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Religion is gonna be cool again (Saturn in Pisces)

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I don't know if this has already been mentioned, but especially with Saturn going into Pisces (structured faith).

It's chaos out there right now; it would not surprise me if people who have not been raised in the faith, are looking now for structured answers.

We already tried cults (Saturn in Aquarius), but these, obviously, did not have the answers we wanted. So now it's religion.

What do you think?

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With Pluto going into Aquarius I'm sure cults will continue to flourish, but maybe Saturn into Pisces is a taster for Pluto into Pisces in 20 years or so? Whatever rumblings are happening now, perhaps it will see its true revolution when Pluto hits Pisces?

After Pluto in Aquarius, with all of its extreme tech, will religion be the balm that soothes our society?

Will we see another Inquisition?

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Seems possible but the exact opposite (suppression of religion) is also possible. We'll probably see both as everything seems to be part of some duality.

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I’ve been 😒 to organized religion of many denominations these past several years. I think many are infiltrated and, this is just personal, I am not doing that. It would be nice to see some that don’t have a subversive message outside the Bible. I’m not a literalist. At the end of the day God gave us free will, but …. idk I could be way off but…

How about the push to dissolve the church/religious tax-exempt status in the US? I’ve seen more rumblings and lawsuits towards that. 

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@allie120 

I've rejected several for pushing a message in recent years.  Now in my hermitude I enjoy two online for both the music and insightful uplifting sermons.

That push to remove tax exempt status from specific churches is discriminatory. Remove it for all or for none at all!

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@warped I know that the tax thing has been ongoing forever: I feel like it could be amplified or not by the media, depending upon usefulness. (Mostly because I don’t believe it’s never been challenged in 200 years).

Strict proponents of the constitution are adamant. I rather agree, maintain it, or go full on libertarian. 

I will stop here.

 

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i think something will be sacrificied. Maybe leave career to be a stay at home full time mother homemaker or full time student;  sacrifice comfort for hard work, or sacrifice a way of lifestyle for another and it will be beneficial either way because neptune/pisces/jupiter is benevolent.  those were good years the last time saturn was in pisces.

not sure about religion though. its not gonna be structured im guessing, and just going on faith and belief in yourself.

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@elisa I see the SAHM thing, as well as homeschooling, a lot. But it could also be wear I read, hang out, so it could be an echo chamber there.

My mom was SAHM until maybe I was a freshman in high school, when she got a part time job at the local bakery. I think about life back in the 70’s and early 80’s. We had one car for many many years. No cell phones, internet, so just one land line. Cable tv came along when I was in middle school, I think. We had a modest house, three bedrooms, and my sister and I shared one. We never went on family vacations. I think we didn’t have as many things and pay services, so while it wasn’t easy, interest rates were ridiculous, my family felt like they couldn’t get ahead, having a mom stay at home and be a homemaker was possible. I contrast that to what people pay for and choose to have nowadays.

No judgement…just an observation.

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@allie120 it maybe too much of a luxury to do that these days. Even i've seen tv series and movies that show young women not rely on men anymore and not fall in love or sacrifice their life, but sacrifice to the career because that's what is really set in stone. the romantic movies aren't fun to watch anymore because it isn't really romantic to me and there's no more cinderella and sleeping beauties and the young woman must fend for herself and be alone. So boring. Itd be nice to have it all and be strong with a partner anyway.

edit your mother was very lucky btw. ^^ you sounded like you had a nice family upbringing Smile

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@elisa Thank you. It was a good family upbringing overall. You live, grow up, learn.

The career woman thing has been around a long time. I have a lot to say about it, a lot of mixed feelings but I’ll leave it there.

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