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posted on Dec, 19 2013 @ 06:04 PM
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I’m really sorry to hear how you must have suffered as a child and adolescent. You’re brave to post your pain here.

Earlier I had posted on your “Mars sesquiquadrate to Jupiter” aspect possibly indicating a “difficult relationship with the father. Father marred, may have been violent and/or cruel. And that Jupiter is not only squared to Saturn, but parallel to Saturn, intensifying its malevolence.”

In the Vedic system, Jupiter is the karaka (significator) for the father. Your Jupiter is fallen in S Capricorn. Which is why I knew there had to be something wrong with the father (or he may have been absent altogether). That there had been obstacles in getting a good education (Jupiter also rules higher education).

I checked your Navamsha chart to see if you might have a Neechabhanga Rajayoga (cancellation of the debilitation). Sure enough your Navamsha Moon is placed in and at home in Cancer, ruled by the Moon, which in turn (this is the important part) is in an angular house in the Rasi (natal chart). Your natal Moon is angular in the 1st House.

A Neechabhanga Rajayoga planet gives mixed results, it’s bad in its normal significance, but not at its worst. It also gives the potential for “immense prosperity.”

I want to discuss the highly auspicious lunar mansion (Nakshatra) that contains your Almuten Mercury and your natal Moon. It’s Punarvasu.

When a Hindu asks you “What is your birth star?” he is not asking for your Sun Sign or your Rising Sign. He is asking which lunar mansion contains your Moon. Each lunar mansion is ruled by stars.

Punarvasu “resides primarily in the constellation of Gemini, the Twins. It consists of five stars, including Castor and Pollux.”
It “can produce great intellectual and spiritual wisdom. The Indian saint Ramana Maharshi had his natal Moon” here.

The ruling deity of Punarvasu is Aditi, who has the power to gain wealth or substance. “Aditi is the earth goddess who grants all abundance and gives birth to all the gods.” (Echos of Ceres.)

“Punarvasu’s influence is good for making life changes such as career or residential moves. This mansion allows our creativity and inspiration to be renewed.
…great potential in the communications fields can blossom here.”

“This asterism is called ‘the star of renewal’ and represents the purification of self, change of personality, and the ‘return of the light.’”

The shadow of this mansion is over-intellectualizing your life experiences.

Consider the rough experiences you’ve had in life, as a way of shaping you for your spiritual quest. You have been forced to learn how to cope with solitude and isolation. That’s basic training to any spiritual quest, since everything is ultimately found within yourself. Meditation is unavoidable.




posted on Dec, 19 2013 @ 09:02 PM
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I’m really sorry to hear how you must have suffered as a child and adolescent. You’re brave to post your pain here.


I appreciate the sentiment. I have been blessed with being able to come to terms with my early life.




Earlier I had posted on your “Mars sesquiquadrate to Jupiter” aspect possibly indicating a “difficult relationship with the father. Father marred, may have been violent and/or cruel. And that Jupiter is not only squared to Saturn, but parallel to Saturn, intensifying its malevolence.”


Ya growing up was pretty #ty and im surprised you dont see something about my stepmother.




A Neechabhanga Rajayoga planet gives mixed results, it’s bad in its normal significance, but not at its worst. It also gives the potential for “immense prosperity.”


Immense prosperity sounds great. Been flat broke but its due to the insanity of the first 25 years of my life.

Everything you said is like reading a book of my life. its like my life is completely different every 2 years. I move, change careers, new friends, everything every couple of years.




Consider the rough experiences you’ve had in life, as a way of shaping you for your spiritual quest. You have been forced to learn how to cope with solitude and isolation. That’s basic training to any spiritual quest, since everything is ultimately found within yourself. Meditation is unavoidable.


I do meditate less then i should these days. Ive been trained for something i hope otherwise my life is vein.



posted on Dec, 20 2013 @ 06:22 PM
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Ya growing up was pretty #ty and im surprised you dont see something about my stepmother.


I haven't gotten to the significators of women in your life yet.



I do meditate less then i should these days. Ive been trained for something i hope otherwise my life is vain.


I want you to read two small classic books:

1.) "Your Invisible Power" by Genevieve Behrend
This was originally published in the 1920's. Behrend was the only personal student of Judge Thomas Troward, considered a giant in the "New Thought" world.

2.) "How To Attract Money" (1955) by Joseph Murphy
Get the original version, not the "updated" one. ABEbooks online is an excellent source of used books.

Both books are quick reads, but need to be studied & absorbed. You should read some part of these everyday.
Understood and used, these two books will begin to change your life for the better.

