I just got some new books — can’t wait to dive in!
It’s Emergency Medical Services for Children Day — be sure to thank your local first responders! And keep reading for my top five sources for health information for you and your kids.
This mother’s day I am excited to announce that my new book, Stellar Advice for Moms: Ancient Astrology for Modern Times, is available for purchase on Amazon! Keep reading for a sneak preview and to learn more about Marcus Manilius, from whose work, the Astronomicon, my book is translated.
Today I felt like re-reading Cicero’s De Amicitia, one of my favorite of his works, but things took a turn for the not-so-good life when I picked Michael Grant’s translation, included in the Penguin edition of the collection of Cicero’s works known as On the Good Life.
In response to the pandemic panic sweeping the nation and the world, this week I present to you the Coronavirus Special Edition. Read on for advice on surviving the coronapocalypse, and don’t forget: cover up your cough and sneeze, don’t spit!
In the good ol’ US of A, Thanksgiving gives many people a warm fuzzy feeling—good food, good company (usually), good memories. But Thanksgiving doesn’t evoke good memories for the indigenous peoples who faced massive slaughter following European contact with the Americas. David Stannard documents the destruction in this book, which makes a much more enlightening alternative to watching football this November 28.
I am choosing this opportune (?) moment to post a revised edition of the review of my printer’s user manual I did in the early days of this blog. As I attempt to complete the paper counterpart to my master’s project, ye olde printer is causing me no end of grief.
Contrary to what you may have learned from the X-Files, “the truth is still hidden” according to this rather perplexing book.
When a quote from a supposedly scientific work fits into a quote from a fantasy novel, you know you’re in trouble. Example: “But of course; the power within the spheres has already been disturbed from the mold. Unless we transmute their destructive natures and harmonize them, they will explode of their own volition with cataclysmic force.”