Doom & Gloom

david starling

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Matthew Perry had a tough natal chart. Really tough! The problems were in his 4th House, which had his Moon opposite Saturn, and Neptune square his Sun, all in Fixed-signs - Leo, Scorpio, and Taurus.

He did the best he could - definitely an inspired performer and a good person.
 
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Ukpoohbear

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Matthew Perry had a tough natal chart. Really tough! The problems were in his 4th House, which had his Moon opposite Saturn, and Neptune square his Sun, all in Fixed-signs - Leo, Scorpio, and Taurus.

He did the best he could - definitely an inspired performer and a good person.

Yes, from what I am seeing in the news, he is just a nice, normal dude, who had a secret dark battle that he had to fight like hand-to-hand dirty combat. It was a huge battle for him.

I’m waiting for the autopsy, because if he is clean, he won that battle, released a book to bring the darkness right into the open, and decorated his home with Batman memorabilia and called himself ‘Mattman.’

If he is clean, he won a very hard battle. If he isn’t clean, he still fought it. The publishing of the book was hugely symbolic and a big release to clean that darkness.

A nice, normal, funny dude, who fought like a warrior.
 

Humanitarian

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Thanks Passi. :) I agree that we are only given that which we can handle, including psychic gifts. Plus, life is for living, after all.
Fortunately, I have psychic abilities and intuition, but I have hypophantasia, which is kind of unfortunate to have (or maybe it was from a kind of PTSD I've experienced in my life, because when I was started to be bullied by another peers at school, I shut down my imagination and forget all of it since then, and I'm regaining a little by little from now to the end of my life).
 

Ukpoohbear

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Fortunately, I have psychic abilities and intuition, but I have hypophantasia, which is kind of unfortunate to have (or maybe it was from a kind of PTSD I've experienced in my life, because when I was started to be bullied by another peers at school, I shut down my imagination and forget all of it since then, and I'm regaining a little by little from now to the end of my life).

What does your psychic abilities and intuition tell you about me? Just being curious.
 

Humanitarian

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What does your psychic abilities and intuition tell you about me? Just being curious.
My intuition sensed that you're okay, but you need to stop the meds to be better in your life, because meds are a product of the Big Pharma and shouldn't be prescribed for you just because you have a mental illness according to the modern Western standards.
 

Ukpoohbear

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I have moved my posts about Anna Breytenbach, the animal communicator, to my 5D thread, as it is more in line with the theme of the thread there.

If you would like to read about a 5D perspective of shark energy, please refer to the latest post on this thread —

 
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Ukpoohbear

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Hey Lola, welcome to the forum :smile:

I am not that familiar with evolutionary astrology, although I have heard of it. How would you describe it?

Astrology is not my main interest (even though this is an astrology forum). I am just not the type of person who studies anything tbh, nor am I detail-oriented in general. 🙈🙊

My focus is on spiritual development and even then I do not rely on studying or reading to find more wisdom in this area.

What I do is, I am a naturally self-reflective person and believe the purpose of life is to work on personal karma and development in this area.

En entreè le Doom and Gloom thread - this thread is for when I am working through my karmic baggage and generally being bogged down by 3D matters.

I have two other threads, one is called ‘Tantra,’ which focuses on self-healing - it is where I go to show how I move beyond the 3D karmic baggage and actively heal whatever it is I need to work on.

Here is a link to the Tantra thread for your own perusal. It does not really come into its own until May ‘20 though - https://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/index.php?threads/tantra.109821/

Then, I have a 3rd thread called ‘5D inspiration!!’ - (https://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/index.php?threads/5d-inspiration.131840/
This thread is about moving beyond self-healing and living in a state of natural being.

I flip between all 3 all the time, depending on where I am at in life.

All three together, as well as helping me on my own spiritual path, I think helps to show people where to start if they want to actively work on their spiritual development.

Thanks for taking the time to read and welcome to the forum.

You are welcome to participate in any of my threads.

I would be very interested to hear more about evolutionary astrology.

