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Feb. 2nd, 2009 | 01:45 am
posted by: dianagarland in fringescience


Here's my brief introductory message:

I've been a healer, clairvoyant, and astrologer for over 35 years.

Each month I make available free horoscopes, and as of this year I'm posting them up on my LiveJournal, so friend me, and you can read them on your Friend's page.

Monthly Aries Horoscope

Monthly Taurus Horoscope

Monthly Gemini Horoscope

Monthly Cancer Horoscope

Monthly Leo Horoscope

Monthly Virgo Horoscope

Monthly Libra Horoscope

Monthly Scorpio Horoscope

Monthly Sagittarius Horoscope

Monthly Capricorn Horoscope

Monthly Aquarius Horoscope

Monthly Pisces Horoscope

Part of my motivation behind my venturing into LiveJournal is that people might give me some feedback, and suggest popular topics I might analyze, so please leave comments and criticism - I don't know what to talk about unless you tell me.

Good to be here, and please enjoy my Journal!

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Is it Nessie?

Aug. 4th, 2008 | 08:08 am
posted by: zhivoi in fringescience

Plesiosaur or a big fish?

People filmed a strange creature on a Loch Ness lake, Scotland, UK

There is a theory that survived plesiosaur lives in this lake.

Could it be a plesuosaur or some sort of unknown big fish?

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Jul. 24th, 2008 | 12:03 pm
posted by: wienerman in fringescience

Check out ufologists, a new community for UFO researchers and ufology!

PS I also added fringescience to the profile of ufologists.

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High Weirdness

Jul. 5th, 2008 | 07:36 am
music: "Dust In The Wind" - Kansas
posted by: christante in fringescience


I'm not sure what is weirder - that NASA had a Remote Sensing tutorial available online, that they took it off, or that they took it off but still admit that it was there in the first place.

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Community Promotion

Oct. 24th, 2007 | 12:54 pm
posted by: theophania in fringescience

Geia sas. I just wrote to a few places to promote this community, so hopefully, we'll get more people soon. If you're a new member, please write a little bit about yourself and/or one of your related interests so we can get a discussion going. Also, feel free to promote this community in all appropriate places. That said, happy blogging!

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Apr. 27th, 2007 | 08:53 pm
posted by: theophania in fringescience

Crossposted to foodfriendly polygreeks fringescience and dolphinlist

Geia sas. I'm just taking a break for awhile. I've been working really hard to promote these four communities just about everywhere. Hopefully, we'll have some new members join. If you're new here, each of these communities have alot of posts from me. You might find some of these interesting, so check them out. The exceptions are Dolphinlist, where I haven't really posted anything and Fringe Science, which is pretty new and where I plan on starting a discussion very soon. Ok, off to relax and then maybe get back to posting. That, or I could eat some snacks while listening to Hal read about Greek divination. See, now the post relates to all the communities. rofl Sorry guys, I'm yawning here...

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Hello Out There in LJ Community Land

Apr. 10th, 2007 | 02:49 pm
posted by: theophania in fringescience

Ok, this is being crossposted to polygreeks foodfriendly and fringescience When I created these communities, I invisioned places where we all could talk, share ideas, and in some cases, debate. What's happening here is that I'm posting and either getting few or no comments and no one else is posting. I don't know much about math, but this = bad. So let's try to get some discussion going on the topics relevant to the three communities. Also, feel free to pass info on any or all of them to those who may be interested or to join yourself. I'm sure we have alot to say. We just have to start saying it! PS. I do realise that this particular community is very new, so it's not really directed towards you guys as much, but I did see a few people hve joined, so feel free to post.

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Apr. 5th, 2007 | 11:41 am
posted by: theophania in fringescience

Hello to everyone. I'm Tiffanitsa, your friendly moderator. I figured I should introduce myself. I'm 23, and have just become internationally certified to teach ESL. I'm also totally blind and have been ever since I was two months old. I've been interested in the paranormal for as long as I can remember, but it really picked up in high school. I've watched many documentaries etc on all sorts of phenomona and as soon as the opportunity arose, I took a course called Western Science and the Occult while in college. All that said, I still know very little about fringe sciences other than parapsychology and I'm hoping to change that. There are many ideas and studies out there waiting to be explored, and now that I've completed my college career, I'm interested in learning about them. I'm a Hellenic Polytheist, following the religion of ancient Greece along the reconstructionist line, so I know very little about magic, traditional or otherwise. But I do have a strong belief in the spirit world, and feel that I can tell when various spirits are present. I feel coldness, and if I've known the person and they were known for wearing a certain cologne or perfume, I'll usually smell it when there around and when there's no earthly explanation for the scent. I'm very glad to have the spirits in my life and wouldn't have it any other way. I would, however, like to improve whatever sixth sense I do have. this might prove difficult because so much involves visuals, but I'm sure I could find some way around that. Anyway, I look forward to hearing from all of you. Please feel free to express your opinions, share your experiences and your questions.

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