Re: [thefixedstars] Re: Visual Astrology Lecture... have a look
- Actually, I did get to see most of the lecture. It played fine right up until 3/4 of the way through the 3rd part, then it stopped and wouldn't play anymore, and after that, none of it would play. That's what confuses me--why did it suddenly stop, and why won't it play now? I thought maybe it might have to do with virus filters or pop up blockers, but even after turning those off I get the same result.I knew Saturn wasn't aligned with Praesepe now, but it seems Saturn may have been there at the start of the beehive troubles. Just wondered if there might be a connection--but the more I think about it, the more I think it may be a stretch.Thanks Mark!Trish MarieIn a message dated 2/26/2007 5:51:37 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, mahtezcatpoc@... writes:
-- Trishmare7@aol. com wrote:
> It hasn't, but I've been so busy this week past I
> wouldn't have had time to
> re-watch the lecture anyway. When I get the
> chance, I'll take my laptop to
> Starbuck's and see if I have the same problem
> (problem occurs on my
> desktop--haven' t tried the laptop yet).
It's an interesting lecture, if you can find the time
and the means to view it.
> On another topic, I read an article over the weekend
> about a strange disease
> that's been felling honeybee colonies all over the
> country. This is not the
> same as the honeybee parasite that's been a problem
> for several years now
> ... this is a new problem called "Colony Collapse
> Disorder." Entire colonies
> of bees die practically overnight. It's become
> particularly noticeable in the
> last year, but scientists and beekeepers think it
> actually began a couple of
> years ago. Any connection to Saturn moving through
> Cancer (Beehive cluster)
> or is this a stretch?
> Trish Marie
I wouldn't consider Saturn aligned with Praesepe at
this time, no.
Mark A. Holmes
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