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« Reply #135 on: Oct 12, 2013, 09:39 AM »

Hi Group,
 
I ran across the following article on the now proved fact that the brain of Einstein was in fact not only larger than any other human, but that the vital corridor that connects the right and left brain hemisphere's was itself extremely large. This is the area in the brain that synthesizes all the crossing information from the right and left brains in such a way as to intuitively see the larger picture of anything.

I am posting his birth chart so that we can then all see how EA medical astrology perfectly reflects these facts. Consider the appropriate symbols such as his Jupiter in Aquarius in the 9th which is then ruled by his Uranus in Virgo in the 3rd, that his S.Node of Mercury is conjunct that natal Jupiter, that his Jupiter is the natural ruler of his Sagittarius Moon which is conjunct the S.Node of Uranus and Lucifer, God inspiration, the S.Nodes of Vesta, Neptune, and Venus all in Aquarius, and that is natal Pluto, Ceres, Neptune, and Chiron are all in the 11th house.

So here is the article, and his chart is posted below that.

God Bless, Rad

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Originally published Friday, October 11, 2013 at 4:36 PM

   
Einstein’s brain really was bigger than most people’s

Neuroscientist Peter Tse: “It might be that [Einstein’s’ brain was slightly larger in these areas because he exercised these regions more than the average person.”

By Melissa Healy
Los Angeles Times

Albert Einstein had a colossal corpus callosum. And when it comes to this particular piece of neural real estate, it’s pretty clear that size matters.

Chances are, that brawny bundle of white matter cleaving the physicist’s brain from front to back is part of what made his mind so phenomenally creative. The corpus callosum carries electrical signals between the brain’s right hemisphere and its left.

Stretching nearly the full length of the brain from behind the forehead to the nape of the neck, the corpus callosum is the dense network of neural fibers that makes brain regions with very different functions work together.

When the corpus callosum works well, the human brain is a marvel of social, spatial and verbal reasoning. When it malfunctions, as it appears to do in autism, fetal alcohol syndrome, certain genetic disorders and after traumatic brain injury, the effect on cognition can be disastrous.

According to a letter to the editor published Thursday in the journal Brain, Einstein’s corpus callosum at the time of his death was a superhighway of connectivity, “thicker in the vast majority of subregions” than the corpus collosi of 15 elderly healthy males and thicker at five key crossings than those of 52 young, healthy males who served as a comparison group.

Upon Einstein’s death of an aortic aneurysm at age 76, his heirs approved the removal of his brain. Many histological slides were made, documenting minute slices of the theoretical physicist’s brain.

While some of those are housed at Princeton University, where Einstein spent his final years, and at the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Washington, D.C., many have been lost or stolen. Without a full picture of Einstein’s brain, the basis of the theoretical physicist’s genius eludes scientists.

But photographs of Einstein’s postmortem brain unexpectedly came to light recently, giving neuroscientists a glimpse of the genius that lay within. Last November, the journal Brain published a detailed look at the surface of Einstein’s brain.

The latest analysis is based on several of these photographs, which showed the separated right and left hemispheres of Einstein’s postmortem brain. Those revealed the corpus callosum with great resolution and accuracy and allowed the current analysis.

The authors of the study — physicists from East China Normal University in Shanghai and Florida State University anthropologist Dean Falk — were particularly impressed by the relative brawn of Einstein’s corpus callosum at the splenium, a region of the corpus callosum that facilitates communication among the parietal, temporal and occipital lobes and between those regions and the brain’s intellectual-command center, the prefrontal cortex. The parietal and occipital lobes, in particular, are key to imagining and manipulating visuospatial information and images and to conducting mathematical operations.

Earlier studies of Einstein’s brain have found some regions, notably Einstein’s parietal lobes, were just plain bigger than those of normal people. But the authors write, “Our findings suggest that Einstein’s extraordinary cognition was related not only to his unique cortical structure and cytoarchitectonics, but also involved enhanced communications routes between at least some parts of his two cerebral hemispheres.”

Peter Tse, a Dartmouth College neuroscientist who recently explored the underpinnings of artistic, scientific and mathematical creativity, said the study’s findings underscore that the ways in which we use our brains, and the consistency with which we do so, may matter more as we age.

Tse noted that, while Einstein’s brain was much better connected than those of similarly aged men, it was not quite as strikingly more connected than those of healthy young controls.

