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.
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A detailed close up of the lower right corner of the massive painting displaying everything but the kitchen sink (including live elephants and camels) on Mt. Olympus by Giulio Romano in 1526 entitled “The Banquet of Amor and Psyche”. Our title characters are depicted along with the fruit of their loving labors in the upper left corner […]
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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 above that’s heatedly disputed over to the present day. Some astrologers say a cusp period lasts 5 […]
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:
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Oklahoma City Bombing, Siege of the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas, Columbine High School Shootings, Virginia Tech Shootings, BP Explosion and Oil Spill
None of us truly know our own strength until it’s tested. And the two greatest tests a person’s strength can face are “Weariness” and “Loneliness”. Each unto itself is hard enough to persevere through but the presence of both working in tandem is one of the most daunting trials a mortal’s sense of strength can undergo. From the very […]
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In Part I of this series we saw how the changing date for when Easter occurs is determined by the most astrological of ways. But as we now shall see, Astrology plays a much bigger role with this holiday beyond just its yearly changing date.
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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?
Ah, the mysteries associated with that m
Why is lamb eaten at Easter and not rabbit?
Ah, the mysteries associated with that most unique of holidays better known as Easter.
Read more "The Astrology of Easter – Part I"