People Intolerances

Yelena Yemchuk

Astrological incompatibility implies that you’re trying to get along but don’t gel in a few areas. But what about astrological aversion?  Few talk about instinctive loathing at first sight, but it’s real.  I just got a skin prick test, for allergies. In case, you have not had one, they write numbers up and down the underside of your forearms and then prick the substances in. You end up looking like you have a really exotic and quite committed tattoo. But as the doctor explained to me how there is a difference between food allergy, food sensitivity, and food intolerance, I had a eureka flash!

People are like food. Or, at least, you can equate them. Think about it: the basic premise of sorting even mild sensitivities is so that your immune system goes from slouchy conscript to special forces operator very quickly. No, this is not medical advice. Obviously. 

Astrological Incompatibility Can Be Linked To South Node Synastry

But my take on what the doctor was saying is that there are dramatic, over the top reactions to some foods. Weird defensive triggers backfire and the body mounts a defense. Others just sit there, because your body refuses to absorb them. Just having them in your system drains vibe.

So there are some people you hit the roof at the mere sight of – if they’re attending a function, you’re not there. Usually, it’s mutual. Maybe some gut-DNA-ancestral-memory thing. Then there are those interactions where you just warp or scramble each other’s Qi. That’s maybe like when your body is weird about wheat so heads off to attack the thyroid. And there are the silently vaguely dysfunctional relationships that are never extreme enough to do anything other than maybe slime things up and steal energy.

Your Psyche Perceives Them As A Threat And Mounts A Defense

Theories: It’s an elemental clash. You’re really strong in Water and they’re Fire. Or, they have the wonkier, less integrated version of an aspect you’re really polished in. For example, you’re Venus conjunct Uranus and the other person is Venus square Uranus and they’re not doing a great job on it. Or, they’re operating it with no awareness. So each of you finds the other person’s energy similar but threatening. And, my favorite theory on the opposite of Astrological Compatibility: One or both of you have heavy planets on the other’s South Node. That would do it. One of you clobbered the other in a past life or, it sure as hell feels like it.

Of course, there are also the people who would fall into the ‘nourish’ category, bringing nothing but good and mutually beneficial, easily digested energy. Maybe the distinction made between an allergy, intolerance, and sensitivity would be a useful filter to apply to people? And, if there is someone you’re astrologically incompatible with but you have to be near them, check out their birth chart

Thoughts?

 

Image: Yelena Yumchuk – Vogue Italia

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Catcatcat
Catcatcat
March 12, 2016 7:45 am

Such good advice, Mystic. I got an allergy test, tho not for food. (Though, that’s next on my list, and thanks for the reminder!) It was fascinating to find out my months long cough/cold were likely triggered by winter allergies. When everyone starts dying in the pollen infused summer months, I’m finally ahhhhhh, opening up. The most shocking allergen? My beloved kitty!!!! I’m not giving him, as he does so many other good nourishing things for my soul. It was intriguing as I’d been around cats my entire life, and only recently had this mondo reaction, and now partnered with… Read more »

twinfishrising
twinfishrising
March 10, 2016 5:24 pm

I love it.

Jessica Adams was my introduction to astrology and in one of her books she has like a spreadsheet for sign connections which she has in cour categories : Click, clash, clunk or cosmic. I’ve used it many a time to assess a Venus-moon connection or the like.

😉

twinfishrising
twinfishrising
March 10, 2016 5:25 pm
Reply to  twinfishrising

Four.

Jamma
Jamma
March 10, 2016 1:38 pm

Just want to assure everyone who is in pain that life gets better after the 2nd Saturn Return … xxoxx

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 10, 2016 1:55 pm
Reply to  Jamma

Renewed persona….just with wrinkles.

catfish moon
catfish moon
March 10, 2016 7:28 pm
Reply to  Jamma

Thank you.

