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« on: Apr 21, 2011 04:29 pm »

Lucky what i see here for your age group is this aspect between Saturn and Uranus. They were running along together neck and neck for a time and gave a certain flavor to your age group. i intend to write about it soon. Lucky you have quite a social combination there that involves your philosophy on life.

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Dear Eric,

Although I am a little younger than you (Oct. 15 1989, Sun-Libra Rising-Sag), I feel like a good deal of what Steve described in his latest post may relate to generational influences in certain ways as I think that I, and many others within the same range, are experiencing quite similar influences and changes albeit in unique ways.

For example, I think that Pluto in Scorpio can be attributed to the generation at the turn of the century which was raised in an increasingly "darker" cultural climate but is now majorly in the 20's and a generation that is becoming increasingly receptive and attuned to spiritual and progressive matters at a much younger age, but also connecting and accepting of new terms and concepts arising from science and technology which do not contradict spirituality but in fact coincide with it.

I've always kind of felt like those of us born in, say, the late 80's are kind of like that "crossover" generation:  we still have certain memories and recollections of what it is to be a kid in the "90's" but we are also very much a part of the youth ushering in the new millenium and 21st century.

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« Reply #1 on: Apr 23, 2011 04:03 am »

I agree with you mister midnite astrologer

Thank you for your input
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« Reply #2 on: Apr 23, 2011 04:48 am »

Lucky what i see here for your age group is this aspect between Saturn and Uranus. They were running along together neck and neck for a time and gave a certain flavor to your age group. i intend to write about it soon. Lucky you have quite a social combination there that involves your philosophy on life.

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Dear Eric,

Although I am a little younger than you (Oct. 15 1989, Sun-Libra Rising-Sag), I feel like a good deal of what Steve described in his latest post may relate to generational influences in certain ways as I think that I, and many others within the same range, are experiencing quite similar influences and changes albeit in unique ways.

For example, I think that Pluto in Scorpio can be attributed to the generation at the turn of the century which was raised in an increasingly "darker" cultural climate but is now majorly in the 20's and a generation that is becoming increasingly receptive and attuned to spiritual and progressive matters at a much younger age, but also connecting and accepting of new terms and concepts arising from science and technology which do not contradict spirituality but in fact coincide with it.

I've always kind of felt like those of us born in, say, the late 80's are kind of like that "crossover" generation:  we still have certain memories and recollections of what it is to be a kid in the "90's" but we are also very much a part of the youth ushering in the new millenium and 21st century.

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Lucky


thanks lucky. interesting food for thought.
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