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      October 25, 1979
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      Open your heart and let the sun shine in
      Those born on October 25 must give form to their ideas. Although they can be extremely imaginative people, their dreams and visions mean nothing to them unless they can be substantiated in physical reality. Those born on this day generally present a solid, earthy exterior to the world and, although often quiet, will give reassuring support to their families and friends. They serve as a rock on which their colleagues, students or employees can depend without fear of being let down.

      More highly evolved October 25 people are not satisfied with only developing their physical self but want to universalize their substantive feelings for form and structure. The great opportunity and challenge for all October 25 people is to give shape to their fantasy and to translate their innate physicality into productive work. Consequently, they should take an interest in art, politics, literature, city planning, ecology or a host of other areas in which their solid, substantial natures can produce tangible results. Ultimately, however, they may progress still further, expressing a truly original creativity that reaches into more abstract or theoretical areas as well. All along the way they must beware of power urges getting out of control and being diverted into destructive or immoral activities.

      October 25 people hate chaos and like to be in control of things. They may be very intolerant of those whom they see as flaky, abstruse or vague, and can be quite severe with such people. They frequently will fight to overcome their own uncertainties in their twenties, ruthlessly hanging in there no matter what and hammering away at themselves until they have built a rock-solid personality. In doing so, however, they may have to cut away a certain amount of sensitivity. They will have to beware of being too critical of those they perceive as less mature than they.

      An great challenge for October 25 people is not to get stuck, either at the most basic physical manifestation of their personalities or at any further step in their spiritual evolution. Habit, repetition, comfort and financial security will tempt them to quit and rest at an acceptable level, giving in to the desire to luxuriate or vegetate and forsaking their ideals and goals.

      Another danger is that when young they will reach a high level of achievement in the physical realm and not know what to do with themselves when age comes on and this power starts slipping away. It is precisely here that the opportunity exists to graduate to a higher plane, but they will often struggle for some years before doing so. October 25 people are tremendously self-sufficient, but must learn to ask for help when needed and give others a chance to assume the dominant role from time to time.




      Beware of your tendency to let things slide.

      Don’t get stuck.

      Keep your goals in sight and never relinquish your ideals.

      Try to understand your critics.

      Don’t burn bridges or paint yourself into a corner.
      Those born on October 25 often ignore symptoms and general indications of bad health, and thus work against themselves by allowing chronic conditions to take hold. Their faith in their ability to heal themselves may not be born out in all cases. Therefore, when more serious complaints arise, they should not procrastinate in seeing a doctor. Most October 25 people are, however, sensible about their diet, love to eat and take an active interest in all types of cuisines. Long walks, light jogging or swimming are recommended either daily or a few times a week; overly strenuous exercise without sufficient buildup is not a good idea. Generally October 25 people need a lot of sleep and also regular sexual gratification. The sooner they can find an affectionate, responsive and understanding life partner the better. As they grow older their drives toward perilous emotional and physical encounters should be tempered and ultimately phased out.

      Those born on the 25th day of the month are ruled by the number 7 (2+5=7), and by the watery planet Neptune. The connection between Neptune and Venus (ruler of Libra) can lend grace and imagination to an October 25 personality, but Pluto’s influence, as Scorpio’s ruler, brings to this combination an earthy power. Those ruled by the number 7 typically enjoy change and travel, but many October 25 people prefer remaining closer to home; a conflict in this area can result, particularly if long commutes or mandatory business trips are necessary.

      The 7th card of the Major Arcana is The Chariot, which depicts a triumphant man moving through the world, manifesting his physical presence in a dynamic way. The card may be interpreted to mean that no matter how narrow or precarious the correct path, one must continue on. The good side of this card posits success, talent and efficiency; the bad side suggests a dictatorial attitude and a poor sense of direction.






