“Are you into astrology?”

“I’m really into astrology.”

I’m really into astrology… cats, pizza, skateboards, and most mysticism (Christianity, Taoism, the Bible, Tarot, I Ching, etc.,) The thing with all these old practices is that they are a question to a bigger puzzle; questions locked in time that we get to ask ourselves, make an answer and apply to our lives today. Astrology on the other hand is still happening, the planets keep moving, and we keep finding more. However, we continue to use guidelines and rules that were written thousands of years ago. The tips and tricks we use were written by people that had a fraction of a fraction of the data we have access to today. Rules made by people that thought the entire universe rotated around their tiny worlds. It was based in superstition, “good and bad,” “benefic and malefic.”

Astrology can be a science:

sci·​ence ˈsī-ən(t)s. : knowledge or a system of knowledge covering general truths or the operation of general laws especially as obtained and tested through the scientific method and concerned with the physical world and its phenomena.

We can look at what is happening, take the infinite data modern technology has granted us, identify patterns, check where the stars were, see where they’re going and work from there.

Like I said, I’m REALLY into astrology. When my buddy the week before the covid shutdown said to me, “C’mon, Jon, why weren’t any astrologers able to predict this?” … he had a point. True believers in astrology have seen a forecast or two or more come to fruition. We know it has merit, but it missed the shutdown of our world.

What I’m hoping to do here is share a couple new tools I’ve found for the astrology tool bench. I’m not looking to just tell you in a tik tok, or an insta-story, but write it out with historical data, highlighting patterns that coincide with planetary alignments, make some forecasts, then we can watch together. Maybe I’m trying to start a new community of minds.. or just get some attention for Uranus on my midheaven.

…Let’s see…

– The Thing From Uranus


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