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Medical Astrology / Re: Rulerships
« Last post by Al Rescha on Today at 02:44:52 PM »
Thanks Halina,
I am looking for planetary rulerships.
General Astrology Discussion / Re: Secondary progressions of mars
« Last post by amymaddalozzo on Today at 01:13:52 PM »
Halina  hades is the god of death and underworld.  Does that mean I am going to die?  Not sure what Hades means   AMY
Medical Astrology / Re: Rulerships
« Last post by Halina on Today at 09:29:56 AM »
       5 Ruling asteroids for chemotherapy are Ehrlich, Goodman, Hertz, Connors, can find the ephemeris for them here:      just type in the asteroid you want and the date.    Presto a month long ephemeris.
General Astrology Discussion / Re: Secondary progressions of mars
« Last post by Halina on Today at 09:12:06 AM »
Hi Amy, I see loss of money and some Hades on your September trip.    Please look at the triwheel and interpret other things.   Mercury, Jupiter, 9th House, Sagittarius and Odysseus rule long trips.
General Astrology Discussion / Re: Rulerships
« Last post by All Fire on May 12, 2021, 09:52:40 PM »

Pluto. Chemotherapy kills in order to heal. Both killing and healing are correlated to Pluto, as is the cycle of death and regeneration.

Richard Tarnas:

Pluto represents primordial energy, the universal life force that arises from the depths and impels all evolution and transformation. Pluto represents the archetypal principle of power, of elemental force, of primal libido and aggression, and closely corresponds to Freud’s notion of the id. It is the Dionysian energy of life, the Serpent power, the Kundalini. It compels, empowers, over- whelms, transforms; it destroys and resurrects. Pluto governs the instincts and the forces of nature. It rules the biological processes of birth, sex, and death, and at its deepest level it involves the mystery of death and rebirth. Pluto rules upheaval, breakdown and decay, corruption, the shadows of life, but also regeneration and the purifying fire of catharsis. It reflects the archetypal Underworld—whether psychological or sociological—the dark, mysterious, and sometimes terrifying reality which lurks beneath the sur- face, beneath our ego and societal conventions and the veneer of civiliza- tion, the fiery depths beneath the surface that are periodically unleashed with great destructive and transformative force. Many of the problematic instincts that lie deep within the human psyche, such as murderous hatred, violent jealousy, compulsive greed and lust and so forth, reflect the activity of Pluto: this is Freud’s broiling cauldron of the instincts. Pluto is visible in the elemental power of a volcanic eruption, of a devouring lion, of a war, of an orgasm, of a mother in the climactic stages of giving birth. It is present in all violent, purgatorial discharge of pent-up energies—from the Earth in an earthquake, or from the human body and psyche in powerful therapeutic release or a psychotic break. Pluto is in many ways the polar complement of Neptune—together they represent the great polarities of nature and spirit, instinct and imagination, the chthonic and the transcendent, the volcanic and the oceanic. And, like Neptune, Pluto is unfathomable.
In terms of the archetypal birth process, Pluto corresponds to the stage in which one is being powerfully expelled from within the mother’s body in a life-and-death struggle of bloody biology, when the erotic and aggressive in- stincts are being aroused to the utmost, and a fiery destructive catharsis and transformation is in process. Pluto thus has two sides, both expressed in the processes of Nature: a destructive side, personified as the Devouring Mother or the destructive aspect of Kali, and a creative side, personified as Shakti, the universal divine energy that impels all life and evolution. Pluto is what Schopenhauer and Nietzsche called the universal Will—at one level seeming to reflect only blind, driving instinct for predatory and reproductive power, at another possessing all the evolutionary intelligence of Nature, the divine Shakti. Pluto is Nature itself, life eternally transforming and overcoming it- self in an immense evolutionary dynamic.

General Astrology Discussion / Rulerships
« Last post by Al Rescha on May 12, 2021, 02:21:46 PM »
Thanks all for any answers.  I'd like to know what others think the ruling planet of chemotherapy is.
Medical Astrology / Rulerships
« Last post by Al Rescha on May 12, 2021, 02:21:07 PM »
Thanks all for any answers.  I'd like to know what others think the ruling planet of chemotherapy is.
Horary Astrology / Rulerships
« Last post by Al Rescha on May 12, 2021, 02:20:14 PM »
Thanks all for any answers.  I'd like to know what others think the ruling planet of chemotherapy is.
General Astrology Discussion / Re: Secondary progressions of mars
« Last post by amymaddalozzo on May 12, 2021, 02:30:47 AM »
Halina   You have some dates wrong   I moved my mother to Florida in January 2006--she died November 2, 2009.  In december 2019, I took a trip to India which I really enjoyed.  My husband did die April 25, 1998.  Do you see me taking a trip soon?  I was suppose to go to turkey in  may 2020-trip cancelled,  rescheduled to may 15,2021, cancelled 2 weeks before departure.  Now I am scheduled for september 17, 2021.  Is this coming off?  Does 2022 look better for travel?  Thanks   amy
General Astrology Discussion / Why Is Charli D’Amelio So Damn Famous?
« Last post by adol33 on May 12, 2021, 02:10:36 AM »
I bet a lot of us (metoo until today) have never even heard of her, shows you the times are a-changin. To help you feel really old, check out her renegade dancing on Youtube for how Uranus seems to be starting to replace the Neptunian dances of the past couple of millennia.

Charli D’Amelio, born 1 May 2004.  115 million Tik Tok followers in a year and a half. Fame on steroids. In the following article, they say 'Ultimately, we don’t know for sure whether algorithms are the only (or even the most important) factor to Charli D’Amelio’s success.'

Astrologers might sing along, 'I get by with a little help from the planets'. In her chart, the following close aspects within a degree:

Sun conjunct Node, sextile Mars.
Mercury sextile Venus, almost exact.
Jupiter sextile Saturn, within a sixtieth of a degree.
Mercury trine Pluto.

Tell me she's not going to be super rich! Already making $4 million a year. Makes me feel a bit done-in with my Sun trine Mars, 2.5 degrees - as one astrologer told me long ago, 'that's the only thing saving you'. (and Mars falling in stay-at-home Cancer)

Downside, Venus opposite Pluto and Jupiter opposite Uranus, she's already saying that public criticism is hard to cope with.

Posted on professor Brian Cox's wife's site (him 3 March 1968, says 'all astrologers are mad'). Told her he's in for a major rift in a relationship in July when Uranus squares his Venus. No response of course. All I try to do is plant the seeds. Not claiming anything, but you noticed Dawkins let up on astrology. Warned him repeatedly that if he's wrong, he will go down in history as the the guy who made such a big noise about astrology being unfounded and turning out to be so wrong, something his offspring would have to live with forever. Worst case, my +-20 emails to him must have irritated the hell out of him.  Ok, then, irritated the bejesus out of him.

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