Astrology, Copyright and Plagiarism

April 6, 2010
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Astrology, Copyright and Plagiarism

(Astroblogging)–By Tony Vowles Blogging is a personal and very rewarding pursuit. Technically it is easy for someone with basic IT skills to produce a website that appears very slick – beautifully designed templates can be slotted in at the click … Continue reading
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How to Respond to Requests for Free Advice

March 31, 2010
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How to Respond to Requests for Free Advice

As a professional astrologer who – by virtue of having a blog – is perceived as available, you’re likely to receive requests for free advice. After all, you’re an expert. You might get hit up in your comments section, via … Continue reading
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The Strange Case of Amy Bishop: Sleuthing Birth Info on the Web

March 31, 2010
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The Strange Case of Amy Bishop: Sleuthing Birth Info on the Web

Amy Bishop walked into a meeting, and shot six people killing three. Later we find out that she killed her brother in a pronounced accidental shooting 20 years prior. There were other incidents, a strange confrontation with a woman in … Continue reading
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How I Moved My WordPress Blogroll From My Sidebar to a Page

March 23, 2010
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If you link to lots of other astrology blogs, that long list in your sidebar could make your pages much longer than you want them to be. In addition, I’ve heard tell that a link loses its power when it … Continue reading
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Social Networking and Astrology Blogger Boundaries

March 3, 2010
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Social Networking and Astrology Blogger Boundaries

People in the astrology world just seem to friend each other left and right on Facebook, if only because, well, they believe in astrology. As if that is enough to justify a “friendship.” This is all well and good – … Continue reading
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The Astrology of Aspects: The Dilemmas Known As Inconjuncts

February 28, 2010
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The Astrology of Aspects: The Dilemmas Known As Inconjuncts

Once considered a minor aspect, the energetic connection known as the inconjunct is now recognized as a powerful force in our charts. They are easy enough to find when they appear, in the next sign away, either side, to the point of opposition to another planet. An inconjunct is a stress aspect because, unlike...
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The Quick and Easy Way to Display Mundane Charts on Your Blog

February 22, 2010
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The Quick and Easy Way to Display Mundane Charts on Your Blog

Although the addition of images to your blog posts significantly increases a reader’s sense of engagement, it requires more work on behalf of the blogger. This is especially the case when it comes to chart wheels. Let’s say you want … Continue reading
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Astrology of Missing 4-Year-Old Boy

February 19, 2010
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Astrology of Missing 4-Year-Old Boy

Disappearance of Four-Year Old Left in Boyfriend’s Care Marc Anthony Bookal was left in the care of his mother’s boyfriend on the afternoon of December 14, 2009.  Around 1 PM little Marc reportedly wandered out of the apartment via an … Continue reading
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The Astrology of the University of Alabama Shootings: Under an Aquarian Moon

February 13, 2010
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The Astrology of the University of Alabama Shootings: Under an Aquarian Moon

A “research star” of the University of Alamaba faculty, was arrested and charged with one count of felony murder after allegedly opening fire on the tenure committee, killing three. Shortly after 4 p.m. is when Amy Bishop allegedly walked into … Continue reading
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Experimental Forensic Astrology: Where is Susan Powell?

January 18, 2010
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Experimental Forensic Astrology: Where is Susan Powell?

Susan Powell, 28, has been missing since Dec. 7. Josh told police he went camping in a remote area of Tooele County about 12:30 a.m. that day with his two boys. When he returned, his wife was gone. Thursday, a … Continue reading
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