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Posts Tagged ‘fate’

The Great Failed Relationship Dilemma

Monday, August 28th, 2017
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It may surprise you that many relationships are predetermined to not last forever, that is, end sooner than expected.

An acquaintance recently endured a painful divorce. She did everything the way she was supposed to, including treating her mate with dignity, love, and respect. Her mate got tired of the relationship and left her for another lover.

The problem is that sometimes, no matter what you do, things don’t go the way you want.

Before you call me a fatalist, let’s agree that you can’t choose the way you’ll be tested in life, no matter how much you strive toward your goals, or how many inspirational books you read.

The term “failed relationship” is reminiscent of expecting a beloved pet to live as long as you do. It’s a misnomer for a relationship that lasted as long as it was predestined to last.

It’s not cruel to point out the truth of the matter when you look at it from a spiritual perspective: it was her predetermined path to experience what she experienced, including the pain of the separation.

She knew deep within her subconscious mind from the very beginning that the relationship wasn’t going to be life-long and that her ex wasn’t the monogamous type. “But her mate should have stayed with it,” the idealists say. Yes, it’s best to do all you can to save a relationship, but sometimes, when it’s over, it’s over.

The patterns in her comprehensive astrology and numerology charts symbolize the rough break-up outlined above and did so from the moment she was born.

It isn’t my job to explain why, by the way. For whatever reason, her soul (not her personality) chose that particular life occurrence. I didn’t share my findings with her until after the divorce, though if she had inquired, I would have. Extreme patterns symbolizing significant, troublesome (or the opposite) life episodes are easy for me to identify, though, understandably, not so easy for others to digest.

She couldn’t have been “smarter from the beginning” about the situation. Time and time again, personal fate (the “good” and the “bad”) manifests as outlined in the esoteric patterns and there’s nothing you can do to avoid it, especially since the key “decisions” also appear to be fated. The “unexplainable draw,” the glue that helps to bring about personal predetermination is a relentlessly fascinating study, whether the ultimate karmic plan is rewarding or challenging.

My philosophy is that you should strive to be optimistic and you shouldn’t discourage impressionable people (e.g., children), but don’t exploit their innocence either and tell them anyone can have a harmonious, life-long relationship as long as they are fair-minded.

One solution to this dilemma is to be more business-like about relationships, but few people are willing to do that due to it potentially “killing the romance.” So you have a choice: continue to be swept away by Neptune’s illusion, or avoid the crowd-pleasing platitudes and escapist notions and squarely face reality so that life becomes more tolerable and ultimately more enjoyable.

Copyright © 2017 Scott Petullo

Astrology Prediction: Patterns Represent Fate

Monday, June 13th, 2016
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Accurate astrology prediction depends on pattern recognition and the premise of fate.

Understandably, personal fate is a precarious proposition for most people. Generally, people aren’t excited to find out how some of their hopes, dreams, and expectations contrast with their predestination.

The main advantage of the esoteric sciences of astrology and numerology is to gain knowledge of your personal timing and fate so that you can brace for challenges and make the most of your life.

Once you get past the surrender-your-power-through-prediction myth, and the inherent bias toward and lack of understanding of prophesy which permeates society today, it’s liberating to be privy to the hidden patterns of your life.

“My life seemed to be a series of events and accidents. Yet when I look back, I see a pattern.” Benoit B. Mandelbrot, originator of fractal geometry

This site includes some fascinating images related to Benoit B. Mandelbrot’s “…visionary, maverick approach, harnessing computer power to develop a geometry that mirrors the complexity of the natural world, with applications in many practical fields.”

According to this site, “…Mandelbrot…attributed much of his success to this unconventional education. It allowed him to think in ways that might be hard for someone who, through a conventional education, is strongly encouraged to think in standard ways. It also allowed him to develop a highly geometrical approach to mathematics, and his remarkable geometric intuition and vision began to give him unique insights into mathematical problems.”

A broader perspective, beyond standard ways and traditional thinking, is necessary to grasp how personal fate and the related timing can be measured.

Once you observe the continual recurring patterns (consisting of scores of indicators) in the comprehensive astrology and numerology charts directly symbolizing key conditions and circumstances in people’s lives, it’s easy to believe in the concept of fate. The benefits of doing so are vast, including knowing yourself and your personal timing well beyond conventional standards.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo

Warning About Decision-making: The Misconception of Choice

Monday, May 16th, 2016
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The power of choice is sometimes yours, and sometimes not. The erroneous belief that you’re in absolute conscious control of your fate is as outlandish as believing you will live forever.

