Astrology, despite its modern “pop psychology” status, is an ancient study, primarily of cycles, dating back in its origins to the times of early humans, who probably saw themselves as a mere specks on the backdrop of the incomprehensible world that they lived in. Marking these cycles was probably an effort to understand the world that they lived in, and a way of following what was happening, as they sought to find meaning in what might otherwise appear to be, a series of random events.
The outer planets, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, are, among other things, slow moving governors of the collective, their cycles speaking of the zeitgeist of the moment, the flavour of the times, and whose rhythms dictate the rise and fall of empires, the creation of political movements and the tidal idiosyncrasies of fashions and fads.
One of the most significant outer planet meetings in living memory…
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