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The Classical Astrologer

Since its inception, The Classical Astrologer has been all about consciousness as expressed through astrological language and techniques. Astrology is a sacred language and there are other mediums that work well together. In the process, I have used visually evocative images poetry is another medium that raises us up to a higher sense of the sublime.

Among the 20th Century Anglo/Irish writers T.S. Eliot, W.B. Yeats and Robert Graves stand as particularly eloquent and adept poets in conveying higher consciousness, were learned in not only the Western Classical Tradition but also Hindu writings and had significant contact with Indian writers such as Rabindranath Tagore. W.B. Yeats wrote an Introduction to The Upanishads.

Eliot includes a dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna, relates the mystical concept of time that allows for all to be present at the same moment in consciousness. He compares the circulation of the lymph with the stars. This…

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