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Category: Illness

RIP Arabella Kennedy

Arabella Kennedy was the first of the four children born to John and Jacqueline Kennedy on August 23, 1955. Only two of their children made it adulthood, and two, Arabella […]

Carter’s Sheffield Boy + Tetanus

Sheffield is a town, city and borough in Yorkshire, England and is about 160 miles north of London.  It was known for its steel and in particular cutlery.  The local […]

How do i love thee? #140 Elizabeth Barrett Browning

                                HOW DO I LOVE THEE? (From Sonnets from the Portuguese) by Elizabeth Barrett Browning          HOW do I love thee? Let me count the ways.          I love […]

Laura Anne Ingraham is on the Air

Melania Trump, the FLOTUS — First Lady of the United States –, does not like Sean Spicer, so the buzz is that Laura Ingraham will replace him.  Dunno, but her […]

Marc Edmund Jones on the Hyleg

Dromenoner Mo Saladin wrote in about Dr. Jones’ thoughts on Hyleg.  You can view the original post here on Facebook. “Although man’s physical organism is neither the whole of himself […]

Hyleg’s and Ms Winner’s natal

The Hellenistic Hyleg In Hellenistic Astrology, the Part of Hyleg or simply calld “Hyleg” marked “the giver of life” position on the chart.  It  based on whether the person was […]

Lent & Padre Pio

Biograph Francesco Forgione was born in a small town called Pietrelcina, near Benevento outside of Naples in Southern Italy, He was fifth of eight children. At an early age, he […]

Margaret: Pearl of the Green Mountain State

Margaret is a friend of ours who offered up her horoscope for discussion.  Bravo Margaret, we need more volunteers to fill up our database! Margaret’s chart is here,  without our […]

Circus Girl

Remember when you had to got o the Circus get the oddities of life?  Then there was television and now YouTube.  One doesn’t have to travel too far to see […]

Shades of Grey: artist Aubrey Beardsley

Biograph: Aubrey Beardsley was an Art Noveau artist who died at the beginning of the 20th century from tuberculosis on the French Riviera. He had gone there to help improve […]

Crowley’s Congenital Idiot

  Astrologer Evangeline Adams has this as her  first chart in the 1927 book, A Place in the Stars.”  Aleister Crowley who helped her write the book at the end […]