Gone with the Wind: An Astrological Work of Art, Part I, Aries – Cancer

The film which won the Academy Award for “Best Motion Picture” for the year 1939 was based on a novel by the same name. Nearly everyone who read the tale by the life-long Atlanta native, Margaret Mitchell presumed “Gone with the Wind” was a fictionalized historical novel which focused on the Civil War Era. Few realize the one and only work published by Mitchell is also an astrological piece as well, where astrology is subtly interwoven throughout the story’s plot.

It is the astrological dynamics brought to life through the relationships established by the story’s cast of characters that make this film truly great, despite the novel’s historical inaccuracies and naively idealistic perspective about the antebellum South.

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The Mother of Us All: The Nurturing Nature of Roy Horn

Roy Horn’s specialized gift for being a feline Dr. Doolittle quickly became obvious and apparent. The entertainment duo’s inner circle of friends and co-workers speak of Roy’s connection with his many large cats with an almost mystical respect: “Siegfried treats the animals like colleagues,” says Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn. “But they’re Roy’s children.”

Per close friend, Lance Burton, “Roy can communicate with these animals on a level that none of the rest of us are aware of.”

Unfortunately, Saturn’s two favorite tools to emphasize its most effective “lessons learned the hard way” are pain and loss. And the “The Lord of Karma” chose to give Roy Horn a crash course in one swooping lesson with as big a karmic impact and emphasis as humanly possible.

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Tiger Woods – Pluto’s Most Pronounced Capricorn Casualty

2018’s Masters Tournament marks Tiger Woods return to championship golf in years after not having won a major competition since 2008, just a short time before the planet of Death and Transformational Change, Pluto, entered Woods’ Sun sign of Capricorn. Will the dethroned King of Golf regain his title or has his Plutonian past left him permanently in the professional dust?

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Diplomacy in the Land of Morning Calm – Summit Talks between North and South Korea, Part II

Diplomacy in the Land of Morning Calm: Summit Talks between North and South Korea Part II by Brad Kronen The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un (left) meets at the demilitarized zone border to shake hands with the leader of South Korea, Moon Jae-in (right) at the historic summit meeting the two Koreas on April […]

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Diplomacy in the Land of Morning Calm – Summit Talks Between North & South Korea, Part I

Diplomacy in the Land of Morning Calm  Summit Talks between North & South Korea Part I by Brad Kronen   The Land of Morning Calm. The above mentioned poetic title which by its name alone automatically conjures a sense of peaceful tranquility dates back to the 15th century when the Joseon Dynasty ruled over one […]

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A Tale of Two Aries – The Fictitious Legends behind the Lives of Clyde Barrow & Roscoe Arbuckle

A Tale of Two Aries: The Fictitious Legends behind the Lives of Clyde Barrow & Roscoe Arbuckle by Brad Kronen March 24th. A date of birth shared by two famous personalities your author has previously written about and whose histories he has extensively researched. March 24th is the birthday of one Clyde Barrow, leader of […]

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