Let’s review the chart of a very special individual who might be very familiar to anyone who knows and loves New Orleans.
Image Credits: Robert R. Macdonald et als, eds. Louisiana’s Black Heritage
Thomy LaFon was a “free man of color” and an example of the exotic racial mixture called Creole, who was born into poverty but built a successful business and became one of the wealthiest men in New Orleans. Not only was he a business whiz kid and self-made business tycoon, but he became known in later life for his philanthropy, founding numerous charitable organizations and making sizeable donations to sustain hospitals, schools and shelters for members of all races.
He was born on December 28, 1810 in the golden aftermath of the Louisiana Purchase and during the heyday of the cosmopolitan melting-pot known as New Orleans.
Remote Viewing (RV) protocol is a structured, teachable discipline that enlists the unconscious mind to gain direct knowledge about inaccessible targets, past, present or future. This technique was developed and studied by the U.S. military in secret. You may be reminded of the George Clooney satire “Men Who Stare at Goats” when you think of remote viewing, but it was a serious undertaking.
One of my clients suggested I look up Major Ed Dames, an original member of the U.S. Army prototype remote viewing training program and a consultant for the film “Suspect Zero” which was more in line with the facts.
Major Ed Dames voices predictions for the Middle East as well as insights into the Japan nuclear disaster and much more. Anyone who is “remotely” interested in Remote Viewing might want to investigate more by visiting his website: Major Ed Dames—Remote Viewing Free DVD at this site: http://www.thekillshot.com/
Is remote viewing fact or fiction? This astrologer reserves judgment, but will always approach material of this nature with an open mind. The mind is a powerful tool that is underutilized and we all know that Thoughts are Things. Review the material and see what you think.
“In the TED video above, George Smoot talks about the design of the universe. What becomes clear is that for all the appearance of randomness from our perspective here on Earth, when computer modelling is thrown into the mix, an underlying order is quickly revealed. ”
Quote courtesy of Nick Cook, used with his permission (Awesome pictures of stars on his website): http://www.nick-cook.net/