I will collect here stories of times when my horoscopes have been exceptionally accurate. This post may be updated from time to time.
Related: Why I believe in astrology
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Saturday 2014-07-26. There is a woman who comes into McDonald’s sometimes, who has taken a liking to me, and sometimes gives me money. Not long after I first composed “Prayer primer,” I figured I could print out a color hard copy to give her as a present; and eventually I did so. But for weeks, I never saw her.
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This is the second of three posts about entitlement:
07/12 – “Entitlement(s): Attitude and policy”
Today – “How I became homeless”
07/26 – “When needs are met”
This is a long post. One may want to avail oneself of a navigation resource here.
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I don’t write about easy things.
At this writing, a more immediate question is how I’ve stayed homeless, which has prompted no small amount of anger and depression in recent weeks. The short answer appears to be that I’ve stayed homeless the same way I became homeless.
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I normally only publish on Mondays (comments on the news), Wednesdays (recycling old posts)* and Saturdays (substantial new pieces). A couple things happened this morning that seem to me urgent enough to warrant an off-schedule post.
I’d invite e-mail subscribers to hold on to their e-mail copy of this post, and will explain why.
Give from abundance • Out on a limb
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I came to belief in astrology by a very strange route.
Sometime between 1985 and 1995, I became aware that, for years, roughly once a month I had faced a personal crisis; and some of these were pretty severe.
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It’s been some time since I’ve been in a position to pay any attention to horoscopes.
By accident, Sunday 11/05/17 I came across my horoscope for Friday 11/03/17:
CANCER (June 21-July 22): Get priorities in order. A philosophical shift might be required to implement a positive change. You can now understand that improving the quality of your life is as important a goal as increasing your income and status.
This was right on, as will be evidenced by the forthcoming post, “Sales pitch.” (The link won’t work until the post appears, and right now I don’t know when that will be.) An affirmation: when my horoscope is accurate, it normally means that, at the moment, I’m on the right track in life.
Related: Exceptional horoscopes