Winnowing My Search for the Holy Grail

Richard: Have you winnowed down your search for the Holy Grail on the Indian sub-continent? I love hat word winnow every since the Grammarian at Sugar Speakers Toastmasters used the word of the day in a sentence with, "I often walk over to the 'winnow' to see if it's a sunny day." 

The Law of Synchronicity has inspired me to teach myself  how to read those damn astrology 'wheels.' It became apparent that I can't call myself  an Astro-Psychometrician without knowing the mechanics of the Astro side of the Grail.

Facebook, the Platform of Synchronicity, pops up with Adrian Ross Duncan's slick video promoting the Astrology Answers website. My Grail Fool $67 money was soon parted for my first astrology lesson - read the reviews first.

Adrian Ross Duncan

"These readings are all the same, except for your name and birth date. The gist of what they convey is that an incredible transit is coming up for you, "love plays an important role in your life," and generalities that could apply to anyone. You will also get a "lucky number," despite that lucky numbers have nothing to do with astrology. It will mention singer Susan Boyle's overnight success, and eventually lead you to a page offering a full reading for $87 (three payments of $29) or $67 if you pay all at once."

"The reading is computer-generated content that will be sent to you in under a minute. Remember, this site openly says that its readings are "for entertainment only."

"I searched the site for how to get a personal reading from Adrian Ross Duncan, who had signed all of the AstrologyAnswers emails I received, but he's not listed on the "experts" team among "Mara," "Luna," and other names with beautiful avatars. Because expertise comes only with decades of experience, I would prefer a mature astrologer such as Duncan, Silverman, or Guardino, but these astrologers don't offer personal guidance through the site. Even if you are okay with settling for guidance from "experts" like Mara or Luna, you must pay to become a member."

Athen Chimenti

 All of my $67 was not lost because on YouTube you can learn anything and top billing on How to read a birth (Natal) Chart' came up with Athen Chimenti for free, no money down, no endless stream of emails advertising Chakra Pendents.

The mystery of Houses and the stuff I have in the six out of twelve that have occupants was solved by this guy - again type in anything e.g. Mars in the 12th house, and there he is atop the YouTube charts. I know you'll like him, he may talk like at least a first generation LA born Raj but his pronunciation of Whey-Dik astrology tells me he is the real deal.

Nice chart Rich, and a lot of work trying to figure out what it means - it's a circular Sumerian clay tablet. Did the Sumerians invent the wheel?

The first wheels were not used for transportation. Evidence indicates they were created to serve as potter's wheels around 3500 B.C. in Mesopotamia.

The zodiac (which is derived from the Greek word meaning "circle of animals") is believed to have developed in ancient Egypt and later adopted by the Babylonians. Early astrologers knew it took 12 lunar cycles (i.e., months) for the sun to return to its original position.

 

I noticed this glyph sandwiched between Scorpio & Sagittarius in/at your 2nd House. It was news to me because Ophiuchus shows up outside my empty 3rd and 4th houses so I cut them out, less work.  'Oh- Few-Shush' spans from November 30 to December 18 lumping it under the Scorpio constellation - Athen explains it all. Back to my Grail search: understanding the mechanics behind astrology and Robert Camp's card system.

Let's go with your Moon. Camp says the EIGHT  of Clubs is your Moon you and all the other eleven 6 of Diamonds fall in love with an 8 of Clubs person.

January 21   Capricorn-Aquarius Cusp, February 19  Aquarius-Pisces Cusp,  March 17   Pisces III, April 15  Aries III,  May 13  Taurus III,  June 11  Gemini III,  July 9  Cancer II,  August 7  Leo II,  September 5   Virgo II,  October 3  Libra II,  November 1   Scorpio I

eight of clubs EIGHT of Clubs: When the 8 of Clubs are able to clarify their objectives, they always go straight towards them and attain them. It's getting to that point of clarity, which can be a problem. Through the "power of knowledge" - the natural heritage of the 8 of Clubs - they can overcome all obstacles and attain any desire. In many ways, Eight of Clubs people are like cats that always land on their feet. Protection surrounds them in all departments of life and yet it is this very blessing that is also their biggest bugaboo. Eight of Clubs must strive for mental balance and compassion. They have very strong emotions and fixed ideas that can become overpowering. Especially when they try to dominate the lives of those they love.  http://www.metasymbology.com/

Best Marriage 

 

 

 

Enough about the EIGHT of Clubs what does Whey-Dik Man say about Moon in the 12th House?


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