Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Probability of Predictions: Will and Kate So Far

(Astrology Explored) As a front line fighter in the skeptic’s wars against superstition, the paranormal and the supernatural, Michael Shermer has a whole line of pat answers to why people believe in what he and his fellows believe irrational. In … Continue reading

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The Astrology of Business: Walmart Execs’ Internal Complaints Backfire

(Astrology Explored)If it wasn’t so serious, it would be down right funny. Bloomberg got its hands on some internal emails exchanged by Walmart (WMT) executives discussing recent sales figures, and they don’t paint a rosy picture. “February MTD [month-to-date] sales … Continue reading

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The Astrology of Saturn: Get Thee Back Satan!

(Astrology Explored) In my mailbox today a reader sent this: I am a Libra, and have been undergoing a lot of difficulty over the past three years as you know. I was hoping you could explain something to me. As … Continue reading

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The Astrology of Weather: New York, CT and New England Blasted by Winter Blizzard

(Astrology Explored) After three major storms in two years, the last thing New York and Connecticut residents need is another devastating storm. Yet, up to two and half FEET of snow is projected to slam weather weary NYC and Connecticut. … Continue reading

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Celtic Astrology: Spring, Imbolc and Groundhog’s Day

(Astrology Explored) Halfway between the Winter Equinox and the Spring Equinox is the cross-quarter day which the Celts called Imbolc (eem’ ul). We call it Groundhog’s Day, February 2, though the names are different they come from the same Celtic … Continue reading

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