Voodoo Gemini

My muso-cultural history is really slack but Virgo Musician briefed me on the Theory-Of-Miles-Davis-Started-Everything-Great & suddenly i’m amazed by how much of his music referenced the Occult…way before it was fashionable.

The music he composed and performed had titles such as Aura, Nefertiti, Bitches Brew, Sorcerer, Star People & Voodoo. I mean, cool, yes?

I’ve heard it said by binaural brain entrainment peeps that Miles Davis music is especially likely to zap you into Theta state.

Naturally i suspect a strong Lilith component and the gentleman had Lilith conjunct Neptune in Leo – Neptune is your art, Leo IS Music, Lilith is the Bitch Goddess…

He was also Moon (women) exact conjunct Saturn in Scorpio. So, some really good material to work with there so far as the ladies went. Starting with Mom.

Sun Sign? Gemini & with that classic signature of singular peeps who make things over in their lifetime: Pluto conjunct the North Node.

 

 

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Nicole
Nicole
January 30, 2011 5:14 am

You must must must check out Betty Davis!

She was with Miles at the time and such a wild woman. Looooove her.

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 30, 2011 2:00 pm
Reply to  Nicole

Was wondering who Betty Davis was, now i remember the cover.
She sounds a lot like MIllie Jackson who was a protege of Isaac Hayes.
She was MIles’ woman? WOW x 2.
Definatley root chakra & solar plexus = orgasmic.

Saturnrox
Saturnrox
January 30, 2011 4:43 am

Love Miles. His gaze is mesmerizing. Without a doubt, he means business.
Amazing innovator~ taps into a soulful place with that water trine. Didn’t know of the chronic health probs. but makes sense now that I see his chart. Love that Mercury is in 12 where Venus rules, both rule trumpets and he definately had the collective unconscious snake charmed. yeah, love Miles.

twinfishrising
twinfishrising
January 29, 2011 12:29 pm

Macy Gray , who had her comeback with Sexual Revolution, has Lilith in Scorpio at 7 degrees, and she has saturn at 10 degrees. This Lilith cloud is soooooo interesting.

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 29, 2011 4:49 pm
Reply to  twinfishrising

Macy Gray? Riveting voice.
When i hear a voice i love, immediatley imagine what chakra it’s coming
from & place it coming from there.
Think about it, some from the throat, some from the heart, some solar plexus & lower
belly. Marving Gaye definatley from the root chakra, huh?
Miles? 3rd eye = unusual.

twinfishrising
twinfishrising
January 29, 2011 6:29 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

Wow, Pegs, I love this music body voice you describe.
I have listened to dozens of interviews with master instrumentalists and they all talk about playing with their whole body. It made me wonder about singing with the whole body. Then I witnessed someone who does exactly that recently. A Korean guy named Bae Il Dong. Sings like a volcano!

I know it’s kitsch but I love early James Taylor’s voice. I’m sure he’s singing from the solar plexus and occasionally the heart.

Thanks for the thought prod. 🙂

Fi
Fi
January 29, 2011 7:27 pm
Reply to  twinfishrising

That’s amazing Pegs. I teach singing in a really unconventional way – I talk to my students about drawing light or energy through their chakras (even though I don’t use that term with a lot of people who are not new agey), because that is how I have experienced singing myself, long before i knew anything about chakras. Which chakras are dominant are definitely dependent on the note (ie how high/low it is), and how (tonally, volume wise, and emotional message) I want to deliver it…. I definitely feel root chakra a lot with my deepest notes (I can sing… Read more »

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 30, 2011 1:56 pm
Reply to  Fi

Fi, i say that the monks doing their Omming resonates in the skull & that they have a spiritual type of orgasm when doing so. Thomas Ashley-Farrand’s book & CD’s are quite amazing to check out. ‘Music Physician-for the times to come’ an anthology by Don Campbell. ‘Colour & Music in the new Age’ by Corinne Heline. ‘Music and Sound in the Healing Arts’ by John Bealieu. ‘The Book of Sound Theraphy’ by Olivea Dewhurst-Maddock (heal yourself with music & voice-subtitle) are some books in my collection that have found useful. At the end of my bodywork sessions, i put… Read more »

andromeda
andromeda
January 30, 2011 11:48 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

Thanks for that Pegasus, I noted these down!! They sound amazing. Very generous to share like that xx.

