Text Format Horoscopes

Text Format Horoscopes Many years ago, I had two clients sitting in front of me, discussing how I send a follow-up e-mail, and the one client was explaining to her friend, “Just read it and then, hear Kramer saying it out loud, like, imagine he’s just talking to you. He writes like he’s just talking […] read more

End of the World

End of the World End of the World? I think not. There is a preponderance of planets in Virgo, but I’ve been writing about this in my horoscopes for the last few weeks; oddly enough to me, more than one psychic has asked me about this. Mars, Venus, and Mercury all in the tropical zodiac […] read more

Libra 2017

Libra 2017 Looks like the Sun enters the Tropical Zodiac Sign of Libra around 2 PM, Sept. 22, 2017. Libra 2017 One of my FaceBook buddies was getting her knickers all knotted up about Sept. 23, and how it was the end of the world. Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Wildfires? Earth, wind and fire? What seems missing? […] read more

Reading the Tarot

Reading the Tarot While I wouldn’t agree with most, certainly investing presentation for a link-bait reading list, pairing Reading and Tarot. Your mileage may vary… #tarot […] read more

via The Scottish Play

via The Scottish Play “Let every man be master of his time/Till seven at night.” MacBeth in Shakespeare’s Scottish Play, 3.1.40-1 Check the fineprint… […] read more

Heraclitus

Heraclitus Heraclitus of Ephesus – Stefano Bertuzzi From Heraclitus, Fragments Number 6 “The sun is new every day.” Number 12 “You cannot step twice into the same rivers ; for fresh waters are flowing in upon you.” Number 74 “It is the thunderbolt that steers the course of all things.” Fragments – Heraclitus, Brooks Haxton […] read more

Glyphs

Glyphs Pretty sure it was this week’s horoscopes that I finally completed the most recent round of signs, the symbols, the glyphs I use to mark each sign in the weekly horoscopes . Project began more than a year ago, and I’m finally at a point where it feels comfortable to me. My goal was […] read more

The Seventh Function of Language

The Seventh Function of Language The Seventh Function of Language – Laurent Binet & Sam Taylor Good press, and nice reviews are enticing. A word play in the opening sentences with an existential reference was fun, if acerbic? Prospero in Shakespeare’s The Tempest owes his power over the natural world to his books. In the […] read more

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