Jupiter, Chiron, Neptune: What if God did not create heaven and earth?

Earlier this week, I wrote about the grand trine today between the Sun in Libra, the Moon in Gemini and the grand trine of Jupiter, Chiron and Neptune. Air is an element of intellect, and of curiosity. (That reminds me, today a group of scientists from NASA will insult our Moon!! We all know what curiosity did to the cat, right? ) However, the Moon explosion is not the subject of this post, because something else of interest is occuring under this triple conjucntion.

Earlier this year, I wrote an article about the triple conjunction of Jupiter, Chiron en Nepuntus, which was published both in the Dutch astrology magazine Symbolon, April 2009, jaargang 19 nr.2 and in the A.A. Journal (which is a British astrology journal). I will quote from that article: “The planets Jupiter and Neptune are both bound up with concepts of religion, faith or the “God thought” and this would seem to give Chiron – through his association with shamansim – a natural affinity with both planets. The “God Thought” has a tripartite nature. Father, Son and Holy Ghost, Body, Soul, Spirit.”

Today in Nijmegen, Ellen van Wolde (member of the Dutch Royal Academy of Scientists) will give a lecture that questions the opening sentence of the Bible. What an incredible astrological signature for such a challenge.. Air provokes debate – and this subject matter is sure to tweak a huge response from many quarters. According to van Wolde, the problem lies in the translation.  She has based her research on new analysis of the original Hebrew texts. However van Wolde went further, she also studied the opening text in relation to the Old Testament as a whole, and in relation to other Mesopotamian creation myths. Ellen van Wolde concludes that the verb “bara” does not mean to create – but means to separate in space. “God schiep niet, hij scheidde” – “God did not create he separated”. Experts here in the Netherlands are quoted as saying that the new interpretation “is nothing less than the disruption “ontwrichting” of the story of creation, as we know it”.

Over Liz Hathway

Liz Hathway is a British born astrologer currently based in Amsterdam. Liz studied astrology at the Kosmos in Amsterdam, at the Faculty of Astrological Studies in London and with well known horary astrology John Frawley. Liz also holds an MA (with distinction) in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology, from the University of Wales, in Lampeter, and was short-listed for the 2016 Alumni Association MA CAA Dissertation Prize.
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