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The Ultimate Compatibility Test

Monday, November 18th, 2013
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The ultimate compatibility test, one that will quickly reveal how compatible you are with another person on a personal or professional level, is greatly sought after.

The problem is that it doesn’t exist, at least in a form usable by anyone, without having to learn any forms of personality analysis.

True compatibility is much deeper than sharing a lot of the same interests and ideals. You’ve been there before, undoubtedly: you seem to have similar personalities, interests, and values; both lack significant personality red flags, yet you still bring out the worst in each other.

How can this be, you ask? It’s because genuine compatibility goes much deeper than your biases, background, values, whether or not you like sports, culinary tastes, politics, religion, how much you’re willing to work at it to make it harmonious, or what you like to do for fun.

The ultimate compatibility test has everything to do with invisible forces beyond conventional thinking, and it has little to do with subjective self-tests and on-line quizzes. The more limited the self-knowledge (typically, very limited), the greater the results of self-tests and quizzes are skewed, and that’s not even including the honesty factor; people notoriously answer how they think they should answer or in a way that indicates they’re seeking some sort of “I’m a good person” award.

Authentic compatibility isn’t a choice. The compatibility between every pair of individuals is as exclusive as your fingerprints, it’s unchangeable, and it’s measureable.

I employ the ultimate compatibility test in my systems of analysis. I realize the skepticism you may have about such a statement, but I believe it is true after testing countless methods and developing my own methodologies over the last 20+ years.

Additionally, it would take years to instruct someone (especially a person who favors modern astrology techniques) how to fully utilize my proprietary systems of analysis, which are compartmentalized and coded for security. They are as useful to the uninitiated as a jungle map in an ancient tribal language, while stuck in the middle of the Amazon without any survival skills.

I measure compatibility, along with personality and timing. In my view, there exist several requirements to discover true compatibility. Although you must consult with me to yield the benefits of my ultimate compatibility test, the time and money you save, and peace of mind you gain, is invaluable.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

The Truth About What is Fated in Life

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013
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“Life calls the tune, we dance.”
John Galsworthy

Routinely, success has a lot to do with your resourcefulness in how you respond to what is fated in life.

Don’t believe in fate? After reviewing many of the circumstances in your life that you can’t control, you may reconsider.

Due to long-term observation of the circumstances in many people’s lives, along with simultaneous predictive analysis, I believe I’m in a position to offer an educated viewpoint on the topic of fate.

My long-term findings show that the general inclination of your future is fated, along with many of the core particulars. The overall framework of life circumstances involving money, love life, family, partnerships, career, and much more is fated in life.

What’s that you say? People can choose a much better life if they want? Only to a point, no matter how many inspirational books they read. But what they can do is respond as constructively as possible to that which they can’t change. There’s nothing limiting about embracing the notion of personal fate.

Considering all the various ways people “choose” to behave, when you identify distinct patterns in the comprehensive charts time and time again symbolizing that “chosen” behavior, you realize it’s not choice, but fate.

Please note: my philosophy is that you should always assertively work toward your goals and that fate usually necessitates that you do so. Consider personal fate and free will partners. However, fate (rewarding or challenging) does show up at your doorstep without warning, at times.

Understanding which situation you’re in—just leaving, about to encounter, or currently encountering problems—allows you to take appropriate action. Dialing in to the specifics and timing of your personal fate allows you to minimize your overall risk and maximize the rewards, no matter what is fated in your life.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

Fate vs. Free Will: Fate Always Prevails

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013
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The fate vs. free will debate will probably continue ad infinitum, just like the creationism vs. evolution argument.

I’d like to be able to give people infinite hope by telling them that unavoidable personal adversity doesn’t have to exist, that they can override fate with their free will, but our findings completely contradict that notion. In the fate vs. free will competition, fate always prevails.

There’s nothing for me to gain by telling you that there’s a lot in your life that you can’t change, including circumstances that will unfold no matter what you do, that fate prevails in the fate vs. free will match.

Why unavoidable personal fate and adversity exist is a topic for another article, but ultimately it has everything to do with personal accountability and reaping what you sow.

An aside, it goes without saying that you’re going to tell someone with a near-fatal wound as she lies there on the ground, “You’re going to make it, hang in there.” It can be the difference between life and death.