That might reflect the fact that Einstein continued to exercise his brain strenuously, forestalling much of the atrophy that comes with age.

“It might just be that Einstein’s brain was more like a young person’s brain in that sense,” said Tse. “A recent article has shown that the brain is like a muscle in the sense that neural circuits that are used often tend to change in their organization.” That, in turn, may lead to increases, or at least changes, in connective tissues such as the corpus callosum, he added.

“We should therefore not conclude that Einstein’s genius was caused by some part of his brain being slightly larger than average. It might be that his brain was slightly larger in these areas because he exercised these regions more than the average person.” 


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« Reply #136 on: Oct 14, 2013, 08:05 AM »

Hi Gonzalo, Ari, Upasika, Katherine, Kristin, Skywalker, and Cat

Ok, I have reviewed all of your work. Each one of you, in terms of what you have each identified as psychological/ medical correlations to the Mars/Uranus opposition in the 4th/10th houses, are all correct. Each of you has done the work you are doing very well. Skywalker asked if this could correlate with glaucoma and the answer is yes due to excessive water pressure/ build up in the system caused by stress.

Bravo to you all !

Our next step will be to put the Uranus/Mars opposition in the 4th/10th Houses in a sign to determine additional psychological/ medical correlations: to see if in so doing there are more potential issues that may occur.

So let's put Uranus in Virgo, and Mars in Pisces. What additional potentials could exist in so doing ?

If you have any questions please ask them of me now.

God Bless, Rad
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« Reply #137 on: Oct 14, 2013, 10:46 AM »

Hi Rad and Everyone,

Thank you for the feedback! 

Going back to the post about Einstein's brain, I was just reading an interesting article about dyslexia.  At the end of the article, the author says it is thought, though not proven, that Einstein was dyslexic.  This article suggests that dyslexia may be a mind-brain evolutionary development.  You can read it here:

http://www.brisbanegoodwill.com/test/

Rad, I am wondering what you think in relation to this.

Thanks
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« Reply #138 on: Oct 15, 2013, 07:49 AM »

Hi Rad and Everyone,

Thank you for the feedback!  

Going back to the post about Einstein's brain, I was just reading an interesting article about dyslexia.  At the end of the article, the author says it is thought, though not proven, that Einstein was dyslexic.  This article suggests that dyslexia may be a mind-brain evolutionary development.  You can read it here:

http://www.brisbanegoodwill.com/test/

Rad, I am wondering what you think in relation to this.


Hi Cat,

As a young person I also had a pretty intense form of dyslexia so my response to you comes from that place. I do not see it as a 'mind-brain' evolutionary development at all. To me, as are all things, when this occurs within a Soul there is their own individual evolutionary/ karmic need that is unique to each Soul. In other words, I do not see it as a general phenomena that correlates to some evolutionary development for the entire human species. So from an evolutionary astrology point of view the issue then becomes determining what the individual evolutionary/ karmic need is for a Soul to manifest any degree of dyslexia.

God Bless, Rad
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« Reply #139 on: Oct 15, 2013, 08:35 AM »

Hi Rad

Thanks for the article on Einstein's brain. This article mentions the prefrontal cortex as the 'brain’s intellectual-command center'. Further, the prefrontal cortex, and within this, the orbitofrontal cortex, have been found to play a fundamental role in modulating the amygdala 'allowing for discernment of emotional reaction', being capable to 'override an alarm generated by the amygdala in order to reappraise the situation'. There are studies that link the levels of activity of this cortex, and its connections with the limbic brain, with psychopathy. I have looked at a couple of birthcharts of psychopaths serial killers with Mercury in the 4th House. This can imply, on one hand, thoughts that serve to suppress natural emotions such as empathy, kindness remorse and guilt, thus servig the psychopaths to maintain in ther linear defined cours of actions versus adapting the course of action/thoughts to the emotions that such course triggers (this occurs while at same time there is an overall difficulty in these guys to pursue goals that require step to step, sustained motivation, and, despite the currently proposed connection between psychopathy and ADHD); on the other hand, this can reflect a dynamic of being dominated by passions (amygdala, 4th House) and acting 'without thinking', thus, the connection between psychopathy and impulsive reactions. It is interesting that this area -prefrontal cortex-is not fully wired at birth. Its connections are very conditioned by early environment and 'education'. Is it correct to correlate these areas-prefrontal cortex and orbitofrontal cortex-both with Saturn and Mercury (and Uranus of course)?

