Astrology Shows People are Individuals Not Groups

CapAquaPis

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#1 is (you guessed it) Aquarius, while it's opposite #12 Leo is the most "normie", and other weirdos in the zodiac are Scorpio...and maybe I find Pisces to be weirder than any other sign, but I've read Capricorn can be weird (I place them behind Pisces and Aquarius) like the other earth signs Taurus and Virgo.
 

david starling

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#1 is (you guessed it) Aquarius, while it's opposite #12 Leo is the most "normie", and other weirdos in the zodiac are Scorpio...and maybe I find Pisces to be weirder than any other sign, but I've read Capricorn can be weird (I place them behind Pisces and Aquarius) like the other earth signs Taurus and Virgo.

Yeah, astrological signs are like a ZOO! :lol:
 

CapAquaPis

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A list of asteroids named for places can be clues to ancestry, preferred locales to live in and anything else important for persons or inhabitants of the places they're named after. After I looked up Asteroid #4580 named Child being in my Virgo 3rd surrounded by Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and Lilith; there was a Chile (#4636) nudged in the 4th on the other side of Imum Coeli/IC in the sign of Libra in 15-16' that my chart shows it's apex bottom conjunct Pluto in 21' and to me reading this closely, Pluto has not much good came out of it (for most people from what I know and told in astrological theory).

Many DNA tests of persons of Cherokee and Native American ancestry from the southeastern US had a strong South America west of the Andes connection, but it's important to know it won't indicate (qualification to) tribal nation citizenship nor real eligibility to join the tribes, it's past mass movements back and forth across the isthmus and Caribbean islands, then came the White Europeans such as the Spaniards settled in and mixed with distant unrelated peoples in these areas 3-5 centuries ago. In astrology, the 4th house is of the mother, and Pluto is a deep secret (nothing dark to say, it's just yet to be found)...and in the middle of the 6th sign Virgo (17-18')...for an asteroid chil ends with a letter E that comes after D...my 3rd chart house is of a neighborhood, it has a Pluto-like dark moon Lilith...directly conjunct Saturn, and near a "Child" is Mars and a little further is Jupiter.

But the Cherokee and many American Indian peoples originated further inland were away from the Spanish empire and hardly any colonies in present day Georgia, the Carolinas and the Virginias towards Appalachia. And the main component of Europeans or Caucasians moved into these areas were Scots, Irish and English...the settlers who often intermarried with the locals, but any Spanish, Portuguese and Basques on the south Atlantic coasts?

And my own mother is of Cherokee descent and we found ancestors with certain surnames in our family between 1830-1900 located to Oklahoma, but my ancestors 3-4 generations ago resided in the Osage Indian Reservation in the 1890s had Indian census documents...not everyone who has any Cherokee heritage on record can just join the Cherokee Nation, and I sought indications of family history in a standard yet amateur genealogical study, as well read the tribe's official website. And my DNA tests find a 1% chance of both Black/west African, Jewish/Mid-eastern and "matched East Asian/Siberian", indicates recent ancestries from those regions. If DNA "doesn't lie" it still doesn't say "you're 100%", but "truly a...CHILD OF...CHILE".
 

CapAquaPis

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Here's the exact moment of fate for the "golden" state: the asteroid #341 California (my home state) at the time of admission or statehood in the first state capital San Jose, on Sep 9, 1850 at 12pm/ Noon local time pinpoints the namesake asteroid is in Gemini to be in the "above the but invisible by the sun's glare horizon" in the Set or 7th House.

 

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CapAquaPis

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And in relation to my ancestry and heritage, along with states, the asteroid #13688 Oklahoma is conjunct my descendant mark at 17-18' Capricorn or cusp 7th moving direct and is 10' ahead of the asteroid #california on the other side at the 6th house. In OK's statehood natal chart at 12:00pm/ noon o Nov 16, 1907 has the asteroid named for that very state in the 1st house in 8' Aquarius nearly conjunct ASC at 29' Capricorn between the sun in 25' Scorpio and moon in 13' Aries.
 

