The United States launched an airstrike Thursday evening. According to Fox News, it resulted in the death of an Iranian general and other military officials at Baghdad International Airport in Iraq. This is a major blow to the Obama Administration 2015 Iran deal . The Hudson Institute points this out in an article here, so we are doing Obama’s official chart against the Soleimani too. Notice the conjunction of Soleimani’s Mars to Obama’s Moon 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
Having just finished Karen Christino’s biography on “Eva Adams” one can say the controversy of Adam’s birthdate is barely settled. Christino says Evangeline, a popular name at the time, was born to the poor side of the Adams family on Pavonia Avenue, right next to Journal Square (where the PATH station is these days) Jersey City, New Jersey February 8, 1868 at 8:36 am. Marc Jones has the same time, and perhaps this is what
Henry Dreyfuss is not a household name, but his designs are objects that fill and beautify our homes like the Royal Quiet de Luxe Typewriter, the Westclox Big Ben alarm clock, the Western Electric desk, vacuum cleaners for Hoover and the AT&T desk and Princess line phones, the round thermostat for Honeywell (cloned by Nest though still in use). He lead the forefront of American industrial for decades until his death in 1972. Dreyfuss’s name
HOW DO I LOVE THEE? (From Sonnets from the Portuguese) by Elizabeth Barrett Browning HOW do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of Being and ideal Grace. I love thee to the level of everyday’s Most quiet need, by sun and candle-light.