I feel this can be an important clue for me to understand the role of Mercury from an emotional point of view.
Thanks so much Rad,
God Bless,
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« Reply #140 on: Oct 15, 2013, 10:11 AM »

Hi Gonzalo,

"Is it correct to correlate these areas-prefrontal cortex and orbitofrontal cortex-both with Saturn and Mercury (and Uranus of course)?"

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For the prefrontal cortex I would suggest Saturn/Mercury as co-rulers with Uranus, and with the orbitofrontal cortex I would suggest Neptune (it's natural polarity being Mercury)/Saturn as co-rulers with Uranus.

God Bless, Rad
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« Reply #141 on: Oct 21, 2013, 07:50 AM »

Hi Group,

Posting the below article because I thought you would all find it very interesting.

God bless, Rad

Scientists discover DNA body clock

By Ian Sample, The Guardian
Sunday, October 20, 2013 20:27 EDT

A U.S. scientist has discovered an internal body clock based on DNA that measures the biological age of our tissues and organs.

The clock shows that while many healthy tissues age at the same rate as the body as a whole, some of them age much faster or slower. The age of diseased organs varied hugely, with some many tens of years “older” than healthy tissue in the same person, according to the clock.

Researchers say that unraveling the mechanisms behind the clock will help them understand the ageing process and hopefully lead to drugs and other interventions that slow it down.

Therapies that counteract natural ageing are attracting huge interest from scientists because they target the single most important risk factor for scores of incurable diseases that strike in old age.

“Ultimately, it would be very exciting to develop therapy interventions to reset the clock and hopefully keep us young,” said Steve Horvath, professor of genetics and biostatistics at the University of California in Los Angeles.

Horvath looked at the DNA of nearly 8,000 samples of 51 different healthy and cancerous cells and tissues. Specifically, he looked at how methylation, a natural process that chemically modifies DNA, varied with age.

Horvath found that the methylation of 353 DNA markers varied consistently with age and could be used as a biological clock. The clock ticked fastest in the years up to around age 20, then slowed down to a steadier rate. Whether the DNA changes cause ageing or are caused by ageing is an unknown that scientists are now keen to work out.

“Does this relate to something that keeps track of age, or is a consequence of age? I really don’t know,” Horvath told the Guardian. “The development of grey hair is a marker of ageing, but nobody would say it causes ageing,” he said.

The clock has already revealed some intriguing results. Tests on healthy heart tissue showed that its biological age – how worn out it appears to be – was around nine years younger than expected. Female breast tissue aged faster than the rest of the body, on average appearing two years older.

Diseased tissues also aged at different rates, with cancers speeding up the clock by an average of 36 years. Some brain cancer tissues taken from children had a biological age of more than 80 years.

“Female breast tissue, even healthy tissue, seems to be older than other tissues of the human body. That’s interesting in the light that breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Also, age is one of the primary risk factors of cancer, so these types of results could explain why cancer of the breast is so common,” Horvath said.

Healthy tissue surrounding a breast tumor was on average 12 years older than the rest of the woman’s body, the scientist’s tests revealed.

Writing in the journal Genome Biology, Horvath showed that the biological clock was reset to zero when cells plucked from an adult were reprogrammed back to a stem-cell-like state. The process for converting adult cells into stem cells, which can grow into any tissue in the body, won the Nobel prize in 2012 for Sir John Gurdon at Cambridge University and Shinya Yamanaka at Kyoto University.

“It provides a proof of concept that one can reset the clock,” said Horvath. The scientist now wants to run tests to see how neurodegenerative and infectious diseases affect, or are affected by, the biological clock.

“These data could prove valuable in furthering our knowledge of the biological changes that are linked to the ageing process,” said Veryan Codd, who works on the effects of biological ageing in cardiovascular disease at Leicester University. “It will be important to determine whether the accelerated ageing, as described here, is associated with other age-related diseases and if it is a causal factor in, or a consequence of, disease development.

“As more data becomes available, it will also be interesting to see whether a similar approach could identify tissue-specific ageing signatures, which could also prove important in disease mechanisms,” she added.

