The O’Neal Factor: Deaths of Two Legends

June 27th, 2009 by Voxx

Michael Jackson and Tatum O'Neal

I’ve been wondering if anyone else has found it strange that Ryan O’Neal (and his daughter, Tatum) both have major connections to the passing of two legends — within hours of each other!  Of course, I’m speaking of Farrah Fawcett (Ryan’s life partner of 32 years), and Tatum O’Neal (who was immortalized in Jackson’s song, “She’s Out of My Life”). I don’t mean to suggest they played any negative roles in either instance, I just found it intriguing.  It’s also interesting to note that Farrah was in the position of being Tatum’s step-mother, of sorts — after all, Ryan and Farrah never legally married. But, still — how strange it must be for all of them now.

As an Astrologer, I’ve been delving into the Astrological factors of the deaths of both Michael Jackson, and Farrah Fawcett, and have already uncovered some very unusual aspects and similarities in their respective Astrology Charts. I’ll be posting this info up in the next couple of days.  Until then, keep Michael and Farrah in your prayers — as well as the O’Neals, who are most certainly going through an unprecedented mourning period.

Blessings,

Voxx

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Farrah Fawcett: Love Story 2009

June 27th, 2009 by Voxx

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Farrah Fawcett died Thursday, June 25th, 2009.  Her impending death from cancer was expected, but still brought an outpouring of sadness at her passing. What came as a greater surprise to most of us, is the largely unexpected death of Michael Jackson, on the same day, no less!  (Although Astrologers, Psychics and those in the know, had expected a tragic ending for poor MJ).

That being said, I’ve thought about the irony of Ryan O’Neal’s part in Farrah’s life. As many people remember, Ryan played the role of “Ollie”, in the film “Love Story”, which was about a young man who loses his wife to cancer, shortly after their marriage. It was this idea that led me to create the image accompanying this post.

Although Farrah and Ryan never legally married one another, they had a long-lasting relationship, and one son together, the troubled Redmond.

Farrah had a checkered career, becoming more respected as an actress in the latter part of her career; However, her greatest fame came within the last three years of her life, as she battled a vicious form of cancer.  During her illness, Farrah documented her life on film, culminating in a fascinating, yet heartbreaking, testimony of her struggle in the face of death.

Again, there is irony in the fact that Farrah came to prominence in the role of an “Angel”, on the hit show, “Charlie’s Angels”, thus we have always known her as an angel.  Now, I have every reason to believe she has turned into a real one.  Thanks Farrah for your final role as a teacher, and guide — walking us through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, with grace and dignity. You will be missed.

LVX,

Voxx

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Michael Joseph Jackson: In Memoriam

June 26th, 2009 by Voxx

The King is Dead; Long Live the King

I want’cha back Michael.  ~Voxx~

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Jack Parsons: Darkside of the Moon

June 17th, 2009 by Voxx

BelarionToday, Wednesday, June 17, 2009 at 5:08 pm PDT, marks the exact time of the 57th Anniversary of Jack Parsons‘ tragic death.  Parsons, (born, Marvel Whiteside Parsons, and also known as John), was a brilliant scientist who was one of the main founders of Jet Propulsion Laboratory (affectionately known as “Jack Parsons Laboratories, by Parsons fans).

Jack was the inventor of solid rocket fuel, which was the single most important contribution to the Moon missions, for without Jack’s contribution, there never would have been a man on the moon (at least not within the time frame, it was achieved). For his contributions to the field of space exploration, Jack was given the honor of having not one, but two craters on the moon, named for him (albeit, both are on the dark side of the moon … amazingly appropriate.) Read about Parsons’ craters here.

Despite enough intelligence to have garnered him lasting fame for his contributions in the field of science and chemistry, it was Parsons’ secondary interest and practice of the Magick of Aleister Crowley, that has since overshadowed his more worldly legacy.

In 1939, at the young age of 26, Parsons was introduced, by Wilfrid T. Smith, to the magickal philosophy of Aleister Crowley, the head of the organization known as, the Ordo Templi Orientis.

Parsons life took a strange turn when he undertook a ritual he named,The Babalon Working, wherein he performed an intense Enochian Ritual, specifically designed to manifest an earthly incarnation of the Thelemic primal goddess, “Babalon.”

Much has been written about this extraordinary ritual, and its shocking, seemingly tragic outcome, in the form of two books, “Sex and Rockets“, and “Strange Angel“. (Purchase these books, via links listed below).

I have created several Astrological Charts regarding the highlights of Parsons’ fascinating life, which are available upon request, to serious Magicians, and those interested in the Jack’s magickal career.

In honor of Jack’s memory, there is a group on Facebook, dedicated to this amazingly talented man.

There is also a collector’s edition, Jack Parsons’ Memorial T-Shirt, available here.

Jack Parsons – Wikipedia Entry

Books about Jack Parsons: (Buy them by clicking below, and support this site!)

Love and Rockets

Strange Angel

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