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Posts Tagged ‘Numerology’

Cracking the Compatibility Code

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015
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Lots of people would like to crack the compatibility code, including everyone who wonders if their business partner, employee, friend, or relationship partner is the right match.

In order to crack the code and uncover the actual compatibility between two people, you need to understand the truth about interpersonal compatibility.

My findings about compatibility reveal these key points:

  1. Varying degrees of compatibility exist; two people are either compatible or they aren’t, and it’s measurable. Compatibility can’t be controlled.
  2. The harder you must work to make a relationship work (business or personal), the worse the innate compatibility is between two people.
  3. Subjective self-tests and quizzes may give you an idea of your personal interests and temperament, but they can’t be relied upon to measure true compatibility.
  4. Two people can share a wonderful innate connection, but if one or both possess problem personality traits, such as extreme jealousy, anger, irrationality, unreliability, vanity, dishonesty, or any other red flag personality issues (which are effectively uncovered by handwriting analysis), the connection becomes an up-hill battle.
  5. Shared collective timing, such as several key time cycles, can form the basis of a close relationship. However, when the shared timing ends, so does the relationship, if it’s not rooted in non-timing (i.e., personality) indicators.
  6. At times, you are forced to endure the worst of someone’s character, even if your compatibility is wonderful. This dynamic shows up when your collective timing is unfavorable and representative of discord or similar energy. Personal timing is very significant.
  7. No matter how good the compatibility is between you and another person, it’s wise to keep in mind that most people are not rational creatures. Emotions drive people’s behavior, then they rationalize it by offering logical reasons that aren’t the real reasons.

Intrinsic compatibility between two people can be accurately illustrated on a scale of 1-100, for example.

Extremes are easy for me to identify. In some cases, the measured compatibility between two people is fantastic. In others, it’s horrible. Average compatibility is more common.

Think of how much time and money you could save knowing that you simply aren’t compatible with someone.

Copyright © 2015 Scott Petullo

Astrology Timing: Mapping Your Key Windows of Time

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015
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Mapping the key windows of time throughout your life is possible through comprehensive astrology and numerology.

As a rule, in order for a person’s collective timing to symbolize rewards (or challenges), those rewards must first be promised in the natal, non-timing patterns.

In other words, exclusive focus on collective timing, or worse, mere individual time cycles, won’t give you consistently high accuracy rates.

Each area of life must be scrutinized separately in the non-timing (natal) comprehensive charts: love, career, partnerships, friendships, finances, family, and so on. Then, I review the collective timing and determine when the events and circumstances supported in the natal patterns will occur.

For example, I review the natal patterns searching for great financial success. If apparent, then the timing of when it will occur can be identified.

Even after reviewing thousands of people’s natal and timing patterns, it’s still exciting to me to find promise of life’s rewards in a subject’s comprehensive charts. Though it’s also fascinating to see the challenges represented in the charts unfold in real life. The more extreme the patterns, the more obvious they are and the more of an impact the symbolism has on an individual’s life. The patterns can be either friend or foe.

I’ve found that about 50% of people I encounter have faith in the sciences of astrology and numerology, and about 50% don’t; it’s understandable when you consider the form of astrology the skeptics have been exposed to (modern trivialities).

Let me be clear—not believing in astrology doesn’t exempt you from life circumstances (fate) mirroring the patterns in your comprehensive charts. Everyone has different timing, and my findings show that it’s impossible to cheat fate.

You have a choice: you can be prepared in advance to face negative life circumstances, or you can be caught off guard.

Having exclusive intelligence about the pitfalls and rewards along your path, the key windows of time in your future through astrology and numerology, gives you a significant edge and allows you to make the most of your fate.

Copyright © 2015 Scott Petullo

The Futility of Sun Sign Astrology—7 Examples

Monday, December 8th, 2014
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Modern astrology, including horoscopes and Sun sign astrology, is ineffective. The skeptics are generally correct; it’s mostly for entertainment purposes.

Your Sun sign is the sign the Sun was transiting at the time of your birth. For example, between approximately November 22 and December 21 each year, the Sun transits the sign of Sagittarius (in the Tropical zodiac). Thus, adherents to modern astrology label a person born under this window of time a “Sagittarius.”

