Sabian Symbols: A secret business conference
This universal idea is best expressed through planets in
Capricorn 30 (29° - 30°)
HIGHEST LEVEL OF SOCIAL INFLUENCE
Society is structured hierarchically and there are small groups of people who secretly direct the course of history
"Accepting the need for high-level management of collective affairs"
In the kingdom of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. Great power comes when we can see what others do not see. We can grasp opportunity, avoid calamity and inconvenience, influence people and make sound decisions for ourselves. A group of highly awakened individuals together form the ruling executive power over world affairs notwithstanding the rise and fall of political fashions, nations and economic blocs. These can see what the masses do not see. Two sides must exist of this phenomenon; the dark aspect is revealed as a satanic elite that selfishly controls the wealth and laws of the world. There is also a hierarchy of light beings, equally powerful, yet focused on keeping open the path to freedom and complete realisation. We need to choose which group to offer our attention.
A SECRET MEETING OF MEN RESPONSIBLE FOR EXECUTIVE DECISIONS IN WORLD AFFAIRS
A secret meeting of men responsible for executive decisions in world affairs
The life lesson is to seize opportunity
The corporate imagery of a secret business conference speaks of management, indeed of cautious, carefully-considered management. The physical world is hard to handle, yet there are particular skills and practices that enable us to meet the challenges that arise as we attempt to initiate and lead change. Diligent planning is necessary; so is strategy.
In the journey to develop awareness, a very important step forward is when we truly realize the causal relationship between our attitudes, activities, and the circumstances we encounter. In other words, we make it all up.
If we have any genuine determination to make the best of every situation, then we will learn how to form allegiances with the prime movers and principal characters in any scenario. After all, each of them is an actor in the drama we ourselves are scripting. There is always an inner circle – and our desire to establish, maintain and evolve these connections is of strategic consequence. We can see the members of this group as having very special relevance for us in order to foster and express our values and preferences.
The extent to which we are able to control our situations largely depends upon the nature of the relationship with the individuals that comprise our inner circle. There is a need for a deep level of rapport, and also, through appropriate gentle confrontations, the ability to establish a high degree of authenticity.
The road to true success is narrow and long. It is not enough to achieve goals – these are contributors to success, not success itself. To maintain joy and integrity is the greater achievement, especially as the honours mount up.
The test is whether we can balance our own desires, dreams and needs with others’ – and resist the temptation towards selfish exploitation of all and sundry, friends included.
The abundant resources around us – both claimed and unclaimed – are available when we have learned how to attract them. The life lesson is to seize opportunity – and yet to expand our perception of the depth and value of what good fortune actually is, to include only that which is of valid and lasting significance to us.
A secret business conference
Commentary from Emmy Owens
An awareness of the true powers, positive and negative, in any situation and the ability to strike while the iron is hot by effectively and strategically moving with those powers to our own benefit. An understanding of how we handle relationships and how we are able or unable to conduct relationships for a positive outcome with the highest seats at the table. The ability to recognize our own needs and desired outcomes with the wants and goals of the people in position of authority, and our ability or inability to conduct ourselves profitably instead of brutishly pushing forward our own agendas with no regard for the situation or attitudes of others.