H.P. Lovecraft: An Infernal Birthday

August 20th, 2018 by Voxx

Howard Phillips Lovecraft (Art Copyright by Tim Shay)Celebrating the 127th birthday of the incomparable horror fantasy writer, Howard Phillips Lovecraft, more commonly known as H.P. Lovecraft.

An admirer of Edgar Allan Poe, Lovecraft spent countless childhood hours reading his books, due to tragic situations regarding both his parents, who were both committed (at different times) to insane asylums in Providence, Rhode Island.

Other than reading and writing horror fiction, Lovecraft was fascinated with Astronomy; However, he was unable to finish his schooling due to a nervous breakdown he suffered before his high school graduation.

Lovecraft lived a solitary life, and rarely ventured outside his home. Despite this, he had a large number of literary friends and admirers, and wound up writing close to 100,000 letters to them throughout his relatively short life.

Of all his works, he is most known for his “Cthulhu Mythos”, a series of stories regarding an ancient chthonic water deity. So fascinating was the first story he wrote about the creature, that his admirers started adding their own versions and continuations through the years.

Some of his friends, admirers and students include some of the greatest writers of the last century, including Robert Bloch (writer of the classic, “Psycho”), and Robert E. Howard (“Conan the Barbarian”), and fantasy writer and poet, Clark Ashton Smith.

Although Lovecraft has inspired many modern films, I personally feel that none have really done his work justice, as his tales are so filled with subjective horror, they really can’t be put to film.

The following links will take you to free versions of several of my personal favorites:

“The Call of Cthulhu”, (the story that started it all.)

“The Shadow Out of Time”, (this one will seriously blow your mind.)

“The Dreams in the Witch House”, (incredibly horrifying!)

“At the Mountains of Madness”, (John Carpenter’s film, “The Thing”, was inspired by this story.

— and Lovecraft’s epic masterpiece …

“The Case of Charles Dexter Ward”

If you’ve never heard of Lovecraft, I encourage you to read his works, and discover his dark genius for yourself. Below is a link to more information about him, and his writings.

Oh, and when you’re reading his stories, it might be best to leave the lights on… not that it will help.

HP Lovecraft on Wikipedia

The Strange Lore of the Grave of Howard Phillips Lovecraft

~Voxx~

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Voxx: Featured in New 100 Top Psychics Book

June 14th, 2014 by Voxx


Greetings All,

I’m happy to announce my inclusion in the new book, “The 100 Top Psychics & Astrologers in America”, written by Paulette Cooper and Paul Noble. As many of my readers know, this is my second time being included in this book, the last time being in 1994.

I’ve done Psychic and Astrological readings for close to 250,000 people as of now, (including Trance Mediumship, Numerology readings and more). I’ve had the distinct pleasure/honor of reading many of the world’s most influential, and talented people.

You can buy the book by simply clicking the link on the right-hand side menu of this site, beneath the “My Book Club” heading. Or, you can buy a copy, personally signed by me, by emailing me at my listed email address at the top right of this page.

In addition, to being included in the book, I also created the official website, and all the media presence for the book. I’ll be putting together some appearances after Mercury goes fully direct on July 1st, 2014.

Please “like” the book on Facebook, and “follow” us on Twitter.

I will be featuring Paulette on one of my upcoming radio shows (Voxx The Psychic Show ®) and I’ll post links to keep you up-to-date.

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Voxx, Featured in The Book, “100 Top Psychics In America”

June 14th, 2014 by Voxx

Just to let all my fans know that I am featured in the book, “The 100 Top Psychics & Astrologers in America 2014″. This is my second time being featured in this fantastic book, written by Paulette Cooper and Paul Noble.

I also created all the social media for the book.

I’m featured in a 3-page interview, which details my life as a Psychic Medium, (as well as Certified Tarot Grand Master, Astrologer and Numerologist).

This book is full of great info, and also contains pictures and contact info for yours truly, and others. Paulette is a well-known author with experience in busting the “faux psychics” in the field. As such, it truly is an honor to be considered as one of the major talents in the upper echelons of such rarified company.