Believe it or not, every sign in the zodiac is represented in your comprehensive charts. In the vast majority of cases, the Sun is a minor player compared to other factors in the personality and timing charts.

While I believe it’s possible for very intuitive people to use basic astrology and numerology as touchstones for consistently accurate personality analysis or prediction, the vast majority of those who dabble in Sun sign astrology lack this ability.

Sun sign astrology is an easy trap to fall into. Other than as a conversation piece, it’s insignificant.

Alternatively, determining which heavenly body dominates a person’s comprehensive charts, for instance, tells you infinitely more than Sun sign astrology or horoscopes.

Seven examples of the futility of Sun sign astrology are listed below.

  1. You walk into a stadium of 10,000 people, all of which share the same Sun sign. You won’t be able to conclude which Sun sign they share, unless you venture a lucky guess, because people generally don’t look like their Sun sign. People appear more like their rising sign (Ascendant), and the heavenly bodies associated with it.
  1. You compare your Sun sign with your prospective mate’s—Libra and Capricorn. Unfortunately, Sun sign astrology won’t tell you anything about authentic compatibility. The Sun sign is only one of hundreds of factors in the comprehensive charts. Using it, alone, for compatibility analysis is like using hair color exclusively.
  1. You’ve always liked Cancers, so you hire a caretaker who is a Cancer, expecting that person to be like the handful of others you’ve known—responsible and caring. She turns out to be a terrible hire, one of the least responsible people you’ve ever known. Though her Sun is in Cancer, you didn’t know it’s heavily afflicted. She also possesses severe personality red flags that can’t be detected through modern astrology triviality (but can be detected through handwriting analysis).
  1. You select the Aries on your team to lead the new project, expecting him to have the most drive and determination to get the job done right. Later, you’re disappointed because you realize he’s the wrong match for the job. Sun sign astrology didn’t account for his other personality traits that dominate.
  1. You’ve just met a Capricorn and after a lengthy conversation, you’re confused because he didn’t seem like the serious, emotionally detached type. You’re further perplexed after you find out he’s a talented writer and loves to socialize.
  1. Those born under the Sun sign of Gemini are supposed to be the most versatile and clever of all. Don’t bet on it. Examine the most multi-faceted professionals in any field and you won’t find any more Gemini Sun people than any other Sun sign.
  1. You think it’s a match made in heaven because both people have Pisces Sun sign. Lots of compassion and unconditional love, right? Wrong. Sun sign astrology doesn’t account for one of these Pisces being a domineering abuser and the other being co-dependent. Instead of a match made in heaven, you have a very dangerous combination.

Modern astrology trivialities like Sun sign astrology won’t serve you beyond entertainment. As with any discipline like comprehensive astrology, you must learn the language to be able to use it constructively.

Copyright © 2014 Scott Petullo

Debate With an Astrology Skeptic

Monday, September 1st, 2014
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In my experience, about 50% of the people I encounter are skeptics of astrology, and 50% embrace astrology.

The negative perception of astrology is understandable. Correlation does not necessarily equal causation (one of the most important rules of statistics) is mostly absent from today’s astrology, which consists largely of sporadic timing indicators.

One event, such as Jupiter transiting your natal second house, didn’t automatically cause the other (sudden monetary gain) just because they happened at the same time.

However, the collection of thirty other markers forming the patterns that symbolize financial success is symbolic of your financial gain.

Likewise, eating an apple every day and losing three pounds in one week does not mean apple consumption causes weight loss. You lost weight because you exercised and, aside from eating apples, ate a very healthful diet.

Time after time, the astrology skeptics are oblivious to the fact that the astrology they are familiar with—horoscopes and other superficial forms of the ancient science—have nothing to do with the authentic science of astrology. 99% of the astrology you find on the Internet includes frivolous rip-offs of reliable methodologies.

Even upon learning this, though never having studied it, the cynics still reject astrology.

Often, skeptics launch the “anecdotal” claim, that findings are purely subjective and unreliable.

Anecdotal translates to “findings not approved by the conventional science authorities, the bureaucratic and academic locked-in-pedantic-thought masters of all knowledge.”

