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The Planets, Holst and Sovereignty

If you want to go beyond words, which I admit have vast limitations when it comes to trying to describe cosmic influences, then do try listening to Gustav Holst’s Planet Suite to get a feel for the qualities of each planetary governor. 395 more words


A lesson in rejection and betrayal

I feel a fool. An utter fool.

I have been betrayed by a person who has been a nearest and dearest friend, someone I have known for decades. 355 more words


The Sun and Moon: The Male and Female Archetypes

The Sun and Moon are usually considered the two most important planets in understanding one’s astrology.  They represent the male and female archetypes—the Sun shows how we project our will and the Moon shows our personality and emotional nature. 581 more words

The Planets

A Constant State of Heightened Sexual Exhilaration

I happened to be outside this morning at 4:00am. The summer constellations twinkled merrily. The Milky Way was exactly that. And there were the planets – Jupiter, Mars and Saturn – diamonds in the glittery rough of a billion, billion suns. 50 more words

A Verbal Scrapbook

Auditions for Albany Pro Musica for 2018-2019 Season

TROY, NEW YORK       Albany Pro Musica announces auditions for the 2018-2019 season which will include a performance of Benjamin Britten’s monumental work War Requiem with the  264 more words


Isao Tomita's Science Fiction In Sound

By: Vivienne Wilder

Perhaps there is a new concept: ‘Science Fiction in Sound’. Can we overcome through this the realities of everyday life, our time and physical limitations and so contact our fantasy, our imagination? 1,408 more words

Henry Wood was born #OnThisDay in 1869

Sir Henry Joseph Wood

was an English conductor best known for his association with London’s annual series of promenade concerts known as The Proms.

Henry Wood conducted The Proms for nearly half a century, introducing hundreds of new works to British audiences. 295 more words