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0439000744568G When visiting my parents a couple weeks ago, my father and I ventured out to some of our favorite thrift shops because it’s our thing to spend hours searching for vintage treasures like toys, board games, house decor, oddities and books!

Anyways we went to this HUGE thrift shop and I was so fortunate to find the above mentioned book, The Complete Astrologer. It is something else, I tell you! Filled with so much information and unlike any type of astrology book that I have ever seen before. I have been reviewing it while reading 2 other books so I have barely broke the surface with this one. It’s a mental juggling act that I don’t mind for the true greater good, but I do need to focus on it exclusively once I’m finished the two. My Amazon Wish List has to wait for a bit :(

There are two versions of this book and both are featured in pictures in this blog.  There is a white covered version of this book but the issue I found is the red hardcover one that I found shelled in a solid, red and thick paper case.  The picture is right below this paragraph.


When I flipped through it’s thick, yet smooth, colorful, yet dull pages, I felt as though I was in a Beatles 70s movie lol So 70′s esque! The artwork is amazing and even the fonts make you want to run outside on a sunny day in a wheat field, in the nude, whilst picking some wildflowers that start to bloom under your bare feet.


The couple that wrote it, Parkers, have written so many more books too. I am actually kind of excited to try and collect them all. It’s very rare that I find these treasures in person so I will resort to Amazon and Ebay because it is so very easy to purchase out of print books that way.

I just wanted to share this with you because I think it’s a book that people who are interested in astrology and/or the zodiac might want to check out. Peace out ;)



The Keg Mansion, formerly the Massey residence (Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail/Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)

I found a current article about some  haunted spots in Toronto and I wanted to include it on the TOPS website.  Just in time for Halloween too 8X   I hope you enjoy it and find the information of use to you!


Jason Kucherawy, co-founder of, is putting a skeptical twist on the city’s spookiest haunts this year. Those who go on the company’s Toronto Ghost Tour will get their share of scary details, but they’ll also be getting some science to go along with it. “At each location we talk about the history, then we talk about the ghost stories, the hauntings, the reports that have come out of that location. Then we talk about some of the possible explanations for people experiencing the paranormal,” he says. That’s not to say he’s out to rob people of a ghoulish good time. “I’m very skeptical, but I’ve been in places where I’ve felt creeped out,” he says. With Halloween just around the corner, Mr. Kucherawy gave The Globe the graveyard dirt on some of Toronto scariest sites.

1. The Keg Mansion, 515 Jarvis St.

Haunted history: Legend has it that back when it was the Massey mansion, one of the family’s servants hanged herself in the front foyer after Lillian, the Masseys’ only daughter, died, Mr. Kucherawy says. “The underlying legend is that she hanged herself not just out of grief, but because Lillian Massey was actually protecting her from a dark secret [getting out]” he adds. There are also reports that the second floor women’s washroom is haunted.

Fright factor: Throw “dark secrets” into the mix and the hairs on your neck will surely be up. The only thing to calm those nerves is a stiff drink and a T-bone. Thankfully, you’re in the right place.

2. Ryerson University Theatre School, 43 Gerrard St. E.

Haunted history: Originally opened as the Ontario School of Pharmacy, legend has it that students used to work on cadavers on the building’s third floor. “People have said if you’re alone there at night you’ll hear your name being called,” Mr. Kucherawy says. There have also been reports of people hearing the piano playing, going to look, and finding no one in the room.

Fright factor: Cadavers? Pfffft.Your name being called by ghosts? Ho hum.Theatre students!?! Run! Run as fast as you can!

3. Mackenzie House, 82 Bond St.

Haunted history: Formerly the home of William Lyon Mackenzie, the first mayor of Toronto, this is arguably the most haunted house in Toronto, Mr. Kucherawy says. “People have seen strange lights up on the third floor. They’ve seen the ghost of Mackenzie at a writing desk … the printing press in the museum at the back of the house has been known to start up and stop by itself,” he says. The ghost of an older woman with white hair has also been seen in the house.

Fright factor: Oooooh! An old-timey printing press is running! Even Scooby-Doo wouldn’t be scared of that. That white-haired ghost, on the other hand, would scare Shaggy senseless.

4. St. Michael’s Hospital, 30 Bond St.

Haunted history: Sister Vincenza, an elderly nun who passed away in the 1950s, is said to haunt the hospital, which was once run by the Sisters of St. Joseph. “Patients have described being visited by a nun in full habit, but her face is always in shadow. Vinnie [as she’s known]seems to come in and turn the lights on or off for people. There was one patient who said a nun came in to her room and put a blanket on her,” Mr. Kucherway says.

Fright factor: The best ghosts are the ones who bring you cozy stuff and then hit the lights when it’s bedtime. Terrifying.

