a reply to: tgidkp
After we expanded the three archetypes to six, now we expand them once more to Twelve. What we can see from here? Well, most people nothing. But I am
astrologist, I see the Zodiac. Isn't it strange that it has twelve signs, not thirteen or eight. And if we ask why the division is done exactly so, we
will find that somewhere back in Alexandria some wise asses decided to be like that. And thousands of years actually, astrologist kept blindly to that
division. Well I am never content with that type of imbecilic way of following half understood ideas, so I had to test it myself. Sounds easy. It's
not! First there are no sources you can trust in this field. Ancient astrologers had big holes in their concepts and could be misleading. Modern
astrologist ate generally swayed by rumors and sweet-sellable concepts which basically ruins them as artists. You'll be surprised how many divisions
of astrology exist, and how much contradictory they are... and every each of them is pretending to be accurate in front of the public. This is
impossible. Astrology is not like religion, or a woman's opinion. There is only one truth. So I had to test the methods I use for their credability.
And if you think it's so easy to see, only at first sight - it's not. In astrology a theory might sound true(let's say about the influence of a
certain planet at specific position) and it might even looks like to be real(when the planet goes at the position) but in reality it was just mere
coincidence and the effect(influence) had been done really by other passing planet lets say.
So nobody for 2000 and more years had really proven anything, the ones(Greeks) who seemed done so were guilty of many blunt ideas in astrology. I
blame them not, but I could not fully trust them neither. Yes, there was things in astrology they theorized, and it turned to be the solidest truth.
Yet... for example Libra was not even existing as a sign for a long time as astrology was making it's transition from Egypt to Alexandria. That is
right, there were 11 signs only! And they just added one later, like... that. As I've said before, I don't agree with such maneuvers. So I extensively
paid careful attention to events, influences, magnitudes of transiting planets to make my mind on the twelve signs and their importance.
The situation I was in was not about to test astrology itself. Astrology was fine, I was working primary with the 36 decans which I never ever had
reason to disbelieve in their resonating abilities(because they were always working flawlessly), however it could be a situation here where the twelve
signs had no etheric importance by themselves and only existed as simplification created by human mind out of the 36 decans(each 3 make a sign). This
was the dilemma, is number 12 an universim number, a harmony, or is just a well passed through the centuries simplification of the 36(rooms of
And my research found a definitive answer. Yes 12 is universum. After many methods failed to give impenetrable and decisive answer, later with the
help of Koch house system, the moon and synodic astrology methods I found what I needed to feel content.
More proof to this is that the twelve zodiacal signs are each with it's competitor on axis. As example the Art axis is Virgo-Pisces and the Knowledge
one Leo-Aquarius. In the model of Six these two are sitting in common axis, quite unheard statement for astrology, but as I said before with the
proper meditation all things become clear and understanding widens.
About the number 36 I can only say that it is used on it's own axis which transforms it into 72. 72 is Six Twelves. I am still searching the reason
for it. However ni doubt, it is universum. And the most interesting thing is that is shows hidden glitch. The 35/36 glitch which I think will explain
the idea behind the number 7. I'm afraid however it will take several lifetimes to get that glitch's reasoning. You see, the higher we get the more
complicated it goes. Some quantum computer might give you better answers than me, but still, he'll meet his limits. It's not so easy to measure
yourself with the architect. And what about us, mere mortals?!