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ASTROLOGY TIP: A Clue for Reading Charts, Part II

In my last post, I drew an analogy between the mechanics of the well-known board game, Clue, and what goes in a birth-chart in Astrology. 1,084 more words

Crystal Readings from Sige'

Wednesday, July 27, 2016 —  In the center of the crystal ball is a ‘cluster’ of color and inclusions. All else in the ball is crystal clear. 28 more words

Shaman Witch

Horoscope of Paramhamsa Yogananda!

Yogananda was a Yogi and Guru who helped popularize Yoga in the West. His book Autobiography of A Yogi is considered a spiritual classic. Let’s examine his chart briefly here. 517 more words

Vedic Astrology

Deprogram perceptions

Have you ever stopped and considered just quite how much of what you value isn’t real? Not in an abstract sense – just the simple sense of non-existence. 2,153 more words

Science

Grandtrines reblogged this on Lost Dudeist Astrology and commented:

Joseph: I love your writing. Curiously, the philosophical underpinnings you describe here are the same ones that underly my concept of "SUMO" (Strategic Use of Multiple Oracles). Like the constructs you describe here, Oracles are constructs we build to understand the Universe "out there" and are only as good as the utility that we find in them (or not). If those constructs (astrology, tarot, numerology, and so forth) "work" for us then they are useful tools (and nothing more), otherwise, throw them out. But I always encourage individuals to decide for themselves based on their own personal experiences rather than the canned opinion of someone else. And, oddly, despite my own background in science, I have discovered that they often "work" for me. Thus, I have my blogs and my writings for anyone else who has had similar experiences. --GT

Learning to Transcend

Being very much still under the influence of the Big-Pattern-Breaker and The-Time-Is-Now Full Moon, there’s lots of Action going on, eh?  

The 19 July Full Moon featured a Grand Unx ( 1,833 more words

Identity

Nangiarkoothu artist doing make-up

Nangiarkoothu artist Margi Usha applying make-up before a performance in Trivandrum, Kerala.

Nangiarkoothu is a traditional art form of Kerala and it dates back to 1500 years, It features a solo actress (nangiar) who narrates the story using… 55 more words

India

What the world’s oldest calculator tells us about the Ancient Greeks' view of the Universe

By Ancient Origins

When we talk of the history of computers, most of us will refer to the evolution of the modern digital desktop PC, charting the decades-long developments by the likes of Apple and Microsoft. 786 more words

History