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Astrology of Trans-Neptunian Dwarf Planets
December 9, 2011
According to Wikipedia.org:
"A trans-Neptunian object….is any minor planet in the Solar System that orbits the Sun at a greater average distance (semi-major axis) than Neptune."
There has been a lot of buzz on the Internet about trans-Neptunian objects and whether they have any astrological significance.
At the Magi Society, we believe the answer is very definitive and simple: trans-Neptunian objects have very powerful astrological influences.
In fact, Pluto is a trans-Neptunian object.
Pluto is also a Dwarf Planet.
If a trans-Neptunian object is also a Dwarf Planet (as is the case with Pluto), then it is likely to have profound astrological powers.
All six of the following trans-Neptunian objects are like Pluto because they are Dwarf Planets:
The Magi Society has recently concluded five years of research and believes the above 6 trans-Neptunian Dwarf Planets all have varying degrees of astrological powers.
In 2006, the Magi Society was the first to perfect and sell a software upgrade that included all six of the above trans-Neptunian Dwarf Planets. At the same time, we also informed our members through our Members Only site that some Trans-Neptunian Dwarf Planets possess profound astrological influences.
For example, Sedna is a Trans-Neptunian Dwarf Planet, just like Pluto.
The Magi Society was the first to discover and reveal some of the most powerful symbolisms of Sedna.
By reading the articles in the above link, you can understand why we believe that Sedna is one of the important pieces of the astrological puzzle.
But each and every one of the above six Trans-Neptunian Dwarf Planets is a very important piece of the astrological puzzle.
Astrology Needs More Planets
To Be Complete
Albert Witte knew that there were not enough planets for astrology to be complete and really work. That is why he devoted much of his life towards the goal of trying to discover additional planets. Unfortunately for him, astronomers had limited tools in his time and could not see what modern astronomers now see; they could not even see Pluto. Which was why Albert Witte ended up proposing hypothetical planets.
In our third book, the Magi Society discussed why astrology needed more planets in order to be complete. Astrology is supposed to explain every aspect of human life - but there are so few planets and so much to try to explain.
With just eleven "planets" (the classic nine planets plus the Sun, Moon and Chiron) there were not enough known astrological bodies to explain all of life. Even if you add the four major asteroids, astrology is still missing the planets necessary to account for all the numerous aspects of life.
For example: What planetary aspects are representative of being highly logical, or highly emotional, or having musical abilities, or being a great painter, singer, golfer, teacher or race car driver? What planetary aspects symbolized greed, fear, loving to eat, ability to make money, being stable as opposed to being out of control, being a liberal as opposed to a conservative, being loyal and faithful as opposed to being a serial cheat, being an atheist as opposed to having faith in Divine Providence, wanting to raise a family as opposed to never wanting to marry? And since election year is coming, what planetary aspects represent political savvy and power versus amateur hour?
The answers are always in the stars and with the help of Trans-Neptunian Dwarf Planets, we will now know more of the answers.
The Magi Society has just concluded its five-year research project into the astrology of Trans-Neptunian Dwarf Planets and we will be posting articles about this on this website and our Members Only Website.
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