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27 responses to “Austin Coppock | Astrology & The Elite”

    • I think he’s a great speaker. He got into Astrology from a skeptical position, in a way I can definitely appreciate. He has plenty of good astrological/historical anecdotes too. Hope you like it!

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    • haha! The serpent bearer! This 13th zodiac meme refuses to die! NASA does astronomy, not astrology. They have NO STANDING to change anything! ahaha!

      PS it was fantastic! Top notch GC!

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  1. So excited for this new show! Even the so called ‘eh’ shows are full of knowledge my spirit needs. Mr. Greg, you just get better and better at all you do. Um so proud!? I love TLC and I love Mr. Gewg and u live mt brothers and sisters here. Joy joy and joy.

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    • Never meant to infer that this was one of those EH shows. Nah. I was thinking more on the lines if that Donald Something who wrote all the pop music. I even learned something from that one~ that our Mr. Greg is the best interviewer, even under duress. He was respectful and courteous and kind no matter what. Way to go! Snorry should take notes.

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  2. I found that ( for whatever reason ) life seems to proceed forward from our expectations and beliefs. I’ve played around with this a bit and found it to be true. On that thread I’ll say if astrology works it has more to do with the belief that it will work than anything else. But then I guess on a macro level there really isn’t a difference and it’s hard to find a cause when everything proceeds forth from a single creative field. At that point cause and effect are really only two different perspectives on the same thing.

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  3. Very good show, Greg. Thank you, yet again.

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    Going to beat the Velikovsky drum again here. If one would want to fathom the Egyptians’ 360 day calendar, as well as a veritable shit-load of other ancient calendars that were doing very similar tricks at those same times, one should read “Worlds In Collision.” But this is only if one is willing to entertain the possibility that different astronomical arrangements in these historical ages necessitated different ways of reckoning time, the months, days, and weeks of the year.

    If such ideas would make you cry or pout, best stay away from them. The blackballing and burning of that book still holds much sway today, which explains why even knowledgeable, college educated, people as Austin Coppock have not incorporated or considered it. Almost no one in the academe reads it, because they are all told immediately that it was discredited and the question is settled. And yet, scholars like David Talbot and Laird Scranton, and scientists like Wal Thornhill are not about to diss it. No, it set them on their ways.

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    What Austin was saying about planetary and stellar energies “coming down,” speaking of waves and the like, the fact that we are all bound up thinking of energies so much in the image of electromagnetism and light, it’s basically normal to speak this way. But my take on the planetary and stellar forces goes to the ethers and electric charge, which is not magnetic, but more gravitational, and does not propagate as a wave, but is instantaneously known in some way at any distance. The vector of forces traveling at light speed pull in a direction that is not where the source actually is. That vector is where it was. The electrogravitic force field acts at distance from where the power source is now, not eight minutes ago, like where see the Sun.

    Over the history of attempted reckoning the speed of light in a vacuum, no one has ever found it (c) to be truly constant. It varies in relation to the seasons, the relative positions of the sun and moon, and even “a sidereal force of unknown origin.” You can’t tell me there can be nothing to astrology. How did ‘c’ become a constant? Official science took an average and declared it to be the constant! They do so much for us, don’t they?

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  4. Wow, Austin has to be one of the most articulate guests to have been on THC. Loved his synthesis of Hermetic and Taoist alchemy and
    his descriptions of Astrology and it’s relationship to power. The fact the Churchill felt obligated to use an Astrologer to keep up with Hitler
    was fascinating. Will definitely check out his book.

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  5. Whoa, did he say at 1.09.45 that “If you know what Archon is in control, you know who to ask for favours”? Sounds a bit like he’s advocating the worship of demonic forces for personal gain. Creeped me out.

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    • In context he was referring to those groups who decide to throw in their lot with what they perceive to be the changing of the Aeons. He was not advocating any type of worship as far as my hearing goes. Thus when referring to Crowleys notion of the changing of ages from Pisces to Aquarius (which Saturn rules over) I believe he was trying to highlight the fact that the opposite of Aquarius (Leo) is in fact a precursor to the arrival of the new Aeon. Crowley was highlighting this in his Thoth Tarot Deck with the Trump card XI, Lust. This depicts Babalon riding the Lion (Solar Leo). In the decades up to the present, Babalon is certainly making a resurgence in the world, not least via the work of Parsons and L.Ron and recently by the folks at Scarlet Imprint (Peter Grey and Alkistis Dimech).
      If ive misunderstood, apologies!

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  6. My gut says the electric universe explains astrology better than our current one. Depending on the arrangement or proximity of the plasma balls, they could influence our electric brains. Makes more sense than a rock influencing my character

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    • To that, Naptha, I must say, “BINGO!” What travels at light speed is too damned slow. It all came through way before we could see it. Effects of the electric field (a.k.a., the electro-gravitational field IMO), if not instantaneous, must be close to it.

      That said, don’t sell the rocks short, even the smallest of them. Keep the scope very general, and you might see all kinds of surprises springing up out of the Great Mystery.

      Good to meet you.

      Namasté,

      Satya

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  7. I love this one. I listened to it through a full three times. Fascinating stuff. I adore this guest as well as Greg’s interviewing style. Smoke on brothers and sister, smoke on.

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