Remember that every planet represented in your chart, was once a god or goddess in his or her own right.
Instead of fearing loss of meaning as did our forefathers, post-moderns fear loss of touch with reality. Makes perfect sense in today’s world where entertainment, information, and communication technologies provide experiences more intense – and gratifying – than RL or ‘real life’.
Not only has post humanism made redundant our most fundamental assumption that God is superior to man but also that man is in turn superior to nature. This leaves nothing left but nature and the funny thing is that the distinctions were all manmade in the first place.
When dealing with this energy, it pays to remember that in the Judeo-Christian religion, the first gift from God was the Garden of Eden
It is in air houses (3rd, 7th, and the 11th), that you manifest your ideas even if you are often disappointed when they don’t accord with ‘reality’.
What I’m going to do is split every single one of them into two halves (regarding Zeus’ solution to the overambitious human androgynies, Plato, Symposium) Astrological oppositions are dynamic. They pull us off balance to catch our attention. They force growth. They require psychological projection, conflict & challenge, confrontation, and finally (hopefully) compromise. Apparently there is no way to avoid oppositions. Like castor oil, they are good for us – like them or not. Oppositions divide the circle of unity by two. God created man in his own image; the God-image lodged in a creature of earth is both a…