Monthly Archives: March 2018
From the previous posting we saw that McVeigh was deeply impacted by the Waco, TX destruction of the Branch Dravidians compound and group members, and the manner in which the FBI conducted the siege and assault. Upon his return to … Continue reading
McVeigh was staying with his friend Terry Nichols in Michigan when the siege at Waco, Texas took place. He had been learning about making various types of bombs and using various explosives. The Michigan farm gave them space and privacy … Continue reading
This photo of Timothy McVeigh was taken near the Group Davidian compound at Waco, Texas. The destruction of that compound and its inhabitants was seen by some as being the fault of the FBI. Astrodienst is the current host of … Continue reading
The essay index (menu) now offers a two-part essay on “Context.” This utilizes Shirley MacLaine’s day-by-day Camino pilgrimage to illustrate how the context of her pilgrimage makes it easy to interpret her Return and Advanced charts.
The name of Timothy McVeigh may not be familiar to many who are thirty years of age or younger. McVeigh was a withdrawn child from a broken family who had a career in the U.S. Army and later developed sympathies … Continue reading
After Shirley had found her antique cross in Leon she passed through Foncebadon, a small deserted village known for the pack of wild dogs that lived there. Shirley was very afraid of the dogs and had prepared herself to deal … Continue reading