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C. has often a very strong influence on appearance and character. must not take the expression, that the ascendant gives the form of the body and the general nature of the character, too literally, but rather imagine that above mentioned qualities of body and soul represent at the reflexion of the whole heavens with all their constellations the moment when a certain degree of a sign is rising. Conceived in that way, it will necessarily lead to the conclusion that at different latitudes the reflexion of the heavens or i.
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From the astronomical discoveries may learn still more regarding certainty. astrologers we we our future. e. with every revolution round the sun does the earth approach this centre more and more, and the time must come when it will re-unite itself with the sun whence We it sprung. must also apply man and the other kingdoms of nature re-union with the Source of all life and consciousness, re-union with the Logos which manifests itself through the four kingdoms of nature (Man, Animal, Plant, Mineral).