Jupiter in Taurus w/ Christopher Renstrom
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This is your Horoscope Highlight for the week of May 15-21, 2023 with world-class astrologer, historian, and author of The Cosmic Calendar, Christopher Renstrom.
This week, Christopher discusses the much-anticipated ingress of Jupiter into the zodiac sign of Taurus. He explains the myth of Jupiter, or Zeus in Greek mythology, and how this planet came to be associated with faith, expansiveness, travel, and abundance. He uses the biblical parable of the sower to illustrate the impacts of Jupiter in Taurus, and how we can work with this energy most effectively. Finally, he shares some details from the life of Audrey Hepburn, who was born with the Sun conjunct Jupiter in Taurus in her natal chart.
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[00:00:00] the great film actress Audrey Hepburn once said that to plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow. She ought to know she was born with her son conjunct Jupiter in the Zodiac sign of TAs. In Taurus next on horoscope highlights.
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[00:00:48] We will also continue on into what it’s like to be a child of the son, a child of the moon, and a child of Mercury. I’m so excited that I’m going to go ahead and share with you a little snippet of what you can expect with this course right now.
[00:01:10] Here you see a 12th century illumination of the planet Venus. You know it’s Venus because she is playing a musical instrument. In fact, she’s surrounded by musical instruments. And below her, below her are the two Zodiac signs that she rules Libra and Taurus. But if you look closely, the angelic figure is holding scales in its right hand.
[00:01:36] Whenever Venus was going through the Zodiac signs of Libra and Taurus, it was a good time for you because everything, your life would be a simpatico. In the same book, uh, we see a depiction of Venus in detriment. Okay. Venus in detriment means that Venus is not at home, uh, in the Zodiac sign that she’s traveling through.
[00:01:58] Um, if anything, Venus is flummoxed, she’s in distress, and here we see her almost like Lieutenant Herra in Star Trek, the original Star Trek. You know, remember when they would hit an. Asteroid or a meteorite or be fired upon by something. The, the, the enterprise would sort of lurch from left to right and everyone would be thrown from left to right, but no one was thrown more dramatically or more wildly than Lieutenant Herra.
[00:02:26] She would go. Lying across the bridge from left to right whenever the enterprise was under attack. And so we see, uh, Venus doing her best impression here of Lieutenant Dura. She’s lurching to one side because she’s in a zodiac sign, which is not, uh, pleasant to her. The crown has fallen from her head. The musical instruments are spilling from her lap and her hands, so it’s cacophonous time.
[00:02:54] And the, uh, illuminator was signaling to all of us is that Venus is in detriment when she is in the zodiac signs of Aries and Scorpio. So what do you think? My favorite part about this is that you get to see for yourself where our astrological concepts came from and why we use them in the way we do today.
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[00:03:40] hello, my name is Christopher Renstrom, and this week I want to talk to you about Jupiter entering the Zodiac sign of Taurus on May 16th. Now Jupiter is a planet that we all can get pretty excited about. It’s often associated with good fortune and higher purpose in astrology. That’s it’s higher meaning, uh, more often than not, people see it as kind of a cosmic lottery winnings that they’re all set and ready to collect on.
[00:04:10] But as you can imagine, there’s more to the planet Jupiter than just that. A good way to think of Jupiter is as our worldview, and let me sort of walk you through this, Uranus, right? Uranus, the God who got everything going in Greek mythology, whose name means Oros or Starry Knight. Uranus was a planet that was always associated to the starry heavens, essentially eternity.
[00:04:39] And so eternity always had the sort of remote distant. Quality. Uranus himself as a deity was never depicted in a statue because all you had to do was step out at night and look upon the starry heavens and there would be Uranus. I mean, what sort of statue or sculpture or temple could compete with that?
[00:05:00] So Uranus was the starry heavens, the nighttime sky. Saturn was the planet that came below Uranus in astrological order. We’ve spoken before about how Saturn overthrew, Uranus and created the world that we live in today. A world that is bound by time. So where Uranus was the starry night, Saturn was basically two things.
[00:05:24] The gravity, the weight that held us in place on this planet. And Saturn was also the glass ceiling that we call time. Time that separates our mortal lives from the eternity that we long for. But according to the Greeks, we didn’t just live in, night, we didn’t just live struck by the awe of the heavens and in darkness just looking up at far away fires burning In the nighttime sky, we had something called the sun, and the sun would rise on a new day, and when the sun rose on a new day, it would bring light and heat to earth.
[00:06:00] And so the sun was worshiped as the God Apollo. Now, Jupiter wasn’t the God of the sun like Apollo, but Jupiter was the illumination of the sun. Jupiter was essentially the blue skies that Apollo brought when the sun rose on a new day. Now I want you to think of a moment of lighting a candle in a dark room at night.
[00:06:28] If you light a candle, you know very carefully in a dark room Night and you peer around, you’re basically kind of limited to what this candlelight can show you. But if you go ahead and put that candle in a lantern, all of a sudden the light spreads around the room and you can see much more Foley, you can see much more clearly in the darkness.
[00:06:50] Well, this is basically what Jupiter represented in astrology, but more specifically to the Greeks. Jupiter was the lantern that allowed the sunlight to diffuse across the world, and that allowed us to be able to see. Blue skies above our head. So because of Jupiter, which if you think of the earth, the globe of earth, you know you have earth, the planet, the land, mass, but then you have the atmosphere of Earth.
[00:07:18] It’s in a globe. If you think of this, Globe as being Jupiter, this lantern as being Jupiter. Jupiter diffuses light, where before there was darkness, which is why Jupiter is associated to philosophy, higher knowledge, and enlightenment. So with Jupiter providing this globe, this ability to see long distances, to see the blue sky, to admire the clouds floating overhead, and to inspect the flowers that are growing beneath our feet and to delight in their aroma and beauty.
[00:07:55] These were all seen as gifts of Jupiter, what Jupiter brought to all of us. So in this regard, this is how Jupiter was associated. To our worldview, and so our ability to see long distances, our ability to revel in, in nature, and to celebrate life. This lent itself to things like philosophy, to religion, the way that you viewed the world, the way that you thought or believed the world should work.
[00:08:25] Okay? All of these ideas. Philosophy, religion, spirituality, the printed word, were all associated to the planet Jupiter.
[00:08:35] So if it made sense that Jupiter ruled our worldview, it wasn’t too much of a stretch to see that Jupiter was also associated to God. And so that’s what ju represents in your chart. It doesn’t necessarily represent your religion or your creed per se, but it represents God.
[00:08:56] It represents what you believe God to be. For instance, do you believe in a monotheistic, God, in a pantheistic, in. Atheistic or even agnostic, do you believe that there’s no such thing as God at all, what you believe about God and God’s association to order to good fortune to higher purpose and meaning what you believe, how you believe God to act in your life can often be described by the placement of Jupiter in your astrological chart.
[00:09:34] Now Jupiter in the fixed earth sign of Taurus is often seen, especially in older astrology books as being very materialistic and fond of pleasures. Can suffer from. Over indulgence. So one often imagines, you know, when one speaks of a Jupiter and Taurus, as some sort of fian character, some sort of gigantic character, uh, who can’t possibly, uh, repeal or control their appetites.
[00:10:02] Who loves a good time? How’s a jolly laugh and reaches over to eat something off your plate or to drink out of your glass? Them, and that might be okay or true, uh, insofar as it goes, but in my opinion, it doesn’t really show much imagination.
[00:10:19] What Jupiter and Taurus often puts me in mind of is a parable. A parable that appears in the gospel according to Matthew. In this instance, Jesus is speaking. He’s telling a story. That’s what a parable is, and it goes like this. He begins, imagine a soer going to sow. As he sewed, some seeds fell on the edge of the path and the birds came and ate them.
[00:10:49] As he sewed, other seeds fell on patches of rock where they found little soil and sprung up straightaway because there was no depth of earth. But as soon as the sun came up, they were scorched and not having any roots. They withered away. And then there were other seeds. There were other seeds that fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up and choked them.
[00:11:17] And finally there were seeds that fell on rich soil. Rich soil where they produced their crop. Some a hundred fold, some 60, some 30. Listen, anyone who has ears, I love this parable so much. Well, I love this parable so much because. I love to garden. All right. So it puts me immediately in mind of gardening, and when we remember that Jupiter talks about our relationship to God, to goddess, whatever we relate to as being the divine in our lives and that acts in our lives.
[00:11:59] Whenever we talk about that and we connect that to Jupiter, we connect the idea of growth. All right? And so Jupiter is very much associated growth because he’s connected to the Roman god of fertility, who was Jupiter, who planted many a seed, in his different liaisons with goddesses, nims, and mortal princesses.
