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Why did the Astrologer's bring Gold, Frankincense and Myrrrh?
All of these were costly gifts.To show that Jesus was a king. Sometimes the gold is said to symbolize virtue, frankincense prayer, and myrrh suffering.


Perhaps the only thing God wanted us to know was the why. If we examine that, than we can uncover the secret message of the Astrologers.


Here is Matthew’s account. “Astrologers from the east came to Jerusalem and asked, 'Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star in the east and have come to worship him'" (2:1-2, ). "On coming to the house, they saw the child with his mother Mary, and they bowed down and worshiped him. Then they opened their treasures and presented him with gifts of gold and of incense and of myrrh” (2:11).



The why is clear: “[we] come to worship him.” This is one of the first accounts of anyone worshipping Jesus. God could have sent the greatest musicians, the most talented artists or the most articulate writers to set the first example of what it looks like to worship Jesus—but He didn't. He sent three Astrologers who are known as the wise men that gave Him gifts of great value.

Their worship of Christ cost them something. They gave treasures of tremendous value that were no doubt a great sacrifice. The three wise men ( Astrologers) may be the first time in scripture that a monetary sacrifice is seen as an act of worship, but the theme is repeated throughout the Gospel.

 This is why the three wise men came bearing valuable gifts and gave them as an act of worship. This is why the Kingdom of Heaven is like a man spending all he has on a costly pearl. This is why “it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God" (Matthew 19:24This is the secret of the wise men (Astrologers)

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The Wise Men




God's Sacred Language.

The universe is never silent concerning the nature of our God. All creation speaks of God's greatness,
love,and mercy. When studied carefully. God left us a powerful testimony of his existence, long before he inspired men to write his truth in the Bible, but God's message was lost when sin entered the world and God's truth became corrupted by man, this is why God gives us a warning in Revelation 22 v 18-21.

All creation speaks of God to those who know God's sacred language. The most intriguing of these testimonies in creation shows God's constant, unchanging nature can be found on earth.
Every mountain, tree, plant, animal and human being attests to God's greatness- but only when viewed spiritually with God's allegorical language. God has never been silent. It all started when God fashioned all the stars, moons, and planets in our universe. God first "wrote" this testimony into his creation using his sacred language where men cannot pervert.

Augusta 1627
First edition, a unique copy with two extra suites of the star maps in counterproof, including one suite before the addition of the constellation figures. This magnificent atlas is a combination of two issues, together with an even rarer suite of counterproof maps in the second, finished state. Schiller's great Christianised star atlas was a part of the Counter-Reformation attempt to de-paganise the heavens and substitute Judeo-Christian imagery believed to be conducive to piety.


 For example, the twelve zodiacal signs became the twelve apostles.
Schiller's maps are distinguished by a good graduation of stellar magnitudes, three new stars, and several newly discovered nebulae. 'While some of these, seen through newly invented telescopes, have since proven to be ghosts, others proved true.

The most interesting of these objects is the great nebula in Andromeda, now known as M31. This object, clearly visible to the naked eye, was not reported by Ptolemy, and it was apparently not noticed by any of the medieval or Renaissance astronomers whose work followed from his. Nor, surprisingly, was it noted by Tycho Brahe, even though he had observed a great many non-Ptolemaic stars ...
'In considering Schiller's atlas it is convenient to distinguish between the scientific content and the religious orientation.

Viewed simply as a collection of celestial maps it was the best available until Hevelius published his atlas 60 years later. Schiller was not himself an astronomer, but a cartographer who used the observations of others. His atlas, essentially a revision of Bayer's Uranometria, was based on the latest - the most extensive and the most accurate - astronomical information. Among his authorities were Tycho Brahe, Franciscus Pissero's revision of Tycho's catalogue as published by Grienberger, Galileo's telescopic observations of the Pleiades, and Simon Marius' telescopic observations of the Andromeda nebula.

 Kepler, it must be remembered, had not yet issued the expanded version of Tycho's catalogue and it was not apparent that he would ever do so (in fact, the Tabulae Rudolphinae appeared in the same year, 1627).
'Schiller's atlas was the outcome of the ideas and work of several men, extending over a quarter of a century. The need for a new atlas, with revised star positions and constellations, was discussed by Bayer, Schiller, and Raymond Minderer, a doctor of medicine also at Augsburg. Bayer then undertook the astronomical revisions while Schiller, in correspondence with the Jesuits Johann Baptist Cysat, Paul Guldin, and Matthew Rader, converted the Greco-Roman constellations into Judeo-Christian ones. Wilhelm Schickard, the astronomer and professor of Oriental languages at Tübingen, supplied the Arabic letters and star and constellation names.