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« Reply #142 on: Oct 29, 2013, 07:49 AM »

Hi Rad,

A fascinating article above about aging tissue. I find it particularly well timed here in the U.S. with it being Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Thank you again Rad for all you share and give to this board.

With Gratitude, Kristin

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Rad and group,

I recently did a reading for a client with a 4th house Mars/Uranus opposition signature. Uranus was in the 10th in Cancer and Mars in the 4th in Capricorn they make a T-square to Neptune 1st and Mercury 7th(although not exactly the same, it energetically mirrors our current example) - I found the trauma and accident frequency stunning. Will spare you all the fine details but it has been A wake up call life and all necessary for her Soul... ‘wrong place wrong time’ ..accident prone..extreme lack of physical balance as a result of the head injuries as well.

*She almost died 17 times from Klebsiella Pneumonia, an antibiotic resistant form of Pneumonia.
*9 bad falls, several were falls in ice/snow and hitting her head
*5 bad accidents with head injuries involved- included being hit be a truck that lost its brakes, also         being  hit by a drunk driver..
*When swimming in the middle of the Ocean in the Bahama region she was bitten 250 times by mosquitoes causing a respiratory virus that also nearly killed her.

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Here are some further thoughts Uranus in Virgo in the 4th and Mars in Pisces in the 10th.

Highly compromised immune system due to persistent emotional stress and trauma. Immune system connects to Neptune/Pisces and with ongoing repeated emotional stress this can wear down the immune system and cause an increased susceptibility to the body breaking down and getting sick.

Exposure to metals, Capricorn/10th house/Saturn

Imbalance of Metals in the body.
Metals make vital functions like respiration, circulation and reproduction possible.

Cobalt, for instance, found at the core of vitamin B12, is key to making red blood cells, while iron allows those cells to ferry oxygen and other important chemicals to the body's tissues. Calcium not only strengthens bones but also plays a role in muscle, nerve function and blood clotting. Sodium and potassium help the heart and nerves communicate through electrical signals.

Exposure to too much metal can be harmful. But not getting enough metal in the right places can make us sick, too. This is the case with conditions such as iron-deficiency anemia and osteoporosis.

Autism is a disorder of neural development characterized by impaired social interaction and verbal and non-verbal communication. Autistic children are known to express a lack of emotion but they are in fact highly emotional Souls. The inability to express this lack of emotion is due to unresolved trauma from another life. Uranus in Pisces in the 4th opposing Mars in Virgo in the 10th reflects this inability to express emote the emotion locked up within.

Mute - Mercury connects to the throat and throat chakra, Mercury rules Virgo. Uranus in Virgo opposing Mars can reflect the reason the Soul is mute is due to emotional trauma and this may also be sue to injury.

Loss of hearing due to an explosion. The anatomy of the ear connects with Mercury, Mercury being the ruler of Virgo.

Injury and/or trauma to the Spleen (Neptune) which helps to clean the blood and is part of the immune system. The contributes to the production and storage of blood cells as part of the circulatory system.

Injury and truama, Uranus opposing Mars, to bones in the feet, Pisces

Poor circulation to the feet, which is often referred to as peripheral vascular disease, is the result of a lack of oxygenated blood being pumped to the extremities (feet - Neptune/Pisces and hands Mercury /Virgo) of the body. Poor circulation has several possible causes and risk factors and produces several distinctive symptoms.

Someone experiencing insufficient blood circulation to the feet may feel a variety of sensations, including numbness, tingling or the sensation of pins and needles. Peripheral arterial occlusion, or hardening of the arteries, can cause hands and feet to feel numb, tingly, heavy or tense. If these symptoms occur, along with pain or leg cramps from a short walk, poor concentration and memory, impotence or frigidity, it is advised to seek medical evaluation because hardening of the arteries is considered by many to be America's number one killer. Buerger's disease, a condition brought on by chronic inflammation of the blood vessels in smokers, can also cause a tingling sensation in the toes. A number of other conditions can cause numbness in the feet, including diabetic neuropathy, multiple sclerosis, a pinched nerve, rheumatoid arthritis and stroke, according to Dr. James Balch, author of "Prescription for Nutritional Healing."
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« Reply #143 on: Nov 01, 2013, 11:00 PM »

Hi Rad,
I am out of town and plan to post at the end of the week.
God Bless,
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« Reply #144 on: Nov 02, 2013, 07:53 AM »

Hi Katherine and the rest of the group,

I need to know who is still desiring, planning, on completing the next step in our analysis of the Mars/Uranus opposition.

