Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Astrobabble with Winston Moonbat

Happy New Year all you star dancers and cosmic adventurers! And a good one it will be. I'd like to share with you some of my predictions for 2007. Fasten your galactic seat belts for a ride around the Milky Way to your favorite planets.
As Pluto leaves Sagittarius for Capricorn, the United States of America will be fighting for its very survival. If I'm incorrect, and I have been at times, then the year will be quite uneventful and possibly rather enjoyable.
As you know, we have history in the making with the first USA Woman Speaker of the House of Representatives. Madam Speaker is an Aries, and I expect a high bill for her nylons, or pantyhose, as you ladies call them now. Aries can be rather rambunctious. When Venus squares Uranus, the Ladies' Restroom of the House will be remodeled and most likely moved from its position of impossible access from the Republican meeting room. This will affect the laws of the country in a positive manner.
When Mars forms a semisquare with Pluto, Greenland will attack Iran. And then when a sesquiquadrate is made with Uranus, Kuala Lumpur will attack Iceland. Other than that, violence will be at a minimum.
When Mars goes retrograde and opposes Pluto in Sagittarius, the polar bears will be having a summit in Oslo, Norway to discuss their future. Unfortunately, when a biquintile is formed between Saturn and Mercury, Utica, New York will get the bomb. Chances are, however, that it won't be detonated.
The massive earth changes scheduled for 2006 have been moved up to 6012. As Pluto leaves Sagittarius, the pope of the Catholic Church will be looking for a saviour.
Well that touches on a few of the things we can expect in this coming year. And don't forget that the Great Chief Steppininnit is there to protect you in case of any danger. You are entirely safe.
Have a wonderful year one and all! 

15 Comments:

Anonymous Joe said...

jm, I just noticed something:

A lake evaporates upward and thus gradually dries up; but when two lakes are joined they do not dry up so readily, for one replenishes the other.

If you look on a map of Minnesota, you will see, in the upper northwestern corner, two lakes that are joined by a little cord of water. This is Upper Red Lake and Lower Red Lake. The Upper is the one we visited this past summer. I also think the pair of lakes resemble Pisces, the fishes joined together. :o)

1/1/07 6:41 AM  
Blogger Tseka said...

What a neat image to awaken to this morning Joe.

Good new Year to all.

Winston, thanks for letting me know about this Great Chief Steppininit, i'll be depending on him honey. We Saggies can always use just this kind of patron saint. Good to see you around these parts. Wishing you and yours a galactic best.

1/1/07 7:22 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Joe that is great . I love the names of these lakes too. I remeber what a huge experience it was for you. Another good omen.

The Chief and Winston want you to know that you are in the best hands possible. Enjoy your lakes and do not worry!

We Saggies can always use just this kind of patron saint.

LOL.

1/1/07 1:50 PM  
Blogger jm said...

And here is more proof of our new renaissance. John Brockman's theory.

America now is the intellectual seedbed for Europe and Asia. This trend started with the prewar emigration of Albert Einstein and other European scientists and was further fueled by the post- Sputnik boom in scientific education in our universities. The emergence of the third culture introduces new modes of intellectual discourse and reaffirms the preeminence of America in the realm of important ideas. Throughout history, intellectual life has been marked by the fact that only a small number of people have done the serious thinking for everybody else. What we are witnessing is a passing of the torch from one group of thinkers, the traditional literary intellectuals, to a new group, the intellectuals of the emerging third culture.

The Edge Foundation

What are you optimistic about? Why?

1/1/07 2:01 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I'm getting more and more confident about the arts by the day. One of the reasons is the developments in the sciences that have been tremendous just in the last years. I think this is the harbinger.

1/1/07 2:04 PM  
Blogger Neith said...

Winston, thanks for letting me know about this Great Chief Steppininit, i'll be depending on him honey. We Saggies can always use just this kind of patron saint.

ROFL!!! oh so true . . it's either stepininit or putting foot in mouth for me! :-)

1/1/07 4:01 PM  
Blogger jm said...

it's either stepininit or putting foot in mouth for me! :-)


Ha Ha Ha!!!! You got it!

What to do with foot. The ancient question.

1/1/07 4:16 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

ja, and possibly why Sagittarius is portrayed as a centaur, we need four feet, two would not be enough!!

1/1/07 6:46 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

The wren is very sweet, but Mama's girl, now there is a face. So Neith aren't we sisters? I think i want to sign up for auntie privileges with your dog.

1/1/07 6:55 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Four feet would be good for tap dancing, something I've been meaning to take up. My old age better be long.

1/1/07 6:59 PM  
Blogger jm said...

My companions are the fruitflies who enjoy music very much, especially the piano. As far as extended families go, I'm not certain. The spiders, I know, are social, even though they travel solo, at least across the floor. I'm not sure what they do in private.

1/1/07 7:08 PM  
Blogger Neith said...

So Neith aren't we sisters? I think i want to sign up for auntie privileges with your dog.

I'm sure she'd have no objections ... she's very good with women, especially those that love animals. Now men are another story . . very slow to make friends there.

My companions are the fruitflies who enjoy music very much, especially the piano. As far as extended families go, I'm not certain. The spiders, I know, are social, even though they travel solo, at least across the floor. I'm not sure what they do in private.

ha, ha, ha!!!! fruitflies!!! :-)

1/1/07 7:13 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I'm serious neith. They land on the piano keys. Of course it could be the sugar in my fingertips they're after! But it's only when I'm playing.

I daresay my real old age is going to be very eccentric. Uranus gets there at 84. I can't imagine any Uranian addition, but that's when we can cut completely loose.

1/1/07 7:19 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

Being 84...
A couple of years ago my father was contemplating how to deal with colon cancer. He was feeling very tired and not too interested in battling for life. Why bother?

He has reached a point, he tells me that it seems easy to stay or easy to go. Life does not seem to have so much hold anymore. The power of letting go is growing in a mystical way that opens the senses, says he. It makes the world seem more beautiful but the self less significant in it.

The cancer has been resolved and his vitality surged back.

Now with 84 slipping into 85 he is installing bamboo flooring in his house, replacing the depressing brown shag carpet.

Why not he asks surround himself with as much beauty as he can possibly absorb. This was his Uranian transit.

1/1/07 8:40 PM  
Blogger jm said...

What a story. Whoa. He is such an inspiration. Like your son. Good men in your life.

I do think we go into other dimensions at that age, and the Uranus return is a big part of it. I love his attitude of letting go, but deep down he wanted more, of course. The desperate clinging in general causes us so much pain.

I can't imagine what it is that happens to allow us the freedom to finally let go. My father died at 83, and when I found out he was going, I said something like, "well, I hear you're dying". And he said, "you gotta go sometime".

Then I knew he really was going, and that it didn't bother him at all. It made me accept it, too, right then and there.

1/1/07 9:29 PM  

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