 Kaspar Schecks positioned the stars on the copper plates, Johann Mathias Kager drew the constellation figures, and Lucas Kilian engraved them. Finally Jacob Bartsch [Kepler's son-in-law] supplied various astronomical tables and, after Schiller's death, supervised publication' (Warner).
One issue of this atlas is known to contain only the counterproofs to the plates, before the addition of the Christian figures and with varying amounts of text, under the title Coelum stellatum Christianum concavum, i.e. depicting the stars as seen from the earth, rather than as projected onto a celestial globe.

 Copies with both suites of plates are rare: the Honeyman copy, for example, contained only the first suite. Our copy has the original maps printed directly from the copperplates, a suite thereof printed as counterproofs, and counterproofs 'avant l'image'; before the Christian and other figures had been added. The counterproof suite with the figures is unrecorded. The counterproof images show the stars as we see them (geocentric); the original impressions show the sky as imagined on a stellar globe (external).

The geocentric series of maps 'were struck after the coordinates, stars, and star identifications had been engraved, but before the constellation figures had been added. The production of a counterproof map is a two-step process; after the paper print is made from the engraved copper plate, and while the ink is still wet, a second print is made from the first one. This second print, or counterproof, thus resembles the original metal plate, and both of these are mirror images of the first paper print' (Warner).
The two hemispheres, here each bound in thrice (once as counterproof 'avant l'image') were republished by Cellarius in 1660. In that printing they reached wider circulation, than did Schiller's first edition.



The position of Mars in a woman's chart will tell you about her ideal man.

If a woman's Mars is in Aries, she is often attracted to a strong, independent, and forthright man, perhaps athletic in appearance, but more importantly, direct, confident, and straightforward. Ultra sensitive or shy men are not usually the most attractive men to these women, as they tend to prefer strong and independent types. Men who don't beat around the bush, who state what they want, and who display a certain level of confidence are ideal.


If a woman's Mars is in Taurus, she is often attracted to men who possess a stable, secure, and very strong aura about them. Meat-and-potatoes types are definitely these women's "cup of tea". Unstable, overly intellectual, or "flaky" men are simply not what these women would define "real men". These women like their men simple to please, traditionally masculine,  and strong. They often are especially turned on by men who work with their hands (as opposed to "suits"), men who can build things, and sexually simple but sensual men.



If a woman's Mars is in Gemini, intelligence ranks very high on her list of ideal qualities in a man. An athletic or tomboyish look, sometimes on the slim side, is often preferred. Wittiness is a huge turn-on for these women. Versatility, liveliness, and playfulness are qualities in men that these women find devastatingly attractive. They're not especially impressed with what they might consider "less evolved" types of men who display more typical, or traditional, masculine traits. Depressed or boring types won't do. These women want to be stimulated, and their brains are their biggest sexual organs.


If a woman's Mars is in Cancer, she may prefer the "sensitive type" of man who is compassionate, sensitive, and protective. These women sometimes are attracted to temperamental sorts, finding moodiness in a man rather intriguing. They want men with "layers" (remember Shrek?). However, they are not into the type of "sensitive" men that Mars in Pisces women are most attracted to. In fact, they generally want men who are strong and traditionally masculine. Generally, these women prefer men who are physically strong or at least look that way--remember that they love to feel protected.


If a woman's Mars is in Leo, she may be attracted to men who are proud, outgoing, and perhaps even gaudy. Aloofness or a dignified, confident aura is usually appealing to these women. These women are more inclined to enjoy men who possess a rather bold, confident manner--and style! Playfulness and fun are very important to these women, and the uptight type or overly serious man is not going to do it for them. Stinginess is a huge turn-off, too. These women want their men generous, dignified, and confident. These women do want their men to be a little possessive and jealous, as it makes them feel more alive, wanted, and attractive.


