Saturn in Virgo, Exfoliation and Seduction

naked from behind Catherine McNeill VogueSo screw Saturn in Virgo all the way to hell and back. The Stress Diet (thank you Saturn) had worked a treat and her regular full-body exfoliation-colonic combos completed the effect of glowing good health.

Her filing was done, she’d alphabetically ordered her entire possessions and the fumes of Ti-tree oil and Dettol (fuq all that crap about not mixing disinfectant with any other substances – nothing interferes with the brain cells of a Virgo) had only made her slightly high.

Her Matrix Energetics Healer had said she had to shed some of her inhibitions and maybe think about dating again, that the heartbreak from her affair with the polygamous Libran raw food cult leader should not be allowed to block her growth.

But being a multiple Virgo she decided to efficiently cut through the tense dating crap (wheat-free/dairy-free – where could she even go for dinner? ) and simply seduce the new neighbours. She would go, she decided, for simple Shock and Awe.

And then hopefully she’d still be back home in time to schedule her appointments for the next two years. Saturn in Virgo had been good for her organizational skills.

Image: Steven Klein Vogue Russia

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john smith

i love what you have done here, i love it!

K-Gem

I rather think she was planning a rendez-vous with the gardener, when husband came home unexpectedly early from a business trip…she is torn between whether she should just get back into the house…or continue with the rendez-vous, Lady Chatterley-esque…

LibrabutwithAriesontheRise

A polygamous Libran? I think not. With 5 planets in Libra, I can firmly say we like the one-on-one relationship. The last time I tried an ‘open’ relationship, I came very close to killing myself. Literally. All the stuff in the daily and weekly scopes about Librans moving into a new phase in their romance sector, and needing to be ‘open’, quite literally makes me ill.

davidl

I know a couple of poly libs, they are sooo naughty, but somehow can justify it or totally live the lie perfectly.

"year of the fox"

I am hoping “open” means something other than poly. *gag* I’m trying to think positive on that front.

LibrabutwithAriesontheRise

I’ve actually just stopped reading them. It freaks me out.

unpredictable pisces

Mystic – you are just getting better and better at this. I want you to guest-edit a Vogue pictorial (or fashion spead) one day. please please please

Plum

Yes, love this. Charles has got me thinking about that moving thing. I’ve moved lots and lots of times and I’ve always found it cleansing and refreshing. This latest house I’ve lived in longer than anywhere else and I’m always feeling torn between the security and stability of finally staying in one place for a while and the urge to leave it behind for somewhere new. The extreme version sounds awesome, if rather admin-heavy but hey, I’m a Virgo, I could handle that… Btw I put citronella oil in a pine disinfectant solution and water it on the back yard… Read more »

unpredictable pisces

well, if you want to kill whatever is growing there, sure…? you don’t have a frog population near your place do you? fish ponds etc? would be a tad lethal for our amphibious / aquatic friends… otherwise, maybe give the area a ‘breather’ every few days so that nature has a chance to recover from the onslaught…

xxxFirehorse

Another Pisces here… Yeah, Citronella is the main ingredient in those “Dog-Off” and “Cat-Off” repellent aerosols.. Maybe just target the boundaries.. You know, like Saturn in Virgo. (Cats don’t have Saturn in their charts)

xxxFirehorse

It happens all the time… my Russian-Vogue-Model-Neighbour… no, really, when you see some TV news story of someone standing outside their burning home… or a tsunami, an earthquake, war, murder, mayhem etc etc. But of course, that’s not of their own volition. But hey, walking out of your burning house naked is my favourite ‘phoenix’ metaphor. The box of matches in your hand…that Plutonian forest fire, goodbye old me… The ‘antithesis’ is the ‘Baby and the Bathwater’ allegory. The more I think about it, it’s not really about ‘things’ or ‘the other’, but more about one’s attachments and perceptions. We… Read more »

davidl

Oh yes, been dieting, yes, interesting, exfoliating, hmmm, nice, great, matrix healer you say, wow, I must do that sometime, broken heart ? gee, if you ever want to talk about that, well…ummmm, can I grab your , ummm, phone no.

unpredictable pisces

you left your brain back there on the bench davey!

Taurean Alchemist

Oh phew. I thought it was Delia Antwerp Aars again, up to her usual trick of spying on her neighbours in the nude.

fallen angel

oh hun, Delia can never be sans accessories, this is way too clean for her..and I thought she never went anywhere without her boots of hair.

Ãœber Virgo

Does mescaline count as an accessory?

Ãœber Virgo

Actually Delia went to the opening of the Ron Mueck exhibition at Brisbane’s GoMA dressed in orange stilettos and baby oil. Every time she stood still the punters would mistake her for one of the sculptures and tut tut about how she didn’t look as real.

aqualala

When I grow up? That’s who I want to be.

Virgotail

hahah i love this one!!

Charles

An alternate theory: Dion Fortune once wrote that at least once in everyone’s life, they should move to a new house and completely abandon the old one. The new house should be furnished in advance of the move with everything you need, and nothing from the old house would be moved into the new one. It would be necessary for someone else to arrange the new house, complete with furnishings and new clothing, you would never see any of it until everything was ready. Everything from the old house would be left behind and discarded. In order to completely shed… Read more »

Charles

I am pretty sure that Dion Fortune never did this, it was more of a thought experiment.

andromeda

Yes, but minus the house.
I sold or gave away all my belongings and said goodbye to everyone, kissed my boyfriend of five years and left at dawn one morning. I went to the city, cut my hair off, bought new clothes and binned the old ones then bought a bus ticket for Alice Springs.
Honestly? It was gut wrenching. But I did it.

andromeda

Merc in the 2nd house the culprit?

davidl

I did a similar thing, renounced all , gave away everything and lived with the krisnas for a while. It changed everything for the better.

unpredictable pisces

I know of a guy who went to live in nepal [ or wherever] and gave away everything he owned to start his spiritual studies. I LOVE the idea of complete liberation from posessions… dragging all this stuff around gets annoying.
i could manage without most things, but for a creative type who loves her art and fabrics…having to start all over again is a bit um…well such a waste of money?? that i worked hard for?

andromeda

It’s a great feeling being free isn’t davidl?! Very spiritual warrior and fierce, I enjoy change. Yes, UP if you have already thought about it then I think it might be enough? I was surprised how unattached I was to the stuff really. But 7 years later my sister gave me back the jewellery my grandmother had left me and some other things and I realised how much I had missed them. Funny thing, they still don’t feel very ‘mine’ after giving them up though! This isn’t very much like the house thing above though – quite the opposite now… Read more »

davidl

Sounds a little like ‘personal development 2.02’ for the rich and famous.

"year of the fox"

Little did she know her new neighbors are Mormons and interested in converting her. They traded in their bikes for an SUV. All the better to reach more potential converts you know….

fallen angel

wow, you hit my Virgo Rising right on it’s well-appointed calendar, I love Mormon boys fresh from Utah knocking innocently on my door to read me Joseph Smith, not quite having a clue what they’re in for.. You do know they pay for those missions with their own funds and are only allowed to call Mum on her birthday or something, so the isolation, the religious fervor, the uniforms.. just make them aptly ripe for the Church of Virgo, haha.. If my neighbors were anywhere cute, I’d try this..but how does one maintain the glossy wetness in the Cali sun?… Read more »

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