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Posts Tagged ‘Astrology: Predicting Betrayal’

Astrology: Predicting Betrayal

Sunday, October 9th, 2016
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Everyone experiences various forms of betrayal throughout their life, some people more than others.

Betrayal of trust, or deliberate disloyalty, is defined by Merriam-Webster dictionary as “…to give information about (a person, group, country, etc.) to an enemy, to hurt (someone who trusts you, such as a friend or relative) by not giving help or by doing something morally wrong…”

It can involve failing to follow through on a promise, contractual or otherwise, whether it be marriage vows, familial obligations, or a business arrangement.

The most common form of betrayal seems to be romantic infidelity, though disloyalty can manifest in countless ways.

The concept of victimhood is complicated. I recognize that sometimes people are treated unfairly, yet my findings show time and time again that it’s fated, like an unstoppable force barreling down a mountain.

Seeing predetermination manifest time and time again, clearly represented in the astrology and numerology patterns, makes you reconsider reality as perceived by the mainstream. The objective conclusion is that betrayal is frequently fated. That may sound horrible, but I’m just reporting my findings.

One way to ease the pain of betrayal is to avoid expectations. Sounds easy, but it isn’t. Everyone has expectations about how others should behave and many times they seem justified.

You may suggest that the perpetrator could have behaved differently, but the fact is they didn’t and if given another opportunity, they would likely do it again. I’m not making an excuse for bad behavior; I’m simply saying there’s a lot in life you can’t control, especially other people’s behaviorAlso, if you’re inclined to believe the spiritual laws of karma and fate, nobody gets away with anything—the wrongdoer doesn’t get a free pass.

It’s not easy to predict the exact nature and precise timing of a major episode of double-dealing, but I do predict the general nature of the betrayal and the approximate timing, usually in a six to twelve month time frame.

The first step in predicting betrayal is to review your comprehensive astrology and numerology charts–you may have a karmic date with destiny involving betrayal. I’m not saying you deserve it; my role isn’t to explain the why, but instead link life circumstances with patterns in the charts to help you prepare for and mitigate the consequences.

Those who are forced to endure significant betrayal, whether it be related to their love life, career, family, or otherwise, share a commonality: they possess the related natal and timing patterns, those unfortunate grimace-inducing signposts.

The next step in identifying the potential for treachery and predicting it is to consider the other person in question. Red flag personality traits such as dishonesty, in excess, all but guarantee deception. Unfortunately, if you’re in denial about the person’s true character, and you ignore all the warning signs, you have only yourself to blame.

People never change much. It’s up to you to get to know someone well enough before opening yourself up to excessive risk.

Three different groups emerge from those fated to endure excessive betrayal, as symbolized by the astrology and numerology patterns: those who are in denial about it; those who suffer greatly; and those who surrender expectations, do what they can to limit risk, and accept what is out of their control, adopting a mystic’s outlook.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo