19 February

indexTell me whom you haunt and I’ll tell you who you are.

André Breton Sun in Pisces, Moon in Taurus, Ascendant in Libra, born February 19, 1896 in Tinchebray, Orne, France, French writer and poet, best known as the founder of Surrealism.

“The man who cannot visualize a horse galloping on a tomato is an idiot.”

“The important thing is that man is lost in time, in the moment that immediately precedes him – which only attests, by reflection, to the fact that he is lost in the moment that follows”

“What is admirable about the fantastic is that there is no longer anything fantastic: there is only the real.”

“Nothing that surrounds us is object, all is subject.”

“There has never been any forbidden fruit. Only temptation is divine. To feel the need to vary the object of this temptation, to replace it by others — this bears witness that one is about to be found unworthy, that one has already doubtless proved unworthy of innocence …”

“The mind, placed before any kind of difficulty, can find an ideal outlet in the absurd. Accommodation to the absurd readmits adults to the mysterious realm inhabited by children.”


Other celebrities born today:

Constantin Brâncuşi, or Brâncuş (12.9), Sun Pisces, Moon Sagittarius, or (February 19, 1876 – March 16, 1957) was a Romanian-born sculptor. Famous Brâncuşi works include the Sleeping Muse (1908), The Kiss (1908), Prometheus (1911), Mademoiselle Pogany (1913), The Newborn (1915), Bird in Space (1919) and The Column of the Infinite (Coloana infinitului), popularly known as The Endless Column (1938), which is a Sacred Cone Point in PTU D7-12-8

Massimo Troisi (12.2.9) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Taurus, Ascendant Sagittarius, born  February19, 1953 in San Giorgio a Cremano (Napoli)  Italian actor, film director, and poet.

Nicolaus Copernicus (12.9.6) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Sagittarius, Ascendant in Virgo, born  February 19,  1473 in Torun Royal Prussia,  Renaissance astronomer and the first person to formulate a comprehensive heliocentric cosmology  which displaced the Earth  from the center of the universe.

Luigi Rodolfo Boccherini (12.10.2) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Capricorn, Ascendant Taurus, born February 19, 1743 in Lucca, Italian composer.

Gabriele Münter born  February  19, 1877 in Berlin, German expressionist.

Lucio Fontana (12.3) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Gemini, born  February 19,1899 , Rosario Santa Fe Argentina, Italian painter, sculptor and theorist of Argentine birth

Dorothy Janis (11.12) Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Pisces, born February 19, 1912 Dallas, Texas, American silent film actress.

Pierre Barouh (12.2) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Taurus, born February 19, 1934 in Paris is a French writer-composer-singer

Tony Iommi (11.3) Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Gemini, born 19 February 1948, Heathfield Road Hospital, Handsworth, Birmingham, England. English guitarist and songwriter best known as the founding member of pioneering heavy metal band Black Sabbath

Jeff Daniels (12.10) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Capricorn, born February 19, 1955  American actor, musician and playwright

Johann   Hölzel (Falco) (12.8.4) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Scorpio, Ascendant Cancer, born  February 19,1957 Austrian pop musician and rapper.

Seal (12.10) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Capricorn. born  February 19,  1963 in Paddington, London, England,  British soul and R&B singer-songwriter

Benicio del Toro (12.3) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Gemini, born February 19, 1967 is a Puerto Rican and Spanish actor and film producer.

Ola Salo (12.12) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Pisces, born  February 19, 1977 in Avesta, Sweden, is the Swedish rock vocalist of the Swedish glam rock band The Ark.

Mariska (12.8) Sun in Pisces, Moon in Scorpio, born February 19, 1979, Helsinki – Finnish rapper.


ACIM: 50. I am sustained by the Love of God.

Saints: Feria. Barbatus of Benevento. Conrad of Piacenza

Gospel of Thomas: (42) Jesus said, “Become passers-by.”

Concise Epitome: 6.1 Appropriate arenas were erected to play it. There, thanks to a machination titled Sacred Cone, it was feasible to captivate and emit darkness. (A questo fine furono forgiate confacenti arene ove, grazie a un peculiare dispositivo, detto Sacro Cono, era adempibile, a seconda dei casi, spandere la luce o salvaguardare e divulgare il buio).