“Ertrinken. Versinken. Unbewusst. Hochste Lust!””To drown. To sink Unconscious. O Greatest Bliss!”Final words of both the character of Isolde and the climactic ending of Richard Wagner’s Neptunian masterpiece, “Tristan und Isoolde” One would be extremely hard pressed to find an individualized artwork or item deemed a masterpiece that fulfills a large number of artistic and […]Read more "Transformational Ecstasy: Neptunian Bliss Embodied by Jessye Norman’s Performance of Wagner’s “Liebestod”"
The woman who set the example of so many Political “firsts” has been the inspirational source for many of the biggest political trail blazers of today.Read more "“MRS.” PRESIDENT: The Political Trials & Triumphs of Shirley Chisholm, The “First” Lady of American Politics"
Locking Goat Horns – Boxing and The Greatest Capricorn Fighters of the 20th Century by: Brad Kronen The Three Fighting Goat Boys – Joe Frazier (left), born January 12th, George Foreman (center), born January 10th, and Muhammad Ali (right), born January 17th. Street Fighting versus the Art of Boxing The former deals primarily with Luck. […]Read more "Locking Goat Horns – Boxing and The Greatest Capricorn Fighters of the 20th Century"
A cartoon of Uranus’ “Frankenstein” Moon, MirandaRead more "O Brave! and Beautiful? New World! Celebrities Born with Uranus in Taurus- Part I: Famous Females"
Recent veteran testimonials reveal Prince Philip’s heroic thoughts and actions during World War II..Read more "Royal Blush: Thoughts about Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh"
Greetings Everyone and Happy Saint Valentine’s Day! Valentine’s Day of 2021 marks a special and unique period of time. Not only will this year’s Holiday of Love be marked by a massive stellium (meaning 3 or more) heavenly bodies of the Sun, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, and the planet of Love, Venus all positioned in the […]Read more "Brad Kronen’s Valentine’s Day Horoscopes for 2021!"
Brad Kronen, in his contribution to LLewellyn Publishing’s Yearly Journal which fobuses on the notorious “27 Club”clearly demonstrates that there really is such a thing as too much of a good thing.Read more "Brad Kronen Contributes to LLewellyn Publishing’s Prestigious Yearly Journal"