Voxx The Psychic Podcast: 3/19/07

March 21st, 2007 by Voxx


  • Astrological News of the Week: Recent Solar Eclipse in Pisces; New Moon in Pisces; Vernal Equinox coming up.
  • Caller Number 1: Scorpio Girl.
    Question: What’s Going to Happen to her Abusive Co-Worker?
    Tarot Reading: Ace of Swords, 5 of Disks, and 4 of Disks.
    Conversation: Reporting a co-worker’s sexual harassment could get him fired; should she fear retaliation?
  • Caller Number 2: Kevin (Gemini).
    Question: What will happen regarding his Medical Situation? Should he switch medications?
    Tarot Reading: 10 of Cups, 10 of Wands, and 9 of Disks; followed by the 9 of Cups.
    Conversation: New medication can heal, but will it prove too toxic for his fragile health? Caller receives an advisement to stay on current meds; Caller rants about fake enlightenment promised by various Magickal Orders.
  • Psychic Protection: The use of certain crystals can offer Psychic Protection; such as, Black Obsidian, Onyx, Black Tourmaline.
  • Voxx Tarot Instruction: News about Voxx’s new Tarot Book and deck. Voxx is one of the only true teachers of the Book of Thoth.
  • Caller Number 3: Kip (Capricorn; Thelemite)
    Question: Why does she hesitate to do the right thing? What happens when people don’t listen to my advice? Wishes she had listened to Voxx the first time; People with Scorpio Rising enjoy scaring people.
  • Voxx’s Vision Confirmed: Voxx saw Kip going to Santa Monica City College, where she had already enrolled.
  • The Superiority/Inferiority Complex: How it works.
  • The Smiths: Quoting lyrics from “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now.”
  • George W. Bush: A valuable lesson from “The Decider”.
  • Disrespecting Pagan Veterans: Pagans have been forbidden to use the symbol of the Pentagram on their gravestones.
  • Voxx vs. The Buddha: The Enlightenment of Huang Po; Yoga; and Mudras.
  • Knowledge and Conversation of the HGA: How the Holy Guardian Angel directs the Magician.
  • Zulu: Magickal Tattoo Artist of Los Angeles.
  • Caller Number 4: Rose (Taurus).
    Question: What does her dream of a Black Car with a Red Top mean?
    Tarot Reading: Hanged Man, 6 of Disks, and 2 of Swords.
    Conversation: Voxx advises the caller on how to get her career moving forward.
  • Qabalistic Dream Interpretation: The Tower Trump; explosive Mars force.
  • Colors and Dreams: Black and Red; Symbols of Binah and Geburah.
  • Synchronicity: Caller admits to having dreamt of the Tower Card.
  • Tarot Dream Interpretation: 5 of Wands, and The Universe indicate an intense level of Saturn energy.
  • Astrological Dream Interpretation: 5 of Wands, Saturn in Leo squares the Caller’s own Saturn in Aquarius.
  • Tarot Reading Regarding Love: 9 of Disks indicates the Caller’s Relationship seems a bit settled. Future Love Life and a new partner are indicated by Knight of Cups and Nine of Cups are drawn. New love arrives after a career change.
  • Caller Number 5: Vanessa (Taurus).
    Question: What’s the cause of her Aries’ daughter’s bad behavior?
    Numerology: Mother is a 33, Husband is an 11, Daughter is an 11. What does this mean?
    Tarot Reading: 5 of Wands and The Tower.
    Conversation: The Caller’s 4-year old daughter is a drama queen, and is seriously misbehaving. The child is seeking attention and is conscious imitating psychologically imbalanced behavior of a relative.
  • This Week’s Planetary Info: Moon enters Aries; Sun at 29 Degrees Pisces; Vernal Equinox on March 20th, 2007 at 7:48 pm (PST).
  • Caller Number 6: Barbara (Aquarius).
    Question: What can she do to generate money? She’s facing eviction. Voxx advises the caller on how to get out of being evicted and straightening her life out. The “Secret” is a Delusion.

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Moon Void-of-Course Listing, March 2007

March 20th, 2007 by Voxx

Moon Void-of Course Explanation; For Astrology Classes.

