Wednesday, January 02, 2008


The more I experience this the more carried away I get. All the cosmological change going on right now. Pluto approaching Capricorn, nodes changing, Jupiter changed, Mars retrograde, progressed USA Mars going retrograde.
It dawned on me why people seem to be gathered together in study making the magnitude expand so noticeably. I thought .... We're traveling into the Age of Aquarius right now, too. Pluto's going to be there next.
The digital world the homo sapien is entering I believe is re-mapping the human brain, moving away from the emotion and flow of analogue, to a drier, more mental dimension. Staccatoesque in ways. It's so very fascinating. How many people get to experience the changing of a Great Age?
I don't think you'll find many.


Anonymous Joe said...

Pluto is leaving Capricorn? Did I sleep through it or something...?

2/1/08 11:39 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Thanks joe!

2/1/08 3:40 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

You're welcome but it threw me for a second there. Rumpelstiltskin fever!

2/1/08 4:19 PM  
Blogger jm said...

The brain is fascinating. I re-read it many times and didn't see the mistake. I wonder what makes it focus on some things and completely overlook others.

2/1/08 4:40 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

Maybe you were thinking "Pluto is leaving Sag"? :o)

2/1/08 4:42 PM  
Blogger jm said...

All the zillions of circuits firing at once trying to coordinate and make systematic analysis of current reality. I don't think it happens.:-) That's why I've always been forgiving of insanity. I think there is fine fine line.

One reason I'm so interested in the re-wiring. I think the Uranus-Neptune mutual reception is doing it in prep for the new age. The NN in Aquarius I think will be surprising and intriguing for the next year and a half. I would imagine the collective mind is going to start wandering from Allah and our good bogey man, Osama. Slowly, of course.

2/1/08 4:45 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Yes, I'm sure the 1st thought was Pluto leaving Sadge and something got crossed by the time I wrote it. I guess that speaks of the change! Confusing. Boundaries. Where in the $%&?&^ am I?

2/1/08 4:47 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Plus we have no leadership now as we head into new territory. I think that's great. It's going on automatic pilot so the lack of leadership is leaving creative possibility wide open. And here the people of this country are trying to vote for a president. Ridiculous. I can't see that anyone knows where in the world he or she actually is. I like it. I've been waiting all my life for the absence of leadership. Politicians are not in the know. They shouldn't be given the job.

2/1/08 4:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jm, I do this too...I call it January dyslexia. I just posted something over at Neigh's and recommended she 'remove her head.' Oh, brain! You vex me so!

I love this image. Those trees look very much like the bohab tree (I'm spelling it wrong). Found only in Africa and Australia and is considered proof that the two continents were once linked.

3/1/08 7:26 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Chrispito, you have such a good eye. It delights me.

Very interesting about the tree being in the Southern hemisphere in light of my theory about the planet's eventual change.

3/1/08 1:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ack! More than interesting. Astute?
You're gifted with the images you choose. One of the things about Aries I love so much--an ability to hit target, again and again. (I'm Mars in Aries, you know--we always appreciate a good shot ;) )

4/1/08 12:09 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Chris, you are so right and I love it!!!! Aries and her target. You have no idea how this just hit another one in terms of a move I'm making in my life right now. Thank you my wonderful Canadian compadre.

we always appreciate a good shot ;)

At Camp Meadowbrook archery was one of my best sports. I get my spares in bowling too!

4/1/08 1:17 AM  

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