Monthly Archives: September 2015

HUMORSCOPES Week of 9-27-15 “May the Farce be with You!!!”


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Aries – (March 21 – April 19) It wasn’t funny then, but it sure is funny now! Use The Farce to write a song about it! The time is NOW!

Taurus(April 20 – May 20) It wasn’t funny then, but it sure is funny now! Use The Farce, just because. The time is NOW!

Gemini (May 21 – June 20) It wasn’t funny then, but it sure is funny now! Use The Farce to capitalize on the giggle factor. The time is NOW!

Cancer (June 21 – July 22) It wasn’t funny then, but it sure is funny now! Use The Farce to raise the haha quotient. The time is NOW!

Leo(July 23 – August 22) It wasn’t funny then, but it sure is funny now! Use The Farce to put down the pen and regroup. The time…

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Sexual Orientation, Evil Houses, Hellfire, and more! (Ep. Six of my Astro Q&A show)


Vic DiCara's Astrology

How does astrology work?

My book, Beautifully Rational Philosophy of Astrology, is all about this.

Essentially, Astrology is a way that the universe lets us know what “karmas” will unfold for us. “Karmas” are the results in this life of deeds weve done, and decisions we’ve made, in our past lives.

The planets don’t “do” anything “to” us – they are symbols, words in the language mother nature uses to communicate with us. The symbolism is basic and natural, but becomes complicated and sophisticated due to the subtleties of of all the possible combinations they form.

How reliable is Astrology?

My book, Beautifully Rational Philosophy of Astrology, is all about this, too!

It’s reliable, but very difficult to use. It’s a lot like predicting the weather. We know a lot of the basics of how weather works, but when you put everything together in the real world, there are…

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Find Best Vedic Indian Astrologer in London UK

Hmm. Sounds like an advertisement.

Vedic astrology or jyotish is an ancient practice in India.  The practice is continued still today, and it helps people in large numbers of ways. Lots of people face different problems in life ranging from job, love, health and peace. Despite giving continuous efforts, it might often be difficult to get rid of the problems. In fact, life becomes a puzzle in such a situation, it is hard to come out of the condition. At the same time, many people even fail to understand that some things in life are beyond human explanation.

Love Spells in UK

In these situations, you will have to get guidance from Indian astrology. The UK Astrologer can undoubtedly give a peace giving solution by means of which you can certainly get rid of lots of complications. In fact, regardless your problems, the spiritual guru will give you suggestions and advices for numerous problems. Consequently, this will…

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The Story Behind Saturn

Jessica Davidson

The Saturn Archetype

Saturn represents our need for structure and limits. It shows our relationship to reality, necessity and time, keeping us grounded and secure. It reveals the facts of existence: suffering, old age and death, and the workings of karma and justice. Saturn is the ruler of Capricorn. The symbol is the cross of matter above the crescent of the soul.

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Our old dog

Tommy Tomlinson


It’s not fair to write about a dying dog. Just those last two words are enough. Automatic tears. So I understand if you stop here. But I need to say a few words about our old dog Fred. It’s not all sad. Not even mostly. I’ve been meaning to write this for months, with the idea that you should celebrate the things you love while they’re still around. It turns out I need to do it now. Not that it matters to Fred — I’m pretty sure he can’t read this, although he has fooled us on many things over the years. Just in case he can: Good boy. Such a good boy.

Let’s do the sad part first. Fred has a big tumor on his liver. It’s most likely one of two cancers, both malignant. He might have a few weeks, might not have tomorrow. They could do surgery…

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10 Things to Check Off Before Flying Your Drone for the First Time


Drones present an exciting new world of possibilities for photographers looking to explore and capture their world. Never before has aerial photography been as accessible to the masses as it currently is thanks to companies such as DJI. However, to quote a line from Spiderman: “With great power comes great responsibility.” Drones can be dangerous if not used properly, and it is important to know the basics before taking off with your drone.

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Speed, smoke and adrenaline – putting the Fujifilm X-T1 to the test

Fujifilm Corporate Blog

By Jordan Butters

I first fell into motorsport photography almost by accident, through an interest in the competitive motorsport of ‘drifting’. Having tried my hand at driving in the sport for a brief spell, I hung up my race helmet and picked up a camera.

