Friday, January 17, 2014

The Astrotheology and Astrology of Baha'u'llah and Charles Manson


This is not an attack on the Bahai Faith.  This is a collage comparing and contrasting Baha'u'llah and Charles Manson.   Both are Sun Sign Scorpios born on November 12th and Saturn Sign Aquarius's, but have opposing rising signs.  Baha'u'llah has a Scorpio Ascendant and Charles Manson had a Taurus Ascendant.    I would appreciate a thorough Synastry of their charts from someone who knows a lot about astrology.  Both were hardly taller than 5 feet 3 inches, experienced humiliating persecution, and had extroardinary charisma.  However they had slightly different backgrounds and slightly different types of persecution (that's an understatement).

Hopefully this comparison contrast draws attention to issues of child abuse emphasizing the fact Charles Manson was a classic victim of child abuse and complete institutionalization.   My heart goes out for his suffering even though I find what he and his followers did back in summer of 1969 thoroughly disgusting and reprehensible.

Hopefully this will stir inspirations for the Bahais who claim their prophet who is suppose to represent the end of child abuse, gets their shit together and does so, rather than going down as another fucked up abrahamic child sacrificing crock of shit. 

I am particularly interested in what Astrologers and people who study Astrotheology think of their charts and their lives.

In my humble opinion, Baha'u'llah was a very good person and Charlie was a very bad person, but neither one of them was absolutely good nor absolutely evil.  People flock to great charismatic people as either literal refugees or psychological refugees of a society that fucked them over.   Religion attracts desperation and desperation is often exploited even with the best of intentions.   I have seen and experienced both evil and good from Bahais and Manson followers alike.   How the great charisma is reflected by those enamored by the great charisma speaks for itself.   Draw your own conclusions, but please think carefully, analytically, and objectively.  Play fair.