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)”