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A few notes on Memorial Day 2009

It’s Sunday near 3 pm in Georgia and there’s a major downpour beginning with possibly severe thunder boomers, so I must be brief…

A post concerning Memorial Day is now published, along with a few personal comments on my ancestral links to the Civil War, if you’re interested.

Astrology Note: The Solar Eclipse of July 22, 2009 will manifest at ’30 Cancer’ with the Sabian Symbol: “A Daughter of the American Revolution,” and I believe the second half of 2009 holds many surprises for America and for the world in the ‘system failure’ department as Brady’s ‘Predictive Astrology’ notes for the 11 South Series (see sidebar of Pages for details on the January and July Eclipses of 2009, 11N/11S)

You’ll also find in the linked post a few details on the Civil War’s Battle of South Mills (Camden) on April 19, 1862.

Sending out sincere Gratitude to those who served, serve, and will serve! JC


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  1. You are so thoughtful.
    Remembering those who fought to keep us safe is a life I lead with my dad in the Air Force. I, too, think Memorial weekend should be May 30, with a tribute to those who have secured our freedom.

    It’s bittersweet for me, as my parents are at rest in Arlington National Cemetery. Visiting them always seems like a good idea, but the memories I have are the best place to revisit.

    We were a military family, moved all over, loved the life, felt purposeful and loved each other. When people would ask me where home was I would answer, “Wherever my family is.” I live in the home my parents built as their retirement home and love it. I spent the last 22 years here, at least one half with them. I miss them more than I can say.

    Happy Memorial Day, or remembering those who secured our freedom.
    Donna D



    May 24, 2009 at 8:20 pm

    • Great to hear from you on this subject, Donna, and will be thinking of you and your family Monday! Jude



      May 25, 2009 at 6:13 am

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