Brad Kronen contributes to Llewellyn Worldwide’s prestigious yearly Journal

The Doors emerged on the music scene in 1965 and their wild ride ended with the demise of the band’s Sagittarian leading man a mere six years later, in 1971.

During that six year period, Jim Morrison and Pamela Courson sought a pleasure principle that the rest of the non-Jupiterian populace couldn’t even fathom as being humanly possible. While together, the two Sagittarians partook in every narcotic known to human consumption at the time with both Fire Signs influentially stoking each other’s hedonistic passions into a blazing bonfire of reckless irresponsibility.

…resulting in both of Jupiter’s children being reduced to ashes right before the commencement of their Saturn Return.

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Recording of Brad Kronen’s Radio Interview on the “Moments with Marianne” Show on the Dreamvisions7 Radio Network

A recording of Brad Kronen being interviewed on the “Moments with Marianne” show on the Dreamvisions7 Radio Network which originally aired on 11/27, 11/28, and 12/3 of 2015. *Brad Kronen’s book “Love in the Stars” published by Llewellyn Worldwide, Inc.  is available for purchase at your local book seller or online at amazon.com at the […]

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The Life-Affirming Lifeless Ones: The Ghosts of Charles Dickens’ “Christmas Carol”

Christmas isn’t all merely festive uber-jolliness and hyper ho-ho-ho-ing, you know. “The most wonderful time of the year” also deals with being scared out of one’s wits or at a bare minimum temporarily freaked out with sudden fear. Why else would a ghost story heavy with the psychological abuse of intense serial haunting be a rock solid foundational part of the Christmas tradition? This particular holiday piece takes a fresh new look at an old well-loved Christmas favorite by analyzing the key characters of the world’s most famous ghost story who are next to never given much thought outside of the parts they play – the ghosts from Charles Dickens’ timeless holiday tale, “A Christmas Carol”.

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