Feb 242012
 

Astrology: the study that assumes and attempts to interpret the influence of the heavenly bodies on human affairs. (Other than solar flares causing problems with orbiting satellites that ends up interrupting communication I am not a believer in Astrology.)

I get a lot of emails related to the blog. Lately it has been about selling stuff (probably worthy of its own post), but then there was a break when I got an email from Ron Stewart. He wanted to discuss his theory that neurological diseases are caused by the movements of the Sun and Moon. Ron noted we are entering one of those extreme points now and people with MS can expect a significant exacerbation.

The flare ups are mathematically connected to early gestation with the same algorithm which describes the lunar EXTREME points of perigee and apogee of the moon. ( time each year when the moon is closest/furthest to Earth) which is the same algorithm which describes the movement of the Sun to EXTREME barycenter points. ( that is , at those points the Sun is furthest from the center of gravity of the Solar System.)

We are entering such a point now, with several peaks in sight, notably the first week of March through at least the first week of May and probably until the end of the year.

If you do not understand the quote do not feel bad, neither do I. At first it sounded like simple Astrology (if it is ever simple) and being born a Leo or Taurus can be hard with Multiple Sclerosis, but then he started talking about birth year. If birth year is important that sounds more like the Chinese Zodiac, and in the end who really wants to be the monkey or the pig.

From the beginning Ron had asked for my date of birth for research purposes. I had ignored that request, but when I requested permission to post a transcript of the emails he would only agree if I gave him my birth date. I denied because that was too much information, and he replied “They, ( you) are also tending to paranoia. What in the world do you think I could do with your D.O.B? In fact, if I wanted to exert the effort, I could have it in short order. ( I don’t and I won’t).” (They in this context was the left brained people, not the traditional right and left brained this is something new)

To those still reading I do not know what the bad signs are (e.g. Leo, Taurus, Monkey, or Snake) but I hope you were not born under one. After posting this I will email Ron so he can comment. Maybe you can get him to do a reading for you to see if you were born under a bad star, or moon (as I have the CCR song going through my head).

 

  2 Responses to “Multiple Sclerosis and Astrology”

  1. I will add that I did get a follow-up email saying he did not need my DOB. I guess he got a grant to study Astrology. Is this the NMSS hard at work?

    Another quote from Stan

    My theory says that excerbations of MS ( and OTHER neuro conditions like ALS and Parkinsons, KLS, narcolepsy, cataplexy, “conversion disorder” and others) happen at ANNUAL lunar EXTREMES of perigee or apogee that occur SIMULTANEOUSLY with alignments of Uranus Venus and Mercury with other planets, particularly either/both of the two gas giants, Saturn and Jupiter.

  2. Hey Eric:

    You only posted PART of my email. Not fair.

    I did say: MS is exacerbated when alignments of Uranus Venus and Mercury happen, especially if the are ALSO with either Jupiter or Saturn, the two largest planets in the Solar System. to be at it’sworsts, the alignment MUST take place at ANNUAl lunar EXTREME .

    Jupiter alone comprises more that 90% of all the mass in the SS outside of the SUN.

    You failed to post the part of my email that commented on May 2003, when you told me you were at your WORST ever with MS

    May 1, 2003 was ANNUAL lunar EXTREME MAXIMUM apogee. It happened SIMULTANEOUS with an alignment of Uranus Venus Mercury and Jupiter.

    What’s so hard to understand about that ?

    I no longer have to tolerate the scorn of semi-educated youngsters.

    Adios.

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