Asteroid Report - Angel

Introduction Some people call them Angels, others call them guardian spirits, and still others use the name daimon, djinn, or demon (for a fallen Angel). Some Angels appear with wings; others have the form of a lion or other bird or beast. According to many sources, there are nine or ten orders of Angels. The most common are these: Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones, Dominions, Virtues, Powers, Principalities, ArchAngels, and Angels. Some lists include Hosts. Angels are sometimes called Watchers and Holy Ones

While the Bible only names three Angels (Gabriel, Michael and Raphael), plenty of Angels are mentioned (the word Angel or its derivatives is used about 300 times in the Bible). Other sources list the names of hundreds of Angels, along with their natures and their responsibilities. Many holy books tell us that Angels are appointed to watch over us, and our literature and entertainment are filled with examples of Angelic presence.

This interpretation focuses on the Angels that are most prominent in your life. You will learn who they are, what they govern, what they can do for you, and how they work together. You will also learn ways to become more aware of them - ways to tune in to their protection and their messages. We each have at least one Angel or daimon who is always with us, who never deserts us, and who offers constant creative inspiration, if we only will listen. Today you can learn more about how to listen to your unique set of Angelic guides

The mysteries of the Angelic realms unfold in this beautifully written and illustrated astrology report. With an emphasis on Neptune in the chart, this report includes:

An Introduction to Angels in Astrology
Angels of the Cardinal Directions
Your Most Powerful Angelic Connections (Neptune in Sign, House and Decanate).
Angels in Your Daily Life (The Ascendant, Midheaven, Neptune Ruled House and Sun Sign).
Interacting with Angels (Neptune Aspects including Conjunctions, Oppositions, Squares, Trines, Sextiles, Semi-sextiles, Semi-squares, Sesqui-squares, Inconjunct and Quintiles).
Glossary – Order of Angels and other Angelic information.

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Sample Astrology Report for Jimmy Carter .

American politician who was 39th president from 1977 until 1981. He ran the family peanut business and led the neighborhood after serving in the Navy 1946-1953. He served as Georgia governor from 1971-1975. Carter rose quickly to the presidency from relative obscurity outside his native state. Jimmy was Earl and Lillian Gordy Carter's oldest of four children. Billy was 29 March 1937, Gloria 1926, Ruth 1929. His father emphasized hard work and ambition, while Lillian "gentled" Jimmy into school, church, and civic duty. Carter longed for Annapolis since childhood. After a challenging "plebe" year in 1943, he graduated 59th out of 820 from the US Naval Academy in 1946. Unhappy with Wyoming and Mississippi sea service, he placed 3rd in a 52-man submarine school. After four pleasant years in submarine service under Admiral Hyman Rickover, he reluctantly returned home to manage the family peanut and farming enterprises after his father's 1953 pancreatic cancer death. He raised his father's agricultural output 25 times with engineering. He joined Eastern barrios missions to aid after a "deeply profound religious experience" around 40. His governorship attempt against segregationist Lester Maddox failed after two state senate terms. He ran a successful 1970 moderate-conservative campaign after learning from his experiences. He ran for president after comparing himself to visiting leaders. The public wanted Carter's "good-guy" populism without George Wallace's racism after Nixon's departure and Ford's tenure. Carter was competitive, ambitious, and independent behind his famed smile. He lost to Ronald Reagan in 1980 due to his brusqueness with Congress, long gas lines, and the months-long Iranian conflict. Camp David, China, and Panama Canal deals were his favorites. Nuclear arms constraints and human rights activism saved lives and decreased torture. His domestic environmental record was good. Many of his 265 Federal bench nominees were minorities and women. After Reagan defeated him in 1980, he went to Plains, where his business was threatened. He persevered to reestablish the family business. He helped Ghanaian and Ambian farmers triple grain yields, founded the Carter Center to battle Ugandan river blindness, and was America's unofficial Middle East and Latin America envoy for democracy and peace. Carter pounded nails in low-income homes for "Habitat for Humanity." CNN reported that former President Carter accepted the Nobel Prize in Oslo on 10 December 2002 after receiving it at 4:30 AM on 11 October 2002. The Nobel site praises him "for his decades of untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development." On July 7, 1946, he married Rosalynn Smith and had four children: Jack, 1947; James Earl, 1950; Jeffrey, 1952; and Amy, 1967. Their 1987 bestseller Everything to Gain, Making the Most of Your Retirement was a bestseller. They fought more than ever while writing this book and decided to never write again. Jimmy and Rosalynn pursued independent and shared aims. She died naturally at 96 on November 19, 2023.

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