Janey
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Janey
March 9, 2016 2:33 pm

I had reiki the other day and after the session, she told me that I am an empath. I had never heard of this before, it was a revelation-it all made sense. The tiredness, emotions, anger, and taking responsibility for other people’s stuff. So, the next day I went to a spiritual shop to look for protection crystals and a safe stick. As soon as I entered, the two shop ladies said to me ‘oh my, you are getting drained! You are so tired. A girlfriend of yours is sucking the life out of you’ I knew exactly who it… Read more »

Janey
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Janey
March 9, 2016 2:49 pm
Reply to  Janey

Safe stick, I meant sage lol

Electro
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Electro
March 9, 2016 5:49 pm
Reply to  Janey

Not sure how deep you are into it but if it’s bad you may need a rehaul, step by step. First, make sure you take time for yourself to process your self and what is going on around you. You need down time. If people are leeching off you bad, you’ll have to limit your interactions and that may prove to be difficult, but not impossible. You will grow stronger as you build up your force field. You can certainly use mantras, crystals, smudging, etc but just remember that it all comes back to you and what you are doing… Read more »

Janey
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Janey
March 9, 2016 10:05 pm
Reply to  Electro

Thank you electro, those are very good tips. I think I need to look after myself better. I am processing so much crap from my family, and my partner and I are on the brink as well, with two kids it’s hard. I never really had a great relationship with my mother not my extended family and I had very high expectations when I met my current partner, who comes from a big family. I’m different and they have not earned to me. I’m angry, so angry at my partner mostly for not having my back. He threw me to… Read more »

sphinx
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sphinx
March 10, 2016 3:07 am
Reply to  Janey

That Christmas Day sounds like it was pivotal for you and him. Part of me is like, you know sometimes we are meant to have someone’s back regardless of whether we are ‘with’ them or not. Just on principle. Loyalty to the fact you chose that person, even you are not the feeling the in the moment. But I daresay he is terribly stressed to have regressed to such a state of survival oriented emotion. I hope you can get some support? Do you have someone to talk to for perspective? Perhaps a marriage counsellor might have something positive to… Read more »

Janey
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Janey
March 10, 2016 10:16 am
Reply to  sphinx

Sphinx, yes I’m seeing a psych and she suggested we have counselling. I will check out fushite. With the way I’m going, I will be adorned with crystals from head to toe lol. Thanks x

supakali
supakali
March 10, 2016 3:35 am
Reply to  Janey

oh dear, so sorry Janey. where’s Neptune in your chart? I have Neptune on the Dsc and am an empath. Boundaries are important. For me haute Neptune helps. You can ask for protective shield that deflects any negative energy, imagine this around you whenever you will be around people or feel you need it. Good luck xx

Janey
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Janey
March 10, 2016 10:24 am
Reply to  supakali

Hi supakali, I have Neptune in 8th with 10 degree conjunct moon. Yes, boundaries is what I need to do. I really think we can’t communicate properly, alas the break down. Like a lot of men, he doesn’t talk to me about how he is doing, he internalises this. Thanks xx

pi
pi
March 10, 2016 6:54 am
Reply to  Janey

Learning, Developing and practising skills in how to handle your interpersonal relationships, and for how you handle yourself in relationship to yourself and others. Books, internet searches “how to develop effective personal boundaries” e.g. ,
a series of sessions with a good therapist, meditating to assist in learning how it feels to be centered and to

pi
pi
March 10, 2016 6:56 am
Reply to  pi

Posted too soon. That’ll do

pi
pi
March 10, 2016 7:04 am
Reply to  pi

I might sound blunt, don’t mean to, happy to get super woo woo, and energy field stuff good e.g.,
My point was to keep in mind that practical, supple responses to people problems is core to this imho (Coming from a moon in capricrn perspective water Sun raised by aquarians who literally do not know how to manage their emotions other than to ignore them and hope they go away (note. they don’t) Let’s just say that whatever EQ i have is self-taught haha

Janey
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Janey
March 10, 2016 10:31 am
Reply to  pi

Thanks pi. Great suggestions- you would think Saturn transiting my moon would help this, no.
He is a cappy with moon Aqua.

electro
electro
March 10, 2016 8:06 pm
Reply to  Janey

The Saturn transit IS helping you with it! You are identifying it and addressing it. Eighth house transits are especially difficult but also transformative. I agree with Pi’s advice of keeping it simple. You can always build but overwhelm does not solve anything. There was a lot going on Christmas Day, wasn’t it a full moon or something? Holidays are always amped up due to emotions, nostalgia, expectations, the whole bit. I had a traumatic experience on Christmas Day a few years ago and it just makes everything amplified. I have been restructuring the way I do holidays as a… Read more »

Catfish moon
Catfish moon
March 9, 2016 9:54 am

The boyfriend left me this morning.

