The Seventh House

The Seventh House

by Steven Joseph Sinopoli
     
 

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The headlines read in a local newspaper “Husband shoots wife and lover in a motel.” The copy went on to say, “Last night police apprehended a jealous husband who broke into a motel room on Route 3. The names have not been released.” Then Ken called me a few days later and said he was alright! The moral of this story is very simple –

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The headlines read in a local newspaper “Husband shoots wife and lover in a motel.” The copy went on to say, “Last night police apprehended a jealous husband who broke into a motel room on Route 3. The names have not been released.” Then Ken called me a few days later and said he was alright! The moral of this story is very simple – when you have a chart that does not call for marriage or a partner, it is better to be on your own. In this case Shaun and Sandy were not cut out for marriage. Their charts illustrated that they should be a singles act. Both were strong competitors when it came to business. “I cannot tell you because you are in limbo and need to learn more about your stars. Unfortunately there is a special set of rules that apply to you. In this lifetime you are meant to be a vehicle for others and, if you acquire that sacred knowledge, your life’s journey will be fulfilled with rewards.” I could tell Gail was despicable, corrupt and rotten to the core. How was I going to handle her when she sat in front of me for her reading? First of all she would not have been sitting in front of me if she had had to pay for it. Second, she was there to find out if I would be able to pick up on her scheme to extort money. Man’s ego constantly challenges the theory of free will. He would like to think he is master of his destiny, but are we? The reader should stop for a moment and think about his or her own life and the many changes that altered their direction because of an unanticipated event. That is karma in the making.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781477154762
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
08/21/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
494 KB

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