NASA.gov – December 2002: Earth and Saturn had an extraordinarily close encounter. The ringed planet was only 1.2 billion km from Earth – about as close as it could get – and its rings were tipped towards us. The view through a telescope was simply breathtaking.
I slowly stepped up to the lens and as trite as this sounds by both myself and NASA.gov, what I then saw took my breath away – quite literally.
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The dichotomy of differences between the personal lives of Abraham Lincoln and his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, made them not only appear truly odd together as a couple, it must additionally be stated neither was the other’s first choice for a romantic partner.
Much like their opposing backgrounds, History has placed nearly every one of President Lincoln’s deeds through a predominantly positive lens, while dualistically the vast majority of his wife’s actions have been put through a filter that’s as unattractive as it is thoroughly negative.
Astrologically, the Lincolns’ historical personae reflect the inherently best and worst aspects of the signs each was born under.
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Renowned astrologer 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 […]
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Despite the two words listed above being associated with a famed celebrity whom much of the world adores and admires, they speak of a fabricated creation.
The surname of “Turner” represents a branding of Scorpionic control since it refers to the last name of its domineering creator. The significance of the first name is important only for its phonetic similarity to a female superhero from the world of comic books, Sheena, Queen of the Jungle.
Before the musical duo that was “Ike and Tina” is examined any further, some realistic truths must first be relayed. Much like how society’s perception of his natal sign has become more and more myopic in the present day, with only the most cartoon-like aspects of the unevolved Scorpio personality being noticed, Ike Turner is viewed by many in the 21st century strictly through a distorted lens of the most evil, villainous kind. Case in point, the character of Ike Turner from the film, “What’s Love Got To Do With It” ranked #4 in Vibe Magazine’s “Best Movie Bad Guys”.
Unbeknownst but factually true none the less, there is a lot more behind the man whose name will most likely go down in Rock History primarily as “that drugged up crazy dude who beat up Tina”.
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Freedom. A quality most Americans assume is a natural condition of life, akin to the assumption that breathing is an obvious and necessary aspect to being alive. As I have aged, I finally can say I understand why we observe dates such as the 4th of July and Veteran’s Day. These legal holidays mean much […]
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