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    TAURUS SKYSCOPE 2015

    by  • April 18, 2015 • Astrology, Economics, Environment, Humor, News, Philosophy, Psychology/Sociology, Science, Spirituality • 0 Comments

    Early morning on 4-20, the Sun settles into Taurus, sign of herbs and nature, and while we are free of the turmoil of last’s year’s Grand Cross, our ingress is marred by the misperceptions of Mercury square Jupiter, making accurate judgments difficult. Actions speak louder than words, particularly when Mars in Taurus is enhanced by […]

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    Reversing Polarity

    by  • April 9, 2015 • Astrology, Climate Change, Economics, Environment, History, News, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology/Sociology, Science, Spirituality • 0 Comments

    April fourth’s Lunar Eclipse was the same degree as the US Saturn and two days before, the US and Iran reached a deal on a framework for nuclear downsizing to alleviate the crippling sanctions Iran has been burdened by for a little more than 35 years. The reason Iran has been a trouble spot is […]

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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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    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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    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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    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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