I originally wrote this in January 2015, when I started to deal with the question of hyperdimensional realities and archons. The sun was then in the Aquarian dean 1st the dean of Mad Professors & Visionary Upgraders. Mercury ignited my Aquarian stellium in its shadow period and was pretty mind-boggling. Thanks to the interactivity of the internet, I was taken to various Youtube interviews.
One of the main characters was John Lamb Lash, a meta-historical researcher and mythologist whose work revolves around the myth of the goddess Gaia-Sophia, which also appears to be related to the biblical Lilith myth. Apparently, John Lash is also a Sternal Astrologist, which brings me to the next point. While exploring the lunar villas, I wondered whether to use star or tropical zodiac circles with them.
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Archons & Archetypes
“The Mansions of the Moon by Christopher Warnock.” gives both the tropical and the sidereal positions for the lunar villas. He explains why he uses the tropical system and refers to traditional astrologers of the past, he says;
“These astrologers saw the cosmos as one great unified being. They viewed the cosmos as being composed of body, soul and divine spirit like human beings. All three levels were interconnected and pervasive.
Every material thing on earth was ruled by one or more of the stars and planets that embodied the reflection of the divine ideas or archetypes of the heavenly world.
Both the zodiac and the mansions reflect and reveal this basic divine order and harmony. As we move from the archetypal to the heavenly, to the material worlds, things become progressively less perfect.
Hence, the constellative mansions closer to the material were actually seen as a less accurate mirror image than the tropical mansions of the archetypal order and the true ideal essence of the mansions. ” 
I have no problem with the first part of the quote. I myself use the tropical zodiac framework and find it very useful for dealing with the different archetypes that work by U.S in our natal chart and then as the archetypal energies test us on the transit path. But what is an archetype? An archangel or an archangel maybe?
The etymology is interesting to say the least. I’m starting to think that an archetype is something that the collective unconsciously agree on. So that thoughts become things and these things or archetypes (or archons) float around in the ether like viruses. They even say things are going viral on the internet, don’t they? A mind parasite could simply be a meme. If we all believe in it, this is it Life.
fate V Free will
It is important that we realize that astrology is not 100% destiny, we have free will and we astrologers and those who use it as a guide would be naive if we believed that the parasites / archons / illuminati of the Mind which astrology does not hijack like all other belief systems.
The New Age movement is rich in Archangel infections and I have always felt uncomfortable with them whole “Aliens are the new religion” Thing. I think John Lash’s explanation of such 21st century phenomena as psychopaths, mind control, indigo children, ascension, lightworkers, etc., etc. is the one that appeals to me the most.
I cannot adhere to a New Age belief system that separates us in that some of us are “special”. That some of us are descended from superior alien races who came to save “fallen” Mother Earth. How arrogant is that ?!
When I get up as twins, I like to turn everything upside down and play with the etymology of words. Matter, Mater, Mother is NOT a thing that will “Less and less perfect” how it turns into matter. And while I really like Laura Eisenhower’s work, I really dislike the term “Meat suits” as she describes us sometimes.
New Age Chosen?
Matter has been corrupted by the word materialism. We are spirit in matter and that is beautiful. We are crystallized, divine energy from the galactic core. The Indians got it right. Goddess is in every flower, every bee, every animal and EVERY person. There are no specially selected races or bloodlines …
The fixed stars in our charts associate us with certain myths, but if we have Sunius Conjunct Sirius, it doesn’t mean we came from there! I have to admit, I’ve seen connections with people claiming this and the fixed stars on their charts. I’ve been wondering for a while … Superior alien interventions is a seductive story and we can’t really blame humans for wanting to distance themselves from the troubled human race. We literally feel strange and want to “Call home.”
Mind Parasites Archons & Sorcery
Back to astrology. Let’s read that sentence again. Christopher Warnock says “So the constellative (star) villas, be closer to the material (Mater, Mother Earth) were actually viewed as a less exact mirror image than the tropical mansions of the archetypal order (Arch-Whatevers) (no free will) and the true ideal essence of mansions (witchcraft). ”  Gemini translation brackets mine.
The lunar mansions were originally used to make talismans to protect us from negative archetypal forces. If we take a fatalistic approach, we believe that we are cursed by a negative effect of villas / planets on us.
Then we can only protect ourselves with a talisman. It works like the biology of belief (see Bruce Lipton). We look for a savior outside of ourselves, just like traditional religions or when we ask our family doctor for a pill.
If we to do If you actually make our own talismans, there will be a separation from the fixed stars on which they are based. If the constellations are closer to the material world (and thus to our beloved Mater planet), I would like to use them. We are Matter after all. We humans maat-er …
I don’t use the zodiac sign across the board because it makes sense to use the tropical zodiac for the sun decans, as the seasons and the sun obviously affect life on earth through the equinoxes. I use precession to maintain the important link to myths of the fixed stars.
Zodiac sign V tropical zodiac
However, with the Lunar Villas, I used the star positions for a while, but I’ve been back to the tropical ones since then. Christopher Warnock made the constellations available in his book. However, I have problems with anyone who says things are getting progressive “Less perfect” how they become matter.
To me, this kind of attitude smells like Christian original sin and shows disrespect for the perfectly beautiful creations that Mother Earth produces for us every day. Vivian Robson also gives the star positions on which Anne Wright stands Constellations of words has preceded us until 2007. I think the star positions are really helpful in understanding the origins of the meaning of the stars, just like the seasons are the basis for the meaning of the tropical zodiac signs.
So I’ve revised this article because I think Christopher Warnock’s theory is quite interesting. However, I am not sure if the constellation is “less perfect”. To err means to be human and organic fruits have their shortcomings. Perfection can be sterile, but perfection and total symmetry are always the goal, aren’t they? Find the balance. So we come from the star and maybe aim for the tropical?