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Voice of a Ghost?

This just in from Court TV :

A couple of MusicBox composers, Joel Goodman and Dan Stein, had a paranormal experince while  recording a musical score for a new Court TV series "Haunting Evidence". They recorded the music and, while mixing the tracks, found some audio on supposedly empty tracks. They sent these audio files to their software tech team who confirmed that these tracks were empty. However when Joel and Dan went back to the studio and listened more closely they distinctly heard a woman singing in the backgorund. "She sounded angelic and it gave us the creeps because there were no vocals in oour music score and no women anywhere near us in the recording sessions." Mr.Stein said.

Is it a female ghost? Stay tuned....

Void of Course Moons June 2007

For those of you who track the void of course moons through the months, here is June 2007. For those who are not familiar with Void-Of-Course moons, please read this article and see how they can improve your timing.

A big thank you to renowned astrologer Felissa Rose for the charts.

The following times are Eastern Standard. Adjustments must be made for other time zones.

VOID BEGINS—VOID ENDS                                     SIGN MOON ENTERS AFTER VOID

Sat Jun 2 7:30 AM To 11:10 AM                           Moon enters Capricorn

Mon Jun 4 5:45 PM To 7:16 PM                            Moon enters Aquarius

Wed Jun 6 9:48 PM To Thu Jun 7 1:25 AM            Moon enters Pisces

Sat Jun 9 1:53 AM To 5:27 AM                            Moon enters Aries

Mon Jun 11 3:58 AM To 7:30 AM                         Moon enters Taurus

Tue Jun 12 7:18 PM To Wed Jun 13 8:25 AM       Moon enters Gemini

Fri Jun 15 6:00 AM To 9:46 AM                          Moon enters Cancer

Sun Jun 17 3:40 AM To 1:26 PM                         Moon enters Leo

Tue Jun 19 5:23 PM To 8:47 PM                         Moon enters Virgo

Fri Jun 22 2:51 AM To 7:45 AM                         Moon enters Libra

Sun Jun 24 3:23 PM To 8:28 PM                        Moon enters Scorpio

Tue Jun 26 4:24 PM To Wed Jun 27 8:25 AM     Moon enters Sagittarius

Fri Jun 29 1:09 PM To 6:06 PM                         Moon enters Capricorn

Felissa can be reached via email at: [email protected]  and also has a webpage at http://www.accessnewage.com/Felissa/

Feng Shui pays off!

Gee, maybe I should have studied feng shui.....

And to My Loyal Feng Shui Adviser, I Leave $3 Billion 190fengshui02

May 1 — A will purporting to have been written by one of the world’s wealthiest women, Nina Wang, leaving her feng shui adviser an estate estimated at more than $3 billion.

The case has highlighted the city’s obsession with feng shui, the ancient Chinese practice of positioning objects to create a harmonious environment. While it is becoming less fashionable among the city’s most cosmopolitan elite to talk about feng shui, academic specialists say the practice still has deep roots in Hong Kong culture, with local bookstores devoting ever more shelf space to the subject.

The first will to surface after Mrs. Nina Wang’s death on April 3 had nothing to do with feng shui. Instead, it was philanthropic and ambitious. But what has captivated the city for the past two weeks has been a second will, written in English, dated last October and with unclear origins. It entrusts the entire fortune to Chan Chun-chuen, Mrs. Wang’s feng shui adviser. He is also a successful local real estate investor, although not as successful as Mrs. Wang was in construction. Mr. Chan had been photographed periodically at Mrs. Wang’s side, most notably in the early 1990s, after her husband was kidnapped. Mr. Chan and Mrs. Wang went many times to a Hong Kong temple to pray for her husband’s safe return; he was never found, and Mrs. Wang ended up winning control of his business after a lengthy legal struggle that also involved two wills.

Mr. Chan’s lawyer is Jonathan Midgley, already famous here as the criminal lawyer who successfully defended Mrs. Wang when she was accused of forging the will that left her the business.

Brian Gilchrist, Mrs. Wang’s lawyer in civil litigation during that struggle, is now representing the charitable foundation, which asked a probate court on April 25 to block Mr. Chan from claiming the estate, in what could become another long legal fight like the never ending wrangling over the estate of an earlier Hong Kong tycoon, Sir Robert Ho Tung, who died in 1956.

Mr. Gilchrist said he was not aware of any other sizable estates that had been left to feng shui advisers. Forbes magazine estimated Mrs. Wang’s fortune last month at $3.1 billion; she died of cancer at 69.

Mr. Chan’s role as feng shui adviser has become a subject of public fascination here. As Hong Kong has become a leading international financial center with more tall buildings than New York City, public attitudes toward feng shui have diverged widely.

Some are dismissive. David Tang, the founder of the Shanghai Tang clothing chain and a leading arbiter of style among Hong Kong’s elite, said that feng shui advisers were losing their influence, especially among the young. That view is disputed by academic experts like Ho Pui-yin, the deputy director of the Comparative and Public History Center at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She discerns feng shui influences in the colors that her students wear and the charms that many carry on book bags and handbags.

But with feng shui viewed by some as superstition rooted in an unscientific past, residents are often reluctant to describe their views, a problem that has stymied researchers seeking to estimate the percentage of the population that still follows feng shui precepts.

Even so, the Walt Disney Company adjusted the orientation of Hong Kong Disneyland after consulting a feng shui master. Investment bankers invite advisers into their offices to discuss how to arrange desks, goldfish tanks and other objects to best channel what some contend is the energy of nearby mountains flowing into the sea.

Local feng shui masters insist that, unlike people who attend church in many Western societies, their adherents are not skewed toward the old. Warren Lee, who has been studying feng shui for 40 years, said more than half his current clients were in their 30s or 40s; Cheung Yat-yiu, a feng shui master who travels twice a year to the United States and Canada, estimated that 70 percent of his clients were under 50.

May 2007 Pet Horoscope

Merry May comes in on sturdy paws and wings and you might find that your furry, scaley and feathery friend has more courage and self-assuredness than usual. By mid-month, the Sun moves into Gemini and  spark all sorts of shenanegians. Bring out all the playthings!
Check your pet's May horoscope here.


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