We’ve been otherwise engaged for the past few days so I haven’t got around to preparing blog posts – blame the dog[-sitting]! Pooh-dog is back with his new humans now, bless his little running jumping feet!
From any news-reading I’ve done lately, I note that the Brexit scenario hasn’t improved any. My jaw can’t drop any lower than the floor, but it is certainly grinding the carpet to dust!
The entry of Senator Bernie Sanders into the 2020 presidential race is, by now, old news. He announced his intention to run early in the week. To match the pattern I’ve followed for other hopefuls, hats already in the ring, I’ll peruse Bernie’s natal chart for any clear signs of change of status, due in late 2020. For now, I’m limiting these 2020 posts to that process.
Anyone who read this
There’s little I can write about in astrology that I haven’t written about before, at least once during my many years of blogging. While preparing a weekend post, I began scribbling about the semi-sextile, referred to a piece by astrologer Donna Cunningham….then took a quick look back at my archived posts. Lo and behold – I’d written about this in the past – in 2014. Ah well, waste not
It’s early days to be blogging about the USA’s presidential election in November 2020, nevertheless I’ve been interested to read recently of three potential candidates from the Democrats – three ladies who appear to be preparing to throw their hats into the ring, hoping to be part of what’s likely to be a crowded platform of candidates. These are: Tulsi Gabbard, who supported my guy, Bernie
Yves Tanguy was born in Paris in 1900, son of a retired sea captain. Yves was said to be a very quiet, yet at the same time, anarchistic man. Allegedly, after having visited a an exhibition of the surrealist art of Giorgio de Chirico he spontaneously decided to become a painter, and gravitated naturally to his own version of the surrealist style, more or less untaught.
It’s believed that
Wikipedia tells that: January (in Latin, Ianuarius) is named after the Latin word for door (ianua), since January is the door to the year and an opening to new beginnings. The month is conventionally thought of as being named after Janus, the god of beginnings and transitions in Roman mythology, but according to ancient Roman farmers’ almanacs Juno was the tutelary deity [guardian, protector,
Masaccio, Painted by Himself, Lately Added to the National Gallery
The painter I’d decided to to feature this week was born this day,
December 21 in 1401, in a town close to Florence, Italy. The artist died aged 26, which could account for lack of more colourful information than the mostly fact-based and rather stodgy stuff I found at first. Then I found this lighter, yet still