Uranus and the Age of Aquarius

Steve Kinsman By Steve Kinsman, 21st Nov 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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The times are definitely changing, but, in truth, how close are we to the Age of Aquarius?

Uranus and the Age of Aquarius

My dear wikinut friend Lewis Adler, in his article The Age of Aquarius Beckons, has written most eloquently about a vision he has experienced regarding the transition from the Piscean Age to the Aquarian Age. I would like to elaborate a bit on what he has written by describing the signs that are now in place astrologically that point to and validate Lewis' vision.

When Uranus, the planet of awakening, enlightenment, discovery, shock and disruption, formed a long term conjunction (1962-69) to Pluto, the planet of death, destruction, annihilation, rebirth, regeneration and transformation, the seed was sown for the birth of a new world paradigm. Now, almost fifty years later, Uranus and Pluto are forming a square aspect which will last through 2016. What was seeded at the time of the conjunction now demands concrete action (the square), and from now on nothing will remain the same. The plutocracy (Pluto) is being disrupted, shocked and shaken by Uranus, and this time the movement of rebellion and the revolutionary impulses of the people will not be co-opted by the established order the way they were after the 1960's. As Lewis wrote: "Bring it on!"

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Age Of Aquarius, Aquarius, Astrology, Horoscope, Lewis Adler, Star Signs, Steve Kinsman, Uranus, Zodiac, Zodiac Signs

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
I live in California with my wife Carol, where I have been practicing professional astrology for 35 years. I write articles on astrology, but I enjoy writing on a variety of other subjects as well..

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author avatar Retired
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

Extraordinary!Thanks again.

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

Thank you savaswriter. I appreciate your comment.

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author avatar Retired
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

Excellent, Steve! bring it on, Uranus
:)

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author avatar LOVERME
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

When you say excellent you must be one step ahead of the one u say excells May i have your views you may also post in my poem the LAST ONE HERE
DREAMZY INTERNET

That is my means of communication with this wikinuts world tanx

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

Yes indeed rama devi. Thank you.

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author avatar LOVERME
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

I'm glad people still read you.
But the Zodiac is over 2000 years in age ,
the planets you post were non existent then,
meaning not visible to the naked eye ..hence so,...
Has there been any recent stats- coordination of worldy data ,i know little of
PLEASE DO educate me sir Thanks

as aWORLDS LEADING LIBRA THE WORLD IS AT YOUR CALL and FEET

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

Planets are discovered when humanity is ready to embody within its consciousness the archetypal meaning of the planet. For instance, Uranus, the planet of revolution, social experimentation and individualism, was discovered in 1781 at the time of the American and French revolutions. The rise of industrialism at that time also allowed people to break free. Before Uranus, Saturn was the guardian of the outer gate - it was the 'ring pass not.' If my father was a cobbler, then I became a cobbler - there was no way out.

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author avatar LOVERME
23rd Nov 2011 (#)

Great conceptual visualisation , appropriate and justifies a starrrrrr for you.... Real logic that's was what I was seeking.
Planet Saturn is the farthest planet , visible to the naked eye and determines ISOLATION AND RARE OCCURRENCE OF INCIDENTS ,UNUSUAL ,YET PERTINENT.... LIKE EARNING A Nobel,always going against the tide and death , subjects of life extraordinaire . Thanks FRIEND Steve...

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author avatar M G Singh
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

Excellent Steve. You are fantastic. Have you worked out the future of Obama. The next election?

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

We would need to know the horoscope of his opponent to be able to predict who will win the election.

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author avatar LOVERME
23rd Nov 2011 (#)

That thou sayest deep

Makes me swim
In waters deeper
And
From the soil, they call earth,
Emerge as a vines creeper
And
Amongst roses, breed myself
And
Bow to you for your courtesy
And
Help...

Let me now vow, to never shirk
To compose poems,
That upon human psyche shall work...

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author avatar LOVERME
23rd Nov 2011 (#)

kindly delete IGNORE ERROR OF POSTING HERE..

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author avatar Retired
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

Thanks for the plug and the kind words Steve. We live in exciting times...

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

And thank you Lewis.

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

For example, if you worked out the future of Obama, how much information on him would you need?

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

I believe we can only work out one's future in a general sense. I can't tell you you're going to fall down and break your leg next Tuesday, but I might notice that Mars, which rules recklessness and impulse, is 'doing a number' on you next Tuesday, in which case you might indeed fall and break your leg if your action is too reckless or impulsive. Yet, I can only tell you that 'something of the nature of Mars' is in the offing for that day, and then tell you what the nature of Mars is.

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author avatar LOVERME
23rd Nov 2011 (#)

Date ,day, place and time of birth ,actual physical... allwould be needed...

He was born on 4th August 1961 LEO
time NK
PLACE QUESTIONABLE.???

Sorry for the intrusion Steve...

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author avatar Buzz
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

The movement of the stars and planets as affecting human and world affairs is really intriguing and fascinating, Steve.

Thanks for sharing.

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

Thank you Buzz.

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author avatar Vernazoa
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

What an eye and brain opener.
This is a dynamite article!

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
22nd Nov 2011 (#)

Thank you Vernazoa. What a nice comment.

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author avatar LOVERME
23rd Nov 2011 (#)

Wrong comment has been posted some technical error I shall re-post again ...

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
24th Nov 2011 (#)


Nice discussion is going on here.

I understand western astrology accommodated the newly discovered planets into the zodiac well and accordingly the calculations on predictions are revised and updated, whereas in Indian astrology there is no such thing as altering the classical way of future-telling.


Steve, can I ask you one thing about astrology?

According to Indian Astrology, future of incidents such as 'occupy' can be predicted as per the date and time of their 'birth' (ie. origination). Is it the same in Western astrology that you follow?
Hope to see an article by you on this question.

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
24th Nov 2011 (#)

Yes, Western Astrology notes the moment of birth of anything, be it a person, a nation, a business, or a movement. Unfortunately, I don't think anyone knows the moment of birth of the Occupy movement, unless it was at the beginning of the 'Arab Spring', when the young man in Tunisia immolated itself. Everything seemed to flow from that moment.

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author avatar Jules Castillo
3rd Dec 2011 (#)

interesting....but i can't relate to the topic that much.....i wish there were Philippine astrology.....lol

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
3rd Dec 2011 (#)

Thanks for commenting, cowboynextdoor.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
5th Dec 2011 (#)

thanks Steve...

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
5th Dec 2011 (#)

You're welcome, Delicia, and thank you.

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author avatar Songbird B
27th Dec 2011 (#)

Fascinating as always Steve..

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
27th Dec 2011 (#)

Thank you Songbird.

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