People who don’t like astrology but do like me, always wind up asking me the same thing: How can a person as smart as you believe that planets have any impact on our lives? And I am always utterly baffled by this.
And I ask them where they think the line is. Just exactly where is the line between a person… you or me, and another person, or for that matter a planet in the sky?
See, I don’t understand. Because most people would agree that you can have a feeling… you can be in love with someone who is half way around the world. And those feelings travel. That person feels right there in the room with you. There is no separation at all. You are in England and they are in Africa, yet they are affecting you. Hmmm…
So the line that separates you from another entity is obviously pretty far out there. You can love across town, across the state and across the continent so why in the world would someone think they are not connected to the planets in the sky? Is it because there is a line teen feet above the earth that prevents connection? Or 20 feet out, or 100? How could that be?
And I mention this today because of the extreme situation in the sky. Six planets are clustered in Scorpio today. Think about that. Up above, all the planets are stacked up against one another. Don’t you think that matters?
See, I can never figure out how people can diss astrology, but on a day like today it’s especially unfathomable to me that anyone could think what is going in with the planets in the sky is insignificant. I just can’t see how in the world could this be? How could all this energy be concentrated out there and… nothing!
To me it’s like saying the Sun doesn’t warm your skin when it shines. It’s like saying the Sun does not affect you because it’s way up there in the sky. And I’m sorry, but to me this is completely laughable. And I just wanted to say so on a day like today when things are so intense and concentrated, like the Sun burning your skin on a 120 degree day, they beg not to be denied.Powered by Sidelines