This is yet another astrology blog. We are all experts on fate, right?
Let us make clear the mission of this blog: our mission is to explore astrological patterns associated with various current and past events and, in the process, discuss and teach the possible meanings of these patterns.
Think of this blog as more like a “school” that will teach you a bit about astrology rather than spoon-fed predictions for your individual sun sign. (i.e. We are teaching you to fish rather than giving you a fish.) That means we will frequently refer you to other resources (typically other astrology blogs) so you can make an informed decision for yourself regarding what methods work best for you.
Some of the things we do to help with this include (1) focusing on patterns with only minimal interpretation (how does it fit in YOUR situation?); (2) showing charts with aspect lines REMOVED leaving only the lines of a particular pattern; and (3) using the “Beginners” version of the chart to help you identify bodies (planets and asteroids) and the signs they inhabit.
We recommend that you read and explore the work (and results) of multiple oracles. We have a name for this method: SUMO (the Strategic Use of Multiple Oracles).
Some oracles are better suited for a particular person than others. Another lesson learned is that oracles that worked twenty years ago may no longer be suitable after someone spends twenty years growing and transforming. Typically, each oracle has something to offer, some better than others. And, where I come from, the cooks have permission to alter the recipe. Tailor the clothes to fit you, not the other way around. Finally, we don’t have “Consumer Reports” for astrologers, so this is as close as you will get to that.
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Although I have taken requests for individual charts in the past, in recent times I have found difficulty in keeping up with the requests for these. You may request one, but I cannot guarantee that I will “get to it” for you. And, because I like to use my methods to TEACH astrology, if I do actually cast and analyze a chart for you then I will often give you “homework assignments” if I do a chart analysis for you. In an ideal world you would actually research and review what I recommend you do (though few people seem conscientious enough to follow through on this).
While I like having a larger audience, the truth is that I am writing for a highly select audience. The criteria that limit who is my true audience have nothing to do with how advanced you are as an astrologer, where you live, your gender or racial characteristics, how old you are, or even whether or not we are alive at the same time. But, if you read my work and you know it “resonates” with you and your way of life, then chances are good that you are a member of this select audience.
Due to certain important aspects of my life, I must remain anonymous. But, I believe that some of my ideas are helpful to others and should be expressed. The comments of a number of you have confirmed this.
Since I have no means of accepting payment in the form of money, links to my blog and comments are appreciated (if you like my work).