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Astrology is one part astronomy, one part mythology and one part philosophy, hence the contrived word: Astrolosophy. The scientific method is a valid approach for the modern world, this binary approach leaves us with a lot of unanswered questions and mysteries about ourselves, our lives and the nature of the multiverse. So thinking outside of ”the box” is encouraged.
Any editorial is simply my subjective thoughts. According to academic resources, the scientific evidence needed to support astrology as a "science" does not exist. Some scientific information can be learned by discussing the orbits of the planets, eccentricity, precession and general Earth Science.
On this show I will discuss topics with my own unique take on the stars, mythology and the archetypes behind them. This channel/station is focused on Tropical Astrology.
There are mention of other types of astrology, philosophy and on occasion, science. I strive for safe place to explore topics together in a respectful environment.
I expect to cover topics that may make many people uncomfortable at times. Challenge all of the ideas presented here with your own research.
This station is a salad bar of ideas. Only take that which has meaning to you and leave the rest at the "salad" bar.
The planet Venus is the second planet from the sun. This hot and volcanic planet takes 224 earth days to orbit the sun once. So Venus' year is 224 earth days. Like Mercury, Venus turns very slowly on her axis. It takes Venus about 240 earth days to rotate once making a year on Venus longer than its day.
Keep in mind that Venus actually spins in the oppositie direction as the majority of the planets. So if you were on Venus the sun would rise in the west and set in the east.
In Astrology/Astrolosophy, Venus is the Goddess of love in western civilization but when we make the associations with this goddess archetypes with cultures worldwide she is also a goddess of war as well.
Venus is also known as Aphrodite, Oshun, Yemanja, Ix'Chel, Juno, Hera, Isis, Astarte, Inanna and Ishtar just to name a few archetype goddesses of love and war. This is being shared in the same context that male archetypes like Mars also have a "love god" aspect to them due to the fact that each archetype has a yin and a yang side.
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Tonights topic is on the Cosmic Magician Mercury. Mercury is known by many names throughout cosmic history: Hermes, Thoth, Djehuti, Oden, Seshat or Iris.
In the science of the Planets, Mercury is the closest known planet to out sun and takes about 88 earth days to orbit the sun, so MERCURY appears to move retrograde in the sky. While the earth takes 24 hours to spin on its axis, Mercury takes nearly 59.5 days to do the same and its a much smaller planet.
In Astrology Mercury is considered the "messenger of the gods" due to the close proximity to the sun. As far as we know, civilizations such as the Romans, Greeks, Sumerians, and Egyptians revered the sun as a god and in some cases THE GOD. So naturally Mercury was considered the god's herald or messenger. This is why Hermes/Mercury and other cultural associations with Mercury had winged sandals and a helmet with wings on it.
Bear in mind that while I use the archetype of Mercury that is commonly known in the western world, I will also interject information regarding Thoth, Seshat and at times even Merlin. This is a place to discuss the archetypes and the possible lessons that can come from the insights. Remember that this is all opinion based upon my research. I am not requesting you to adjust your understanding of these concepts unless you see value in that which is presented during the show and on my site http://www.astrolosophy.net
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