What did the Ancient Greeks say about love again?
Didn’t they say that there was:
* Eros (HOT: loins turning to liquid amber sort of bodice-rippery thing, but you wouldn’t want to necessarily live with with the character or even wake up with them)
* Thanatos – psycho-bats love, like driven from deep subliminal reserves of obsessive fuqery. Inexplicable after the fact. Like deadly nightshade.
* Agape – friendly and non-threatening functional affectionate love???
This is all i can recall from where-ever i studied it.
But it’s a brilliant thing to ponder with the retro-Venus situation of the moment.
Am i right? And now what?
And I gathered that:
* You’re meant to marry Agape and even if your partner becomes more like a sibling/child/benevolent parent figure, so what? At least you’re godly and you can take them anywhere.
* You avoid the Thanatos type peeps — take up martial arts or extreme makeovers as a substitute, stop hanging out in downtown Hades, give up drinking Blue Devil with hot strangers really fit just because they’re straight out of jail etc.
* You’re thrilled whenever Eros comes to visit but you don’t try to drag him off to Ikea of a Saturday morning.
Please can some erudite peeps clarify this?
And, obviously, with Venus, Mars and asteroid Eros all in Scorpio at the moment, nobody is that keen on Agape. We may be bats but we’re alive, hello?
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