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Posts Tagged ‘fate’

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

The Secret Reason Behind Success and Failure: What You Can and Can’t Control in Your Life

Monday, May 7th, 2012
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The concept that “you are in complete control of your destiny” is, in one way, true yet, in another, completely false.

Five very talented entrepreneurs with similar successful backgrounds, all about the same age and intelligence level, embark separately on similar investment projects. Two succeed wildly, two lose money, and one fails miserably. Why, because of luck? My view is that personal fate is disguised as luck, no matter how diligent, adaptable, and resourceful you are.

I’m not talking about a situation where someone prepares so well, such as a farmer taking the time to learn how to more efficiently run his operation, that he boosts his yield commensurately over the previous years.

I’m talking about situations and conditions beyond your control, that conventional thinking hastily labels “luck.”

While it’s accurate to say that you have power over how you decide to deal with the circumstances and events in your life that arise, to believe you can always shape-shift the results into exactly the reality your ego-self demands, like you’re some sort of superhero, is delusional.

Two things you can’t control:

1. The undercurrent of your overall personal karma that symbolically shapes everything in your life and the resulting occurrences. This includes your collective timing, relative to specific areas of your life (e.g., finances, career, love life, etc.).

2. The level of unique, innate strife or harmony between you and another person. Your compatibility with any given person is measurable, and that includes the level of rewarding or challenging energy, professionally or personally.

One thing you can control:

How you react, how much compassion and unconditional love you generate, which can go a long way in enhancing your destiny. You are in control of how you respond, yet your level of resourcefulness (making the most of every situation) is limited to the innate quantity you possess–some people have much more than others.

This doesn’t leave you helpless, but rather it’s a dose of reality so you are that much closer to accepting that which you can’t change in your life, thus making your life more enjoyable and meaningful.

Every action and thought has personal consequences that shape your future karma, much of it in future lives. In that sense, your level of control is profound.

But you must also acknowledge that your control over your current fate is very limited in this specific lifetime and that there will always be parts of your life that you can’t manipulate.

The collective current of your behavior (i.e., “karma”) from previous lifetimes and current life shapes your present like an unyielding force-field and there’s nothing you can do about it besides constructive and ingenious reaction.

Three of the five entrepreneurs mentioned above, had they sought and heeded my advice, would have realized that their personal conditions were brutally perilous at that time, calling for great caution, and they would have avoided financial loss.

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Copyright © 2012 Scott Petullo

Astrology Q&A About T-Squares and “Integration” – Exposing Nonsense

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011
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“How can I integrate a fixed t-square of a 3rd house Pluto in Leo with Mercury in Taurus (11th), and Moon in Scorpio (5th)? I have Aquarius on the 9th house cusp (which I assume is the “empty leg.”) I have traveled, love ancient history, education, meditation, etc., but still have difficulty with 2nd house issues, namely, money.”


Sorry to hear about your financial issues.

In order to save you a lot of time, although your financial concerns may be real, I must tell you that the method with which you’re delineating is insignificant.

In my experience, financial concerns would never be exclusively (not even close) reflected by the mere handful of factors you list.

I’ve found t-squares and the Ptolemaic aspects that comprise them to be only modifying agents, if that. You can’t rely on them as stand-alone factors.

It’s recommended that you move beyond modern astrology techniques and study ancient methodologies, up to about 1700 AD or so.


You can make the most of your circumstances and strive to get ahead, but you can’t always erase and formulate life conditions to your desire. Lots of events and situations in your life are fixed and, or come out of left field, and you can’t change them—you’ll have better luck trying to stop a tsunami. There are no magic wand solutions, despite what you may have been told.

Additionally, working hard and smart will only get you so far within the realm of your distinctive predestination. Such a stance has been ridiculed as “too limiting,” or “fatalistic,” but I’m simply reporting my findings.

What’s really “limiting” is the outright rejection of the theory of predestination, especially without objectively exploring it. It’s condescending to ignore the complexity of someone’s unique personal adversity, dismissively chalk up their problems to “not working smart enough (or hard enough),” and proclaim, “I’ve made lots of money and you can too.”


If, by “integration,” you’re referring to learning how to cope with it, detaching from it, or even trying to modify it to some degree, I wish you the best with that.

However, “integration” sounds like more of a concern for a therapist, not an analyst.

“Counseling” astrologers exist, but all too often I’ve found them to base their work on psychological astrology, which is not genuine astrology, in my view.

Unfortunately, modern astrology has moved too far away from authentic astrology: outlining personal predestination and character. Try as you might, you can’t cheat fate no matter how creative you get with interpretation, but you can make the most of it.

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Copyright © 2011 Scott Petullo

Measuring Success: You Must Look Beyond Mere Personal Qualities

Thursday, April 1st, 2010
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Talent, abilities, intelligence, constructive opportunism, and discipline are behind almost every major success story, such as Bill Gates, Michael Jordan, Madonna, Steve Jobs, and Tiger Woods.

Although many successful people had lucky breaks and were the beneficiaries of unusual circumstances, such as being in the right place at the right time that allowed them to seize a great opportunity, I believe it’s far from being only attributable to “luck.”

The unique advantages on their road to success that these people enjoyed aren’t arbitrary, and they aren’t undeserved. The findings of my long-term empirical research tell me they are part of the tapestry called predestination.

It’s been said that, for example, Bill Gates having a keen interest in computers at the dawn of the personal computer age, while miraculously having access to rare computing technology through his private school starting in the eighth grade (when it was seldom available at the college level), was just a very fortunate break.

However, I believe that’s an erroneous way to look at it. Bill Gates had those opportunities because it was his rewarding karma, which he earned. It was no accident, and it’s perfectly fair.

To say, for instance, that “…the same opportunity wasn’t provided to others and that’s not fair…” is misunderstanding the role of personal fate.

While I’m of the opinion that everyone should have equal rights, it’s not society’s or government’s role to divvy up success in equal parts to everyone. You can’t replicate personal destiny, but you can have an equal playing field where everyone is free to seek the opportunities they desire.

Individual merit, I believe, is intimately tied to past life accomplishments; you bring with you the opportunities, talents, abilities, and rewards that you have earned from past incarnations.

Following a successful person’s “blueprints,” such as Lady Gaga’s image branding, style, outspokenness, and more, might get you more success, but you’ll only have as much success as outlined by your karmic plan.

This may sound “fatalistic” or even depressing to you, but it’s important to avoid keeping score only with material success. There are other forms of success, and you can’t take the tangible rewards with you when you leave any way.

However, by all means, do your best and go for it. Follow your heart and make the most of your time and effort.

Just be aware of the theory that success has a very spiritual angle and is much more than just a set of personal qualities and luck.

Copyright © 2010 Scott Petullo