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Kia ora kea

Post 1

six7s


I thought I'd drop in and point out the following:

smiley - spaceA592049smiley - space Australian and NZ Researchers

smiley - spaceF72190?thread=178765 smiley - space Kia Ora/G'day Two: a Sports Free Zone

smiley - spaceF72190?thread=175693 smiley - space Kia Ora/G'day

Please drop in and say hello sometime, the threads could do with some new blood

six7s smiley - winkeye


Kia ora kea

Post 2

kea ~ Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small, unregarded but very well read blue and white website

thanks ! i'd love to. the second thread looks especially attractive smiley - winkeye


Kia ora kea

Post 3

six7s

Hi Kea

I'm getting more confused (about astrology) smiley - sadface

There seems to be some inconsistency regarding the influence of celestial bodies...

I read earlier in the astrology thread that the planets themselves are *not* the influencing factors, rather it's their position at a specific time...

Yet on the site that Alji posted a link to, it says << The Moon, the satellite that *rules* over the more personal emotions and feelings of human beings, appears in the... >>

You likened things to comparing apples with oranges, and I'd really like to know which is which smiley - smiley

Ka kite

six7s smiley - winkeye


Kia ora kea

Post 4

kea ~ Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small, unregarded but very well read blue and white website

hi six7s

i agree that thread is getting quite confusing.

for a while there it was hard to tell which were the straight anti posts, and which were genuinely interested in understanding what astrology is (though they might still disagree with and critique it).

also i've only just realised that some people might not know what a natal chart looks like, and if thats true then some of the explanations given might not make as much sense.

