Astrology for the new Minds by Dane Rudhyar

By Dane Rudhyar

Астрология и ее применения в условиях современного мира. Времена проходят и уходят, но остаются звезды и вселенная. Остаются извечные законы мироздания, влияния планет на судьбы людей. Англоязычный автор пишет о взаимоотношениях науки астрологии и мирового сообщества, каждого индивидуума, каждого человека.

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By Dane Rudhyar

Астрология и ее применения в условиях современного мира. Времена проходят и уходят, но остаются звезды и вселенная. Остаются извечные законы мироздания, влияния планет на судьбы людей. Англоязычный автор пишет о взаимоотношениях науки астрологии и мирового сообщества, каждого индивидуума, каждого человека.

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The totality of his being is there latent in seed potentiality. Then, gradually, this one whole differentiat€s into a multitude of parts. The process of differentiation occurs according to an inherent pattern which will persist. as a genetic code, irxide of every one of the billions of cells of the human organism, even though cach group oI cells developsso as to fullill the function Asttuke! ;PIin. aJ Mind it cmbodics according ta ix neaninEful ptace in tfu original uhole and is momcnt of appcar' ance in thc process of embryonic unfoldment.

Were a// people who were born with the rrrn, birth-chart as President Kennedy assassinatedat the same time? To determine whether this was so or not would obviously bc rhe t(st of the validity of a strictly evcnt-orient ed and "scientific" astrology; and I havc urged astrologers for over thirty years to unitc their efforts to male such a kind of test. rcloq n London, Paris, Tokyo, the namcs and addresses of babies born with charts so ncarly identical that no modern astrologer would havc interpreted them differently had bccn taken - and if thc livcs of these children had been followed up year aftcr year, we would havc now indisputable proofs of the validity of astrology.

It is, onc might say, a hind of map upon which a navigator marks thc path descdbed by the past advanccs. The navigator faced with a pos sible change of direction asks: Considering what I have reached, what is the ncxt steP? Neverthelcss, such a question is not only futilc but perhaps damaging, spiritually speaking, if thc individual is not willing and rcady to "perform yoga" with this ncxt step, \t'hatcvcr it be. This means, if hc is not able to rcalize lhat any step which is for hin thc ncxt stcp ahead is "right," whether socicty or religion - and the consider it good or bad, usual astrologcrs easy or hard!

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