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Your HORROR - Scope for the week of: Aug. 24th, 2014

Welcome fellow star gazers.

Here’s this weeks potful of portends.

We hope you enjoy them.

Pay attention, and be alert.

The stars can be fickle at times. 516 more words


The Virgo Archetype: In Pursuit of Perfection

” A man would do nothing if he waited until he could do it so well that no one could find fault.” – John Henry Newman… 885 more words

Astrology For Hip Hop Heads

Space without the space

I have often been frustrated by the Earth-central thinking that we are in someway more significant than the other terrestrial bodies around us.  While it is true that Earth is technically the largest terrestrial body in our Solar System, the image above reminds us that much of our planet is not colonizable.   56 more words

Random Astronomy


What a sky! The archer’s bow of Luna’s waning crescent was shrouded in the glow of a low morning mist. She took aim at the parting conjunction of Venus and Jupiter; the Bringer of Peace and the Bringer of Jollity. 114 more words


Heatshield installed on NASA's Orion spacecraft

(The heatshield during installation – Photo Credit: NASA/Dimitri Gerondidakis)

Engineers and technicians have carefully installed a heatshield onto NASA’s Orion spacecraft in preparation for its first flight in December, when the ablative shield will experience temperatures up to 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit when it returns to Earth from beyond space. 482 more words