The universe has given us a shared language in astrology
I recently went to see a planetarium show at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. It was a show I had seen before, about the birth of the cosmos and the history of astronomy. In the past, I had found it to be visually lovely and rather entertaining. But this time, I was more so affected by the narrative content of the piece. In particular, I was struck by the fact that ancient civilizations like the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians saw astrology to be the same as astronomy. The zodiac was established and used to study the night sky but was also used as a tool for how to live one’s best life. It was all essentially a uniform science that we, over time, have created a separation for. Astronomy has become considered true science while astrology just a charming and, to some, silly ideology. And, it’s a shame really. Because something rooted in such human history, as well as in nature, shouldn’t be looked down upon because we have entered into a world ruled by technology. Our relationship with the natural world should be our most important. And if the universe has given us a shared language in astrology, then we should all take an interest in it so we can each better understand our own personal nature.
There is a powerful scent of “what is the bigger picture for my life” in the air for all of us right now
As I have spent the past few days deeply pondering all of this, I was intrigued to find that Pluto, the God of all things profound, and Mercury, the communicator, were meeting up for a conjunction in Capricorn, the sign of serious ambition and goal-attainment. That means, in astrological terms, that it all makes more sense that I would be immersed in grand thoughts about the cosmos and the meaning of it all. It would also make sense why I spent yesterday morning on a call with my Capricorn friend, who wanted to discuss the deeper meanings of his romantic life. And also why a group of my friends and I got together last night to start organizing an action plan on how we were going to accomplish our big goals for the year. This is some serious life realness we have going on right now! There is a powerful scent of “what is the bigger picture for my life” in the air for all of us right now, so we all must take a big ass inhale and breathe it in.