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Space stuff.

Space travel has been experiencing a slight nadir in recent years. The space shuttle program was wound up in 2011, and ever since, NASA has been forced to crawl to the Russians for assistance in getting to the International Space Station. 876 more words


Musical Musings from a Radio News Anchor

Musical Musings from a Radio News Anchor

by Zach Quinn

I don’t listen to a lot of music. Whether that is because I don’t have the patience for it or am slowly going deaf, I am not quite sure. 305 more words


Channeling part deux

I took my (erhm… really, my boyfriend’s) advice and took the clonazepam halfway through my project, after getting out the skeletal aspects of it.  Here is the result, a drawing for my father (with metallic Sharpies and a black Sharpie).  97 more words

Bipolar Disorder And/or Depression

NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your Guide to Planetary Energies for November 24 - 30, 2014, by Pam Younghans

Photo: Auroras over Hamnøy, Lofoten Islands, Norway on November 16, 2014
(credit: Alex Conu, posted on SpaceWeather.com)

IT’S THANKSGIVING WEEK in the United States. The timing is appropriate astrologically, since the Sun always enters Sagittarius right before the holiday, and Sag is known for a generally more positive outlook than many of the other signs of the zodiac. 1,086 more words


Carl Boudreau: - Hard Aspects on Tuesday, 11/18/14.

November 16 at 6:28pm ·

Astrology Status for 11/16/2014 – Hard Aspects on Tuesday, 11/18/14

There was one other day in November I probably should tell people about so we aren’t caught completely off guard. 108 more words


NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your Guide to Planetary Energies for November 17 - 23, 2014, by Pam Younghans

SAVE THE DATE! I’ve just posted an announcement on my blogsite for my January 8 teleclass about the first six months of 2015. I’m calling the class “At the Door of a New Age,” and here’s the title page graphic: 852 more words