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Teharonhiawako ( 2001 QT297 / 88611 )
There is a mixing of Teharonhiawako/Sawiskera in the area within a degree. It is more likely to split into an extreme between one & 2 degrees, but throughout the area it depends on the aspects. There is a lot of the little girl with a curl on her forehead, when she was good she was very,very good and when she was bad she was horrid.
What brings you fulfillment, what brings meaning to your life
Where meaning gets undermined, distorted, challenged.

KEY CONCEPTS - Teharonhiawako ( 2001 QT297 / 88611 )
Overcoming obstacles Defensive ability
Have a good time and never to let anything stop you from doing what you want to
Great accomplishments down-played by associates Not doing as expected, breaking the rules
Live your dreams; before anything was a reality, it was a dream
Spiritual awareness and/or psychic gifts that set you apart from others
Creative, innovative, ahead of your time Being different
Individuality May see split personality
Comedy, The perspective that lets you step back and laugh with others at
the ridiculousness of much of what we do, and laugh at the destruction or distorting of the good things of life
Paradox as a fundamental part of the experience of living
Being insecure, jealous and resentful or having to deal with someone perhaps a close sibling who is.
Undoing The ultimate rebel
Being insecure, jealous and resentful or having to deal with someone perhaps a close sibling who is.
Sharing the limelight Sneaky, clever, off base
Unpredictable, unexpected complications can cause disaster
A wonderful, amazing thing that gets ruined or destroyed
TEHARONHIAWAKO INCARNATES* Teharonhiawako ( 2001 QT297 / 88611 ) RESONANCE
Helen Hayes*
American actress, eventually nicknamed ""First Lady of the American Theatre". She was one of only ten people who have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony Award. A quote: "I'm absolutely crazy about life...about the value of living and doing. I have a belief, too, that's there's another world out there and that one day I will be joining Charlie and Mary (the daughter who died at 19 from polio) and other people I love, and it consoles me to think about that." [1]
Karl Kaufmann*
head of the Nazi Party, and government of Hamburg from 1933 until 1945. One of his first acts was to turn over control of the city's Fuhlsbüttel Prison to the SA and SS, where it quickly became the nucleus of the notorious Kola-Fu concentration camp. He also was the first Nazi leader to deport German Jews, in this instance to the ?ód? Ghetto in Poland. [2]
Salvador Galo Dali*
{(-0.95º) Echeclus, (+1.02º) Moon} Spanish infant, may have been killed by a blow to the head by his father. One year and 10 days after his death, his brother was born and given the same name, Salvador Dali, who became the famous surrealistic painter. [3]
David Harker*
  A scientist, totally devoted to crystalography. His contributions influenced crystalography forever, especially in regard to the determination of the structures of very large molecules. He was a warm and friendly man, courteous and unpretentious, concerned to be helpful, particularly to younger colleagues; and his teaching was unsurpassed. He was reserved, almost shy, an old-fashioned gentleman with old-fashioned values. He was one of the greatest crystallographers of this century, but he was never patronizing to others, young or old. He was kind and gentle and, at the same time, a man of uncompromising honesty and integrity. He was a tireless seeker of the truth, wherever he could find it, and in this quest he succeeded as few others have. [4]
Arlene Francis*
Shewas an American actress, radio talk show host, and game show panelist. She is known for her long-standing role as a panelist on the television game show What's My Line? [5]
Jonas Salk
American scientist, immunologist, biologist, and bacteriologist who developed the polio vaccine. His mentor said Damn it, Salk, why don't you do things the way everybody else does them?" Salk told children "Live your dreams; before anything was a reality, it was a dream," and he said to the public, "There must be people ahead of their time." [6]
Ray David Owen*
American biologist, who discovered immunologic tolerance and whose insights into the workings of the immune system influenced many generations of immunogeneticists. He says that many aspects of his life have given him pleasure-- his family, his home and garden (he specializes in camellias and chrysanthemums), his travels and his friends in the international community of scientists, his research, his teaching, and his students, in whose happy and productive lives he has found part of his own fulfillment. [7]
Zenna Henderson*