🤍
 

Lolagranola

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Thank you for your welcome! Wow I would have guessed anyone interested in astrology and karma would be interested in EA but i definitely understand having 3 concurrent threads to present day consciousness. My biggest struggle has been the past in all its forms, as in I wish every time a thought, idea, or feeling surfaces from the past i would have a taser shock me to keep me focused on the Now. Nothing painful, mind you, just enough to jolt my awareness.
Hey Lola, welcome to the forum :smile:

I am not that familiar with evolutionary astrology, although I have heard of it. How would you describe it?

Astrology is not my main interest (even though this is an astrology forum). I am just not the type of person who studies anything tbh, nor am I detail-oriented in general. 🙈🙊

My focus is on spiritual development and even then I do not rely on studying or reading to find more wisdom in this area.

What I do is, I am a naturally self-reflective person and believe the purpose of life is to work on personal karma and development in this area.

En entreè le Doom and Gloom thread - this thread is for when I am working through my karmic baggage and generally being bogged down by 3D matters.

I have two other threads, one is called ‘Tantra,’ which focuses on self-healing - it is where I go to show how I move beyond the 3D karmic baggage and actively heal whatever it is I need to work on.

Here is a link to the Tantra thread for your own perusal. It does not really come into its own until May ‘20 though - https://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/index.php?threads/tantra.109821/

Then, I have a 3rd thread called ‘5D inspiration!!’ - (https://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/index.php?threads/5d-inspiration.131840/
This thread is about moving beyond self-healing and living in a state of natural being.

I flip between all 3 all the time, depending on where I am at in life.

All three together, as well as helping me on my own spiritual path, I think helps to show people where to start if they want to actively work on their spiritual development.

Thanks for taking the time to read and welcome to the forum.

You are welcome to participate in any of my threads.

I would be very interested to hear more about evolutionary astrology.

🤍
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Ukpoohbear

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I have came across EA a few years ago, and I can remember wanting to learn more about it at the time, and being recommended a book by Jeffrey Green. Is that who you have studied?

I probably incorporate some of the principles of EA without realising - like placing importance on the Node’s and believing they are indicative of past lives and where the soul is heading this life. (As opposed to thinking the South Node is just the past in this life). So yep, I probably already do some EA without realising.

You should make a thread about EA! I would love to learn more about it.

Honestly, I use this forum as a bit like a colouring book for my spiritual pursuits. I can be open here in a way I cannot in my real life, for whatever reason.

You know what thread you would love, is a thread called ‘the node and reality,’ by an old member called Rahu.

He offers a great explanation of it from the first page, describing quantum reality and how the Node’s help to ‘fix’ reality.

It probably has its basis in EA but then Rahu just takes it to a whole other level in his explanations.


If you made a thread about EA, it would help encourage those of us who are too lazy to study *cough* 🙊🙊
 
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Ukpoohbear

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Wanna see what it looks like when a warrior fights even when he can hardly stand??

David Haye fights on with a ruptured Achilles tendon #warrior 🥊

— Bellew first notices Haye is injured and pulls a knowing face to his opponent (1min35)
— At one point, Bellew even knocks him out of the ring (5mins30)

SLUGFEST! | David Haye vs Tony Bellew | Fight Highlights (6mins29)



— 5 years later in 2023, Bellew, who is now retired and currently participating in a UK reality TV programme, is asked about winning his infamous fight with the legendary David Haye, Bellew says yes, even though he won, Haye was still the better fighter -
‘Even though I won, saying I am the better fighter is like saying Wrexham is a better team than Liverpool or Manchester United.’
(Ie minor league v’s major league football)

 
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Ukpoohbear

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In the above clip where Bellew is discussing winning against the legendary boxer Haye, he mentions how they get on great, but in the lead up to the fight, Bellew wound Haye up a lot.

You can see in this clip, Haye losing his cool, and throwing a quick punch at Bellew during their stand off. Bellew then mouths back at him, ‘are we punching now, are we punching now?’

You can see Haye look at the camera (00:39secs), this is because he knows he has lost his cool in front of the cameras.


