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From: John Palmieri <>
Subject: Re: Our greetings
Date: 06 Jan 2000 09:42:37 -0800
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In-Reply-To:'s message of "Thu, 6 Jan 2000 09:23:11"

I *knew* there was something missing from gnus.  Any volunteers to
write nnastrogeography.el? writes:

>                                 ASTROGEOGRAPHY
> Astrogeography uses scientific methods of projecting planet aspects
> onto the surface of the Earth. Astrogeography shows how planets
> affect you differently in different locations.
> When you change your location, the astrological forces in your life
> also change. Now, with mathematical techniques perfected over years
> of testing you can see your POWER ZONES for Success, Prosperity,
> Health, Romance, and Love. You will see how to take advantage of the
> influences of your location.
> Your POWER ZONES are printed on two large 11 X 17 inch color maps of
> the USA and the World. The maps are easy to understand and use as
> guides in making important decisions. A complete explanation booklet
> in provided with the maps.

John H. Palmieri                      
Dept of Mathematics, Box 354350
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-4350

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2000-01-06  8:23 kevin_lacobie
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