Monday, June 19, 2017

The Generations Series- An Analysis

Here are some very informative links I found on Pluto, Neptune, and Uranus generations:

While there are some differences (she calls Pluto Sagittarius/Neptune Aquarius the Millennials and Pluto Scorpio/Neptune Capricorn simply Generation Y, but her reasoning for this is really strong), her descriptions of all these generations hit home.

The Greatest Generation- My grandma was from this generation, and it describes that age group very well. Family oriented and patriotic, yet had a warm energy to her, like everybody else in that age group (Bob Barker, Ed McMahon, Chick Hearn, Jack Kemmon, Walter Matthau, Walter Cronkite, Betty White, etc.).

The Silent Generation- Don't know anybody from this group very well, but I have noticed that they're patriotic and family oriented like the Greatest Generation, yet not as warm, which coincides with Neptune in Virgo.

Baby Boomers- My mom (as are my aunts and uncles and my biological dad) is from this generation, and the description hits home. Very much in need of acknowledgment for their achievements, and the shadow side is extreme materialism (Boomers entered their prime during the Neptune in Capricorn materialism era). The refusal to step aside is also represented by the Boomers having the presidency or vice presidency since 1989 (Dan Quayle, Clinton/Gore, George W Bush, Joe Biden, Donald Trump... going on 30 years with the Boomers in charge!), and the following generation has had no power until Obama and Mike Pence.

Crisis Generation- From the people I know in this generation (mostly teachers), very accurate. Extremely service oriented to a fault, tend to be extremely organized and efficient, and often involved in athletics (male teachers). My high school classmates who had parents from this group were often involved in extra curricular activities, which ties in to how this group is often named "Generation Jones". The leftists in this generation tend to be extreme environmentalists as well.

Generation X- My three older cousins are from this group, as well as half of my high school teachers, and once again, extremely accurate. My two oldest cousins have Uranus in Libra, while the other one has Uranus in Sagittarius, yet all are relationship oriented to a fault, and my Gen X high school teachers treated me like an equal (Pluto in Libra). My best friend's mom is at the beginning of the Pluto in Libra generation, and is very relationship oriented and treats me like an equal as well, despite me not technically being a family member. Very accurate.

Generation Y- My generation, and once again, very accurate, especially with questioning the old ways. There clearly has to be more to life than being a wage slave until you're no longer useful to the elites, than voting for two sides of the same coin every four years (Democrats and Republicans), than going to church once a week where somebody tells you that you were born bad and thus need to give your personal power away in order to be "saved", etc. If you look at the logos of all the denominations of Christianity and the books of the evangelists on TV, you'll see Illuminati symbolism, just like you'll find on the dollar bills, corporation logos, sports team logos, campaign signs of politicians, etc. Many from my generation, including myself, don't understand the appeal of the current, yet outdated, way of life, when it's clear that it's all there to control the masses and prevent humanity from achieving true enlightenment. And dabbling into occult subjects, like astrology and numerology (which Christianity labels a sin and the work of Satan, which would mean that if the church isn't lying, that SATAN created us, as I can clearly see the signs of everybody I know in their personalities), is one of the only ways to get this knowledge as it's THAT hidden.

Millennials- I know a select few from this group, and like usual, it describes them perfectly. This generation is very energetic and eccentric, and freedom is a necessity for them.

World Changers- Too young to display full characteristics yet.

Once again, it is extremely important to know about the outer planets and their roles, just as much as it is to know about the inner planets and ascendant, as they define the roles (Pluto), dreams (Neptune), and rebellious nature (Uranus) of entire groups of people, so knowledge of these astrological placements could weaken or even end the generational feuds, which is why they're not promoted in the mainstream (divide and conquer). The culture of the times is represented by Neptune (Neptune in Scorpio is the drug culture, Neptune in Sagittarius is the Jesus Movement, Neptune in Capricorn is the materialism culture, Neptune in Aquarius is the technology culture, Neptune in Pisces is the spirituality culture) and the theme of the times is represented by Pluto (Pluto in Libra resulted in liberal divorce laws, legalized abortion, and people wanting a "good guy" as president after the Watergate scandal, Pluto in Scorpio was the birth of AIDS, destroying the concept of free sex, Pluto in Sagittarius was 9/11 and 7/7/05, revealing the truth about organized religion and changing world travel forever, Pluto in Capricorn is the exposing of the corruption involving big business and government), and even trends in the entertainment industry are a result of the outer planets' influence (Pluto in Virgo/Neptune in Scorpio was Motown, Doo Wop, Rockabilly, girl groups, and classic rock, Pluto in Libra/Neptune in Sagittarius was arena/progressive rock, disco, and new wave, Pluto in Scorpio/Neptune in Capricorn was hair bands, heavy metal, Grunge, and Gangsta rap while being known for the sitcom boom, Pluto in Sagittarius/Neptune in Aquarius was boy bands, Bubblegum Pop, Nu Metal, and emo music while being known for reality TV). Knowledge of the influence of the outer planets would help everybody understand how and why the world works the way it does.

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