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The Power Of Myth

In Uncategorized on September 28, 2013 at 9:03 am
Campbell and Jean Erdman c. 1939

Campbell and Jean Erdman c. 1939 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“Ask and ye shall receive, knock and the door shall be opened to you,” Luke 11:9

Joseph Campbell tells us:

“The ego cannot reflect upon  itself unless it has a mirror, against which to read itself, and that mirror would be the mythological  schedule that lets it know where it is.”

He also wrote,” It doesn’t help to try to change (an imposed system) to accord with your system of thought. The momentum of history behind it is too great for anything, really significant to evolve from that kind of action. The thing to do is learn to live in your period of history as a human being, that is something else, and it can be done.”

But I have a question. At what point does the “Momentum of history” lag behind the need for change or some form of evolution where the individual can truly find myths in his “Period of history” that are relevant. What if you live in a myth less age or at best the myths you have feel more like a Labyrinth where a proverbial Minotaur awaits you.

Campbell goes on to say . “Throughout the inhabited world, in all times and under every circumstance, the myths of man have flourished; and they have been the living inspiration of whatever else may have appeared out of the activities of the human body and mind. It would not be too much to say that myth is the secret opening through which the inexhaustible energies of the cosmos pour into human cultural manifestation. Religions, philosophies, arts, the social forms of primitive and historic man, prime discoveries in science and technology, the very dreams that blister sleep, boil up from the basic, magic ring of myth.”  In other words myths are indispensable, and needed in order to survive and thrive in life. Myths inspire us.

In the book, Your Mythic Journey, Sam Keen and Anne Valley-Fox postulate,”The dominant myth that informs a person or a culture is like the ‘information’ contained in DNA or the program in the systems disk of a computer. Myth is the software, the cultural DNA, the unconscious information, the meta-program that governs the way we see ‘reality’ and the way we behave.”

“But in the same measure that myth gives us security and identity, it also creates selective blindness, narrowness, and rigidity because it is intrinsically conservative. It encourages us to follow the faith of our fathers, to hold to the time-honored truths, to imitate the way of the heroes, to repeat the formulas and rituals in exactly the same way they were done in the good old days. As long as no radical change is necessary for survival, the status quo remains sacred, the myth and ritual are unquestioned, and the patterns of life, like the seasons of the year, repeat themselves.”

There are periods in history when generational myths require restructuring or complete absolution from our psyches altogether. A shape shifting of our archetypes. The 1960″s was such a period.

Unlike previous post war decades, the 1960’s was a decade of revolution. Many young people started doubting the values that were passed down by previous generations. Many of the ideas presented in the sixties continue to evolve today. It is interesting to note that this was a period of a significant Uranus -Pluto contact.

Walter Isaacson on Steve Jobs and the sixties. “The people who invented the twenty-first century were pot-smoking, sandal-wearing hippies from the West Coast like Steve, because they saw differently,” he said. “The hierarchical systems of the East Coast, England, Germany, and Japan do not encourage this different thinking. The sixties produced an anarchic mind-set that is great for imagining a world not yet in existence.”  In astrological terms this was the beginning of a 138-year Uranus-Pluto synodic cycle. This was a time of planting seeds for new myths to grow.

Nick Antony Fiorenza clarifies that the present Uranus-Pluto synodic cycle is a major evolutionary transition for us all, that heralds us into a new time/paradigm on earth. Synodic Cycles are created when two (or more) planets align in their orbits around the Sun. The synodic cycle theme, defined by the planets involved and the star alignments at the time, will unfold until the two planets align again, marking the completion of the synodic cycle and the beginning of the next one. Our current Uranus-Pluto square may stimulate the creation of new technologies and modalities of thought motivated from structural systems and societal modalities that simply no longer work. Mr. Fiorenza goes on to state it can motivate radical and mind-expanding change in the very foundation of matter, energy and consciousness that breaks us from very deep-seated and long-standing genetic, cultural and social behavioral patterns. This seems like a very tall order to me. Anyway one thing is for certain it is certainly a stressful time, the Uranus-Pluto synod is probably the most stressful combinations of planets. We are currently living through one of the most stressful periods in human history, at least since the origin of this particular synod which began with the conjunction of Uranus and Pluto in 1964. We are currently in the most intense period of this Uranus-Pluto synodic square, the exact square taking place on, November 24, 2013, in between the fourth and fifth Uranus square Pluto transits. This marks the most stressful period of the cycle until the period between the sixth and seventh square, which takes place between December 15, 2014 and March 17, 2015.

