Hank Aaron, Integration Pioneer, Home Run King, With An Almost Superhuman Control, Has Left For God


Early pioneer of sports integration, sports hero, who inspired fans for 30 years, Hank Aaron has left his body behind at the age of 86, 17 days after, reported Wikipedia, he publicly received a covid vaccination on January 5th.
   Aaron hit 755 homeruns in his career. He, like Jackie Robinson, Larry Doby, and other pioneers in integration of major league baseball, transcended racist taunts with almost superhuman control. For a while he was with a team in the South and batted .362 for the year despite the insults from the crowd and fellow players. How many could withstand such jeers and slurs while establishing new batting average and homerun records, focusing on the ball, tuning out the fear of bottles and other missiles tossed at him from the stands. Most of the early racist hate shouts had subsided by the time in 1957 he batted .393 in the 7th game of the World Series which his team the Atlanta Braves won against the Yankees. But in 1974 when he was poised to beat Babe Ruth's home run record he received death threats. "He holds the MLB records for the most career runs batted in (RBIs) (2,297), extra base hits (1,477), and total bases (6,856). Aaron is also in the top five for career hits (3,771) and runs (2,174). He is one of only four players to have at least 17 seasons with 150 or more hits. Aaron is in second place in home runs (755)." (Wikipedia.org)

23 Norwegians have died after taking the Pfizer vaccine.



He was a vegetarian, he said, before most people knew what a vegetarian was. He was a devout Christian and kept Thomas a Kempis' book The Imitation of Christ in his locker. He would later become a Catholic.


Most students of astrology who examined Hank Aaron's natal chart would assume he was an old soul who had passed many tests in previous incarnations. He had an extraordinary 5 planets and the n node within 16 degrees of the 360 degree zodiac wheel. This concentration or cluster is not achieved in the first few human births. Four of these 5 planets and n node were in aquarius, the sign of protection of the underdog, the poor, the rejected, the eccentric. Aquarians are independent and have a confidence which gives them the courage to go their own way against the crowd. They are pioneers of social change, the Robin Hoods of the zodiac who oppose the tyranny of kings and dictators, as they return stolen assets to the poor.
In addition
the 5th planet, 1 degree over the line, was mars in pisces, giving him a hatred of cruelty and with his scorpio moon and pluto in cancer, a water trime of empathic healing of others. The south node in leo is an indication of a strong leadership role in a previous life. The ascendant and neptune in virgo would make him more pure than average in dietary and other ways.
It is interesting that he chose to move on in late January of 2021 when 4 planets, the sun, mercury, jupiter and saturn are in aquarius.



