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The Cure and Astrology

Started by tanyasmith, January 07, 2019, 07:00:38

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SueC

Quote from: Ulrich on May 03, 2020, 10:56:00Seems like having older sisters/brothers is something in common for many Cure members.

And many other people.  Which is interesting for people who do family of origin psychology, because the youngest are often the most babied, most forgotten and least photographed in the family (because by now babies are soooo unexciting), the ones least likely to ever have their proper adult status recognised by their parents when they grow up, the ones who fall through the cracks and who may be receiving unfavourable comparisons when growing up to their more mature siblings and their more advanced academic work at school etc.  So a lot of youngest siblings will take up clown or baby or "cute" roles as children, since "competent" roles are taken, and attention is hard to get any other way. As teenagers, they can tend to individuate away from their families, compared to older siblings, for those reasons.

It's not cut and dried, but these are commonly observed patterns.  There's always exceptions to the rule, etc.

Some other things members of The Cure have in common is having two arms, two legs, a head, and that they speak English... :angel
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MeltingMan

Quote from: Ulrich on May 03, 2020, 10:56:00(What about Simon for example?)

Simon's birthday is on June 1st. So he is represented by the one. From a numerological point of view, he gets along best with Robert and Lol. And with everyone whose birthday is in February, April and May. 😬
Don Juan, malgré la pauvreté de la ma-
tière où il s'efforce, touche à l'Abstrait par
une conception de la femme que ni l'Orient
ni les modernes n'ont osé formuler.

TYPHONIA, XIᵉ roman de l'Ethopée

Ulrich

Quote from: MeltingMan on May 03, 2020, 16:44:39From a numerological point of view, he gets along best with Robert and Lol. And with everyone whose birthday is in February, April and May. 😬

Nice theory. Is there any proof for it?

Edit: what I meant about Simon is: could you not find a 3 in his birthdates? For example by multiplying the year of birth with 4, then divide the result with the square root out of Pi?
(I ask, because for me, 21 is twenty plus one and not 2+1 if you know what I mean...)
If only I'd thought of the right words...

MeltingMan

I should have said that it is not science and even less mathematics. I cannot provide "evidence", but this gentleman gives a rough overview of what numerology can and cannot do. Other videos are much more complex, and where the interfaces with occidental numerology are will still concern me. What I can say is that it is either 100% correct or not at all. There is nothing "in between".

Don Juan, malgré la pauvreté de la ma-
tière où il s'efforce, touche à l'Abstrait par
une conception de la femme que ni l'Orient
ni les modernes n'ont osé formuler.

TYPHONIA, XIᵉ roman de l'Ethopée

Ulrich

Quote from: MeltingMan on May 08, 2020, 12:45:43What I can say is that it is either 100% correct or not at all. There is nothing "in between".

Once again, I don't agree, unless it's "provable or demonstrable".

Keep in mind, there's not just mathematics, but also probability calculation. (Thus, I would say there is a 50/50 chance of something "in between".)  ;)

Btw, are there any other sources but youtube-videos? I'm tired of them (unless it's music), because right now the internet is flooded with videos about Corona etc.

I prefer the written word, much better for "fact-checking".
If only I'd thought of the right words...

SueC

I was just going to say that even though astrology is definitely not my thing, Chinese astrology, according to a friend, gives a good explanation for my propensity to get up in the middle of the night to nibble at things:  My true animal is a rat... :lol:
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