ASTROLOGY PICTURE OF THE DAY
Using the astrologically sensitive deep space telescope on Avachinskaja Sopka, located on the Kamchatka peninsula, Russia, scientists captured this stunning image of the Part of Fortune crossing over the 11th house cusp in front of the M74 spiral galaxy. M74 is a nearly perfect face-on spiral, about 30 million light-years away toward the constellation Pisces. The red blotches seen in this composite view are ultraluminous x-ray sources (ULXs) mapped by the Sopka Deep Space Telescope. The unit had to undergo years of training and read several books published by CPA Press before it could sense subtle elements such as the Arabic parts and house cusps. Most astrologers refuse to acknowledge that the controversial telescope actually exists. Tomorrow: The etheric body of the former Mir Space Station photographs the progressed Moon of the Moon landing chart.
April 1st 2005