Tag Archives: North Node

The World Tapestry: Mayhem in Munich

July 22, 2016: I was feeling oddly devoid of emotion this afternoon and couldn’t figure out why. That’s not me. I had been examining the charts for Uranus’ station to Retrograde set for exactly one week from today–the 29th of July–and had created the chart for the UK with this in mind. The first thing

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The World Tapestry: Orlando Massacre – Terror and the World Family, Part 3 of 3

Part 1 Part 2  Out of the depths I called unto you, come Your return shall rekindle the spark in my eyes Neither done nor forsaken the touch of your hand To the sound of your laughter shall glow here again Out of the depths I called unto you, come ‘neath a moon that shines

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The World Tapestry: Orlando Massacre – Terror and the World Family, Part 2 of 3

Repeating the chart from Part 1 in use now as we move into Part 2: I also debated about calling the semisextile between 9th house Saturn and 10th house Pluto an aspect. To be sure, most of the time I’d balk and vehemently resist calling this a semisextile with its 4°22′ orb. But the midpoint of this

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The World Tapestry: Orlando Massacre – Terror and the World Family, Part 1 of 3

June 12: As I start to write what will obviously be another large article and probably a series, the American flag flying over all public buildings including military facilities, naval vessels, the White House, and consulates has been lowered to half-staff in memory of the 50 who died in the wee hours this morning in

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Neither Déjà Vu Nor a Love Story, Part 3 of 3

One more chart now with very minimal analysis: While I don’t ordinarily work with Transpluto, at times it bears watching. That’s especially true with these charts. We began at Venus, but the attacks clearly weren’t about love and the ideal woman, and that’s where I found Robert Wilkinson‘s comments about Transpluto highly significant in his 2014

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Neither Déjà Vu Nor a Love Story, Part 2 of 3

Link to Part 1 Nirbhaya The Times of India carried one of countless stories appearing in the news both nationally and internationally. This one ran with the headline, Delhi gang rape case: Cops got first clue from CCTV of hotel. National rage, however, quickly turned global, and sympathetic protests were launched in several other nations. Since

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Neither Déjà Vu Nor a Love Story, Part 1 of 3

May 8, 2016: The date is no mistake. In fact, I normally don’t post the date when I’m developing a new article. This time, the date on which I began to write this article is important: Mother’s Day 2016. It’s now a week later. It’s been another green rainy day, and I’m finally preparing to put

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Heartbreak in Kerala: A Tale of Undecaquartisextiles, Part 1

Please note: This is the first of a two-part article. April 10, 2016: During my trip to India in 2013, I had the honor of staying with friends through most of my time there. I’m not writing about each place this time however and am reserving my thoughts for one state alone. Kerala is truly a

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In Celebration of International Women’s Day

Written March 8, 2016, but just couldn’t stay awake long enough to publish it until now. My apologies for the delay. In many ways, I’m sure, all of us measure our considerations of women based on theology (the Virgin Mary, Parvati, Shakti, Saraswati, Lakshmi, Kwan Yin…the list is endless, of course); but it starts with

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Political Valentines – The Title Even I Didn’t Expect!

Roses Are Red Violets Are Blue Here’s the political version Of what can happen to you! I originally had another title, and that’s still here. This article seemed to be so long, I expected it to become another article in parts andI surprised myself by still doing just one. Still, we never know when it comes to politics

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