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Pablo Casals: Musician and Activist

Posted on Jan 6, 2019 in Articles & Profiles, Profiles | 0 comments

Pablo Casals was from an early age a renowned cellist, then a conductor and composer. He is famous for his discovery and performances of Bach’s Unaccompanied Cello Suites. He was from Catalan area of present-day Spain, and he lived during tumultuous times, particularly the Spanish Civil War and its aftermath. He opposed the right-wing campaign and government of Francisco Franco to his dying breath.

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Psyche and Soul: Foundations of Character

Posted on Apr 13, 2021 in Events, Featured | 0 comments

Online at Kepler College, presented by Enid Newberg and Joseph Crane
Begins May 4, Tuesday evenings beginning at 5:00 pm Pacific Time
We explore early dimensions of soul and find out how soul, psyche and astrological psychology are entwined.

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Dorothy Parker: At Wit’s End

Posted on Apr 13, 2021 in Articles, Articles & Profiles, Featured, Profiles | 1 comment

Author, poet, critic, screenwriter and one of the wittiest Americans published in the twentieth century, Dorothy Parker’s many witticisms and life’s difficulties still live with us. An astrological analysis reveals much about the woman and the times in which she lived.

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Profiles: Seventeen Exemplary Persons I’d like to meet in Heaven

Posted on Aug 13, 2020 in Featured, Profiles | 0 comments

“In these times when human nature seems darker and weaker than we know it to be, we should remind ourselves of qualities we admire and those people who exemplify them. It seems timely that my profiles now focus on individuals who hold us to a higher standard of decency, who may inspire us.”

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Astrology, Deeper and Wider: Eleven Years of Book Reviews

Posted on Aug 12, 2020 in Book Reviews, Featured | 1 comment

Even astrologers have tribal tendencies, and only talk to people in their own “bubble”. Yet many astrologers have written books that have gone beyond convention into new areas of astrological possibility. I have reviewed many of them over the past decade.

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