Mercury in Scorpio Opposite Uranus - Shocking News
Something really horrible had to be going on with him to make him choose to leave not only his family and friends but even his dog.
I have no idea what is going on with the dog food at the funeral. Maybe the family and friends decided to organize a food drive for an animal shelter in the boy's memory???
I've noticed a lot of kids these days do that sort of thing for their birthday parties - ask for donations in lieu of gifts, usually for animal shelters. I could easily imagine someone doing that in my church!
My husband has a cousin who commited suicide in his bedroom with a gun at that same age, 17. I remember running a chart on him, he was born and died on his pluto line. Pluto is so nasty, esp when working with Mars in a chart. I wonder if he moved, he would have had a chance. He lived in a very tiny city with a religious cult his parents were involved in.
Im a big believer in astrocartography. I run lines and things are exposed to me. Tornados are caused by Jupiter lines. Tragedies that have secrets have Mercury line over them to show they are mastermind or conspiracy behind it.
Continued from prior...
It must have been two o'clock because all of the sudden, a man stepped onto the platform to stand behind a lectern. He had a bag the dog food on his shoulder. I was taken aback. But I figured we were going to find out about this now. How this boy loved his dog? But still it was just mind-boggling. The man looked sad. Like he'd rather not but he was resigned to this.
He began by explaining that he had prayed about this situation. This is common with Protestants. They don't make decisions without, "praying on it". I have to say, they seem to get very good answers, in my experience. I am not talking about tv mega church preachers. I'm talking about regular people you meet around here.
In whatever case, he said that God told him what he was to do and what he was to say at this funeral. He believed there were two things he was to convey, intended to help the family and everyone else there. The bag of dog food was setting on his shoulder. He was tall and standing on a platform so it was the most elevated thing in the room. I was transfixed.
He said he knew the boy. He met him when he was 11 years old. He could recall the first words they exchanged. You could tell the man had been thinking about all this... hard. It showed in his face.
He expressed his sorrow at what had happened. He called it an "accident" which was kind and not exactly un-truthful. "I guess you're wondering why I've got this dog food..."
He said that he did think that anyone their should carry any guilt over this situation. He did not think God (or the boy) wanted anyone to be burdened by things like this. What you did or didn't do or think you could have done, etc. This was expressed as a personal opinion.
I thought it was nice for the family. Permission, see?
He went on to explain that he had been carrying the dog food bag all day. Turns out, he sat down behind the casket but kept the bag on his shoulder.
He said he should not be carrying the bag because he had a bad neck. "In fact, I had an epidural shot in my neck, two days ago. My doctor would advise against my carrying this bag..."
He wanted everyone to see it, though. He wanted them so see how he was not made to carry a burden of this sort.... and either are you or me, or whoever. We're going to miss this boy and we're going to grieve, maybe for a long time, but we should not be carrying this extra burden - point was taken, it was not put on him by God. It was added on.
Eventually he set the bag down; in the process, he illustrated how this could be done. I thought this was very effective and potentially very helpful to the family, going forward.
To be continued.
Oh Elsa. I am a person who always ha an open door so it was good to read that your husband and you are also hospitable people. That father, oh no words are adequate. May he eventually find some comfort in his grief.