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Remembering Alexander Litvinenko

In 2007, not long after I posted quite a few entries concerning the November 2006 poisoning of Russian spy and defector Alexander Litvinenko, my articles became invisible to the general public on my Political Astrology blog even though the posts were set for Public Viewing.

Later on, when I realized the extent of the mysteriously invisible posts which were still not displaying, I published a shout-out with a Links List to the missing articles and I hereby do so again in memory of a man who, though imperfect, didn’t deserve such a miserable end by an assassin’s hand – or by a president’s order.

Note: some of the posts do include my astrological comments and anaylisis but not to fret – they’re written in English.

on Alexander Litvinenko

Here’s what’s still an interesting twist to the story of poisoned Russian expatriot, Alexander Litvinenko, who was assassinated in London bwo plutonium 2-10 in Nov 2006:


Here’s a link to my post from Nov 2006 of Litvinenko’s Statement to his poisoner, written from his miserable hospital bed in London:


The link below is to an article which did have links to newspaper articles on the investigation but they’ve gone cold…but it still contains my link to a posting of Litvinenko’s natal chart and a few chart details as well.

Apologies that that things are so…spread out, but in early 2007, as I attempted to publish more on this sad case (and knowing that the Moon/ASC midpoint–and Jupiter–are often in the picture for cases of poisoning~~I’d be a forensic astrologer if I given a chance!), I discovered an oddity concerning my Blogger blog–Stars Over Washington–that all my posts on Litvinenko were ‘disappeared’ from my Archives List for Nov and Dec 2006, and working with them for other posts was a huge hassle (as it’s been this evening, to some degree.)

Mystery afoot concerning mystery afoot. And with Neptune’s interest in poisoning, and the gaseous giant’s connection to Pisces, sign of feet, perhaps I’ll simply give up and go partake of a relaxing whirlpool footbath…but first:

Remember Alexander Litvinenko:


The following link goes to a post with an article round-up when Stars Over Washington couldn’t seem to keep them available for viewing – some are links to articles on various subjects but some are concerning Litvinenko, his poisoning, and the then-ongoing police investigation which went, as I expected, nowhere:


Let’s see if WordPress can keep this post visible…

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