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Went through your post about overcoming fear of death. I, somehow, find death an easy alternative of pain that life may have brought. I have been suicidal from ever since I was a teenager. I attempted when I was 14, 17, 24, 27,27. Of which last three attempts severely affected my body leading to long hospitalization. I survived ’em all miraculously.
Each of the time it felt like a new birth and I decided to not to do it again. But ended up repeating in a new situation that somehow had roots in my childhood. What in astrology can describe suicidal tendencies? A kind of desperation to escape life?
Read the rest of Indications Of Suicidal Tendencies In A Natal Chart (401 words)
Friday night Venus makes its exact conjunction to Pluto in Capricorn with the Moon close on its heels. All three square Uranus and sextile Mars as Capricorn Mercury further along in the sign trines Jupiter in Virgo. The week’s buildup pays off with sweet, sweet release. And there will be plenty to shout about. (…)
Read the rest of Weekend Love Forecast – Compulsion, Pleasure, And Comprehension (266 words)
David Bowie’s occult death, Blackstar, Binary Suns, Planet X, and now the 9th Planet, all moving through the orbits of inner space. In the realm of the symbolic it adds up to duality and the end of the times we are dwelling in. 2016, the “Nine Year,” Bowie dying at 69, the sign of Cancer, nines inverted. Hendrix, ponders what if a six turned out to be a nine? Jimi passed away on 9/18, nine and nine again.
In Baseball, there’s only nine innings. You get three outs per inning and a total of 27 (9) in the entire game.
There are nine players on the field.
Bases are 90 feet apart.
Baseball is Persephone’s sport and while the America’s past time isn’t officially associated with goddess of death and resurrection, she ascends from the underworld with the arrival of …
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Uranus will oppose my Sun (and Mars too as they are conjunct). I am concerned: will all hell break loose. Will I go nuts? Is there an upside to this opposition? Any way I can prepare for this?
Read the rest of Uranus Transit Opposite Sun & Mars – All Hell Breaks Loose? (172 words)
Thursday morning the Sagittarius Moon squares Sadge ruler Jupiter in Virgo then makes no fresh aspects through the rest of the sign. Bouncy! Bouncy good, bouncy bad… it’s high powered mood stuff. Mercury in cardinal Capricorn trines Jupiter, so take advantage of that earthy flow and control your mind and peripherally your mood. It can be a good bounce. (…)
Read the rest of Daily Forecast: February 4, 2016 – A Good Bounce (224 words)
In the past few months you have often mentioned how many people seemed to be struggling one way or another – I know I certainly have been! What’s the general astrology? Is it the Saturn-Neptune square, Saturn in Sagittarius – or is there something more to it?
Thanks for all you do!
Questioning in California
Read the rest of Why Are People Struggling in 2016? (272 words)
We’ve all had the experience where we shop for something online (like patio furniture) and then we’re hit with a barrage of ads. I don’t think this kind of advertising is that effective. Nine times out of ten, I’ve already made the purchase before the ads arrive.
I bought an elliptical a few weeks ago. I’ve seen thousands of ads for the them since and then today it changed.
Read the rest of Funeral Flower Arrangements – Spooky AI (Artificial Intelligence) (116 words)
Wednesday morning the Sagittarius Moon moves to conjunct Saturn and join its sextile to the Aquarius Sun. The Sun sextiles Aquarius ruler Uranus. The Moon spends the day perfecting a trine to Uranus. So the mood gets slowed up a bit in order to lend its upbeat signature to our personal part in making the world a better place. We find a way to mesh change and stability in our everyday life. (…)
Read the rest of Daily Forecast: February 3, 2016 – Tasty Treats (181 words)
Today is Imbolc, the halfway point between the Winter Soltice and Spring Equinox.
At this time we pause and look hopefully toward the coming spring. It may still feel cold and dark in the northern hemisphere, but we can feel a shift as each day gets incrementally longer.
A Celtic ritual at this time is to light a candle to invoke the light and say a prayer or blessing. In The catholic version called Candlemass, candles were blessed, there was much feasting to be had, and the drab days of February suddenly seemed a little brighter.
The Irish goddess Brighid is the keeper of the sacred flame, the guardian of home and hearth. To honor her, purification and cleaning are a wonderful way to get ready for the coming of Spring. In addition to fire, she is a goddess connected …
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