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Friday, 05. May 2006
Living in Time
The chapters are presented in an order which you might enjoy to follow if you are starting off in astrology. If you want to pick around, however, give each chapter a good scan, for this book offers an approach which sees things in wholes, and you’ll miss the point if you simply seek bits!
Living in Time and how time passes – written by Palden Jenkins in 1985-86, published in 1987. This is the re-published online version.
Also you can download a zipfile containing the HTML pages and illustrations (1.3Mb), for viewing on your computer and/or printing out. When extracted, the files in this zipfile will need to be allowed to deposit themselves into a new folder and some sub-folders under it.
Interesting reading for the weekend ...
Hot News or Hoax?
The Da Vinci quiz by The Scotsman. (English)
The most talked-about film of the year is coming - but do you know enough about its complex plot to hold your own at the water-cooler? Test your knowledge with this brain teaser.
Is your kid indigo? by NewsDay. (English)
Wouldn't it be a relief to know your children aren't going to turn out lazy or rude - to find out that, despite your daily struggles, your kid's behavior is somehow part of a divine plan for both his or her future and the future of the world?
Witches dispel myths of ‘untraditional’ religion by Nashua Telegraph. WITH PICS. (English)
While there is always an ebb and flow to spiritual searching, it seems to have been waxing since the terrorist attacks. A lot of people were coming in during the weeks that followed 9/11,” Alden Bellavance said of her shop, Ancient Moon, at 107 W. Pearl St. “They’d look kind of lost, like they didn’t know why they came in.”
Why We Haven't Met Any Aliens by Seed Magazine. (English)
The story goes like this: Sometime in the 1940s, Enrico Fermi was talking about the possibility of extra-terrestrial intelligence with some other physicists. They were impressed that life had evolved quickly and progressively on Earth. They figured our galaxy holds about 100 billion stars, and that an intelligent, exponentially-reproducing species could colonize the galaxy in just a few million years.
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