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I am In A Strange Room

Thursday, January 27, 2011
Strange book.
Very Strange.
Mind-questioning? I don't know.
Loneliness. Yes!
Just strange. So strange.

But in a way, I managed to relate myself to this book.
And afterward, my favourite January 2011 book; In A Strange Room - Damon Galgut.

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Are You Your New Zodiac?

Friday, January 14, 2011
The horror of switching from Gemini to Taurus had people rushing to the Web for answers, sending searches for "zodiac signs" into the stratosphere.

So has your sign changed? Probably not. But it all depends on what kind of astrology you follow. Let us explain.

It may come as a surprise that there are different branches of astrology. A main Eastern form, for example, called Sidereal astrology, looks to the background stars, those famous constellations, as its guide.

Western astrology -- which uses the zodiac -- has its signs fixed to the seasons. Most Westerners, and all those horoscope pages we eagerly check, go by the zodiac. These signs follow what early astrologers called star signs, whose reference points are the tropics that form a ring around the earth. The zodiac is based on our relationship to the sun, not the stars.

The back story: About 2,000 years ago, the astrological signs and the astronomical ones were the same. But not anymore. The locations of the signs are based on the sun's location on the first day of spring. That location in the sky has slowly drifted westward because of something called "precession" -- the earth continually wobbles (a scientific term for a slight motion) every 26,000 years. Since the constellations were first identified, they have shifted some 30 degrees. Translation: The signs have slipped about a month westward, relative to the stars.

What this means to you: If you follow astrology that is linked to the constellations, your sign would go from say, a Gemini to a Taurus. You could even have a 13th sign, Ophiuchus, which you may have read about.

"It's a huge point of confusion for the public," says Bing Quock, assistant director of Morrison Planetarium at the California Academy of Sciences. For those who follow Western astrology, "astrologers are not talking about the constellations at all. When an astrologer says the sun is in a certain sign, they're talking about the sign, the location relative to the equinox. They're not talking about the location of the constellations. "

In short, if you follow the Sidereal astrology, the Eastern branch, your sign may have shifted. (And most likely, no surprise to you at all: This news is hundreds of years old).

But for the rest of us, our horoscope, and our signs, are still the same.

By Claudine Zap

The 'New' Dates

See if your Zodiac sign was said to have to have changed:

Capricorn: Jan. 20 - Feb. 16
Aquarius: Feb. 16 - March 11
Pisces: March 11- April 18
Aries: April 18- May 13
Taurus: May 13- June 21
Gemini: June 21- July 20
Cancer: July 20- Aug. 10
Leo: Aug. 10- Sept. 16
Virgo: Sept. 16- Oct. 30
Libra: Oct. 30- Nov. 23
Scorpio: Nov. 23- Nov. 29
Ophiuchus: Nov. 29- Dec. 17
Sagittarius: Dec. 17- Jan. 20

Although these dates are yet to be confirmed, it is nice to see, by reference, to which Astrology belief did we hold onto all this while. I don't really follow this thing but to be honest, I do read and I do have some books on Astrology; I do believe that I am more a Gemini then a Taurus. And I know, people would be reading their 'new' zodiac to know more about oneself now. Are you your new Zodiac or still the old one? I know I don't live by the Zodiac but it's always nice to read something that triggers your mind and your soul, isn't?


1. Shine

2. Ophiuchus

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You Will Always Be My Baby!

Thursday, January 06, 2011
Although I haven't really reflect my 2010 in words and writing, I just really want to express this one in particular.

Baby, I love you so much. You had been my bestfriend for almost 6 years now and you'll always be. You taught me responsibility and care and you have brought me to many places; places I've never been to. We went through many good and bad times together. You have given me the chance to be a man and you had helped me to be a better as a person. I had grown with you by my side, giving me support, love, shelter to lay on, shoulder do cry on, comfort and many MANY more. Best of all these, is just that you were simply there, hearing and crying, singing and laughing together, witnessing to almost all things in my life; and I know you are going to stay that way forever. Please know that I owe you so much and that my love for you is genuinely true.

For the very reason that you had been a loyal friend and partner, (you are my wife, no kidding!) and I know you are trustworthy, I've decided to let you go, shit, this hurts :(

You have shown my path well but it's time for you to show my sister her path. Take good care of her like the care you've given me. Help her to achieve her many dreams. I know you Baby. I know you too well and failure is not an option for you.

I am going to miss you so bad. Infact, I am missing you now. Go now Baby, do what you have to do. If you need me, come back. You are most welcome, any time.

...sob... sob... sob...
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Worry ....

Monday, January 03, 2011
I'm worried about my sister but I've forgot that she spent 7 years in Thailand and 2 years in India. I should be worrying about myself instead.

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