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    Maybe the Mayans were Right…

    by  • January 24, 2015 • Astrology, Climate Change, Economics, Environment, History, News, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology/Sociology, Science, Sports • 0 Comments

    The Paris massacre has shocked many around the world; that people were murdered for speaking out with satirical humor and had to die for it. The Muslim extremists who plotted and executed their terrorist attack have met their fate, but they could not have known that their actions resulted from a larger pattern of religious […]

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    The State of our Union is Stronger Than Republicans Would Prefer Prior to an Election

    by  • January 24, 2015 • Astrology, Climate Change, Economics, Environment, History, News, Politics • 0 Comments

    The voice of negativism always screams the loudest. Such are perceptions of the paranoid delusional who sees the cup as half full of liquid death, quaking in fear because of a strict religious upbringing or later indoctrination into a fear-laden belief. Many of the raging complainers are also corrupted by greed, leading to selfishness that […]

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    A longer view ahead…and back

    by  • January 1, 2015 • Astrology, Climate Change, Economics, Environment, History, News, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology/Sociology, Science, Spirituality • 0 Comments

    In 2019, when Saturn and Pluto come close to conjoining on the S Node, it very well could mean another recession, probably over derivatives, student debt and other defaults lingering from the crash of ’08 and the recent CRomnibus spending bill that reinstituted risky financial deals the banks were making and increasing personal political contributions […]

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    What does the future hold? Look at the past for answers.

    by  • January 1, 2015 • Astrology, Climate Change, Economics, Environment, History, News, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology/Sociology, Spirituality • 0 Comments

    The year ahead will have one last Uranus-Pluto square as we enter a two year period dominated by Saturn square Neptune. These are two planets that couldn’t be more different, as Saturn’s primary focus is reality while Neptune drifts into the world of illusion through drugs, alcohol, retirement, vacations and other forms of escapism. With […]

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    History is not on our Side; or How Dry We Are

    by  • December 16, 2014 • Astrology, Climate Change, Economics, Environment, History, News, Politics, Psychology/Sociology • 0 Comments

    George Orwell wrote in his book, Animal Farm, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” It can be said about the Republican Party or even politics in general, as we have had a two-party system that has divided us for most of this country’s existence. Looking back to the early days of […]

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    Thanks for Another Fine Mess

    by  • November 22, 2014 • Astrology, Climate Change, Economics, Environment, History, Philosophy, Politics • 0 Comments

    White men first set foot on this land about a thousand years ago but the Vikings didn’t conquer the locals maybe because they weren’t prepared to stay, plus they didn’t bring enough ships or women to make a colony feasible. Long before that, the seafaring Phoenicians traded with the Meso-Americans but never established any settlements. […]

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