Today’s Oracle takes us to the Libra monthly for November 1, 2001.
God is not mad at you, and won’t ask you to sacrifice your favorite cow, your ideas or your ass. One scourge of institutional religion is that we’re all infected with a concept of “god,” supposedly the ultimate and original creative force, who has limited powers, who is stingy and worst of all, vengeful. If god = love, then love = revenge. This god-concept, which then runs our minds, is not real; the whole phenomenon is internal, but it doesn’t help that millions of other people fall for it, and that a mean world is used as substantiation for the existence of a mean cosmic intelligence. While this particular issue seems to be nagging you lately, you’re headed for a rare moment of clarity on the true nature of your higher being and its relationship to the universal creative force. The process involves not remembering anything, but rather forgetting. Can we consciously choose to forget something? I don’t know, but some strange astrology coming your way suggests you’ll have lots of help if you try.