Someone once told me that he’d noticed that all his children, and everyone he’d had close relationships with (not including other blood relatives) had birthdays in the first half of the year, as he did himself.
More than once I’ve tossed an idea around, in my head, that it would be possible to create a plausible secondary, and simpler, zodiac based on the broad concept of seasonal astrology,
This weekend could be seen as the calm between storms, the lull between waves. There’s still a flavor of the deep and murky, but there’s also a clearing of focus and a modicum of sparkle. The icy-clean air is refreshing and breathes new life into forward thinking purpose. (…)
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“I believe in nothing, everything is sacred. I believe in everything, nothing is sacred.”
–Tom Robbins, Novelist, strong sexual themes, Vesta conjunct Chiron in Gemini
The asteroid Vesta is associated with the mythology of the ancient Vestal Virgins and both Scorpio and Virgo. Prominent Vesta in the natal chart is associated with the importance of sexuality, at both extremes, abstinence and promiscuity. It is not a sexuality devoid of morality but a sexuality charged with a higher dedication. Sex takes on an importance that is sacred in some regard.
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The cardinal t-square of Jupiter, Uranus, and Sun-Pluto has already hit its peak, but its influence continues. There are high hopes in relationships, tempered by sobering realities. With every unexpected jolt, hope rebounds. You’d think that would be ideal, but it is also tiring/trying. Cut yourself a break and remember that periods of great change don’t go on forever. Eventually we’ll get a chance to sort things out. (…)
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“An unfulfilled vocation drains the color from a man’s entire existence.”
–Honore de Balzac
I’ve been getting a lot of career questions lately. One of the best indicators regarding career is the midheaven. The midheaven is one of the four angles. It is indicative of your public persona and descriptive of your skills and the tone of your general interaction with the outer world. The midheaven resonates to Saturn, work, responsibility. One way to assess the type of career to which you are suited is in exploring the qualities of the sign where your midheaven falls. Another way is to determine the ruler of your midheaven sign and examine its condition by sign, house placement and aspect.(…)
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“The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.”
— Joseph Campbell
Elsa’s previous blog on Neptune really got me thinking. If you don’t have a strong internal locus of self-value, if you don’t believe you are worth receiving good treatment you will accept poor treatment. Neptune energy can allow one to deceive themselves about what is happening in reality. If your self esteem is too permeable to the opinions and actions of others, if you base your worth on what they think, feel and do rather than on an internal value, what YOU think, feel and do, then you are at their mercy. If you are at their mercy you can be prone to telling yourself stories, spinning the truth (Neptune) to suit what you wish to be true.
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In his book Astrology for the Millions American astrologer Grant Lewi put forward a thought-provoking theory. He considered that, with regard to transits of the outer planets, it is the length of time they spend in a particular position that is paramount in their influence upon matters on Earth, rather than any inherent differences in the astrological characteristics of the planets themselves.