Re: [anthroposophy] Calendar of the Soul - Southern hemisphere
- there are many ways to look at it and many people gives good reasons and insight about what to do.For my part when I look at the verse and its opposite or in a quartet I fancy to have a thought to the other hemisphere inhabitants. So if they start the same way as I do our fancy can meet!Franky----- Original Message -----From: DRStarman2001@...Sent: Sunday, August 25, 2002 6:48 PMSubject: Re: [anthroposophy] Calendar of the Soul - Southern hemisphereevert.hoff@... writes:
> If I want to follow the calendar of the soul in the
> southern hemisphere, is it a simple matter of reading them 26 weeks out of phase?
*******That's a good question. Opposite verses ARE the polar of each other---you can tell by the similarity of phrasing--- but it seems to me that, since we start with the first verse at Easter, which is the first Sunday following the first Full Moon following the Vernal Equinox (using an astrological formula worked out by early Christians for the Northern Hemisphere), then there should be an opposite 'Easter' in the Southern Hemisphere, the first Sunday after the first Full Moon following the AUTUMNAL Eqinox. Thus, the Calander mantra will not be the exactly opposite verse every time. The opposite one would still be close, though.
This touches on the question of tropical vs. sidereal zodiacs in astrology. The Sun is in the constellation Pisces for the whole world, while that's Spring in the Northern Hemisphere but Fall in the South. What things are universal, true for thw whole earth, and what things are opposites in the opposite hemispheres? What do people here think?
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