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popcorn poppingThe Uranus Pluto transit to my natal Mercury has created tremendous upheaval in my life. Nothing bad has happened. But in the last couple months, we’ve decided to move ‘cross country, a year sooner.  I’ve planted grass over my garden, torn up the kitchen and now the bathroom.

I’ve given a truckload of stuff to my neighbor, who likes to have yard sales. I don’t want to move this stuff, or sell it, so this is the easiest way to clear things out and reward a good neighbor (Mercury) in the process.

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Michelangelo

It is an irony that Michelangelo, the man who produced some of the finest works our world has ever seen and who glorified earth with heavenly beauty, was “ugly” himself! And not just ugly but actually disfigured! Not by nature but out of an act of violence inflicted upon him by one of his fellow students bearing the name Pietro Torrigiano!

Torrigiano was anything but a minor personality. In time he would become a great artist himself. He is accredited as the person who kick started the British Renaissance (he escaped to England after injuring Michelangelo – as the latter was a protegee of the omnipotent Florentine family of the Medici)! Torrigiano was gifted alright but somehow unlucky too, as he was born at the same time and place as Michelangelo. This meant that he was condemned

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All the Scorpionic themes are coming up as the Sun and Venus arrive in this sign on Thursday accompanied by a pivotal solar eclipse here too. This isn’t just an extreme case for Scorpios but for every sign. As the leaves fall off the trees, nature is laid bare, we are all asked to strip down to what lies underneath. It’s an opportunity to take a good look at ourselves and consider the most powerful, passionate, intense aspects of our lives. Eclipses are sometimes presented as a fait accompli – events happen that re-shape our lives. It is a force of destiny and as Scorpio is all about re-birth, transformation and renewal we get to see life after death in this life. The solar eclipse always triggers a new cycle which requires the end of the old one. We can …

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Leia and HanMonday morning the Moon in thoughtful Virgo moves toward a sextile with Saturn. Virgo ruler Mercury in Libra retrogrades back into sextile with inflationary Jupiter. Saturn and Jupiter are in a wide square. The opportunity bearing sextiles signal moments when mood, mind, aspiration, and tenacity form a cohesive force, working together to promote some serious learning and discovery. (…)
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You know
that every and any chart should be considered with age, gender, genes, social
situation, conditions and culture in mind. Here is the chart of Snoop Dogg, a
famous AND notirious rapper. He is the news because he keeps dissing Iggy
Azalea (see this link). No surprise, because his Venus inconjunct Eris just loves to create discord!

RAPPER

A rapper is
telling his own rhythmic tales.…

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ElsaElsa » Astrology News & Commentary

October 19th, 2014 @ 6:59 pm by ElsaElsa

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  • Solar Eclipse In Scorpio – Drastic Game Changer
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ElsaElsa » Judging Yourself, Harshly

October 19th, 2014 @ 1:59 pm by ElsaElsa

harsh-judge“…It’s easy to crawl through glass and still not think you did enough, when what you did was just fine.”

I wrote that to a client who saw someone through, to the end of their life.  It’s such an honorable and admirable thing to do, yet she wonders if she fell short.

It’s so interesting how some people scrutinize their behavior in this way. Others scrutinize the behavior of others and ignore their own.

Which kind of person are you? Where is your Saturn?

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New Moon: photo by Michael Myers

Scorpio season rolls in with a punch this year . . . a New Moon Solar Eclipse at 00° 25′ Scorpio on 23 October 2014 02:58 PM PDT leads the way. It will feel like diving into a deep, cool pool on water on a hot, dry summer’s day, very refreshing but what a rush!

The last couple of days the Sun is in Libra are predominately cardinal air with a healthy dose of fire before everything changes to a sky dominated by fixed water with a leavening of earth. It will probably take us a few days to [...]

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Henry chartThat’s a close approximation of my grandfather’s chart. Think he’s got enough Saturn and Sagittarius?  Think he might have been a teacher/preacher?

If you’ve not read this series – Henry in his own words – Desert Philosopher and Authentically Interesting Person – you’re in luck!   Expose yourself and be amazed.

There is a link at the bottom of each post, that takes you to the next. Also, be sure to check the tag – Henry. You’ll not be disappointed!

 

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ElsaElsa » The Crux Of It (Pluto)

October 18th, 2014 @ 10:34 am by ElsaElsa

first ammendmentThe other day, I got to the crux of it, in regards to how I operate in relationships. I have a lot of tolerance. I’ll do anything in my power for people I know. I’ll help them in any way I can, at any time they need. But I have a lot relationships end too.  I wanted to figure out why. Where’s the trip wire?

Usually (not always) I am the one who ends my relationships. This is not because I am in the catbird seat, or because I value relationships less then others.  A lot of people are passive aggressive. They push you until you pull the trigger, making themselves look like a victim of your temper.

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