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 30, 2011 2:01 pm
Reply to  twinfishrising

AND Long John Baldry…..giving heart not head 🙂

Mari
Mari
January 29, 2011 11:51 am

Whenever I hear Miles’ “Mystery”, I think about driving around Kansas City at night with my friend Brandon back in mid 90s before his gigs with his jazz-n-funk band.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_9cUzqExTM

andromeda
andromeda
January 29, 2011 12:17 pm
Reply to  Mari

Miles strikes me as someone who would be comfortable with voodoo from the pic in the link Mari. Not surprising that he has this occult leaning. Amazing artist. Pluto conjunct the NN? My Cappy son has this placement along with Sun conj. Mars. He roarrs and growls when he doesn’t get his way!! It’s hysterical – but a little unnerving too.. Totally separately, I saw this pic of Julian Assange with a bubble saying: “I give private information on corporations to you for free and I’m a villain”. Followed by a pic of Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg saying: “I give… Read more »

Sweetpea
Sweetpea
January 29, 2011 1:38 pm
Reply to  andromeda

Funny andromeda as spiritual teacher used to say that if you give people things for free they won’t appreciate it.

Saggo condo mate had “The Social Network” last weekened and I tried to watch it twice. Kept falling asleep so gave up. Perhaps it has something to do with not being on facebook.

Anyway, sad/sick commentary about people as far as the free/for money thing?
What is going on with Assange lately anyway? I’ll need to google. Thought more stuff was coming out?

twinfishrising
twinfishrising
January 29, 2011 2:56 pm
Reply to  Sweetpea

Hey SP, I have to disagree with your spiritual teacher on the appreciation of receiving things for free. Money shouldn’t be the only symbol of appreciation in society, I think that is sad. Sometimes a thank-you and a smile are tokens of appreciation, or a hug. Aren’t they valid? I’m glad I have given and received a lot for free. Classic example we had in Hobart recently a massive lineup of music for free. Everyone I saw there really treasured it and were well behaved audiences. In fact the one night the security had trouble was for a $50 ticketed… Read more »

Sweetpea
Sweetpea
January 29, 2011 3:20 pm
Reply to  twinfishrising

Yes, I think you’re right about giving and trust and that simple things can be payment or an energy exchange back. Over the years, I’d done some sweat lodges and you don’t give money but a token of your appreciation. An energy exchange for the teaching/experience. Ha, funny when I think about it, spiritual teacher was living in Thailand (where people are very generous apparently) and when he made that comment he was speaking of Americans! Ye-ouch (altho he is American also)….Something about how some peeps feel themselves so sophisticated that they are intitled. Like what you say about amasing… Read more »

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 29, 2011 4:45 pm
Reply to  Sweetpea

Sweetie, the spiritual teacher prob said that because many healing modalities were given freely in the past, no charge, plus the new age peeps had an aversion to accepting moola for services, ie that made it non-spiritual. So i think he was referring to hands-on healing work & teachings. It can be very draining if nothing given in exchange. The most magical massuer & ex-priest in Moorea did not accept money & i saw him wither, become a shadow of himself because of it, then died. That was a lesson to me as an energy exchange, which is precisley what… Read more »

Sweetpea
Sweetpea
January 29, 2011 5:26 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

Yes, I agree Pegs. I paid for my teachings with him and he is enlightened. He did the work, prior, and should be sustained by the world and it’s laws as long as he’s in it. Think like Prowlncrab once pointed out, we are not any longer living in a world where teachers necessarily have dirty beards and crap shoes…lol My giving for free, like your oils, is my choice and so I have no to attachment to it. At other times, I give no more than I physically or emotionally can within the given time/monetary agreement. Poverty mentality/spirituality/abundance of… Read more »

twinfishrising
twinfishrising
January 29, 2011 6:20 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

To quote a now very wealthy successful, talented American musician Ani di Franco, from her earlier/ struggling artist years –
” I ain’t no saint, I help myself to what I need.But I help other people too, and I sleep soundly”

Sweetpea
Sweetpea
January 29, 2011 6:52 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

Wise fishey. Thanks. A great boost.

