Antipathy


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Antipathy

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Congruent with its use in everyday English, antipathy refers to an inharmonious relationship between certain planets, particularly when they make hard aspects to each other. The term is also used to refer to the repulsion between people whose charts interact inharmoniously with each other.

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2005) posit that antipathy may play a role in helping motives, suggesting that low similarity conditions in some studies may have involved such strong differences that they induced antipathy--and subsequently, less empathy--toward targets.
Flinders University emeritus professor Riaz Hassan wrote in The Conversation that "while there are pockets of antipathy towards Muslims, an overwhelming majority of Australians don't share that antipathy".
Kashmiris will observe the black day on Thursday 27october 2016, to express their antipathy and ire over Indian occupation of Jammu and Kashmir.
As an atheist, I hold a hardened antipathy toward religion because I witness so much hypocrisy and intolerance coming from religionists.
She proposes a critical reframing of understanding prejudice and racism in society--a shift from prejudice as antipathy to prejudice as harm inflicted by indignity.
Much like the alternating themes of antipathy and adjustment, Clive Watkins's extensive range of style vacillates between rhymed verse and unrhymed prose.
Speaking at the end of the informal European Council meeting in Brussels that saw the debut of Tsipras at this level, Passos Coelho dismissed journalist questions suggesting some antipathy towards the new Greek administration.
It advances a series of interconnected arguments: that early moderns believed in an invisible system of sympathies and antipathies; that natural philosophy was in many ways driven by a desire to make these invisible forces manifest; that the invisible forces of sympathy and antipathy held a particularly strong relationship with the womb, and thus women inhabited a charged position in relation to the occult; and that the early modern stage, itself perceived as working through invisible sympathies and antipathies, was a particularly amenable site for portraying and thinking through these forces.
CDATA[ The world body which would be a repository for so much antipathy against Israel over the next seven decades must have experienced a moment of madness.
While industry sources claimed it reflected the Government's antipathy towards the coal industry, the high interest rate also reflects the risks connected with paying back the money.
Please don't imagine for a moment that I hold any antipathy towards badgers, though it's fair to say that I don't fall for their faux stripy-faced charm.
While he was in No10, Tony Blair knew he had nothing to worry about from his neighbour Gordon Brown, given Cherie's deep antipathy for the then Chancellor.