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  1. Hi Marjorie

    With the sudden news that Chelsea Manning will be released in May, could you look at her chart for the coming year?

    Thank you

  2. Hi Marjorie, could you look at Utada Hikaru? She’s a Japanese-American singer and songwriter born on January 19, 1983 in Manhattan, NY. Astrotheme says her birth time is 1:17 am. She’s an extremely prominent singer in Japan and released some albums in America. Recently, she released a comeback album after a 7 year hiatus during which she lost her mother (another famous Japanese singer named Keiko Fuji) from suicide, got married a second time (a marriage that caused some controversy due to her husband being a bartender who left his job shortly before their wedding, leading some people to believe that he’s a lazy freeloader), and had her first child. It’d be nice to know how all of these sudden personal changes will affect her and her work. Thanks!

  3. The Womens March on Washington is scheduled to start on January 21st, 10:00am-5:00pm, Independence Ave SW & 3rd St SW. Washington, DC 20024.
    How do you think this will go? Will it be both peaceful and successful? Will people in the government pay attention to the march? will it have any impact? Also will it be of any historical importance, or forgotten?

  4. I suppose truth is relative in the Trump administration, “Monica Crowley bows out of Trump administration post following plagiarism revelations”

  5. Hi Marjorie, can you look at actor Ryan Phillipe’s chart. He is enjoying an upswing in his career as his TV show Shooter has just been signed for a 2nd series. He was married to actress, Reece Witherspoon, for a time and recently split from his fiance. He says having children felt very natural and he gravitated towards fatherhood easily and wanted to be around them when they were young and to be there at their most pivotal years. He has had a lifelong battle with depression but says he is much happier these days saying he ‘isn’t as dark as he used to be. I don’t have to be defined by my depression. There is a sensitivity that will never change and an empathy that will never change but how you deal with those feelings and where you let them take you, that’s an individualistic journey for anyone who struggles. I think the amount of reading that I’ve done, the work on myself and the ways that I’ve found to cope are healthier than when I was younger. I don’t know what that specifically amounts to other than being more careful and considerate about why you make the choices you do or where the feelings you have come from. And then ultimately just breathe.’ He sounds like he has an intense emotional nature and feels too much to the point it can bring on the black dog but is proactive in helping himself. He was born Sep 10 1974, 5.18pm, Delaware, USA. Thanks.

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