Sunday, November 21, 2010

Woolly Mammoth Chronicles debuts!

Please consider this your cordial invitation to drop by my newly created blog which hopefully may aid me (and perhaps you) in dealing with Science's plan to clone the DNA of a woolly mammoth. I'll be posting on-topic news links, info, and my own Odes to a Woolly Mammoth which you may check out, if you wish.

Actually, I just placed the blog's feed in the Secret Moon Art sidebar to your right, or you may simply click the direct link to Woolly Mammoth Chronicles and join in the fun and frettings! Your comments, article links, and woolly mammoth poems are welcome as well, and if you have a chance, please answer the woolly mammoth poll in the upper right corner, if you dare.

We may not be ready for a woolly mammoth from prehistoric times to walk upon the face of the earth once more but that's not going to interfere with Science's grand vision to do just that!

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Celestial View from Turquoise Arch

In Georgia today it's cloudy and rainy and I'm in a Celestial View from Turquoise Arch kind of

Thursday November 4, 2010 brings us Sun in Scorpio, Moon in Libra since we're just before a New Moon @13Sco40, the position of Venus' retrograde station degree of October 8, 2010.

This gives us a rather lovely midpoint picture and flavor of the day to consider for the New Moon: Sun/Moon = Venus: artistic interests; harmony; friendship; love awareness. (Tyl; Ebertin.)

A few famous folk who share the Sun Sco-Moon Lib blend in their natal charts are: Jayne Mansfield, Billie Jean King, Sylvia Plath, Ted Turner, Francois Mitterrand, and Marie Antoinette.

And the New Moon's Sun Sco-Moon Sco?

Ah, that blend is shared natally by the likes of: Georgia O'Keefe, Leif Garrett, Dracula's daddy Bram Stoker, politician and global operator Howard Baker, and The View's Whoopi Goldberg.