The reality of predictive mechanisms – Jonathon Cainer

When ever I am looking at the predictive skill and arts, I always come back to the most difficult question. Not do they work, because I have evidence that they do. But why should they work? What sort of reality, what mechanism built into this reality, would allow this to happen?

A few weeks ago, Karen Marsh, my astrologer explained her thoughts on the matter (see post The reality of  astrology in practice). When looking though my research material I also came across an explanation by the famous national Astrologer Jonathan Cainer. His explanation is reproduced, with his permission, in my book Aspects of Reality- a user’s guide to the universe. It is so interesting that I thought it worth reproducing here.

Jonathan’s explanation

When asked how astrology could possibly predict human behavior he stated that;

It can be comprehended if you understand that all things are composed of the same energy but vibrating at different rates. It also helps if you think of our solar system as one being, similar to an atom which has neutrons and protons orbiting a central nucleus.

If you were high enough, you could look down on our solar system as it travels though the universe and see it as an immensely vast series of unbelievably intricate patterns of energy all linked and interacting with each other. So in the same way that ripples are created on the surface of water by a stone being dropped into it, the energy of the full moon pulls babies out of the womb (ask any midwife when is her busiest time) and creates trouble after closing time outside the pub (ask any policeman)”

 In effect he is saying that these linked energies affect us all, all the time. Astrology is a way of predicting the effects at any given time.

Aspects of reality

We are energy beings living in an energy matrix. We are all interconnected. Astrology is a way of interpreting and predicting the effects of the energies of the heavenly bodies have on us all.




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