Astrology in real life.
My husband and I started watching the miniseries, Rome, last night. I believe my husband to be a Roman soldier in another life, he believes the same, so it is always very interesting to watch programs like this. It is interesting because he such insight into the psyche of times. He is every bit as brutal in this life as he was back then, and he interacts with the TV.
He really prefers the short Roman sword, for example, to other swords he has fought with, presumably. He jabs the air with terrifying, focused strength, explaining how it can be jabbed into the ribs, while you block with your shield. “It’s a superior weapon,” he said.
“Why didn’t people copy it?” I asked.
“When you fought the Romans, there was usually no one left alive,” he said, gleefully. He’s got some pride about this for sure. And loyalty. No matter what a Roman soldier does, my husband is on his side. He sees his point of view and only his point of view. He really thinks this period was glorious and would go back to it in a minute, if it were possible.
Another thing I notice, is when a weapon is drawn, my husband will twitch. He wants to grab one of those swords so bad, it’s all he can do remain seated. Sitting next to him, you can feel the adrenaline that runs through him. It leaves you with no doubt, he knows exactly what to do with a Roman sword and shield.
It’s sort of like watching a sleeping dog dream, but more vivid, because he will blurt out his opinions and/or reaction to whatever is going on in the movie, in the vernacular of the time, if you can believe that. He will make a remark and then the character on screen will make nearly the same remark, though my husband has never seen the show. The mindset is the mindset, and he’s got this mindset – period.
So this goes on and it has for years. But last night as he was explaining the soldier groaned about having to take a man they’d crucified off a cross because “he just got him up there”, I realized if I were no longer an astrologer and I watched a program that had charts lying all over, I would be dying to pick them up and hold them too. I would probably also twitch, and involuntarily reach out to pick up the stack of charts and work with them.
This is how merged, astrology is with my soul. It’s quite a thing to realize. Maybe I have had prior lives after all.
Is there something you’re pulled towards in this way? What is it?
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