Attempting to further marginalize astrology, skeptics put forth misinformation like this, from the University of California, funded by the National Science Foundation:

“Astrology is not a very scientific way to answer questions. Although astrologers seek to explain the natural world, they don’t usually attempt to critically evaluate whether those explanations are valid — and this is a key part of science. The community of scientists evaluates its ideas against evidence from the natural world and rejects or modifies those ideas when evidence doesn’t support them. Astrologers do not take the same critical perspective on their own astrological ideas.”

Notice the “don’t usually attempt to critically evaluate” bit, then the final sentence damning every astrologer, giving no exceptions.

You won’t find a thorough outline of the astrology they’ve studied to come to their conclusions because they haven’t done any studying and experimentation beyond cursory dabbling, completely going against the spirit of science.

I’m sure everyone values conventional science for the many wonderful achievements, but it’s myopic to insist on rigid scientific rules and then label something “pseudo-science” if a straightforward explanation doesn’t exist.

The modern scientific method won’t give you all the answers. It’s up to you through investigation and self-discovery to find the answers that conventional science cannot provide.

Recently I posted this blog post about astrology on a social media site. A debate with an astrology skeptic followed.

Below is the transcript of the debate with an astrology skeptic.

Skeptic:

Astrology? Really? Please — it’s the 21st Century.

Scott:

Indeed it is the 21st century–everything about you is knowable these days, including, through my expertise, your hidden weaknesses and when you are most vulnerable.

I don’t believe in the astrology you’ve been exposed to either. For more information, read this blog post: http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2013/11/astrology-is-a-science/

Why do you have the astrology sign of Leo featured prominently at the top of your website if you so despise astrology?

Skeptic:

So why are you trumping sham 19th century beliefs — and trying to make a living at it? Just curious.

Since I know, as do you, that astrology has zero basis in facts. Never has, never will. Here is an entry from the online version of The Skeptic’s Dictionary written by a professor of scientific philosophy at Cal Berkeley.  skepdic.com/astrology.html

Scott:

We may agree more than you realize.

I reject 19th century astrology, I don’t advocate it.

“The unfortunate departure from authentic astrology began in the 1600s and accelerated with the advent of ‘modern astrology’ in the late 1800s. Readily accepted in the marketplace due to its lack of complexity, Sun sign and psychologically based astrology began its ascent. Although such superficial astrology does serve as an introduction to the genuine science, regrettably, it’s very misleading.”

Read “Sun Sign Astrology Origins & Why You Should Avoid it,” which includes the quote above, for more information:
http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2011/10/sun-sign-astrology-origins-why-you-should-avoid-it/

Especially amusing in the linked article you provide above in your comment is the contention that there should be 13 astrology signs and not 12. Read why it’s a contention based on misunderstanding here:

“Myth: Astrology is Pseudo Science Because Constellations Change”
http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2014/04/myth-astrology-pseudo-science-constellations-change/

I address the core arguments of the linked article you provided in the linked articles below.

“Astrology Mocked Yet Modern Science Rife With Fraud and Bias”
http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2012/10/astrology-mocked-yet-modern-science-rife-with-fraud-and-bias/

In this article linked directly above, I quote Dr. Kary Banks Mullis, Nobel-Prize winning scientist, who believes astrology is a science, offering his view on why today’s scientists deny that astrology is an authentic science.

Other, related articles below:

“Addressing Astrology Skepticism”
http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2012/05/addressing-astrology-skepticism/

“Avoid the Modern Astrology Triviality Trap”
http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2010/11/avoid-modern-astrology-triviality-trap/

“Why Today’s Astronomers Dismiss Astrology as Nonsense”
http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2012/05/why-today%E2%80%99s-astronomers-dismiss-astrology-as-nonsense/

“The Horoscope Trap”
http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2012/09/the-horoscope-trap/

Skeptic:

Would you please point me to the scientific journal that you took that data on which your conclusions are base? I would be interested in the confidence levels that they used for their analysis.

I’ll await the data. And scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles.

Scott:

You may be disappointed to learn that the “scientific journal” (i.e., pay for play) and “peer review” (i.e., pal review) approach has been corrupted beyond recognition in recent decades.

