Either you repeat the same conventional doctrines everybody is saying, or else you say something true, and it will sound like it’s from Neptune. ~ Noam Chomsky
The sciences are a good thing. Rover on Mars looking back at the Earth is amazing. Yet reading Dante Alighieri’s biography I find that he studied liberal arts courses, “Which offered Latin, geometry, arithmetic, astronomy (actually astrology) and music was to be passionately attached all his life.” Pg. 11
During the Middle Ages science, art and music were not separate as they are today. With astrology, the planets affect us. Now I wonder how our Earth affects those on Mars or the other planets in our solar system? My point being is that science is a very bare bones reality where all of its theories are well supported, at least enough to go to other planets via technology.
I feel what makes Dante so special to me is that he is the perfect person who, at one time, brought together science, art and music. He is the perfected human being who shows us that having a soul is part of the human equation of being, and with an honest spirit humanity inspires to know all the stratosphere of human nature. We are accountable for ourselves in a divine way. A very creative solution to the problem of humanity !!! Humor included as Mr. Dante is no fool on this matter !!
Oldest son is just starting a physics course today at the local university. We often debate what is real and what is illusion, as two Gemini our Mercury fires up with heated dialogue.
And then there is Neptune. I love Neptune; the color and mystery of it’s round luminosity. I hear this week Mercury goes retrograde right into the belly of Neptune, astrological speaking of course. The week ahead is a time to feel. As Luna waxes strong into Valentine’s Day, it is a time of a kind of inner pregnancy of feelings; it may be a delightful time if we don’t anally analyze too much.
I have decided to do the tango with Mercury, Luna and Neptune this week…a threesome may be fun!! I will go with the flow, dance sweet and low and get it on the go.
I guess at this point I’m what the
French call ‘de trop’…
(smiles) Maybe just a little around the edges. ~ All About Eve,
Until next time … fin
The Life & Times of Dante by Curtis International / Portraits of Greatness.All about Eve http://www.dailyscript.com/scripts/all_about_eve.html ** A little tango with George Raft !!