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Roger Bannister first man to break 4 minute mile
Al Beckles (body builder)
Sorya Bonali (ice skater)
Brendan Brazier, Canadian vegan ironman triathlete
Les Brown (veteran runner) 10
Peter Burwash (tennis) lost a tennis match once because he refused to step on a column of ants on the court
Andreas Cahling Swedish body builder was on cover of Vegetarian Times
Chris Campbell (1980 world champion wrestler)
Austin Carr Cleveland Cavaliers basketball one of 3 vegetarians on his team then
Joanna Conway (ice skater)
Todd Crandell vegan Ironman
Sylvia Cranston (triathlete)
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Novak Đoković world's number 1 tennis champion has opened vegan restaur.
Meagan Duhamel Vegan two-time world champion Canadian figure skater 20
Barny Du Plessis, Mr. Universe
Sally Eastall (Marathon runner - UK No 2, vegan)
Di Edwards (runner, Olympic semi-finalist)
Cory Everson (bodybuilder, Ms Olympia 6 times)
Chris Evert, tennis champion
Kendrick Farris vegan weightlifter in Rio Olympics
Prince Fielder baseball Milwaukee Braves, Detroit Tigers, Texas Rangers
Katie Fitzgibbon (marathon runner)
Clare Francis (sailor and novelist)
Louis Freitas (body builder) 30
Dick Gregory worked with Dr King, writer, comic, saint (ran 3000 miles across US on his fruitarian diet)
Tony Gonzalez Kansas City Chiefs 17 years in NFL became a vegan after contracting Bell's Palsy and following several doctors' advice.
Goose Gossage San Diego Padres, suspended for saying McDonald's was poisoning the world with cheeseburgers
Carol Gould (marathon runner)
Estelle Gray (cyclist)
Sammy Green (runner)
Lewis Hamilton British winner of Grand Prix 2018
Larry Hagman of Dallas etc., son of Mary Martin (Peter Pan)
Ruth Heidrich (6-time Ironwoman finisher, marathoner, , Pres. Vegetarian Society of Honolulu 40
Sally Hibberd (British Women's Mountain Bike Champion)
Dustin Hinton vegan ironman
Sharon Hounsell (Miss Wales Bodybuilding Champion)
Desmond Howard (formerly w/Washington Redskins, now w/Jacksonville Jaguars)
Roger Hughes (Welsh National Ski Champion)
Anton Innauer Olympic skier
Kyrie Irving NBA basketball champion vegan
Billie Jean King (tennis champion)
David Johnson (BAA coach)
Kathy Johnson (Olympic Gymnast) 50
Alan Jones (British ski jumper)
Alan Jones, Captain Usmc 17003 consecutive pushups world record
Kuntal Joisher Nepali vegan mountain climber
Colin Kaepernick football player and equality activist
Killer Kowalski wrestler
Jack LaLanne (Fitness guru) (vegan)
Donnie LaLonde (Former Light Heavyweight Champion of the World.
John Landy 2nd man to break 4 minute mile
Tony LaRussa (Manager of St. Louis Cardinals - US team) Source: Peta, Animals - 45
Silken Laumann (Olympic rower) Source: Cooking Television Show
Debbi Lawrence an Olympic race walker in the 1992, 1996 and 2000 Olympics 60
Judy Leden (British, European & World Hang Gliding champion)
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Marv Levey (Buffalo Bills Coach)
Carl Lewis, Olympic champion 10 times gold medal winner in track and field
Jack Maitland (triathlete and fell runner)
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Leslie Marx (fencer;1996 woman's epee national champion)
Michael Matthew, body builder
Kirsty McDermott (runner)
Lindford McFarquar (body builder)
Robert Millar (cyclist) 70
Morgan Mitchell, Australian vegan Olympian team
Katherine Monbiot (world champion arm wrestler and nutritionist) (vegan) Source: The Vegan Society UK
Monika Montsho (weightlifter, 2 x runnerup GB Championships 60kg, NW woman weightlifter of the year 1991)
Edwin Moses
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Adam Myerson cyclist
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Julie Ann Niewiek (Basketball commentator) Source: Grand Rapids press/ Image Mag 80
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Dennis Rodman (Basketball for Bulls) Source: Oprah, episode sometime in May, 1996 90
Rich Roll called by a magazine the world's fittest vegan
Murray Rose champion Australian swimmer
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Dave Scott, 6 times winner of Ironman triathlon
Kelly Slater World Surf League Champion 11 times
Christopher Smalling, Manchester United soccer player
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Lucy Stephens (triathlete - vegan)
Reiss Taylor UK proboxer and vegan
Ed Templeton Skateboarder
Mike Tyson Boxer
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Anu Vidya vegan 1st woman to climb Mt Everest
Emil Voigt In 1908 British runner who won the Olympic 5-mile race as a vegetarian, and
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patriciajj's picture

A  truly inspiring tribute to

A  truly inspiring tribute to an evolved soul who walked the walk and overcame hate with a steadfast focus on truth. I was particularly intrigued by your meticulous description of his natal chart, further confirming his status as a lightworker from higher plane of being. 


Thank you for taking the time to compile a list of athletes with plant-based diets. I was amazed to see so many famous names. Such an encouragement. 


Keep writing and shining! 

lyrycsyntyme's picture

I remember seeing an old tape

I remember seeing an old tape featuring a HR derby between Aaron and Sadahara Oh - the two greatest home run hitters in the world at the time they competed. I believe Aaron won by one, 9 to 8. Though I was too young to see Aaron play (outside of old footage), he was a favorite of mine growing up. My dad was a Ruth guy, and we'd debate who was better. Baseball was something in our family, for sure. I can't really watch it anymore, it's way too corrupted, but if I could sit with my dad again, I'm sure I'd make an exception. Unfortunately we have been banned from seeing my dad since March, who resides in a care facility, thanks to the current rules of the land.


Thanks for sharing. I had no idea he was a vegetarian, and I know little about astrology - an interesting read.

saiom's picture

. I don't know if you saw the

. I don't know if you saw the reference to The Imitation of Christ, the book he kept in his locker.


What a beautiful story you told.  People in assisted living places should have the same rights as others... to go out, and to receive visitors who wear masks.  God bless your father and you.



lyrycsyntyme's picture

I did, yes. My dad took us to

I did, yes. My dad took us to church, growing up, and we'd noticed the religious symbolism Aaron kept around himself.


Thank you, regarding my dad. I find the situation cruel, but I am grateful for your kind sympathies. Much gratitude, both for inspiring memories in me and for your kindness towards my related share.