Happy Autumn, Everyone! It’s the first week of October and for many of us this time of year is a reminder to begin motivating ourselves in preparation for a particular seasonal activity – Christmas Shopping! Brad thought he would ease some of the potential Yuletide pressure by letting everyone know his astrological dating guide […]Read more "Brad Kronen’s Astrological Dating Guide “Love in the Stars” Now Individually Tailor Made for each Zodiacal Sign!"
Death & The Maidens: Sylvia Plath, Assia Wevill, & Ted Hughes by Brad Kronen Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath in their Boston apartment, 1958 “Can you understand? Someone, somewhere, can you understand me a little, love me a little? For all my despair, for all my ideals, for all that – I […]Read more "Death & The Maidens – Sylvia Plath, Assia Wevill, and Ted Hughes"
As with anything possessing key significance within the Universe, Pluto’s conjunction to the Moon has repercussions in both the positive and negative spectrums for Polanski. The primal power created by their conjunction in the positive spectrum enabled the man to survive both his childhood and the War. Yet the Moon being placed next to Pluto produced repercussions deep within the negative spectrum that have held influence over the darkest depths of Polanski’s psyche, causing him to act from a place of pure impulse with no rational thought or moral sense of judgement being applied whenever triggered. All in all the repercussions from both spectrums would indicate that Roman Polanski has existed in a state of inner unrest for most of his life.
Inner unrest that throughout the course of his life would drive him to search for that most elusive treasure which lies beneath the Moon’s domain – the inner peace and fulfilling contentment brought about by emotional security.Read more "Roman Polanski: The Ever Elusive Search for Security, Part II"
There are some people in this world whose lives are not to be believed. With a statement of that kind, one immediately assumes a reference is being made to those who are maverick rogues or bold adventurers due to the automatic presumption their lives are THAT exciting and function wholly within the positive spectrum of things.
Not so with Roman Polanski.
Practically from the moment the man entered this plane of existence, he was forced to face horrors so profoundly disturbing, one has a hard time accepting the fact these various layers of Hell were all experienced by the same individual over the course of just his life span.Read more "Roman Polanski: The Ever Elusive Search for Security, Part I"
Confronted With Leonine Passion: The Joy that was Julia Child by Brad Kronen Julia Child made America realize cooking could be fun as well as an expression of joy filled passion. “Learn how to cook, try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless and above all have fun.” – Julia Child […]Read more "Confronted with Leonine Passion: The Joy that was Julia Child"
For decades, she was remembered only as F. Scott Fitzgerald’s crazy wife who caused the author nothing but problems and heartache. However, Zelda Fitzgerald’s life along with her written work have taken on a renewed interest in recent times among literary critics, film producers, and fans alike.Read more "Zelda Fitzgerald – The Life that might have Been"
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.Read more "The Mother of Us All: The Nurturing Nature of Roy Horn"