Gary W. Lineker was a football striker. In European football, or American soccer, the team sets up the striker, who has the power and maneuverability to actually “strike” the ball into score position. Lineker played for several top teams in Britain and Europe. After retiring, Lineker became the Match of the Day (commonly referred to as MOTD) host, and he receives £1.35 million (or 1.65 million USD) from the BBC for his expertise. Match of
Angela Lansbury, the star of “Murder, She Wrote,” died on Thursday, her family announced. “The children of Dame Angela Lansbury are sad to announce that their mother died peacefully in her sleep at home in Los Angeles at 1:30 AM today, Tuesday, October 11, 2022, just five days shy of her 97th birthday,” her family said in a statement to news outlets.
A comedian does Scrooge Sir Alastair Sim was a British actor who is best known for his role as Scrooge in the Dicken’s Christmas classic, Scrooge c. 1951. It plays somewhere on television every Christmas though recently that is just via streaming. Luckily, someone put up a copy on YouTube for the rest of us. He married his student Naomi in 1930 when he was the Fulton Lecturer in Elocution at New College, Edinburgh University.
The First Film Sherlock Clive Brook, a popular British actor, the first to play Sherlock Holmes on film. His bearing and elocution set the stage for the popular Basil Rathbone, and even the later, much later, Benedict Cumberbatch. Thatmakes sense as his chart has an incredible preponderance of Gemini spanning the whole of the tenth house, perhaps highlighting both his sardonic wit and acting career. This air preponderance suggests he was very communicative, enjoyed feedback,
Thor’s Hammer exposes scandals, and clandestine behavior and how much they will affect you depends upon whether the luminaries or the Ascendant are effected. In Sir Francis Bacon’s, the man accredited with insisting upon experimentation to buttress observation and so considered the Father of Scientific Research, chart it was a deadly combination: first disloyal to his patron and then a corrupt judge. Bacon’s Inductive Reasoning At Cambridge, Bacon read and studied the Scholastics and came
John Ruskin was the leading English art critic of the Victorian era, as well as an art patron, draughtsman, watercolourist, philosopher, prominent social thinker and philanthropist. e wrote on subjects as varied as geology, architecture, myth, ornithology, literature, education, botany and political economy and is considered the major Victorian Prophet. Ruskin was Born February 8 1819 in London, England, at 7:30 in the morning to a Scots wine merchant who had moved to London for
Aleister Crowley wrote prodigiously. His works “The Book of the Law”, “Magick in Theory and Practice,” Diary of Drug Fiend and “The Book of Thoth” are almost de rigueur reading for occultists. His tarot deck, the Thoth Tarot, is nonpareil. It was created with Lady Frieda Harris and Israel Regardie, then his personal secretary and later president of the Golden Dawn. The trio is depicted on the deck’s Nine of Disks, that is titled
Jane Austen born December 16, 1775, during the Revolutionary War in Winchester, England. She was a great writer of mystery romances. — Pride and Prejudice is a good intro because it is short. Sense and Sensibility is the better effort. Emma and the great Persuasion are solid literary efforts with the latter her best. Northanger Abbey is an early work with not much there as it is a copy of Italian novellas of the time.
Sir Patrick Stewart was born on July 13, 1940 in Mirfield, Yorkshire, England at around 2 o’clock in the afternoon or a rising 23 Libra 19 to Alfred and Gladys Stewart. This gives him the [HS] of “druid’s oak tree” or the ability to call forth distant spirits and make it part of his own reality, a rather good description of his work as Jean-Luc Picard in the Star Trek series and more recently in
hat’s a lot of septiles While we have looked at a preponderance of septiles in people with health problems (Roger Ailes, Tsavertich Alexei) and even alcoholics (Fitzgerald), this time we see them in Alexander McQueen’s chart — he has 7. Marc Jones wrote that this preponderance indicated fatalistic thinking — that the person could not come with alternatives to a dark scenario and so blindly followed a predetermined path as though they were devoid of
John Stuart Mill was the most influential English language philosopher of the nineteenth century, a logician, naturalist and an exponent of Utilitarianism, he is considered an intellectual powerhouse who advocated the delegate model of electoral rights and thus knowledge comes from experience, a cornerstone of liberal philosophy.