A Fine Line between Heaven, Hell and Astrology: Angelic Governors of the ZodiacWritten by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
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Haniel, Angel of December and ruler of Capricorn meaning "Glory or grace of God," is known as chief of innocents. He is invoked as an amulet against evil.
Aquarian ruler, Gabriel ( "God is my strength") and Angel of January is one of two highest-ranking angels in Judaeo-Christian and Mohammedan religion. He stands for annunciation, resurrection, mercy, vengeance, death and revelation. He presides over Paradise and is ruling prince of 1st Heaven. He is also said to sit on left-hand side of God and known as spirit of truth. Gabriel was Angel who inspired Joan of Arc to go succor of King of France.
Barchiel, Angel of February and ruler of Pisces, ("Lightening of God") is one of 7 archangels, and is also known to be ruler of Jupiter
It is evident, Astrologically speaking, Zodiac closely mirrors Heaven that we know and Angels therein. So, words, "It is written in Stars" truly exhibits our predestination of life and all that lies within. How we use our knowledge, experience and Angelical Governors of Zodiac is up to us.
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Start here...First Principles (B)Written by Terry Dashner
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Two fundamental truths about humankind are existence and reality. To be real is to exist and to exist is to be real. Reality is, regardless of our knowledge of it. For example, gravity exists; it is part of reality. Even if Sir Isaac Newton had never defined gravity and we had no knowledge of its existence, it would not stop existing. Reality, like gravity, is something that exists no matter what we think: reality is independent of our minds. [Ibid, p.25]
The opposite of reality is illusion. For someone to say that everything is an illusion is delusional. Why? Because in order to know something is an illusion is to know something of reality. How else would someone know an illusion if he had never known reality? There must be reality to affect contrast. One can not know illusion without knowing reality. When one applies his thoughts to nature of reality and then makes truth claims about what he discovers, his truth claims will either be logical or illogical (nonsense). For that reason, initial question to ask person who thinks that logic does not apply to reality is, “What do you assume to be true about logic and reality?” Logic is unavoidable. [Ibid, p. 26]
The law of noncontradiction is universal. Remember words of Mortimer J. Adler? “…The principles of logic are neither Western nor Eastern, but universal.” Anyone who visits Far East will note that computers operate in same manner as they do in West. The logic used in places like India is identical to logic used in North America, because logic is universal in nature, and laws of logic are universal. Food for though, wouldn’t you agree?
(The second in a series entitled, “Start here…first principles”)
Keep faith. Stay course. Jesus is coming soon…He’s only logical solution. Pastor T.
Pastors a small church in Broken Arrow, OK. US Navy veteran, retired police officer, and father of three grown children.