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 9, 2016 12:08 pm
Reply to  Catfish moon

Is that good or bad?

Year of the Phoenix
Year of the Phoenix
March 9, 2016 1:32 pm
Reply to  Catfish moon

It’s always heartbreaking! Even when you do the leaving there is still grief at the loss of what might have been xxxx

Porkchop
Porkchop
March 9, 2016 2:19 pm

Yes!!! Lots of hugs to you catfish moon xoxo.

catfish moon
catfish moon
March 10, 2016 7:30 pm

Yes. I did the leaving with my ex husband and it crushed me too. I love him still. I always will. I hated we could not get it together for us both to be happy.

aquasunrise
aquasunrise
March 9, 2016 4:32 pm
Reply to  Catfish moon

Yes that’s very hard. Wishing you peace for all your fragility, which I think is always beautiful, but needs protection too…

Janey
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Janey
March 9, 2016 10:07 pm
Reply to  Catfish moon

xxx

supakali
supakali
March 10, 2016 3:37 am
Reply to  Catfish moon

this must feel so tough right now. i hope this will offer you liberation in some sense CM, hold tight x

sphinx
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sphinx
March 10, 2016 4:00 am
Reply to  Catfish moon

Oh wow. Sending lots of love and pink heart chakra energies your way beautiful, xoxo.

Catfish moon
Catfish moon
March 10, 2016 1:19 pm
Reply to  Catfish moon

Thank you everyone. He came back so that did not last. We did talk about things. Things seem good today. Things have been so hard for me. We are working on triggers and understanding. I have more now. I think he does too.

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 10, 2016 1:53 pm
Reply to  Catfish moon

Well, thats good then.

Jamma
Jamma
March 9, 2016 9:33 am

After years of addiction, I am finally developing an allergy to pricks …

Calli G
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Calli G
March 9, 2016 7:49 am

I could see this. There are also the substances that you’re exposed to for a while, seemingly without any problem, that suddenly become dangerous. (Bee venom, certain foods, etc.) I think there are people who become unhealthy–even dangerous–in ones life in a similar manner.

Skarab
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Skarab
March 9, 2016 6:14 am

Yep, that’s a good analogy. In a similar vein: “Guests, like fish, begin to smell after 3 days”. No matter how much you like some people, after a period of confinement with them, they get up your nose.

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 9, 2016 12:06 pm
Reply to  Skarab

But if you glad wrap it, it’ll last 7 days, then you can throw it out.

pi
pi
March 10, 2016 6:47 am
Reply to  Jokerman

Hehehe

Skarab
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Skarab
March 10, 2016 12:55 pm
Reply to  Jokerman

True that ….so yer suggesting i wrap up my guests in glad wrap after 3 days?

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 10, 2016 1:50 pm
Reply to  Skarab

Keepn the food analogy goin….
30% of food grown gets consumed. (Aust data, dunno about the rest of the West. I imagine in tge rest food is more hivhly valued)

Maybe only 30% of of our aquaintences ‘get’ us. (In my case only 6.48%)

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 10, 2016 1:52 pm
Reply to  Jokerman

‘SmRty” foan THai poze

Skarab
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Skarab
March 10, 2016 4:33 pm
Reply to  Jokerman

On the news 2 days ago:
world-wide – 40% of food gets wasted.

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 10, 2016 11:34 pm
Reply to  Skarab

So Aussies are way more profligate than most of the world. (My figurez are about 10/12 yrs old.)