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      Big personalities, those born during the Week of Drama & Criticism may prove too much for anyone to handle. Their influence can not only dominate their immediate circle but go far beyond it; that influence is surely personal, for these are charismatic individuals, but also often intellectual, since their ideas are well thought out and highly developed. These people usually have something to say on almost any subject. Their penchant for preaching from the pulpit makes them well suited to be teachers, whether professionally or informally, and their students usually come to depend heavily on them for guidance.

      They meld mental and emotional characteristics—not always an easy task. These two aspects of their personality are often at war, with the head guiding and the heart denying, or viceversa. They can get into a real mess with themselves when their intellectual and emotional natures clash. Periods of indecision may be broken by outbursts of aggression, and self-assured determination and control may be undermined by procrastination and love of repose. The tensions and disappointments of life can at times prove too much for them, such that they retreat into isolation. Thus they benefit from physical exercise, fitness training, sound diets and all activities that promote healthy contact with the world and relationships and activities that lessen their tendency to isolate themselves from the world or will prove beneficial to them.

      Their mental orientation appears in their perceptiveness and sharp insightfulness. The twin dangers here are a sense of personal infallibility and a tendency to be overcritical; their disapproving or denigrating attitudes can hurt those close to them, undermining their confidence in subtle ways. Their intimates may have to fight back against such negative expectations and predictions, not just to protect but to liberate themselves. They should seriously think about the possibility of learning to back off, and of not only keeping their opinions to themselves but in many cases letting go of them completely.

      These people have a decidedly modern approach in most areas, but also shelter an undeniable sense of tradition. This is particularly clear in their devotion to parents and children, in whose lives they play a large role–sometimes too large. Not that they too easily accept the values of their parents—far from it—their attachment is more emotional. After a stormy and rebellious adolescence, they often return to an extremely close relationship with their parents in later life.

      As responsible as many of these people seem in many areas of everyday life, they have an undeniably wild, unpredictable side. Dramatic and impulsive, they will unhesitatingly fly in the face of society’s moral codes to assert their values or express themselves, which they can do both cogently and flamboyantly. Even the mildest of these folks have an exhibitionistic side, and want and need others to take notice of them. Their private lives may include many love affairs, charting a path strewn with the broken hearts of those who have had relationships with them. Their particular brand of charisma, impulsiveness and mental power makes them formidable and sometimes even dangerous individuals to be involved with.

      Sensuousness and passion are important themes in their lives. In their relationships with others, however, they may exhibit a split between these two areas, treating sexuality quite differently from sensuality, and basing a relationship squarely on either one or the other, and only rarely on both. They express their sensuousness in their love of the beautiful and tasteful objects with which they surround themselves, or in an appreciation of art, music and literature.

      Those romantically involved with them must beware of addictive tendencies in such relationships. Unduly deep attachments that go beyond usual or even healthy limits may result in debilitating dependencies and painful partings and breakups, even in symptoms resembling drug withdrawal. The most successful type of this personality is able to structure relationships so that both parties have their own space and retain their identities; less successful ones may be fated to experience a painful string of failed relationships. A combination of deep love and friendship in a marriage with one of them is possible, however, and such a bond will overcome almost any difficulties that may arise.

      With children, whether their own or those of other family members or friends, those born during the Week of Drama & Criticism take seriously the role of responsible adult guide, but can lose their objectivity and wind up getting too emotionally involved. These folks must learn to be respectful of children, students and other young people, and to realize how damaging their feelings and desires, and perhaps their unrealistic expectations, may prove.


      Try to relax and have fun.

      Learn to be less picky.

      Do not cut yourself off from unusual experiences but maintain your poise and balance.

      Continue to battle with life and resist escapism or the throes of self-pity.

      Leave the past behind and embrace the future.

      Cynicism and sarcasm are poison to you.






