We Prefer our Stars to be Dead
It’s coming around to that time of the year when my inner 12-year-old boy mourns for the beautiful movie star who was murdered all those years ago in Hollywood. Last year, I set out to contact her in the spirit world, and instead found that she was reborn as a Israeli woman, who still wants the glamour of celebrity, but finds her aspirations totally frustrated by the world.
When faced with the ‘proof’ of reincarnation, I was chagrined. I’d already seen it in action with David Wilcock, so I kind of knew what to expect, but Adit proved to be a more complicated example of what happens when the light of one’s stardom is snuffed out. There’s no resting on one’s laurels, I think would be an apt saying for this situation.
In the past couple of days, I wrote about Nicole Kidman and her marriage to Keith Urban. As per usual, there were a smattering of views and a couple of ‘likes’, but for the most part, a huge ‘yawn’. And then I read a statement made by another astrologer in one of their posts: evidently, we would want our politicians to drown in their troubles, but couldn’t give a ‘fig’ about celebrity birth charts. Now, doesn’t that say it all?
We are Tired of the Hype
The Romans used to keep their people in line with ‘Bread and Circuses’. Feed them, entertain them, and they will be satisfied with the status quo.
It’s only when they have too much time on their hands that trouble starts:
The Devil makes work for idle handsdictionary.cambridge.org
The ‘powers that be’ are trying to keep us all bedazzled by glamourous stars of the entertainment industry, but with a pandemic changing the dynamic of everyday life, the other element (enough money for food and rent) is under threat, as probably never before in recent history. And what do people do, when their lives have no hope? Riot.
And governments are ‘playing politics’ to score (non-existent) points against their rivals.
When will they ever learn?
During an Election Year…
It has been noted elsewhere that election years, especially in the United States, bring out the worst in people. And also that there is some disease or another on the loose somewhere in the world, with fear being the great motivator for change, or not.
This year is just the best (worst) example of manipulation I have ever seen. Shutting down the world has demonstrated (in a negative way) how interconnected we all are.
You don’t know what you’ve got ’till it’s goneJoni Mitchell “Big Yellow Taxi”
We have seen a new ‘heavenly sight’ in the skies in recent days. It is called NEOWISE. Does that mean that we are ‘newly wise’? I hope so.
And like all such heavenly bodies, it too will be gone one day.
Everything is ephemeral, even comets.