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    The Power to Retire with Dignity and a Future with a Functioning Brain

    by  • March 24, 2015 • Astrology, Celebs, Economics, History, News, Psychology/Sociology, Science, Sports • 0 Comments

    Chris Borland made an early exit from the 49er’s Football team and for him, it was a decision born of fear and its less intimidated cousin, caution. He learned about traumatic brain injury (TBI) and how it could incapacitate him in later years, so he made a life-saving decision and retired from the NFL after […]

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    Real Estate Heir Finds Money Can’t Buy Everything…but we’ll see

    by  • March 24, 2015 • Astrology, Celebs, Economics, News, Psychology/Sociology • 0 Comments

    Robert Durst is one sick dude but had the money for really good attorneys. First thing to know about him is that he’s an Aries, and an Aries just doesn’t care about others, despite the Moon in Cancer, probably conjoining Jupiter. One of the main indicators of his anger/violence issue is Mars on the Aquarius […]

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    Selma Brings Awareness to those Who Weren’t There

    by  • March 10, 2015 • Astrology, History, News, Philosophy, Politics • 0 Comments

    Fifty years ago, the march on Selma, Alabama sent ripples through the American consciousness about racial inequality and violence inflicted upon innocent black people. The original march began after a young black civil rights worker was murdered and the injustice that followed. If you ask some people, much and then again, not much has changed […]

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    Last Cusp Solar Eclipse for a While

    by  • March 4, 2015 • Astrology, Economics, Environment, History, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology/Sociology • 0 Comments

    The Pisces Solar Eclipse is 29 degrees, the sixth consecutive New Moon on a cusp, something rare in cosmological history, with consecutive multiple cusp New Moons occurring every 744 years. The last time we had a setup like this, it was 526 AD and from September that year, when the Autumnal Equinox was an ingress […]

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    Spock Heads Out on a Journey of an After-Lifetime

    by  • March 1, 2015 • Astrology, Celebs, History, News, Science • 0 Comments

    Star-Date 2-27-15 It’ a sad time in the Star Trek universe; we’ve lost our favorite Vulcan, Spock. You couldn’t pronounce the first name. Leonard Nimoy was a Boston-born progressive Jew of great intellect and a wide range of interest, despite the narrow range of characters he’s known for in his acting career. Born just four […]

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