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The Moon As Singleton

The creativity associated with an Inferior Function does not flow easily and naturally as it does when it arises from the Dominant Function. It manifests in sometimes painful, strained, and embarrassing ways. There is a quality of strife and urgency associated with the expression of the Inferior Function, although it can be a source of great creativity. Singletons (and the …

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Sun As Singleton

Before continuing on with the Sun Singleton, it is important to mention that in cases where the ruler of the Ascendant, or the Mid Heaven (MC), in cases of public figures, is a singleton, then that planet becomes even more significant. The person’s personal identity, individual “persona,” or public image if it is the MC ruler, is so firmly anchored …

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Astrology In Today’s World

Astrology is a paradox in today’s world. Being neither science or religion, it is the proverbial square peg in the round hole. Walk into any corporate board room and describe a system that can accurately forecast personal and business cycles, determine the best time for just about anything, and help you understand your teenagers, and all the white shirts and …

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What Is An Astrological Consultation?

Have you ever considered consulting an astrologer? Do you fear that he or she would predict unpleasant things, or tell you things you wouldn’t want to know? No, that is not what astrology is about. Astrology is not limiting, it is does not deny your freewill, or tell you if you will win the lottery. Astrology does not work through …

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Life Choises

Life Choises And Astrology

That we face many choices in this life, is inevitable. There are choices that face us every waking moment, from the type of cereal we eat to the profession we follow or person we marry. How many times has the most simple step to the right or left – for example catching a later bus – resulted in a major …

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The Ethics Of Astrology

Is there a code of ethics for the astrologer? Of course. In fact, there are several. Do you have to follow any of them? No. But if you don’t follow some sort of ethical code, you will self-destruct, or your practice will. The first rule for the astrologer who offers professional services is privacy: What the client tells you in …

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Ten Rules For Astrologers

Everything modifies everything else. Nothing is as good or as bad as you think it will be. Forecast conservatively-it’s better than looking like a complete fool when you’re half wrong. Study love, money and health issues. If you become a professional, 99 percent of your clients will want information on them. If you stay an amateur, it’s probably what you …

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Age

Pluto

Pluto is the “modern” ruler of Scorpio, and many of its concepts and key words are synonymous with those used for Scorpio itself. Pluto represents the “peak, or pit experience,” a deep psychological experience that includes a kind of “dying,” after which we are never again the same. Pluto transits bum our bridges behind us; we can never go back …

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Neptune

In order to become conscious on all levels of being, we have to go through a period of unconsciousness. To him who is in samadhi, nothing happens, and if it does, he does not care.  – The Chasm of Fire by Irina Tweedle Where Uranus was the “insomnia” planet, the awakener, Neptune is the “sleeping pill” planet, the dream inducer. Uranus …

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Uranus

Uranus takes 84 years to traverse the zodiac and therefore has more of an influence on a generational scale than a personal scale. Uranus has an androgynous energy and is considered to be the next highest incarnation of the energies of mercury. Mercury is neither feminine nor masculine and Uranus is both simultaneously. It is associated with Aquarius and the …

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Saturn

Saturn is the planet furthest away from the sun and earth and still visible to the eye. It symbolizes the limit of the “real world” of our consensual ideas about what we do and can perceive through the five physical senses. It represents the boundary between the personal and the social (as in “to respect another’s boundaries”), and the socio-cultural …

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Jupiter

Jupiter represents the divine, benevolent father. He is like the “Pillar of Mercy” in the Kabbala. In India, he is called Guru, meaning a spiritual teacher who leads us from the darkness of ignorance into the light of wisdom and enlightenment. He is also referred to as Brihaspati, the original priest or Brahmin. He represents the father in all birth …

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Mars

AN ANGRY MAN OPENS HIS MOUTH AND SHUTS HIS EYES -Chinese Fortune Cookie Proverb Mars‘s energy represents the basic drive to survive through assertion, action, and aggression. Assertion is consciousness in motion. Mars carries out through activity, the purpose and intention of the solar consciousness. When we assert ourselves we find out who we are. Of course, this is harder …

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Venus

Taurus is Venus‘ first sign. The planet figures prominently in the religious mythologies of the Old World and the New World. We have only to look to the Bible to find them in both Old and New Testaments. The following Biblical passage from Isaiah 14:12-15 is a paraphrase of a Canaanite scripture of the 7th century BC It was originally …

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Mercury

Mercury is the Messenger of the Gods. He is never further than 28° from the Sun, and is to be found in the same sign as the Sun or in one of the two adjoining signs. Some astrologers contend that Mercury functions better in a chart when it is at least 10° away from the Sun and best when it …

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Moon

Moon

The Moon, both historically in Western astrology and currently in Indian astrology, has been considered the most important planet in the horoscope. The Romans, for instance, considered Emperor Claudius to be a Capricorn because his Moon was in that sign, although he was born in early August, and we would have called him a Leo. The Moon represents the soul, …

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Sun

Ye are the light of the World. No man, when he hath lighted a candle, putteth it in a secret place, neither under a bushel, but on a candlestick, that they which come in may see the light. The Sun in the natal chart represents the spirit’s purpose for this incarnation. It represents the individualized divine intent for life. The …

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The Outer Planets

The outer planets include: Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto and symbolize our place in the bigger picture of life. While the inner planets tell us about your personal characteristics, the outer planets of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto symbolize our place in the bigger picture of the world. They give us experience and knowledge which allow us to effectively participate with others …

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The Inner Planets

The inner planets – the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – are associated with our individual identity and concerns. These seven planets are the fastest moving planets of the solar system. They are associated with personal identity and how our personality gets expressed.. Typically, they point to parts of our personality associated with the ego and relate …

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The Collective Houses

Seventh House – Partnership This house begins our journey back to our unity with all life. Where would we be if we didn’t understand the significance of other people in our life, especially those close people who make appropriate sexual and business partners? This is the house of marriage, meant in its broadest sense of mutual commitment. Placement of planets …

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