Ep 70 // Starheal Astrology / ‘Night Comes On’

Premiere DateAug 10, 2018
00:00 Intro
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01:15 START /// Matt Ruby interviews Starheal Astrology’s Amy Tripp
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01:35 Getting started in astrology
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03:30 Personal touch / consultations + readings / relationships / signostry
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06:18 Shock or validation?
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07:30 Destiny vs. autonomy
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08:57 Horoscopes
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09:46 Women vs. Men
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10:30 Skepticism
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11:28 What converted Amy to believing in Astrology?
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12:11 Transits
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13:13 Mercury in retrograde and bad decisions
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15:13 Astrology and psychology/counseling
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17:41 Twitter approach
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18:39 Legitimacy of horoscopes and generalizations / sun signs + moon signs + rising signs
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20:44 Astrology and religion, spirituality, etc. / soul families + soul contracts
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23:45 Family reaction to her belief in astrology / astrology enhancing religious views
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24:51 What do people miss about astrology? / cusps
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26:21 Matt’s reading
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29:22 Resources for learning more / plugs /// END
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30:14 1st Person: Amani // Being A Woman In Sports
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35:05 Movie Review: Charles Hinshaw on ‘Night Comes On’
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37:13 Movie Review: J. McVay on ‘Night Comes On’
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38:17 Movie Chat: Charles Hinshaw + J. McVay (spoiler alert)
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58:54 John Knefel // Republicans Against Secure Elections
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60:51 "Bitdrone" (BTR Live Studio, 2018) Spouse
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65:33 Outro / Credits
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66:23 Finish.
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This week, we’ll hear a conversation between contributor Matt Ruby and guest, Amy Tripp, who’s built a practice offering astrology consultations via her website and Twitter platform known as Starheal Astrology.

Later in the episode, Charles Hinshaw and J. McVay discuss the recently released movie, Night Comes On, directed by Jordana Spiro and starring Dominique Fishback and Tatum Marilyn Hall.

We’ll hear a 1st person story from Amani, who told us about her experiences as a woman in sports.

We’ll also hear from Radio Dispatch’s John Knefel with his take on how the Republican Party has set itself up against secure and fair elections.

And we’ll take an exclusive early listen to a performance by New England rock band Spouse from their upcoming BTR Live Studio session.

Music composed by and show edited by Hansdale Hsu.

Host J. McVay
J grew up down in Louisiana and Texas before moving to NYC for college. After college, he decided to stick around, working in film and television production for well over a decade. He came to BTR in 2011 when he…
Reg. Contributors Matt Ruby Charles Hinshaw

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