The Puzzlement of 28 If. Goodman, and took his last name. That unique combination of talents produced this charming and profound book. Each show consisted of Linda reading letters written between soldiers and their loved ones.
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After graduating from Parkersburg High School in , Linda began her career as a radio host for a popular show called Love Letters from Linda, where she would read letters written by soldiers to their loved ones.
This would be followed by a corresponding, popular song of the day. After that, she began writing for newspapers and even wrote speeches for American civil rights leader, Whitney Young.
Over the years she also published several other astrology books. Goodman, however, refused to believe this after consulting her daughters astrological charts and continued to search for her daughter for the rest of her life. She spent a great deal of money and effort in the search for her daughter.
Goodman used examples from the lives of celebrities, historical figures and friends to encapsulate the meaning, in her books. This often made Goodman seem more like a psychologist than an astrologist. Linda Goodman also founded a new religion, Manitou. This was a combination of teachings from certain Native American tribes and those of St.
Francis of Assisi. She spent the later part of her life in Cripple Creek, Colorado and eventually passed away at the age of 70 due to complications from diabetes. Her work drastically pushed astrology from being viewed as something associated with the occult into mainstream culture. If you are at all Spiritually minded or curious about astrology, numerology her books are essential reading.
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