For the uninitiated – drifting is like all the best bits of a race rolled into one; the close calls, the smoke, the sliding, the excitement and the crashes. Competitors have to ‘drift’ powerful rear wheel drive cars around a predefined series of corners at high speed and angle according to criteria set out by three judges – this is often done in ‘tandem’ with another car for added excitement! I’ve photographed everything from historic classics to rallying and GT racing and, if anything, you have to have your wits about you more when shooting drifting than any of the above – it’s without a…

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Hearty Vegetable Chili

My Meals are on Wheels

Wanted to pass this Hearty Vegetable Chili along to everyone. It’s from the CooksRecipes website. Home of countless delicious and healthy recipes.

Hearty Vegetable Chili

Hearty Vegetable Chili A truly one-pot meal, this hearty chili will satisfy the biggest of appetites. Make lots because it’s even better the next day.

Recipe Ingredients:Cooksrecipes 2

1 onion, chopped
1 green bell pepper, chopped
3/4 cup chopped celery
3/4 cup dry red wine or water
3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 (28-ounce) can whole tomatoes, chopped and juice reserved
1 1/2 cups water
1/4 cup tomato paste
4 teaspoons chili powder
1 tablespoon MAGGI Vegetarian Vegetable Flavor Bouillon Cubes
1 teaspoon cumin
2 (15-ounce) cans kidney or pinto beans, drained and rinsed
2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
Sour cream (optional)

Cooking Directions:

Combine onion, bell pepper, celery, wine and garlic in large saucepan. Cook over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, for 6 to 8…

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MnDOT is researching how data and images collected by drones, such as the Aeryon Skyranger shown here, could aid bridge inspectors.
MnDOT is researching how data and images collected by drones, such as the Aeryon Skyranger shown here, could aid bridge inspectors.

In recent years, drones made headlines for fighting wars overseas,detecting crop conditions, keeping an eye on power lines and evendelivering retail goods.

As the flying electronic devices became easier to use and less expensive, all sorts of individuals, businesses, nonprofit groups and government organizations – including the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) – are exploring ways to use them.

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8 Nutritious and Delicious Foods You Should Be Eating

Our Better Health

These are key superfoods that should be a part of a healthy diet.

By David Zinczenko / Huffington     September 22, 2015


It may be green and leafy, but spinach is no nutritional wallflower, and you know from reading Eat This, Not That!. This noted muscle builder is a rich source of plant-based omega-3s and folate, which help reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and osteoporosis. Bonus: Folate also increases blood flow to the nether regions, helping to protect you against age-related sexual issues. And spinach is packed with lutein, a compound that fights macular degeneration (and may help your sex drive). Aim for 1 cup fresh spinach or 1/2 cup cooked per day.

SUBSTITUTES: Kale, bok choy, romaine lettuce

FIT IT IN: Make your salads with spinach; add spinach to scrambled eggs; drape it over pizza; mix it with marinara sauce and then microwave for an…

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And Again What NOW~5th Dimensional Consciousness

The New Divine Humanity

L'Aura Pleiadian

So Many of YOU are going through Tremendous Bliss and Joy having Arrived and having left the “waiting” of a future that only represented being non present (3D Consciousness) and many of you are Moving in and out of 5th Dimensional Consciousness and are GOING through a healing crisis, where things aren’t the way you “expected” them to be and you don’t feel the way you “anticipated” to feel.

The Voice that tells you~ this isn’t the way I wanted it to be, is NOT the YOU in 5th Dimensional Consciousness speaking, it is the voice of 3D Consciousness.

When YOU KNOW this and Accept this, and ACCEPT the Transition that is PART of your PARTICIPATION in your OWN Evolution through APPLYING the Awareness you NOW know of 5th Dimensional CONSCIOUSNESS, that is,  Unconditional LOVE and ACCEPTANCE to the OLD way, that is LITERALLY falling AWAY, YOU will experience Greater and…

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