      Those born during the Way of Structure must develop both the psychological and physical structures to maximize their health, work, and overall welfare. Spiritually idealistic, they are challenged to develop their pragmatic side and eschew those elements that will distract them from the here and now. These individuals feel overwhelmed when they are called to make a decision and are daunted by large amounts of information. They must learn how to structure and arrange the details of life in a manner that enables them to be decisive. Taking their heads out of the clouds, paying attention to what is in front of their noses, and refusing to be carried away by metaphysical impulses will help them deal with and enjoy the tasks of everyday life. Eventually, they will find fulfillment by participating in the most mundane life experiences and will be grounded enough to put their compassion to work in the service of others.

      These people possess an inborn mysticism. Esoterically speaking, one could think of them as having spent many lifetimes pursuing a love of the divine, perhaps as monks or nuns, yogis or teachers. By nature they are devoted, caring, and inspired. There is a part of them that exists in another dimension or another place. Yearning for a deeper connection to the divine, they find it difficult to be wholly present in the now—or even in their own bodies for that matter. Desiring transcendence and yearning for truth, beauty, and joy, they suffer from the harsh realities of life and the misfortunes of others. Often they want to do something to help others, but feel powerless to do so. They may feel a general dissatisfaction with the conditions of their time. Escapism runs rampant here as they try to avoid dealing with the sorrows of the world. While the more evolved will find solace in art, music, and the pursuit of a spiritual or inner life, others may choose more self-indulgent outlets such as sensual pleasure, or even mind­altering substances, and risk developing dangerous dependencies. They may idealize romantic love, or abandon themselves in a relationship, attempting to merge with their love object only to be disappointed once the blinders of new love come off and they discover the “horrid reality” and sheer humanness of their loved one. Thus, they often move from one person to another forever searching for the unattainable.

      They may be some of the most impractical people you will meet and rarely do they think logically. Making decisions is torture for them. They are so psychic they feel inundated with impressions much of the time and this causes them to feel disoriented and confused. They may not discern what is important or be able to pick out the details or facts that may enable them to draw conclusions. Their minds are so adrift in spirit they often prefer to completely ignore anything having to do with the day-to­day practicalities, including taking care of their health. Often they are out of touch with their bodies and may be prone to exhibit emotional distress in physical ways. Part of the reason for this may be that on a deep spiritual level they may not wish to be embodied at all. Ambivalent about real life, it seems they would prefer to be elsewhere. It is important for them to ground themselves in the here and now. They will enjoy life more once they figure out a way to deal with the world. It would help them to begin to learn how to make decisions. The first decision that they might choose is to get on with living by participating fully in life.

      Their goal is to become practical in their decision making. In order to become more decisive they must first create the structure for arranging information relevant to a question so that the answer or course of action they seek is made clear. They must learn to sift and weigh facts and data and how to analyze it by putting it into logical structures such as decision trees in order to help them make decisions. They must also work hard to learn how to create mental systems or hierarchies for ranking tasks or priorities. Believe it or not, such a simple and practical skill as putting things in order is somewhat foreign to these individuals.

      Once they have trained their minds, they can begin to establish better emotional boundaries between themselves and others. By recognizing that they have weak psychic boundaries and are frequently emotionally buffeted by the actions and feelings of others, they can begin to create better internal and external structures to protect themselves from sensory overload. As they become more adept at organizing their thoughts and crafting inner structure, they will also create outer regimens and routines all of which will serve to bring their lives into better balance. Moreover, they are likely to learn how to manage the connection between their minds and emotions and their bodies through sports, yoga, or martial arts. They will be immeasurably aided by a physical fitness regimen since it not only helps clear their thinking, but because it also clears their emotions and brings them into alignment with the physical world.

      By learning basic skills such as decision making and organization—in essence, dealing with life more effectively—they will enjoy greater stability and inner peace though the process may be more difficult at first. With a more practical orientation, they will be better suited to help those around them. In fact, their inherent spirituality demands some commitment to serving others. They will never truly feel fulfilled unless they are able to help those in need, or contribute in some other way to making the world a better place. Thus, having injected some structure into their lives and getting a better grip on reality, many of them may devote their spirituality to an art form, a craft, a skill, a field of endeavor, or even simply to their own form of service to others. Communication of all kinds, but writing, in particular, seems well suited to them since they can pour their unique brand of inspiration and ability to craft the alternate reality they see in their minds onto the printed page. It should be noted that it is not uncommon for successful writers to have fixed schedules and routines for their writing.

      Some may go overboard, becoming so highly structured that they become rigid in their need for routine. In fact, as dependency oriented as they are, they must take care not to become overly dependent on the structures they have erected. Organizing their lives too severely, they may cut themselves off from the creativity of random occurrence, epiphanies, and other serendipities that can initiate real change. An ancillary problem may be that they use their newly developed analytical skills to become too fault finding or pessimistic. Because of their yearning for a more beautiful way of life, both for themselves and others, they often only see the negatives of the world and in others. The best prescription in such a scenario is for them to invoke their capacity to forgive. A bottomless well of forgiveness is theirs for the asking since it comes naturally and easily to them. Forgiving others’ failings, as well as their own and those of the world will make them much easier to live with and much happier in the long run.

      They might do well do cultivate some practical standards for what they are seeking in a partner and to separate the reality of living life day to day with someone from their desire for transcendence. They are happiest living a quiet, simple, even family, life. Eventually they will learn that it is best if they live far from noise and distraction since this interferes with their ability to be grounded. Leaving plenty of room for solitude, they will structure a life that is satisfying in every respect, balanced between their devotion to something greater than themselves and mundane existence. In a sense, they may one day be the masters of both realms.

      Those born during the Way of Structure call to mind the Egyptian goddess Isis. In myth, Isis, among other things, ruled the practical arts of spinning, weaving, grinding, and healing, functioning as an earth goddess presiding over hearth and home. In the Egyptian pantheon, Isis was the daughter of Geb the earth god and Nut the sky goddess and was the mother of the race of Egyptian kings. As her family relations indicate, Isis is a fitting symbol for them since she acts as a mediator between the divine and earthly realms.



      Think of information as a tool.

      Realize that decision making is about putting all considerations into perspective.

      Don’t feel overwhelmed.

      Get organized! Take one step at a time.
      Need to release
      Expected reward
      Must learn to balance



      Though there are some born during the Cusp of Drama & Criticism who travel the Way of Structure and will go through life feeling like square pegs in round holes, quite a few others will enjoy real achievement and success. With big personalities, they may chafe a bit at the call to ground themselves in the seemingly mundane issues of life and disdain the need for routine, structure, and personal discipline. Yet they have much greater objectivity than some who journey along this path, and their finely honed analytic talents will serve them in wonderful stead as they come to terms with physical and material reality. If they can be on guard in themselves against inflated opinions of their own talents and come to understand that their truest calling is to serve as channels for divine inspiration to manifest itself in the real world, they will take up their tasks more willingly as they make their way along this path.








      The Month of the Enforcer is the eighth month of the Personology year. Weighty and intense, those who are born this month share certain aggressive characteristics with those born during the month of the Dynamo, but are more fixed in their orientation. They symbolically demonstrate the power of middle age and a corresponding ability to direct and control the life around it.

      Although often defensive, they have a far-seeing nature and a capacity to both ascend to the heights and plummet to the depths.

      These people have the capacity to shun human contact if they wish, and deal with serious matters in a purposeful fashion. They tend to have volcanic sexual energies as well as an insight into the mysteries of metamorphosis and transformation.

      People born during the Month of the Enforcer transmute gracious, social and diplomatic energies into philosophical, changeable and fiery ones.

      Their personality can be likened to the onset of middle age and the individual’s attempt to achieve full power within social roles. This may involve being a dominant force in the family and workplace, or reaching the summit of one’s creative achievement. These people emphasize their powerful, sexual, dark, fateful and deep aspects, including dynamism and directedness, but perhaps also belligerence. Often serious people, those who have felt their sting know that they are not easily ignored. However, they usually do not seek confrontation but rather keep their weapons in reserve to be used in self-defense.

      Many of them have been unfairly labeled as treacherous, underhanded and oversexed. In fact, they do have an intimate connection with the world of the unconscious. Furthermore, the themes of death and rebirth play a dynamic part in their lives; many of them seem to undergo an arduous, sometimes agonized, process of transformation and metamorphosis in their personality.

      Generally speaking, those who are born during the Month of the Enforcer carry with them an instinctive understanding of the high seriousness and tragic nature of life. Therefore, they are very suspicious of pollyanna philosophies, panaceas, undue optimism and superficial attitudes or glitter. On the other hand, they usually have an excellent sense of humor, and show a mature understanding of the ironies of life. They must beware, more than most, of tendencies toward self-destructive and overly controlling behavior, addiction and in general an inability to relinquish attachments of all sorts—whether to people or ideas.



      Their zodiac sign
      Their mode of thought
      Their motto
      Their pattern of development
      Though there are some born during the Cusp of Drama & Criticism who travel the Way of Structure and will go through life feeling like square pegs in round holes, quite a few others will enjoy real achievement and success. With big personalities, they may chafe a bit at the call to ground themselves in the seemingly mundane issues of life and disdain the need for routine, structure, and personal discipline. Yet they have much greater objectivity than some who journey along this path, and their finely honed analytic talents will serve them in wonderful stead as they come to terms with physical and material reality. If they can be on guard in themselves against inflated opinions of their own talents and come to understand that their truest calling is to serve as channels for divine inspiration to manifest itself in the real world, they will take up their tasks more willingly as they make their way along this path.






      The fall equinox usually occurs around September 23rd in the northern hemisphere. At this time of harvest, days and nights are again of equal length. As fall wears on, however, the days grow shorter and the nights longer. Fall is the third quarter of the yearly cycle, extending from the fall equinox to the winter solstice.

      Fall is traditionally the period at which time the final harvest of summer growth takes place—afterwards, much of the ground is covered by leaves or mulch for the winter. A decomposition of plant life now begins by which the earth is enriched. Most of the farmland lies fallow during this period but some winter crops can be planted. Temperatures begin to drop as the sun shares less of itself, and freezing nights are evinced by morning frost. Some animal life goes into hibernation or migrates to a warmer climate. Deciduous trees change color in riotous displays, and an autumn nip is in the air. The rhythm of life of this quadrant is quicker and more survival-oriented. High-energy or bulk diets are preferred here (both by animals and humans). The bounty of foodstuffs is waning, and life again becomes more difficult.

      Generally speaking, those born in the fall demonstrate both a greater ability and need to control their external environment. Autumnal people are rarely as enthusiastic as those born in the spring and summer, being rather more selective and critical. Maintenance is the overriding consideration here rather than initiation or development of new projects. In some respects, autumnal people tend to be more introverted and thoughtful than springtime and summertime people. Feelings are kept under stricter control. Yet, social urges are more maturely and fully expressed here also—friendships, group and community activities, direct working contributions to society are important at this time. Autumnal people manifest a strong urge to share and take part in serious and fulfilling relationships.

      Those born in the fall have a heightened awareness of what is going on around them, perhaps greater than that of any other seasonal group. Impulse and emotion may be lower key in autumnal people, but often more subtle and complex. Both self–understanding and self–control are given high priority.

      Autumnal folks tend to be more concerned with nurturing ideas and with survival than with bringing new life into the world. Childbearing and childrearing generally speaking may not hold as central a place for autumnal people as for those born at other times of the year. Sexuality and affection, on the other hand, may hold a deeper meaning and be highly valued by autumnal people. Rather than being positive per se, the attitude of those born in this period is realistic, and positive only when justified by the course of external events.




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