June 11, 2019

Search and Seizure of Women - My Views on Women's Reproductive Rights

I'm posting this here because I have nowhere else to publish this many words.

Face it folks, this is not about discrimination. It's about power over women. It's about a corporation / political party and / or a person trying to force his/her/their morality on everyone else. Sorry, but you don't get to tell me how to live my life. Those decisions are between me, my physician, and the Source who created me. I support a woman's right to choose and be responsible for that choice. Are contraception and abortion morally wrong? I don't know. And until God comes down here and personally tells us it is, you don't know, either, so don't try to b.s. us. The woman, and only the woman, has to face her Creator. You're not responsible for what she does any more than you're responsible if Joe Blow decides to massacre his family or Jane Doe decides to rob the local bank. God is not going to send you to hell for what someone else does, so relax - and back off.

I am sick to death of the loudmouth, Bible thumping, radical Christian Moral Minority who have hijacked our government telling the rest of us how we can and cannot live, what we can and cannot say, what we can and cannot believe, 
who we can and cannot love, who we can and cannot marry, what we can and cannot do in our own homes and our own beds.

I'm not pro-abortion. I'm pro-choice. I do not know a single woman who has gotten pregnant just to have an abortion, do you? It's not like getting a tattoo, or our ears pierced. I've yet to hear a woman say, "That was fun! Let's do it again!" The 4th amendment of the constitution clearly gives the American people the right "to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, and shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized." If forcing a woman to carry a fetus she doesn't want or can't afford to raise isn't a search and seizure of her body, then I don't know what is. 

Here's a word of advice: Watch what people do, not what they say. Don't tell us how pious you are. Show us what you're doing to make the world a better place. How many crack babies have you adopted? AIDS babies? Orphaned children over the age of ten that no one wants? When the Moral Majority starts stepping up to the plate and taking care of situations that already exist, then I'll give their ideas more consideration. Until then, they can kiss my butt. Not on the left side, not on the right side, but right smack in the middle.

March 26, 2019

The Eastpoint, Vertex and Transpluto

The ascendant in a chart is the degree and sign that is rising on the local horizon at the time of our birth. The eastpoint is the degree and sign rising on the equator at the time of our birth. Sometimes it is called the equatorial ascendant. For now, we'll limit the definition to personal matters which take place in public, or which gain public notice, or capture the public’s imagination. It’s almost a melding together of the ascendant and midheaven.


The vertex is a secondary or “another” descendant known as a date with destiny. It is associated with encounters and experiences over which we have little or no control. It represents fate and the ability to penetrate alternate realities and other realms. It’s said that two people whose vertex conjunct each other’s natal ascendant (orb of 2 degrees or less) are soul mates and have the ability to reach each other across the universe. 


Transpluto is not transiting Pluto. It is a hypothetical planet that may exist beyond the orbit of Pluto—thus the use of the prefix "trans." Its glyph looks like Mars wearing a belt. It is one in a stable of other hypothetical planets used by Uranian astrologers. 

In my research, I have found it to represent payoffs and winning. Some have called it a Super Venus.