Tuesday, September 14, 2010

World Between Me News

What does `Horoscope` really mean

 We are all Familiar with Horoscope. As small children we used to ask each other: `` What sign are you``? Some children teased others who had a diffferent sign ( they often said: Gemini beats Pisces, Libra is  bigger and stronger than Aquarius..-you get the picture). But Horoscope is not about that. Horoscope can be described as a Future Forecast.
A real horoscope is a MAP of Space-Time - an "image of the hour" as the Greek root words imply. It is a chart of where the Sun and Moon and Planets are located in Space and in relation to each other, and to a particular place on Earth, at a particular instant in Time. You may describe it as a snapshot of "a particular place in Time and Space". If that instant in Time is the time of birth of an individual and the Space is his birth place, then that horoscope is called a "natal horoscope" or "natal chart" or "birth chart". When you ask an astrologer for "a birth chart" be sure to provide your month/day/year and town/state/country of birth (plus the hour/minute if you know).

 What the average person calls "a horoscope" is actually a reading of that particular map of Time and Space, or an interpretation in words of that horoscope chart's symbolic meaning.
Some people are concerned about whether this whole Horoscope thing is true. Well, one thing is for sure- If you know an Astrologist, who knows how to read Stars- it's true. Do not believe in horoscopes from magazines, because they probably have not hired an Astrologist just to read stars for them. You may think the horoscopes you read from them are true, that what you just read under your sign is true, but believe me - it is just a coincidence. It is for you to believe in them, to bring you Faith. (God, I feel like telling someone Santa doesn't exist) :)


Monday, September 13, 2010


Billionaire John Kluge Dies Age 96

For a time, Kluge was the richest man in America. In 1989, his $5.2 billion fortune put him at the top of the Forbes 400. Three years later, a well known to us man, Bill Gates, overtook him to claim the title.
Kluge was self-made, and built his Metromedia TV empire from scratch with a $4 million investment. When after a while he sold the company to WorldCom in 2001, it was worth $1.3 billion. However, he wasn’t always as savvy with his investments; his restaurant chains Ponderosa and Bonanza filed for Chapter 11 in 2008.


Ferrari Enzo-  A high Performance Car

Ferrari Enzo $670,000. The Ferrari Enzo, was named after the Ferrari's owner, is a high performance sports car which is well noted for its styling features, of course. The probably best known supercar ever built and is on the list of most expensive cars in the world. The Enzo has a top speed of 217 mph and reaching 60 mph in 3.4 seconds. Unfortunately just 400 units were produced and it is currently being sold for over $1,000,000 at auctions. And who wouldn't fall for that car?