On my Facebook page Urantiam I conducted a survey with 210 people, all in same sex relationships. I affectionately call them gays and “gayvotas”. In my book Synastry I published a survey on 400 homosexuals, as same sex relationships used to be called back then. The purpose was to identify if their natal charts revealed an emphasis of any sort. This survey was also published in France and the United States. The survey was quite different this time around.
Where is genuine freedom? It seems to be in the space between determinism and free will — in the potency of creation, where I believe to be contemporary astrology's place. Potency in the philosophical sense of Spinoza (Potentia) and Nietzsche (Will to Power), which differs from power. Nowadays we can practice an astrology focused on the symbol's potency.
I have been "multiple" – rather – I was born multiple. Vastness is what moves, be it in the skies, sea, in the land, or in work. Someone named Henry VI, said (via Shakespeare) "Ignorance is the plague of God. Knowledge is the wing which allows one to fly into the skies". My goal has always been the skies (heaven), while at the same time keeping one foot on earth, i.e. – a stretch.
Should I marry this person? Is this job right for me? What would be a good time for me to have plastic surgery? If your astrological practice is anything like mine, these are just a few of the questions you might receive from clients who come to you for insight into the workings of their lives. Years ago, I would have done my best to answer such questions and come up with some sort of definitive "yes" or "no" response.
Erin Sullivan pleaded for keeping our ideas about gender out of the horoscope very early on. She recommends that we, in the tradition of western astrology, allow our collective psyche to be more differentiated and acknowledge that there are more possibilities for shaping interpersonal relationships than the model "heterosexual man loves heterosexual woman". Meridian wanted to know how exactly she meant that, and asked her for an interview.
How can we find a profession that really fits our needs? How can we recognise our true vocation? It is not always easy to find the right job because in many cases circumstances confront us with difficulties that influence our choice.
Perhaps a Biblical Scholar can quote the precise chapter and verse where Scripture identifies deception as Evil's most effective tool and enduring weapon. Evil personified assumes the form of Satan or the devil. Described in colorful ways by various cultures, the common denominator that best defines this entity is its power to seduce. Put plainly: evil conjures the ultimate sales pitch.
24-May-2018, 05:17 UT/GMT
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