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In nations where Eastern astrology is practiced, there is a belief that one can tell when you will die. I’ve seen many astrologers in those nations profess to know when they personally would die, and when they failed, they simply vanished.

The chart continues after your life is complete. There are some indications that some would say can be signs of death. The late Lois Rodden, who had developed AstroDataBank in her effort to impress on the astrological community the need for more accuracy, actually did forecast her death. That’s not common. How she did it will probably also remain in question since she had a rectified chart and hadn’t known her time of birth. Her observations were based on an entirely different thing than I had observed in someone’s chart once in knowing that he was about to lose his father. (I expressed what I saw to a person who witnessed that I had, and the individual promised not to reveal this information to the family involved before it actually happened. It wouldn’t have been fair to anyone to have done.)

And then about 4 years or so ago, someone in Pakistan had been viciously beaten to near death and left on the side of the road. Since it was in the family of a close friend, I became involved in seeing what I could see. Other astrologers had declared that death was imminent. So had the psychics there. I did not. I saw all the signs that said the individual would live and regain his faculties regardless of how long. He’s doing well and is continuing to make progress. He’s walking again, and he’s feeding himself again.

I can give countless anecdotes like these. The bottom line is there is a matter of morals and ethics here, and if you tell that this particular event will happen, you can unduly influence what will happen. That is not the point of astrology. There can be other reasons why it looks like you might know when you’ll die, and you won’t know that till you discover there are more reasons than worrying about when the life will end. Better that you worry instead about how many positive achievements you can create during the time you have on this life plane! :)

Hope that helps.

Answered over 2 years ago
youngmichelle 2473
from United States

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I’m not sure if I understand your question but I’ll share one of my favorite quotes with you:

“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.” by Norman Cousins. And if you have some dark thoughts on you mind maybe doing something like this can cheer you up a bit :): Image Alt Text

Answered over 2 years ago
owly 3895
from United States

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