Moon Void Begins
Moon Void Ends
New Moon Sign
Mar 02nd @ 12:02 pm Mar 02nd @ 02:32 pm Virgo
Mar 04th @ 11:56 pm Mar 05th @ 02:25 am Libra
Mar 07th @ 12:51 pm Mar 07th @ 03:17 am Scorpio
Mar 09th @ 06:51 pm Mar 10th @ 03:38 am Sagittarius
Mar 12th @ 12:27 pm Mar 12th @ 02:35 pm Capricorn
Mar 14th @ 02:21 pm Mar 14th @ 08:52 pm Aquarius
Mar 16th @ 10:01 pm Mar 16th @ 11:30 pm Pisces
Mar 18th @ 09:59 pm Mar 18th @ 11:42 pm Aries
Mar 20th @ 09:33 pm Mar 20th @ 11:15 pm Taurus
Mar 22th @ 09:12 am Mar 23rd @ 12:06 am Gemini
Mar 25th @ 01:57 am Mar 25th @ 03:49 am Cancer
Mar 26th @ 08:36 am Mar 27th @ 11:04 am Leo
Mar 29th @ 07:23 pm Mar 29th @ 09:27 pm Virgo

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The Voxx Show: Free Psychic Readings at 9PM (PST)

March 20th, 2007 by Voxx

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Saint Patrick’s Day: The Official “Pagan” Saint!

March 18th, 2007 by Voxx

saintpatrick1Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Being part Irish, I thought it fitting to share a bit with you all about the the historical person whose memory we celebrate every March 17th, the traditional Feast Day of Saint Patrick. For non-Catholics, the “Feast Day” of any saint is the anniversary of the month and day of his or her death or martyrdom.

The Two Patricks: Interestingly, there are scholars who have suggested the “Theory of the Two Patricks”, suggesting that the person we know as Saint Patrick, was actually the amalgamation of two separate historical figures, however, I will simply share the story of Saint Patrick in regards to the aspects of his life which have become most accepted in modern history.

Birth Name of Patrick: The birth name of Patrick was originally Maewyn Succat, which translates as “May-born Warrior”. (Mae, “Born in the 5th Month”; Wyn, “Joy”; Succat, “Warlike”.)

Birth and Youth: Saint Patrick was allegedly born in Wales (some say Scotland, but his name belies a connection to the Welsh traditions) approximately between the years of 385-390 AD. Maewyn was born, and lived as a Pagan, for the first part of his life.

Legend has it that at the age of 16, he was kidnapped by a group of Irish marauders who raided his village, and was subsequently sold into slavery. It was during the time of his captivity as a slave that he first sought refuge in the idea of the God of the Christians.

st germain1Religious Orders: At the age of 22, Maewyn escaped from slavery and journeyed to Gaul, where he entered a monastery run by the Bishop of Auxerre, Saint Germain (not to be confused with the person known as Count Saint Germain.) Maewyn stayed at the monastery, studying for 12 years, during which time he came to the realization that his “calling” was to convert the Pagans to Christianity.

The Calling: Maewyn decided he wanted to start his lifelong mission by returning to Ireland, however his religious superiors at the monastery chose to charge Saint Palladius with the task instead. Within two years’ time, Palladius was transferred to Scotland, leaving Maewyn to become the second bishop appointed to Ireland. During his time at the monastery, Maewyn had adopted the Christian name of Patrick (meaning, “Noble”.)saintgermainmonastery3

Life as a Bishop: Upon his appointment as Bishop of Ireland, Patrick began living his mission of converting a great number of Pagans to Christianity, infuriating a particular group known as the Druids of Wicklow Head, who occupied Ireland at the time. In an effort to stifle his success, Patrick suffered through a series of arrests at the hands of the Druids, but managed to escape every time.

Once freed, Patrick the next 30 years roaming Ireland, establishing schools and monasteries throughout the entire country, thus enabling his relatively speedy conversion of the Irish to Christianity.

End of Life: After retiring from his active work of conversion, Patrick retired to the town of Saul, County Down, where he died on March 17th, sometime between the years of 461-464 AD (according to various legends). Since that time, people around much of the world have continued to celebrate the life and work of Patrick, who has become known as the Patron Saint of Ireland.

