Saturday, March 27, 2010

The Reincarnation of Madame Curie



Several years ago a very talented clairvoyant named Carolyn Evers told me that she saw in a vision of my past life that I was the reincarnation of Madame Curie. Although I appreciated Carolyn's insight, I dismissed the idea entirely because the very idea of chemistry and physics makes me nauseous. I also strongly resist needing a "title" to make you feel special.

Still, there were many things about being told that I was the reincarnation of Madame Curie that struck me odd. Being an avid fan of biographies, which really got me started with Numerology, I happen to own Madame Curie's biography as it was one of my childhood favorites. The book sits on my desk to this day with my many other favorite books.

I also could not help but pick up on the names in Madame Curie's actual life. My middle name is Marie and Madame Curie's name is Marie. My mother's name is Irene and Madame Curie named her daughter Irene. I even named my own daughter Greta Irene.

I also could not help but wonder why, ever since I was a child, that I was afraid to have an x-ray and when I got older I often argued with Doctors about the necessity of having one. Could it be that because Madame Curie died of radiation poisoning that I had a fear of x-rays?

I also was very aware of her life and knew that after her husband died, she eventually had an affair with her married lab assistant. This act almost cost her the Nobel Peace Prize as she was a public figure, albeit a reluctant one, and during that era, such a thing was scandalous. I find it very interesting that when looking at the Numerology of my own chart and my husband's, we have a Karmic relationship that points to a past life together and a past affair. The very fact that my husband is a geologist, raises an eyebrow as well because it reflects his scientific past. Imagine a Numerologist and a Geologist?

Madame Curie was a recluse for the most part and her work was her life. She never enjoyed the public limelight. I certainly can resonate to those feelings. Although I have what appears to be an outgoing personality, basically I prefer to spend time alone. My work is my life and although Numerology is considered to be a "pseudo-science" it surprisingly is based upon physics. I have to admit I do a great deal of research with Numerology testing the theories of it. It involves many hours of research, analysis and collecting data.

Enter Saturn in the 5th House:

The other night I was reading an Astrology Book with my personal Astrology Chart in hand and I happen to have Saturn in the 5th House.

And I quote: " Disciplined fifth house Saturn needs to learn how to relax and have a good time, and for this serious, responsible planet, that's not always easy. Because of its seriousness, Saturn's fifth house creativity is often channeled into scientific discovery: this is the placement of Madame Curie, for example."

Ok..now that was just plain freaky!

3 comments:

Alison Baughman said...

That would be why I am not an Astrologer.
Upon researching, various sources have Marie Curies Saturn in various houses.
Which is correct?
Can the time of birth be verified?
Guess I will stick to Numerology where her numbers and mine align.
Thanks Marcela for your input.

Marcela said...

The most reliable source is AstroData Bank. And I had a little typo, I meant to say 10th House.

Sorry!

Peter Jene said...

Really fantastic your post. I look forward to future posts.

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