Here’s an article outlining how conventional science today is filled with fraud and propaganda, and how 157 peer reviews failed to catch fake cancer study:
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/03/27/open-access-journals.aspx?e_cid=20140327Z1_PRNL_art_1&utm_source=prmrnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20140327Z1&et_cid=DM41525&et_rid=466546771

“…when it comes to scientific research…fraud, propaganda, and misrepresentations are now commonplace…”

Here’s Dr. Kary Banks Mullis, a Nobel-Prize winning scientist, on why conventional scientists reject astrology and why they are wrong:

“The reason they don’t pay attention to it (astrology) is that it would embarrass them in front of their colleagues. There’s no proven body of facts…that says human behavior does not contain elements that are related to planetary patterns at the time of birth. Instead, there’s a broad and arrogant understanding among social science professionals that folklore, like astrology, is for simpletons. Without doing any simple experiments to test some of the tenets of astrology, it has been completely ignored by psychologists in the last two centuries…Most of them are under the false impression that it is non-scientific and not a fit subject for their serious study. They are dead wrong. Whether or not the present-day practitioners of astrology are using scientific methods has no direct bearing on whether the body of knowledge they employ is true and valid.”

Michael Crichton, in “Next,” exposes the folly of modern science and peer review:

“…Next lesson: Peer review. All of Hwang’s (Korean scientist whose work was found to be fraudulent) papers in Science were peer-reviewed. If we ever needed evidence that peer review is an empty ritual, this episode proves it. Hwang made extraordinary claims. He did not provide extraordinary evidence.  Many studies have shown that peer review does not improve the quality of scientific papers. Scientists themselves know it doesn’t work. Yet the public still regards it as a sign of quality, and says, ‘This paper was peer-reviewed,’ or ‘this paper was not peer-reviewed,’ as if that meant something. It doesn’t.”

“Science is as corruptible a human activity as any other. Its practitioners aren’t saints, they’re human beings, and they do what human beings do—lie, cheat, steal…sue, hide date, fake data, overstate their own importance, and denigrate opposing views unfairly. That’s human nature. It isn’t going to change.”

More information here:
http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2012/10/astrology-mocked-yet-modern-science-rife-with-fraud-and-bias/

Predictive analytics is used in economic, weather, business, intelligence, and other forecasting (including the sort I do). There’s nothing “junk science” about it. Empirical research, without the scientific journal stamp of approval is still science, whether the “science authorities” want to admit it or not.

More information about how I use predictive analytics in my work, how and businesses and federal/state gov. entities use predictive analytics here: http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2010/05/predictive-analytics-gut/

Skeptic:

So there you go. Your data, and thus your interpretation, is not up to the Pepsi Challenge. Ergo, it is not scientifically sound. So it is merely your opinion.

Contrast: Real, hard-working scholars place their work before other har-dwoking scholars to tear apart.

That is how science works. Thousands of skeptics tearing each other apart, looking for weaknesses, finding strengths. It is the ultimate crowd-sourcing.

Despite your “pal review” remark, peer review is NOT American Idol. It is a shark tank that has even the most tenured researchers open to changing opinions to conform to reality. And when a scholar refuses to conform to reality – Einstein;s refusal to take sub-atomic quantum effects as observed in experiments – they ultimately damage their reputation.

Even researchers into the paranormal used peer review – until it became evident that Psi did not appear to exist. People could not project thoughts. Nor could they inject thoughts into minds. And data analysis of Astrologers’ and psychic predictions proved no better than chance. And thus, universities pulled their funding.

Instead sloppy, pseudoscientific works (ie posts uses scientific sounding words but can neither be proven nor disproven) are the real “pal review.”  An author’s friends “plus” them, especially if they agree with their stance. And thus they bypass the scrutiny of the true skeptic.

I suggest you read The Amazing Randy. Or watch the TV show The Mentalist. Both paint Psi and its commercial aspects in the proper light.

Scott:

This discussion isn’t about “psi” or psychics. It’s about astrology.

To be “scientifically sound” to conventional standards, it must involve the following:
1. Systematic observation and experimentation rather than mere theory.
2. Thorough data analysis, adequate enough to test the premise and substantiate the conclusions.
3. Methods and measurements that deliver valid, consistent figures across multiple checks and balances.