I do sleep sound for the most part. But a part of me knows I can be doing more…It’s my dream and my nightmare.

Fuqer, that. x

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 29, 2011 5:01 pm
Reply to  andromeda

O a Bunny….am desperatley desiring another pet, but it has to be able to travel with me. Quite like ferrets. But may get 2 ratties as they can subsist alone & on dried food for up to 7 days. Couldn’t leave a bunny or ferret alone. Then there is the Kelpies, so the above can’t come with me. Strange that they were so respectful of Minks, who i still miss muchly. Going thro & culling last night, old cards & photos. What a collection of animals there were! Even a white calf i looked after in Penang. A dog in… Read more »

Andromeda
Andromeda
January 29, 2011 9:54 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

Ooh the plight of female dogs in developing countries… Where i lived everyone had a male dog that was un-op’d and the female strays were really in a bad way by the time they were out of heat. Nature is a bitch. I used to get so angry about it. Bunny is to celebrate the coming New Year of the Hare, but i’m a Tiger, thus the stripes. The white calf of Penang! Tres poetique! The moolah for energy work question is very interesting. I think power corrupts and that might be why working with power has to be free… Read more »

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 29, 2011 10:17 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

Dear Pegasus, only thing i have for you re loyal pets that don’t become more attached to their geography than you – burmese cat(s). I will put my life on it. they love human being interaction and will leave home if they don’t get it. they are called the dog-cats of the cat world but nothing in my mind can sum them up. Even my non-cat-loving mother adores mine who she has had to take care of while i have been away. My girl left home just after the floods (in a non-flood effected area). We had all but given… Read more »

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 30, 2011 1:46 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

OOO soo glad she came back. Cats have to be tres special to appeal to me, like Persians & Burmese, they don’t seem to have ‘the killer’ in them & can be trained not to. It’s been 7 years since my white fluffy white ‘Sugar Pearl’ died & i considered her 1 in 100000. Think a Burmese could handle herself with the Kelpies also & wouldn’t mind the travel….. Not many peeps could handle ferrets, altho’ friends used to loved my Ratties when they saw them & interacted. Hope all is drying out for you. Wishing you new starts seems… Read more »

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 30, 2011 11:09 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

Darling pegasus, you are my heart. When i was child animals were my world (in so many ways – my parents worried about it when they were actually present) – tv, remember animal kingdom on sunday nights and kimba the white lion?; plastic animals – I had a large crate of them – i played with them for days without speaking unless interrupted; and irl, cats, dogs, guinea pigs, mice, ducks, chickens, budgies; and then there’s the books – i still have all the animal encylopedias etc. And the big one -i was horse mad and that extended into my… Read more »

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 30, 2011 11:13 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

I forgot to say that when my girl went missing I uploaded a photo of her looking into the camera with usual adoration expression and looked at it every night before bed. I never ever became hysterical or convinced she was dead. I have lost cats in the past (burmese too) and I just knew they weren’t coming back. With the state i’ve been in and the meds i didn’t trust myself but it was true she came back and my inner sense was still functioning…

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 29, 2011 8:30 am

I forgot….i saw MIles Davis in concert in London ’73. Absolutley mesmerising, i was tranced out in the true sense of the word. I was alone there & a big black man came up to me at interval & said ‘you like to smoke bush or ash, man’? (said in heavy Jamaican accent) & handed me a spliff. Miles came on stage & just stood there silent, with horn in hand for full 4 minutes before he lifted it to mouth & blew the sweetest note eva heard which blew everyone away. Mystic gives me good trips down memory lane… Read more »

whatevs
whatevs
January 29, 2011 5:31 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

