Long-eared bat

  • Sean Connery, Taiwan big-eared bat
  • Leonard Bernstein 1950s, Brown long-eared bat
  • Brown long-eared bat, Sean Connery smiling
  • Rob Halford, Leonard Bernstein spread hands
  • Leonard Bernstein, Grey long-eared bat
  • Leonard Bernstein, Rob Halford color
  • Sean Connery lifts a brow, Brown long-eared bat
  • Grey long-eared bat, Leonard Bernstein pianist, songwriter
  • Brown long eared bat, Sir Sean Connery beard
  • Bernstein conducts Shostacovich, Grey long eared bat
  • Long-eared bat (Plecotus auritus) in flight, Leonard Bernstein
  • Leonard Bernstein Dvorak cover, Sean Connery
  • Sean Connery 1971, Brown long eared bat
  • Leonard Bernstein studio portrait of American composer conductor and pianist, Rob Halford
  • Leonard Bernstein, Brown-long-eared-bat hanging upside down
  • Sean Connery, Brown long eared bat
  • Townsend's big eared bat, Leonard Bernstein conductor
  • Sean Connery lifts brow, Brown long-eared bat
  • Leonard Bernstein conducting orchestra at Schleswig Holstein Music Festival, Brown long-eared bat
  • Brown long-eared bat (Placetus auritos), Leonard Bernstein conducts Bach 1977
  • Rob Halford, Long-eared bat bearded
  • Leonard Bernstein, Sean Connery as James Bond: sun degree twins
  • Sean Connery, desert long eared bat
  • Leonard Bernstein, Big-eared bat
  • Leonard Bernstein, Sean Connery
  • Rob Halford, Sean Connery bearded
  • Rob Halford, The lesser false vampire bat (Megaderma spasma)
  • Long eared bat, Rob Halford interview 1988
  • Leonard Bernstein young, Sean Connery as James Bond
  • Rob Halford interview, Sean Connery butterfly-necktie
  • Sean Connery, Brown long eared bat
  • Leonard Bernstein conducting, Long-eared bat flying
  • Plecotus auritus (Brown Long-eared Bat), Sean Connery cigarette
  • Leonard Bernstein, Brown long-eared bat
  • Rob Halford motorcycle, Long eared bat in flight
  • Rob Halford, Sean Connery bearded
  • Plecotus auritus (Brown Long eared Bat), Sean Connery
  • Leonard Bernstein conducts with his eyes closed, a horseshoe bat catching a mole
  • Long eared bat UK, Sean Connery
  • Leonard Bernstein, desert long eared bat
  • Leonard Bernstein, Brown long-eared bat 40
  • Rob Halford 1984, Sean Connery (James Bond Diamonds are Forever)
  • Leonard Bernstein conducting Mahler 8th Symphony with the London Symphony Orchestra at The Royal Albert Hall 17 April 1966, Big eared Bat
  • Grey long eared bat engraved illustration Natural History of Animals 1880, Rob Halford stage performance
  • Long-eared bat, Leonard Bernstein
  • Rob Halford, Leonard Bernstein
  • Sean Connery, Grey long-eared bat
  • Leonard Bernstein 1950s, Sean Connery
  • Leonard Bernstein BBC symphony orchestra rehearsal, Brown long eared bat in flight
  • Sean Connery, Diamonds_Are_Forever; Leonard Bernstein
  • Long-eared bat, Leonard Bernstein
  • Leonard Bernstein at the Dakota in New York, Sean Connery
  • Long-eared bat in flight, Leonard Bernstein conducting Mendelssohn Symphonies
  • Sean Connery as James Bond, Rob Halford
  • Brown long-eared bat, Sean Connery as James Bond save money on alcohol
  • Brown Big eared bat, Leonard Bernstein
  • Rob Halford, Leonard Bernstein
  • Sean Connery, composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein at the Dakota
  • Desert long eared bat, Sean Connery Diamonds Are Forever in Amsterdam
  • Rob Halford interview 1988, Leonard Bernstein
  • Rob Halford young, Sean Connery B&W
  • Judas Priest British Steel, Long eared bat wing
  • Leonard Bernstein, Long-eared bat
  • Leonard Bernstein composer and conductor 1986, Sean Connery
  • Rob Halford, Leonard Bernstein B&W
  • Rob Halford tattooed, Sean Connery bearded
  • Sean Connery white beard, Brown Long-eared Bat
  • Long eared bat, Rob Halford portrait
  • Sean Connery in The Name of the Rose (1986), Leonard Bernstein
  • Townsend's big-eared bat catches a moth, Leonard Bernstein conducting
  • Rob Halford, Sean Connery
  • Leonard Bernstein, Sean Connery
  • Brown-long-eared-bat, Leonard Bernstein upside down
  • Rob Halford young, Long-eared bat
  • Sean Connery, Rob Halford
  • Sean Connery, Rob Halford
  • Long eared bat, Rob Halford shining
  • Leonard Bernstein, Sean Connery portraits
  • Leonard Bernstein, Rob Halford (Judas priest) B&W
  • Leonard Bernstein, Sean Connery smiling
  • Griffin's Leaf Nosed ba, Rob Halford screaming
  • Sean Connery, Rob Halford 40

The long-eared bat and persons having it as a Sun degree totem are shown in the gallery.
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Loaned Bernstein1)b. 25.8.1918, Sean Connery2)b. 25.81930 and Rob Halford3)b. 25.8.1951 were all born when the Sun was at the one hundred fifty second zodiacal degree. They are Sun degree twins and share the same Sun totemthe long-eared bat.

