The Fluctuating Nature of Personal Resonance

If you are new to astrology, you learn pretty quickly that there are numerous ways to interpret your own natal chart. From which Zodiacal positions you use to which house system you employ to whether or not you include the three outer planets of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto or the many asteroids floating around in our part of the universe, each system and technique can lead you to a different perspective on your birth chart. I believe that any technique can reveal a meaningful part of the puzzle that is our lives, but at the same time, I do think that there is a problem with people wanting their charts to always resonate with them on a personal level.

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A Tale of Two Zodiac

Two weeks ago, I outlined what I believed to be a very “brief” overview of the history of astrology. I gave the overall gist of the practice, not really getting into its complex inner workings. (For that I highly recommend Chris Brennan’s book, Hellenistic Astrology: The Study of Fate and Fortune, and his various websites that I referenced heavily throughout the piece.) Because of that I glossed over one very important development that has had rippling effects that can still be felt up until this day: the presence of two distinct Zodiac.

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