I love your trips down memory lane pegs – is nice to see you back

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 30, 2011 1:37 pm
Reply to  whatevs

Thank you, was a bit wiered out post Xmas & this morning spilt my am coffee over the Mac, it went wierd too, so managed to turn it off whilst i dark mooned culled photo’s & old cards, & looked thro 15 years of Moon calanders whilst directing prayers….to whom i wondered? Then Artemis came to mind from the astro info, and as i have a Diana in my many names (my love of animals) & a name of the patron saint of animals as well, prayed to both, waited 3 hours & VOILA, turned it on & she worked!… Read more »

cusprising
cusprising
January 29, 2011 2:50 am

(In passionate faux-coked eddie murphy voice) “MILES DAVIS WAS A MUSICAL GENIUS”. seriously though, as a struggling musician i can’t summarise the admiration i hold for the way this guy went about living his dream, even though it got pretty messy, really that could have been half the fun. i read his autobiography once a year and am blown away by his uniquely gemini innovation and fixed sign principles which allowed him and those who listened (and still do!) to reach such heights through the most wonderful medium of all.

twinfishrising
twinfishrising
January 29, 2011 2:07 am

Started investigating Lilith, and as I have Lilith on MC in Sag I looked up others who do too. Both Miles Davis and Duke Ellington were influenced by an interesting guy named Boris Vain. He wasn’t Russian by the way, his Bohemian mum just liked the name Boris. Before hitting the jazz scene Boris Vain was a writer and poet, famous for his subtle wordplay including made-up words. He also hung out with Simone de Beauvoir and Jean P Satre , which all sounds very Lilith to me. When he finally got a hitsong it was called “Le Deserteur”, an… Read more »

twinfishrising
twinfishrising
January 29, 2011 2:15 am
Reply to  twinfishrising

Oh yeah, the link is, Boris born March 10, pisces, his mate Miles has Lilith conjunct Neptune. As a gemini with strong neptune I can so relate to lilith being set free to wander from soul to soul through music, especially jazz.

Anonymous
Anonymous
January 28, 2011 11:39 pm

really into him. you have to check out betty davis tho in relation to his magic, she was a big influence on bitches brew and she was like a GODDESS. married to him for a year. musician in her own right. HOT.

whatevs
whatevs
January 28, 2011 11:24 pm

I DIG MILES DAVIS – only not kind of blue which everyman who ever wanted to shag me seemed to have a copy of when it was 2am and time for “coffee” – sometimes it seemed like I may as well have been snared by the same man only it was in a different decor and there was never any terence fuqing conran was there? Like a recurring dream. They thought they were cool and I was thinking sigh, generic. Thank you for sharing this – any chance of a dave brubeck astro moment? would love to know what his… Read more »

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 29, 2011 8:39 am
Reply to  whatevs

Brubeck was the very first jazz i listened to at 13 years old
when given a copy of ‘take 5’. I was doing beatnik then & drawing
little Maynard Krebbs on school books. It was a bitch trying to find
black stockings back then, so had to settle for dark green.
Black polo necks & jeans were de riguer…………still.

Capfire
Capfire
January 29, 2011 8:19 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

Oh I do love it when you talk about what you were wearing in the day! Melbs (Pucci) in 60s now this polo neck and stocking drama 🙂

Saggo Venus ~ Leo Moon

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 30, 2011 1:29 pm
Reply to  Capfire

CapFire, thanx for the info on Clarksville. As Aquaman is a radio station manager & chooses music for programs, it’s the reason he is going with her, for Nashville & Music. He plays a lot of music from Texan studio musicians that most here have never heard of here. As i had many years in fashion & music industry, i have total recall of what was playing & what i was wearing over the decades. Interestingly, i also love trance music, light & sound shows, electronica. Aquaman DOES NOT. As you can imagine his music collection is giagantic! His Bose… Read more »

