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!"
Towards the end of his not so long lived life, Richard Burton was asked by a friend what the epitaph on his grave should read. Without pausing, the actor quoted the English Romantic poet John Keats saying, “Here lies one whose name was writ in water.”
Apt words said by a person whose birth occurred while the Sun was placed in the element of Water in the sign of Scorpio. A phrase which could just as easily been applied if the epitaph included both himself and the love of his life, fellow Water sign, Elizabeth Taylor.
There’s an old astrological adage that at first glance sounds almost dimwitted for its obviousness, but its meaning holds far more of a profound significance: “Water Reflects.” Should a person born beneath the element of Water experience inner doubt or question their self-worth, quite often they’ll “reflect” the strongest aspects of their surroundings. This mirroring effect of the Water sign could take the form of imitating another in closest vicinity with the strongest ego or by the Watery person “reflecting” the traits of their overall environment should they stand out substantially more than any one person’s personality.
The love affair between actors Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton was notoriously well known in part because at its tempestuous core were two Water signs desperately trying to find their own sense of self within each other’s famous reflection.Read more "Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton: A Love Writ in Water"
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 cosmic wheel […]Read more "Brad Kronen’s Welcome to the Zodiac Series – Pisces"
Einstein & Oppenheimer: O Brave, New, and Scientifically Deadly World by Brad Kronen Without a doubt, two of the greatest minds of the 20th century were Albert Einstein and J. Robert Oppenheimer. Why is it then that in the 21st century only one of these two Titans of intellectual genius has become a household name […]Read more "Einstein & Oppenheimer: O Brave, New, and Scientifically Deadly World"
Before vying for the highest and hardest job position in this country, there was The Donald. Before TV audiences watched him terminate members of his staff with nervous anticipation each week, there was The Donald.Read more "The Birthing of “The Donald” – Donald & Ivana Trump"
Rupert Murdoch’s astrological chart, both natally and by progression, along with the birth charts of his lackeys are rife with the mythological symbols and references that would indicate the reigning Emperor of Publishing has aroused the disapproving anger of the Gods of Antiquity, and that retribution must be made in order to restore the desecration of Justice, itself.Read more "Rupert Murdoch & His Media Empire: The Humbled become the Hunted, Part I"
Hardly anyone realizes that “I Love Lucy” was Lucille Ball’s last attempt to salvage her marriage, which by the time her show premiered, was close to being thoroughly disintegrated.Read more "Booze, Broads, & Babalu – The Marriage of Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz"