Black Spirituality Religion : The Horoscope of Min. Louis Farrakhan

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  1. Aqil

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    Louis Farrakhan (Abdul Halim Furqan Muhammad) was born Louis Eugene Wolcott on Thursday, May 11, 1933, at 1:55 am (EDT), in Bronx, New York. He was born with the Sun in Taurus, the Moon in Sagittarius, and his time of birth gives him Aquarius rising. In other words, Minister Farrakhan is a Taurus with a Sagittarian personality who sees the world through the eyes of an Aquarian...

    Min. Farrakhan's natal Sun in Taurus shows that he is stable and well balanced, calmly confident and strongly sensual, with a powerful appetite for life. He enjoys simplicity, serenity, and a slow tempo, but he experiences occasional rages and violent reactions. Some of the key words that describe his personality are faithfulness, steadfastness, industriousness, obstinacy, stubbornness and patience. He possesses a practical and realistic mind, and much common sense. He is firm, faithful and jealous in his feelings. Politically he is peace-loving and protective toward the civil rights of the common people.

    His Taurus Sun conjuncts Venus, his ruling planet, in the 3rd house of communications. This shows that he is a skilled communicator with profound elocutionary expertise, and he excels as a public speaker and professional lobbyist.

    Mercury, the planet of the mind, is in early Taurus and occupies the 2nd house of money and material possessions. It conjoins Uranus, his life ruler, which is in late Aries. The 2nd house is ruled by Taurus on the natural zodiac, and the emphasis here indicates that much attention is focused on material acquisitions. Planets in Taurus or the 2nd house also gives a person a distinct voice and confers great oratorical powers. Min. Farrakhan possesses a very distinct voice, and he is a superb orator - being very dynamic and articulate in speech.

    The Moon in Sagittarius shows that Min. Farrakhan is a deeply religious man who loves his freedom and independence. He is jovial (a word derived from Jupiter, the planetary ruler of Sagittarius), active, fond of travel and sports, and a lover of the great outdoors. He is sincere, candid, and cordial toward those of different religious persuasions. There is the tendency to be blunt, however, to say whatever occurs to him at the moment - and think about it afterwards, if at all. Min. Farrakhan says whatever he thinks, an admirable quality to say the least, but not always a diplomatic one...

    He is generally good-natured, kind and honest, with a high-minded regard for the rights of others. In fact, an injustice to someone else amounts to a personal affront in his eyesight. He is quick to anger, but he has a forgiving nature and does not usually hold a grudge. Min. Farrakhan is a natural teacher, a visionary, for the Moon in Sagittarius enables him to see the outcome of events from a long distance. He has an active intuition, with accurate dreams that often come true...

    The Moon occupies the 10th house of careers, status and professionalism, and conjuncts the Midheaven (cusp of the 10th house, the highest point in the horoscope). Min. Farrakhan’s fiery personality dominates his individuality, because the Moon – ruler of the personality – was high in the Heavens at the time of his birth, whereas the Sun – ruler of the individuality – was near the Nadir, or lowest part of the Heavens.

    The Sun in Taurus/Moon in Sagittarius polarity greatly modifies the stubbornness and self-centeredness of Min. Farrakhan’s basic nature, giving him the inclination and ability for public speaking and the ministerial profession. It brings into activity a good portion of the life force, which indicates a life of great activity in matters pertaining to religion, philosophy, and social consciousness-raising.

    With the Moon conjunct the Midheaven in his horoscope, Min. Farrakhan’s feelings and emotions are directly linked to his ego. This indicates that his personality functions well as a result of having achieved status and prestige among a large segment of African-American people. This lunar aspect indicates popularity and a life in the public eye. It favors actors, entertainers and politicians, and confers gains through women of wealth and high social standing. Min. Farrakhan instinctively senses public opinion, and he has the ability to use this gift.

    The fixed air sign Aquarius was ascending on the eastern horizon at the time of Min. Farrakhan’s birth, and with Aquarius rising he is electric, eccentric, magnetic, inspirational, impressionistic, studious, affectionate and intuitive. He always appears quite self-confident, and exudes an air of “if you like me, fine – if you don’t, that’s fine too.” He enjoys being different, and takes great pride in his distinct individualism. He has strong powers of concentration, deep feelings, and a great love of beauty in the form of music, art and nature. Aquarius rising also indicates that Min. Farrakhan has a keen interest and appreciation for the occult sciences. Aquarius is the sign of truth, thus Min. Farrakhan is cosmically compelled to “tell it like it is.”

    There is a powerful triple conjunction in the 7th house of marriage, intimate relationships, business partnerships, and open enemies. Mars, Jupiter and Neptune are in close conjunction (within 8° orb) in the intellectual earth sign Virgo. And two important hypothetical points – the Part of Fortune and the South Node – conjunct these planets in the 7th house. The heavy emphasis in this house indicates a person who feels incomplete alone, and strives to fill the void with close partnerships or intimate confrontations...

    Min. Farrakhan functions better in interaction with others. Not necessarily passive or dependent, he can be assertive and take the initiative in forming relationships. He may encourage others to become dependent on him, thereby maintaining the relationships he needs. Some people who have many planets in the 7th house pick partners with whom they consistently argue and/or fight with. To them having a good battle is better than being alone...

    Although there is only one planet in the air signs (Saturn in Aquarius), there are five planets in the air houses (3rd/7th/11th), and an air sign is on the Ascendant. This emphasis accentuates Min. Farrakhan's superior intellectual ability. There are no planets in the fire houses (1st/5th/9th), but the Moon and Uranus (his life ruler) are in fire signs. There is only one planet in the water signs (Pluto in Cancer) and one planet (Saturn) in the water houses (4th/8th/12th). This indicates that Min. Farrakhan is not an emotional person...

    With six planets in the earth signs and four planets in the earth houses (2nd/6th/l0th) he is very practical, dependable, methodical, patient and hard-working. He is a Virgo underneath, because he was born with six planets in the earth signs and four planets in the mutable signs (Virgo is a mutable earth sign). This gives him a critical, analytical and highly discriminating nature that surfaces more often than not...

    [The name “Farrakhan” is derived from the Arabic word “furqan,” meaning something which differentiates between what is true and what is false; an argument, a proof or evidence, because an argument or a proof serves to discriminate between right and wrong. The word “furqan” also signifies “dawn,” because dawn distinguishes the day from the night. Al-Halim, "The Forbearing," "The Indulgent," is one of the 99 names of Allah (swt).]
     
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    So true from top to bottom
    What i see from viewing him
    That was great Agil

    Quote-This gives him a critical, analytical and highly discriminating nature that surfaces more often than not...This indicates that Min. Farrakhan is not an emotional person...
     
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    Thanx for this info, I was beginning to worry about this man.lol

    BTW,

    Does this apply to all Taureans?
     
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    You're welcome spicy...and no to your question...
     
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    Astrology...

    Although the Bible does go into great detail about astrology, it certainly makes its position clear. We should never trust in astrological beliefs or predictions. Astrology is an ancient, heathen practice that leads to disaster. Our lives are not determined by the stars or movement of planets. The Bible warns against the false predictions of astrology (Jeremiah 10:2; 27:9-10; Daniel 2:1-4; 4:7; 5:7-9) and repeatedly condemns the associated practice of worshipping the sun, moon and stars (or "deities or demons associated with them") (Deuteronomy 4:19; 17:2-5; 2 Kings 21:3, 5; Zephaniah 1:5; Job 31:26-28; Jeremiah 8:1-2).