[00:12:22] So Jupiter was a God who. Spread the wealth of his divinity and, and of his abundance. So that’s something that I always like to keep in mind when speaking about Jupiter. But Jupiter was also a very special God in Greek mythology, with many religions after the beginning of the world and the creation of humankind, the God who creates.
[00:12:45] The world and the species often retreats from the action. Okay. Becomes kind of absentee, isn’t really involved in life in this world much anymore, but with where you have, Zeus appearing with the Greeks and his Roman name is Jupiter. You have a very. Interactive. God, you have a God who’s often, sneaking off, away from Mount Olympus to frolic with the Mor folk below and the planet Earth, where he has a much more enjoyable time than he does hanging out with the other Olympians, upstairs, on Mount Olympus.
[00:13:19] But what this. Meant, and how this was seen was not only this idea of heaven coming down to earth okay. Of a God who was very much involved in the lives of, of humankind and wanted to be, involved in, in the lives of, of, of human kind. But you have a participatory deity, okay? You have a, a deity that participates in our lives.
[00:13:45] And this is, one of the reasons why. The Greek pantheon was invoked or used. Perhaps, I guess what we should really say was repackaged for astrological purposes. Astrology was never a form of Greek God worship, but the gods and their stories inspired and influenced, the character and the stories and even the properties of the planets themselves.
[00:14:10] So here, We have a planet Jupiter that’s associated to fertility, making life grow, planting seeds, and, and don’t we talk about planting seeds in one’s mind or, you know, affecting their, um, imagination or the way that they might see things. I just planted a seed, you know, and, and, and where that might, grow and flourish and bloom.
[00:14:32] But in this parable that we’re told, which is I just love it. Imagine a soer going to sow and as he sows some seeds and they fall in various places, so there isn’t. What, what is talked about in this parable isn’t a divine plan, okay? It isn’t like, you know, I’m God, or I’m the voice of God and I’m speaking to you and you have to listen to me because I’m ordering you around.
[00:15:01] Okay? Uh, that’s not. The divine that we encounter in this parable. We encounter the divine through a soer, a soer of life. And, and, and in turn he sow some seeds on the edge of a path and birds came and ate them. Okay, that’s the first one. So these seeds, we begin with, the seeds are being thrown about indiscriminately.
[00:15:24] Okay, and, and that says so much about a deity trust and faith in life here on earth, that these seeds are going to be thrown about indiscriminately. And let’s see what happens. And it’s a marvelous analogy to associate with astrology because. Astrology often swings between the two poles of, uh, fate and, and almost predestination.
[00:15:49] You know, what is my chart saying? And is it gonna be a good life or a bad life, or, it, it leaves you with freedom to choice and freedom of being, and the stars or the planet show up as guides as as, as helpers in some way. And I like using this as an analogy of the planets, because the plants don’t dictate how we’re going to live our lives.
[00:16:10] They, they spread their influence. I mean, we’re talking about Jupiter today, but Mercury has influence. Venus has influence. Uranus and Pluto have influence. Okay, so, so there’s the sewing of the seed. So some lives, and we all know this in the world, some lives are going to fall on the edge of a path. Some are going to fall.
[00:16:28] In patches of rock, some are going to fall in thorns and some are going to fall in Rich Earth. Okay, so there’s an indiscriminate quality to, to where we begin our lives, to where our seeds first take root. But we can explore this metaphor a little bit more closely when we think of Jupiter’s association with faith.
[00:16:51] And belief. Okay, and here I’m talking about a spiritual faith, but I’m also talking about a faith in humankind and a faith in society because Jupiter is a humanitarian planet, as I said, a planet named after a God that was enthralled and enamored. With, with humankind. Jupiter doesn’t start off that way, but over time becomes that way.
[00:17:17] So here we have some seeds fell on the edge of the path and the birds came and ate them. And what might that say about our convictions, cuz we’re really talking here about the faith, the belief, the convictions of Jupiter in Taurus. So what comes to my mind, um, you know that some seeds fall on the edge of the path and birds came and ate them.
[00:17:39] I can’t help but think of Twitter right off the bat. Twitter is the first image of the birds coming in and, and pecking away at these seeds, these seeds of faith, these seeds of belief and what that might describe. Is how our beliefs can be picked away at or eaten away at, by outside voices, or even let’s go to it, Twitter and social media.