Both are loaded with Truth, be confident of that. Do not dismiss them because they're old, these truths are timeless. I've read many books on mind power; these two are among the best written and to the point.

In any case, I just popped in today to tell you I haven't had time to write out the posts on your Mercury & Moon.

Later.



posted on Dec, 21 2013 @ 04:49 PM
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The 3rd decan of your CCW 1st House is under Aquarius. The 9th duad of the 3rd decan (where your Almuten, Mercury is) is also under Aquarius (ruled by Saturn and Uranus).

This double Aquarian influence is highly auspicious for all Mercury significations. In Western astrology, Mercury is exalted in Aquarius. This means the best of Mercury is drawn out. It heightens the general power of the Intellect, increases the ability to learn and retain information.

Your Mercury trine Saturn (one of the rulers of Aquarius) gives this position further power, as does the fact that your Saturn is in S Libra, its sign of Exaltation. Saturn is placed in your CCW 5th House of Creativity and your CW 8th House of Transformation.

This Mercury trine Saturn is a very important aspect in your chart because it acts as a counter-weight to the negative Neptune oppositions to your Asc, Sun, and Mars. Neptune diffuses your focus and will power. This Mercury trine an Exalted Saturn gives you the mental tools to be able to overcome these problems.

Here’s a description of Mercury trine Saturn:

“Your mind is well-disciplined when it needs to be, and you possess strong powers of organization and orderliness. You are good at detail work. You are a person who says what you mean and mean what you say, and you can be baffled by, or impatient with, those who don't. You are very trustworthy and reliable, showing up on time for appointments due to a basic respect for others and for schedules and orderliness. You make a loyal friend. You are capable of exceptionally clear and realistic thinking. Making plans is something that comes naturally to you--you consider consequences and possible scenarios before arriving at a decision or embarking on something entirely new. You are somewhat of a doubting Thomas, and you don't naturally jump up and down with excitement about new ideas or plans. Your conversations may at times be spare but to the point.”

And to add: “It especially favors mathematicians and scientists … It confers dexterity with the hands and will often be found in the charts of craftsmen who do precision work. It gives managerial ability. The natives make fine students because of their patience and capacity for hard work… This is a favorable aspect for teachers and writers …Good memory is characteristic of this trine.”

Mercifully, your Mercury escapes a direct hit from Neptune.
Mercury is parallel both Mars & Ceres which reinforces the impact of your Mercury conjunct Mars. I’ve discussed this before, this also sharpens the mind.

Tomorrow I want to discuss the Yod in your chart. Maybe I’ll have time to go into your Mercury’s exact sextile to Venus. Then I will get into your Mercury conjunct Moon, which will wrap up your 1st House.

Later.



posted on Dec, 21 2013 @ 05:07 PM
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“Your mind is well-disciplined when it needs to be, and you possess strong powers of organization and orderliness. You are good at detail work. You are a person who says what you mean and mean what you say, and you can be baffled by, or impatient with, those who don't. You are very trustworthy and reliable, showing up on time for appointments due to a basic respect for others and for schedules and orderliness. You make a loyal friend. You are capable of exceptionally clear and realistic thinking. Making plans is something that comes naturally to you--you consider consequences and possible scenarios before arriving at a decision or embarking on something entirely new. You are somewhat of a doubting Thomas, and you don't naturally jump up and down with excitement about new ideas or plans. Your conversations may at times be spare but to the point.”


Wow. Looks good. Now to figure out how to put it to use.




Tomorrow I want to discuss the Yod in your chart. Maybe I’ll have time to go into your Mercury’s exact sextile to Venus. Then I will get into your Mercury conjunct Moon, which will wrap up your 1st House.


Very detailed and comprehensive. What im going to do when you have finally had enough is compile this into one PDF and reread it in its entirety. Maybe i can even e-mail it to you and id be happy to recommend both of yours skills as a satified, not really client but you know what i mean.

Continue to be amazing.



posted on Dec, 22 2013 @ 06:44 PM
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...What im going to do when you have finally had enough is compile this into one PDF and reread it in its entirety. Maybe i can even e-mail it to you and id be happy to recommend both of yours skills as a satified, not really client but you know what i mean.

Continue to be amazing.


Thanks for the offer, but not needed. Thank you anyway.

Just popped in to let you know I did not have time today to work on your report.

Later.



posted on Dec, 23 2013 @ 08:19 PM
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Just got home. Will not be writing tonight.
The holidays are just too hectic.
I will not be posting until after Christmas.

Merry Christmas!

