In the first part of ‘Get Rid of Your fear-About-Astrology,’ I shared how I grew up slap dab in the middle of the Georgia Bible Belt. As a shy little Baptist girl I attended church with my uncle/pastor, and many of my family who doubled as church brethren and sisteren.
Even though time brings about a change, our upbringing holds the basis of our core belief. I now know that within my family the ancestral gift of dreams and visions manifested itself often. As a result of these supernatural experiences, I began to realize how there is an interconnection between various spiritual beliefs, the sciences, and what would be considered world views.
Growing up, I was told not to study the stars because it was witchcraft. I am leaning heavily toward believing that although many had pilferage and made a mockery of astrology, it is at its core steeped in science. That is my awakening moment; don’t join me if it’s not yours!
Here’s three short definitions.
1.The study of the motions and relative positions of the planets, sun, and moon, interpreted in terms of human characteristics and activities – Dictionary.com
2.The primitive study of celestial bodies, which formed the basis of astronomy – Dictionary.com
Bibically speaking, fear is a tormenting spirit. Negative images accumulate inside the mind and can literally bring a strong man to his knees. Don’t get me wrong, there are some things it is best to fear; a jilted, crying, woman who has a gun pointed at her faithful-less lover is one of them. Run Forest, run!
I’ve been peeping at astrology websites off and on throughout my life. Because I see into other places sometimes, my mind is open to at least examine what other say is tomfoolery. While sitting quietly in my room with my eyes closed, I have participated in visions where I plunged from the top of the greenest of shrubbery as if on a wonder roller coaster ride—a beautiful experience in a place and a country I know I’ve never visited in this life—maybe in another if you believe in reincarnation?
In America and probably another parts of the world, it is common to hear people who consider themselves spiritual (I didn’t say religious; there is a difference) refer to their zodiac sign—I’m a Cancer, I’m a Leo, I’m a this, I’m a that. To me, this is not a fearful thing to say, but I would question anything that controls you to the point where you have to know what “Texas Tootie” has to say about your day before venturing out of the house.
Texas Tootie is referenced by one of my characters in the first book of my New Adult novel, Return.
I don’t remember which came first, the chicken or the egg, but the idea formed for the Egyptian Moon Series somewhere around the time that I met a woman on the Island of my father’s birth (Daufuskie Island S.C.). Even though I did not know on this day, the woman was the professional astrologist who I would interview for Book 1 – Return, we connected as if I’d known her before. I have also interviewed her for my Youtube Channel where she explains the paranormal lying inside Astrology. Subscribe to my Elite Readers List to be among the first to know about my bone-chilling interviews and other cool FREE offers. www.scififantasyfiction.com or maxwmiller.com
Here’s the synopsis to Return
Megan Smart, a pampered, reserved freshman, takes a pre-college trip to New York City with her parents and star hottie quarterback boyfriend, Tyler. Never could she have imaged she’d come back haunted by memories from an ancient time.
Once at college, Meg has a chance encounter at a frat party with a mysterious guy who draws her into a seductive dance. Meg fights to resist his influence fearing it would put her relationship with Tyler into jeopardy.
Finally, at the point of exhaustion and on the verge of losing her mind and her boyfriend, Meg meets with an astrologist and hypnotist who identifies her problem as the memory of a past life. But is it reincarnation or something far more evil coming to claim Meg’s soul?
You can read Return today bit.ly/EM-Series-Return
Remember, to fear and not investigate is an open door to more fear. At least have the conversation about astrology and watch your apprehension melt away. I know I’ll never get to the point where my life depends on what the charts says for any particular day, but I have grown to respect my truth that the unseen doesn’t hide from everyone; they know the ones who can tap into their world. And on this last note, I leave this thought with you. “Something paranormal has settled around astrology.”
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