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George Devolder Santos has a similar "middle name" (or it's really a maternal or maiden name in Brazil) is one vowel different from my last name from my father's paternal ancestry in northern France, Belgium (Flanders), and southern Netherlands. Of all the 23,590 asteroid names, there isn't one with my last name. However, there are 53 IAU-recognized asteroids named Michael (with their last names of whoever discovered them respectively) - the International Astronomical Union never had a singular "Michael", but "Angel" (#1911) might as well be the plain ol' Michael. There is no "Jesus", but a "Mary", no "Gabriel" (an archangel in the Bible like Michael) but a "Gabriella". And to end this post: no "Canada" but a "Mexico" (#10806) which is at 18' Taurus on my natal chart or 11th house...in southern CA and the south/west ern US, the Mexican people, culture and history of the region can be seen, felt and heard.
 

CapAquaPis

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Transit Saturn natal sun moment: And in 2 weeks is my 43rd birthday, everyone, and I feel this year would be generally better than any other. I quit work in Jan, and Looks at chances of moving out of my area, then finding a roommate and returning to college (Jan-Mar: relaxation 99%, Apr-Jun: relocation 25%, Jul-sep: friendship 75% and oct-Dec: education 50%).
 

JUPITERASC

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individuals rely on parental sperm/egg aka 4th/10th house to even exist
individuals are interdependent
:)

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for example PSYCHOLOGICAL ASTROLOGY :)
“..To speak of a science of individual psychology is already a contradiction in terms.
It is only the collective element in the psychology of an individual
that constitutes an object for science:
for the individual is by definition something unique
that cannot be compared with anything else.
A psychologist who professes a “..scientific..” individual psychology
is simply denying individual psychology.
He exposes his individual psychology to the legitimate suspicion of being merely his own psychology.
The psychology of every individual would need its own manual
for the general manual can deal only with collective psychology..”

~CG Jung, CW 7, Two Essays in Analytical Psychology

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CapAquaPis

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In astrology, the USA's natal Pluto return is in 2022-24 (27'-28' Capricorn). Canada is founded under a Cancer sun like the USA in 1867 vs 1776, and Canada's political climate...unless geographical proximity to the USA is something to read on (attached Cancerians).
 

david starling

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In astrology, the USA's natal Pluto return is in 2022-24 (27'-28' Capricorn). Canada is founded under a Cancer sun like the USA in 1867 vs 1776, and Canada's political climate...unless geographical proximity to the USA is something to read on (attached Cancerians).


Just pointing out that not all astrologers are using the Sibly chart.
 

david starling

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The future is ours: a golden age based on Saturn is in its traditional ruler sign, a better position for it than being in an another sign except for Capricorn.



No mention of Uran:uranus:, which so many astrologers now believe is the sole domicile-ruler of :aquarius:? :sad:

Also, the ancient Greeks and Romans identified the Hebrew God with Zeus-Jupiter, not Cronos-Saturn. They would know better than these modern-era occultists, wouldn't they?
 

CapAquaPis

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Can An Aquarius politician be on the conservative side? Yes, they can: Ronald Reagan (Feb 6, 1911) is one example, another is Sarah Palin (Feb 11, 1964). And Nikki Haley (Jan 20, 1972) has a cusp with Capricorn and a Pisces moon (no birth time but the noon time chart shows a 9' Taurus ASC).

 

CapAquaPis

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Yeah, astrological signs are like a ZOO! :lol:

Aries the ram, Taurus the bull, Gemini the dogs (adjacent 2 Canis constellations), Cancer the crab, Leo the Lion, Virgo the hog (a large farm animal), Libra the hen (a maternal symbol of laying an egg), Scorpio the scorpion, Sagittarius the horse, Capricorn the goat, Aquarius the monkey (the weird yet scientific sign of humans are primates like that animal), and Pisces the fishes.
 
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