My reading this morning was for a Gemini rising like myself “Wow”, I thought. “How lucky could I be? This reading will almost be like talking to myself.” But it was better than that. You see, we all know that the more readings you do, the better you get at it because you always learn something new. Well today was one of those days. I think everybody who is familiar with my work knows that I use Wolfgang Dobereiner’s Munich Rhythm Theory system.
As I was preparing for my appointment last night I noticed an aspect that I couldn’t quite get a handle on. It was Uranus conjunct Pluto. Uranus = extreme sudden change and Pluto=control, power or even something as explosive as a bomb, I just couldn’t’ grasp or integrate to my satisfaction how my client experienced these two energies. So I referred to Dobereiner’s book Patterns of Experience in the Astrological Diagnosis and Homeopathic Treatment of Illnesses and found his observations:
“The birth itself is preceded by a delusion or deception: The mother, in love with someone other than the child’s father, must carry and give birth to the child of someone “unloved”
“(In extremely rare cases) the husband or partner is deceived into believing that he is the child’s father; the mother suffers from (possibly repressed) feelings of guilt.” “(frequently) the mother feels that she has been deceived in her hopes and ideals by the child’s father, and must carry and give birth to the child of a man she (perhaps subconsciously) rejects”.
So I asked my client if he could relate to these observations. He was blown away. He told me that there was always a question in his mind as to whether he was his father’s son. His father has been dead for many years, and his mother lives in another country. Both mother and son enjoy an open and honest relationship. He plans to ask his mother about his suspicions on his next visit,
It is not enough to simply read Dobereiner’s observations, it is how he breaks down and reaches the kind of conclusions such as the one example I gave here. It is just one of many why I consider Wolfgang Dobereiner to have been one of the greatest minds in astrology.
I came across the name
Dave Hickey among commentary at a politically-slanted website recently. Hickey, I learned, is an art critic. I was impressed by the quote of his offered by a commenter, and later wondered if Mr Hickey might be a subject for Arty Farty Friday. It’d make a change from posting about actual painters, photographers, illustrators etc.
An arty farty conundrum: which natal chart best suits American painter George Luks? Wikipedia has his date of birth as 13 August 1867, but other websites state 13 August 1866. Checking at Ancestry.com, the genealogy website, the question remains without a clear answer. The artist’s gravestone states 1866, as does a passport application, yet there is still confusion; several documents state
In the gaming world, big news doesn’t normally make mainstream radar. Pokemon Go is a huge exception. Pokemon Go is an electronic game played on handheld devices, mainly mobile phones. It’s a game that uses your device’s camera to meld travel in mundane reality with catching virtual monsters as they appear on your screen. The real life element is highly engaging, but it’s the blend of fantasy and reality that holds the interest. Remind you of any astrological trends in the collective?(…)
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“It is difficult for some people to accept that love is a choice. This seems to run counter to the generally accepted theory of romantic love which expounds that love is inborn and as such requires no more than to accept it.”
–Leo Buscaglia, Pisces Ceres conjunct the nadir sextile Taurus Venus in the 6th house
The Ceres of mythology is the the archetype of the earth mother. The asteroid Ceres represents both our nurturing needs and how we nurture others. It is how we were nurtured as children and how we nurture our own children, as well as all the others we choose to interact with. The expression of Ceres energies ranges from controlling to permissive, cold to overbearing, just as human caregivers do. Just because it’s mama energy does not necessarily mean “warm and fuzzy.”
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As I had written back in November 2015 (when the Bataclan terrorist attack occured in Paris) the latest horoscope of France (the one of the “Fifth Republic”) is currently receiving some very hard and deeply transformative astrological influences! These influences are mainly stemming out from transiting Pluto, which is steadily hovering in our days over the Tenth House of France’s Fifth Republic chart (6 October 1958, 18:30, Paris) opposing its Moon in Cancer and squaring its Sun in Libra! These are some tremendous cosmic influences!
Not to mention the fact that transiting Uranus is conjuncting the Ascendant of the Fifth Republic, it is squaring its Moon and has been for a considerable amount of time opposing its Libra Sun!
But that’s not all! In modern France’s.”natal” chart (the one of the First Republic, 22 September 1792) there is an extremely flammable T-Square between Uranus in 22 degrees Leo – Mars in 26 degrees Scorpio and Pluto in 22 degrees Aquarius (all planets occupying angular Houses and two of them lying over the cusps!). No doubt this T-square has been triggered by the recent long retrograde/ stationary/direct course of bellicose Mars in Scorpio’s third decan! Actually, both transiting Moon and Mars (in Scorpio) were triggering on the day of the fatal Nice’s attack (July 14, 2016) that ultra flammable T-Square in France’s “natal” chart!