However, delivering a you-can-do-it-fate-does-not-exist message to someone who wants to know about their future only sets someone up for disappointment and, or worse. Why not tell it like it is to help the person prepare for the predestined challenges? I’m all for inspiration, but it must be grounded in realism.

The fate-doesn’t-exist crowd proclaims, “If someone says you can’t change fate, run! They are not telling you the truth.”

There are four main possible reasons for rejecting fate in the fate vs. free will debate:

1. The practitioner is simply out of her league; she can’t predict personal fate using her superficial approach. By saying, “The outcome is up to you, nothing is set in stone,” she hedges her bets. In doing so, she becomes an inspirational coach, not someone who acts in the ancient tradition of interpreting personal fate.
2. The psychic is very talented, sees future personal adversity and predetermined circumstances, but does not want to upset his client, so he says, “It could go either way. Tread carefully and you’ll be okay,” knowing the outcome will be tragic.
3. The denier of personal fate and unavoidable adversity senses deep down inside that her overall fate isn’t very fruitful, she isn’t strong enough to come to terms with it, thus prefers to pretend she can create the life of her dreams, no matter her predetermination.
4. The person rejects the notion of personal fate, choosing to believe he can achieve anything he puts his mind to. Setting significant goals and doing everything you can to achieve them is absolutely how you should live your life, but an ego-fueled outlook on life, void of humility too often ends in disaster.

A sure way to offer an educated opinion on whether or not personal fate exists in the fate vs. free will discussion involves spending countless hours observing the key circumstances in people’s lives, in conjunction with objective predictive analysis.

Those who claim, “You always have a choice,” refuse to acknowledge the notion that people “choose” to do that which aligns with their personal fate regardless of how much decision-making power they think they have. Fate prevails in the fate vs. free will contest, but fate and free will conspire to manifest the circumstances in your life.

I’ve received many e-mails about the fate vs. free will issue; this is one of the more recent ones: “Some psychics say you can change when a prediction happens, that you can make it happen earlier by removing blocks and you can also delay it by doing things like thinking about it too much or asking the spirit world for a time frame too often which can delay it? Is that true in your opinion?”

My findings clearly show that “removing blocks” won’t allow you to cheat fate. If something is going to happen, it will happen, at the time it’s supposed to happen.

Don’t be discouraged about the realities of fate vs. free will. Within the theory of predestination is the promise of the rewarding things in your life being fated too. Although immutable personal adversity will always exist, if you believe, you can achieve it, as long as the goal harmonizes with your destined path.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

Subconscious Mind Power

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013
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Subconscious mind power is, surprisingly, not widely recognized. As outlined in this blog post, subconscious mind power rules your life.

One of the more shocking examples of subconscious mind power and how it operates on its own, despite your efforts to control it, involves sex.

No matter how virtuous your intentions, your subconscious mind sometimes has sex with someone other than your partner.

For those of you who don’t have a romantic partner, your subconscious mind may have sex with other people’s partners, among others; the subconscious mind doesn’t even acknowledge the concept of monogamy.

Your subconscious mind can’t tell the difference between imagination and reality, and it certainly won’t obey your command to avoid focusing on sex.

Your promise of never thinking unfaithful thoughts is broken almost as soon as it leaves your mouth. You vow chastity, while your subconscious mind is attending a swinging singles party.

It’s perfectly natural to think “not very nice” thoughts sometimes. You can’t control your subconscious mind power, but you can detach from it, such as through meditation.

The problem is when you deny your subconscious mind power, creating a battle between your conscious and unconscious mind. Even worse is lacking control of your behavior, falling under the influence of negative subconscious mind power.

“If our subconscious was attractive, we wouldn’t have to bury it down deep within us.” Doug Coupland

To limit your risk, know the details of the subconscious mind power of those you allow into your life.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

The Truth About Your Divine Purpose

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013
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My long-term, empirical findings tell me that everyone has a divine purpose.

I define divine purpose as something you agreed to do before you were born.

One or more of the following may be your divine purpose:

1.    Being a good friend, sister, brother, mother, or father.

2.    Teaching, thus empowering others.

3.    Doing the work that you do, no matter how inconsequential it seems.

4.    Standing up for your human and sovereign rights.

5.    Speaking your truth.

6.    Being who you are instead of being what someone else wants you to be.

7.    Living your everyday life, pragmatically following your dreams, and doing what feels most appropriate toward achieving your long-term goals.

