Astrology in a Quantum Mechanics World  ·  July 20, 2024, 9:33 GMT
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Astrology in a Quantum Mechanics World

Who are we? Where do we come from? What should we do? and where are we going?...

Why are we here? Well, that is the ultimate question isn't it?

What is reality?

What I thought was unreal now for me seems to be somehow more real that what I think to be real, which seems now to be more unreal.

These are addressing questions on how the world feels to us, on whether there's a difference between the way the world feels to us and the way the world really is.

Quantum physics

The more you look at quantum physics, the more mysterious and wonderous it becomes.

Quantum physics, succintly speaking, is a physics of possibilities.

Have you ever thought about what thoughts are made of?

Every age, every generation has its built preconceptions: that the world is flat, that the world is round, etc. There're a hidden things, things we take for granted, that may or not be true. Of course, in their vast majority, historically, these things aren't true. So, presumably, if history is any guide, much of what we take for granted about the world, simply isn't true. But we're locked into these precepts, not even knowing it, often. That's a paradox.

Modern materialism strips people of the need to feel responsible. And often enough so does religion. But I think that if you take quantum mechanics seriously, it puts the responsibility square in your lap, and it doesn't give answers that are clear-cut and comforting. It says: yes, the world is a very big place, it's very mysterious, mechanism is not the answer, but I'm not gonna tell you what the answer is; because you're old enough to decide for yourselves.

Asking yourselves these deeper questions, what pops up is a new way of seeing the world, it brings in a breath of fresh air, it makes life more joyful. The real trick to life is not to be in the know, but be in the mystery.

The above paragraphs are quotes from the revealing movie called "What the Bleep Do We Know". A must see for anyone of us.

At times, if one replaces "quantum physics" with "astrology", it's the same. The same perspective on the world. The same philosophy. The same view on determinism. They, physicists, use formulas and theories. We, astrologers, use the astrological symbols.

Look for this movie and watch it ! - if you didn't do it so far... Then we'll talk.

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