Remembering Fatty Arbuckle: Looking back before Venturing forward towards a Gender Balanced World Part II by Brad Kronen Part II – The Astrological Arbuckle People, it ain’t easy being funny. When one is deemed to be funny, there is an unspoken rule for that person to ALWAYS be as such, regardless of whatever hardships […]Read more "Remembering Fatty Arbuckle: Looking back before Venturing forward towards a Gender Balanced World – Part II"
Unleashing More than just Showers – The Firearmed Flames of April Part II by Brad Kronen Cusp – a transitional period of astrological time occurring between two signs of the Zodiac which bears the influences of both signs. That’s the very most astrologers will consensually agree upon whenever attempting to define the astrological term listed […]Read more "Unleashing More than just Showers – The Firearmed Flames of April, Part II"
Remember that nursery school one liner of a rhyme adults often say to children around this time of year to justify the heavier than usual precipitation associated with the month of April?
“April showers bring May flowers.”
Even with that being the atmospheric case, the 3rd week of the 4th calendar month has been delivering a lot more than just a heavier flow of rainfall in recent memory. The time period astrologically known as the last week of Aries has also been raining down buckets of fire and hailstorms of bullets upon our heads with yearly regularity, as well.
Over the last 25 years and throughout much of history, the most notorious news breaking events that have taken place during the 3rd week of April have all involved the following traits: Violence, Large scale fires or explosive bursts of flame, and every variation of firearm imaginable.
Events such as:
Oklahoma City Bombing, Siege of the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas, Columbine High School Shootings, Virginia Tech Shootings, BP Explosion and Oil Spill
Over the course of the late 20th and early 21st centuries, society has marked for posterity the lives of two exceptional people, both born beneath the sign of the Ram.
Their ability to express their natural Arien tendencies has resulted in schools, streets, and even days of the calendar year being dedicated in their honor.
These two fighters bravely went to battle in order to champion the rights and needs of those who were the most disadvantaged. Both children of Mars waged war in the front line trenches representing those who had neither the resources nor the willpower to defend themselves or their individual rights.
And the battle tactic of choice employed by these two Ram charged warriors?
Mexican Americans Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta fought for their cause using the very UN-Aries battle tactic of non-violence.Read more "Cesar Chavez & Dolores Huerta: Fighters who Fought the Good Fight"
Brad Kronen presents the archived recordings from his “Welcome to the Zodiac“(WTZ) series, a group of 12 introductory lectures originally broadcasted on blogtalkradio.com, each dedicated to one of the 12 signs of the Zodiac. In each show, Brad explains everything you’d ever want or needed to know about those particular residents of that cosmic wheel […]Read more "Brad Kronen’s Welcome to the Zodiac Series – Aries"
Einstein & Oppenheimer: O Brave, New, and Scientifically Deadly World by Brad Kronen Without a doubt, two of the greatest minds of the 20th century were Albert Einstein and J. Robert Oppenheimer. Why is it then that in the 21st century only one of these two Titans of intellectual genius has become a household name […]Read more "Einstein & Oppenheimer: O Brave, New, and Scientifically Deadly World"
The first celebrity criminals of the modern era were also this country’s first tabloid couple, given the two were romantically linked together. Not surprisingly, the law breaking lovers whom most of Depression Era America secretly rooted for were two people that were astrologically made for each other, since Aries Clyde Barrow and Libra Bonnie Parker were born beneath each other’s polar opposite sign.Read more "Bonnie & Clyde: America’s First Tabloid Couple"