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Farewell, Dick Gregory, We’ll Miss Your Voice of Truth and Irreverent Humor!

Of all the voices out there when civil rights and race issues were at the fore, Dick Gregory was too. He confronted when no one else dared. He said the words when no one else could. According to one Washington Post journalist, Gregory “broke the mold” by venturing into areas that often made folks wince,

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A Neptune and Pluto Day to Remember, Part 3 of 3

A Neptune and Pluto Day to Remember, Part 1 A Neptune and Pluto Day to Remember, Part 2 And now the Pluto station to Retrograde for the United Kingdom… With Leo rising, the Sun rules the Pluto SRx chart from its 9th house conjunction to Mercury Rx. Neither it nor Mars are really at the

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A Neptune and Pluto Day to Remember, Part 2 of 3

A Neptune and Pluto Day to Remember, Part 1 In contrast to the crash chart from earlier in the day, this one had a clearly Eastern first quadrant below-the-horizon dominance. At first, I was baffled about this kind of dominance since the action was happening to my 16-yo co-traveler and me; but then it hit me: I

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A Neptune and Pluto Day to Remember, Part 1 of 3

Sometime around Easter, I had promised someone I’d write about the Pluto Retrograde that took place on Thursday the 20th of April. But as the saying goes, the best laid plans of mice and men–or, as Robert Burns wrote in “To A Mouse”… While the narration may seem a bit convoluted, there is method to

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A Household Name–Harper Lee–Has Moved On, But What a Legacy She Has Left Us!

You don’t live life in the Deep South as she did, watching its evolution through nearly 90 years without taking something of great depth and value from those times. Women had just won the right to vote a mere six years before her birth, and perhaps even that had made an impact on her. Harper

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Oregon: At least 15 dead in Mass Shootings at Community College

Rest assured, the Pluto, Full On series will be completed; but this is news now, and news still needs to be examined where we can… After posting this article, I re-checked the Oregon Live site, where the time had been updated to the 911 call coming in at 10:37 am. This accounts for what will

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Farewell, Mr. Steed. Avengers’ Patrick Macnee has left us.

Please note: In 2015, long after I wrote this article, my understandings of the quindecile, a 24° aspect, were born out of the new–mathematically accurate–name for the 165° aspect, now called undecaquartisextile. Please read about the Undecaquartisextile as its related aspect patterns which can be found in the Pluto – Full On series. You’ll find the Pluto –

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Farewell, Christopher Lee

Please note: In 2015, long after I wrote this article, my understandings of the quindecile, a 24° aspect, were born out of the new–mathematically accurate–name for the 165° aspect, now called undecaquartisextile. Please read about the Undecaquartisextile as its related aspect patterns which can be found in the Pluto – Full On series. You’ll find the Pluto –

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Albert Einstein – Beautiful and Mysterious

Some time ago, I read a fabulous New York Times op-ed by author Brian Morton, director of the graduate program in fiction at Sarah Lawrence college. Falser Words Were Never Spoken Morton’s words stuck with me so much, I wrote to him to thank him for offering this perspective because his words reminded me of

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Happy Birthday, Joe! You would have been 71 today…

I wrote the following on the day Joe Cocker died–or rather I wrote what I’ve interwoven with the following on the day he died. Since I hadn’t had an opportunity to post this here in Feature Articles since we hadn’t yet launched the site, I’ve been allowing the original to evolve into what you’re reading today.

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