Introduction to Deep Space Astrology
read about a particular celestial object,you can look that point up in your ownnatal chart.
Astrophysics for Astrologers
To begin, I would like to share a fewexperiences and thoughts concerningthe structure in space beyond our solarsystem and how it might be of valueastrologically for learning more aboutwho you are and what on earth youmight be here for.I first became interested in deep-spaceastrology through exploring heliocentricastrology, the astrology of our entiresolar system. Early on, I was amazed atdifference between my standardgeocentric natal chart and some of theother astrological coordinate systemssuch as the heliocentric and LocalSpace charts. IAt that time my interest inthe space beyond and surrounding oursolar system was minimal. I was put offby the billions of stellar objects out thereand, on a more basic level, by the ideasof coldness and blackness I had beenprogrammed to associate with outers
pace. I sure didn‟t want to go out there.
Distant space somehow represented theepitome of 'otherness' and 'foreign' tome. I was embarrassed (in terms ofastrological usage) by all of the books Ihad read on the fixed stars, with thepossible exception of L. E. Johndro's
book, “The Stars.” How was I to
determine the significance of thesebillions of stars and use them in mypractice, when I had enough difficulty just using the nine planets?And then the unexpected happened. Ihad a dream, a very special dream. Itwas not an ordinary dream, but one ofthose dreams that are more real thanwaking consciousness and that takemonths to understand and absorb. Itwas placed deep in my consciousness.In fact, it was a kind of vision.In my dream the astrologer L. E.Johndro appeared to me and his eyeswere filled with light. There were rays orstalks of light coming out of his eyes.This strange being said but one word,"LOOK!," and with his arm, he turnedand pointed up to the night sky. I lookedup and out there.As I opened my eyes, the sky was filledwith brilliant points of light. The starsand all of this starry material wereclustered together to form the greatglowing arch of the Milky Way orgalactic plane. It was wondrous beyonddescription and in that instant my heartwent out from me and filled this brighthall of space. Never again have I hadthe feeling of being here on earth, warmand trembling before the cold and blackof space. I became the space and lightand reversed my polarity or changed myattitude. I understood in that instant thatI was a living representative of thismother galaxy, its child. I was the beingfrom outer space I had alwayswondered about. Furthermore, I hadalways been so!From that night forward, I began toventure beyond the zodiac in an inquiryas to the nature and structure of thisuniverse. Here, in brief form, is what Ifound:Most important is the fact that we are anintegral part of the cosmos, not somelonely outpost. In fact, each of us is anode or information aggregate and theuniverse is in intimate contact with itselfonly through us
through our eyes. Weare part of the cosmic informationconduit, the eyes of the universe. Thecosmos sees through our eyes, itself.