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Theory of Planetary Ages

Introduction to the Theory of Planetary Ages

Man has therefore integrated the durations of sidereal revolution, which correspond to stages of development, which amounts to applying sidereal cycles to psychogenetics: “The theory of ages designates this application which consists quite simply in observing what mental, psychological, physiological, relational acquisitions occur in a normal evolution of man in the succession of time (...)

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Lunar stage (from 0 to 1 month old): the age of communion

Moon What does he do during this first month? Above all, he devotes between 17 and 20 hours a day to going about his favorite occupation: sleeping, with a sleep that, at first irregular, gradually becomes more regular. When awake, the newborn remains calm and quiet for two or three hours, he moves a little, in the form of anarchic wriggling, for one to two hours at the most and spends the rest of (...)

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Mercurian stage (from 1 to 3 months old): the age of communication

Mercury A simple experiment illustrates this phenomenon well: for up to a month, when the face and the voice of his mother were dissociated in space (while the face of the latter was on his right, for example, a tape recorder located at his left emitted the sound of the mother’s voice), the baby showed his confusion and his discomfort by fidgeting, crying: such a differentiation clashed with his (...)

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Venusian stage (from 3 to 7 1/2 months old): the age of affection

Venus Astrologers have made Venus the planet of love, of desire, of the flesh. Is it hard that the baby will suddenly transform, at the beginning of its fourth month of existence, into sex symbol ? Of course not… It is however clear that it is between three and eight months, therefore during the Venusian stage, that sensuality, sensoriality and affectivity develop in him. From look to touch It is (...)

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Solar stage (from 7 1/2 months to 1 year old): the age of identification

Sun It is around eight months that finally begins to unify what is called the “perceptual field” of the child. Until one month, this perceptual field was homogeneous, global, undifferentiated: hearing, sight, smell, taste and touch merged into one. “all-perceived”. Up to three months, this original perceptual globality exploded, became different until the baby was plunged into a maelstrom of (...)

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Marsian stage (from 1 to 2 years old): the age of action

Mars The age of one year marks a radical shift in perspective, a fundamental change in his perception of the world. From a spectator, he becomes an actor. A comfortable dependence gives way to an independence to conquer. Spontaneous sociability is replaced by curiosity about things, and the model child who tried to be as wise as a picture in the solar stage abruptly transforms into an overactive (...)

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Jupiterian stage (from 2 to 12 years old): the age of socialization

Jupiter The first long stage The Jupiterian stage is therefore spread over ten years. A very long period, if we compare it to the single year that the previous stage lasts or to the four and a half months during which the solar function is integrated. One can legitimately wonder whether the different mental, social and affective acquisitions of the child during such a large age range have points in (...)

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Saturnian stage (from 12 to 30 years old): the age of questioning

Saturn The Saturnian stage, like the Jupiterian, is characterized by its long duration: no less than eighteen years! Beginning with puberty, it thus encompasses adolescence and the first steps into adulthood. to the planet Saturn, astrological tradition attributed melancholy, meditation, taste for abstractions, introversion, frustration, loneliness. She has made it the star of the silent, of the (...)

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Uranian stage (from 30 to 84 years old): the age of individualization

Uranus If it seems relatively easy to observe the similarities of functioning in children of the same age group, it is apparently less obvious with regard to adults: during the quarantine, the definitive individual personality is in general established, hardly susceptible to major changes, and each seems to manifest at the highest point, even to the point of caricature at times, the specific nature (...)

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The time beyond: from Neptune to Pluto

Neptune Pluto The maximum duration of human life is currently estimated at around one hundred and thirty years. The individual therefore has no possibility of going to the end of the Neptunian apprenticeships. There neptunian function would therefore concern in humans the probability of partial learning, barely sketched, certain to remain unfinished. During his second centenary, he was given the (...)

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Neptunian stage (from 84 to 164 years old): the age of depersonalization

Neptune Currently, life expectancy is around 75 to 80 years in Europe and North America but does not exceed forty-five years for the poorest African countries. It has not always been so: the average lifespan also varies according to the times. Until the XVIIIth century, it was about thirty years maximum on all continents: times were hard, numerous and deadly famines, very high infant mortality (one (...)

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Plutonian stage (from 164 to 248 years old): the age of disappearance

Pluto The most unknown of the unknown Death does not exist. It’s just a word for the absolute unknown. As the philosopher Emmanuel Lévinas writes very well, “Death is the most unknown of unknowns. It is even more unknown than any unknown…death is first of all the nothingness of knowledge. I will not say that it is nothing. It is also the ‘plenitude of the question’, but first of all: ‘we don’t know’… (...)

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