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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    It is his opinion.
    I reckon it was more than a guess.

    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    What proof did he give to support this?
    I am interested as to how he arrived at this.
    It was a public lecture and his life was not the main topic, so she did not provide any proof. It was more an aside, similar to the way neuroscientists like tell you that Descartes' 'cogito ergo sum' is wrong.

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    It was a public lecture and his life was not the main topic, so she did not provide any proof. It was more an aside, similar to the way neuroscientists like tell you that Descartes' 'cogito ergo sum' is wrong.
    I believe I am so cute, therefore I am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    I reckon it was more than a guess.
    Many interpretations and interpreters of history there are.

    But,

    Well, to Buddhist who follow Buddhism what is and should be important is the core message he brought -
    the four noble truths
    the noble eightfold path
    (Vipassanā)

    *Turns in to a Vulcan*

    Edit -
    Vulcan philosophy and Buddhism difference incredibly.
    I was only making a joke.

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    what is going on is this thread??? Hmmmm???

    One time, another INTJ I know, also with a lot of interest in astrology, told me my very detailed astrological reading. I was so pissed off that I , well, got pretty pissed off, as it was distrubingly accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orobas View Post
    what is going on is this thread??? Hmmmm???
    Zarathustra defends his Ni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Zarathustra defends his Ni.


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    Used to believe it. Then met some people who are completely different from the sign they are born under. Starts to have doubts. I am not going to discredit it though.
    The archetypes are still useful to classify people and understand human traits.
    I give astrology more credit than the enneagram, which I think is more BS.
    If you think astrology is BS, you should think the enneagram is BS as well.

    I am an aries, and it fits quite well for me. Reading the scorpio description also seems to be looking in the mirror for me, which is like an introverted aries.
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    Updated chart with time of day, as was requested.
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    @Zarathustra .. Have you ever read Astrology, Psychology and the four elements by Stephen Arroyo?

    It's a very interesting read.

    The below is pasted from Amazon ..
    In the first part, Mr. Arroyo compares the works of various psychologists (such C. G. Jung, Sigmund Freud and O. Hobart Mowrer), physicians (such as Alexander Ruperti), philosophers (such as L. L. White, Hans Stossel, Irving F. Laucks and Pascal), biologists (such as Père Tielhard de Chardin) and writers (such as Goethe) with various astrologers (such as Dane Rudhyar, David Hamblin and Marc E. Jones), mythological experts (such as Joseph Campbell) and people claiming clairvoyant abilities (such as Edgar Cayce). From these (and many others whom I have not named), Mr. Arroyo creates a synthesis to describe a more humanistic and holistic approach to both psychology and astrology, and encourages psychological counselors interested in astrology to utilize tools from astrology to assist in understand their patients. He also lays the foundation for viewing the zodiacal signs with regard to the seasons of the year in which they fall with their corresponding psychological meanings.
    “I made you take time to look at what I saw and when you took time to really notice my flower, you hung all your associations with flowers on my flower and you write about my flower as if I think and see what you think and see—and I don't.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by yenom View Post
    If you think astrology is BS, you should think the enneagram is BS as well.
    Why? Enneagram types are just adjectives -- you describe someone by using a type because they behave in ways consistent with the typing. Astrology types are assigned without taking into account any personality characteristics or behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Have you ever read Astrology, Psychology and the four elements by Stephen Arroyo?
    No, but thank you for bringing it to my attention.

    It sounds interesting. I'll put it in my book list.

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