From Pluto to the Sun: A Metaphoric Journey of the Soul (Pt. 3)

From Pluto the Sun: Mercury, Sun and Moon in the Birth Chart
“Simultaneous Contrasts: Sun and Moon” by Robert Delaunay (1912-1913)

[This is a continuation from the previous post].In the eight station, Mercury teaches the soul how to acquire “knowledge” of self and the other(s). The world at large has to be perceived and analyzed at Mercury Station, and the soul aspires to learn the mundane “language” of the mortals (as opposed to the jovial “language” of gods, earlier imparted by Jupiter). Continue reading “From Pluto to the Sun: A Metaphoric Journey of the Soul (Pt. 3)”

From Pluto to the Sun: A Metaphoric Journey of the Soul (Pt. 2)

Saturn Station, Jupiter, Mars and Venus Stations: Painted lovers kissing each other, while a baby angel is kissing the foot of the male lover.
Palma il Giovane: “Venus and Mars” (1590)

[This is a continuation from the previous post]. Now in this fourth station, the soul has entered the Saturnian land of “time” and “mortality” (element of Earth). Number 4 also stands for solidity and stasis (as represented by the 4 sides of a square). Things feel to be heavy and slow in Saturn Station: Continue reading “From Pluto to the Sun: A Metaphoric Journey of the Soul (Pt. 2)”

From Pluto to the Sun: A Metaphoric Journey of the Soul (Pt. 1)

Pluto Station, Neptune Station, Uranus Station
“A Ship on the High Seas Caught by a Squall, Known as ‘The Gust’” by Willem van de Velde the Younger (1680)

The following sketch was presented to me in a dream, therefore I cannot argue for or against its factuality. However, as few axioms in astrology are “factual”, I can certainly appreciate this metaphoric explanation of a soul’s journey, from Pluto to the Sun, starting with the Pluto Station as follows: Continue reading “From Pluto to the Sun: A Metaphoric Journey of the Soul (Pt. 1)”