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 28, 2011 11:18 pm

Have a couple of Miles Davis CD’s that i shall replay tomorrow. Listen to him a lot in 70’s as my ‘husband’ at time was sought after Tahitian/Maori musician who wore The Afro and turned me onto much music, Chick Corea to Marvin Gaye to Osibissa to Hendrix to prevent me listening to Beatles or Stones or CSNY or America. Just found out Aquaman & CowGirl are going to Tennesse in April she is actually, so he told me he’s going to go with her & do New Orleans whilst she’s in Clarksville. Clarksville!!!! The day he found out, we… Read more »

whatevs
whatevs
January 28, 2011 11:28 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

As in last train to clarkseville? I had the biggest crush on davey jones when I was 4 or something. Thought he was the bees knees. You have to get them to send you a postcard of the rail infrastructure when they go there pegs. Why else would one go there?

And yes, Harry Angel – loved that film.

Capfire
Capfire
January 28, 2011 11:52 pm
Reply to  whatevs

I was raised in TN. Chattanooga to be exact! AND there aint no choo choo or rail infrastructure these days.

VS
VS
January 29, 2011 3:31 am
Reply to  Capfire

I was there a few months ago. very beautiful place

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 29, 2011 8:13 am
Reply to  Capfire

Exactly! Don’t think it’s a known tourist spot.
Was told that if a new songwriter- singer wanted to be known, he/she would
mention a place in USofA in a song. The peeps there of course
would buy it resulting in sales & consequently airplay.
It was an ah ha moment.
I immediatley thought ‘Witchita Linesman’. A fun game would be to
see how many songs mention cities-towns you can remember.
There is something to do with lead, the mineral, in Clarksville as that
is her work….prevention of lead poisoning & investment PR.

Pegasus
Pegasus
January 29, 2011 8:15 am
Reply to  Capfire

Cap & VS, any inside info to pass on about Clarksville would
be apppreciated.
LIke what can she bring me back 🙂

Sweetpea
Sweetpea
January 29, 2011 1:30 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

haha…

~Loved~ Wichita Lineman as a kid. As some might have read, love the Wichita song by the White Stripes so that makes sense Peg!

Never been back to Wichita since I been borned…. 🙂

Capfire
Capfire
January 29, 2011 7:48 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

Pegs, no offence to you or cowgirl, but why would anyone go to Clarksville? Nashville which is close by holds some excitement, many good musicians hanging about and not just country ones. TN prettiest lakes, rivers and mountains are in the eastern bit from Chatt toward Knoxville and Smoky Mtns. I left there for Oz almost twenty yrs ago when I married the Saggo aussie, so not to up on the shopping. Last time I was there in 2001 noticed Cherokee Indian dream catchers made in china sort of crap in Mtn areas. Maybe a collector vintage album from a… Read more »

whatevs
whatevs
January 30, 2011 2:07 pm
Reply to  Capfire

am in on the fried green tomatoes if you’re up for sharing the recipe x

Capfire
Capfire
January 28, 2011 11:04 pm

Thanks for the Friday music post Mystic! Just what I needed after ranting on Scorp Moon feed. ~Vodka in hand now, music on~ Yes, Miles very influential. Think some of his voodoo naming stuff came about from hanging out with some of the equally as smacked out New Orleans jazz greats. My mothers family (flipped Pisces..mum) was raised in New Orleans so I hear stories. Auntie Gemini, (model in the 50s) and still has joint hanging out of her mouth at 70 is full of stories how it all went down..scoring dope with night earnings etc and these were well… Read more »

Sweetpea
Sweetpea
January 29, 2011 1:31 pm
Reply to  Capfire

Interesting Capfire. Must admit as much as I’ve heard Miles Davis’ name over the years, I really didn’t know what genre he was! Once I looked up his songs on Youtube well of course some of them were familiar.

