Apr 1 • 43M

Toppling kings, tyrants, and holier-than-thousies

Plus, a discussion on fate v. free will: how do we know what's what?

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vol. 2 episode 4

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Staring into the abyss, will we trust ourselves to navigate what lies beyond our ghosts? Photo by Jesse Bowser on Unsplash

Greetings,

Who cares about all that bleep that went down at the Oscars? When it comes to the gossipy bits, not us. But when a man (Will Smith) who is being decorated for playing a “king”, publicly slaps a man (Chris Rock) with impunity, Elisabeth and I see a celestial pattern at play, one that Americans of all stripes might want to clue in on because it’s a pattern that has been intensifying, one which has the potential to lead us to a more humanitarian ethos if we examine it and participate in how it plays out in the future. You know, stuff you won’t hear about on the mainstream news.

In Episode 4, we also examine how patterns that show us what happens when we put ourselves above others are starting to shift, and what that might mean for the fossils (and fossil fuel paradigm) among us.

And, how come astrologers can easily predict why certain people like Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Tex.) will make headlines, and why do we have Senator Cruz’s natal chart anyway?

Elisabeth brings our attention to a peculiar overlap between the US Pluto return and the charts of Supreme Court Justices, and suggests that some significant shifts are poised to occur…

Plus, a philosophical discussion about fate vs. free will, making peace with the ghosts of crumbling structures, why Elisabeth wants you to know why she doesn’t “believe” in astrology — and neither do her atheist clients who consult the stars — but why we both believe something more evolved and advanced is coming, hastened by activities such as this podcast.

And, not to be outdone by the appearance of Executive Producer (and miniature Schnauzer) Schroeder Fishburn on a previous episode, Pepper the Cat demands your attention. It’s all here in Episode 4.

“I, too, demand executive privileges,” ~ Pepper.

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Thank you!

Peace,

Whitney and Elisabeth