If a woman's Mars is in Virgo, an appealing man to her is usually an understated, rather simple appearance without too much glamour or ostentatiousness. Healthy, natural, and clean are most appealing physical qualities, and a certain amount of intelligence as well as a modest, sensible approach to life. These women are turned off by men who are overly confident, bossy, or unkind. They are looking for perceptive men who are kind and helpful. Competency is important, but these women aren't big on men who are show-offs. A quietly competent aura is best.


If a woman's Mars is in Libra, she is most attracted to men with understated charm, good manners, and a pleasing and balanced  appearance. Coarseness or rudeness is often a turn-off, and so is independence! These women prefer men who are cooperative and who are willing to please. Romantic men are a huge turn-on, and these women truly appreciate classy sorts.


If a woman's Mars is in Scorpio, a complicated, dark, powerful, and passionate man is the biggest turn-on. This woman wants a man with "layers"--one who has depth and is complicated enough to intrigue her. She is especially attracted to men who ooze sensuality, who are perhaps a little dark and mysterious (even brooding), and who have a magnetic and powerful aura. Intensity is a turn-on for these women--flighty, superficial, and indifferent types need not apply! These women generally do enjoy a certain level of possessiveness in a man


If a woman's Mars is in Sagittarius, she is most impressed with a man who is playful, fun, intelligent, and honest. An energetic, happy aura in a man is often most appealing. Joking around is a must, and a huge turn-on for these women! They want to have a good time, and to have long conversations with their men as well. They are not especially attracted to men who are overly groomed, generally don't like too much "decoration" or men who put on airs.  A tousled, casual appearance is just fine with these women--in fact, it's preferred.  A man's status is not of huge interest to these women--they are looking for honest guys whose egos aren't tied up in what they do for a living or how they look.


If a woman's Mars is in Capricorn, she is generally attracted to competent men, perhaps well-established business types or otherwise accomplished men. She doesn't necessarily go for status, but she does want a man who has an aura of competence about him. She is looking for a certain level of security, and is unimpressed with men who are drifters, irresponsible, or flighty. A stable, directed man with goals in life and a responsible, even serious, attitude to life is important to this woman.


If a woman's Mars is in Aquarius, she can be most impressed by men who are somewhat unconventional or kooky in their choice of clothes and overall style. She wants an interesting man. He can certainly be handsome, but boring? Hardly. A man with a brain is important, although she won't be attracted to a brainy type. Somebody who is perceptive, a little unconventional, and perhaps somewhat aloof is most attractive. Rigid or boring types simply won't do.


If a woman's Mars is in Pisces, she is often impressed with a man who is sensitive, compassionate, and intriguingly complicated. Lacking in confidence is just fine, and so is a touch of helplessness. A "starving artist" type may be appealing, or a man who is downtrodden in some way, as these women enjoy men who have a distinct soft side. The strong, independent types are not turn-ons for these women.








Great new's for the fixed signs, Leo, Scorpio, Aquarius and Taurus.
Saturn will be leaving Scorpio on December 24, 2014  releasing all the stress for the past two years and bringing your ambitions and positive energy back into your personal, business and family life.

Say good by to Saturn in Scorpio on December 24th 2014.
This shift will not be final yet. We will have a taste of what Saturn in Sagittarius is all about, before it retrogrades back to Scorpio from June the 14, 2015 to September 17, 2015, when it will finally leave Scorpio for good. From there onwards, there is no going back, and it’s us who will decide if we want to stand this test and be victorious. So if you somehow chose to delay this process, which I can perfectly understand because I felt uncomfortable with it myself, keep in mind this can't be delayed any longer. Even if it’s mentally and physically exhausting right now, it will allow us to embrace our Future wholeheartedly, and enjoy the shift of Energy that will manifest with Saturn’s entrance into the Sign of Sagittarius, where the planet will transit until the year 2017.  Whatever it is that holds us back, makes us feel out of control, we can still benefit from the chance to overcome it in order to develop our depth of character, our strength and our integrity.