Grandpa (from Missouri, on Mother’s side) liked Dixieland Jazz. As a kid I remember going back there and driving around in grandpa’s early make Thunderbird and he had that music on.

Capfire
Capfire
January 29, 2011 8:08 pm
Reply to  Sweetpea

Yep, Dixieland Jazz was the biggie jazz of N Orleans however a heap of other jazz types played and hung out there. N Orleans is also famous for Voodoo things. Wonder where lilith is placed on the city astro chart?

My dad (Pisces) had a T Bird too back in the day. Great memories riding in that car back in the south (circa late 60s) with Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline playing on the radio.

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 28, 2011 11:04 pm

This is not directly related but heregoes: I only recently realised my uranus/merc/pluto conj is conjunct my Aquagirl’s NN in Virgo. Only thoughts are she will break the family curse. She really is the light in my life. Her NN is opp her Jupiter in pisces conj my asc/saturn. We both have chiron in the first house – me pisces, she scorp together with psyche and eros! Soz all, sun/mars in aqua in my 12th opp sun.

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 28, 2011 11:05 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

And she is the coolest person i know as in “how are you my daughter, you are so together”. When she was a baby so many strangers told me she was an old soul and chose me. I think i get it now.

leony
leony
January 29, 2011 4:35 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

Thats so interesting ff. Her nn opp your saturn asc – is that related to what you’re calling family curse ? My son’s node is opp my scorp moon, which I regard as probably my most difficult placement (esp as a mother), my mother has it also & at least 1 of my sisters, but his life path takes him away from this particular energy, & I’m grateful for that. When my son was a babe a clairvoyant told me ‘these 2 souls have served together many times’ – it came completely out of the blue as I’d gone to… Read more »

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 29, 2011 5:09 pm
Reply to  leony

I agree there’s too much intrafamily astro connections for it to be cooincidence leony. We souls do choose and are chosen to assist each other on our spiritual evolution or whatever you want to call it. I love it that you feel that about your son and i know exactly what you mean. Family curse i’m referring to is pisces lack of conviction and the big one, the black dog. Both my parents (pisces) suffered from both and i’ve fought it all my life (unacknowledged depression) through over activity and living an inauthentic life, until recent major depressive episode (still… Read more »

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 29, 2011 6:06 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

“Poetry may make us from time to time a little more aware of the deeper, unnamed feelings which form the substratum of our being, to which we rarely penetrate; for our lives are mostly a constant evasion of ourselves.” T.S. Elliot

From artemisdreaming site which i find soul-soothing; i check it daily. I especially love the quotes and poems she posts.

It seems then that self evasion is part of the human condition – makes me feel less of an alien.

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 30, 2011 4:00 am
Reply to  fluidfeline

“Eliot”

Libraquarius
Libraquarius
January 29, 2011 8:23 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

I’ve suffered from depression on and off since my late ‘teens, fluidfeline. I actually got really good help when I went to the Alcohol & Drug Authority for boozing too much decades ago, and the guy suggested I had really low self-esteem and showed me ways of coping. It was life-changing, but it’s still been a struggle to maintain self-confidence. So I sympathise, it’s a dog of a battle, if I might put it like that. I’m okay now but know how depression can really grab you and drag you down. Not suggesting, by the way that your depression is… Read more »

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 29, 2011 9:56 pm
Reply to  Libraquarius

thanku libraquarius. i do know i am not alone in this but good to be reminded. alcohol has been an issue in the past but got beyond that to scary place that didn’t need alcohol or substance to keep me in the here and now. thing is hospital wasn’t any help for me, my therapist (she is a psychiatrist but doesn’t do hospital now that she has children), my kids, my sister and b-i-l and my own belief in the unity of life has kept me mostly in the here and now. My life has been quite a story and… Read more »

Andromeda
Andromeda
January 29, 2011 10:16 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

Sorry to it has been such a struggle FF. Your black dog is part of what makes you who you are and is welcome here too. I have struggled with depression at times also. I think the chiron / healer vibe is strong amongst the people of this blog.

