Forensic Astrology - CAYLEE ANTHONY Reported Missing 7/15/2008: # 5

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  1. Salem

    Salem Former Member

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    I agree but would add that while God knows the choices we will make, he always provides an opportunity to act differently. That is why we have brains to complement our souls - he meant for us to use them. I truely believe he is sad when we fail to see that there is another way. To demonstrate - KC could have walked out of the Hopespring Dr. house at almost any point between the computer searches in March and the act she took in June, leaving Caylee with G&C and never looked back.

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  2. housemouse

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    We are getting into theology here, and the question is about "predestination", I think. Or it is about fate vs. free will. I can only give my opinion, and take it as just that.

    The energies represented by the planets at the time we are born, and the transits to these as our lives progress do not "fate" us to any particular kind of action. These energies can be used by the individual in any number of ways.

    How an individual will choose to use, or experience, these energies is the mystery. Why some have a sudden accident, such as a fall from a high place, an unexpected operation, win a long distance marathon, or give birth with Mars/Uranus leads us to wonder about fate vs. choice.

    I do not have the answer, and this is why I believe we astrologers should be very careful about "prediction". God alone knows the plan for our individual lives, and we are warned in the Bible not to be fortune tellers.

    For that reason, I hesitate to do "psychological analysis" of people's charts. Who am I to define another person's innermost being?

    I try to stick to understanding events as they unfold in time, and to anticipate the pressures an individual might be experiencing at a point in time. How they deal with those pressures is at best just a guess.

    Astrology is much better used after an event, and is very poor at predicting events. Again, that is just my opinion. Lots of other astrologers will totally disagree with me.
     
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    Hello,

    I have been reading this forum and this thread since around August. I am very impressed and thankful for all that you astros are doing and all sleuthers too. Regarding the "predestination" question, I believe there is a book that everyone on the forum should read: The Shack by William Young. It is a very poignant book and, I believe, would help anyone who has these questions. You could also plug-in the people of this case in place of the people in the book.

    Again, thank you for all you do!
     
  5. housemouse

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    I just finished reading The Shack, and it is definitely worth reading, and thinking about....
     
  6. Chezhire

    Chezhire Inactive

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    I appreciate these comments, Housemouse.
     
  7. 21merc7

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    "Fox (tv) just reported that the identity of the remains is to be announced at any moment and they're live in Orlando waiting."

    I just snagged this from another thread, just so no one would think I am nuts, and so I wouldn't either (even though I am not normal, lol!)

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=76684&page=5 post #121

    eta: okay, now it is gone. I am loosing my mind. (Nope, it is post 121, not 123).
     
  8. Chezhire

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    I believe Kaitland is referring to immunity in the criminal matter, because the Anthonys attorney knows there is no immunity in a civil matter, ergo Brad Conway wants criminal immunity for the Anthonys re: any criminal wrongdoings BEFORE they have to spill what they know in the civil case depositions.
     
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    First I want to say congratulations to all the astrologers who have spent countless hours on this case, for the recognition!
    Second I want to thank all of you for your time and effort. Having dabbled in charts, I KNOW the work that goes into this and the emotional investment.
    You are all amazing!
     
  10. Chezhire

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    Hmmm... most all red azalea varieties are not blooming in zones 9 and 10 here in the south this time of year... so I wonder how that will happen?
     
  11. Chezhire

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    For one, the state/LE has NO duty to preserve "non-evidence" and, therefore, if anything they have collected is deemed "non-evidence," they do NOT have to retain custody of it. The thrust of J Baez motion is that he is afraid that LE won't do their job, which includes keeping all inculpatory AND exculpatory evidence. Judge S will slap him again for presuming that LE is or would violate their duty.

    Practically speaking, it makes sense: can you imagine the warehouses more of junk they'd have if they had to keep "non-evidence?"
     
  12. Spitfire4ever

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    Thank you very much. I appreciate and agree with every word you said. :)
     
  13. FifthEssence

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    KC made the CHOICE/decision to be destructive.

    quoting myself from an earlier post:

    The world weeps as we are reminded of the magnitude of heinous acts & crimes against children. I honor Caylee for bearing light on the horror of these abuses and those unnoticed. She has made such a contribution to Humanity by speaking for all children. A sweet little Messenger of God's. Mission accomplished Caylee.


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  14. chesterp

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    I hear ya....
    But that is what I was told.


    paragraph from an article about Azaleas

    Spectacular flower masses and colors, plant form and evergreen foliage are among the reasons for azalea popularity. Azaleas in Florida bloom from late February to early April, depending upon cultivar and seasonal variation. Many azalea cultivars grow well in north and central Florida, but fewer are recommended for south Florida.

    My Guide did not tell me if they were blooming... I guess I need to be more specific when I recieve info.. LOL
     
  15. ZubenElSchemali

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    Yes, I see the Orlando county clerk site doesn't save the session information. Here is the main page. http://www.myorangeclerk.com/myclerk/Default.aspx You can choose name search and find the various ZG's that way, along with all the details.
     
  16. 21merc7

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    Very eloquent Fifth!
     
  17. FifthEssence

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    Thank you AquaEs for the above info. I do believe most recent discussions are based on the depo 'date & time of filing' info provided by the courts noted in link below.
    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showpost.php?p=3069033&postcount=143
     
  18. Chezhire

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    BOLDED and UNDERLINED is mine.

    The time from late February to early April is spot on! That's when all of our azaleas bloom! We in Louisiana have them all blooming in beautiful masses inbetween those months, but now, in December, here, in zone 9, none are blooming as of now. Maybe in zone 10 some are still blooming...calling Floridians!!!
     
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    You're very welcome, Spitfire4ever!
     
  20. FifthEssence

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    Just a quick note, I have Dwarf Fashion Azaleas in light pink that bloom here on the west coast of central FL about every 3 months.

    they are blooming as we speak!
     
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