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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

Astrology, Numerology and Prediction: Timing of Predestined Events Q & A

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011
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“I have a question regarding the timing of events in one’s life and how accurately those timeframes can be predicted. I’ve been to my share of psychics in my life and many have been quite accurate when it comes to predicting an event but their timeframes are usually completely off even if the event unfolds at some point. Some, maybe even most have been off by years on some things. How do you account for events that are delayed because we fail to take action or take the wrong action?”

My findings clearly show that predetermined events aren’t “…delayed because we fail to take action or take the wrong action.” Fate happens when it’s supposed to happen, sometimes due to the action you take (also fated), and other times it happens no matter what you do.

“How can you possibly predict the timeframe of an event (job change, promotion, meeting a significant other, and so on) with any accuracy given how fickle and unpredictable human beings are?

To understand how it is that personal fate and the related timing can be measured, I suggest that you consider a broader perspective.

After witnessing, as I have, the continual recurrence of patterns (comprised of scores of individual considerations) in the comprehensive astrology and numerology charts absolutely representing conditions and circumstances in peoples’ lives, it’s very easy to embrace the concept of personal fate.

Patterns in the comprehensive charts emerge through years of obsessive discipline; the circumstances of people’s lives are irrefutably represented. Just as with years of speaking a foreign language, proficiency is assured–you become adept at immediately converting patterns into spontaneous comprehension, with little need for reflection.

For example, you find multiple natal patterns that, in your empirical research, have always symbolized great wealth. You also find very few related mitigating natal patterns. These notions flow to the forefront of your consciousness and since you also notice that the subject’s upcoming collective timing supports this natal dynamic, you’re confident of his or her future affluence.

You must put aside the mundane and consider a wider scope involving predestination. The soul chooses its fate for specific reasons relating to spiritual growth. The reasons may be rewarding or challenging, but since they are chosen by the soul, they are unavoidable by the personality; soul to personality or ego-self is analogous to a martial arts master to a child who is just learning to walk.

Also, although humans may be fickle, they are largely predictable. I’ve found their behavior to be connected to a unique, predetermined set of circumstances and events. Generally, people don’t change.

“A psychic may tell me, in two months you are going to meet your future wife or find a new job but then I end up not taking any action or the ‘wrong’ action and it doesn’t happen, then how can events be fated to happen in a predestined timeframe?”

The problem is the erroneous time-frame the psychic relayed to you, or that psychic inaccurately predicted something that isn’t part of your personal fate.
In my view, at least 75% of the core circumstances, conditions, and events in your life are predetermined. The other 25% is still bound by the parameters of your personal fate (or “destiny,” which is the same thing), yet you have free will to create within those restrictions. Psychics sometimes do perceive things in that 25% zone that won’t ever manifest.

“I’d like to hear your thoughts on this because it would seem that if events are delayed then there is really no way to know for sure when something will happen and impossible to give an accurate prediction for when something will occur.

Events aren’t “delayed.” My results show they happen when they are predestined to happen. Again, the real issue comes down to accurately predicting when it will happen. No psychic is 100% accurate, all the time.

It’s my job to objectively relay my findings, and my findings show that personal fate (the key events and circumstances in your life) is measurable. If the idea of predestination depresses you, take comfort in the notion that the rewards in life are also destined and that you can get what you want at least some of the time, as long as that desire doesn’t conflict with the limitations of your personal fate.

Copyright © 2011 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