I’m all for inspiration—I generate inspiration every day—but put aside the rhetoric spewed by motivational speakers for a moment and consider that there are two key forces that rule your life: the power of your subconscious mind, and your personal fate—the things in your life you can’t change.

Making the right decisions in life won’t give you everything you’ve ever dreamed of, unless it’s part of your fate, because that isn’t the way things go in the real world.

You don’t need me to prove my assertions about predestination to know that there are times in your life that your faith is unexpectedly tested, you can’t control what other people do or say, and rejection and other unavoidable happenings are completely beyond your control.

A fascinating study in Psychological Science suggests “..the conscious experience of choice may be constructed after we act — even when it feels like it is the cause of our behavior.” In other words, your subconscious mind may have a lot more influence on your decision-making that you may realize.

Your subconscious fears and defenses may not be a problem for you at all. Unfortunately, until you know someone well—whether in business or your personal life—his hidden red flag personality traits could pose a serious threat. Wise decision-making includes thoroughly vetting those you allow into your life and I recommend multiple forms of scrutiny, including my unorthodox security investigations.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo

Astrology: Moon Secrets Revealed

Monday, August 17th, 2015
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Deciphering the symbolism of the Moon in a person’s comprehensive astrology charts gives you a lot of information about his or her personality and personal fate.

Perhaps you’re familiar with the basic symbolism of New Moons (beginnings), Full Moons (endings) or lunar eclipses. While these types of elementary timing factors can give you an idea of the cyclical nature of time, it’s necessary to delve much deeper into the science of astrology to get consistently high accuracy rates and dramatically limit your risk.

Below I list select Moon secrets and features.

  1. The Moon is feminine and rules the sign of Cancer. The Moon is exalted in the sign of Taurus. The Moon in the sign of Capricorn or Scorpio (notice the opposite of the sign it rules and the sign in which it is exalted) is unfavorable, but that energy can be symbolically reduced. The negative or positive energy of any given indicator is diminished or corroborated by the energy of the other hundreds of factors.
  2. The Moon symbolizes priests, shamans, divination, hypnotism, visionaries, astrologers (and numerologists), those who make their living on the seas or other bodies of water (captains of ships, fishing industry workers, etc.), herbal remedies, business dealings, businessmen and businesswomen, nurses, and mothers.
  3. It also symbolizes overall difficulties in life if the subject is born between a Full Moon and New Moon (or if the Moon and its ruler are in a weak house), or the opposite if born between a New Moon and Full Moon (or if the Moon and its ruler are in a strong house).
  4. The strength of a person’s natal Moon has a lot to do with whether he or she is burdened with extensive personal adversity, or the opposite, a very rewarding lifetime largely free of misfortune and hardship, or somewhere in between.
  5. The most powerful heavenly body in a person’s comprehensive charts (it isn’t the modern astrology “chart ruler,” the Ascendant ruler) and everything linked to it offers a great deal of information. When it’s the Moon, this person has a much greater likelihood than average (as always, based on corroborating factors) of being burdened with the propensity to overeat and gain excess weight. Such a Moon with select afflictions represents obesity. A very potent natal Moon is also more likely than average to represent a talent for prophesy.
  6. The Moon has a lot to do with love interests—if the love interest is a woman. It (along with other factors) embodies romantic partners.
  7. I disregard most transits as immaterial, but here is an easy astrology trick involving Moon transits that can help you limit your risk a little bit.

Beyond basics, such as the cycles of the Moon, the Moon offers a tremendous amount of information in relation to personal timing, personality, and personal fate.

Copyright © 2015 Scott Petullo

Fate: What is Destined and What is Not

Monday, April 13th, 2015
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“What is destined and what is not? What about when you marry? Is that unalterable as well? What about job promotions and changes? When you get pregnant and when you give birth?

My findings show that at least 75% of the core circumstances and events in everyone’s life are predetermined.

Basically, if the issue you’re concerned about is important, whether it’s rewarding or challenging, it is predestined.

The “why” about karma, which is directly linked to predestination, is discussed in this article.