Astrological influences operate on basic physical and biological levels and equally determine bodily proportions, instinctual nature, temperament and mental dispositions or character. Usually, the Sun is the strongest astrological influence and has the greatest imprinting power. Generally, its contribution to the physical and mental traits of individuals is more than 50% and up to 90%. The Sun’s influence determines both the physical resemblance of the persons to their Sun degree totem, which in this case is the long-eared bat, and the resemblance between persons having the same Sun totem. Our galleries illustrate this.

The similarities between these people and animals stem from the Sun’s zodiacal influence. Clearly, they are not of material or of genetic origin. The ancient civilizations knew and honoured these basic and eternal spiritual qualities, which our rational and narrow-minded civilization still shies away from. Observing these spiritual similarities may be an illuminating experience. One can see that there is something stable in life persisting through the ages. It is the worldly embodiment of certain universal principles and related qualities. It can be noticed in the eyes, intentions, body proportions and gestures of the creatures: men or animals. Although science has not yet recognized this non-genetic cosmic imprinting, it is shown here for anyone who is able to perceive it.

What follows below is not a personal horoscope, but an overview on the qualities that the brightest astrological degree in the horoscopes of the persons presented here implants.

 These are not a personal horoscopes of Leonard Bernstein, Sean Connery or Rob Halford, but an overview on the sun degree influence that they have in common.

The long-eared batRob Halford head tatoo (Plecotus) is a likeable flying mouse. Its ears are longer than its head, and have a huge tragus 4)tragus, a protrusion in front of the ear canal orifice, allowing good localization of the source of sounds in the front-rear direction. Its nostrils open upwards, and its eyes are relatively developed. It is nocturnal and comes out later in the evening than other bats.

Bats (microbats) rely on echolocation to navigate and find prey. Long eared, however, have more sensitive hearing and can hunt only through it. They are capable of hearing a flying moth. They use their vision too. They thus outwit the moths that have developed the ability to hide from echolocation and catch them in flight or collect them from the leaves on which they hide.Rob Halford’s sticking out and curved at the top ears

The big-eared young Leonard Bernstein, a big-eared bat-man, portrait NYC 1948The ears of long-eared bat-person are often noticeable in some way. They may be large, bent, curved or rise above eyebrows and have large tragus. One can get the feeling that he is transparent to his scanning senses.

Many bat species have developed organs on the muzzle and forehead that are involved in the echolocation. Probably the skull bones of all bats assist the unique skill of theirs. The long-eared bat-persons have well-developed, open and expressive forehead Sean Connery I hear you pretty wellhaving several rows of spaced wrinkles that they often lift, as if attempting to see or hear better. The lines of their foreheads are reminiscent of the numerous skin ribs in the auricles of the long-eared bats.

The long-eared bat-people love secrets and mysteries. They are not quite of this world. They are secretive and timid, but are always on the alert and appear to know more than others about the subject under observation. They work well and need guidance. Information is flowing down to them. They may even be good secret agents.5)Sean Connery was the first actor to perform the secret agent James Bond and starred in seven films about him between 1962 and 1983Bats fly through their fingers. Leonard Bernstein, a long-eared bat-man, is conducting an orchestra.

The degree of the long-eared bat is considered good. It implants a thin sensitivity and good intuition. It increases the possibilities of understanding life and nature. It gives magnificent, sympathetic and helpful doctors who understand the nature of the illness, as well as good scientists and specialists in various fields.

The long-eared bat-people are inquisitive, curious, insightful and self-confident. They combine musical and even creative artistic abilities with scientific ones and can succeed in science, literature and journalism. Rob Halford rock honors showThey can do a lot with their own hands and heads. Their free time is too scarce because they constantly take care of something or someone. Their families are large. “Lingerie on the dryer” is a symbol of the degree illustrating this.

“Orderly” is another symbol of the degree. It indicates a person who is unusually neat, methodical and precise, perhaps to the point of overdoing. This is the degree of doctors, pharmacists, scholars and jewellers and diamond cutters.

Judas Priest pitchfork cross“A great white cross dominates the landscape” is the Sabian symbol of degree. It suggests that accurate judgment requires isolation and can elevate. Only suffering and seclusion can bring wisdom and compassion. It also indicates a passion for things mysterious and hardly perceivable.

The ears of Elvis Costello, another big-eared bat-man, are constantly preoccupied. Ушите на Елвис Костело, друг човек-голямоух прилеп, са непрекъснато заети.“The dull moon in the night sky: one half of it, together with the stars surrounding it, is clearly visible, the other is hidden by dark clouds that announce the coming storm.” is another symbol of the degree6)Kozminsky. It indicates a person with significant abilities who has something to do with darkness and secrecy. It designates threat and the possibility of getting involved in unpleasant situations and fuss. One born under this degree must avoid suspicious adventures, guard against deception and betrayal, and do their best to lead a peaceful and moderate life.