Socially and politically we can see this all around us, as the present synodic cycle constructs and deconstructs myth. This is a defining moment in history. The wonderful astrologer and book author Elsa Panizzon said of the current Uranus-Pluto square, that no one really knows what is going to happen, and if they tell you they know, they are basically fools.  She did not say this exactly, but it is the jest of it. I think this is true. It takes courage to look into the undefined and not be fearful. In his book “How to Have a Life-Style”, the wise and witty Quentin Crisp said many years ago, ” present day society, with its constant change, its deafening communication, its almost total loss of definition, has produced a climate of bewilderment so profound that in it personally disintegrates in all but the most persistently self-aware. What we need, therefore, is a reaffirmation of personal boundaries. If to look upward is in vain because, to put it politely, You Know Who is apparently  resting, and to gaze about us is unbearable, where else is there to look but within?”


Astrology and God

In Uncategorized on October 9, 2012 at 9:05 am
Stained glass at St John the Baptist's Anglica...

Stained glass at St John the Baptist’s Anglican Church, Ashfield, New South Wales. Illustrates Jesus’ description of himself “I am the Good Shepherd” (from the Gospel of John, chapter 10, verse 11). This version of the image shows the detail of his face. The memorial window is also captioned: “To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of William Wright. Died 6th November, 1932. Aged 70 Yrs.” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

” Let there be lights in the Heaven and let them be for Signs”

Genesis 1:14

” There shall be signs in the Sun, the Moon and the stars. ”

Jesus Christ, Luke 21:25

Enn Kasak wrote in an article, that Lynn Thorndike  ( July 24, 1882-December 28, 1965)  the American historian of medieval science and Paul Feyerabend  (January 13, 1924-February 11,1994)  the Austrian born philosopher of science warned us, that we should not condone the practice of  separating the history of astronomy and the history of  astrology. A closer look at the subject somewhat unexpectedly reveals that compared to other ancient practices, ancient astrology complies more closely with modern scientific requirements. Some important scientific paradigms may in fact prove to originate in astrology. Prior to the Renaissance astronomy and astrology were one and the same.  Claudius Ptolemy , who has been considered the most influential astronomer and astrologer of antiquity, for instance wrote Almagest , arguably the most influential book of  astronomy in the 15th century. He also wrote Tetrabiblos, or The Four Books, which was a work on astrology.  ( The first book deals with astrology from a technical aspect,  including astrogeography,  medical,  horoscopic astrology.  The second book deals with universal astrology.  The third and fourth book deal with personal astrology).  Modern astrology is based on formal rationalism , prediction is derived from effects that must be physically determined ( i.e. the placement of the planets, the degree where planets aspect each other), but cannot be proved by scientific method.  Anyone who has ever built an astrological chart from scratch, realizes the considerable amount of astronomy and math it requires to complete the task. Astrological  interpretation is a different story,  it is based on mythological thinking and archetypes.  Modern Christian thought is also based on mythology and archetypes.  Similarly when people approach these subjects, it is through a fog of myth and archaic archetype.

In his article , Is There a Christian Zodiac, A Gospel in the Stars;  Charles Strohmer  from the Christian Research Institute reports. Since the 1980s, an increasing number of Christian ministers, authors, and apologists have been teaching that the signs of the zodiac and the names of certain stars once carried a nonoccult meaning to the Hebrew patriarchs and ancient Israel. Allegedly, this meaning was conveyed in the story of Israel’s Messiah-Redeemer, which today Christians know as the gospel of Jesus Christ.  In other words , A Gospel in the Stars, or the GIS theory. In her book, Mazzaroth, or the Constellations,  Frances Rolleston ( 1781-1864), laid the ground work for what would become modern GIS theory. By unearthing  the ancient names of the signs of the zodiac and numerous stars. Rolleston elucidated their pagan meanings in various cultures and then proposed gospel-meanings for these signs and stars through an impressive and systematic biblical exegesis surrounding hundreds of verses.  this encyclopedic work eventually became the four-part book. Recently prominent Christians, including Dr. D. James Kennedy, Kenneth C. Fleming, Marilyn Hickey, Chuck Missler, Henry Morris, and the Southwest Bible Church radio program, have promoted GIS theory in books and sermons.

