The cosmology behind astrology (part 2)
July 10, 2012
The Cosmology Behind Astrology (Part 2)
I always wondered why the constellations themselves looked nothing like their namesakes. Then I learned that the names of the stars had been given to Adam, passed down and recorded by Enoch.
Now, that this part of cosmology has been released, the epic struggle between good and evil is revealed in the skies for all to behold and ponder. It can be found in one form or another in sacred texts from the ancient world.
Sagittarius the Archer
Sagittarius depicts triumph over adversity. In this constellation, the decans are Lyre, Ayra and Draco. Lyre prepares praise for the conqueror, Ayra prepares fire for the enemy and Draco the dragon is cast down.
Capricorn the Sea Goat
Now, entering the second band of heaven, the name of the constellation Capricornus means the result of the redeemer’s suffering. It is the smallest and second faintest of the astrological star groups. Aquilla, Piscis and Dephanus show the arrow sent forth, the smitten one falling, the dead one rising.
Aquarius the Water Bearer
The decans of Aquarius are Astrellus, Pegasus and Simjus. The meanings of their names are, in order: the blessings bestowed, the blessing quickly coming, the blessor returning.
To be continued.
Towards DISCERNMENT for a better world.
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