Are you thirty-two years old, desperately wanting to get married, yet can’t seem to find a partner? Love life connections are fated. Marriage is simply a legally binding agreement, a human construct. The stress in your life about being single and not in a rewarding relationship, if significant enough, is predetermined.

It’s my responsibility to report my findings objectively: many people just aren’t destined to enjoy what is regarded by society as a mutually rewarding, life-long love life connection (i.e., marriage).

The real world is not a romantic fairy-tale. Despite appearances, how many people would divorce tomorrow if finances permitted, the social stigma disappeared, and concern about the kids wasn’t an issue? Divorce rates could very well be 80% or higher instead of 50%.

Fortunately, there are other relationship models, besides conventional marriage, that work better for some individuals.

Besides key love life connections, my findings show that significant career beginnings, peak points, and changes, as well as having a child or children, along with the other key things in your life, are all fated.

Extreme patterns in people’s comprehensive charts, symbolizing past, present, and future ups and downs in various areas of life, are easy for me to identify.

A woman won’t ever give birth if she has crystal clear patterns of infertility in the charts. In her case, the 25% area (the other 75%, as I say above, is fixed) that is open to free will can’t be used to get pregnant and have a child. Alternatively, she may be destined to adopt–if a soul is destined to come into your life in the form of a child, it will happen somehow.

Someone else may have obvious patterns of a fall from grace in his career. That person won’t reach the pinnacle of career success he desires. In his case, the 25% area that is open to free will can’t be used to overcome career challenges.

The truth about what is fated in life isn’t scary when you consider that many of the rewarding things in life are also predestined. Everyone’s predestination and timing is different.

I’m not a fatalist. My findings simply show me the cold, hard realities of life, yet I still believe you can make the most of life with your free will, within the confines of your fate.

How you view and capitalize on your fated life circumstances makes all the difference in the world.

Copyright © 2015 Scott Petullo

Barbara Walters: Career Success and Fate

Monday, May 26th, 2014
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Barbara Walters doesn’t owe her decades-long broadcasting career success to luck.

While being interviewed a few days before she retired on May 16th, 2014, she answered these questions:

1. “You’re one of the most successful broadcasters, ever. What do you attribute your success to?”

She replied, in part, “…hard work…persistence…I love what I do…”

2. “You’re 84 and you’re only now retiring. How did you do it?”

She answered, “…I don’t have a special diet…I have about 8 hours of sleep each night…” In other words, she has no unusual habits and no super-human traits.

Barbara Walters revealed she doesn’t know why her career lasted much longer than average, other than loving her work and working hard.

Predestined Success

I have a theory about her success: it’s her fate. Reviewing her comprehensive astrology and numerology charts, I see extremely favorable patterns for career success and longevity.

Her accomplishments, renown, and being at the forefront of her profession until her retirement at age 84 aren’t a surprise to me.

What’s remarkable is that few people seem to consider predestination as the reason for her exceptional life circumstances.

Free Will and Fate

Barbara Walters commented that in her younger years she recalls seeing an advertisement involving a 70 year-old woman struggling to climb stairs. She became determined to avoid those circumstances and intended long ago that she would be active and youthful well into her “old age.”

Granted, her intent may be a factor, but her charts tell me her collective timing and natal patterns are absolutely in her favor, displaying the opposite symbolism of someone immobile and alone in a retirement home, 20 years her junior. Others, while having the same intent, drive, decision-making power, and desire, don’t fare as well as Barbara Walters.

Either your unique personal fate supports and allows for the realization of your dreams, or it doesn’t. Motivational speakers, inspirational coaches, and spiritual gurus are powerless to change that.

While I believe everyone should constantly strive toward their lifetime goals, it’s important to consider the concept of predetermination, including things you can’t change in life.

Barbara Walters is fortunate to have the personal fate that includes the talent, health, drive, and 50-plus years of career success as one of the most celebrated broadcasters in history.

Copyright © 2014 Scott Petullo

Save Time with Astrology Forecasting

Monday, December 23rd, 2013
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Astrology forecasting can save you a lot of time.

I’m referring to the type of astrology forecasting I do, rather than the type of astrology you’ve been exposed to.

Unfortunately, you’ve most likely experienced this before: a business prospect, a blind date, or some other meeting that turns out to be a colossal waste of time. An entire morning, afternoon, or evening becomes a lesson in futility because things just don’t go your way, at all.