Perhaps the list above contrasts with what you’ve heard from inspirational speakers—a myth that goes something like this: “All you have to do is find your divine purpose and all the success and riches will be yours.”

That only happens if you have enough inborn (preordained) resourcefulness and ability, your personal timing supports your goals (predestined), and everything else falls into place (again, predestined).

An aside, it’s recommended to avoid confusing “heart’s desire” with ego-self demands and matters relating to instant gratification.

The more you are completely in synch with your personal fate (which is exactly the same as destiny), the less inner conflict you will experience.

The truth is, everyone’s divine purpose is different, and most people’s divine purpose doesn’t include big money and fame. My Life Purpose Package helps you identify your optimum life direction, and much more.

“The universe” wants you to do something. That’s just another way to say that your personal fate is pushing you in the direction of your predetermined path. Have faith that you will take the right step at the right time.

No matter how insignificant your divine purpose seems to be, it’s vital to your destiny, and probably a lot more important to the fate of others than you realize.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

Fate vs. Free Will: Fatalism is Realism

Tuesday, July 9th, 2013
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The fate vs. free will debate has raged since ancient times. One sure way to offer an educated viewpoint on the topic of fate vs. free will involves two things:

  1. Long-term observation of the circumstances and events in the lives of many individuals.
  2. Simultaneous, objective predictive analysis, such as identifying the corresponding patterns of the comprehensive astrology and numerology charts to the key events and circumstances in many people’s lives.

My findings indicate that at least 75% of the core circumstances and events in everyone’s life are predetermined. I’ve been called “fatalistic,” yet people who know me realize I’m an optimist.

Merriam-webster dictionary defines fatalism as, “A doctrine that events are fixed in advance so that human beings are powerless to change them…”

While I believe you have free will to make the most of your life, it’s impossible to deny unalterable personal fate after you see the constant repetition of patterns in the comprehensive charts directly corresponding to happenings in people’s lives.

Some inspirational speakers argue that fatalism is pessimistic and a deadly adversary, that unavoidable personal adversity doesn’t exist, and to admit to fatalism is to create personal adversity.

Such contentions are seen for what they are–myths–when you witness unavoidable personal fate in action. There is a lot in life you can’t control, like the actions of other people, though that doesn’t mean you can’t be an optimist.

Although it may not be politically correct, it isn’t pessimistic, for example, to acknowledge that there exist, and always will exist, legions of very bad people in this world that would blow you to kingdom come if given the chance.

It also isn’t pessimistic to state the obvious, that people, generally, don’t ever really change. Combine that with the fact that you can’t control the actions of other people, along with the many other things in life you can’t dictate, and you’re faced with the reality that you don’t have 100% control over the events and circumstances in your life.

Thus, fatalism is realism, and such a philosophy is a sign of humility. In addition, it allows you to better prepare for life’s challenges and capitalize on the rewards to live a more gratifying life.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

Skeptic Q & A: Can an Astrologer Guess Your Birthday?

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013
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“This is how you test astrology: can an astrologer guess your birthday after getting to know you? Most astrologers can’t. Something I have done in the past is offer a fake birthday. For example may 6th. They then make vague generalisations, I let them know its really november 17th. Then they will say something like ‘that makes so much more sense.’ Then when I explain that its all complete bullshit, they don’t listen.”

Your premise involves Sun sign astrology. Unfortunately, Sun sign astrology isn’t real astrology.

A better way to phrase that question is “Can an astrologer guess some of the key patterns in your charts after getting to know your personality?” The answer is yes.

Unfortunately, the “This (one single aspect, like a Day of Birth) means that (distinct personality traits)” approach to astrology (or numerology) only serves as entertainment. It won’t give you accurate results.

Real astrology involves pattern recognition, empirical science, and it is far more complex than 99% of the astrology you find on the Internet.

A person’s birthday, the three numbers–month, day, and year–are part of the data used to derive complex patterns in the comprehensive charts.

If I see the same 38 patterns in the comprehensive charts of one person that I have witnessed in the charts of more than 1700 other people who have fallen from grace, for example, that person will suffer a major correction in their life. Loss of respect, status, and or, some other life-changing event will occur and it won’t be a pleasant experience.

Extremes, negative or positive, are easier to identify in the charts and it’s always fascinating to watch fate manifest, particularly when the subject has no idea you are paying attention to the happenings in his or her life.

