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

Posted in Angels, Astrology, Celebrities, Memento Mori, News, Superstition, Television, Weird News | 2 Comments »


 

2 Responses

  1. a.s.

    it’s been more the suggested that “soul mates” literal can not live without each other. I wonder if that is a bi product of psychic intermingling, or if it is truly a reflection of a “deeper” soul relationship.

  2. Voxx

    .’.93.’.

    I don’t think there’s any real “across-the-board” answer to the “Soul Mate” question. There are people who can’t live without one another, merely because they’re co-dependent to a great degree. There are people you can love for the rest of your life, yet never see again. These people can be “Soul Mates”, just as well. Most people I’ve counseled who claim to be dealing with Soul Mates, have a lot of intense, unresolved issues. I’d rather have a mate of my choosing, rather than let “Fate” dictate my partner. Still, your views may be valid for some. Thanks for stopping by!

    LVX,
    Voxx

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