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Some Explanatory Samples

I wanted to include some samples from Rudhyar’s book I discussed in my last post. Since I only know my own chart, I’ll give you examples from that. 307 more words


Two Levels of Love - Mars-Venus and Uranus-Neptune by Dane Rudhyar | Rudhyar Archival Project | Astrological Articles

That Neptune-pervaded love is not a feeling of (as ordinarily meant) compassion for whatever experiences suffering or deprivation. This love is an act of transfiguration, a flow of light, a song of tenderness; it is mother love as well as lover love, for it seeks to hold everything — and, of course, more particularly, the object upon which the love is then focused — in the vast openness of a consciousness for which every contact is, or tends to be, a dissolution of boundaries and an absolution for past fears, refusals or sins. 95 more words


NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your Guide to Planetary Energies for March 24 - 30, 2014, by Pam Younghans

Today’s photo: Equinox auroras over Fairbanks, Alaska, on March 21, 2014 (photo by John Chumack, posted on Spaceweather.com)

WE HAVE an active week, leading up to an activated New Moon next Sunday. 1,011 more words


On Two Levels of Love

Dane Rudhyar

Dane Rudhyar, whose birthday we celebrate tomorrow, always inspired me with awe by his astrological writing which encompassed his vast knowledge of art, music, philosophy, myth and practically all forms of spirituality. 1,195 more words


You as Archetype

“The human being who is willing and ready to be a self-actualized and truly individualized person must find no fault in what he essentially is. He essentially is a celestial archetype; he is born at a particular time and in a particular location because the all-encompassing Harmony of the universe dictated that such an archetypal solution to a particular need in the three-dimensional world of physical existence should take form as a human organism. 20 more words

Vedic Astrology

NorthPoint Astrology Journa:l Your Guide to Planetary Energies for February 24 to March 2, 2014, by Pam Younghans

Today’s photo: Auroras over Fairbanks, Alaska on February 19, 2013 (photo by Marketa S. Murray, posted on Spaceweather.com)

CHANGE is more than “in the air” — it is very tangible now, and demonstrated both literally and symbolically by planetary activities this week. 1,156 more words