https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/lionly Lionly Jump to navigation Jump to search English Etymology From lion + -ly. Adjective lionly (comparative more lionly, superlative most lionly) Relating to or resembling a lion quotations ▲ 1738, Milton, John, “The Reaſon of Church-Government Urg’d againſt Prelaty, Book II”, in A Complete Collection of the Historical, Political, and Miscellaneous Works of John Milton, […]Read more "Brad Kronen referenced in Wikionary.org!"
Did you ever wonder why Christmas falls on the same day of the year but Easter doesn’t?
Why does Easter have bunnies delivering eggs? Bunnies don’t lay eggs….do they?
What’s with all the pastels?
Why is lamb eaten at Easter and not rabbit?
These and many other nagging holiday questions are addressed in Brad Kronen’s book “The Astrology of Easter & Other Holy-days”. And Kronen doesn’t put all of his eggs in just one holiday basket. The renowned astrologer looks at other holidays that are considered religious “holy-days” which admittedly are obscure and barely known by the general public but are rich in traditions based in religion, history, and astrology as well. Holy-days such as:
St. Patrick’s Day, Michaelmas, as well as the Feast of St. Lucy.Read more "Brad Kronen Explores Holidays that are Holy Days with his book “The Astrology of Easter & Other Holy-Days”"
Many in the modern day are unaware one of the most well-loved films of all time, the Civil War epic “Gone With The Wind” is also an astrological work of art where astrology is masterfully interwoven throughout the story’s cast of characters and sprawling plot.Read more "Brad Kronen Takes a New Look at an Old Favorite: “Gone with the Wind – An Astrological Work of Art”"
Did you know the Virgin Mary has a special kind of haunting called a “Marian Apparition”? Did you also know many of those whom the Mother of Christ appears before end up being “incorruptible”, meaning their bodies don’t rot after they die? Rip my heart out and call me incorruptible! This non-decomposing fun fact and so much more is covered in Brad’s latest book, “The Mysticism of Mary” a fascinating and detailed look at the Catholic Church’s force of the ancient feminine better known as Mary.
And who wants to make a bet about assuming to always know the correct meaning of the term “Immaculate Conception” but after reading Brad’s book they now know better?
Organized Religion…..never a dull moment.Read more "Brad Kronen Explores Mystical Catholicism in his book “The Mysticism of Mary”"
Throughout the near entirety of the calendar year of 2019, the planet associated with Luck and Good Fortune called the “The Great Benefic” otherwise known as Jupiter will be transiting through the sign the King of Planets naturally rules over, Sagittarius. With this double emphasis of the lucky planet travelling through the lucky sign, […]Read more "Brad Kronen Presents his two books to counterbalance the Jupiterian Year of 2019 – “A Series of Unfortunate Sagittarian Events: Parts I & II”"
“The Hubris Manifestor” is the topic of Brad Kronen’s latest book and also is a first of its kind unique astrological theory of Brad’s own making.Read more "Brad Kronen Publishes First of its Kind Astrological Theory in his Book “The Hubris Manifestor & The Solar Personality”"
Hercules. Achilles. Perseus. Many today are familiar with these iconic heroes from ancient Greece due to such 21st century films as “Hercules”, “Troy”, and “Clash of the Titans”. But ask anyone in the present day if they are at all familiar with the epic tale of “Cupid & Psyche” and it’s practically a guarantee, most, if not all, will draw a total blank.
This is quite surprising when considering the epic action and adventure ancient love story of “Cupid & Psyche” that’s nearly all but forgotten in the present day was the most commonly known and well-loved ancient Greek myth throughout most of Western culture during the 16th through 19th centuries.
Nearly all but forgotten in the present day – until now.Read more "Brad Kronen Presents His Latest Book “The Epic Tale of Cupid & Psyche”"