Upon Saturn’s transition into Sagittarius, first intermittently, and then permanently, these possibilities will fade, and we'll be presented with a new ground for challenge: Truth, Freedom, open-mindedness, spirituality, higher education, long-distance travel, distance in general. In a similar way Saturn “dissected” Scorpio, we'll see this playing out with Sagittarian themes and keywords. The tests we'll be called to endure, the restrictions we'll face, will revolve around these fields. It’s a period in time that will not be devoid of struggle although nowhere as heavy as the Saturn in Scorpio years.
Our Truth, Life values and will are always bound to clash against someone else’s as long as we don't embrace the fact that everyone incarnates on this Journey with a different purpose, a different vision, a different Life Path. Our understanding of others depends on how broad is our vision and viewpoint, how much we're prone to see the Big Picture, the Forest instead of the trees, the proverbial Moon instead of the finger, the extent to which we realize that ‘isms’ are shaping our mind set: ethnocentrism, anthropocentrism, speciesism, sexism, or just plain egocentrism.
 The coherence and integrity of our Life principles and Higher Mind will play a pivotal role in all of this. After working on the foundations of our being, we'll get to build (or test) a Higher structure and Wisdom in ourselves, and there will be little to no room for lies, embellishments or hype, not about the facts, nor about our self-image or others’, because Truth will out.
This is even more relevant in the Light of the fact that Saturn in Sagittarius will be squaring Neptune in Pisces in 2015/2016: this makes for a reality check, one that will most likely wipe away delusions and pathological idealism. We'll be called to pursue Truth first and foremost instead of a construct, to seek for the real and to find Beauty in it.
Education and economic recession will come to the forefront – we've already seen dramatic changes in the field of higher education in several countries. The one I come from, Italy, serves as the perfect example, with an ongoing debate around Universities, funding and reforms, and a number of regulations that were not always well-received by the masses. Access to this very area of Life will probably become restricted and harder to achieve.
It is said in esoteric teaching that Saturn is the planet of discipleship. “A disciple is someone who learns by surrendering to Reality, who studies minute by minute everything that Saturn has to teach, be it bitter or sweet. True disciples attempt to control their own nature, that they may influence Saturn’s influence on themselves.”
      Saturn is like the stern look of the guru. When you look into his eyes you see the mirror of your folly and your human creation. There can be fear in this experience, but if you let the transmutable fires of Saturn’s gaze go through you, you will come out the other side free from the substance and the habit patterns that got you there in the first place.
      Saturn dries you up and parches your thirst to where you feel nothing-that is nothing that is not real. When karma is due, the swiftness of how it descends, sometimes with great terror, just like what happened to King Vikramaditya, can be devastating. That is why Saturn is viewed with fear and terror. However, he delivers nothing that hasn't been ordered. He is simply the messenger and harbinger of our fate. When he comes to our door, time is up and putting off the inevitable of paying for our mistakes is not possible. However, once the karma is balanced and time is served, there is wonderful relief to the soul.
     The key is to learn the lesson that Saturn teaches and not repeat the behavior. It is imperative that you get wise and become conscious of the fact that what is delivered to your doorstep can't be blamed on anyone else, that you have to vomit that part of yourself out of the subconscious like Saturn did and face it. It is said- what is not brought to the conscious mind is lived out as fate.

 People with personal planets, or Ascendant, in Mutable signs (Sagittarius of course, also Gemini, Virgo and Pisces) will be strongly impacted by this transit and will experience it more intensely because of the square/opposition pattern Saturn is going to form to their planets and angles. These people more than others, are going to experience the feeling of some kind of force threatening to crush them – it will seem so only as soon as you consciously resist. Letting go of old patterns and questioning yourself, trying to internalize everything said above, will bring the best results.
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Look for your rising sign to determine the house that governs Sagittarius.
 Aries Rising
Saturn in the 9th: This is where we glue down our philosophy of life, make it practical and workable, and walk as we talk. The thing to watch out for is avoiding a real look at underlying insecurities where we justify using our belief system as a club to beat others. Also, while we nail down our premises, we need to keep an open mind in order to allow new truths to replace what is outmoded. Saturn wants fixity and abhors ruffling change. Saturn wants authority over all dominions as an antidote to fear. That's why the world is full of Jerry Falwells and worse, Marshall Apple whites. The danger of chaining the 9th house to an unmoveable post is dogmatism and self-righteousness. It may make you feel safe in the short term, but will cheat you out of peak experiences and intellectual flexibility. All ideas, no matter how precious they are to us, must be able to stand the scrutiny of light and reality. Open mindedness is the antidote to self-tyranny.

