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Virgo – The Virgin

The Sixth Sign of the Zodiac Its symbol is probably a representation of the Girdle of Hymen, and has reference to the Immaculate Conception of a Messiah. It is usually pictured by a virgin holding in her hand a green … Continue reading

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Leo – The Lion

The fifth sign of the zodiac Its symbol is possibly an emblem representing the phallus, as used in ancient Dionysian mysteries. It is also an emblem of the Sun’s fire, heat or creative energy. The Sun is in Leo annually … Continue reading

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Cancer – The Crab

The fourth sign of the zodiac Its symbol, presumably the folded claws of a crab, probably is intended to symbolize the joining together of a male and female spermatozoa — as indicative of the most maternal of all the signs. … Continue reading

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Jesus of Nazareth

When I was writing The Star of Bethlehem I added a small number of appendices, including this one: Jesus’ Natal Aspects. The text is adapted from Planets in Youth by Robert Hand. Personal Planets Sun Opposition Moon You will learn … Continue reading

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The Wellspring: Be at Peace

28 May 1992 As you create your own reality, you undo the ‘bonds that bind you’, and open up to a rainbow of opportunity, and this is with you now. The lights are dancing, the colours are there. As each … Continue reading

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Gemini – The Twins

Third sign of the zodiac Its symbol represents two pieces of wood bound together, symbolical of the unremitting conflict of contradictory mental process. The Sun is in Gemini annually from May 21 to June 20. Astrologically and astronomically it is … Continue reading

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Other Points in Time: Titanic Hits Iceberg

The History RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, UK to New York City, US. The sinking of … Continue reading

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