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This is true for me. I’ve had more than my share of great teachers in my life. I learned from them but I wished I’d have learned even more!
Have you had the opportunity to learn from a great teacher?
They became king and queen on May 10, 1774. They lived live in comfort and luxury, disregarding the signs of time. They died young, executed after revolution. The King’s Saturn inconjunct Midheaven was accompanied by her Sun inconjunct his Midheaven. Together they lost it all, including their lives. Here is the story of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI.
Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI died
Friday night the Moon moves into Gemini, joining Venus in the snappy, Mercurial sign, good for socializing. The pace has been a little slower with so many Taurean planets lately. While we still have most of those in place, the mood picks up and is itching for a bit of a tweak into zip mode. It’s time for new information, a change of pace. With Neptune in square and trining Saturn, don’t fog out in bliss and forget your limits. If you’re over 40: no keg stands. You could break a hip.
Read the rest of Weekend Love Forecast (437 words)
Gemini season approaches, and the truth becomes questionable. I say this because as each planet (Venus, Mercury, The Sun, Mars) enters Gemini (the sign of information) it will be hit by a confusing square to Neptune (at 5 degrees Pisces). … Continue reading →
I am working on a freakishly large puzzle. “I would like to figure this out,” I told a friend.
“You’re not going to figure it out,” she said. “You can never figure it out.”
“What if I am supposed to figure it out? What if that is exactly why I am on this earth? I am here so I can figure this out. I think this might be the case. Why else would I be so curious and have this kind of drive? Figuring this out might be my exact job to do…”
Read the rest of A Strong Desire To Figure Things Out (119 words)
|Halvor kills the troll in Soria Moria Castle.|
“My name is Amanda Berry.”
The first words she spoke after she crawled out of the house of her enslavement in Cleveland, Ohio were a statement of her identity.
Amanda Berry is much more than what happened to her. Her decade-long captivity is only a part of her history.
However, the story of her imprisonment is an ancient one. There are many, many folk and fairy tales from all over the world about boys and girls captured by trolls or witches or ogres and kept in dungeons, forced to work.
Sometimes the children escape through cleverness, sometimes bravery, sometimes luck or magic, or the intervention of another person.
One way of finessing this story is…
The case of the murder of Travis Alexander (see Wikipedia) is a rare case of brutal violence against a man, committed by a woman (Jodi Arias). It made me think of the John Wayne Bobbitt case (his lover cut off his penis, see link), of the Mars-Uranus effect and of more examples of Mercury inconjunct Neptune, but most of all of Mars.
Killings, murders and accidents never happen because of just
The other night I was talking to, Ben, he’s been a teacher for 30 years. He said he’ll meet a kid when they’re in 3rd grade, and then meet them again when they’re in 8th grade. Invariably, it’s the same kid. The kid will have not changed one bit.
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|Graphic Artist Saul Bass has Mercury in Aries
producer of iconic opening film sequences & legendary film posters google animated birthday tribute
Mercury moved country on the 14th April 2013 from the watery depths of Pisces and stepped out onto the bouncy, springy ground of the Aries terrain. We welcomed some fresh cavorting energies in the mind fields and mind games playgrounds of ideas. So lets review all that fresh energy that appeared to rush through our thoughts before Taurus s l o w e d – i t – a l l – d o w n and chilled it right out on the 1st May 2013.
|Writer Harper Lee has Mercury in Aries|
|Ribbons on a maypole|