Case Studies

Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin Milne was the inspiration for the young boy in his father A. A. Milne’s beloved children’s stories of Winnie-the-Pooh and friends. Two movies came out not too long again with Christopher Robin at the center of attention. In September 2017, Goodbye Christopher Robin depicted a biographical account of A.A. Milne’s life and showed Christopher’s own struggles with his parents and with his father’s success specifically with the Christopher Robin character…Read full article

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn attained what very few in Hollywood achieve– she won Academy, Emmy, Grammy, and Tony awards. Still the level of fame Audrey achieved in the entertainment industry rivaled her success achieved in humanitarian service. Her role as special Ambassador to UNICEF also brought international recognition and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. From a childhood crushed by war and famine to the heights of celebrity, Audrey Hepburn meet her challenges with compassion and grace and, to say the least, left a lasting impression… Read Full Article

Vlad Tepes (aka Dracula)

When I was about nine or ten years old and wanting to be a ‘big brave girl’, I watched Bela Lugosi’s Dracula one evening with my family and ended up enduring a love-hate relationship with the canopy bed I had at that time. Every ‘little princess’ wants a canopy bed, but then you watch Dracula and hope to God that in the dark of night when you are tucked under the covers the wind won’t blow open the window and cause the curtains to mimic a caped vampire. The terrifying visuals from the old black and white movie encouraged nightmares for more nights than I care to admit… Read Full Article

Harpo Marx

In 1964, the entertainment industry lost a truly unique performer, a silent comedian who became famous as a pantomime with numerous and odd props hidden in his oversized coat sleeves, with wide, bright eyes shining from beneath the curls of a red wig, with the silliest honk of a horn, and the accompaniment of the celestial strings of the harp beneath his fingers… the one and only, Harpo Marx… Read Full Article

Jennings Michael Burch

It’s been a while since a book has moved me to tears. The book, They Cage the Animals at Night: The True Story of an Abandoned Child’s Struggle for Emotional Survival, is a memoir by Jennings Michael Burch revealing his difficult childhood years spent in and out of orphanages and foster homes many times over. Perhaps Rahu’s current transit through Cancer (at the time of this writing) played a role in bringing this particular story into my hands right now while Rahu conjuncts my Fifth House ruler… Read Full Article

Julie Andrews

She’s beautiful, talented, widely popular, successful in multiple forms of entertainment, award-winning, and truly loved and admired by co-workers and fans all over the world. There can be many things said of such a prosperous and adored woman. In this brief assessment the focus will remain on the two words that come to mind when I think of Julie Andrews—longevity and grace. These distinguished qualities are notable in her career and style, so it’s not surprising that they are also apparent in her natal chart… Read Full Article

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