In ” Astrology from a Christian Perspective” , Carmen Turner-Schott, a Christian therapist and astrologer states that ,according to a recent study, nearly 30 percent of Catholics stated that they believed in astrology. Among white evangelicals there was 13 percent that professed a belief in astrology.  She feels that many Christians are turning to astrology as a tool because of its accuracy and the comfort they find from it.  ” I feel that astrology was a tool created by God for us to understand ourselves better and to use as a spiritual tool.”  “As a Christian, I focus on what Jesus taught. Christ himself talked about the importance of astrology when he said in Luke 21:25, “There shall be signs in the sun, moon, and stars.” He discusses with the disciples the importance of astrology and how it can be used as a sign of his return. If we are not supposed to interpret the energies of the planets and signs and if Jesus was truly against it, why would he tell us this important information?”  Mrs Turner-Schott feels there is much evidence in the Bible that supports Christian astrology, and feels this is not a relevant issue;  at best this is a progressive and exceptional perspective. Mrs Turner-Scott also speaks of  pre-Christian, religious based astrology in Kabbalistic astrology. “In the book Kabalistic Astrology, it is written that the twelve sons of Jacob were representative of the twelve signs of the zodiac and that the personality traits of each son were used to describe each sun sign we know today.”

In the time of King Herod, after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea, wise men from the East came to Jerusalem, asking, “Where is the child who has been born king of the Jews? For we observed his star at its rising, and have come to pay him homage”, Mather 2.1-12. These wise men who found Jesus following the Star of Bethlehem, have also been referred to as the Magi.  Upon closer observation the Magi were priestly like men who practiced  Zoroastrianism, a pre-Christian religion that followed the teachings of a prophet named Zoroaster. As part of their religion, these priests paid particular attention to the stars, and gained an international reputation for astrology, which was at that time highly regarded as a science.  The Magi have been ex’tensively researched throughout the years, probably most notably by British scholar Mary Boyce, in her book , A History of Zoroastrianism.   In his blog, Zoroastrian Astrology and Cosmology ,  K.E.Eduljee writes. ” In maintaining the tradition of astronomical observations and a resulting calendar initiated by Zoroaster, the magi became keen and systematic observers of the movements of celestial bodies.
Despite the attempts of a few Hellenic authors to belittle the magi by naming magic after their practice, the credibility of the magi as wise healers, physicians and seers was without parallel in the known world, so much so, that Christian tradition found it necessary to claim that it was the magi who found Jesus based on an astronomical observation that was prophesized by ancient magian astrology.”

There are many theories as to why the Magi used astrology, but one thing remains certain, the three wise men that found Jesus were astrologers.  So from Christianity”s origin astrology and God were collectively present.

Saturn in Scorpio- A New Suit Can Either Make or Break a Man

In Uncategorized on August 14, 2012 at 7:10 am
Pluto in rotation. Gif-animation

Pluto in rotation. Gif-animation (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Scorpio Glass

Scorpio Glass (Photo credit: marusin)

I have been wondering a lot lately about the upcoming Saturn in Scorpio Transit,  most people seem to look at this upcoming event with some trepidation as it has a Saturn/Pluto theme built into it,  after all Scorpio does rule Pluto,  or is it vice-versa ?   Anyway , I don”t really see it like this.  I see this as Saturn building his repertoire, a wardrobe change as it were,  and you have to feel a little sorry for him too because he has to wait two and a half years before he can change his shirt. I am A Capricorn and am not really daunted about trying on a new shirt, I mean what is the significance of a Saturn/Venus , Saturn/Pluto colour, maybe a little leopard print, they both have pitfalls and advantages, and please do not underestimate the primordial power of Venus. Venus is a velvet glove, ( A very tasteful velvet glove with embroidered pearls on the side), but inside is a big fat steel fist. My point being that the Saturn/Venus combination is no picnic either. Anyway a new suit can either make or break a man.

