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Astrology, Sovereignty, and Our Power
What the Sun, Moon, and Stars told us about 2020, back in 2019.
I first got into astrology around 2018, and the subject of astrology is a very interesting concept. The science behind astrology is that based on the position of the Stars, Moon, and Sun, this directly affects how individuals act.
Astrology can be seen as more of a psychology to it, as individuals like Carl Jung have turned to it when needing to make breakthroughs in their patients. And it makes perfect sense; if the Sun is in this place, then individuals tend to be more energetic, and if the Sun is in that place, individuals tend to be more mellow. It's basic science. Now there is a lot of wishy-washy that comes with astrology, like "this will happen to you at this time," but at the core, it's pretty simplistic.
Sidenote: An interesting thing that I found out was that astrology is only accurate when you view the position of the Sun, Moon, and Stars from a flat earth model. I first wrote about flat earth and why it should be seriously studied in this article here.
The idea behind this is that if you study history with an astrological viewpoint, you can essentially see how wars, revolutions, and renaissances happened. You start to see how astrology can be key in predicting all these things. And so, in 2019, as I'm studying historical events under the guise of astrology, I started to look into the future, towards the year 2020.
The year 2020, in many circles, was known as The Year of Sovereignty. It was supposed to be the year of just immense sovereignty everywhere. The idea was that this year would provide the population with a lot of power, freedom, and independence, and one of the social media posts running around at the time was the calendar for 2020. From the American perspective, all the holidays were on Friday or Saturday, so there would be three, and possibly four-day weekends throughout the year. It was just going to be an amazing year in 2020. That perfectly aligns with what the stars said about 2020 as the year of sovereignty.
And then Covid happened.
And that sovereignty never really panned out.
Or so I thought.
If you're looking back, you can have a lot of views about that. For some, the pandemic was a wake-up call to how freedoms can be easily taken, which started to grant those individuals their sovereignty towards entrepreneurship and so forth. And on the other hand, you realize that some individuals positioned themselves and profited tremendously, gaining more sovereignty from the pandemic.
So this somewhat proves the point that 2020 was the year of sovereignty; the only thing is that one group of individuals knew that versus another group of individuals. This idea of the elite with foreknowledge of information to gain wealth ties into my article on the elite and the occult. But overall, the topic of discussion here today is the lack of sovereignty and how we don't see ourselves as sovereign individuals. That is a problem.
In my newest article, “The Lack of Sovereignty,” we're going to talk about data, but more so, why we hand out private information on ourselves that should be kept very confidential. The psychology behind this lack of self-regard is interesting, but I hope the article paints a picture of your sovereignty and remind us that we are sovereign individuals. Unless we accept the notion that we are simply cattle that can be herded by our masters under the guise of elections, we must realize that we do have rights, and these rights should be taken into serious consideration. That's what this article is here to do. To remind you of your sovereignty and in today's technological world, the first place to start is with the data that we provide.
The world as it is, and with the technology that is being produced, will elevate individuals to sovereignty; we have to recognize that. But to partake of these resources, we have to realize ourselves as sovereign individuals, and we have to start seeing ourselves as sovereign individuals. The tools are there, especially with advanced computing, or what people like to call AI, on the rise. And so, as this Fourth Industrialization is being rolled out, we need to develop the foresight to stay focused as the sovereign individuals we all are. Remember, some know this information, and they use it to their benefit, but it's time for the rest of us to remember that we, too, are sovereign individuals. This article reminds us of that and of our ability to take action just consistently to take action. Thank you for your time and attention, and I hope you enjoy the article.
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