The Importance of Astrology in the Staged Reality-Script, Part 1

I’ve touched on this in many articles, for example in my ‘A quick look at the Media and the News,’ and in many news-stories decodes. Most of the time though, I tend to leave it out as it’s a bit too much for people to take in and understand. So, in this article series we will take a deeper look at what role astrology plays on our world-stage and then go through a few examples of historical world events, such as JFK, the 9/11 Twin Towers, the waves of Climate Change hoax propaganda, and the staged and fake Coronavirus pandemic.

As I wrote in my media article, the ruling elite families, the Saturn cult, has been using astrology since the times of the Babylonian and Egyptian civilization to plan events and to keep people in a social engineered and staged ‘reality-script’.

The study of astrology is necessary to understand the logic behind the script of fabricated and staged “news” of the media industry and the productions of the Hollywood film industry. Movies with ‘movie stars’ represent the movements in the stars.
While each staged event and story is coded by the date-numerology and the participants using gematria, the underlaying theme is usually decided from looking at astrology – this sets the theme for each year and every month.
Also, all world-stage characters are assigned roles and life-paths based on their astrological sign and birthdate.

All this, in simplicity, comes down to the positions of the moving lights in the sky, often refereed to as “planets.” Of these, the three slow-moving “planets” Neptune, Uranus and Pluto are the most important when it comes to shaping a specific era or generation.

Astrology was studied by the Sumerians, Babylonians, Egyptians, and Greeks in conjunction with mathematics and philosophy. The Mayans used astrological events like eclipses for sacrifice rituals. The priest class of elite families adapted their religion to the astrological ages.
In astrology, ‘houses’ are a fundamental component of the birth chart that represent different areas of life. There are 12 houses, each associated with a specific zodiac sign and planetary ruler. This is why the Elite families are called ‘houses,’ as in House of Hanover, House of Habsburg, House of Borgia, etc., just like the zodiac signs.

While astrology is still used by the elite to govern the media-, sports- and entertainment industry, a watered down and fake form of ‘popular astrology’ is promoted in the New Age movement and by agents of “Modern Science” (Richard Dawkins, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye) who “debunk” astrology through focusing on generic newspaper horoscopes (which is pure pseudo-astrology.)

To better understand astrology, we need to understand the metaphors.
While these moving lights in the sky are seen as “planets,” they are all symbolic of people or Gods in ancient mythology. They viewed the sky as a second wilderness that is inhabited. The stars are places, some wild, but the ones in the zodiac are cultivated and developed. The planets always move. In astrology this is actually what makes them different from stars, which are stationary. As the planets move through the 12 areas of the Zodiac, i.e., the “12 signs,” they are just like people traveling through different countries. Each person has a unique personality – and so does each planet. Each person has a purpose, and so does each planet. Each planet has a primary role to play in the development of humanity and for human beings.

To better understand different signs and how planets align to create ‘opportunities,’ you need to understand the terms ’exalted’ and ‘debilitation.’
Let’s say that you are interested in a specific thing, as in your current life-mission or goal. If it is, for example, to seek knowledge, and you would go out searching for it only to end up at a night-club, a place with resources for getting drunk and finding cheap company and sex, but hardly a place with resources for extending your knowledge, you would get a little bit ‘debilitated.’ However, if you were to find your way to a well-preserved library, you would be ‘exalted,’ as that place would provide a fantastic resource for your mission.

Now you can easily understand why certain zodiac signs make some planets “exalted” and other planets “debilitated.” To state it clearly, “exaltation signs” are places in the zodiac which give a specific planet the ideal resources to accomplish its primary goal. A “debilitation sign” is the exact opposite – they are the signs with the resources that actually frustrate, hamper and weakens the planet’s main goal.

The universe, the solar system and its planets, trees and human mind and body are all one and the same organism, connected through consciousness and are studied as such. The 12 zodiac signs and the cycle of the sun and moon are linked to the human body. The Tree of life in kabbalism (Saturn worship) is divided into 10 spheres or ‘sephiroth,’ where the planets stand for different planes of existence. Initiates within the secret societies work their way up the tree and learn to work with the different planetary energies. These 10 planes are, in order; Neptune, Uranus, Saturn (with Pluto,) Jupiter, Mars, Sun, Venus, Mercury, Moon, and the Earth.

Let’s take a quick look at the planets/people.