   Zipporah Dobyns in her book, The Book of Saturn talks about some of the Pitfalls we may encounter. Pluto and Saturn is another combination of desires with a major issue involving power. Pluto symbolizes a part of life where we need to learn to share power and pleasure with close lasting peer relationships (That does not sound so bad, especially the pleasure part).  As usual, it is possible to express these principles in  either of two opposite extremes which are both destructive. Those who have not learned to share power with peers or with the world will seek total control. (In S & M terms these are the people who repeatedly forget the “Safe Word”).  The opposite extreme produces dependent and helpless people who feel they have virtually no personal power. ( In S & M terms these are the people who could care a less if someone forgets the “Safe Word”).  The obvious solution calls for sharing the power and responsibility along with the pleasures and possessions which are part of the Pluto side of life . As with all major growth challenges, this is easy to say, but not easy to do.

  I refer to the S & M terms because it represents the type of sex that is characterized by Saturn being in Scorpio or Saturn transiting the eighth house, but that is not all.   It is a metaphor for Saturn in Scorpio and the extremes of behavior resultant.  Scorpions are capable of doing the most good and of being the most evil.  It is a continuum that Scorpions live with daily, which truly separates them from us.  This is the blessing and the curse of  Saturn being in Scorpio.  Saturn deals with reality, not your reality, because you are probably pretty good at dealing with that at this point, but everyone else’s  reality, everyone else’s diverse , foreign behavior, that is where most people have trouble.

  It is the dysfunction of not accepting reality that gets you into trouble with Saturn in the first place.  It is what gets you into trouble in life in general , your ability to accept reality is a reflection of your general mental health,  we do not need astrology to tell us this.

Terrence Malick’s – The Tree of Life

In Uncategorized on July 20, 2012 at 1:11 pm

Looking for a film that seems to challenge the status quo and is considered to be pioneering by some, using a wide orb, ( although not that wide, Pluto and Uranus were one degree away from exact square, when it was released in July of 2011)  is Terrence Malick‘s- The Tree of Life.   This film or kinda non-film as it were, ” envisions the origin of the universe and ponders some of life’s deepest questions”  all set to  the backdrop of a small town family in Texas in the 1950’s.  I say non-film, because Mr. Malick seems to avoid linear storytelling, using a pallet of film montages, sometimes seemingly unrelated to tell his story; and any meaning we take away from the film is based on our own projections of what went on , he gives us enough space to come to our own conclusions.  Non linear storytelling in film is nothing new, Quentin Tarantino does this in most of his films,  but in Mr Malick’s case the images are curious ; you have to wait until the end of the movie to apply any meaning to them, much like Stanley Kubrick’s monolith in ,”2001 ”  To say that this film is polarizing is an understatement.  Most critics really seem to like this film.  The Guardian called it, “this decades Christian artwork”, (It deals with God you know).   Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun Times said it has the ” bold vision of Kubrick ‘s  2001: A Space Odyssey“, ( a film interesting enough created and  made during the conjunction of Uranus and Pluto in 1966;  and if  any film is worthy of the Uranus/Pluto award it would be this one).  On a side note I would like to say, when Woody Allen first saw, “2001” , he said “I was very disappointed and didn’t like it” , it wasn’t until his third viewing that he thought ” Gee, this artist is way ahead of me”.  Most Uranus/Pluto artistic  enterprises take a while to gestate, apparently even for Woody Allen.  A.O.Scott of the New York Times said, “Mr Malick belongs in the visionary company of homegrown romantics like Herman Melville, Walt Whitman, Hart Crane and James Agee”.   Looking at the reviews of the average Joe, is a little more bleak .  Here are some reader’s review”s from the New York Times, ” This film is existentialism for dummies” : “actually calling it a film is kind” ; “For anyone looking for a little reality to balance out Mr. Scott’s review, I’ll try to help: one-dimensional characters; family psych 101 (I’m talking Freud, here); space/geophysical imagery straight from NOVA; CGI dinosaurs!!!; cloying and shallow treatment of religion; absurd surrealistic interludes; kindergarten existentialism; threadbare gender stereotypes; and a fantastic end-of-days shoreline reunion”. Gestate people, gestate.