More information here about astrology: Addressing Astrology Skepticism

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

Fate vs. Free Will: Total Control of Your Fate is a Myth

Monday, March 11th, 2013
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Do you believe that you are the “master of (your) destiny,” that all circumstances in your life are within your control?

Napoleon Bonaparte, early 19th century French military commander, said, “Circumstances – what are circumstances? I make circumstances.”

Napoleon’s accomplishments are legendary. He’s one of the most successful Western military leaders of all time.

However, nobody is invincible. You have to wonder what was going through Napoleon’s mind at Waterloo, his final defeat. Do you think he was content with the circumstances he made in that battle?

What about his personal demise, after a relatively brief military and political reign? He spent the last six years or so of his life in a British prison, and perished at age 51.

Success is largely about setting realistic goals, along with persistence and discipline to make those goals a reality.

Sometimes, you have little to no interference and success is attainable. Other times, no matter how hard you work, external variables beyond your control prohibit accomplishment. As the saying goes, the journey is more important than the destination. It’s what you learn along the way.

I believe that you have complete free will on the other side, prior to incarnating in bodily form. I also believe you (your personality) must endure limits to your free will as a human being because if you did have absolute free will, you would never learn the lessons you’re here to learn.

Acknowledging the legitimacy of predestination, including unalterable personal adversity, engenders humility and a realistic outlook on life. It isn’t an excuse to avoid assertively taking action every day to fulfill your dreams, nor is it an excuse to possess a victim consciousness.

More on fate vs. free will and the secret reason behind success and failure.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

Revealed: The Purpose of Personal Adversity and Fate

Monday, March 4th, 2013
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You’re told that you can achieve anything, as long as you work hard.

Unfortunately, the guillotine of personal adversity and fate slices right through that promise and proves there are limits in life, like when your goals conflict with your destiny. There’s a lot in life that you can’t control.

By all means, strive to know yourself well enough so you set realistic goals that are commensurate with your abilities and predetermined path, and do everything in your power to realize those goals. The journey in attaining your goals, even if you fail, is paramount.

Most people view life as a mix of rewards and challenges. It’s not supposed to be exclusively about enjoyment, self-gratification, and experiencing “the life of your dreams,” though that’s certainly been a clever marketing ploy in the self-help field.

At times, life’s challenges seem almost too much to endure. You’re not alone if you’ve asked, “Why me? Why is this happening?”

No matter what choice you make when you are faced with life’s biggest dilemmas, sometimes nothing seems like a satisfactory option. Under those circumstances, the best choice always involves unconditional love.

The best choice, the one most aligned with your optimum path, is more recognizable as your self-awareness increases. Whatever is best for you, such as deciding to divorce or relocate, is for the highest good of all involved, despite the resistance you may receive from others (ignore the “shoulds”).

The best way to deal with personal adversity, the tough stuff in life, is to approach it head-on. Accept what you can’t change, be grateful for the experience, and do your best to embrace and make the most of it. Each time you do so, you go through a mini transmutation; you grow emotionally, mentally, and spiritually, and edge closer to the being you are predestined to become.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

Q & A: “Can People Read the Future?”

Monday, October 8th, 2012
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I’ve heard the question asked many times, phrased one way or another, “Can you read the future?”

The question needs to be more specific. The most obvious answer to such a broad question is, “No, of course you can’t know everything about the future.”

Nobody can tell you exactly what’s going to happen, and when, regarding every geopolitical occurrence, natural disaster, and medical and technology breakthrough, for example.

However, the more background information you have about such mundane, non-personal circumstances, the easier it is to offer estimates, obviously.

Personal Futures are Readable

Warning: the following content is not politically correct, pull-the-wool-over-your-eyes New Age inspiration, though this information can help you enormously on your spiritual path.

I’m well aware of the likelihood that you won’t get on the best-seller lists by pointing out the hard, cold realities of life, but you will eventually be grateful for this insight.

Everyone seems to have an opinion about predestination, but the only way a person can offer an educated viewpoint about the topic is through the following:

1.    Long-term, objective observation of the circumstances in the lives of many people.

2.    Simultaneous personality and predictive work, utilizing reliable methods, such as the ancient sciences of numerology and astrology (or tarot, or pure intuitive predictive work, etc.).

My (and Stephen Petullo’s) long-term findings indicate that at least 75% of the key circumstances and events—rewarding and challenging–in everyone’s life are predetermined.