1. Neptune

Neptune has an orbit of 164 years and spend 14 years in each sign. Neptune is the Roman version of the Greek Poseidon, God of the sea, a titan and the brother of Jupiter and Pluto. When Jupiter, Pluto and Neptune defeated their father Saturn they divided the world into three parts. Neptune took the sea, Jupiter took the sky, and Pluto the underworld. Neptune’s reputation for having a violent temper was believed to be the cause of earthquakes and violent storms. Neptune rules Pisces and exalts in Cancer (or Leo according to some.)
Neptune is the planet of dreams, spirituality, illusions, imagination, idealism, addiction, guilt, and escapism.
It is also associated with oceans, the sea, art, cynicism, deception, the deep, disillusionment, dreams, drugs, fraud, screens, socialism, trends, and escaping from traps and being hard to catch.

2. Uranus

Uranus has an orbit of 84 years and spend 7 years in each sign. In Greece Uranus (Ar-ra-nous) was the consort of Gaia (Earth,) who held the Zodiac, the ring of stars, and who was defeated by Saturn.
Uranus is the ‘great awakener,’ the planet of rebellion, revolution, independence and new inventions, of bohemian lifestyle, utopian society, clairvoyance, high intuition, and crisis in awareness. Uranus is associated with sign of Aquarius (groups and masses.) Uranus exalts in Scorpio. It is tilted on its side. Anu (Hurrian sky God,) Ouranus, associated with electricity and lightning bolts, cyan electric blue.
Uranus is also associated with attraction, break-ups, chaos, disruption, me first mentality, environmentalism, new approach, unconventional ideas, mental disorders, psychology, and everything related to computer technology.

3. Saturn

Saturn has its return at 29,5 years. Saturn (binah) is the antagonist of the sun (dark vs light) and Jupiter (the Benevolent father.) In ancient Egypt, Saturn was the god Set, God of chaos, the rival of Sun God Horus who took his eye, the Eye of Horus (symbolizing the pineal gland.) Saturn is the Great Sea, the Great Mother but also father Time, the Greek God Kronos of chronological time. Kronos devoured his own children (symbolism that led to children sacrifice.) Saturn is also the God Pan, the lustful goat of Capricorn that became the Devil or Satan in Christianity.
Saturn is allegedly the coldest planet with rings of ice. It represents Father Time, as in Death with a sickle to harvest. It stands for limitation, a wakeup call, sobering reality, confrontation with mortality, and the time to choose a path. Saturn is exalted in Libra and it is debilitated in Aries.
Saturn is associated with the number 42, which is often used in numerology and gematria for that purpose.
Saturn is also associated with archaeology, architecture, authority, civil service, domination, history, land, monogamy, Saturday (Saturn-day,) self-control, traditions, and stability.

Pluto (in-between 3 and 4)

Pluto is the god of the underworld in Roman mythology and was also considered the God of wealth in Greek mythology because diamonds and other jewels come from underground.
After Pluto’s discovery in 1930, it was considered as the 9th planet, associated with the underworld (Hell with 9 circles.) Pluto has an orbit of 248 years and is associated with Greek god Plouton, God of wealth (plutocracy, power of wealth,) sex, death, renewal and transformation. Pluto rules Scorpio and exalts in Virgo (in kabbalism the hidden sphere Daath.)
Pluto represents the ‘Shadow’ in the work of Carl Jung, the dark side of personality (often a sexual component.) The Shadow needs to be confronted and integrated in the dark of the soul before rebirth. In Aleister Crowley’s satanic Thelema religion, it is represented by the Night of Pan. It cracks open what’s repressed, purging, exorcising, as in burning away falsehoods, releasing buried power and core truths.
Pluto is also associated with dark spirits, crime, death, the hoax of nuclear energy (plutonium,) the hoax of viruses, rebirth, recycle, reform, and renewal.

4. Jupiter

Jupiter is the planet/God of growth, prosperity, expansion, healing, and largeness. Jupiter is pictured as a male figure, a benevolent father, a thinking man, a teacher of higher learning (the Hierophant Tarot card.) In kabbalism Jupiter is associated with the sphere of Chesed (Mercy.)
Jupiter take 12 years to circle the zodiac. It rules the zodiac and its 12 signs. Jupiter is exalted in Cancer and debilitated in Capricorn. Jupiter is the God of thunder, storms and lightning. It defeated Saturn and the other titans. Its symbol is number 24, as in 24 hours in a day, the symbol of Saturn sideways, or in reverse as in Saturn’s number 42, the window to the spirit world, the rabbit hole.
Jupiter is also associated with aristocracy, benevolence, capitalism, celebrations, ceremonial magic, justice, law, leaders, doctors, glory, grandness, millionaires, monasteries, optimism, orthodoxy, over-indulgence, travel over-seas and to other countries, philanthropy, the pope, preachers, prestige, priests, professors, profit, science, sports, success, Thursday, truth, and wisdom.

Continued in part 2 (click here.)

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