Karma is the Law of Cause and Effect. Karma means the intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual (effect). The concept of Karma fascinated me when I was young. It wasn’t called karma in the Christian tradition I was raised in. I never actually heard the term ‘Karma’ until
Astrology Basics Introduction This 6-week webinar series provides an introduction to the complex world of astrology and is suitable for beginners, new students, or anyone with a general interest in the topic. [...]
What is important is that we open the channel to the Divine/God/ IO, and that we work hard to both enlarge and keep open that channel. One way of doing that is through Nature, and our connection to the planet. We are a part of the planet, made from and fed by it. In time, each of us will return to it and be reabsorbed by it. Our physical self will no longer exist, and yet it will have become a part of the planet, as it was before it appeared. In so doing we will be connected to all those who have passed and all those yet to be formed from it. There is no physical separation, either past, present, or future. We arise from our mother, the earth, walk upon and with her, and then return to be with and within her once more....read more.
Saturn: God of Time
In mythology Saturn was known as the Greek God Kronos (Chronos, Cronus), the God of Time. Mythical Saturn’s family structure is quite complex, but quite fascinating if you have an interest in such things. For our purposes however, what is most significant is what Saturn represents. The word “chronology” has its origins in Kronos, and for Saturn, reflects the organization or structure of time. Thus, many references to the qualities and characteristics of this planet have a relationship to things which are time-bound and organized....Read more