The Toolbox and Kaleidoscope – Part 2

Part 2: The Kaleidoscope Kaleidoscopes have fascinated children and adults for generations. According to Wikipedia, the kaleidoscope was invented in 1817 by a Scotsman named David Brewster. If you’re unfamiliar with this instrument (some may call it a toy), the most basic design is a long cylinder with a triangular wall of mirrors lining the …

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It Is What You Make It

Astrological insight can be used subtly or rigorously, and anywhere in between-- depending on your own preference. Some people are perfectly satisfied following the Moon cycles, checking the current Moon sign and seeing which house the Moon is transiting through in their chart on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Some are content watching videos …

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Interpret Your Own Birth Chart

Have you been gathering information about your astrology birth chart from various sources (through books and/or social media)? Have you become overwhelmed or discouraged after trying to piece the information together, unable to grasp the analysis of your whole chart? Do you find it difficult to extract valuable and accurate information in an understandable manner? …

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Christopher Robin: The Person Behind the Character

We’ve been offered two movies recently with Christopher Robin at the center of attention. In September 2017, Goodbye Christopher Robin came out, followed by the August 3, 2018 release of Christopher Robin. Christopher Robin Milne was the son of A. A. Milne, the author made famous for his beloved children’s stories of Winnie-the-Pooh and friends. …

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