Uranus, Pluto, Art, Cinema and the Conjunction of 1966 – Part 1

In Uncategorized on July 2, 2012 at 8:22 am


English: Own work made in the style of Andy Warhol

English: Own work made in the style of Andy Warhol (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Looking at the present influence  of the Uranus, Pluto square , ( arguably the most dynamic astrological influence we will experience in our lifetime),  I was wondering how it will affect our culture and art,  but in particular film.  Leta Waterfall in her CosmicSense Blog referring to the current square tells us, ” These extremely powerful, universal energy transmitters express personally/collectively/globally & affect our whole galaxy and beyond as new archetypes challenge the established order here.”  It seems to me that this would be a very fertile time to be an artist and create.  Archetypes are prototypes of thought and feeling in relation to our life on this planet as we experience it.   It is a thought image etc.,  universally present in individual psyches.  Jung called them ” inherited thought patterns”.  Andy Warhol  made his name by highlighting archetypes of popular culture with his Campbell Soup can and Marilyn images.  This to me is what art is, it is the expression of,  the playing with,  the reinvention of what a particular archetype has come to mean to us. Sometimes it is the reinvention of what we have come to accept as art.  It is interesting that Andy Warhol was at the height of his artistic career during the conjunction of Uranus and Pluto in 1966.  This was also the year he painted Marilyn and Imitation of Christ,  two of the most iconic of archetypes.  During this period Pop Art and the underground art scene and cinema scene were at their apex.  After the attempted assassination of Warhol  all of this started to unravel,  which was in 1968.


Uranus Square Pluto and the Methylation Process

In Uncategorized on June 15, 2012 at 10:38 pm

I was recently reminded of the Uranus-Pluto influence, after a recent routine blood test, well seemingly routine.  Anyway  my doctor called me back, to go over the lab results with me and everything seemed to be going fine and then he dropped the axe,  ” Ohh , and by the way you are not Methylating properly.”  ” Ohh really, exuse me?”  Well, that did not seem good, as a matter of fact, it borderline scared me. If I just knew what the hell it meant.  I do not profess to talking about yourself on your own blog.  I can save that for some anonymous site, where i can say inane things after a couple glasses of Merlot . But, I am no hillbilly, really.  I even have some education. I even have education in a medical field. But I had no idea what,  “poor methylation ” meant.  This computer program does not know what it is, It recognizes, ” Methylation”  as a non-word and underlines it in red every time I type it.  But I bet in ten years it will not be a non word. I bet it will be a really common word.  (To be fair it is actually a common word in science.)

After a clumsy explanation by my doctor and doing some research on my own, I can now say, I understand  what methylation is.  Technically it is the addition of a methyl group to an atom, and our bodies do this millions of time a minute.  How our bodies utilize vitamins and take in oxygen relates to methylation. In short if you are not methylating well,  you are not using your body efficiently. This is not uncommon, most Americans are under methylated.  Anyway after adding a couple of vitamins to my daily routine, I now have an improved methylation status.

Beth Turnage writes in her blog “Astrology Explored,”  that the use of LSD in the sixties, changed society; well yeah!   LSD is certainly a common word now, at least it is in this  household, (just kidding) but you get the point. That is what Uranus-Pluto is about revolution, changing things, intensely changing things in unusual ways.  As with all Uranus-Pluto concepts there is polarization,  half the people at work think I am crazy talking about my methylation.  The other half thinks I am a nutritional God.

Neptune Changing Signs, A Change of Perspective, A Change of Projection

In Uncategorized on April 5, 2011 at 5:59 am

Neptune is on the verge of changing signs.  Neptune which is presently in Aquarius, a fixed air sign is about to enter Pisces, a mutable water sign.  Neptune has been in Aquarius since January 29, 1998,  it will move into Pisces on April 4, 2011 and will remain there for thirteen years except for a retreat back into Aquarius from August 5, 2011 through February 3, 2012.  Neptune moving into Pisces is moving into its sign of rulership,  it is said to be at home here.  Neptune was last in Pisces 165 years ago .

Uranus which is considered the higher octave of Mercury relates to how we think within the world.  Neptune relates  to how we view the world, our feelings and perceptions about the things we see around us, what we dream, our inspirations.   Neptune has to do with what we project onto the world.

Projection in the Freudian sense is a psychological defense system whereby one ” projects” one’s own undesirable thoughts, motivations, desires and motivations onto someone else.  “The Shadow” ,  a term used in Jungian psychology refers to projected material. Jungians consider that  “Political agitation in all countries is full of such projections, just as much as the backyard gossip of little groups and individuals . The Swiss Jungian psychologist  Marie-Louise von Franz felt that wherever known reality stops, ” we project an archetypal image”  In other words we start creating our own reality.

