I am Legend is a 1954 novel concerning the fictitious life of Robert Neville, the last surviving human in the city of Los Angeles, it was written by Richard Matheson who also wrote a number of episodes for The Twilight Zone and it has been made into a movie on three occasions, most recently starring... Continue Reading →
Rhona Cameron: A Thumbnail Portrait
Rhona Cameron is a relatively little known comedienne, certainly beyond Britain's shores; I must confess that I am not especially familiar with her work, although I have seen a few snippets of her on television from time to time and I must say that I like her style. That's about as much as I can... Continue Reading →
More on Pallas: Powerhouse of Undiluted Talent.
My last article brought together the principles of Cazimi and Peregrination as identifying criteria for the most pure and profound expressions of planetary energy; in my experience there is no better method of identifying a specific astrologic archetype than identifying natives who display either Peregrinations or Cazimi placements. The first forces an 'over-expression' of the... Continue Reading →
Pallas: Archetype of Competence.
Pallas, named for Athena, is one of the most persistent and long-enduring of mythological figures, but despite the fact of 2 Pallas, the asteroid and her namesake being more than two centuries past discovery, there is remarkably little consensus about interpretive themes in the nativity. Mostly, there is some vague notion that she rules patterns... Continue Reading →
The Astrologer’s Degrees, a Study of the Evidence.
Today I wish to look in some detail at a specific phenomena that is of great interest to the astrologer, the provocatively named "Astrologer's Degree." Provocative, not least because in binary thinking (which is ultimately commonplace even among astrologers!) it suggests an on-off state, it provokes the deterministic view that an ability for astrology can... Continue Reading →