Hey, who was in charge while we were gone. Want to know? We need to have a meeting. My goodness, what has happened in the world since we last spoke. Hi, Thomas Miller on the fun astrology podcast, welcoming in a new week and this week, a new month, November 29th, Monday morning. Good morning. Or good afternoon whenever you’re catching this.
Wow. Yeah, we’ve got a lot to talk about in this podcast. So we’re going to have to move quick. So the world now has a new COVID-19. Well, listen, I’m going to let you parse out how you feel about what’s going on with COVID and where we are and how we need to respond. You’ve had plenty of time to do that.
What I’m going to do is look at the astrology over the weekend. I narrated chapter 46 in the endless sky. Steve forest wrote about the conjunction of Uranus and air. Eris. Ah, there’s a name we have not mentioned enough, obviously what an eye-opener this chapter was, I’m going to take what he wrote and process it.
I’ve already made a lot of notes for the month of December that we will be talking about as December unfolds. I’m thinking I’m going to make a bold statement here. I think that December is going to be one of the pivotal months of 30 day period. For the next two or three years, I’ll tell you why here and then we’ll unfold it as the month goes on, but you stay right here because we do have a lot of business covering just the month of December.
Let me camp out on era’s for just a second. So Eris was discovered in 2005. It is twice the distance of Pluto and Pluto would take, what is it? I think it’s nine. Years. If you were going at 360,000 miles an hour in space. So it’s like, it’s like way out there double that you’ve got Aras. Aras is the same size as Pluto discovered by astronomy in 2005, assigned by astrology as this planet of discord.
You know, I think they were being nice because the Greek goddess is heiress. The Roman goddess is discord. I like a lot better for Eris. Eris has a dark tone about it. I mean, heiress basically discordian existed to see other people suffer. That’s the mythology of this assignment. When at all cost take no prisoners create strife and discord wherever you can.
And it’s not just about winning. It’s about seeing others lose. I mean, that’s the structure of Aras. Now there’s another side to that. Steve brilliantly draws it out in this chapter. 46 of the book, basically what that is, is that through the idea of competition that same, I win you lose can also be turned around to say, if we compete for each other, if we compete for the common good.
Then everybody can win by improved standards, improved products. That’s the opposite of the shadow side. One of the things that this chapter unfolded is, was a contrast or a parallel to when Pluto, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto were discovered. There is this really interesting study of when these outer bodies were discovered 17 hundreds, 18 hundreds, 1930, 2005.
Because the sky reflects, right. The sky has a reflection. So these things reflect developing or maturing collective consciousness. It’s pretty easy to see when you trace each one back. Well, what have we had since 2005 and kind of a, an aside here is because Eris moves so slowly, like every. On the planet alive today has Eris in Aries because it’s been in there since the mid 1920s.
So when we think of 2005, we can certainly take some latitude on either side of that, but we can walk back to nine 11 in the United States, how pivotal that was. I was only four years off, early, more like three, because nine 11 of course was September and Eris, which was discovered in January. So you know, about three full years difference three and a half.
Well, Tom Friedman, New York times columnist wrote a book called thank you for being late. I think it was written in 2015 or 16. The title really has nothing to do with the. Third of the book or so where he examines the technological revolution that he pins back to the pivotal year of 2007. And just plant a seed here for you to think about.
And then we’ll talk about December a little bit. We’ll unfold this theme as it goes forward, because I’ve got heiress on the radar fully. Now it’s going to be part of our regular conversation. So 2007 was this pivotal year of technological. A lot of the things that we’re using today every day, without even thinking about it, including that thing that you almost have constantly in your hand, the cell phone date themselves back to 2007.
Well, how does that tie into Aras and how has that a negative, well let’s bracket this nine 11, really the whole world lost some of its freedom because of that event, because now you can no longer just walk up to the gate and get on an air. And many feel still after 20 years still feel that these scanners that look at body parts are an invasion of our privacy.
Well, the same technology that we enjoy every day might be used. And this is, this is so Pluto in Capricorn, Pluto, moving into Aquarius, Saturn in Aquarius. I mean the whole thing fits together, astrologically that these tools that have been developed under air. Might be used in authoritarian hands to restrict there’s the shadow side of astrology.
It sees both sides of the coin. So while that little device in your hand opens you up to the literally the entire world, it could also be the device that is used to track or restrict further freedom. And what I really saw clearly, and this is the exciting part of where. Wow, what a time to be alive. What I saw really clearly in the charts is that we are at this crossroads and you know, what’s going to make the ultimate difference is the collective whole becoming more conscious spirits.
Waking up to true spirituality, not religious authoritarian control. I’m talking true heart conscious soul conscious, amplified, spiritual connection. That’s where we are. That’s where we’re going to be given the choice of moving to. Or away from. And the reason that you are listening to this podcast is because you have felt a tug in your soul to move toward it, or you wouldn’t be here.
And I am so thrilled that you are. And what we’re going to get about on here is passing that little torch. You know, you light the candle of the person next to you and you share the flame and you spread the. And that’s all we can do. You can only light one candle at a time, right? So that’s the challenge.
That’s where we are. And it really is a beautiful time to be alive because we get to be a light in a world that needs our light. Welcome back. See you tomorrow. We’ll talk about we’ll set December up tomorrow, quite a month. You want to be back tomorrow, please, please, please, please. Quite a month ahead.