Astrology

20170701_211602.jpgI suppose my jumping off point into metaphysics was astrology. As an adolescent I was intrigued and completely fascinated with horoscopes and made a point to commit to memory all the signs and their characteristics, as well as their constellations.  I see a lot of astrology mentions this time of year, not surprisingly, as we are coming upon the season of prognosticators who will be predicting what may be happening in 2018. Let’s hope that it is a better year all around.

“What’s your sign?” was the classic pick up line a few decades ago. When I was learning to be a radio broadcaster,  a fellow classmate asked me if I was  a Gemini, not because of my chosen communications profession (Gemini’s ruling planet Mercury rules communication), rather she said that I was energetic and impulsive. She assumed that I was a Gemini.  She was very surprised that I was not a Gemini and insisted that I must be, the description of the Twins fit me.

However, she wasn’t  entirely wrong. Many years later during my self-education of numerology I discovered that my life path is in fact Gemini. I have learned that our life path zodiac signs are almost as influential as the zodiac sign we were born into.

Although I don’t claim to be a numerologist, or an astrologist, I did learn about numerology from the Astrologist Linda Goodman whose books ‘Star Signs’ and ‘Love Signs’ were very popular. (Her books are still sold in book stores). She says  the name we are given at birth – the letters in our name correspond to a numerical alphabet; the day in the month that we are born,  and our birth date added up as a mathematical equation. All of these numbers and our astrological sign combined represent who we are. So, are we just a group  of numbers?

For example: the day of the month that I was born is 12. 1+2=3. The number 3 corresponds to the sign of  Sagittarius. A Fire sign.

The numbers of the name I was given at birth add up to 33. 3+3=6. According to Linda Goodman the number 6 is the number assigned to the signs Libra and Taurus because they have the same ruling planet, Venus.  So, Air and /or Earth.

Next my life path numbers add up to 23. 2+3=5. The number 5 corresponds to Gemini,, an Air sign.  Gemini represents communication, movement, and intellect.

It was Edgar Cayce who said that we chose the astrological sign that we wanted to be born into for certain lessons and experiences that we wanted to have here on planet Earth.  Everything is planned meticulously: our name, date and time of birth, as well as who we choose to help us on this journey and where our experiences will take place, et cetera.

Apparently,  I chose to be born into the zodiac sign of Capricorn.

 

 

 

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Author: Leslie Sheridan

Writer and nature photographer

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