volcanic storm

mars in cancer is a sensitive emotional temperament. sometimes it can be like walking on eggshells around them. but they experience emotions with such ferocity and volcanic storm. mars is  the battlefield, and the combat here is fought with their own emotional experience, one where its like the body has turned on itself 

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Puyehue Volcano, Chile

The 2011 Puyehue-Cordón Caulle eruption is a volcanic eruption that began in the Puyehue-Cordón Caulle volcanic complex in Chile on 4 June 2011. The ash cloud was blown across cities all around the Southern hemisphere, including Bariloche, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Stanley, Porto Alegre, Cape Town, Hobart, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Wellington and Auckland.

(images: claudio santana | carlos gutierrez | francisco negroni / reuters-afp-gettys)

mars in cancer is a sensitive emotional temperament. sometimes it can be like walking on eggshells around them. but they experience emotions with such ferocity and volcanic storm. mars is  the battlefield, and the combat here is fought with their own emotional experience, one where its like the body has turned on itself

anonymous asked:

I'm not trying to start an argument or sides here, but on that photo you posted with the two sides of the God vs Science argument, do you think it's possible for both sides to come to a mutual agreement? And this is just a question of curiosity, but in science it's known that everything is comprised of something else (for example, volcanic activity & elec storms gives way to first life forms), did the big bang just appear? Something had to exist to create it, no? Or did it come from nothing?

I’m not sure you can come to a middle ground between science and God. Religion is the acceptance of beliefs aside from facts. Science is observations followed by facts. When science finds scientific evidence that refutes bits of religion, it is followed by religious people that say the science is wrong.

I believe that it may be impossible to understand exactly how the universe began but our lack of understanding of how the universe began shouldn’t lead to God being the de facto answer. Lack of evidence shouldn’t mean ‘God did it’.