Taurus Rising
Saturn in the 8th: This is the test of tolerance. Saturn brings people into your life where you are challenged to maintain your own values and at the same time respect the diversity of others. The keenest test for marrieds and co-habitors is throwing their assets in the pot and learning how to SHARE. Most divorces and break ups are over money. Few people have sat down with pen and paper and written out their true feelings about money and handed it to their spouse to read. Therefore, when it comes to money and sex, two of the chief button pushers in American society, everyone is walking around in the dark sending out ciphers and providing no decoders. Oh, let's just love each other and GUESS. Saturn in the 8th is coming to terms with one's values, stating them, and cultivating the willingness to accept another's. It is sharing with no expectation of return. It is giving because you have it to give. Love isn't 50-50. It's 100-100. One day at a time.

 Gemini Rising

Saturn in the seventh: This one's fun. It's the culmination of the 14 year period that started when Saturn was in your 1st house. If the 1st house is about you, the 7th house is about "them." Here your relationships are tested and some fall by the wayside because they become more trouble than they are worth. Sometimes Saturn in the 7th brings increasing demands from others around us. That includes co-workers who may be sloughing off on the job leaving you to pick up the slack. There will be confrontations with others, and what you will learn is how to confront and what you will or will not put up with. If your boundaries issues haven't been squared away, the test will be harder because there is that much more inner work to be done. Even if you are a master at human relations, encounters are likely to be challenging. It is advisable at this time to lay low and not get dragged into any lawsuits. Your opponent is liable to be very nasty, and your attorney might be nastier. Keep a sharp eye out!

 Cancer Rising

Saturn in the sixth: When Saturn transited my 6th house I contacted my own basic distrust of life and decided to order my universe. I color coded all my clothing in the closet and alphabetized my canned goods in the kitchen cabinets. I sprayed Lysol on the soles of my shoes and nearly sent the cat to the cleaners. I fought with all authority figures (employers) because they weren't doing it my way and arranged to either quit or get fired from as many jobs as I could. It was important for me to have unpaid bills and no food so I could worry about that rather than my own basic self-distrust and performance anxiety in the world of work. Once I learned the difference between responsibility to oneself and consciously addressed my fear of not being "perfect," I was able to let go and build my own self-trust. Does any of this sound familiar? Saturn's transit through the 6th can be an extreme time of balancing health, work, and devising daily routines that allow one to rest and re-energize. Compulsive activity won't make a heavy Saturn go away. Accepting responsibility and creating healthy boundaries will.

 Leo Rising

Saturn in the fifth: Issues of the playful child within come up for review. Saturn transiting the 5th can feel like the cat got in the sand box and you're the one that sat in it. Self-consciousness about free-form dancing, letting loose, and joking in social situations may find you suddenly tongue tied. Spontaneity may go into self-blocking because the "I" keeps judging how you might be coming across. Saturn in the 5th is a lesson in refusing to hide your light under a bushel. Saturn's restrictive nature in the 5th can lead to writer's block, insecurity around romance, and adolescent feelings of wanting to run and hide. The way to handle this is to stick with people you feel safest with and practice letting go. If invited to a social gathering where there will be new people, take an old friend along for support. If self-judgment arises around creativity, give yourself permission to do 10 artistic things badly and laugh at them!

 Virgo Rising

Saturn in the fourth: This is root chakra business and Saturn's call is to work on one's feeling of basic safety and security. There can be unresolved issues with the family of origin to be processed, particularly with the father, but it may also depend on which parent wielded the authority. The underpinnings have to do with a parent who may have been over critical, unavailable, undemonstrative, and unappreciative. If this rings a bell, meditations while sitting on the ground (outdoors) can help channel earth energy and provide a soothing base from which to review family business. Also, sitting on the floor in one's home, and rubbing the lower back vigorously can also help relieve the lower back tension that arises when we don't feel "supported" or capable of supporting ourselves. Working at becoming your own authority and trusting your own counsel helps separate the real you from old ideas that pervade consciousness. You do more things right than you ever do wrong, so make a list of your successes and start owning them.

 Libra Rising

Saturn in the third: Saturn here can bring on questions of one's native intelligence and ability to communicate clearly. Often times Saturn's transit through the 3rd house is a call to return to school in order to acquire more skills that will pay off in earning power and professional respect later on. Sometimes issues from childhood pop up. If parents kept children under too tight a reign, the adult may feel fearful about risk taking, and exploring one's own natural curiosity. If there were difficulties in early schooling or in communicating with one's peers during that developmental phase, Saturn might be calling you back to unearth those memories and reassess your true capacity to connect with others. Remember, you are allowed to take your time when formulating your thoughts. Others will listen to you and respond if you demonstrate respect and caring for your own voice first.

