I said to myself I was going to take the next day or two off from writing and posting, but with today being Friday the 13th and all I said, what the hell.
I just wanted to share some things I found, and few opinions concerning the practice. I would say it was around 2009 or 2010, when I first started having an interest in Astrology. I guess it started from reading my horoscope every once in a blue moon, I don’t really know, but suddenly it became a subject I enjoyed researching and reading about.
These periods of research come and go, and I think it’s because they’re really intense and time consuming. So over the last ten or so years I’ll study, learn a little, let it go, and then get back after it.
There’s a lot of information relating to astrology on the internet, and when you add books, and magazines to the mix, there can be a ton of material to look at, and if you’re the type of person that has a real interest or passion for it, then you know just how distracted from everything else in your life you can become.
What I wanted to share with you was the uniqueness in astrology I found, and this is seriously, what I’ve come to appreciate.
There’s are so many astrologers on the internet. There are so many people reading tarot cards, and birth charts, and for an aspiring astrologer or someone who wants to do tarot readings for people, it can be intimidating and frustrating.
But, it’s the uniqueness of astrology that ultimately grants you a seat at the table. I’m not a professional of astrology, and I know there are many many people who know just as much as I do and usually more, but that’s okay.
I’m not trying to become the smartest astrologer. I realized that a vast portion of symbolism and signs are still buried in the subsconscious, and that’s for a very very specific reason.
As much as I research and study astrological material, a lot of it still hasn’t come to the surface yet, for me.
We can all go on the computer and everyone can visit the same websites and read about astrological signs, houses, alignments, and aspects. This is the basic understanding of what’s out there. It information that people already discovered and eventually shared.
Over time, the more you live your real day to day life, more of what’s hidden will come to the surface for you, if of course, that’s what you want, and that’s what I look forward to.
Astrology is very personal. Fun? Kind of, yes, but personal. I look forward to my personal interpretation of signs and symbols to surface and develop because that’s what separates astrologers. You give a reading using a system that billions of people can use and have access to, but your interpretation and understanding is completely different. At that point, astrology has come to life in you.