My work involves all of the above–the objective collection of data through observation and experiment, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses. It does not include peer-review, and I’ll explain why.

I’ve been doing this work professionally since 1997 and none of my clients have ever inquired about “peer review.”

The business owners, high net worth individuals, decision-makers in the three-letter security and fed/state law enforcement agencies, private investigators, security investigation industry pros, and others who consult experts such as myself don’t care about peer review. All they care about is results.

James Delingpole said, “Peer review is not a perfect system. In the golden era of Twentieth century science it wasn’t even thought necessary: neither Watson & Crick nor Einstein were peer reviewed. But in today’s abstruse, fragmented world where the various branches of science have grown increasingly recondite and specialized, peer-review has become widely accepted as the least worst method…What we see happening is the deterioration of ‘peer review’ into something more akin to ‘pal review.’”

Again, Michael Crichton, in “Next,” reveals the truth about peer-review:
“…Many studies have shown that peer review does not improve the quality of scientific papers. Scientists themselves know it doesn’t work. Yet the public still regards it as a sign of quality, and says, ‘This paper was peer-reviewed,’ or ‘this paper was not peer-reviewed,’ as if that meant something. It doesn’t.”

Your comment, “…data analysis of Astrologers’ and psychic predictions proved no better than chance. And thus, universities pulled their funding…” is exceedingly amusing, considering such “studies,” all of which are organized by skeptics with an agenda, involve “horoscopes” and other superficial forms of astrology.  Provide links to such studies and I’ll tell you exactly why they are disingenuous. How do I know? I know because in my early years of this work I did the same sorts of studies and invalidated the same trivialized forms of astrology.

As I’ve already said, I don’t believe in the forms of “astrology” you’ve been exposed to either.

Universities didn’t “(pull) their funding.” No university has funded any such objective study involving ancient methodologies. Today’s scientific studies are directed/funded by those who have a financial or other interest in the outcome. The university is the proxy and the researchers are aware the desired outcome and the source of their paycheck–they know the game.

This is worth another mention–Michael Crichton, in “Next” on the folly of “scientific studies”: “Psychiatrist John Davis looked at the trials funded by pharmaceutical companies in competition for the most effective of five different antipsychotic drugs. He found that 90 percent of the time, the drug manufactured by the company sponsoring (paying for) the study was judged superior to the others. Whoever paid for the study had the best drug.”

Again, you speak of “psi” and psychics but that has nothing to do with the topic of this discussion–the validity of astrology.

It always amazes me when people draw conclusions based on the limits of their understanding, as in this case–denying the validity of astrology, not even having researched it, beyond trivialized, modern versions of the ancient science.

Copyright © 2014 Scott Petullo

Astrology and Robin Williams: 10 Insights

Monday, August 18th, 2014
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The other side gained a beautiful soul when Robin Williams left this planet recently at age 63.

Though it’s devastating and unfortunate, he gave us the gift of his rare talent and he touched many lives, evidenced by countless individuals grieving and expressing appreciation and love for him. Surely, if angels exist, he is one and he’ll soon be working his magic on the unseen planes.

Below I relay some of my findings after reviewing his comprehensive astrology and numerology charts.

1. Everyone knows he had a brilliant mind, and creative genius shows up in a pronounced way in his collective charts.

2. Another given is that his talent for self-expression is extremely rare.

3. Tremendous recognition and fame (or infamy), as reflected in the natal and timing patterns, shows up in early, mid, or late life for any given person. Robin’s peak time frame for fame was late 20s to mid 50s.

You may be thinking, “Well, he was in his 60s so fame would go away since he was getting older.” Not so. Plenty of famous people don’t become famous until after age 60. The charts symbolize that Robin’s fame began fading in his mid 50s.

4. Melancholy and depression (which get worse mid 50s onward) are heavily represented in his comprehensive charts. Severe ups and downs became much more difficult to handle later in life.

5. Serious health issues show up age 50 onward. Such extremes, as found in his charts, aren’t common–great collective timing for health early and middle parts of life, then the opposite age 50 onward. His non-timing collective charts also symbolize serious health issues. When the natal, non-timing charts, and timing charts both show the same thing, in extremes, it’s serious trouble.

