Welcome in to the Thursday, October 21st edition of the fun astrology podcast, Thomas Miller. We’re going to have some fun today where we have nothing going on in the sky. Everything is in place like we were talking about, but we have a Taurian moon today. And I have a Taurian moon question. We’re going to go to the vault.
I’m sorry. I got a little bit behind on some of your questions, but we’re going to pull one out now from one of our betas in the 101 astrology course. Hi, Thomas. It’s Kimberly. I just got done listening to a little segment of the bonus episodes. One I, 100% love the bonus episode. I love the discussion on series alone.
The discussion on the earth, God is all that stuff. So my questions are because I, you know, I heard the piece about Taurus. So questions about Torah. And the goddess and everything that’s connected to that. Um, this actually comes from a dream and the dream, uh, I came out, the nursery rhyme came up here. Hey, diddle, diddle, cat.
And the fiddle, the cows jumped over the moon, right? The little dog leprosy that one. And so I ended up doing research on whether those were actually constellations, which I didn’t know that. And then the cow jumping over the moon. Taurus. And then when I did more research, I talked about that, that civilization, which I can’t remember the name of it.
That’s civilization, they were rushed, they were worshiping hate door. Right. And so then some of this also goes with vena. So I was wondering, as I do more research on all these things, do you have any words when it comes to the planet Venus? Um, Taurus constellation, Hey Thor. And just, yeah, all the goddess, things that go with that.
And just thank you for this podcast. I love it so much, Paul. Thank you, Kimberly. And thanks for being in the course, and she’s just a great supporter and fan of this work and. I appreciate this question too, because it leads into some things we could go for an hour on what she just asked, but what a cool thing to have come up with the cow jumped over the moon poem.
Hey, diddle, diddle the cat in the fiddle. The cow jumped over the moon. The little dog laughed to see such a sport and the dish ran away with the spoon. Now. What an amazing correlation that she connected that with astrology, especially Taurus, which we have right now is the moon is in Taurus while I did some digging and sure enough, and I’m credit where credit is due here.
If you go to the, or just Google this living with the moon website, and then just the cow jumped over the moon, this blogger wrote an article about it. And it just so happened that she had visited. The center, if you will, of the Minoan civilization that she’s talking about on the island of Crete, she even has a picture of it there.
So we’re talking about going back BC 1450, all the way back to 2,700. I mean, this is just incredible. The picture that she has is the throne room where king Manos ruled, and this palace is famous for its men. I’m not going to go into all the mythological things that were there, but the Minotaur is a half man, half bull Creek.
And if you don’t think that astrology has been around for quite a while, the Minoans had a loony lunar solar calendar. And that podcast that she was referencing is the one that Stephanie and I did to answer a great question. And it’s was posted on Sunday, October 2nd, if you want to go back and reference that, but the Minoans also based, I think.
Society their God, their goddess was Demeter, which is mother earth, which gets into series that we were talking about in that thing. I mean, it just, the whole thing is there. I mean, it is totally there. So this article is really great living with the moon.com and then just search up the cow, jumped over the moon, but here’s the thing.
So Kimberly asked about Venus. So. Steve forest talked about this in the elements series. And I want to say that it was in the book of heir, where he talks about the Venus pentagram, and you can Google that and you can see a lot more about it. In fact, if you search Stephen forest, Venus pentagram, you will get an article that he wrote about the Venus retrograde in 2014.
But he describes the Venus pentagram in there. So this is, this is like the homework episode, because like I said, we could go on for a long time about this. And the lady from the, uh, living with the moon blog also mentions this, that when the sun and Venus conjoins. That happens every eight years. If you map those dates on the astrological wheel, on the chart, it forms a pentagram of five pointed star.
And as Steve points out that we can reflect back on these eight year cycles in our life. So start with 8 16, 24 30, 2 40 48, et cetera. And think back around relationships and creativity around those eight year cycle. And, you know, the cycles in astrology just are absolutely fascinating. And we are in one.
Now we began one last December, a 20 year cycle that really began the beginning of this year when Jupiter conjoined again with Saturn. But what also just amazes me as we’re going back to what? 2,700 BC. So let’s say 2000 years, BC at 2000 years on the other side, we’re going back 4,000 years. And these Minoans were not only recognizing it, they were honoring it.
They had set up monuments to it. firstname.lastname@example.org article, she said, The star, uh, Ryan, the bull in the sky is visible in the Northern hemisphere between November and February and rises over the Crescent of the winter moons. Could that. Be the cow jumping over the moon. I wonder what those Minoan moms read to their children when they were having a hard time falling asleep to you suppose, do you suppose eight year cycle?
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