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 29, 2011 10:33 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

thnx andie, your comment helps. odd thing is, with readers/astologers/psychics etc i’ve always been id-ed as a healer. Apparently i have a “healer’s” chart – and that’s where i’ve always been useful/comfortable. just can’t do me. Chiron and neptune are approaching my fish asc and saturn and i’m doing a heavy pluto transit opp venus/nn/mars/moon in kataka (but pluto is now only effecting mars/moon). Perhaps most optimistically this is the tail end? I am now present, so that’s the good thing. and yes we should speak about the black dog as it affects so many people but some of us… Read more »

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 29, 2011 10:35 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

hilariously, if u knew my last name it would be “what the …” all to do with heal…

Andromeda
Andromeda
January 30, 2011 7:06 am
Reply to  fluidfeline

That’s a shocker of a shiner from Pluto lovely Feline! 8o
But can you even dare to imagine yourself post this transformation? oMG, butterflies will have nothing on you! I can’t wait to hear about it.
Am thinking Venus de Milo rising from a tsunami… In the meantime, let the pain pass through and accept love and hugs -where appropriate of course xx.

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 30, 2011 10:43 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

I’m pretty much speechless Andie but am deeply touched by your words – and it seems not enough to express my gratefulness for your words. Right now all I can do is say thankyou – and i mean that more than i can express in words (there needs to be a symbol for tears). xxxxx

leony
leony
January 29, 2011 8:48 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

That saturn has prob been yr best friend in dealing realistically with the low pisces shite. I have cap asc with similar difficulty asking for help, & often wish I was less serious, but have also come to appreciate the strength that it gives if we value it (thanks mystic & saturn girl). My mother is also pisces & my dad was aries – this conflict of fire & water energies also in my chart – but the real prob in our family is fearfulness – classic for the cancer pluto/ ww2 gen. Makes me more determined than ever to… Read more »

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 29, 2011 10:01 pm
Reply to  leony

I fight that serious image shite versus 5th house stellium in Kataka party gal all the time. problem child in my chart is my ruler Neptune (9th) square my Leo Sun (6th). Rock on Uranus in Aries and soon Jups. Don’t want to sound too down as i have a LOT to be grateful for. But Saturn conj my Asc really gives me the shits – I am not perfect just because i vibe ice cold, hello?

leony
leony
January 30, 2011 8:29 am
Reply to  fluidfeline

Thanks ff for sharing, We are every moment perfect in our imperfection !!! I love this blog for the opp to explore & share these inner travails & transforms astrologically, many thanks mystic. I had nept cross my asc 15 yrs ago & although difficult & confusing time I progressed workwise past caring profession into more uranian work (IT – not there any more) but it was an important stage for me engaging with my world. I have kataka stellium in 6th, so always taken care of others but not so good at taking care of me … 12th house… Read more »

Saturnrox
Saturnrox
January 30, 2011 8:37 am
Reply to  fluidfeline

Hi FF. Was just thinking, Saturn IS difficult, yes, but in the long run, wouldn’t you rather be considered deep and wise than frivolous and shallow ? Cap ASC, speaking here. I have been told I am very wary of others at first… just lessons learned while young, can’t help it. All the best~

fluidfeline
fluidfeline
January 30, 2011 10:49 pm
Reply to  fluidfeline

Thankyou leony and saturnrox. See above comment on gratefulness – so very difficult to express here but i am so so very grateful for this arena.

And yes saturn is a “friend” to me, although in my earlier life i did not recognise him. In retrospect i shudder to think where i would have ended up without such a strong placement of saturn considering my neptune (chart ruler) square my lonely leo sun. I will pull this together! And THANKYOU for taking the time. xxxxx

leony
leony
January 31, 2011 8:57 am
Reply to  fluidfeline

Bless Feline xxx !!

I think us leos will feel a lot better when neptune gets off opposing us in aqua & we get our spark back …

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