For the first 37 minutes, I make a case for Geographical Astrology — known to some as Astrocartography — being an absolutely necessary way to attain success and avoid failure, and give examples from clients, friends, and my own travels.
Then I plunge into reading the first half of William Hope Hodgson’s “Horse of the Invisible”, one of the tales in his “Carnacki the Ghost Hunter” series, written and published in about 1910. Hodgson would go in to valorous service in the Great War, dying from injuries in 1918, just before the Armistice. This is one from a series of tales I’ve been reading on Ed Augusts’ World from the uncanny and weird tales of authors like Algernon Blackwood, W.H. Hodgson, and Lord Dunsany. There will be some H.P. Lovecraft coming up, I’m sure!
Thanks for Listening! ———-Ed
Friday 08/25/2017 – 6pm EDT, 3pm PDT
Ed Augusts’ World of Books, History, Ancient Knowledge, World Politics, & a little metaphysics
Tuesdays & Fridays – 6pm EDT, 3pm PDT