An antidote to the unreasoned knee-jerk socialist “selflessness” advocated by too many pop astrologers.
Archive for June, 2014
My observation is that people’s beliefs mirror accurately their personalities. Even those sharing the same belief system will have slight or major interpretative differences based on their personality or cultural differences. I believe angry beliefs come from angry people and loving beliefs come from loving people.
By asserting our beliefs, then, we are merely asserting ourselves. But what else can we do, really?
Astrology, to me, accurately reflects one’s personality and by extension beliefs. Often people ask if I “believe” astrology, as though astrology were a religion. Astrology, to my observation, is a symbolic representation of an individual’s personality. It is not something to “believe.” It’s simply a description. It doesn’t answer “Why?”
Astrology, for me, aids in life in two ways. It creates an acceptance that others view the world differently and it reinforces that we all share the same energies, just in different focus and portion. We all…
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Relationships depress me. All of them. The very idea of them.
“It may be that our role on this planet is not to worship God – but to create him.”
-Arthur C. Clarke
Sound the A-flat, thus spake Clarke!
What science “proves”, everybody does, so let the Vallin-mania begin (I really did stumble across this looking up mania and hypersexuality):
Science has spoken and, yes, gentlemen, size does matter.
A newly published study by a University of Ottawa researcher has concluded penis length exerts a measurable sway on females evaluating potential sexual partners.
“We found that flaccid penis size had a significant influence on male attractiveness,” concludes the study that was published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
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Dubbed the “Predicktor” — get it? — a new app for Android smartphones has been developed by Toronto’s Dr. Christopher Culligan and the team at The Doctor Says that promises, with a few data inputs, to predict the size of a man’s penis. No, really. You enter pertinent details — the size of a man’s feet, his height, ring size, whether he’s a porn star (etc, etc) — and then the gauge…
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