All the best fighters know that the fight starts before you get in the ring - just think of the war of words fighters like Muhammad Ali used. Conor McGregor is another one who uses this tactic, although he also does it to generate business for his fights.

But as soon as you wind someone up, and you have got inside their head, the fight is already won.

I guess that makes Haye’s fighting spirit even better - he was in lots of pain with his Achilles Heel tendon, you can see it on his face, and had been wound up before the fight even started, yet he still has the focus and determination to continue the fight.

Seeing Haye get punched out of the ring, is a bit like seeing an elderly lion, having ruled over his Serengeti all his life, being killed by a hyena.

Oh how the mighty do fall. But do not feel so bad for Haye - Bellew was also humiliated in the last fight of his professional career, when he lost against Usyk.

What is the moral of the story?

Well, besides the obvious, that pride comes before a fall, I would like to use a quote from Bellew when he lost against Usyk -

When Bellew is asked by a reporter what happens now he has just fought and lost his last professional fight of his career, Bellew replies that ‘Tony Bellew is now dead, I am now Anthony Bellew…I became Tony Bellew to impress my Father…I may be a multimillionaire but I don’t care, I have lost and it is the end of my world.’ (1min44)


And therein lies the rub - that all fighter’s are fighting their own ego - and eventually, once the fight has been beaten out of them, all they want is peace.

This is why a true warrior is tired of fighting. But at first it is hard to let go of it, so they usually have to lose before they learn the lesson of peace.

It reminds me a bit about my own fight with my boss when I was working from home. I received an intuitive message from my Maine Coon that the whole stressful situation was really about the issue I have with my Father.

When I knew I was not being treated fairly at work, I could have just cut my losses and found a new job, except I didn’t. I ignored the advice from my cat (I tend to ignore advice in general), and I chose to prove something to somebody who represented my Dad psychologically.

This is why I did not walk away. I wanted to prove I could be wanted by my Father and, like how all long campaigns of war usually end; I had the fight knocked out of me.

This is what life and 3D shiz is all about - having the ego knocked out of us so we may surrender to the universe.
 
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Ukpoohbear

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Being punched out of the ring was not enough for Haye to be humbled. Apparently his ex-wife ‘cleaned him out’ during their divorce and he needed the money. Fighting for the money is a sure fire way to lose! (Unless you are starving and desperate).

Maybe that is why Haye fought like a warrior, cos he genuinely did need the money, but also, let’s not underestimate the determination of a fighter - you can see how much pain Haye is in during his first fight with Bellew, but the focus and determination to fight on was very Leonine.

Even in the rematch with Bellew, Haye was even more injured than he was the first fight, but he still chose to fight.

In Bellew’s final fight of his professional career, he was willing to fight to the death, and got up at the 6 second mark after being knocked down, but it was the referee who called off the fight. Later, Bellew credited the referee with saving his life, and was quoted as saying the next punch he received would be his last.

The resolve of a fighter is very impressive - it goes back to the saying that ‘revenge is a dish best served cold’ - ie, the best fighter is 100% focused and therefore cannot be riled up by words or dissuaded from his path. These are good traits to have but yet, it often translates as ego, and then you are not fighting your opponent anymore, but your own ego, and here is a secret - no one has ever beaten the universe.

 

Ukpoohbear

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The greatest fighter in history, Miyamoto Musashi, even had issues with his Dad - I am pretty sure he was exiled from his own village, or left of his own accord, due to restrictions from his Father.

Musashi was skilled, and psychic, enough never to lose a fight (or it would have meant his death) - but he still had the ego knocked out of him, and chose to spend his final days in solitude writing, ‘The Book of 5 Rings.’

I do not know enough about Musashi, just what I remember learning from a few years ago, but you get the gist - a wise warrior seeks peace.

 

Ukpoohbear

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It is late here now, but next I will discuss what makes a fighter the crème de la crème - things like psychic ability, an early experience/brush with death, and being favoured by God/favourable fixed stars.

Also, why Teddy, my Ragdoll cat, is one of the bravest warriors I know.
 
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