Availability For Tarot Card readings on July 29, 2013

If you have questions about love relationships, jobs, money or are just wondering what is coming up in your life. I can give you a Tarot Reading and we can see what the cards have to say! I will be available for readings until 11:00PM, eastern time today. If you would like to schedule a Tarot Card Reading with me, please go to my website to arrange an appointment with me.

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The Brontes-The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

The invention of railways revolutionised transport in Britain, with both canals and roads suddenly appearing obsolete. Without a railway, industries were at a major disadvantage. Leeds had the railway in 1840, Bradford 1846, Keighley by 1847. As early as 1845, a proposal for a line from Hebden Bridge via Oxenhope and Haworth to Keighley was supported by Patrick Bronte as well as by the local mill-owners. Branwell even applied for the post as Secretary to the new company – but didn’t get the job. Just at the wrong time, the railway share bubble burst, and the company folded without the line being built. It was not until 1867 that the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway was finally opened, and then only as a branch line, 5 miles (8km) long. It was mainly funded by the mill owners, but before long was taken over by the Midland Railway. As a branch line it was inevitably targeted by Dr. Beeching and was closed in 1962. A preservation society then bought the line: it was reopened as a tourist attraction in 1968, and has gone from strength to strength ever since. As well as the trains and the stations (which have been restored to represent different historical periods), there is a museum at Ingrow and an exhibition shed at Oxenhope.

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Quote For The Day By ~Czesław Miłosz~

“No duties. I don’t have to be profound. I don’t have to be artistically perfect. Or sublime. Or edifying. I just wander. I say: ‘You were running, That’s fine. It was the thing to do.’ And now the music of the worlds transforms me. My planet enters a different house. Trees and lawns become more distinct. Philosophies one after another go out. Everything is lighter yet not less odd. Sauces, wine vintages, dishes of meat. We talk a little of district fairs, Of travels in a covered wagon with a cloud of dust behind, Of how rivers once were, what the scent of calamus is. That’s better than examining one’s private dreams. And meanwhile it has arrived. It’s here, invisible. Who can guess how it got here, everywhere. Let others take care of it. Time for me to play hooky. Buena notte. Ciao. Farewell.”
— Czesław Miłosz

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Daily Card: Four Of Arrows Reversed

Four Of Arrows Reversed-Description Of The Card: Choosing to spend time alone for recovery. A sense of loneliness. Needing more time to recover than has been allowed. Needing a more detached view of a problem or situation.

Four Of Arrows Reversed-Interpretation Of The Card: Go ahead be kind to yourself today. Take some time out for sleep. Spend some time alone for reflection and healing. If you have been physically sick lately. Recovery will come to you quicker if you time to sleep and allow your body to rest and recover. If you are heart-sick, choosing to separate yourself from others is a wise decision at this time even if it does make you feel lonely. You need time to reflect on the situation and make some decisions. This is a hard process to be sure but you really need to take the time for yourself. Try not to spend the day just dwelling on this problem or situation. Do something that relaxes you and allows you to clear your head and heart. Whatever they activity is for you, sleeping, reading, a hobby, fishing, spiritual reflection..whatever allows you to release and relax. Today is all about doing that very thing.

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Availability For Tarot Card Readings On July 28, 2013

For those who have requested my availability today. I will be available for readings until 11:00PM, eastern time today. If you would like to schedule a Tarot Card Reading with me, please go to my website to arrange an appointment with me.

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The Brontes-Romance At Last-Part 3

Before long, Charlotte was pregnant, suffering what seemed to be ‘morning sickness’. Soon she was ‘completely prostrated with weakness and sickness and constant fever.’ She died on 31 March 1855, aged 38. Arthur stayed at the Parsonage and looked after his father-in-law. He also made possible the publication of Charlotte’s first novel, The Professor. Arthur and Patrick did their best to cooperate with Elizabeth Gaskell, whose Life of Charlotte Bronte was published in March 1857, but Mrs. Gaskell’s view of them both was poisoned by Ellen Nussey, for whom ‘biter and twisted’ seems a reasonable description. When Patrick died in June 1861, his post as curate should have gone to Arthur, who had done most of the parish work for the previous decade. For reasons which remain obscure, the church trustees voted narrowly against him. He retreated to Ireland, where in time he married a cousin but, with his new wife’s acquiescence, maintained their home as a Bronte shrine. Haworth, meanwhile, was also in process of becoming a literary pilgrimage destination second only to Stratford. The opening of the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway in 1867 linked Haworth to the national rail network, making it much more accessible, and the steam train from Keighley or Oxenhope remains the quintessential way to reach it today. The Parsonage Museum allows us to appreciate something of the family’s domestic situation, and is full of fascinating memorabilia. For a sense of the landscape which inspired all three sisters, but especially Emily, the classic walk out onto the moors and up to Top Withens is a must – but it’s a long walk and you need to go prepared.

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Quote For The Day By ~Joss Whedon~

“Equality is not a concept. It’s not something we should be striving for. It’s a necessity. Equality is like gravity. We need it to stand on this earth as men and women, and the misogyny that is in every culture is not a true part of the human condition. It is life out of balance, and that imbalance is sucking something out of the soul of every man and woman who’s confronted with it. We need equality. Kinda now.”
— Joss Whedon

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