Yesterday, I launched my YouTube channel. May it be a source of hope and inspiration for you.
In this first video, I introduce the ancient Egyptian concept of Ma‘at. You will learn what Ma’at stands for and why it is a good time to study this concept. I also speak shortly about some astrological associations that help us understand the meaning of Ma’at.
“Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold.” Matthew 24:12
These words have been swirling in my head for some years and lately more often than ever before. They are part of Christ‘s description of what is called the end times. We are eight months into 2020. At this point, most of us have realized that some significant change is going on. Astrologically, 2020 is the year we are moving into a whole new era. We are indeed facing an end, but also a fresh start.
After almost four years of studying astrology in a very mercurial-reasoned way, I feel it is time to make a bit more space for the moonish-intuitive side of the craft, myself, and life in general. Meaning, besides finishing Chris Brennan’s Professional Astrologer Course and practicing doing readings (I hope to offer astrological consultations professionally soon), I will commit myself to tap more into the different energies—so to speak—on a personal, feeling level.
The year 2020 is a dense one. The main roles on the astrological stage are played by no less than the two traditional giants Jupiter and Saturn, together with Pluto—the farthest celestial body discovered and used in modern astrology. Especially Saturn, as the host of the most significant astrological occurrences in 2020, has a major say in what themes we deal with this year.
So, what kind of host is Saturn? What does he have to offer? And what is his association with the monstrous octopus-like creature that emerges from the bottom of the sea in H. P. Lovecraft’s short story The Call of Cthulhu?