Perspectives from the Astrologer
Ever pay attention to astrology beyond what the readings say about your stars? Brooklyn Savvy goes metaphysical in this episode with Ray Sette, a metaphysician who sees himself first as a spiritualist. In a very interesting analysis of the physical and spiritual composition of human beings, Sette explains how the human DNA translates into activities around us. "We are composed of atoms and molecules," the astrologer believes. That means everything does have energy and everything – including human beings – vibrate. The top concern expressed by many, with regard to astrology, relates to faith. Toni Williams, who moderates the discussion, asks Sette how these metaphysical beliefs counter orthodox religion. Sette was raised as a Catholic. He thinks all religions have merits. These merits are the things that we positively connect with from our religions, he argues, adding: "There is no absolute negative." However, Sette is mindful that religion is the creation of humanity, while spirituality is where human beings came from. Other, familiar, questions are raised by co-hosts, Rachel Russo, Denise Arbesu, Janet Neal and Phyllis White Thorne. Horoscopes, guardian angels and external voices are some of the areas explored in this 30-minute episode. Find out how Sette describes allowing himself to explore spirituality beyond religion from an early age. You will find his take on the planetary positions and spiritual DNA of human beings interesting. Also, you might want to know why the astrologer thinks horoscopes are a misrepresentation of astrology and what he means by the "silver method."