Jude's Threshold

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Archive for August 3rd, 2008

Ever moseyed to Savannah, Georgia?

Well, now you may – or may again- with just a mere click of your mouse by checking out this article your reluctant astrologer and Georgia native has published at Gather, replete with virtual tour links from YouTube and one from Savannah College of Art and Design:


Savannah was founded on February 12, 1733 and much water has passed under the bridge since then, so perhaps you’d better be moseying hence for a hint of pecan pie with vanilla ice cream melting on top. Yum!

At sunrise on Feb 12, 1733, Sun was in Aquarius with Moon and Mercury in business-oriented Capricorn.

Combining Moon-Mercury energies gives perception, a talent for languages, an active mind with a love of gossip, and family connections and contacts. And it’s true that family roots run deep in Savannah!

The city’s Sun AQ/Moon Cap’s resourceful and independent blend has two Images for Integration – one historical and one on the futuristic side:

“A revolutionary is elected president…An alien civilization comes to Earth to rescue man from imminent destruction.” (‘Sun Sign-Moon Sign,’ Chas & Suzi Harvey.)

The more things change the more they stay the same!

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