Tag Archives: Titans

On the Birth of Aphrodite

If our exact time of place and birth is like a lodestar to interpreting our qualities and our destiny, it must make a lot of sense to look closely at the birth of Venus and relate what we find to … Continue reading

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The Guilt of Prometheus and Pandora’s Gifts

Prometheus was one of the Titans – the gods who descended from primordial deities, and preceded Olympian gods and goddesses. His name meant “forethought;” he proved he deserved it by showing a gift of premonition and prophecy when he sided … Continue reading

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Fate: A Jungian Perspective

My fate cries out, And makes each petty artery in this body As hardy as the Nemean lion’s nerve. Shakespeare, Hamlet The following article is greatly inspired by Liz Greene’s book The Astrology of Fate. I have yet to find … Continue reading

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