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It was star energy that brought him into this world, superstar power that rocketed him to fame and made him a legend, enduring stardom that ensconced him indelibly within the hearts of millions, and a blackened star that accompanied his demise. He came from the stars, wrote songs and sang about the stars, painted stars, and ended his sojourn on Read the full article…

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He loved to create, to push boundaries, to infuse a freshness of spirit into every moment, every encounter, every action. His flashing eyes, quick wit, quirky sense of humour, elegance of manner, endless inventiveness, and warmth of spirit endeared him to hundreds of millions worldwide. From the perspective of the Maya Calendar David Bowie was the “definitive monkey” (Four Chuwen), Read the full article…

Attention-getting aerodynamics and combative engagement – these seem to be two of the major themes that recur during the Eagle-oriented trecena . . . . which may be why eagles have been seen historically as warriors in Mesoamerican mythology. Indeed, the very first day of the trecena is often marked by some significant event that ties in with these ideas, Read the full article…

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