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Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Pluto vs Ceres - The Legend Lives

Astrology is seeped in symbolism. This symbolism makes it easier for us to understand the various energies. At times, watching this symbolism manifest in the world is either very exciting, mind blowing or somewhat awe inspiring.

Take, for example, the story of Pluto. Pluto is the god of the underworld. He grew very lonely living with dead people. One day, he happened to see Persephone. She was light, bright, and brought joy. Her mother, Demeter, doted on her. Something in Persephone fell for Pluto, but the decided a time share would be the best solution. So, half the year, Persephone was allowed to travel back home (bringing what we now call Spring).

In the context of this story, I would like for you to read the posting below. It tells the story, not much heard of here in the US, but widely covered in Europe. Natascha Kampusch was abducted and brought to live in a dungeon by Wolfgang Priklopil. The article was written by a well respected astrologer, Adrian Duncan. He not only analyses both of their charts, but also draws the parallels of the mythology.

  • Pluto 0 - Ceres 1
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