5 January

indexYou are always born under the wrong sign, and to live in this world properly you have to rewrite your own horoscope day by day.

Umberto Eco, born on 5 January 1932, Sun Capricorn, Moon Sagittarius, Ascendant Leo, Italian philosopher and writer, author of The Name of the Rose (10.9.5)



The true basis of religion is not belief, but intuitive experience. Intuition is the soul’s power of knowing God. To know what religion is really all about, one must know God.

Paramahansa Yogananda: born on 5 January 1893 with Sun in Capricorn, Moon and Ascendant in Leo (10.5.5), Chiron Instrument, he was the first Indian yoga master to move and take up residence in the West. He taught the need for direct experience of truth, instead of blind adherence to belief systems. Click here for details.

Leo Anfolsi:(10.8.9) born 5 January 1959, Zen monk and teacher, author of Bananananda.

Yves Tanguy, (10.12.9) French painter (5 January 1900-d. 1955)
Umberto Eco, (10.9.5) Italian philosopher and writer 5 January 1932

Eve of Epiphany

This day marks the Eve of the Epiphany and the time when Intentions are finally presented before being definitely confirmed on the day of the Epiphany.