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Abraham Lincoln, the Aquarian - the Republicans New Anti-Slavery President - Who Would Take on the World and Die for It.

Updated on July 19, 2020
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Christofer spent 10 years in family counseling. Later he obtained a Psy. D.. His focuses: Health, History, Astrology, Politics and Fables

The Aquarian (Water Bearer) Wants to Cover Our Land with Watery Truth

Lincoln's Incredible Year of 1863

Issued Final Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863.

Union victories at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on July 3,

and Vicksburg, Mississippi, on July 4.

December 8th, issued Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction, which established lenient terms for surrendering Confederates.

Behold the Water Bearer Who Had To Do The Emancipation Proclamation

The first time you read anything astrological, you say: “Where did they come up with these characters?” And then your next logical question is “How do these characteristics transfer some kind of meaning to the adherent?” Lincoln lived an utterly unique life for Aquarian Purposes.

Thanks Foreign Powers, the Confederacy, the Democrats and the usual Corrupts that got in the Way of the Emancipation Proclamation. Like an Aquarian, he took them all on and got U.S. Grant to win on the Battlefield, and turned around and offered Peace to Lee and the South.

Abraham Lincoln - The Ultimate Aquarian - Essentially One Against the World for What, At The Time Was Just a Battlefield Speech. "Gettysburg".

"Four Score and Seven Years Ago our Fathers brought forth upon this land, a New Nation conceived in Liberty and dedicated to the Propositionj that all men are created equal..."

(Now look at the Callout above to see all that he did in 1863)

The EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION still was not Appreciated Until Spielberg Produced the Movie! Lincoln spent the entire year of 1862 gaining favors from Congress to pass the E.P.

Reverse Engineering Astro Code Words That Explain the Detrimental

There are “Reverse Engineering” astro ideas are written to nail down some of the pictures that seem to contradict or create confusing images. Every name seems to have a code. Cancers are "Crabs" and "Moon Children". Sagittarians are "Pegasus" and "Half Horses". Aquarians are beset with contradictory oddities.

Lincoln was called "odd and "eccentric". But that is just the beginning.

From The Atlantic we learn:

"George Templeton Strong, a prominent New York lawyer and diarist, wrote that Lincoln was “a barbarian, Scythian, yahoo, or gorilla.” Henry Ward Beecher, the Connecticut-born preacher and abolitionist, often ridiculed Lincoln in his newspaper, The Independent (New York), rebuking him for his lack of refinement and calling him “an unshapely man.” Other Northern newspapers openly called for his assassination long before John Wilkes Booth pulled the trigger. He was called a coward, “an idiot,” and “the original gorilla” by none other than the commanding general of his armies, George McClellan."

The Aquarian can zero in on you with laser like intensity and then forget your name as you say good bye. That does not make them insincere, it just reveals that their mind is often somewhere else, but their heart is always “kind of” right. They can represent themselves with true honesty because their heart is truly nearer their awareness than their head is.

"Fixed Air" - Even the Phrase is Bemusing

Aquarians are accused pretty continuously of being stubborn and unmovable. Those words are actually too harsh. They are fixed, however. Fixed is a more technical word from astrology and since the Aquarian is often casting their sight and their plans in very far off neighborhoods (Airy), it is easy to seem as if they are “stubbornly” holding (fixed) to nutty concepts (air). The fun thing about the Aquarian is that they are always bemused that other people take the opinions that they do. There is always the next day. This is the Aquarian approach, and unless the other person is “hung up” with some personal issue, forgiveness and a new day can be found.

"Fixed Air Winter" - "Man that sounds cold"

Because of the Winter, the Aquarian feels the cold breeze on their shoulder. This makes them look at the horizon, and not just make snowballs that won’t form. The Winter makes the Aquarian think.

A certain coolness of outlook and embrace of the bigger population makes them feel both distant of personal warmth, but kind about the human outlook and its bigger problems. As you can see the packaging of these three code words gives a rationale, in fact a reasonableness to the Aquarian that other signs cannot grasp or hold onto.

Lincoln Could See The Complete Sense of The Emancipation Proclamation

When Abe Lincoln endorsed the Emancipation Proclamation, his critics said, he was not that concerned with slavery. It is not useful to argue that question when he was dealing with what the proclamation would do for the whole nation and the fate of the Civil War. It is these kinds of issues that the Aquarian can deal with.

In July of 1863, the Proclamation was a done deal. He delivered The Gettysburg Address with profundity and passion. Brevity? Hot day, bouncy train, writing as he sat. Had to let the "long talker" give the "big speech". He was just in Aquarian bliss.

The Aquarian Rationale – Easier to Understand

Lincoln Probably Intuited The Wisdom Below

Don’t be too impersonal. Back down and don some humility. All of these things will help you with your friends and loved ones. Forget about the fact that people sometimes doubt you. Deal with your heart so that you can live with yourself honestly and cleanly, and then you won’t have to deal as harshly with yourself as your friends might.

What is the Aquarian Code?

The Aquarian is the beneficiary of an array of qualities which charm and bemuse and befuddle their loved ones.

The Water Bearer is humanistic and personable, but often quite cold upon examination.

They love to be thought of as having the world view, and the “big picture”.

Don't Be Too Cocksure.

You can end your self-doubt; even though you seldom do. The places that your head takes you, and the subjects that you dare to deal with can sometimes just make you dizzy.

“Why do I think this way.” “Why can’t I change my basic approach?” You should accept the cold winter winds, the unchangeability that you are stuck with, and the subjects that you insist on thinking about.

But don’t be too cock sure.

© 2011 Christofer French


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