aroundabout and neither here nor there.

sometimes i don’t know what to believe.
mushrooms taught me that Anything is possible and i truly believe that.
but that doesn’t mean that everything is probable.
things that are beyond our comprehension are still tangible in thought and dream.
let’s look at astrology.

i never used to believe in astrology, i believe a lot of things spiritually that matter in materiality but astrology? surely the planets and stars and moons alignment as seen from this muddy planet are coincidental.
i still believe that; which leaves me with a problem.
when my brother was in prison ( the first time) he told me of a book that confused him.
johnathon cainers guide to astrology. picture sample above is of the moon chart for december’79.
i was confused and enlightened.
astrology is frowned upon by Christianity yet the three wise men followed a mystical star 😉
most people in the old days would have had a reading at their child’s birth.

i understand it as follows;
your starsign is pretty much what people perceive of you, that’s why Mystic Meg can be so general in her newspaper astrology.
your moonsign, a lot harder to find out unless you know your time of birth, a lot less general than just which month, is more about your inner you, the signs mean the same, such as gemini stereotypes in the moon chart can be more fickle or double edged than their sunsign counterparts.

pair your sun and moon signs to get a more detailed version, for instance my sunsign is Saggi, my moon is Gemi, (EightLeggedGemini) both never really finish what they start, put them together and that makes me a lazy bastard. thanks alot astrology.
bastard thing. i don’t believe it but it tells me about myself as if it’s spying on me

there’s ya venus n mars signs aswell but blah blah blah, it was a good read when i read it.
i was mainly interested in the moon stuff 🙂
PS. did you notice that”neither here nor there” is a double negative that sounds pretty cool.


7 thoughts on “aroundabout and neither here nor there.”

  1. my sign explains me to a tee for the most part (as you know, I am also a Gemini). I think that during bible times there was a lot more superstition than many Christians would like to believe. I like to believe only what I can prove but there is a possibility that there could be something about the lining up of the moon and the universe that could do something to someone’s birth and personality. I have heard that on a full moon the psychiatric hospitals go crazy and more women give birth on those nights.

    1. ye the moon has an effect on water, but that’s gravitational.
      we get the term lunatic from the same root as lunar i hear.
      it’s hard to rid a people of their superstitions 🙂
      kind of like when christianity is taken to a new found country,
      Thor Heyerdahl spent time with French Polynesians on their Fatu Hiva island in the Pacific and noticed how they blended their old ways with the Christianity that the French such as Paul Gaguine had brought.
      kind of documents how a peoples mentality can change within a couple of hundred years and how different faiths can be melded to suit a people. 🙂

      1. I believe that! that is why we have no many kinds of religion. People throughout history have broken away or joined religions and started yet another one.

        1. people are strange 🙂
          looking at the stars is like looking at clouds,
          not only could the greeks see orion with his sword, but also his dog, & puppy! 🙂
          one mans plough is another mans big bear 🙂
          but these things are hard to ignore 🙂

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