[00:18:03] That it can either inflame or exaggerate, uh, beliefs or distortions or it can peck away at belief or you’re in conversation with people who are deriding or mocking or shaming or saying horrible things about you or. Or now we have worries with AI about, misinformation, which was already a problem before becoming even more, um, untraceable, becoming even more distorting of the truths that we believe about ourselves.
[00:18:32] And so I think it’s rather fascinating how this parable anticipates, The, the, the, uh, modern predicament of Twitter in, in the original, uh, passage, it’s, it’s associated to evil spirits that come and take away, uh, your faith and belief. And, and so I’m not saying that that’s Twitter, but what we have with Twitter and with social media and with our fear of beliefs and truths being distorted and altered, and turned against us.
[00:19:01] Um, yes. This parable actually, anticipates that. So then we move on to others, other seeds, the sewer, the sewers, uh, spreading seeds around. Other seeds fell in patches of rock where they found little soil. Okay? So they’re falling among the rocks and, and you know, if you’ve ever examined rocks on the side of road, there isn’t much soil between them.
[00:19:24] Okay? So, so they fall on patches of rock where they found little soil. And they sprung up straight away because there was no depth of soil. And that is so like, it’s so brilliant. I mean, they sprung up right away because there was no depth. Of soil, right? Nothing to sustain them. And so they’re springing up right away.
[00:19:46] So it’s, it’s like, this is an exciting idea and I’m springing up right away. Um, but there’s no depth. There’s no depth of earth, there’s no depth of soil. And as soon as the sun came up, these seeds that sprung up right away were scorched and not having any roots. They withered away. And so this can, this can be likened to, being fascinated with, with an idea or a belief or, or maybe it’s a gossip or a snippet bit of news or, or a new, uh, trend or way of doing things.
[00:20:19] I mean, I have a nose, we’re deluged with all of this on a, on a. Daily, my hourly basis of, of these shiny glittery objects that are catching our attention and taking us from, from here to there. And so you might almost see it as, um, you know, these, these beliefs that are shared, like this is the thing that’s going to change your life.
[00:20:40] This is the thing that’s going to improve your standing, you know, follow me and you’ll find what you’ve been looking for. But these seeds have fallen among the rocks where there’s little soil to sustain them. They might. Um, grow right away. You know, you, you might be excited about something or, or the belief might, you know, work in your life right away.
[00:21:02] But as it goes on in this passage from, um, Matthews Gospel once tested by the trials or travails, or the challenges of life, um, the belief falls away very quickly. Um, I, I think, um, the character of Jesus is being very polite at. This moment. I think what he actually means to say is that, you know, these are the beliefs where people say, Ooh, where people curse what they believed before, you know, I believed in this and I was led by a sham, or I fell for a deceit and hmm, I cursed this, this, this belief system or this person who sold me on this.
[00:21:38] Hmm. Curses, you know, you false profit, you, you seed on, on, on shallow soil, you know, but, but what it talks about, Is, are wanting to believe in something and being taken up with it right away, but ha But it has no roots. It’s, it’s more the sensation of it, or the joy or the thrill or, or the fascination. But it hasn’t taken root.
[00:22:01] And if it doesn’t take root, if it doesn’t have depth, then it withers under exposure from the sun itself, or it withers if it’s challenged in some sort of way. Uh, there’s a third class of seeds. There’s a third class of seeds that falls, falls among thorns. And the thorns grew up and choked them. And this one always led me to a lot of reflection about what that might mean.
[00:22:31] That they fall among the thorns and it grows up and it chokes them. And what is that really talking about? And what that said to me, was that it talks about circumstances. Thorny circumstances, tough circumstances, dilemmas with no easy answers or circumstances that are just so overwhelmingly difficult that they choke the life out of belief itself, you know, out of the sustenance of the soul itself.
[00:23:07] And, and so I found that fascinating cuz that’s something that often. You know, as an astrologer, I’m asked, which is, you know, how, how do I know I’m living a good life? Or how do I know that I’m going to be getting something out of my life that is substantial or fulfilling? Or how much longer is this bad luck going to follow me around.
[00:23:31] Or I have faced all of these challenges and they’re so daunting that I wanna hold out hope and faith and belief, but I feel crushed under the weight of these circumstances or just the onslaught of the difficulty. Like it never ever lets up. What is there any sort of hope here? And this. And the seeds that fall among the thorns that fall in those places, that prick and that poke, and that cut and that hurt and that wound.