5. Elgin And Winter Garden Theatre, 189 Yonge St.

Haunted history: The elevators, which normally require an operator, have been known to run on their own, perhaps summoned by the ghost of a woman who was stabbed to death in the early days of the theatre. “She crawled, bleeding, to the elevator, figuring that the elevator operator could help her. The elevator wasn’t there and she died,” Mr. Kucherawy says.

Fright factor: Perhaps the scariest part of this story is that the elevators still require an operator. What century is this?

6. Old City Hall, 60 Queen St. W.

Haunted history: “In Courtroom 33, judges have said they’ve felt people tugging on their robes. There’s a stairwell near that room where judges have felt hands on their back as though someone’s trying to push them down the stairs,” Mr. Kucherawy says. Some believe the room and stairwell are haunted by the ghosts of Ronald Turpin and Arthur Lucas, the last two men to hang in Canada.

Fright factor: Scarier than Mary Walsh and a This Hour Has 22 Minutes crew storming you in your driveway.

7. Hockey Hall Of Fame, 30 Yonge St.

Haunted history: Before it became a shrine to the best game you can name, it was a Bank of Montreal built in 1885. It’s haunted by a ghost named Dorothy, Mr. Kucherawy says. “She was a teller spurned by the bank manager. One night she took her own life in the bank with the manager’s pistol,” he says. “People have said they’ve heard the sound of a woman crying and they’ve gone looking for the source but couldn’t find it.”

Fright factor: That sound of crying in the Hockey Hall of Fame? It’s probably coming from a Leafs fan.

This 'genie' is currently for sale for $1,500 from eBay

I found an interesting article that I felt would be perfect for this website and it’s readers.  I can feel my anticipation for Halloween again!  I guess I’m on a break right now from sensing overwhelming negativity.  I know that I have pretty much said everything for now that I was meant to say peacefully in order to help our society go forward in a positive and productive manor so I am at peace now for a bit.  I never know when I am going to be used again, when my visions come, they come.  It used to be less frequent and only when I needed a heads up or warning.  It’s so strange but I don’t question it.  I just go with the flow and try to decode it and sometimes even write about it… what the people need to know.  Whatever I sense is peaceful and I would never do anything violent or destructive.  It’s only to better mankind and never to do anything else but advise for a positive outcome.  I disagree with radicals and extremists because I could never be one fore I am a Libra, a moderate that always tries to find the balance in things.  Anyways, I  don’t have an evil or destructive bone in my body or I would have to have it removed and thank goodness for that.  I don’t hate anyone either because we are all God’s children.  Some may need to go to the time out pit of hell for a while until they are purged, though.  I hope you enjoy the following article :)


eBay has announced it will ban the sale of spells, hexes and magical items from its online auction site.

Yes – it actually used to allow it.

It seems that for years users have been taking to eBay to purchase love potions, artefacts with supposedly magical properties and spells for use in their daily lives.

But according to a post on its official blog, it will now be cracking down from September on “advice, spells, curses, hexing, conjuring, magic, prayers, blessing services, magic potions, [and] healing sessions”.


eBay had previously banned the sale of “intangible” items, but potions and other magical whatnot had not yet fallen under the restrictions.

eBay’s previous policy said it would not allow the sale of “things that people won’t be able to use or be able to confirm whether they’ve received the items.”

“Items where the value is placed on an intangible factor. For example, listings that offer someone’s “soul” or a container that claims to have someone’s “soul” are not allowed.”

But all is not lost – for anyone wanting to stock up on magical objects before the ban, here are some of the items that as of press time were still on sale:

Revelation As A Sensitive Re: The Paranormal

OMNI Book - The Paranormal and the Mind

I have a Facebook account and one of my friends posted something about the paranormal so I posted something on his link. It is as follows:

I am reading a vintage copy of OMNI – Paranormal and the Mind. Very interesting. It helps me to somewhat understand that extraordinary things are not abnormal because they are actually more normal than we think. I still get a bit shaky & confused thinking about the paranormal things that I have experienced myself. As a sensitive I am more apt to pick things up but it is still mind blowing, especially when I look back. I have to blog about it to try and help me to better understand. What I have concluded is that it is what it is, and there is no explaining it now. I just have a gift that gives me a bit more information. We do not have enough because there are many more layers of consciousness to experience. I think that this life is only one of many layers that we must evolve to. How far down the rabbit hole do you want to go, we can not even contemplate it, because it is so far and it is too mind blowing. Baby steps from one life to the next lol Mentally marinating to become super beings, perhaps?


The book is based on scientific studies in the for of essays on the unexplained from UFOs, to hypnosis, to psychic abilities, to the shroud of Tourin, etc. I am really enjoying this book! So glad I found it :D
It is out of print but you can easily pick up a copy online via Ebay or Amazon.

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