I just finished reading Civilization One, a History/Science book written by Christopher Knight and Alan Butler. The book, published in 2004, focuses on a possible/probable measuring system used by the Megalithic builders of pre-history primarily in what is now Britain and France. It later compares that system to those used by other ancient cultures including… Continue reading Civilization One
"Many astronomy sources state that astrology is not a science. Can you speak to that idea?" To answer this, I want to take us on a brief journey. The Four Elements In my novels, I discuss the four elements, which are represented by the four suits in the Tarot. I also discuss what each symbolizes:… Continue reading Astrology vs Science
Astrology is all about angles. Whether reading charts or conjuring up horoscopes, an Astrologer cannot escape angles, numbers, geometry, and math. Thankfully, some things are easier to see than others. The most obvious and conspicuous aspects are conjunctions. That's because the planets in question pass right by each other. Since a chart is an approximation,… Continue reading Ships Passing in the Night
Hello star gazers, Today's post is my latest video blog. Check it out here: And share it with your friends if you enjoyed it...
Hi Everyone! Last night was another amazing evening for star gazing. I heard from friends on the West Coast that it was raining last night. I therefore decided to do a video blog for today illustrating the dance between Venus and Jupiter this year from February through June. It's not perfect. I'm still learning the… Continue reading Jupiter Venus Dance