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Event | International Astrology Day

Mar 19 is Kepler’s International Astrology Day Celebration!

Come to Kepler’s Astrology Cafe for International Astrology Day! March 19, 2016 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 pm PDT / 11:30 AM to 6:00 pm EDT

I’ll be listening to the broadcast all day. This will be more than 6 hours of conversations about astrology and SOUL. Even better, it’s FREE. Register to tune in live, or to receive a link to download the recording and listen when it’s convenient for you. You can click here to register: link

From the Kepler College website:

We have scheduled hours of conversation with astrologers from around the world on the historical and philosophical astrological traditions relating Soul and the expansion of our solar system. Come listen and participate in discussions on the nature of soul, differing views on reincarnation, fate vs. free will, consciousness and how these ideas have been related to astrological symbolism and the natal chart. Click below to see this and more events.

Source: Events | Kepler College for Astrological Education

The Galaxy Song by Monty Python

And pray that there’s intelligent life somewhere up in space, ’cause there’s bugger all down here on Earth.

Do you remember this one?

The professor I am TA for posts this video with the NASA slideshow as a “congratulations card” for the students at the end of each term. Written by Eric Idle for Monty Python‘s 1983 film, The Meaning of Life, this song has a life of its own.

Click here for a fact check on the song: SJAA Ephemeris December 2003

Here to take a class at Kepler College: Certificate Programs

Here for the complete lyric: MetroLyrics

Here to see the song set to a slideshow of images from NASA: YouTube

And here if you would like the chords to play it on your Ukulele: Ukulele Boogaloo

The Myth and the Mundane: Reflections on Women in Society

Artemis, Louvre

Way cool, I just found my BA paper online! The Myth and the Mundane: Reflections on Women in Society. Finding it has inspired me to inaugurate Mythic Monday as a regular feature. The paper lives on the Kepler College Website along with lots of other good reads. I have continued work on this paper since graduation but I enjoyed rereading it in its original form. It now has a table of contents, better organization and even more pages. But I hope this original form is interesting both for its own merits and for its references. This is from the Introduction:

Greco-Roman and Indian mythology and epic poetry give us many examples of goddesses and women.  This paper will explore the relationship between myth and culture in the epic poetry of Greece, India and Rome in order to answer these questions:  Continue reading The Myth and the Mundane: Reflections on Women in Society