Once you witness, as I have, the relentless recurrence of patterns in the comprehensive numerology and astrology charts completely corresponding to events and circumstances in people’s lives, you will stop rejecting the concept of personal fate (otherwise known as destiny or predestination). More information here.

See this article for more information about today’s superficial astrology vs. ancient astrology and which studies (none) prove numerology and astrology invalid.

I don’t believe in the astrology you’ve been exposed to either.

It’s always amusing to hear people say, “My fate isn’t predetermined.” When asked about when they will “manifest,” as “master of (their) destiny,” the “unlimited possibilities” they allude to, they say it’s a work in progress. Yet twenty years later their lives haven’t changed much, other than the additional debt incurred from their addiction to inspirational books, seminars, and retreats.

They don’t really talk about what they’ve “created” that is so unusual, and if they do it’s something that is foreseeable (the general form of it) in the comprehensive charts, which indicates to me that it’s part of their fate anyway.

Then there are those who say they’re familiar with their destiny, but they can change it. But what they see as different from their fate really wasn’t outside of their personal predestination. They simply misinterpreted their fate from the beginning.

Also, my findings (and Stephen Petullo’s findings) clearly indicate that your destiny isn’t changed by the way you respond to any given circumstance; personal fate is measurable, no matter how you respond—that response is part of your fated path.

Those who say, “Fate is not written in stone,” haven’t bothered to progress beyond preliminaries in authentic comprehensive charting, or because they want an easy out when their prediction doesn’t manifest. It’s like gazing at the night sky and saying, “It’s not possible to predict where a constellation will be in the sky at this time of night, relative to this location, 5 months from now.” (It is.)

Regarding predicting the future and self-fulfilling prophesy, see this article.

The legitimacy of authentic astrology is realized through informally observing the life events and circumstances of other people without telling them, in conjunction with paying attention to their personal natal and cyclical timing charts. In this way, ‘self-fulfilling prophesy’ isn’t applicable.”

An aside, saying that a person who does predictive work, “doesn’t trust the universe,” is like saying the employees of the California Geological Survey in their earthquake preparedness and safety work, “don’t trust mother nature.” Stuff happens in real life. No matter how much you trust the universe there will be many times in your life that you have no control over what happens, but you can make the most of it if you are prepared.

By the way, this outlook doesn’t promote a negligent or passive disposition toward life. Aside from accepting what you can’t change in life, I always recommend striving for self-knowledge and assertively going after your goals; doing so is part of your fate.

The Benefits of Knowing Yourself and Your Future

1.    The esoteric sciences like comprehensive astrology and numerology, along with handwriting analysis (and hypnosis, tarot, etc.), allow you to deepen your self-knowledge. You gain a greater awareness of your strengths and challenges, which can help you set the most appropriate, realistic goals in life.

2.    Self-awareness assists in spiritual growth; self-actualization is the ultimate goal.

3.    You can plan for the future, capitalizing on the rewarding times, and mitigating the bitterness of the rough patches in life.

4.    Life becomes so much more meaningful once you recognize that order exists in this universe, and life isn’t random.

5.    You get to see fate in action, which gives you an authentic sense of control of your life, even while you can’t control fated circumstances, because you recognize the legitimacy of the concept of what goes around comes around.

Various forms of unique, unavoidable personal adversity exist and they always dump an ice-cold bucket of reality on the “anything is possible” belief.

I love inspiration too, such as the inspiration I derive from music, mainly because it’s instrumental in goal-achievement. But it’s important that your inspiration is grounded in reality. Otherwise, it’s an unhealthy escape where you end up being smacked in the head with life’s actualities once the “anything is possible” delusion fades.

“Accidents of birth” don’t exist. That’s a poor-me, victim mentality and, or just resentment of those born under more favorable life conditions. On a deeper, spiritual level, it’s a denial of personal accountability involving what your soul (not your current personality) chose for this lifetime. Things aren’t random in this universe, nor are the conditions of your life. This philosophy isn’t about abandoning human compassion. Instead, it allows you to generate more of it, knowing that every single person on this planet is of the same spirit, and worthy of your empathy and unconditional love.

You have free will to make the most of your life, within the unavoidable framework called personal fate. You can’t just delete the tough parts in life, but your perspective can make all the difference in the world.

Copyright © 2012 Scott Petullo