Tag Archives: Deborah Houlding

Pluto, Full On – Part 2: The Unexpected Again!

Pluto, Full On – Part 2 is not going to be the article I expected–yet. There is some tidying up to do–and a new name for all of us to wrap our minds around: A dear friend of several years now, Philip Graves, and I had a very important discussion this morning and through the

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Pluto, Full On – Part 1

  MAJOR UPDATE AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2015: Because of now-validated research related to the quindecile, this article presents the old and new terms that will lead to Part 2 of this series. Please read both. This contains the transitioning names. Part 2 contains the full explanations. Pluto’s shift back to direct motion on Friday

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Ireland and the Gay Marriage Vote

I’ve usually left Ireland and her inner conflicts alone because there are so many nations in the world one can follow, it just seemed as if I was spreading myself too thinly. Nations make changes by voting, by coups and other pressures that may revealed in shifting political and emotional moods across the land. But this

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