Astrology – A Universal Map For Experience

The elderly lived their lives from dawn to dusk with a few moments of Universal dawn and dusk

added in for good measure. Living was primitive, tough, dangerous, and unforgiving. People had

to make the most of daylight, which varied from season to season. When the natural light

disappeared, the people were practically dark, with the exception of the bonfires when the fire

was subdued. A human being can be alone, with a rudimentary companion or family, or with

a clan as society evolved. The night was so fraught with danger that security would have largely

entwined their minds. There was no television, radio, videos, cell phones, telephones, and only occasional neighbors, you imagine. A new kid on the block probably meant that someone invaded

his area and wanted what he had for the price he had to pay. You didn’t travel far from home

when darkness began. So what did you have? Maybe keep the fire going, which is important for

keeping lions, tigers, and bears at bay, as well as general heat. Perhaps the men of your tribe

alternated guard so that each could rest. I’m sure family and social activities took some time,

time that could be saved for sheer survival. Sounds pretty bleak, no, but it’s pretty true.

splendor

What else could you have had? Primitive peoples had the night sky in all its splendor. During the

day, the sun outshined every other possible light source, so there really wasn’t much to see. During

the night, the brightness of the panorama that we call sky must have been beautiful with a little interruption of its pristine beauty. That was how humanity was night after night. The first thing

to be recognized in the sky would be position and movement, probably in relation to the seasonal changes at first, but gradually a texture and richness developed that eventually developed images

and symbols and activity markers. Those with affiliations with such abstract principles began to recognize repetitions and cycles that could help them live life. A wealth of information began to

evolve, memories were created and passed on to later generations, word of mouth was eventually

coded, drawn as pictures, or recorded as writing developed. This amount of information observed, collected and transmitted through the ages is what we call astrology.

agricultural cycles

Astrology at its simplest level is a study of cycles. Our lives are full of cycles from seasonal rhythm,

tides, agricultural cycles, animal husbandry, birth and death, to modern cycles we take for granted,

days and weeks of work, financial markets and more. cycle of astrology is paradise for ancient

people. , that is, what they could see with their own eyes, and as technology developed larger

cycles of the

cosmos itself. Astrology, as it is commonly practiced, is primarily, but not entirely, a study of the rhythms of our solar system or at least the part that ancient humans could see. The ancients noted

the difference between “fixed” lights (stars), “moving” lights (planets), and the ever-changing shape

of our Moon. The old man saw images in the sky and we call them constellations. The constellations reveal entire myths and stories. Psychologist / psychiatrist Carl Yung saw astrology as the psychology

of the elderly. The old man adored life and the bright sun and the equally great swaying moon. Some

of the earliest drawings and artifacts are the lunar cycle and the Venus cycle.

You May Also Like

Comments

Leave a Comment