Monday, January 14, 2008

FIND YOUR SOL LIFE AND TIMES




FIND YOUR BEST DYNAMICS THIS YEAR of YOUR LIFE with a five minute email from Paneagle. Birth date time and place to email paneagle7 yahoo.

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LIZ TAYLOR LIFE HISTORY PROVES "SOL ARC" LIFE CYCLES.

Astrologer PANEAGLE maps your Sol life cycles and KEY YEARS. In the case of Liz Taylor, we find the years corresponding to her first year in 1933 being brought up in very fortunate circumstances, 1943 when she made a hit with National Velvet, her early (age 13-14)teen years as a young actress, her best marriage to Mike Todd in 1957, best performances for Taming of the Shrew and the time with Richard Burton in 1966-67, her time on Broadway in 1981, her creation of the very successful White Diamonds perfume company in 1991 and her appearance on the Simpson’s, and its' 15 year celebration in 2006, also the year of her jewelry Auction and made public appearances to deny rumors she was near death.

HIGHLIGHTS AND DYNAMICS OF A LIFE
These were indeed the highlights of her lifetime. The expensive blockbuster Cleopatra was also vital, but not a success nor easily made. We can see Sol Cycles as best times in our life and this our example of a perfection using the Sol Signs. Liz has one more milestone at age 90, if she makes it that long. Her birth sol stars point to her as a uncrowned Queen of America, for in many ways, she is, and not really so unlike Queen Elizabeth of England, her birth country. Of course, we hope she is well today, and always.

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star signs said...

Those were some pretty interesting stuffs for me being an Aquarian. I have read lots of different horoscopes and reading for me yet they are different from different sources, although, there are some points where they do meet. I think that what should really matter is on how we interpret those readings that are given to us and on how we make use of those interpretation in our daily lives.

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