Posts Tagged ‘lunar eclipse’
Many great minds have been fascinated by the mysterious depth and magical accuracy of astrology. Sir Isaac Newton (perhaps one of the greatest intellects to have graced our planet) once had the following exchange with Edmund Halley:
Edmund Halley: “Why do you believe in Astrology?”
Sir Isaac Newton: “I have studied the subject, Mr. Halley. You have not!”
“The Study of the Sun, the Moon, stars, eclipses, day and night, began well before recorded history. There are reindeer bones and tusks of mammoths from the Ice Age that have notches carved on them picturing the phases of the Moon. These bones and tusks are dated between 25,000 and 10,000 B.C., and some scientists place them as long ago as 32,000 B.C.!” Read the rest of this entry »
Coupled with the major Uranian transits coinciding with the recent lunar and solar eclipse, the United States, as a Cancer nation and its people are in for lots of change.
Many of these changes are long overdue and welcomed, others will not be.
Think how different our world is from the pre-revolutionary or civil war days, because of progressive thinking and technology. Change is here and it will continue to happen.
People have to accept the change and work together to fix the problems as well as work to change their outmoded thinking. Things are going to change with or without them.
With Uranus involved, the quicker the changes are adapted to, the easier things will go. The more resistance is put up by the beliefs and habit patterns of the past, the more difficult it will be. Read the rest of this entry »