Have you ever found that your social status continues to dictate your success or failure?
FIXED STARS (most ancient form of astrology) IN A NEW FORM BASED ON ASTRONOMY (physical star data) ADDRESSES THE REALITY OF YOUR SOCIAL POSITION
People are really amazed at the clarity of this astrology. It will bring up your real experiences in life. It will be more practical than ambiguous psychology which may provide relatable diagnosis but lacks in fulfilling your self improvement goals.
Like it or not, we humans are social animals. We are profoundly affected by the quality of our family life. Our social experience dictates much of our potential as we seek to unfold our goals and dreams.
Thinking ourselves to success can be accomplished to some extent by positive thinking and creative thought, as in Law of Attraction. But spiritual and cultural factors tend to remain outside these parameters also, if only by habit. And many of the family realities remain unaddressed. The energy to express these sentiments is also needed.
Our minds tend to be dominated by what is going on with other people around us, even when we are somewhat alone. Patterns of behavior cannot be easily changed by simply deciding.
That’s where Super-Intelligent Astrology brings us the fully human experience, guided by Creator God stars who are born, live and die like us. They live in star families and sometimes alone.
They spend their lives creating the matter of this universe by fusion (not fission like atom-splitting, but uniting atoms to create elements starting with the lightest and building). They are perfect guides to our real life experiences.
No matter how dark your life may seem, with shame, loneliness, even sins, this astrology will provide natural means of improvement that hit the nail exactly.
The family-friendly approach is so strong with Super-Intelligent Astrology that it has even been found that a particular star’s presence ran in a family line, pointing out family dynamics across generations.
I began exploring how accurate astrology could be in 1980. Throughout the years I kept searching for greater accuracy. I found astrology helpful, but in 2012, I was struck by great social conflict while working on my mission in life.
It was in Saudi Arabia, after 11 years of fulltime teaching and curriculum design, mainly in East Asia, that I arrived at a point in my mission in life. I had published a successful dictionary of the New Zealand Maori language, that is kept in some of the most prestigious university libraries around the world.
I was working in the flagship university of female education in the Islamic world, having created a program for teaching professors. I was enjoying exploring the scientific leadership of the golden age of Islamic science, with its encyclopedic minds that produced the books that inspired science in Western Europe in the Middle Ages.
This was a good point of cultural bonding with my students, for conversation. It was with Chinese students starting in 2004 that I’d really begun to learn to make conversation on demand, and this has been an important social skill. I even completed my second dictionary while in China, the Native American one.
That's where almost 20 years of work came up against implacable forces in the site of the former Russian colony in Alaska. I tried a soft approach, my mistake. The hostility had intimidated me from showing my real strength scientifically. The PR effort got taken over by enemy forces.
The impact and future of that dictionary is still in doubt. Entrenched hatreds and a global village dominated by profit motives centered on genetic manipulations (GMO) has taken hold, multiplying anxieties.
I was a child of 11 years when I first had to adapt to a whole new language and culture, in a primitive setting, even using sticks to make fire.
I learned the tribal way of life, the island way of life, the way of life that depends on social skills not money, that depends on the body’s skills and the ability to make things, do things, the will to contribute, the ability to deal with boundaries in a harmonious way.
While I had some strong social advantages, I also had some disadvantages. I was never a brain in the usual academic sense. I need a cultural approach. My work at universities was always blocked by aggressive and jealous teachers.
When you encounter jealousy it can be very hard to get beyond it. It is usually anchored in some common agreements or typical behaviors and beliefs and practices shared in society. Even when you are very skilled and have natural social skills, it can be hard to move past these things.
In 2012, I came up against a large barrier in this form, great hostility shared by many sectors of society worldwide. The hate against myself and my imagined spirituality was strong, and the ridicule and mockery was nasty. I felt my mission in life was endangered.
That mission is to produce nine dictionaries on different world languages, with a native approach that circles around tedious linguistics, a linguistic bias in conventional science that is widely based on colonial views and unscientific practices and ideas. My research in anthropology, in addition to comparative vocabulary work, and new advances I’ve created in psycholinguistics, has confirmed the better science I’m advancing.
But things can change hard, especially when vested interests are very big and strong. A long history of abuse and racial disharmony can be very daunting to face and defeat. My distress at this point in 2012 was compounded by a final failure as a woman to have kids, due to poisoning prenatally for one thing.
So I felt myself at a dead end in many ways, not least of which I had spent my life supporting anti-colonial rights, and needed to get back to my own heritage. Just when I hoped to turn to my own personal needs, I was met by hatred and the birth of cancel culture in my own life.
English teaching had never been my goal, and I needed to stop selling out my own Celtic and French heritage and get out of the perpetual poverty of a wandering philosopher and start making some money for my old age.
Fortunately I was living under the desert skies of the most advanced astrological culture in the world, the Bedouin deserts of Arabia, from where the names of our visible stars came, that are still used today in science such as astronomy. I made a pilgrimage to Alexandria, where the Greek astronomer-astrologer Ptolemy had lived and worked.
I had seen Marina Macario’s astrology service using fixed star insights, and I was inspired by this more direct approach to the stars, and the more ancient traditions based on individual stars, before zodiacs and moon mansions were devised.
I began to delve into the astronomy and physical data of the stars, and to seek an accuracy to astrology that had so far eluded me in its perfection. Later in 2017, under other desert skies in Central Washington, USA, I came to find that I could determine the auspices of a star more perfectly without the myths, but with the physical data of the star alone as the core.
From there, I was able to demand 100% accuracy in my case studies for every single auspice recorded. This proved to be doable, despite my reservations. So that is what I am offering you now.
What I want to offer first is a luxury service, as I’m still doing some data crunching for half of the named stars in the sky. This kind of precision has come at a cost of years of intensive work. I’ve done menial but very positive physical work during these years since discovering this star power in 2012, and I’m very happy to be able to learn online business and offer a modern service that truly addresses our social needs as human beings.
While I have now moved to cloudy Scotland, my ancestral land. I hope you will join me in this great exploration of human potential as guided by the stars. The potential starting with your own self, but not excluding the people in your life who play a vital role.
You will see how wonderful your path is, as you explore how some famous people in case studies have experienced the same dynamics as yourself, and the creative ways in which they have responded.
Most certainly you will know that in your struggles, joys and despairs you are not alone. There are clear and definite practical ways forward that are very doable.