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Understanding the Gemini-Sagittarius Axis: Balancing the Brain

In order for us to most effectively utilize Astrology as a vehicle for a greater depth of self-understanding and appreciation for others, it’s important for us to consider the holistic view: that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. 1,112 more words


A Fancier Shade of Fail

Luxury isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be. A perfect example of this is the Mercury LN-7. The LN-7 was an attempt to create an upmarket sporty coupe for Mercury dealers to sell to young, sporting and better-off people. 58 more words

Mercury: The Mysterious ‘Jumping Planet.’

The planet closest to our Sun is a battleground of solar winds, freezing nights and scorching days. Scarred by the ancient assault of millions of asteroids, its 4.6-billion-year history is still much a mystery. 876 more words


Finding Mercury

March 21st, 2017, 7:40 p.m. local time

Venus has been center stage in our solar system for the past several months, but in a symbolic bow-out, she has left the sky stage while her neighbors rise for their chance to shine this Spring. 600 more words


Mercury in Retrograde

Some days are foggy. They cloud my mind and blur my eyesight. But what do you expect, it’s London…

And it takes very little to levitate and tiptoe on the tops of the scattered clouds again: the voice, the laughter, that cheeky snap. 113 more words

Mad Hatters and March Hares cover art

Tor have revealed the cover art by Dave McKean for “Mad Hatters and March Hares”, which is out on 5th December 2017. I’m not sure if anybody out there actually reads this blog but I promise that I did NOT know who was doing the art when I blogged two days ago about the Folio edition of “American Gods” by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Dave McKean. 191 more words