Re: Karma and the cosmos
Dec 19, 1996 05:50 AM
by Ann E. Bermingham
> From: Thoa Tran <email@example.com>
> As far as symbology, what could the letter "M" possibly mean? That I
> to eat M&Ms? I hope it doesn't mean masochist. ...<snip>
> Presently, I'm surrounded by Tauruses. Being a restless Leo, that's
> settled me down quite a bit. I used to strive for some far off concept,
> but now I'm more of a homey type. The bad part of that is that sometimes
> feel like running off and joining the Peace Corp.
Taurus is very down-to-earth. Perhaps someone that knew numerology
would be able to come up with some info about the letter "M" and its
> I was looking through the Philosophy section of a bookstore today, and
> skimmed through a book on reasoning. The author was trying to debunk
> of the astrological concepts. He said that our calendar is based on
> ancient time, and that the planets and their alignments have changed
> a bit since that time. That means that we are supposed to deduct 11 days
> from each astrological sign to get our true sign. . .
That issue's been discussed for some time now. All I can say is that
my own work in astrology has never failed me in being able to see
patterns in my life. I do my own with a computer program.
I had a certain amount skepticism about astrology, too. Then I had
a reading with one of the most well-known astrologers in Chicago.
He started to tell me my past and childhood and what it was like,
without ever having talked to me before. I was hooked.
Forget the stuff in the newspaper or magazines. The only accurate
astrological advice you can get is by going to a known professional
astrologer or doing it yourself, which can take years of study. Esoteric
astrology is even deeper and more complicated.
Hope this helps,
-Ann E. Bermingham
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