However, perhaps you’ll be pleased to learn that it’s possible to predict through astrology forecasting if you are likely to be forced to endure a rough span of time. 

Windows of time, delineated through my systems of analysis, comprised of universal trends and the collective energy of your personal timing, range from very favorable, favorable, neutral, unfavorable, to very unfavorable. These phases, which are as brief as 6 hours and as long as many years, signal success or failure.

Let me tell you a story. I had drinks with a lady recently (a first date) and the entire night was full of inconveniences and hassles. She was an hour late and arrived at the wrong meeting place (a few blocks away, which made her even more late), then when we finally did sit down for drinks at the establishment we had both been to multiple times, it was one annoyance after another. The aloof staff (very usual for that place), rude patrons, her undesirable attitude, among other things, made it a night to forget.

Although these types of “very unfavorable” spans of time don’t occur exceedingly often, thankfully, it was one of those “perfect storm” nights.

I recognized the likelihood of significant difficulties for that evening ahead of time, symbolized in the comprehensive charts.

Collective personal short-term timing represented heavy difficulties with her (she offered her birth data prior to that night) during that several-day span on multiple levels, along with difficulties to me in the natal patterns relating to her, accompanied by multiple short-term (daily and three-day) cycles equating to big challenges.

I’ve found that the patterns always represent the actual circumstances, and that’s exactly what happened: an uphill battle and almost a waste of a night.

I say almost a waste of a night because I learned something valuable, as I constantly do by viewing life through the scope of my work. Although I live my life doing what feels optimum at any given moment, as if I’m ignoring the astrology symbolism, I’m always paying attention.

For those of you who are thinking, “self-fulfilling prophecy,” I emphatically disagree. I ruled that out many years ago; it’s impossible for me to make other people behave the way they do without being some sort of wizard, and I don’t make events happen, they simply occur as part of fate.

Plus, the majority of my empirical research involves watching other people’s lives unfold in relation to the charts, and since they’re unaware of it, my observations have no bearing on their life circumstances.

You can save a lot of time by knowing if a specific period, however long, is one of extremes–either very favorable or very unfavorable. Astrology forecasting can help you prepare for and even avoid substantial troubles, make your life more enjoyable, and limit your risk.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

Revealed: Astrology is a Science

Monday, November 11th, 2013
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Astrology is a science, just like psychology and anthropology are sciences.

Merriam-Webster dictionary defines science as, “A knowledge or a system of knowledge covering general truths or the operation of general laws especially as obtained and tested through scientific method.” It defines scientific method as, “Principles and procedures for the systematic pursuit of knowledge involving the recognition and formulation of a problem, the collection of data through observation and experiment, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses.”

Astrology is empirically based. It’s a, “…collection of data through observation and experiment, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses.” Astrology truly is a science.

What’s that you say? Horoscopes couldn’t possibly be scientific? I agree. I don’t believe in the form of astrology you’ve been exposed to either.

I do, however, absolutely believe in authentic astrology, recognized as complex protocols originating between approximately 300 BC and 1700 AD. This body of science was originally intended to outline the overall inclination of your future, and even precise circumstances involving money, career, family, partnerships, love life, sex, power, and much more. An aside, a common misconception among astrology skeptics is that, “your sign has changed…” Cyclical time cycle-based systems of analysis form the foundation for interpreting fate.

Even so, the scientific community routinely dismisses astrology as pseudo-science. Astrology is mocked, yet modern science is rife with fraud and bias.

The scientific community should get their own house in order before casting stones; modern science has serious problems.

Anonymous comment under the above-linked article: “Today’s science is the religion for the atheists. Scientists are the new Messiah who promise to deliver the ‘cure’ and ‘final truth’ for everything, day after day. Scientific world operates like Vatican, with ordained priests, with the power to ex-communicate and burn descending members and voices…”

A minority opinion in the scientific community, even though it may include a valid theory, isn’t just ignored; it can end the researcher’s career. No research grants, no job as a researcher. Follow the money–funds are usually allocated with desired outcomes, and career scientists aren’t above the dark side of human nature.

Despite the widespread skepticism of astrology in the scientific community, you don’t need conventional science authorities to tell you that astrology is a science to benefit tremendously from it. The science of astrology allows you to anticipate twists of fate so that you can mitigate challenges and make the most of your life.

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

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