6. An overindulgence or addiction problem is apparent and the effects of abuse earlier in life take its toll late 40s onward, and even more so late 50s onward. In youth and middle age, a person’s health may not seem to be too negatively affected from drug and alcohol abuse. But his collective timing became progressively perilous in relation to serious health issues (physical and mental), as well as falling back into bad habits as he got older.

7. Money is excellent early in life through his 40s, but late 40s into 60s more money goes out than comes in, and money isn’t decent again until mid to late 60s.

8. After reviewing two different samples of his handwriting, my impression is that although he had an extraordinarily brilliant mind, he was largely focused on the mundane and avoided delving into metaphysical and spiritual matters. He was not a deep thinker; he preferred to dwell on the surface of things, lacking even a modicum of inward assurance that things will work out fine in his future.

Simultaneously, I see patterns in his comprehensive astrology and numerology charts that are symbolic of a serious problem in maintaining faith that things will be all right; he may certainly have trusted those close to him, but he found it impossible to trust in his future. Anxiety ruled his mind.

9. His collective love life patterns, both on a timing and non-timing basis, were well above average (rewarding), until his mid 50s. From that point onward, the patterns were largely reflective of an abundance of adventurous and unstable love affairs, secrecy, and romantic relations appropriate for a playboy. That sort of energy was completely at odds with what I expect he desired, causing more stress and disharmony in his life.

10. I won’t say that his death was fated to occur at the time it did, but his final years of life were predestined to be much more challenging relative to his youth and middle age.

For some people, the best part of life is before age 30. For others, it’s mid-life, between age 30 and 50. Still others are fated to enjoy their 60s and beyond as the best part of their life. Robin’s time was mid-life, and I’m sure everyone is grateful he shared his exceptional talents. He will be missed forever.

Copyright © 2014 Scott Petullo

7-7-7 and the Occult: July 7 2014

Sunday, July 20th, 2014
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July 7, 2014, or 7-7-7, is a date of significant occult meaning.

The word occult refers to hidden knowledge. There isn’t anything sinister about its meaning.

7-7-7 is significant in that the triple number sequence holds a greater amount than average of other-dimensional magnitude, compared to other dates on the modern calendar.

Double (“Master Numbers”) and triple numbers represent heightened potential, yet more challenges. Consecutive numbers hold a greater amount of spiritual power and magic, though it can be positive or negative.

7 is derived from 2014 through fadic addition: 2+0+1+4 = 7. July is the 7th month of the year; July 7, 2014 is 7-7-7.

You likely didn’t notice anything unusual on July 7, 2014 or 7-16-2014 but maybe you will on 7-25-2014. All three of these dates are 7-7-7.

The triple number date occurrence, such as 7-7-7, 10-10-10, or 12-12-12, includes exceptional occult energy in a universal sense, though it’s subtle and usually unnoticed.

The rare symbolism is much more evident in observing the distinct lifetime themes of individuals born on such a date (e.g., July 7, 1933; July 7, 1942; July 7, 1951, and so on).

The date of birth is used to derive multiple factors in the comprehensive numerology and astrology charts, which serve to form various patterns representing personality and personal fate, including life circumstances and events.

Here’s some information about the number 7 from our Numerology Decoder Software:

Number Symbolism
Copyright © 1998 Scott Petullo

7: The number 7 is connected to mysticism, intuition, inner growth, examination, study, analysis, reflection, lowered physical vitality, increased mental activity, conserving assets, planning, attracting unsolicited help, specialization, solitude, health issues, travel.

Balanced 7 energy: metaphysical interests, different wavelength, intellectual, clairvoyant, analytical, perceptive, scientific, exact, meditative, mystical, expert, bookish, poised, telepathic, visionary, deep, dreamer, instinctive, reflective, truth-seeker, studious, wise.

Over-balanced 7 energy: fearful, nervous, critical, paranoid, indecisive, secretive, repressed emotions, distrustful, guarded, intimidating, fussy, evasive, fanatic, self-conscious, secretive, perfectionist, impersonal, pessimistic.

Under-balanced 7 energy: lack of depth, naïve, ignorant, too trusting, empty-headed, mystified, superficial, lack of faith, undeveloped, uninformed, unsure.