The Canonization of Saint Patrick: Strangely enough, Saint Patrick has never been formally canonized by any Pope of the Catholic Church! This is because for most of Christianity’s first thousand years, canonisations were done on the diocesan or regional level.

Ordinarily, soon after the death of people considered to be very holy, the local Church affirms their ability to be liturgically celebrated as saints. Since there has never been a formal affirmation by the Catholic Church, as a result of this bizarre oversight, Saint Patrick has never received a formal decree of his Sainthood!

All that aside, the lack of an “official” declaration of his sainthood, has done little to affect his popularity with millions of us who remember him, and continue to celebrate his feast day! Saint Patrick — “This Bud’s for you!”

The Lore of Saint Patrick: A great deal of Irish folklore and superstition continues to surround St. Patrick’s Day, although a great deal of this lore has never been actually substantiated.

Resuscitation of the Dead: During his life, Patrick reputedly raised people from the dead, although there are no official reports to substantiate this claim;

leviathanblueThe Banishing of the Serpents: Most famously, Patrick was said to have “driven all the snakes out of Ireland” by the power of one of his sermons. However, science has proven that snakes have never been native to Ireland. In particular, one serpent supposedly banished from Ireland by Saint Patrick was, Caoránach. Legend has it that Caoránach was a dragon monster, said to be the mother of demons and devils. There are others who believe that this is a metaphor for Patrick’s conversion of the Pagans.

Saint Patrick’s Feast Day, a Global Celebration: Saint Patrick’s Day was originally celebrated as a Catholic Holy Day, however, the saint’s Feast Day has since become more of a secular holiday, celebrated by people from all faiths.

The Shamrock, Symbol of Saint Patrick: The traditional icon of Saint Patrick is the Shamrock, (called “Copóg Phádraig”, Gaelic) a clover leaf, which usually is made of 3 separate leaves. Ancient uses of the clover leaf was to protect one from the mischief of Fairies.Irish clover

Inasmuch as Saint Patrick is concerned, the significance of the Shamrock clover was used as a way to explain the divinity of the Trinity of the Christian faith. He used the Shamrock symbol to explain the esoteric idea of the “Father, Son and the Holy Spirit”, as one being with separate functions. To this day, Catholics and other followers of the saint wear a Shamrock in his honor, upon his Feast Day.

Saint Patrick’s Day in America: The custom of celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day, arrived in America in 1737. That was the year which the Feast Day of Saint Patrick was first celebrated in America, in Boston, Massachussetts.

People continue to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day by holding parades, the “wearing of the green”, and drinking beer (sometimes green!)

Pagan Origins of Saint Patrick’s Day: It has been noted by many that Saint Patrick’s Day has become the Church’s way of allowing people to celebrate the Vernal Equinox (the birth of Spring) with the symbolizing of the color green, as well as the acceptance of the wild reveling of people at this time of the year as the “party time” of Spring Break arrives. Interesting timing, hmm?

Saint Patrick Links: To find out more about this fascinating and much-loved historical figure, feel free to check out the links on the Voxx Magickal Forum, in the Saint Section.

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Angelina Jolie’s New Son, Pax Thien Jolie

March 15th, 2007 by Voxx

paxthienjolieAccording to news reports, Angelina Jolie has just formally announced her adoption of a new son, whom Jolie has named Pax Thien Jolie.

Little Pax Thien Jolie, was born in November, 2003. Of course, everybody is familiar with Angelina’s habit of giving her children unusual names, and Pax is no exception.

Pax Thien translates to “Peaceful Sky”, and is a combination of Latin (“Pax”, which means “Peace”) and Vietnamese (“Thien”, which means “Sky”).

I discovered that Pax’s original birth name was Pham Quang Sang, which means “Bright Brilliance”. Either way, these are wonderful names for a very lucky little boy.

I’d like to congratulate Angelina on the newest addition to her growing, international brood. I’m sure Maddox will be happy to have a brother to play soccer with!

Welcome to America Pax!

(Photos © AFP/Getty; Matt Sayles/AP)

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