Later.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 06:52 PM
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My apologies for not popping in earlier. This is just to let you know I have not forgotten you. I just haven't written the piece out on the yod.

Later.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 07:18 PM
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Hey thanks!

Your awesome!



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:05 PM
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I want to talk briefly about your parents . I will only discuss your father as you have already mentioned to us that your mother is missing.

There are currently two school of thoughts about which segment of the chart represents each parent. Traditional astrology says that the 4th represents the mother and the 10th the father. However, that is not always the case and modern astrology tends to switch the houses when it appears necessary to do so. This is what I have done and the 4th will represent your father.

I see a powerful figure who is not easily challenged. He is over-indulgent and treats life as a never-ending recreation. He has money worries but there appears to be good financial protection available to him through a well positioned Moon which is in good aspect to Saturn.

He is well treated by society as a whole and does get a lot of support from the community. He can also draw support in any career that he chooses.

I see that the mind may be succeptible to influences and is not discerning enough.This can cause vagueness and lack of clarity or taking on other people’s opinions . There may have been some learning difficulty caused by such thing as dyslexsia or autism. The mind is more suited to spiritual , formless things and has difficulty with mundane analysis. However, this state can be useful when helping and teaching those with learning difficulties.

His career will be of a Neptunian nature (Social work, art or even religious teaching) but there will always be some vagueness as to what career is best to follow. He has to be careful that the career does not involve the darker side of Neptune which would involve shady deals.

Pisces on the cusp of the 10th house often result in a missing mother. A fact that you have already informed us about.

Best wishes for the new year



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:09 PM
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I see a powerful figure who is not easily challenged. He is over-indulgent and treats life as a never-ending recreation. He has money worries but there appears to be good financial protection available to him through a well positioned Moon which is in good aspect to Saturn.


My grandmother always took care of my father most of his life. She also took care of me a lot when i was young. For reasons that may be evident in my chart.

Happy new year to you too.


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posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 10:40 PM
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I hope you both return! Best thread in a while!

I would also like to invite both of you to do a podcast with me and talk about astrology are either of you willing to do that?



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 10:40 PM
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I hope you both return! Best thread in a while!

I would also like to invite both of you to do a podcast with me and talk about astrology are either of you willing to do that?



posted on Jan, 3 2014 @ 02:08 PM
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I hope you both return! Best thread in a while!

I would also like to invite both of you to do a podcast with me and talk about astrology are either of you willing to do that?


Although I would like to contribute more to ATS, I would not be able to get involved with audio and video podcasts. Perhaps some articles and written comments would be possible.

My interest in astrology is connected to my interest in the occult. I blend astrology with other principles and my insight is different that of typical astrologers. I also do creative paintings which involve capturing shapes in my mind and willing them onto a canvas.

The other me has a demanding professional career in the financial world. Although I can bend and stretch time , there is never enough of it.

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posted on Jan, 3 2014 @ 06:02 PM
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Interesting... what other principles do you blend with?



posted on Jan, 3 2014 @ 06:28 PM
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Interesting... what other principles do you blend with?


There has to be a framework behind any spiritual study. Otherwise it is fruitless. For me it is the Qabalah. Everything that you can experience , whether subjectively or objectively, has its place on the tree of life.
Astrological symbols have even more meaning when associated with their corresponding qabalistic counterparts.

It is in my opinion the most useful roadmap. It is explanation of the universe ; description of the states of existence as well as the states of consciousness.

Sadly, magicians have not been forgiven for borrowing it .



posted on Jan, 3 2014 @ 06:51 PM
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So your a mystic of sorts?



posted on Jan, 3 2014 @ 07:06 PM
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So your a mystic of sorts?


I am not sure I understand the term mystic. It seems to be a term used to mean many things. I would not call myself a mystic. I am just an experimenter in the occult and would not call myself an occultist either.



posted on Jan, 3 2014 @ 08:12 PM
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Ahhh ok. I was reading about the qabbalah, it mentioned mystic during that reading.



posted on Jan, 3 2014 @ 08:34 PM
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Ahhh ok. I was reading about the qabbalah, it mentioned mystic during that reading.


I see. Even Wiki uses the work mystic when defining qabalah. I suppose it it due to the qabalah coming from jewish mysticism. Perhaps I am not comfortable with the term mystic which seems to be an umbrella term which covers everything from occultism, theosophy, eastern religions and who knows scientologists might soon be called mystics.

I have started to write a book. Whether it gets published or not is not important. By the time I finish it, I would have discovered far more than I know now. It is called : A book of Rhythms, Patterns and Associations.





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