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The World Mourns and Stands With You, UK, June 3, 2017, Part 2

This begins astrologer John Davenport‘s part of the article. I have done minor edits for cohesiveness while retaining the precise meaning John has intended. The choice of additional graphics in the form of art and videos was mine. Some charts used are repeats of those I used in Part 1. They’ve been repeated for continuity

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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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On Astrology, Astrologers, Learning–and The Peeling of Life’s Onion

As a person with a Scorpio rising and a dominance of planets–all of my sociable (terrestrial) planets and luminaries (Sun and Moon) below the horizon–I’m frequently misunderstood and even accused of things I’m not. It brings to mind a conversation I had some time ago with another astrologer (I haven’t asked his permission so it

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Tension and Terror: Tourniquet-Sized Wounds in Jammu–Again

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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Fukushima – Again? No, Still!

UPDATE, JULY 22: 2015: At the bottom of this article Four years ago today, Al Jazeera carried a news story you and many others might not have seen. Why, I really don’t know, but here’s the headline and the link: Fukushima: It’s much worse than you think Scientific experts believe Japan’s nuclear disaster to be far

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