Jupiter Key Words: Intuition

Jupiter’s keyword is intuition and quite often keywords for an astrological planet are linked to one another. For example, intuition is linked with luck, and being lucky has been associated with people who are generally optimistic. This is another word belonging to the Jupiterian realm and you can see how this vocabulary relates like a big astrological family tree. The definition for intuition is an instinctive knowing (without the use of the rational function) some call it a “hunch.“ The […]

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Mercury-Neptune Aspects

Neptune is the desire to go beyond the self and merge with something greater. It is the urge to lose ourselves and dissolve all boundaries, to be one with all life. Neptune breaks down barriers and can overwhelm us by flooding our conscious selves with images of the unconscious and unseen. Under Neptune, we feel that there is a deeper emotional connection to the world and we have empathy for all people no matter their class, race, or religion. Neptune […]

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Female Rivalry: Venus in Gemini

Venus in mythology was sometimes referred to as the “dark one” because of the tragedies which resulted from her passions. Aphrodite in myth would create terrible punishments when she was not the revered one, or acclaimed as the most beautiful. In society today, female rivalry is still rife. Remember the rivalry that went on between Naomi Campbell and Tyra Banks. Naomi felt threatened and jealous that another black model had entered the scene, and she turned into a super bitch. […]

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The Eiffel Tower Jump

Reichelt (alias the flying tailor) designed an overcoat to fly or float its wearer gently to the ground like the modern parachute. To demonstrate his invention he made a jump of 60 meters from the first deck of the Eiffel Tower, at that time the tallest man-made structure in the world. The parachute failed and Reichelt fell to his death. Why the crazy Jump? In his natal chart, Mars is in Gemini is opposed to Jupiter in Sagittarius. With Mars […]

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Hall of Charts

In Sylvia Browne’s spiritual communications, the psychic conveys that there is a temple called the Hall of Charts. Sylvia has actually written a basic astrology book and is interested in the subject. So, the ideas conveyed about how we “plan our charts” on the other side are fascinating, and worth some consideration. Here is what it says: 1. Francine (Spirit Guide) says that creating a chart is a very intricate process that is considered to be time-consuming even on the […]

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Virgo’s Criticism

Virgo’s criticism involves a critical evaluation and it should be more highly valued, and not merely be seen as “nit-picking” or negativity. For example, if you are about to fork out a lot of money for a product, you read the reviews first before spending the cash. If you see that there are far more negative reviews outweighing the positive, would you spend all your money? Virgo signifies how we critically assess life and this energy doesn’t believe anything at face […]

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Astrology, Karma & Transformation

Astrology, Karma and Transformation by Stephen Arroyo was published in 1978. The premise of this work is to help the reader understand how astrology can be used as a tool for enlightened awareness, emphasizing the transformative power of our astral-art. Deeply inspired by astrologer Dane Rudhyar, this book also takes a philosophical, humanistic, psychological, and even spiritual approach. The Vedas and the Shastra, two Indian scriptures so ancient that no one really knows how old they are or where those teachings […]

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How to be a Great Astrologer

How to be a Great Astrologer, (the planetary aspects explained) is written by James Braha, published in 1992. He is the author of Ancient Hindu Astrology for the Modern Western Astrologer, the most widely acclaimed text on the subject for Western readers. Also, behind the book “Astro-Logos, Language of Life,” an autobiographical account of his astrological studies in India. The author’s primary commitment is to train astrologers to use both Hindu and Western astrology in all birth chart interpretations. He practices […]

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Aspects in Astrology

Aspects in Astrology is written by Sue Tompkins, and it was first published in 1989. The book is a guide to the planets and their aspectual relationships. It is considered to be a goldmine of information regarding natal aspects. The author takes a psychological approach and each aspect delineation is given a generous overview. It is easy to glean how many studies, research, and acute observations have been put together in this book. The author discusses each planet before beginning […]

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Astrology for Lovers

Astrology For Lovers by Liz Greene, first published in 1986. Astrology for Lovers is one of the best books on the twelve zodiac signs. Liz Greene probes the psychological depths and characteristics inherent in a sign’s nature. According to the author, temperament is a priori subjective nature. And included in this colorful astrological guide, is the zodiacal Myths. But what really makes this book different is that we are also treated to the shadow side of each sign, and it […]

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