Exegesis Volume 07 Issue #005

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From: "JG or DF"
Subject: [exegesis] Re: exegesis Digest V7 #4

Exegesis Digest Wed, 23 Jan 2002

From: "JG or DF"
Subject: [exegesis] Re: exegesis Digest V7 #4
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 18:20:50 +1300

Roger wrote:
 > >Before I can attempt to grasp some mundane significance of, say, Pluto
 > >Sagittarius, I have to individualize everything, somehow. And, the role of
 > >whatever intuition is, is always center stage. Perhaps I unconsciously
 > >remember Mozart's natal Pluto's position, but it is currently only about a
 > >degree from Mozart's natal position. While reading your comments I wondered
 > >what the world was like the last time Pluto was in Sagittarius, and it just
 > >popped into my head that I should look at Mozart's chart.

Sort of synchronicity. Hard to tell if it was your unconscious, your intuition, or maybe both. Sometimes that sort of thing happens to me, and I also wonder if I just unconsciously remembered it.

Anyway, all the
 > >young men of the American Revolution were born about that time. The
 > >Satterlee's that settled here in Elmira, NY, as wagon pushing woodsman, some
 > >as frontier missionaries and some as Indian exterminators, were like Mozart,
 > >born with Pluto in Sagittarius, or so it would seem. The inseminating
 > >Founding Fathers, like Jefferson, were probably born with Pluto in
 > >Scorpio...:)

Hmm, yes, but without checking I'd suspect Uranus or Neptune in Aquarius too. One would certainly expect frontiersmen, like explorers, to have prominent Sagittarius at birth. Mozart manifested it differently I suppose, perhaps his chart explains why. I'm inclined to believe child prodigies exhibit rare talents developed in prior lifetimes.

 > >So, did Homer have natal Pluto in Taurus, and is this why the destruction
 > >(eating) of Helios' cattle is stated by the writer as the *reason* gods
 > >torment Odysseus...:)?

Two difficult questions if not rhetorical. I read Iliad & Odyssey with the rest of the myths & legends section of the local library as a child in the '50s, so can't recall details of the stories. Most astrologers who have written extensively about generational planets seem to prefer the theory that they didn't manifest overtly until they were discovered. If it worked via the unconscious, Pluto back then might indeed erupt as destructive motivations, I dare say!



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