m home. It doesn’t really matter if a month of soap opera

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April 7, 2017 – Attack on Europe, Attack on Sweden – Again!

We’re now in the midst of Mercury’s slow movement as we enter the path leading to the Mercury Retrograde in the Eastern (GMT and east of there) hemisphere on the 10th of April. Saturn’s station to Retrograde took place yesterday, the 6th. Over the next two weeks, Venus will return to Direct motion on the

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The World Tapestry: Play Ball! Up Close and Local–and International!

Baseball has been pretty popular in this part of upstate New York. Two of my uncles, nicknamed Spider and Little Spider, played semi-pro ball, and the last thing my father did on the day he died was attend a ballgame of the Triplets, the farm team for one of the big leagues. If you were

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The World Tapestry: A Tribute to Muhammad Ali

One cannot cover a tribute like this without acknowledging the efforts of various media and not just one. So first, let me share the links with you. If you read nothing else of these links, please be sure to do so with the New York Times story. That’s a full-scale enormous tribute you won’t want to

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