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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Antipathy is the only word which can express the feeling Edward Crimsworth had for me--a feeling, in a great measure, involuntary, and which was liable to be excited by every, the most trifling movement, look, or word of mine.
Upon the whole, I never beheld, in all my travels, so disagreeable an animal, or one against which I naturally conceived so strong an antipathy. So that, thinking I had seen enough, full of contempt and aversion, I got up, and pursued the beaten road, hoping it might direct me to the cabin of some Indian.
Twombley explains how Sullivan was unable to hide his growing antipathy for unbridled entrepreneurialism, for example, in his inability to satisfy both 'the public welfare' (terms he used in a 1891 newspaper essay) with 'the landlord's right to build as he chooses?.
The UN and its subsidiary agencies, dedicated to secular civilization under a socialist world regime, both promote this kind of depravity and attract to their ranks those whose antipathy for morality keeps them on the fringes of Western society.
Despite the initial antipathy between the cube and its context, the object's presence slowly attuned viewers to serial systems concealed in the repeating vines and rosettes of the carpets and wall coverings.
"I think the connection between what we do in Washington and to how people live is closer than it has ever been because of the way we conducted the business of government," says Clinton, who adds that his administration cut "through a lot of the meanness and antipathy toward the government per se that existed....It's much harder to, at least overtly, practice the politics of division than it was.
Simultaneously a study of legal discourse and a social history, Waldrep focuses on Warren County, Mississippi, and explores how whites' "general hostility to law and courts," combined with racial antipathy, contested constitutionalism.
Yet to not ask this question, or to deem it unreasonable, reveals a basic antipathy toward unrestricted inquiry, driven by a rather shallow and adolescent fear of the cosmic dark.
He has suggested that shamed former Labour election guru Peter Mandelson was the figure capable of putting the peace process back on track.Mr Trimble has made no secret of his antipathy for Miss Mowlam, who he claims to be inept and sympathetic to Sinn Fein.
Two nations who have in this century healed some of the bitterest antipathy in history are France and Germany.
Chancellor Gordon Brown's antipathy towards Mr Peter Mandelson, the new Trade Secretary, is welnown.
McEwan's later novels were less sensational: The Child in Time (1987) examines a kidnapping; The Innocent (1990) concerns international espionage; Black Dogs (1992) tells the story of a husband and wife who have lived apart since a honeymoon incident made clear their essential moral antipathy; The Daydreamer (1994) explores the imaginary world of a creative 10-year-old boy.