[00:24:04] How, how can we expect anything to grow if the circumstances are just so difficult? They’re so austere and they’re so painful, and how can we not give over to the pain and the despair and the misery? That, that one is a very, very difficult one and a very rich one to contemplate, you know, where, where those seeds fall.
[00:24:35] The parable winds up with this last batch of seeds. Um, and then finally, there are others. There are other seeds that fell on rich soil and produced their crop. Some a hundred fold, some 60 some 30. Listen, anyone who has ears, I wanna break that into two parts. What I love is that others fell on rich soil and produced their crop.
[00:25:03] The circumstances were conducive to supporting the life of this seed, of this belief, of this conviction, of this faith. And, and they produce their crop some hundred fold, some 60, some 30. There isn’t a megachurch message here, you know, where it’s like, you know, God likes winners and making lots of money and you know, you can do that if you sign on.
[00:25:28] You know, to what I believe and, and I’m not, uh, singling out, you know, one particular megachurch I actually use, I was using that phrase more universally, but any sort of, uh, re religion that. Is about profiting and making lots of money. Okay? Um, something which has often been associated to Jupiter and Taurus, which is why I wanted to talk about this particular parable because there’s more to Jupiter and Taurus than that.
[00:25:53] But how, and in addition to that, what I love about the way that this parable begins to wrap up is that some of you are going to have hundred fold. Some of you are going to have 60. And some 30. So this isn’t about the Jupiter and Taurus isn’t about winning the lottery and seeing your life. Transformed.
[00:26:14] It’s not, you know, you know, I love God and God loves me because I make lots of money. You know, it’s, you know, or fortune smiles on me, so I’m going to like accrue all of this money. It’s not about that. This is a message. This is a beautiful message tucked within the folds of this parable. This is a beautiful, optimistic message about living in this world, you know?
[00:26:40] Yes, we want our seeds to fall on rich soil. On some of our lives, our seeds have indeed fallen on rich soil, and some of us may produce a hundred fold, but what’s wrong with 60? What’s wrong with 30? What’s wrong with 10? What’s wrong with five or one? What it’s talking about is. The divine experience of being alive in this world and thriving and flourishing to the extent that you do, it’s a beautiful love letter to life on this planet.
[00:27:19] So many. Religions look to apocalypses and, and, and, and cataclysms and, and end of the world and wipe it all out, and all these sorts of things. And it’s such a pessimistic view, you know? And then we’ll be lifted to some sort of higher playing, you know, like, sh shovel off the mortal coil. Get rid of, uh, life here.
[00:27:38] Get rid of your bad karma or whatever, and, and lose all of that and go to a higher plane. Well, Well, what’s wrong with this plane? What’s wrong with this planet? This planet earth, you know, which is symbolized and, and something which is really appreciated in the earth. Signs, you know, this is what the earth signs really relate to, and Taurus is an earth sign.
[00:28:02] What’s wrong with this plane of existence? And what’s wrong with this planet? And, and this is. The beauty of Jupiter in Taurus. If you have Jupiter in Taurus or, or your experience in, uh, Jupiter Transit through Taurus, you’re going to realize that good things do happen under this influence. I mean, there’s a robust fertile quality to Jupiter and Taurus, and you’re going to have this feeling that prosperity likes you, you know? Um, and, and this is something that people born with Jupiter and tourists really feel like, you know, prosperity likes me But at the same time, especially for people born with Jupiter and Taurus, they don’t see prosperity as playing favorites.
[00:28:49] You will see it as a reward for all the hard work you have put in. The Jupiter and Taurus point of view is that life isn’t always fair, which makes you all the more grateful and appreciative for the good things that you have in your life. The, the thanks that you had, that your life took place on fertile soil and that you have been flowering ever since.
[00:29:16] Now, this doesn’t make you exempt from life’s ups or downs. You, you, you have experienced that. but, but through all of it, you’ve maintained that the universe will provide, and I wanna sort of elaborate on this. It’s not the universe will provide like, you know, serve things up to you on a silver, Platter?
[00:29:36] No. It’s more like the way that a gardener works with soil. Okay? You don’t create a garden. You’re involved in a collaborative process with Earth and with plants and with water too. Bring about or to grow a garden. I mean, one of the great collaborative things is a garden. You’re gonna have, uh, some seasons are gonna be good and some seasons aren’t.