More information about the number 7 can be found here.

Each universal vibration or date, such as 7-7-7, means different things to everyone, based on your unique comprehensive charts.

Don’t worry about 7-7-7, or any other date such as 6-6-6, being a period of supernatural vulnerability. Such windows of time are just part of regularly occurring phenomena reflected in our modern calendar, which is linked to cosmic time, or universal intelligence.

Copyright © 2014 Scott Petullo

Twins and Astrology: Why Twins Sometimes Seem Very Different‏

Monday, July 14th, 2014
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Twins and astrology is a controversial topic. As a twin and an astrologer, I find it persistently fascinating.

A common modern astrology theory suggests that twins divide up the symbolism in the charts–one selects some of the traits, and the other twin acts out the rest of the energy. It’s an interesting theory, but having studied twins and the science of astrology, I find it to be invalid.

The dividing-up-the-personality-traits notion is typical of the superficial modern astrology approach, one that ignores ancient traditions and denies that which you can’t control in life: immutable personal adversity and fate.

An aside, my writings may not be very inspirational, but it’s my responsibility to relay my findings as is, no matter how unpopular it makes me.

Some pairs of twins seem very much alike, and some seem totally different. As for my twin brother Stephen and me, we are very similar in some ways, and very different in other ways, although we share many of the same basic overall lifetime themes.

My findings show, consistently, that many of the fundamental themes in twins’ lives (considering they were at least born on the same day, month, and year) are the same. Themes regarding love life, money, and more are represented by extreme patterns. The more extreme the patterns in my systems of analysis, the more easily identified.

Two people born on the same day and month share a tenuous link. Two born on the same day, month, and year share a much closer link. An even closer bond would include two people sharing the same date of birth, location of birth, legal birth name, and as close as possible exact same time.

A couple minutes between two people’s births can, but doesn’t always, make a huge difference. It’s the reason–in an astrological and numerological sense–why twins sometimes are very different, aside from how twins have different souls and past life karma. More on the topic of shared dates of birth can be found here.

Copyright © 2014 Scott Petullo

5 Examples Astrology Timing Can be Either a Friend or Foe

Monday, May 12th, 2014
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Your astrology timing makes all the difference in the world. In the extreme, it can be your jailor, or it can be your savior.

Although timing can be everything, it’s secondary to the non-timing, natal configurations in your comprehensive astrology (and numerology) charts.

Whatever the major life circumstance, even if the timing supports its manifestation, it must also be assured in the non-timing, natal patterns, as it is in all cases below.

Collusion between non-timing patterns and timing patterns symbolize all the key events and conditions in your life; my philosophy is that at least 75% of the significant themes and happenings of everyone’s life are predestined.

5 Examples of how unique personal timing can be an ally or enemy:

1. His background includes a successful broadcasting career, hosting his own show. He switched employers in a major career move, expecting his own show, yet he is forced into the role of a co-host. Although it’s a lucrative gig, it’s not what he wants and he realizes this is as good as it will get in his career.

Even though he has top-notch talent, his collective, unique timing is his jailor. He can blame his boss, his contemporaries, or himself, but the truth is that his expectations are at odds with his predestined path.

2. He’s a Hollywood leading man and his box-office success is extraordinary, though his critics call him just a pretty face with marginal talent. Is he just lucky? Nope. His comprehensive charts symbolize vast wealth and career success. The struggling actors who never make it, even though many are more intelligent and clever, lack the auspicious patterns in their charts like the superstar. In this case, this leading man’s personal timing is his elite million-angel army.

3. She just can’t get a break. No matter what she tries, her romantic life is terrible, friends never stay friends for long, and she’s forced into a life of solitude. Is it bad luck? No, it’s what her comprehensive charts represent–it’s the journey she must take, as harsh as that sounds. Much later in life, she recognizes that the solitude was integral to her career accomplishments.

4. The career politician enjoys a run of triumphs until her late 50s when she’s ousted from office and publicly disgraced. Is it deserved? My findings tell me if it happens and it’s a major life circumstance, it’s predestined.

5. After many years of relative obscurity and only moderate accomplishments she becomes a shining star who retires a wealthy and respected industry leader.

