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Astrology’s Twelve Great Myths explores the meaning of the twelve great signs of the zodiac through related myths and fairytales of western culture. The original idea is that in some way the evolution of culture had perverted the true meanings of the original archetypes into, in many cases, the opposite of what they truly are. In the fact the stories we tell and the way we tell those stories is always a true reflection of the cultural moment. That is why they are so powerful. Nevertheless, I sincerely hope that dominator mentality has had it’s day and that contemplating the signs through the myths and fairy tales I have chosen here will offer insights which might help us imagine how the chaos of our times might bring us new perspectives on our journey as humans through time.
Archetypes are given meaning by the cultural lens through which they are seen. They naturally transform through time and with experience for individuals as well as cultural groups although their essential nature never changes. Times of great crises such as these are also opportunities for great change.
As you read this ask yourself how it fits, what it means for you. Truly if change is what is required, it must begin within each of us as individuals.

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