{(-0.20º) Salacia, (+1.43º) Mercury, (+2.78º) Crantor} American science-fiction writer, one of the first women in the genre to write under her own name without disguising her gender. She is author of "The People" series of stories. "The People" were a race of spiritual beings. Most of her stories focus on the theme of being different and retaining your unique individuality. Their unusual abilities ("Gifts") include telepathy, telekinesis, prophecy and healing, mostly manipulated through the "Signs and Persuasions". They attempt to find communities and remain distinct in a world that does not understand them. [8]
Art Carney*
{(-1.62º) Crantor} A supporting comedian with Jackie Gleason in the long-running TV series sitcom, "The Honeymooners," [9]
James Ramon Jones*
Aan American author known for his explorations of World War II and its aftermath. Three of his novels, essentially, were about the struggle between a Sergeant and a Private that they try unsuccessfully to break. [10]
Christiaan Barnard*
{(-2.62º) Asbolus} British-South African surgeon who made medical history when he performed the first human heart transplant on 12/03/1967. [11]
Raymond Devos*
{(-2.15º) Asbolus} He was a French humorist, stand-up comedian and clown who is best known for his sophisticated puns and surreal humour. [12]
Phyllis Lyon*
She and her partner used their influence to decriminalize homosexuality in the late 1960s and early 1970s. They were the first same-sex wedding to take place in San Francisco after the California Supreme Court's decision legalized same-sex marriage in California. [13]
Jonathan Winters*
{(-1.22º) Thereus, (+1.91º) Saturn} American comedian, a master of mimicry. He adding warmth and hilarity to his versatile characters. He uses his ad libs, personas and antics and is a welcome guest on the comedy shows as well as having done many comedy albums. [14]
William Heirens*
American homicide, sadist, thief and killer, known as the "lipstick murderer." He was diagnosed as dementia praecox (split personality and disassociated psychotic schizophrenic.) [15]
Robert Hand
{(-1.85º) Juno, (-2.72º) Mercury} American astrologer, one of the most respected of the 20th century for his books, articles, lectures and research. He established a formal archive, library and publishing company for continuing his lifelong work in the history and the science of astrology, ARHAT [16]
Mother Meera*
Indian saint, born in poverty. Asking for no money, she has a following of over 40,000 people worldwide who visit her in Germany where she silently touches each person. During this process, she reportedly 'unties knots' in the person's subtle system and permeates them with light. She doesn't charge any money for doing so and she will not give lectures. She is considered an embodiment of the divine mother. [17]
Marilyn Manson
American shock-rocker, rising to the top of the charts on a platform of drag, nudity, arson, drugs and Satanism. His brand of metal nevertheless struck a major chord with the youth market, comprised almost entirely of disaffected white suburban teens - primarily through the same sort of marketing that Madonna does so well, in-your-face performance spectacle such as that which lends a jubilant perversity for kids drinking beer and getting high at spring break. [18]
Orlando Bloom
{(+0.45º) Borasisi} British actor, played Legolas, the elf, in Lord of the Rings. He considers himself accident-prone and suffers from dyslexia which made his early education difficult. [19]

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[1] Helen Hayes http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Hayes%2C_Helen

[2] Karl Kaufmann http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Kaufmann%2C_Karl

[3] Salvador Galo Dali http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Dali%2C_Salvador_Galo

[4] David Harker http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Harker%2C_David

[5] Arlene Francis http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Francis%2C_Arlene

[6] Jonas Salk http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Salk%2C_Jonas

[7] Ray David Owen http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Owen%2C_Ray_David

[8] Zenna Henderson http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Henderson%2C_Zenna

[9] Art Carney http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Carney%2C_Art

[10] James Ramon Jones James Ramon Jones

[11] Christiaan Barnard http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Barnard%2C_Christiaan

[12] Raymond Devos http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Devos%2C_Raymond

[13] Phyllis Lyon http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Lyon%2C_Phyllis

[14] Jonathan Winters http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Winters%2C_Jonathan

[15] William Heirens http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Heirens%2C_William

[16] Robert Hand http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Hand%2C_Robert

[17] Mother Meera http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Meera%2C_Mother

[18] Marilyn Manson http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Manson%2C_Marilyn

[19] Orlando Bloom http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Bloom%2C_Orlando