Is it due to discipline alone? No. Many others with equal talent and intelligence have the same or more discipline yet never reach the success she did. Chalk it up to her unique personal timing, serving as her support team.

Once you see, as I have, the constant repetition of numerological and astrological patterns directly corresponding to circumstances in peoples’ lives, it’s clear that predetermination and personal adversity exist, and timing does matter.

Copyright © 2014 Scott Petullo

Astrology and the Stock Market: When to Dump Your Hedge Fund Manager‏

Monday, February 10th, 2014
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Astrology and the stock market is a controversial, yet compelling topic.

Many people have asked me, in so many words, “You’re an astrologer and you do predictions–do you make stock market predictions?” As outlined in this June 17th, 2010 blog post, the answer is yes.

The vast majority of investment experts will tell you that attempting to consistently time the ups and downs of the financial markets and individual stocks is a fools game. If it were possible, there would be at least one trillionaire trader on this planet. See this blog post for more information about stock market predictions, and the folly of financial pros and psychics.

However, it’s entirely feasible to use in-depth astrology and numerology to your advantage to help maximize your investment returns. I wrote the following at the very end of the blog post linked directly above:

“It’s very viable to accurately assess the financial fate of the majority shareholders of a corporation, giving you a very good idea the future outlook of a company’s stock, particularly if the bulk of the shareholder’s or shareholders’ net worth is tied up in the stock. If, for example, 10 individuals own 85% of the stock, identifying dramatic positive or negative financial extremes in those individuals’ comprehensive charts could very well tip you off to major moves in a corporation’s stock price.”

Private equity firms, billionaires, and others invest in hedge funds. One person typically runs a hedge fund. Those who invest in hedge funds need to know if the guy who runs the hedge fund can be trusted and whether or not he is heading for a rough spell (i.e., terrible timing).

While it’s true that very few people invest in hedge funds due to the extraordinary high minimum investment requirement (typically, $25 million USD), my approach can be applied to any single investment professional, or a team of professionals.

My systems of analysis allow me to review the comprehensive charts of anyone, including hedge fund managers, and look for harsh extremes. Additional checks and balances through my associate’s appraisals increase the accuracy of my assessments. The fund manager won’t continue his streak if it’s clear he has tough times ahead.

Negative extremes don’t show up at any given moment in every person’s comprehensive charts. But when they do, it’s a sure sign of trouble.

I recall reading about hedge fund manager Eddie Lampert, featured in Forbes magazine several years ago. I was impressed with his successful track record; his fund was worth more than $15 billion in 2006.

As I always do with interesting people, I looked into his charts back then. The collection of disturbing, long-term time cycles in his not-too-distant future made me think at that time, “Those patterns don’t in any way equate to the type of success he’s enjoying right now.”

While it’s certainly true I could have expressed my conviction of his future difficulties by making speculative bets in the financial markets against his known holdings in 2006, I’m simply relaying my experience and findings exactly as they happened.

Had a potential hedge fund investor consulted with me around 2006 I’d have warned him or her about a specific period of time in Mr. Lampert’s future that symbolized the exact opposite circumstances of the great success he had earned thus far. In other words, I saw major negative timing extremes on the horizon for Eddie Lampert.

Since 2006, Eddie Lampert’s $15 billion fund has declined in value more than 60%. Although it’s unfortunate, his fall from grace was foreseeable, from my perspective. Considering he remains a self-made billionaire, perhaps “fall from grace” isn’t an appropriate description of his plight.

In 2006, people were calling him the next Warren Buffet, but no longer. Eddie Lampert will probably maintain his billionaire status, but his collective timing tells me his 2006 peak won’t be revisited, at least where he ranked relative to his peers in the industry and those on the Forbes 400 list of the worlds wealthiest people.

2013 was a tough year for hedge fund managers, overall. The average hedge fund gained only about 7.5% in 2013, compared to a more than 30% gain in the U.S. S&P index. More information about the surprisingly meager performance of hedge funds in 2013 can be found at Uncommon Wisdom Daily and Bloomberg.

Broad timing trends, negative and positive, are absolutely identifiable through my assessments and can help you greatly limit your risk.

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