and there's also the issue of explaining across differing paradigms.


~~~

the planets are the starting point in astrology and knowing their position is paramount. however i think your question depends on whether you are

(a) looking at a chart trying to interpret it, or

(b) trying to answer criticism of astrology from a science or physical world view (thus the explanations about the position of the planets in the night sky)

from a chart interpretation point of view, the planets can represent different parts of someone's personality. eg the moon might be used to look at how the person uses emotion; mars might be how the person uses assertive energy.

then you look at the sign the planet is in. if the moon is in taurus you might say that the person relates emotion in a grounded sensual way (or is stubborn). if the moon is in aries you might say they have fiery emotions. (i'm grossly oversimplifying here, and every astrologer interprets a different way)

so you look at all 10 planets and what signs they are in to give a basic overview of how that person might be. there are other things that you do after that to relate it to specific issues in the persons life etc


if. however you are wanting to know how the physical planet in the sky could affect someone at birth depending on its position, then i can only really give the example of the moon that i did earlier in the thread. this is a good example because the physical effect is so obvious. but i suspect that if there is an objective reason why astrology works it will be to do with subtle energy that we don't have the science to measure yet.

like i said i'm grounded in a more psychologically based astrology. the hard science isn't really that interesting to me. its like trying to apply hard science to freudian or jungian psychology. its a non-sequitur.

i hope this clarifies things a bit, but i'm still not totally sure which angle you were asking about. i might go and find a website that explains astrology well.


ka kite,

kea.



Kia ora kea

Post 5

six7s

Hi kea,

I thought it only polite and proper smiley - smiley to let you know that I have taken the liberty of adding you to my friends list - mainly cos I keep popping in to see which threads you've been posting to

six7s smiley - winkeye

















archaic
smiley - laugh


Kia ora kea

Post 6

kea ~ Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small, unregarded but very well read blue and white website

i'm chuffed, six7s smiley - smiley

and i might reciprocate, if thats alright?


btw -

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Kia ora kea

Post 7

six7s


Looks like you know about a web site I would like a link to smiley - smiley

smiley - grovel













smiley - winkeye


Kia ora kea

Post 8

kea ~ Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small, unregarded but very well read blue and white website

what? you think i didn't get them from the dictionary?smiley - bigeyes


Kia ora kea

Post 9

six7s

I'm not as green as I am cabbage looking smiley - smiley

Anyhow,


As reciprocation is the order of the day (I was in the middle of writing this when you replied, this ain't no bribe smiley - silly ), I offer you a link to Bels' entry [On-line Dictionaries, Thesauri, Style Guides, etc] A935570

It has a section on *Word Games, Puzzles, Conundrums, Trivia, etc.* and there is a thread attached ['How about adding?'] F111087?thread=240872&latest=1 too smiley - smiley

BTW, it goes without saying that I am more than happy to be in your friends list

If you don't know already, you can see who has listed you by adding one line to the code in your space

from



to





Kia ora kea

Post 10

kea ~ Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small, unregarded but very well read blue and white website

thanks for the gML. i was wondering how to do that.

and thanks for the links. i'll go have a look now.


here's my one btw. i dont' know how it compares. i've found it useful on occasion though.

http://www.puzzledepot.com/wordfinder2/crossword.html



i've bookmarked your crossword. i'm thinking i'll have to print it out though... how long have people got before you post the answers ?


Kia ora kea

Post 11

six7s


I will post the clues and the answers in a thread attached to the page (probably called archive, with the date) then replacing that crossword with a new one

Post 1 will have the clues plus a *warning* that post 2 has the answers

Pinniped is threatening to write one too so this could be the start of something ...

As with smiley - bubbly, the more the merrier smiley - winkeye






Kia ora kea

Post 12

six7s

Hiya smiley - smiley

I'd suggest you ask the Gurus about writing GuideML that will control how things work in different skins - and I'd love to know what they say too

I know Brunel users can control the look of their personal spaces but as for "cross-skin" stuff I'm ignorant yet curious - might make formatting the crossword interesting smiley - erm

six7s smiley - winkeye


Kia ora kea

Post 13

kea ~ Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small, unregarded but very well read blue and white website

oh thanks, good idea.

i'm surpised my question actually posted, cos around 3am everything went weird and started timing out or became the bbc telling me to go to bed.. . er i mean telling me service not available.


anyhoo, i'll let you know what i find out from the gurus


Kia ora kea

Post 14

six7s

Hi there (fellow Mainlander smiley - biggrin)

I've been reading *the* Askh2g2 thread and thought I'd let you have my smiley - 2cents re following threads WITHOUT subscribing to them

This only works in Goo, which apparently plays havoc with some peoples eyes (luckily I find it by far the least irritating, and I like the colour scheme)

Anyhoo, with your *preferences* set to Goo you get the chance to use FRAMES, which do occupy quite a bit of screen space AND slow down load times a bit BUT they give the details of all the conversations hanging off of the relevant A-page

So once your in one Askh2g2 thread you can see the titles of another 24 threads that were *last updated* around the same time as the one you're reading smiley - smiley

On top of all that, at home on a dial-up smiley - grr modem, I use the Opera browser which is heaps faster than IE on the broadband network I use too

And Opera allows individual frames to be refreshed smiley - smiley

http://www.opera.com/

ka kite

six7s smiley - winkeye






Kia ora kea

Post 15

kea ~ Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small, unregarded but very well read blue and white website

hey six7s smiley - smiley

I think I follow all that. I'l have to wait until I try it out though as my mac is about to be repaired, and I have some shoulder RSI, so there is a limit to how much time I am spending on h2.

I think I did try frames for a while ages ago, but I'm on a laptop (small screen), and I have my fonts set large, so I think I found there was too much scrolling.

I have tried Opera and might look at swapping over permanently when the machine comes back. Opera got pretty bad reviews by mac users on its (Opera) website forum though. I'd be *really* happy to stop using I.E.


I'm quite intrigued to go back to goo and try out the frames idea (I swapped back to alabaster because it seems to load faster).


Thanks for the tips smiley - ok.


Kia ora kea

Post 16

six7s

Hi there!

I've been wondering where you've got to - no sign of you for a couple of weeks now smiley - sadface

Hope you are well ( / smiley - cheerup ) AND that you come back soon, cos some threads just ain't the same without you...






smiley - cheesecake





smiley - choc











smiley - redwine



six7s smiley - winkeye


Kia ora kea

Post 17

kea ~ Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small, unregarded but very well read blue and white website

*bait taken* smiley - smiley

*munches smiley - choc and smiley - cake, swigs smiley - redwine*

Actually your message is so sweet, six7s, that it would have been enough on its own smiley - biggrin


I've had the fortnight from hell with my computer. I just got back online today properly, and hootoo just now, so its lovely to get such a nice message on my return,

smiley - magic Thank-you smiley - magic



I'm just doing a bit of a quick squizz round the place, will hopefully get some real time here on the weekend, and catch up with people then (it was very remiss of me not to post on my page what was going on).



How are you?

Have I missed anything sensational or scandalous? (with h2g2, not you smiley - winkeye)

Is everyone over the war yet? (I haven't been to ask h2g2 yet to see whats gong on)

smiley - cheers
kea.


Kia ora kea

Post 18

six7s


Hi kea,

I've been meaning to pop by for ages - just to say hi really...

I guess I miss the relaxed atmosphere that the Kia Ora G'day thread used to have in times gone by

I keep bumping into your threads all over h2 and it looks like your having fun and contributing some real pearls smiley - ok

Hope all's swell in your part of the bush

smiley - choc

six7s


Kia ora kea

Post 19

six7s


By the look of those eyes your online so I'm just here to this thread up your convo list smiley - winkeye


Kia ora kea

Post 20

kea ~ Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small, unregarded but very well read blue and white website

Hey six7s smiley - biggrin

I'm having some time off h2 this week - just reading once or twice a day hence my eyes this afternoon. I had a particularly intense month on h2 - a week of stayign up all night and chasing the most posts in 24 hours list (made it to the top smiley - zen), and then more recently overdid it in a number of Serious threads.

It was great to get your message. I'd seen you around a few times in the last week and was thinking I'd ressurect this thread too smiley - ok

I've been wondering how you are? How's the wee man?

I've been missing the Kia ora/G'day thread too. Not too many Kiwis around at the moment smiley - sadface. The Aussies seem to be out in force though smiley - yikes. A new NZer joined this week - there is a new thread on the Oz/NZ page about joining up, and near the end of that a woman called Enoha joined this week. I haven't caught up with her properly yet.

I stop by your PS every now and again, to see what you've been up too. I still can't figure out what that Thing is at the top of the page smiley - huh (I did try and find the graphic's original page, but no luck so far). So a mystery....

smiley - smiley
kea.


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