So what kind of reality have we been spinning since Neptune has been in Aquarius.  You need to look at the qualities’ of Aquarius to ascertain the dreams we have been dreaming.  The two key words would be fixed  and  air .   Fixed  has to do with something that is attached , non movable , rigid.   Air  relates to something  you can”t  touch,  empty space,  nothingness.  Seems like an odd mixture. Aquarians at their  best are humanitarians, intellectual, original,  inventive,  honest and loyal,  at their worst they are intractable,  unemotional , detached,  perverse and unpredictable.  Aquarian energy at it’s worst can be quite egocentric.

Aquarius is the sign of the common people, for good or ill.  If everybody gets their fifteen minutes of fame,  then Neptune in Aquarius was the peak of this, at least I hope so.  If one person gets a voice then every person gets a voice,  if they deserve to or not, including Snookie.   Rush Limbaugh who has had a huge influence on the national psyche in the last decade,  is a really good example of the darker side of the Aquarius in Neptune energy projecting its negative archetypal images onto the  political arena.

What is the archetype of Neptune in the mutable, water sign of  Pisces.  Again Neptune is most at home here, and that is probably a good thing.  Pisces is all about being imaginative, sensitive, compassionate and kind,  selfless, intuitive and sympathetic.  Anyway our projections should be less severe, we will project with a little more humanity  hopefully.

Post T-Square-Really?

In Uncategorized on November 19, 2010 at 3:22 am

I mean really?  Is anyone just a little disappointed that some of the more fantastic and dire predictions of the Cardinal T-Square, did not come to fruition.  I am for one.  I’m also just a little embarrassed. The same feeling you get when you see a really bad actor on stage, where nothing pans out, especially when the performance was built up to be this really great thing.  I mean really who were these  people who tried to scare the hell out of us and told us to move to underground bunkers in Utah.  I’m not trying to minimize any hard times had by others during this transit.  I’m sure people who had this configuration  at the time of their solar returns might have a wild story to tell.  I  don’t like it when astrologers get on the doom and gloom bus , it  is not  helpful, it’s also irresponsible. We can wait till Uranus opposes Pluto to get truly apocalyptic.

Saturn and Pluto and Apes in the Congo

In Uncategorized on September 17, 2010 at 10:51 am

A primatologist was studying a group of apes who lived in the Congo near a campground.  He visited the apes annually.  They were a hostile and unhappy group of apes.  It was a society characterized by male control and dominance.  Females were used for child bearing purposes only.  Extra community  males who came into the society were either killed or sent back into the wild to die.  It was a society based on tactics of fear and intimidation. During a potent Saturn-Pluto transit the apes snuck into the nearby campground and scavenged a considerable amount of  tainted meat.  The primatologist visited a year later and what he found surprised him.  Although many of the apes had perished, the more peaceable and loving apes had seemed to survive , whereas the more aggressive and hostile apes had died off.  ” Make love not war”, seemed to be the motto of this new society of apes. If an outside ape wandered in  from another tribe he was welcomed. There was a lack of aggression shown towards individuals or groups.  Female power-sharing was common place. Diverse sexual behavior was encouraged and nurtured. This was a more  happy and loving group of apes.  This story is based on fact and fable.

In the Midst of the Cardinal Crisis

In Uncategorized on August 17, 2010 at 7:56 am

Anyone who was born in the first ten days of the Cardinal signs, which are Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn, can tell you that the last two weeks have been anything but serene. Anyone who has planets or midpoints in the first degree of any of these signs also has been especially vulnerable to the present planetary picture.  However everyone is being affected by the current planetary configuration known as the T-Square or the Cardinal Crisis, either through their Lunar Returns or just by being on the earth when all this planetary activity is taking place.  The good news is that we are in the midst of the Cardinal Crisis . Acutely speaking the worst is over,although that is debatable.  I say this because on August 6-7, a Cardinal Cross was activated between Jupiter and Uranus in Aries, Pluto in Capricorn and Saturn, Mars and Venus in Libra, and also the planets involved are no longer aspecting the sensitive Aries Points. In a couple of days we will have another Saturn-Pluto square but this is a theme that has been playing out in our lives for about a year, however I suggest the sense of urgency is over. I think its important to remember that the planets are here to help us grow and evolve.  Hard aspects at the end of the day ultimately lead to expanded consciousness. Remember we were once monkeys.

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