[00:30:03] Uh, some of your plants are going to thrive and some of them are going to pass, and your favorite ones may die. And the ones you don’t like so much keep coming back and you have to weed them out. But it’s, it’s a creative endeavor. It’s an ongoing experience and, What it is, what you get with a Jupiter in Taurus is a promise, to work that patch of land in your life.
[00:30:26] It may be acres or miles, or it may be, you know, a small plot of land or maybe your garden is a window basket and, and that’s all you get. But you get this patch of earth, you get this patch of land. To work and the way that you express and understand divinity in your life is through growing, is through making the most of your resources.
[00:30:55] It’s through making the most of your talents. It’s through making the most of your opportunities.
[00:31:01] So again, this isn’t about privilege. This isn’t about having things served up on a platter. It’s about making the most of it. It’s about cultivating, that’s a good word. Cultivating talents, opportunities, and resources. Because when you experience Jupiter and tourists in your life, either NA or your horoscope or by transit fortune is what you make of it, right? And this is the cardinal virtue of Jupiter in Taurus. This is kind of Jupiter in Taurus’s golden rule. Um, good begets good, and it’s up to each one of us to pay it forward. If you’re living in the spirit of Jupiter, it is up to you to pay it forward if a good deed has been done to you. It is up to you to do a good deed for someone else.
[00:31:51] It’s not up to you to gather the grain in the storehouses and to keep it to yourself and make it unavailable to everyone else. Okay? That’s not what. Fortune was talked about or, or understood. Particularly when we’re talking about Jupiter, it’s about paying it forward. If I’ve had a good thing done to me, I will do a good thing for someone else.
[00:32:13] And we have had a history actually in our country of people who have become very well to do, but who have also become philanthropists, who have paid it forward, who have not kept it all to themselves and who have, you know, it’s the phrase given back to society, which is a very jut thing. Now Audrey Hepburn was a Taurus.
[00:32:35] Okay? And as I said before, she was born with a son, Jupiter, and I believe North Note conjunction all in the Zodiac sign of Taurus. And indeed she was born into a family of privilege. Her father was a banker and her mother was a baris. And she, was raised in Brussels, but I think it’s around the age of nine or 10, thereabouts.
[00:32:57] Um, a couple of things happened at the same time. First of all, her parents divorced. And secondly, Brussels is occupied by Nazi Germany. She grew up, during the beginning of, world War ii. Uh, And so her fortunes changed at that time and she went from being very well to do, to joining everyone else with not a lot to eat and, and what life is like in an occupied territory by a foreign army, um, and a malicious one at that.
[00:33:26] So her parents divorce, her mother moves her actually to the Netherlands which is still under Nazi occupation. And during this time, she actually is going to dance. Class. Okay. She’s a dancer, and I don’t know how this gets set up or thereabouts, but she is carrying secret messages to the resistance in her ballet slippers every time that she goes to ballet class.
[00:33:51] And of course no one suspects her because she’s a girl and she’s going to ballet class, and everyone knows that. Ballet dancers, uh, practice every day. And so this, this made her an excellent messenger, um, of, of information that she carried in her ballet slippers, uh, to the resistance. After the war, we all know that she becomes an extraordinary film actress and she becomes the epitome of glamor.
[00:34:14] Uh, what’s interesting is early in her life, she was chubby, she was overweight, and she made a point of being very, uh, thin and slim for the rest of her life. And this, of course, transports her into a, a glamorous movie star. A beautiful. Model, the muse of Jivan Xi, and really this, this taste maker, um, to, to the world.
[00:34:37] And so what we have here is what could have been a story of someone who, you know, makes it big and, um, that’s it. And she can just retire to the Swiss Alps with her GHI and, and be happily ever after. But what happens? Later on, uh, particularly, well actually what happens in 1988 is that she becomes, an ambassador to unicef and she works actively to combat world hunger, particularly in Ethiopia, uh, but also other pestilence ridden or, or famine ridden or, um, war torn countries as well.
[00:35:15] And she works, she works to turn these battle. These battle warned, these battle destroyed countries into gardens, and this was her way of giving back. You know, she could have held onto all of this wealth and, and departed, but in instead, she deliberately traveled to nations that were battling with famine, that were battling with war, and she did her part to turn those desolate areas into gardens.
[00:35:49] And that’s something that I want you to think about as Jupiter will be in Taurus from May 16th, 2023 to May 25th, 2024