WHY IS IT SO HARD TO FIND REAL MEN ANY MORE?
By Lubomir Dimitrov MSc,
Professional Astrologer, Australia
To Jean Parkinson, who inspired me to write this article.
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It is very common today to hear women from all walks of life commenting wistfully about the lack of
men. Indeed, what happened to the real men? You know, the ones that are strong, clever and capable,
but at the same time also caring, gentle and devoted?
Where to find men that are brave and courageous,
but at the same time romantic and affectionate? Or translated into modern language – where to find
potential husbands that earn good money and make impressive careers, but at the same time who also
would spend enough time with the kids and who would organize a romantic weekend retreat, just for the
two of you?
Where to look for men that are attractive, clever and sexy, but at the same time loving,
committed and loyal?
More and more women around the world find it increasingly difficult to find an answer to these
questions. It seems that the public consensus veers towards the verdict that most men at present cannot
fit the classical description of “real” men and are becoming more and more uncommitted, egocentric and
detached at best. A lot of people believe that real love that was once upon a time an attribute to the real
man has been now substituted by mere lust and sheer pursuit of sensual pleasures. It is believed that men
(especially young men) are becoming increasingly incapable of experiencing and showing true love
towards women. As a consequence men are becoming more and more perverse to say at least.
It is unlikely that we will find a straight-forward answer to the questions above without using some of
the methods used in the occult science. Astrology, for instance can be extremely useful in this respect.
For those of you who read my previous article called “The Age of Aquarius” it will
be easy to grasp the concepts presented below.
For those of you who haven’t, I recommend doing so
before reading further.
We said in it that every 2,000 years or so, the conditions on the Earth change dramatically in order to
reflect the new evolutionary impulses. On the other hand, this occurs in order to reflect the changed
conditions in the human consciousness. And indeed, there is no point for the spirits to get incarnated
over and over again into the same earth conditions; in this case the spirits will not have the opportunity
to learn something new and they will not evolve. For this reason, the conditions on the earth change
totally and utterly every 2,000 years or so.
During these periods of time (known also as Ages) the spirit gets incarnated at least twice – once as a
man and once as a woman. It is difficult to draw general rules for these matters and the individual
reincarnation path of one spirit may vary greatly to that of another. But, it is important to understand the
main idea – that normally during each Great year (or Age) we get incarnated at least twice – once as a
man and once as a woman. This is possible because the spirit itself is genderless and can be incarnated
in either sex. Having said that, it is essential to note that, again, there are no strict rules here and some spirits prefer to get incarnated as women, while others are much more inclined to choose men’s bodies.
may expand on the exact reasons why this is occurring in some other articles. For now it is sufficient to
mention simply the fact that certain spiritual lessons can only be learned in a particular gender, or race,
or country. Therefore, if a certain spirit exhibits preferences towards one particular sex and it has been
reincarnated several times one after another in its favorite gender, than it may find the switch of sexes
very difficult and traumatizing when the need for this arises in its next incarnation. These tendencies are
plainly and unmistakably revealed to us using astrology or some other occult techniques.
Here it is important to deviate a bit from the main topic in order to clarify something for those readers
who still have their doubts about reincarnation. The necessity to remove any doubts about the
reincarnation of the spirit is of especially great importance for those people who call themselves
spiritual. Most people that regard themselves as spiritual know that nothing happens by chance. The
fact that people are drawn to certain ideas and societies is not accidental. You probably know that you
too do not hold in your hands this issue of “Universal Mind” simply by chance and the fact that you are
reading this article is also not accidental. It clearly indicates a desire to learn certain spiritual truths. But
in order to progress further it is imperative that we fully accept with our hearts and with our minds that
the spirit does not die after the death of the physical body. It continues to live in the spiritual world,
ruminating on the elapsed life, until it is ready for its next reincarnation and there is a suitable
opportunity on the earth for it.
For the clairvoyant observer it is apparent that the patterns in every consecutive life are determined to a
great degree from the deeds done in the previous one. This fact also can be confirmed scientifically
through careful examination of the natal, astrological chart of the person in question, but it can also be
done through other means too. In the eastern teachings the dependence in the present life on the positive
or negative trends from previous lives is called karma. Thus, every single deed that we do (good or bad)
does not goes forgotten into the nothingness after the death of the physical body. Quite the contrary all
those deeds are summarized at the end to determine the type of life we are going to experience next. It
is imperative that the reader is free of any reservations about the idea of reincarnation, because without
it, it is impossible to explain most spiritual truths.
It was also pointed out in my previous article that we are now living at a critical moment in the
development of the humanity, when the old Age of Pisces is about to conclude and the New Age of
Aquarius is about the fully settle in. This means that starting approximately from the First World War
and finishing in about another 20-30 years from now, the spirits that get incarnated in human bodies on
Earth, incorporate within themselves completely new evolutionary impulses that are prominent for the
new Age of Aquarius. This is necessary in order to wipe out completely the obsolete patterns typical for
the old Age and to settle in the modern, innovative ways of the new planetary ruler - Uranus. This is
evident in every sphere of the human life, but it is especially apparent in the relationship between sexes.
Why is that so?
It is because the ideas of Uranus (the new ruler) and those of Neptune (the old ruler) concerning sexes,
masculinity and femininity in general are completely at odds to each other. Neptune believes that the
masculine energy of one individual has to merge completely with the feminine energy of another. In his
understanding this is done through the sacred ritual of marriage and once the words “I do” are uttered,
this union is supposed to be for life. This means that if necessary, the two individuals in question should
live together through happiness or difficulties and if the need be, they should sacrifice their own
personal freedom and sometimes even their own individuality for the sake of the family union and the
wellbeing of their children. The church (also governed by Neptune) played a significant role in this
process. The role of the church for the last 2,000 years (Neptune’s reign) was to govern nearly all
spheres of life and to direct people into what was believed to be the right path. The church position in
regard to the marriage was that personal sacrifices have to be made in the name of the family, the
children and the social peace.
Uranus on the other hand, finds such arrangement extremely restricting and incarcerating. The keyword
for Uranus is freedom and individuality and from his perspective such sacrifices are far too great. He
believes that the loss of personal freedom and autonomy is too high price to pay in order to raise
children or to achieve social peace. In his understanding, children can be brought up in other structures –
not necessarily the traditional family model – which may be even more economical and efficient
solution to the same problem. In regards to the social peace, Uranus believes that it can be achieved not
trough repressing the individual, but quite on opposite – by liberating them, although keeping them
together within the structure of a benevolent, world state.
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