Today’s Oracle takes us to the Aquarius monthly for Dec. 1, 1999
Great confusion exists in this world between the concepts knowledge and belief. We tend to think knowledge is the trump card. Yet what we believe and wish to be true so often guides what we’re aware of. Facts can be stacked to support any pre-existing theory, which is dangerous when we have no idea what that theory is, because it was passed through ten or twenty generations before it ended up in your head in the modern world. In the highly advanced mind of an Aquarian, trained and shaped and crystallized by lifetimes of pondering, confusion such as this can lead to great difficulty in apprehending reality as it is now, and seeing opportunities to make authentic changes. Doubt can plague your creativity and your sense of justice. Life can become dull. In the past 12 months, you have faced many challenges, seemingly to what you know. Really, it’s your opinions that are being shaken, and opinions are basically trivia. What this exposes is your continued need to probe deeply, to seek, ask, and learn about what you do not know; and, at times, to face not knowing, and the possibility of never knowing. It’s better than being wrong, and far better than being right.
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