Snake magic astrology
One of the most amusing follow-up questions I get when people ask me what I do for a living, and I mention my expertise in interpreting astrology cards: Oh, so do you really believe in all of these things? I suspect some people are wondering whether I need to be either a little bit crazy or a very smart scam. One thing I can always tell about someone who thinks about astrology that way is that he has never had a competent astrologer interpret his birth certificate. If this were the case, the question of belief in astrology would be similar to the question of the existence of air. I don't get annoyed when I hear that kind of perspective because most of the things people know about astrology is the crap they read in newspapers and magazines. Most publications with an astrology column use a lot of nice, funny statements to entertain their audience. When making predictions, the predictions are based at best on solar astrology. Solar astrology is based on the very limited idea that every virgin or cancer will have this experience today or this month. They assume that the individual is also the same ascending or ascending sign. In this case, I really understand why many people think astrology is a lot of nonsense.
One of the first things to understand about how astrology works is to understand the meaning of date, time and place of birth. Astrologers examine the specific mathematical positions, angles, signs and house positions to determine their place and purpose in our solar system. Every single birth is a unique cosmic event of importance that influences the world and is also influenced by the planets. Astrologers refer to all important celestial bodies as planets, although the sun and moon are actually a star or a satellite. Planets, signs and angles between them represent specific focal points and properties of the human psyche and personality. Your astrology card is a selected event (from the higher self) that sets behavioral traits, tendencies, challenges and areas of primary interest in your life in motion. The movement of the planets reflects the movement of our own inner emotional, physiological and physical evolution.
Most people know what their sun sign is. I hear people say things like; "Yes, I think I'm an Aquarius, so I'm basically very emotional and a watermark, whatever that means." Like many other comments on astrology, this is actually inaccurate. Aquarius is a permanent air sign, definitely not a watermark. The watermarks are Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces. Watermarks are inherently sensitive. They are often nurturing, creative and intuitive. They absorb the qualities and energy of the people around them. This can make them appear more emotional than other signs. They can be positive, lovingly sentimental, but sometimes too sentimental and hypersensitive.
The earth signs are Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn. Earth signs are practical by nature. They are often solid and reliable. They are less inclined to make rash decisions and tend to think about their options before taking action. On the negative side, they can be persistent and uncomfortable with changes.
The air signs are twins, Libra and Aquarius. Air signs are inherently analytical. They often like to think and explore different perspectives and perspectives. Communication and exploration of the world of ideas are where they shine. On the negative side, they can be volatile, scattered, and difficult to make decisions.
The fire signs are Aries, Leo and Sagittarius. They are naturally enthusiastic. Fire signs can be inspiring and charismatic and have a strong impact everywhere. On the negative side, they can have an opinion, be slightly upset and controlling.
What many people don't know is that all the signs of the zodiac are included in everyone's table. Even if you are not a fish, you will find a part of you in your astrological map that resembles fish. All planets in our solar system represent different elements in us. The planets are located at different signs and places in our diagrams and show where these special signs and elements are most clearly recognizable in our personality or influence us in our daily life experiences. The month you were born and you say you are is really just your sun sign. The sun is an important and remarkable influence. It represents the part of us that is bright and powerful and often the most striking for others. When we do what our sun sign tells us to do, "we join the cosmic center." This is stimulating and gives us the feeling of following the course that is right for us. The sun sign is only one of the most important planetary influences in our maps. Researching the properties of your sun sign and its effects is valuable, but there are many other aspects that need to be considered. If you explore more of your astrological chart on your own, read books or work with a competent astrologer, you will really understand the diverse influences that make up our unique properties and the way of life we go.
Jim Ventura 3-2010