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Astrology Numbers for 8/22/06

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libra's avatar - chi
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Posted: August 20, 2006, 5:45 pm - IP Logged

Sun in Leo                    5-----0

Moon in Leo            5-----0    3rdQuarter

Tuesday    Mars        1 - 8--6 - 3

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

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. Moon 4 - 9  

PA.  1:10 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 , 7:PM. Moon 4 - 9          

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

New York 12:25 to 12:30 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 , 7:35 to 7:37 PM. Moon 4 - 9, 7:38 to 7:55 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 ,11:21 PM  Venus 2-7       

Michigan  12:59 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 ,7:29 PM. Moon 4 - 9    

Georgia12:29 PM. Moon 4 - 9,6:59 PM. Mercury 3-6 8-1,11:PM.Sun 5 - 0  

 Florida 7:57 PM. Moon 4 - 9  

Kentucky 1:25 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 ,11:PM. Sun 5 - 0  

Massachusetts  7:57 PM. Saturn 1 - 6  

South Carolina  6:59 PM. Moon 4 - 9

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

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

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. Moon 4 - 9  

Minnesota  6:25 PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1

Tennessee  6:28 PM. Moon 4 - 9  

Illinois 12:40 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 , 9:22 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3  

Oklahoma 9:10 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4  

P.D.T.

California  1:PM. Saturn 1 - 6 , 7:PM. Moon 4 - 9

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

A.W.S.T. 

Singapore - 6:30 PM. Moon 4 - 9   

A.D.T.

New Brunswick , Canada  10:PM Mars 1-8  6-3  

Today is the 234 day of the year, with 131 Days left in the year.

                      789-------------------------686

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

Good Luck Libra Dave          Libra 

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    Posted: August 20, 2006, 9:55 pm - IP Logged

    Thank You Very Much Libradave:-)

    Your hearts on the loose, you roll them sevens with nothin to lose, this ain't no place for the weary kind

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      Posted: August 21, 2006, 7:09 am - IP Logged

      thanks!!

        Jani Norman's avatar - fiftyways
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        Posted: August 22, 2006, 12:06 pm - IP Logged

        Today is Tuesday, Aug. 22, the 234th day of 2006 with 131 
        to follow. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are Saturn, 
        Mercury, Venus and Uranus. The evening stars are Neptune, 
        Mars, Jupiter and Pluto.
        Those born on this date are under the sign of Cancer include: 


        French composer Claude Debussy in 1862; 

        Charles Jenkins, inventor of airplane brakes and the conical 
        drinking cup, in 1867; 

        writer, critic Dorothy Parker in 1893; 

        heart surgeon Denton Cooley and science fiction writer Ray 
        Bradbury, both in 1920 (age 86); 

        French fashion designer Marc Bohan in 1926 (age 80); 

        Gulf War hero and retired U.S. Army Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf 
        in 1934 (age 72); 

        actresses Valerie Harper in 1940 (age 66) 

        and Cindy Williams in 1947 (age 59); 

        and singer/songwriter Tori Amos in 1963 (age 43). 

        On this date in history: 


        In 1851, the U.S.-built schooner America outran a fleet of 
        Britain's finest ships around England's Isle of Wight in an 
        international race that became known as America's Cup. 
         
        In 1881, American humanitarians Clara Barton and Adolphus 
        Solomons founded the National Red Cross. 
         
        In 1911, Leonardo Da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" was stolen from the 
        Louvre Museum in Paris. It was recovered four months later. 
         
        In 1922, Michael Collins, a founder of the Irish Republican 
        Army and a key figure in Ireland's independence movement, 
        was assassinated by political opponents. 
         
        In 1968, Pope Paul VI arrived in Colombia, becoming the 
        first pontiff to visit South America. 
         
        In 1986, Kerr-McGee Corp. agreed to pay the estate of 
        nuclear industry worker Karen Silkwood more than $1 million, 
        ending a 10-year legal battle waged by her family over her 
        exposure to radioactive materials at the company's plant. 
         
        In 1995, U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds, D-Ill, was convicted of 
        having sex with an underage girl, leading to his 
        resignation later in the year. 
         
        In 1997, a judge scheduled the trial of Paula Jones' 
        sexual harassment lawsuit against U.S. President Bill 
        Clinton to begin in May 1998. The suit was later thrown 
        out before the trial began. 
         
        In 2001, the Bush administration projected that the federal 
        surplus, not including Social Security, would be $600 
        million, a far cry from the $122 billion projected in July. 
         
        In 2003, a senior U.S. official said Iraqi security guards 
        were suspected of helping the suicide bomber that hit the 
        Baghdad U.N. compound earlier in the week, killing 22 and 
        injuring about 100 others. 
         
        In 2004, two masked robbers stole Edvard Munch's "The 
        Scream" and another painting from the Munch Museum in 
        Oslo, Norway. "The Scream" was stolen once before, 10 years 
        earlier, but was recovered within three months. 
         
        Also in 2004, Israel Radio reported that the opening of a 
        nuclear reactor being built at Bushehr, Iran, with the 
        assistance of Russia, has been delayed until 2006. 
         
        In 2005, the last Jewish settlers moved peacefully out 
         of the Gaza Strip after carrying the Torah scrolls 
        down the main street of Netzarim,  last of 21 settlements 
        to be evacuated. 
         
        Also in 2005, Iraq's constitution committee returned 
        to the drawing board after submitting a draft document 
        to the National Assembly and then withdrawing it. Many 
        Sunni negotiators reportedly objected to the draft. 
         

        "I am what I am by the grace of God."

        Kitfany

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