Visit The 100 Top Psychics & Astrologers Official Site, for more info.

On Facebook: The 100 Top Psychics & Astrologers Official Facebook

On Twitter: The 100 Top Psychics & Astrologers Official Twitter

Also, buy the book here! It makes for a great read and a wonderful gift.

Send any and all Testimonials regarding any interesting readings you’ve had with me, over the years, and I will be including them in a new compilation.

~V~

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Saturn in Virgo: Lessons From Hygeia

September 15th, 2008 by Voxx

Seeing that Saturn will be in Virgo for awhile longer, I thought you all might benefit from learning a bit more about this placement.

For starters, the planet Saturn rules the bones, skull, teeth, and interestingly enough, the Ajna and Muladara Chakras (the 3rd Eye and Groin chakras, respectively).

The Zodiac Sign Virgo rules the intestines, nutrition, skin (via its planetary ruler Mercury), and the Svadisthana Chakra (the abdomen).

With these ideas in mind, it might be a good time to use the discipline (Saturn) to do something constructive (Virgo), such as get a medical checkup, or go to the dentist, and start taking better care of yourself.  To that end, I thought I’d share a story with you about how I recently paid homage to the ancient Greek Goddess, Hygeia, the patron of health and hygiene.

I decided to take my own advice (always a good idea when you’re psychic), and finally sought out someone I could trust with my health.  I started by going to Dr. William Dorfman (of Extreme Makeover fame).  My old friend Michael Thurmond (the trainer from EM), had suggested I give Dorfman a call, which I reluctantly did.

Nothing could have prepared me for the positive experience that unfolded as a result.  Of course, having the Moon in Capricorn crossing over my Ascendant must have helped.   I was scheduled to have an appointment with one of Dr. Dorfman’s dental hygienists and started getting nervous.

When I finally arrived at the office, I was pleasantly surprised by the cheerful and amazingly professional staff.  Of course, Dr. Dorfman was kind, and very informative — mapping out a course of care that would have me feeling and looking great in no time.  I was scheduled to return the next day.

When I returned for my follow-up appointment, I was introduced to a lovely lady named Iris.  I decided to unleash all my phobias and concerns, and found Iris looking directly at me with what I noticed were her piercing violet-grey eyes.  I could tell she realized she was dealing with someone who was overly sensitive (aren’t all psychics?)  Anyway, it didn’t take long for us to create a good rapport, for which I was grateful.

Working on physical bodies has to be a very difficult job, but still I really believe that a good doctor or healer is able to convey a sense of real concern, and make the patient feel as positive and comfortable as possible.  To that end, somewhere in between the chiseling and the nitrous oxide, Iris and I bonded big-time.  The nice thing was that we still had that rapport even after the nitrous wore off.  I had made a new friend.  Strangely enough, it turned out that I even knew of her son, and we shared a few other acquaintances as well.

It just goes to show what positive experiences can unfold from even such a tough planetary placement as Saturn in Virgo.  With this combination, doing one’s duty, taking care of business (including one’s health), can bring a sense of accomplishment and emotional satisfaction.

I suggest tuning in to your worst fears and addressing them consciously.  Then, just like that other famous goddess Nike, (the Greek Goddess of Victory) said — “Just do it!”

And of course, if you have the same fear of dentists that I have (as well as so many others), you need look no further than Dr. Dorfman’s office; and once there, make sure to schedule your nitrous session with Iris, for the love of your pearly whites.  Thanks Iris!

(By the way, this post is a non-paid endorsement … I just wanted to express my thanks!)

(Painting of “Hygeia” by Gustav Klimt)

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Mars in Taurus Sounds Like …

June 27th, 2007 by Voxx

venusSeriously folks, nothing more need be said that can better explain the sound of Mars in Taurus than this clip.

Update:  The clip of J-Hol and J-Hud has been taken down — Sorry! Do a search for it. It’s bound to show up again.

Mars is sheer power, and Taurus is ruled by Venus, Goddess of the musical arts. Check it out. I dare you not to get chills down your spine.(Copyright Info: This clip was made last night when at the BET Awards show.) 

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