January 2, 2013

Time or in other words DEATH.
Things that have a limit. Things that come to an end.
Pluto and Saturn things.

Capricorn and Scorpio.

X marks the spot.

The limit? LIMITLESS.

What could be more encompassing, more limitless than death? Enduring.

This week:

To make your mark, play by the rules. Innovative technique? Yes. Can you make your own rules for Mars in Aquarius? I think NOT! Big Upped as it is by Jupiter in Gemini, Mars, my man, you are still out-numbered.

“The difference between the Ancient concept of the nature of the world and the new concept is, in the Ancient concept the world has a framework of Time, and in the New concept, a framework of space.

To look at the Ancient concept through the spectacles of the New concept is to see absurdity: seas that never were, worlds claimed to have fallen to pieces and been created newly, a congeries of unlocatable Trees, Islands, Mountains, and Maelstroms. But the Ancients were not fools with a poor sense of direction; it was only not Orbis-Terrae that they were looking at. When they spoke of the four corners of the earth, they meant of course no physical places; they meant four repeated situations of the world equidistant in time from one another: they meant the solstices and the equinoxes. When the spoke of seven spheres, they did not mean (until Ptolemy foolishly tried to take their portrait) seven spheres in space; they meant those circles described in Time by the motions of the stars: Time that roomy seven-story mountain where Dante’s sinners wait for Eternity. When Plato tells of a river girdling the earth, which is somewhere (so the New would have it) up in the air and somewhere also in the middle of the earth, he means by that river the same river Heraclitus could never step in twice. Just as a lamp waved in darkness creates a figure in the air, which remains for as long as the lamp repeats it’s motion exactly, so the universe retains it’s shape by repetition: the universe is Time’s body. And how will we perceive this body, and how operate on it? Not by the means we perceive extension, relation, color, form -the qualities of Space. Not by measurement and exploration. No: but by the means we perceive duration and repetition and change: by Memory.”- John Crowley, Little, Big

Where and for that matter WHO were you six and seven years ago, and what was going down?
Saturn and Pluto want to know.

Bit of a bumpy ride,
as Uranus still squares the whole Pluto in Capricorn shindig.
You know what to do: Be a grown-up.
If you’re confused, consult an expert.
Steady in those boots.

Happy New Year!!!

XoX

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