 Scorpio Rising

Saturn in the second: Limitations, restrictions, and feelings of inadequacy are related to feelings of self-worth and inadequacy around money and values. The lesson here is to separate oneself from one's stuff and one's earning power in order to reassess what value lies behind being a decent human being. In a bankrupt culture where we love things and use people, feeling good about being alive becomes a bigger challenge. Turn on the TV and watch commercials for 15 minutes. L'oreal says, "I'm worth it," if you wash out the gray, Slim Fast will get you thin, and you're not an aging baby boomer if you swap the wagon for a 4 wheel drive. Madison Avenue is paid to push our buttons. Turn yours off!

 Sagittarius Rising

Saturn in the first: Saturn transiting the first is like having a mean guy sitting on your shoulder telling you that who you are and what you do is just not good enough. This transit can feel like a loss of confidence and faith in oneself with a sense that others are judging and/or criticizing you. The fact is, its all projection. The first thing that Saturn is asking you to do is tighten your boundaries and get clear on self-acceptance. The second thing is to remember is that nobody judges you as harshly as you judge yourself. Getting in touch with low self-esteem and working on a realistic self-appraisal usually curtails the projections. Saturn here can often be extreme in its demands for perfection. If there are things you can do to sharpen up your self-image, do them.

 Capricorn Rising

Saturn in the 12th: Saturn's walk through the 12th house can be a time of breaking down old structures. We may experience this as a need to retreat in order to cultivate a creative space for reflection and reorientation. Behaviors and methods of operating in the world that don't work will become apparent to us now. This is not the time to panic and pursue quick fixes. Taking stock of the previous 14 year cycle is what's needed in order to fortify us so that we can begin the next wheel. When Saturn reaches the Ascendant in 2 1/2 years, much of what has lain dormant in the psyche will have become conscious if we've done our self-work well. While Saturn transits the 12th, our physical energy might be low. Friends from the "old days" might call and say, "Hey, you've changed! We don't see you out anymore!" This may cause some of us anxiety. Society imposes a lot of "should's" as well as "prescriptions" for what is supposedly "normal." Plenty of it has more to do with our being convenient to others than any real assessment of how well we are coping. With Saturn in the 12th we have an opportunity to visit and honor parts of ourselves that are often sacrificed in the struggle to "make it" in the world of technomania. Saturn in the 12th asks us to be patient while sifting through the trash so that we may discover our treasure. The process is humbling. It is another chance to meet with the Divine.

 Aquarius Rising

Saturn in the 11th: I like what Harold Seaports has to say about Saturn it the 1st better than what I've been thinking, so here it is: "....will usually have to work hard at developing those qualities which earns a person the 'good friend' label....some may be too rigid and formal with a friend, as if they are afraid of putting a foot wrong or being taken advantage of by an associate. Sometimes friends can be felt as a burden, restriction or responsibility. They may worry that a friend will reject or criticize them; or they, themselves might be the ones who feel cold and judgmental at times. They sometimes choose older or more mature associates who have had greater experience in this area and can serve as models or teachers of how to behave. Or Saturn in the 1st may suffer a sense of loneliness and isolation because of a lack of companions. However, if difficulties are faced and examined, Saturn in this house has the capacity for loyal and enduring friendships." Nuff said!

 Pisces Rising

Saturn in the 10th: This is the culmination of the Saturn cycle as begun from the 1st house. Here professional authority, accolades, and rewards for hard work and dedication reach the harvest point. If the last 9 cycles of Saturn were negotiated well, here is the gold metal moment for a job well done. Professionally, and in terms of one's reputation, integrity becomes the final judge. If negative energies have not been dealt with, and if sound principles of fair play have not been integrated, this is the moment when Saturn was in Nixon's 10th house, he resigned the Presidency because he had failed to maintain his honor. Another danger to avoid is to make sure you don't start identifying with your own press and sacrifice who you are for who "they" say you are. The 9th house and the 10th are social and political houses, too. Those houses rule judges, lawyers and politicians. A word to the wise -- lead. Don't follow.





The Eiffel Tower has been lit up in the colors of the South African flag in memory of Nelson Mandela.


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