God Bless, Rad
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« Reply #145 on: Nov 02, 2013, 12:01 PM »

Hi Rad, I've been struggling with allowing this to be ok: The truth for me is that for now, at this time, it feels best for me to just follow along. Thank you so much.
God bless,
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« Reply #146 on: Nov 02, 2013, 02:01 PM »

Mars - Uranus 10/4 Pisces/Virgo Medical.

Uranus in Virgo in the fourth house can be in a perpetual state of emotional crisis repeated over and over again, with the consequence of traumatically fracturing the person mentally and emotionally. The person could have endured so much trauma/abuse/ridicule/criticism early on in this life or have subconscious memories of persecution and related dynamics from other lives, leading to a sense of inner paranoia and intense stress, which the person just wants to liberate from. The desire to liberate from intense and difficult emotional dynamics can lead the person to attempt to totally deny any type of vulnerability by denying any type of emotional expression or to express extremely intense emotions in unpredictable and defensive ways. 

Respiratory conditions such as shallow breathing can be a reflection of the persons subconscious attempt not to feel. Simply a coping mechanism to deal with the emotional trauma endured. Habits such as smoking can also be formed by these same dynamics.
 
Uranus in Virgo in the 4th house points to trauma based on cyclical crisis due to lack, with quite a potential for violence when opposing Mars. This can be a lack of many things ranging from food, to emotional nurturing, care, education, etc. Again, this has the effect of forcing the child upon himself and only himself to learn lessons of emotional self reliance and security from within.
A psychological condition that may manifest as a result is an inferiority complex. Also many personality disorders could manifest, depending on other chart factors and/or his personal karma/choices.

This placement shows potential for a huge inner void relative to emotional dynamics, where the person feels an inability to integrate emotionally in life in general due to a fractured personality. Eating disorders can be caused by this inner void, such as the desire to fill it up by over eating or being addicted to sugar or junk food. Another possibility is the attempt to always be busy one way or another in order to not face or fill up the inner void. This keeps the person in a perpetual state of crisis and as the crisis demands immediate attention, the person is simply avoiding the fact that there is an inner void.

All sorts of addictions and addictive behaviour are a possibility with this planetary combo, including sexual addictions or alcoholism/substance abuse.

As Mars is in Pisces, the stress that is created by these and other dynamics will have the effect of weakening the immune system, leaving the body susceptible to viral infections. High fevers are a possibility with this planetary combination as the body attempts to fight off viruses. Mars in Pisces opposing Uranus might also neglect it´s own needs or simply be oblivious to what to do in certain circumstances, thus not treating infections or colds properly, with the effect of them recurring and weakening the immune system even further while potentially damaging the lungs, trachea or bronchi. The constant “fight or flight” nature of this person is highly stressful, therefore also taxing the immune system. Mars in Pisces can also create all sort of fantasies and illusions that contribute to a state of depression when those illusions don´t pass the “acid test” and the individual is faced with a less than ideal reality.

Insomnia or other sleeping disorders are possible as Mars in Pisces correlates to the Pineal gland. The Pineal gland secretes Melatonin and is what regulates sleep, has antioxidant effects, has an effect on reproductive hormones. When the body does not rest well over a period of time due to Melatonin deficiency or other causes, there can be fatigue as a result, memory loss, depression, anxiety, loss of libido and a weakened immune system. Hypersensitivity to light due to Melatonin deficiency can cause severe headaches and migraines, the body may age faster as free radicals are not neutralised by antioxidants efficiently. Melatonin deficiencies may also contribute to neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinsons, Alzheimers, Multiple Sclerosis.

The Sympathetic/Parasympathetic nervous systems, also known as the Autonomic Nervous System, correlate to the Cancer, Virgo and Aquarius archetypes and respective houses and planets. Since there is stress between all the archetypes that correlate to this part of the nervous system, I would look there and to the whole nervous system for potential medical conditions. Also to the Limbic system for possible reasons for potential nervous conditions relative to emotional dynamics.

The ANS is a part of the nervous system that acts as a control system for the visceral functions of the body and regulates things like heart rate, perspiration, respiratory rate, salivation, sexual desire, digestion and more.

