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Aries Season is here and it comes in with plenty of fire to kick start the astrological New Year. This is always a time when we are eager to move forward and put the past behind us. In the equinox chart helping us keep from over-reaching is a conjunction between the Sagittarius Moon and Saturn, both widely trine Uranus in Aries. Aries’ ruler, Mars, in stubborn, placid Taurus helps slow the pace a tad too. The most troublesome aspect is the waxing square between powerhouse Pluto in Capricorn and Jupiter in Libra . . . the need to find middle ground and come up with workable compromises has never been more important nor more challenging to attain.
The first part of the week should go fairly smoothly but from Thursday through the weekend, Mercury in Aries is determined to stir …
Right after doing the Courtney Stodden article, I came across something about Justin Bieber. I know I should know about his music, but I have never listened to even one song. He’s just not my generation… I’m listening to the … Read More…
I work with a lot of women who would like to partner. Men are far less interested in partnering than they were ten or twenty or thirty years ago. There comes a point where women have to ask themselves why this is.
I’m not talking about women who DON’T want to partner (with a man). You’re not the group having the trouble. If you are having trouble, what do you think of the idea that men no longer want to partner because women have become so toxic?
I was reading the Daily Mail today and one of the articles was about Courtney Stodden. I really know nothing about her, other than the fact that she married someone older than her father and desperately seeks attention with her body. But in today’s day and age, that’s nothing new. However, she and her old man recently broke up (again). In light of what I recently said about Pluto putting the nail in the coffin on whatever havoc Jupiter/Uranus has been causing, I looked up her birthdate. This is a NOON chart, I do not have info on her birth time, so we have no idea about the houses in this chart.
Saturday March 25th marks the half way point of the Venus retrograde period. The Sun and Venus will join in Aries which can bring things to a cross-roads, to an epiphany. Since Venus influences everything to do with relationships, values, money and the choices we make around these things then we might be questioning what we have been doing or making new decisions that will suit us better in the future.…
“Spring has many American faces. There are cities where it will come and go in a day and counties where it hangs around and never quite gets there. Summer is drawn blinds in Louisiana, long winds in Wyoming, shade of elms and maples in New England.”
A few more thoughts, from far better writers than I will ever be, on the matter of springtime’s hide and seek games:
We have a couple of big astro-stories this week. First off, hello Aries Sun and spring! The Sun hits the first degree of the zodiac, the Aries or solstice point. It’s a fresh, active beginning. Ruler Mars is ahead in pleasure filled Taurus.
All week, Mars in Taurus moves into sextile with Neptune in Pisces. Go with the flow, go with god: Get some. And cake, get cake. You might even cry over how good that cake is.
The other big story is the movement of Aries Mercury into the cardinal t-square of Pluto, Jupiter, and Uranus. The energy builds all week with Mercury square Pluto on Thursday and exactly opposite Jupiter on Friday with Uranus a few degrees ahead.
Venus is the planet that rules what we intrinsically value in relationships as well as how we value ourselves.
If you’re in love with someone with Venus in Aries, they appreciate the direct approach. Don’t beat around the bush, just tell them what you want. So go on, make the first move— he likes his partner brassy and bold!
In the Spring of 1968 almost to the summer of 1969, Saturn and Pluto formed an inconjunct to each other, a 150 degree angle which signifies an irritating oil-and-water kind of configuration where both planets rub against each other, like an itch that can’t be scratched. It’s also called a quincunx.
Saturn was in Aries, the sign of it’s detriment, because Aries can be brash and bold and Saturn really prefers to do things in an orderly, controlled way. Pluto was in Virgo, more at home than Saturn was, because Virgo sextiles Pluto’s natural sign, Scorpio and it is natural to Pluto to think things through, deeply. So Pluto had the upper hand in that dance.
Right now, there’s an interesting thing happening to that quincunx. Transit Pluto in Capricorn squares that 1968-1969 Saturn in Aries. Transit Saturn in Sadge …
Venus rules love and money. Venus in your chart show how you feel about these things, as well your experiences in these realms.
I made some videos on the concept of what I call “currency” when it comes to love. All people do not love the same things… by a shot. What you do love can be considered your currency. Just imagine someone showing up to court you and win your love. Their success depends on what currency they have to offer.
Some people are looking for money so if you have some, they will consider loving you. Others (like me) are looking for a thrill. If you can provide one, I will consider loving you. Others want safety so if you come offering loyalty, they will consider loving you… and so on, you get the idea.
People get in …
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