The Long-eared bat-man seems mystical because of its thin receptivity, but he is actually quite rational. The great resolution of his senses and thought makes him over-suited and inhumanly effective in the eyes of others.

The ear is central to the big-eared bat-man‘A man peeping around the corner in company of armed men, who are in act of reconnoitering.’ is another symbol of the degree. It specifies a person who is well adapted to the army and who might succeed in almost every other service.7)Cahrubel It is noteworthy that the situation described by the symbol resembles the human personification of a long-eared bat; someone who is on the alert but barely sees and relies heavily on hearing and who has good listening assistants. This is to show once again that totems are the most important descriptions of degrees.

‘A solitary rock jutting up from a waste of sand.‘ is another old symbol of the degree.8)Sepharial It describes a very stable, constant and serious character that is cold, mathematical, hard and very just in thinking, Rob Halford (Judas Priest) holds a drilling machine against his headinclined to agnosticism or atheism, but lacks the emotional qualities that make life more vital than a problematic theory. He is somewhat indolent and wanting in direction and purpose, but he has great power of resistance and endurance. Big-eared bat-men love big-eared animals; Leonard Bernstein holding a koalaHe is likely to remain poor, at least emotionally, because of that.

The long-eared bat-persons have a dry and cool nature. They are serious to clumsiness, and their endurance borders on stubbornness and manic conceit. They are endowed with great steadfastness, and prudence, but not with the deep impulses of human feelings. Their resulting attitude is mostly apathetic, sometimes of fatalistic indolence, and sluggish.9)Carelli

This is one of the degrees that produces fatalists or suicides living in a fateful menace.10)The ascendant of Karl Krafft, Hitler’s astrologer  At unfavourable horoscopic or life circumstances, the degree imparts too much dreaminess, weakness and inertia, and brings about gossip, intrigue, defamation, persecution and abandonment.

 Rob Halford (Judas Priest)Rob Halford, the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Judas Priest is born of the day of the long-eared bat and is famed for his powerful wide-ranging voice. AllMusic says that Halford’s voice: “is able to effortlessly alternate between a throaty growl and an ear-splitting falsetto”. Noticeably, bats are known for the wide spectrum of sounds that they produce. Halford’s music and stage ambience is mystical, darkish and fatalistic. He demonstrates a militant appearance. He wears black leather clothes and can hardly be spotted without his dark glasses. All of these qualities of him are reminiscent of bats’ traits. Judas Priest has a pitchfork cross emblem, which may be winged or not and resembles the Sabian symbol of the degree of the long-eared bat. Both the name and the front cover of the first typical album of the group Sad Wings of Destiny (1976) also exhibit a pretty battish character.

Battish manifestations of Rob Halford and Judas Priest

Degrees of the Sisyphean Mystery

This is a description of the characteristics of the one out of the thirty categories of zodiacal degrees to which the discussed above degree belongs.

Sisyphus was the most cunning among men. He outsmarted even the gods temporarily, but they had the last word and condemned him to eternal labour. So he is eternally rolling a boulder up the mountain and is collapsing each time he approaches the summit. A dozen degrees evenly scattered throughout the Zodiac embody the Sisyphean mystery.

Those who are born on one of Sisyphean days haven’t got enough strength to be first. They want very much to be the first, but they always drop behind with a small step. They break down at the last minute – just before reaching the top – and have to repeat all over again.

The sufferer of the Sisyphean syndrome has to run at the same spot all the time. He cannot carry things to their end, no matter how much he wishes to. He may be very ambitions, but he is not a natural born leader. He is always placed in a secondary role, even formally of a boss. He’s the substitute player on the side-lines. He may has fairly good initiatives, but these show incompleteness and duality.

Such a person is strongly inclined to burden others with responsibility for his own problems. In the worst case, he feels the constant dissatisfaction due to unfulfilled desires. In the best scenario, he understands the need to restrain his ambitions and to follow someone. This gives him a plenty of opportunity to become a privy councillor, a secretary, an assistant or even a shadow leader. However, as a rule, the owners of this category seek to overthrow their benefactors, to become the first and then they collapse.

This category of degrees symbolizes ups and downs or wasted effort. Those who are subjected to the Sisyphean mystery are sentenced to experience unexpected twists of fate, change of caravans and guides. Support Bio-Astrology with any amount – it only takes seconds. Thank you. donate-to-bio-astrology-long-yel

other representatives of this category of degreeи, 2, 3,  


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1. b. 25.8.1918
2. b. 25.81930
3. b. 25.8.1951
4. tragus, a protrusion in front of the ear canal orifice
5. Sean Connery was the first actor to perform the secret agent James Bond and starred in seven films about him between 1962 and 1983
6. Kozminsky
7. Cahrubel
8. Sepharial
9. Carelli
10. The ascendant of Karl Krafft, Hitler’s astrologer