With this aspect there can be difficulty with the body regulating itself: for example a person who over perspires in situations where he gets nervous, or when in some sort of stressful situation one suddenly needs to use the toilet. If extreme, disorders of the ANS can become debilitating in many ways as the visceral functions that the ANS regulate can be easily thrown off balance by external stimulus or internal stress.
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« Reply #147 on: Nov 02, 2013, 02:11 PM »

Hi Rad, there´s my go. If you would prefer to give us deadlines to give in our work, so the thread can move at a faster rate, would be fine by me.

Kristin, 17 times!? No comment! She must really need to learn to channel her energy thou... with all those things "happening to her" and being in the "wrong place at the wrong time".

All the best

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« Reply #148 on: Nov 02, 2013, 03:56 PM »

Hi Rad,

This thread interests me greatly and I would have loved to participate in every topic. But so many world things have developed that I need to keep pace with/on top of at the moment, that all I can do is just try and keep up with the Darwin thread for now. When things ease off - maybe in a month or so, if not, the beginning of next year - I will be able to join in again.

blessings Upasika
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« Reply #149 on: Nov 03, 2013, 02:13 PM »

Hi Rad and Everyone,

I don't have a lot of spare time to devout to this right now, but managed to revamp by previous post, adding a bit of Pisces/Virgo to it:

mars in pisces the 10th opposition uranus in virgo in the 4th house

Here we have a man who potentially suffers from chronic stress or trauma caused by parental and social conditioning patterns that have led him to believe that in order to be accepted by others, he must abide by the norms of consensus society and work long and hard in order to get ahead.  He has been conditioned to believe that social status and his sociological role or career define who he is. Pressure from his parents, culture, society, and his own inner voice, which is a reflection of his conditioning, cause him to excessively strive to be a “success.”  His need and desire to achieve does not allow him to relax as he believes he has to work hard in order to gain peer recognition and parental and social approval.

Mars correlates to the Naval Chakra and the 10th House to the outer layer of the Root Chakra. With Mars in Pisces in the 10th House opposition Uranus in Virgo in the 4th House, this man may suffer from emotional stress caused by a weak vitality coupled with a tendency to over work. Stress causes him to become angry and instead of expressing his anger, he allows it to boil up inside.  At key points in his life, he is likely to explode over some little thing that has nothing to do with what is really bothering him, which is his pent up anger that has been brewing within him for a very long time.  He may become violent when he explodes or have an accident.

With Mars in Pisces, he may not possess a great deal of energy and his vitality may be low. Imbalances and stress  lead to tiredness or exhaustion, blood disorders, impotency, kidney or bladder problems, constipation, anemia, obesity, or lower back pain.  He may be susceptible to sudden fevers, colds and flus throughout his life. He may suffer from a vitamin B deficiency as well. 

There is the possibility that he may try to relax and relieve his stress through drugs or alcohol. Excessive drinking and alcoholism are strong possibilities and tie in with vitamin B deficiencies. These can lead to sugar aliments.  Hyperinsulinism (above normal levels of insulin) is another possibility.



Uranus correlates to the mid layer of the root chakra which correlates to the "messaging" taking place within his entire body.  Parental conditioning patterns are very strong and permeate every cell in his body. His thoughts and beliefs, which are a product of these parental conditioning patterns, have a great deal of influence on his physical health. 

With Uranus in Virgo in the 4th House, this man has a strong desire to break free and liberate himself from the parental conditioning patterns that rule him.  He tries to do so through his work and career but suffers from feelings of guilt when his desire to break free conflicts with the parental voices in his head.  This produces a great deal of emotional stress and tension within him which has a negative impact on his health.

The 4th house correlates to the 3rd Eye Chakra which correlates to the pineal gland.  He may suffer from migraine headaches due to the emotional stress and tension he experiences resulting from conflicting desires to be himself and to be the person his parents conditioned him to be. In addition, he is likely to have a hard time concentrating and suffer from confusion and negative feelings. On a physical level, this can all lead to neurological problems including strokes and brain tumors. Parkinson's Disease, seizures, spinal difficulties, and problems with the ears, eyes, and nose are possibilities as well. In addition, severe emotional stress may lead to the sudden onset of diabetes or hypoglycemia.  He may also suffer from intermittent sugar problems due to past life or early childhood trauma. Spasms and cramping in his intestinal tract are possibilities as well.
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