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When you work with the Astrology Oracle, you need space, peace, time and total focus. What you are actually doing, when you open yourself up to this parallel universe, is letting your mind wander into the future. The future is a reality. It is already coming towards us, based on where we just were – and where we are heading now. When you use the Oracle you let your mind race ahead faster than the speed of light. You report back to yourself from the future.
The questions are really important! I often see questions from people who are obsessively in love and are desperate to know if it’s ever going to work out with the person in question, or if they have a future (if they are together).
Spend just as much time exploring and appreciating your ‘now’ cards as you do, racing towards the future.
If the present is not being powerfully, accurately and richly described by the cards, please restart the process, or if it does not work a couple of times – come back later.
Try to ask constructive questions which will help you, rather than racing to an outcome.
The Astrology Oracle can assist you with it’s unique, specific solutions for problem solving and crisis management. The question to ask is ‘What is the point of this situation?’ Or perhaps ‘Why am I being put through this situation?’ You might also ask ‘What is the higher purpose of this problem in my life?’ When you ask these types of questions you can open the door to a new pathway of possibility, triggered by the answer your receive. Look up the symbol card and the house card and line up the keywords (written by the description on the cards). The guidance you need will come when you spot something from each key word list that really hits home. That immediately and powerfully makes sense.
If you want to use The Astrology Oracle like a pro psychic, the first thing you have to do, is drop your longing for a firm ‘yes or no’ answer. By that I mean, questions like ‘Is he coming back to me?’ Other common questions, and quite understandably so, might be, ‘Will I get the job?’ Another mistake first-time oracle or Tarot readers make is to look for a time (‘When will I meet my husband’). In order to get the most from The Astrology Oracle, begin with the present – from the point of view of all the participants in the situation. This is usually just one other person, so I will use that as an example.
My client Nell wants to know if she will have a serious relationship with Paulo, the man she recently met. She is even curious about marriage despite the fact that he has a girlfriend! So the first questions must be ‘Where is he at?’ and also ‘Where is she at?’
If our lives are like newspapers, what are the headlines for Nell and Paulo right now? You can use this technique for yourself as well no matter if your question is about love, work, money, health or anything else.
What are the headlines in Nell’s life now?
Mercury and Sixth House – The Oracle says, it’s all about the written and spoken word, the computer, the phone, the media, the internet – and in connection with work and Nell’s relationship with her body.
What are the headlines in Paolo’s life now?
Sun and Fourth House – The Oracle says, Paolo has his apartment, house, family, household, home town and/or homeland as the priority and there is a big spotlight on his people and his place.
If you can imagine time as a gigantic map, full of roads and hills (almost as if you were looking at your life from an aeroplane window) then it is possible to see Nell’s path and Paolo’s path converging. We know that Nell wants Paolo (despite the girlfriend!) so how will their paths cross again? What or who brings them together?
1. Read for the other person/s in the story too so you can see how all your paths are crossing.
2. Ditch any idea of definite yes or no answers – or specific times – as this map of time does not work like that.
3. Fix yourself in the present first and you will get a strong feeling for how the Oracle works.
4. See time as a map, like the ground laid out from an aeroplane window, and see how people cross paths.
5. To get what you want from a situation, make sure both/all participants are fed what they need. Go for win-win.
Minerva was Jupiter’s counsellor and advisor as well as his daughter. She is always shown with an owl to represent wisdom. Owls (real or illustrated) may turn up in your life now as part of the synchronicity of this card. The olive tree, olive branch and olives are also associated with Minerva because of an ancient myth. She was challenged to give humanity a great gift. Her rival was Neptune who gave the world the horse. Minerva only had the olive to offer, which seemed like a small gift on the surface – yet she won the contest because the horse could be used as an instrument of war, whereas the humble olive had great value as a peace offering – and for its precious oil. This tells you a lot about the Minerva card. Wisdom has a special quality. It is not about fast, easy and obvious answers. You are now being offered deep wisdom and are very fortunate.
When Minerva appears in a reading a very clever woman (or man in touch with his feminine sign) will have the most brilliant answer for you, relating to the area of life described by your House card. Alternatively you may have a flash of inspiration or a message in a dream. This is the Goddess Minerva speaking to you in a mysterious way. The deepest, most profound remedies and answers – particularly with work or business issues – are waiting.
Minerva is the evolved Roman version of Pallas Athene. She is the daughter of Jupiter and Metis (prudence) and is the number one counsellor of Ancient Rome, ruling science, the arts and all wisdom. She also rules spinning and weaving. Minerva designed the war chariot too and is a military strategist, shown by her helmet, shield and spear. She was born fully formed from Jupiter’s brain. She rules all intellectual and particularly academic activity.
If she turns up as a real person, Minerva will be a graduate, academic or ‘wise woman’ type.
Minerva in the Seventh House (if you have an enemy or rival) means s/he will be formidable.
As a general rule when you draw a Minerva card you’ll have an answer. A wise one, too.
Minerva and the Third House card is a fantastic omen for a student, writer or academic.
Minerva is not about fast, empty, obvious answers – she is about the deepest wisdom!
Olives and olive trees
The Third House card is associated with Gemini the twins and also Mercury the messenger of the gods. The twins remind us that communication is about speaking and listening. It’s like two ends of a telephone or two cans on the end of a string. Mercury is the god you know from so many advertising symbols. He has wings on his shoes and on his helmet. Today his equivalent is Concorde or the internet. The Third House is about getting your message across. Being heard and read. It usually describes computers and telephones, fax machines and the spoken word across all mediums. On the most fundamental level it is about connecting. Today the post is carried by truck and aeroplane not horse. The Third House is also associated with vehicles and flight for obvious reasons. The Third House is about the ‘voice’ in all its forms.