In the Foreward section of my book about Astrology and Relationships in the 21st century, “Love in the Stars” I reveal my personal take on same sign dating. To quote myself:
“As far as dating your own sign, there are a few exceptions (actually, just 1) but a good rule of thumb when considering dating another who is the same sign as your sexy self: Look at it as dating your own gene pool – would you date your cousin?”
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Gemini is the first representative of the element of Air which utilizes the functions of the rational mind as its primary tool to get through life. Not surprisingly, the foundation behind this most mentally agile of signs’ key phrase is rationally based – “I THINK”.
Mix all that mutably mental material up and you have the makings of a Gemini with a razor sharp mind kept forever young by approaching each day as a chance to learn something new about the world or on the unevolved side of the dualistic fence, a Twin born person being the perpetual motor mouth whose non-stop babble reflects just how much they actually know of a whole lot of nuthin’ .
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The Myth of Arachne or How the First Spider Came to Be by Brad Kronen The ancients weaved a memorable tale that was recounted whenever one of their kind attempted to transcend their human limitations or during those rare occasions when a mortal behaved as if they were above the reproach of the Gods. […]
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The Lotus Blossom Awaits to Bloom: The Mortal Life of Prince Siddhartha by Brad Kronen In honor of the Birthday of the Lord Buddha, May 14th Long ago in the year 560 B.C., in a land far to the East at the foot of the Himalayan Mountains, a Prince was born. The child’s arrival into the world was […]
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The lives of Argentina’s President and First Lady who governed over South America’s second largest country from the late 1940’s and early 50’s have been likened by many to be the stuff of fairy tales.
However, directly beneath that fairy-taled exterior lay hints of an insidious horror story that concluded with an ending which was anything but happy.
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