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Astrology Numbers for 7/25/06

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libra's avatar - chi
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Posted: July 23, 2006, 7:05 pm - IP Logged

Sun in Leo                5-----0

Moon in Leo              5-----0        4thQuarter

Tuesday    Mars          1 - 8--6 - 3

551 - 558 - 556 - 553 - 501 - 508 - 506 - 503 - 001 - 008 - 006 - 003 - 550 - 500 

For Additional Pick - 4s add a 0 to the above Pick - 3 s 

5518 - 5516 - 5513 - 5586 - 5583 - 5563 - 5018 - 5016 - 5013 - 5086 - 5083 - 5063 - 0036 - 0038 - 0031 - 0068 - 0061 - 0081 - 5050            

Draw Time Planets

E.D.T.

Ohio 12:29 PM. Saturn 1 - 6  7:29 PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1 

PA.  1:10 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 , 7:PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1          

New Jersey 12:55 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 ,7:55 PM. Moon 4 - 9 

New York 12:25 to 12:30 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 , 7:35 to 7:55 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 11:21 PM  Sun 5 - 0       

Michigan  12:59 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 ,7:29 PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1    

Georgia 12:29 PM. Moon 4 - 9 ,6:59 PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1,11:PM. Mars 1-8  6-3  

 Florida 7:57 PM. Moon 4 - 9  

Kentucky 1:25 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 ,11:PM. Mars 1-8  6-3

Massachusetts  7:57 PM. Moon 4 - 9

South Carolina  6:59 PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1

Virginia  2:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4 , 11:PM. Sun 5 - 0 

Maryland  12:28 PM. Saturn  1 - 6 , 7:56 PM. Moon 4 - 9  

C.D.T.

Texas  12:PM. Moon 4 - 9 ,10:12 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 

Missouri  12:45 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 , 6:45 PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1 

Minnesota  6:25 PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1

Tennessee  6:28 PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1

Illinois 12:40 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 , 9:22 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

Oklahoma 9:10 PM. Saturn 1 - 6  

P.D.T.

California  1:PM. Saturn 1 - 6 , 7:PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1

Oregon  1:PM. Saturn 1 - 6, 4:PM. Sun 5 - 0, 7:PM. Mercury 3-6   8-1, 10:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4  

A.W.S.T. 

Singapore - 6:30 PM. Moon 4 - 9   

A.D.T.

New Brunswick , Canada  10:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4  

Today is the 206 day of the year, with 159 Days left in the year.

                751------------------------604

Green is the Planet and  Sign Numbers, Black are the Mirror Numbers.

Good Luck Libra Dave          Libra 

    Jani Norman's avatar - fiftyways
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    Posted: July 25, 2006, 10:17 am - IP Logged

    Today is Tuesday, July 25, the 206th day of 2006 with 159 
    to follow.  The moon is waxing. The morning stars are Mars, 
    Uranus, Saturn and Neptune. The evening stars are Mercury, 
    Jupiter, Venus and Pluto.
    Those born on this date are under the sign of Leo include: 

    Revolutionary War Gen. Henry Knox in 1750; 

    artists Thomas Eakins in 1844 and Maxfield Parrish in 1870; 

    actors Walter Brennan in 1894 and Jack Gilford in 1907; 

    actresses Estelle Getty in 1923 (age 83) 

    Barbara Harris in 1935 (age 71); 

    folk singer/songwriter Steve Goodman in 1948; 

    model/actress Iman in 1955 (age 51); 

    actor Matt LeBlanc in 1967 (age 39); 

    Louise Joy Brown, the first "test-tube" baby, in 1978 (age 28); 

    and actor Brad Renfro in 1982 (age 24). 
     


    On this date in history: 


    In 1832, one man was killed and three others injured in the 
    first recorded railroad accident in U.S. history. The four 
    were thrown from an otherwise vacant car on the Granite 
    Railway near Quincy, Mass. 
     
    In 1898, during the Spanish-American War, U.S. forces 
    launched their invasion of Puerto Rico, the 108-mile-long, 
    40-mile-wide island that was one of Spain's two principal 
    possessions in the Caribbean. 
     
    In 1909, French pioneer aviator Louis Bleriot became the 
    first person to fly a "heavier-than-air machine" across the 
    English Channel. It took him 36 minutes. 
     
    In 1917, Mata Hari, the archetype of the seductive female 
    spy, was sentenced to death in France as a German spy. 
     
    In 1952, Puerto Rico became a self-governing U.S. commonwealth. 
     
    In 1956, the Italian luxury liner Andrea Doria sank off 
    Long Island, N.Y., after colliding with the Swedish liner 
    Stockholm. 
     
    In 1965, folk legend Bob Dylan performed for the first time 
    with electric instruments, so upsetting his fans they booed 
    him off the stage. 
     
    In 1972, the Democratic vice presidential nominee, U.S. Sen. 
    Thomas Eagleton of Missouri, disclosed he had undergone 
    psychiatric treatment in the 1960s. Presidential nominee 
    George McGovern replaced him on the ticket with Sargent 
    Shriver. 
     
    In 1978, the world's first "test-tube" baby, Louise Brown, 
    was born in Oldham, England. 
     
    In 1986, former Navy radioman Jerry Whitworth was convicted 
    of selling U.S. military secrets to the Soviets through the 
    John Walker spy ring. The government called it the most 
    damaging espionage case since World War II. 
     
    In 1990, Eastern Airlines and 10 present and former managers 
    were indicted on federal charges of faking maintenance 
    records. 
     
    In 1991, the South African government admitted donating 
    $35 billion in 1989 to support political parties opposing 
    the South-West Africa People's Organization. 
     
    In 1992, the Summer Olympics opened in Barcelona, Spain. 
     
    In 1994, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Jordan's 
    King Hussein signed a declaration that ended the 46-year 
    state of war between their two countries. 
     
    In 1997, captured Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot was sentenced 
    to life imprisonment in a trial by his former comrades in 
    Cambodia. 
     
    In 1999, cyclist Lance Armstrong, having overcome cancer, 
    became the first American on an American team to win the 
    Tour de France. 
     
    In 2000, an Air France Concorde supersonic jet crashed on 
    takeoff from Paris, killing all 113 people aboard. It was 
    the first crash of a Concorde. 
     
    In 2003, U.S. President George W. Bush ordered U.S. troops 
    to the Liberian coast, outside of the capital city of 
    Monrovia, where civil war raged. 
     
    In 2004, Lance Armstrong won the grueling Tour de France 
    bicycle race for a record sixth consecutive year. 
     
    Also in 2004, the harshest cold spell in 30 years struck 
    the Andes Mountains in Peru causing the deaths of at least 
    46 children. 
     
    In 2005, two major unions, the Teamsters and the Service 
    Employees International, announced they were pulling out 
    of the AFL-CIO. 
     
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    "I am what I am by the grace of God."

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      Posted: July 25, 2006, 11:29 am - IP Logged

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