Archive for April, 2019

Kaitlyn Maura3 months ago
Soul Meets Body: May 2019’s New Moon in Taurus
On Saturday, May 4, at 6:45 PM EST, we will have a New Moon in Taurus at 14'10 degrees. Here's what you can expect.
Erin Montgomery3 months ago
Carrying the Wounds Forward
All of my articles leading up to now have documented my struggles coming to terms with my experiences as an alien contactee and abductee. Making sense of this as a family heritage. Dealing with my emo...
Lydia Cruz3 months ago
What I’ve Learned About Wicca
Religions are never easy to understand, especially those not necessarily mentioned of, on daily basis. Wicca, for me, is one of those religions, but it's one I’ve always ended up looking up every year...
Lewis Jefferies3 months ago
Exclusive: There Are Currently No Plans to Release the 'Doctor Who' Series 10 Soundtrack
April 15, 2017 was the day Peter Capaldi’s Swan Song Doctor Who series began broadcasting. Series ten, episode one, which was titled The Pilot introduced Pearl Mackie as the 12th Doctor’s final compan...
Mindy Sleeper3 months ago
Child of Love
She was born in a world of darkness—though she was born from Purity and Love—her spirit pure as the white snow that fell on the ground during her birth. Which truly was a sign for those with eyes to s...
Raven Wade3 months ago
A Simple Guide to Living Green and Saving Money
With climate change threatening the future of our home, it is crucial that everyone do their part to protect and regenerate the earth. This means: limiting waste, recycling, composting, eating more na...
Faith Summer3 months ago
10 Cool Facts About the Universe
Alright, 'bout to get a little nerdy here for a minute. But what can I say, I'm obsessed with this little (huge) planet, the stardust that surrounds it, and all the wild miracles that exist within it....
Kaitlyn Maura3 months ago
Karmageddon: Saturn Retrograde in Capricorn 2019
On Monday, April 29th, Saturn will station retrograde at 20’31 degrees of its home sign of Capricorn. Here’s what you can expect.
Joseph A. Morrison3 months ago
"The Macra Terror" and the Future of Missing Doctor Who Animations
Since the discovery by the wider fan-base in 1981 that the BBC had been junking episodes of Doctor Who they believed would never be seen again, there have been many attempts to reconstruct these gaps. People have gone to great lengths to recover the episodes themselves, of course, but, with 97 episodes still missing, fans have wanted a way of experiencing these stories as well as all those that exist in the archives. We've had had telesnaps, novelisations, audio releases with linking narration, ...
Amanda Rose3 months ago
New Space Opera on Audible
This week the long anticipated Fire Fury Frontier hit Audible. With barely over 1,000 space operas available in audible's library, for sci-fi fans this is a huge win. The Fire Fury Saga has been recei...
Ray Percival3 months ago
'The Chronology Protection Case'
The Chronology Protection Conjecture (TCPC)—this is the idea that we, as human beings, are intimately entangled with the evolution of the cosmos and that it (the cosmos) simply will not allow us to ta...
Paul Levinson3 months ago
Review of 'The Orville' Season 2 Finale
The Orville really brought it home last night with a season two finale (2.14) that built on last week's superb time travel episode (2.13). In effect, making both parts a brilliant two-part time travel...
4 of Us 3 months ago
Tales of Sore
Power, Strength, and Magic
Peter P3 months ago
'A.I. Rising' (2018)
I was always wondering whether I was able to create life. It seems that I am. Take any porn movie and you can be sure there’ll be some plumber who not only tries to repair the drain, but also will exa...
Matthew Trundle3 months ago
An Intimate and Human Look at Troubled Familial Relationships, and Memories, 'Marjorie Prime' Is an Underrated Sci-Fi Gem
Based on the play of the same name by Jordan Harrison, Marjorie Prime takes place in a near future where it’s possible to hire a holographic version of a loved one, which will retain and store any mem...
Kyle Parker3 months ago
The night was darker than the deepest black, and his eyes as sorrowful as if he saw a crow standing over his own grave. Jack, a boy of about four years, stood still. He gazed over the long narrow stre...