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i'm wondering... has anyone played with the chakra system diagram showing natal chakra activation thats linked to the astrologyweekly home page? i don't really know what exactly to think of this concept. anyone know how this formula is calculated? i get some of it: like my second house corresponding to my root chakra... that makes sense. but i can't make sense of the throat chakra, which it says are ruled by planets in my seventh and ninth houses. ninth, ok, but seventh????? anyone have any feeling on validly from personal experience/reflection?
Have you read the article that goes with it:
This chakra diagram has nothing to do with your houses, it takes in consideration only the planets. Besides, maybe you noticed, your birth location is not required for calculations.
Think at this diagram as an equal houses North Node on the MC domification system of your natal chart.
Thank you! No, I had not seen that page. It helped. Forgive me for possibly being redundant, but does this diagram imply that our North Node /South Node axis exists as the central axis of our Divinity? Our central "WHERE WE GROW FROM, TO"?
Do you know, is this chakra diagram as such, a well agreed upon system? Or is it a newer way of reorganizing astrological information?
Thanks for your response,
First, this system is new, I figured it out a couple of years ago.
I think that the nodal axis is a special evolutionary path, related to the Divine.
If you are a Christian, you may correlate it somehow with Jesus' birth of Spirit and Matter, that is of Holy Spirit and of Virgin Mary. Analogically, this is similar with the Moon's Nodes, they represent the intersection of the Sun-Earth rotation plane (spirit) and the Moon-Earth rotation plane (matter).
The nodes represent therefore the reason the spirit incarnates this time, the reason of our current life.
Jesus' life was a symbol for all existence. As a Son of God and as God himself at the same time, this couldn't represent less.
In astrology, we see this symbolism reflected in many ways:
- the 12 apostles = the 12 zodiacal signs, 12 types of human experiences, all leading to the Divinity
- the 4 evangelists that transmitted Jesus' teachings (the 4 gospels represent the basis of the New Testament and of Christianity) - are associated with the 4 fixed signs of the zodiac
- two important events in Jesus life before all biblical events - the visit at the Temple at the age of twelve and the hard test of spiritual maturity - fastening in the desert and overcoming of temptations - are related to the first Jupiter return (occurring at age 12) and the first Saturn return (age 30).
In oriental spirituality, the nodal axis correlates with the subtle energetical channels running through the spine upwards.
OH! Very cool. And interesting. Thanks for your contribution! And the Steiner quote is worth committing to.
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