The Traditional Model of the Cosmos, Part VI: What About the Outer Planets?

This is the final installment in the series about the Traditional Model of the Cosmos in which I discuss my ideas about the Outer Planets.

For more information about my thoughts on the Outer Planets, see:

The Outer Planets – A Theory

The Outer Planets: the Pseudomythos of “Higher Octaves” and “Transcendence”

Pluto: Its Discovery, History, and Meaning

Author: Cynthia Thinnes

I am an Essentialist Astrologer and a housewife. I enjoy studying and discussing matters related to philosophy and religion. I also knit, crochet, and I am beginning to sew. I speak Japanese (although not very well), and I am studying Swedish, Latin, and Classical Greek. In addition to all of this, I am also learning about gardening. はじめまして。元型的な占星術師や主婦です。哲学を勉強しています。趣味は編み物や庭いじりです。下手でも日本語が出来ます。スウェーデン語もラテン語も古典的なギリシャ語を勉強しています。よろしくお願いします。

2 thoughts on “The Traditional Model of the Cosmos, Part VI: What About the Outer Planets?”

  1. I agree with you on the outer planets. The ancients may well have known about them but they were not ‘luminaries’, that is, visible to the naked eye. I do use them but I agree that they are generational and wholly negative influences that we must be wary of.

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