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Aquarius – the Water Bearer

The eleventh sign of the zodiac Its symbol represents a stream of water, symbolizing the servant of humanity who pours out the water of knowledge to quench the thirst of the world. It may also symbolize an electrical current which … Continue reading

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MLK Jr: Man on a Timely Mission

Martin Luther King Jr We have seen so many photos of him over the years in black and white that we forget he was a man of colour, too. And that wasn’t a racial slur. Because not everything is black … Continue reading

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Paul O’Grady: a Li’l(y) Savage?

What Makes a Star? It’s such an intangible. Some people are made for the stage, and some aren’t. When I run across a birth date and time, I sit up and take notice. Does Paul O’Grady know that it’s spelled … Continue reading

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Capricorn — The Sea-Goat

The tenth sign of the zodiac In Hindu astrology: Makarar — and considered by the ancients to be the most important of all the signs. Is it possible the ancients recognized in the Winter Solstice the point of gravitation that … Continue reading

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Is the Moon a Balloon?

  Jonathan Cainer’s Guide to the Zodiac Jonathan died in 2016. He would have been 60 years old today. It’s taken me a while to get around to that fact. I read his daily horoscopes in the Daily Mail, the … Continue reading

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Passing of a Legendary Photographer

  Glenn Capers (1950 – 2017) I heard yesterday that Glenn had died on Monday of this week, in Colorado Springs. He was 67. I had the honour of erecting his birth chart, with his permission. Here it is:   … Continue reading

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This Day…in Infamy

  Attack on Pearl Harbor This has to be the most famous of all Conspiracy Theories. Did the ‘powers that be’ allow the Japanese to attack and utterly destroy the American fleet based in Hawaii? Let’s review the History first … Continue reading

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