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Dog days #HumpDay #Wednesday


Dog days 1. The hot, sultry period of summer between early July and early September. 2. A period of stagnation. From the Late Latin diēs canīculārēs (literally means days dog). Mention dog days and most people will immediately draw a … Continue reading

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I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night


In yesterday’s post, I began the chapter on the Zodiac as part of my symbol series. On a theme, today I’ll touch upon the horoscope — a diagram of the heavens used in calculating births and foretelling events in a … Continue reading

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I will look on the stars and read the page of thy destiny


In this week’s portion of the symbol series I’ve been talking about numbers. A language of symbols, numbers are the only language shared by all human beings. There aren’t regional dialects. Number five is always five, a circle is always … Continue reading

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