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Re: The Moon in Dignity and Debility

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Originally Posted by ALRESCHA View Post

......but, I just can't help but count the Moon as the soul,
and I am just not happy with counting a Taurus soul as exalted,
when I don't see that it has much in common with the divine.

Then again, it's about the value system.
If your value systems 'counts the Moon as the soul'
then certainly a Taurus Moon by your definition
definitely does indeed 'have much in common with the divine'

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And also, I am not saying that the myth made them decide they should count Taurus Moon exalted,
obviously, the holy mother cow myth is not Western in origin,
but I wanted to say that the impression that I get is that that's what it comes to, that the situation reminds me of the holy cow myth.
When we get to the bottom of it, staying relaxed whatever happens comes from their need to find peace in concrete fruits of the world,
and I believe that the exalted soul vibrates on a level much higher than that.
Not giving a flying **** unless it jeopardizes my food and all other thing that the 2nd house stands for,
avoiding connection to the people, the abstract, how is that exalted, come on?
Bob Dylan ~ a taurus moon ~ is most definitely strongly 'connected to the people'
and thus
defeats your argument
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