    In Isaiah, God sarcastically rebukes Israel for practicing astrology,


    ...For you have trusted in your wickedness... Therefore evil shall come upon you... trouble shall fall upon you... Let now the astrologers, the stargazers, And the monthly prognosticators stand up and save you from what shall come upon you. Behold, they shall be as stubble, The fire shall burn them; They shall not deliver themselves from the power of the flame..."
    -Isaiah 47:10-14a
     
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    Your condemnation of astrology is out of context, pfa1451usa. There are only two specific discussions of the word "astrologers" in the Bible, and it is in the following passage from Isaiah 47:13, which is often cited as a Biblical "condemnation" of astrology. (I have to admit that when someone showed this passage to me for the first time, it looked like it was saying that all astrologers would burn in hell!)

    "Thou art wearied in the multitude of thy counsels. Let now the astrologers, the stargazers, the monthly prognosticators, stand up, and save thee from these things that shall come upon thee. Behold, they shall be as stubble; the fire shall burn them; they shall not deliver themselves from the power of the flame: there shall not be a coal to warm at, nor fire to sit before it..."

    But then I asked, "who is the 'thou' and 'thee' Isaiah is talking to?" On first reading this verse, it appeared to me that it was saying that astrologers would be burned, presumably for practicing astrology. Naturally, I was concerned, and resolved to check it out for myself. After a thorough reading of the verses in context, it appeared to be saying nothing more than that the God of the Israelites was going to punish the King of the Babylonians and his people, and that nothing - not even the Babylonian King's astrologers and other wise counselors - could do anything to save the Babylonians from the wrath of God.

    Remember that the Babylonians had taken the Israelites into captivity, and Isaiah was an Israelite. To them the Babylonians were evil oppressors. They hoped their God would smite the Babylonians and free them from captivity. Here are the verses immediately before and after Isaiah 47:13, in which "thee" refers to the nation of Babylon, not to astrologers:

    "Therefore shall evil come upon thee; thou shalt not know from whence it riseth: and mischief shall fall upon thee; thou shalt not be able to put it off: and desolation shall come upon thee suddenly, which thou shalt not know. Thus shall they be unto thee with whom thou hast labored - even thy merchants - from thy youth: they shall wander every one to his quarter; none shall save thee."

    This, then, is not a condemnation of astrologers, nor of the practice of astrology - but a condemnation of the King of Babylon and his people, who were enemies of the Israelites. Isaiah is saying that no one can save them, and mentions "astrologers" and "stargazers" among other kinds of Babylonian counselors as being powerless against the will of God.

    To assume that this passage condemns the practice of astrology itself is a misinterpretation of the true meaning of this Biblical prophecy. If this is taken to "condemn" astrology, then by the same misguided logic one would have to say that it also condemns "merchants." But it does not condemn them...it only says that they cannot save the King from the God of Israel. No human could save the King from God's plan, and later events proved this to be true according to the Biblical account...
     
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    The celestial bodies move in ways that are not controlled by man, pfa1451usa, but by God, The Supreme Controller of the Universe. If there are "signs" to be seen in their movements, one could argue that the "signs" are from God, and perhaps that is why their use as "signs" is specifically mentioned in the first chapter of the Bible:

    "And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years." (Genesis 1:14)

    Sometimes I wonder if the people who quote the Bible to condemn astrology have ever read what is on the very first page. It says God made these heavenly bodies to show us "signs" of His intentions, and those signs are there for anyone to read, if they would only learn how to interpret them.

    That is what astrology is all about - interpreting the signs in the motions of the Sun, Moon, planets and stars. And that is why Kings and Popes have consulted astrologers throughout the entire recorded history of mankind. In ancient times these wise counselors were called Magi (wise men) or Chaldeans, since many of the wise men who knew the principles of astrology were from Chaldea...
     
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    Further Biblical verification and validation of astrology can be found in Psalms 19:1-4, which reads as follows:

    “The Heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament showeth His handiwork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night showeth knowledge. There is no speech nor language where their voice is not heard. Their line is gone out through all the Earth, and their words to the end of the world.”

    And Jeremiah 10:2

    "Thus sayeth the Lord; learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of Heaven, for the heathen are dismayed at them."
     
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