LiberatingVenus
LiberatingVenus
March 9, 2016 5:33 am

I really, REALLY like the premise of this! For me, I think there may be one potential caveat, however, in that I do also believe it’s important to be willing to own our “triggers” – us having a “reaction” to someone doesn’t necessarily mean they’re “bad” for us (though it can) – it just may mean we have to be more Aware, come prepared, and maybe pop some chill – I mean, Lactaid – pills beforehand, dig? Because some things we can digest just fine with a little help…I think it’s more of a psychosomatic reaction within US rather than… Read more »

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 9, 2016 12:12 pm

Good point…as only an Air sign could.

Chrysalis
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Chrysalis
March 9, 2016 4:57 am

This is so interesting! A young 6th house Scorp sun-Chiron-Merc /Virgo moon / Taurus rising family member is currently undergoing desensitisation. When she was an infant and throughout childhood she suffered from anaphylaxis to dairy. She still doesn’t eat dairy as it makes her nauseous, although it won’t actually kill her, as it almost did when she was a baby. I’ll skip over some of the tedious medical meets BUT the upshot is that she has now been advised by the allergist that if she doesn’t build up a certain level of tolerance, there is every possibility that a severe… Read more »

sphinx
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sphinx
March 9, 2016 5:26 am
Reply to  Chrysalis

Ooh yes, this is like those studies where a touch of stress is health giving. It’s like getting the flu occasionally – various hormones get released and you get a kind of upgrade from it. My kids always level up after an illness. It’s quite noticeable in the autie one as his language improves.

Chrysalis
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Chrysalis
March 9, 2016 5:45 am
Reply to  sphinx

YES. We could develop a sort of ‘herd immunity’ against Qi vamps.
Wow that’s interesting about your son’s language after an illness.

Chrysalis
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Chrysalis
March 9, 2016 5:43 am
Reply to  Chrysalis

*..that should be medical DEETS not meets.

Electro
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Electro
March 9, 2016 4:42 pm
Reply to  Chrysalis

Yes, good point. I have a qi vamp issue. I avoided her for several months and when I saw her again it was very difficult. She’s dating my brother in law, so I saw her several times and over the holidays. By the time a family funeral came up last month, I was able to be myself and not let her energy vamp me. It really does take practice.

Interesting about the illnesses and your autie. I heard a radio/podcast bit about nonverbal autistic kids becoming verbal when having fevers. It was fascinating.

sphinx
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sphinx
March 10, 2016 3:13 am
Reply to  Electro

Yes, it is super interesting, isn’t it? It’s the same when he is under stress. He probably has an amount of ‘simultanagnosia’ meaning roughly that he perceives life like a floating jigsaw puzzle – but when he is under pressure or stress – the puzzle clicks together for a moment. Words are recalled etc.

Sometimes I find that we are safer heading into a dangerous situation like on traffic filled road, than we are in a quiet, bright supermarket due to his unpredictable responses.

electro
electro
March 10, 2016 8:10 pm
Reply to  sphinx

Haha, love that analogy. I mostly shop at farms and natural food stores, so put me in a chain grocery store with its fluorescent lights and endless rows, and I am a mess. I probably look like the polished version of a complete nutter.

aquasunrise
aquasunrise
March 9, 2016 4:15 am

Cravings…lol…What food would the person be that I really desire yet am oddly and coolly content to put aside?…Yet to establish…discern that…lol (Only seem to return to consuming what nourishes me…) And it is not sugar…never really did understand sugar cravings…they make people so ill, similarly cannot do very saccharine folk…though I am sure they really are sweet…beautifully Some puddings are comforting…pudding people are lovely to be close too :-)) Maybe dense rich organic cream with lovely fresh fruit…lol Taurus llith 8th in grand trine to venus 5th conjunct with transiting pluto…pluto 1st…. Lol bitter dark chocolate 🙂 the more… Read more »

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 9, 2016 12:04 pm
Reply to  aquasunrise

You ruin fruit with cream?
Fruit is to nice to process with anything but a knife and your teeth.

aquasunrise
aquasunrise
March 9, 2016 4:04 pm
Reply to  Jokerman

Yes I know…There are some fruits that should not have cream with them I agree. We lived in tropical weather…I would never eat papaya with any dairy…that would be a criminal… But I could consume a whole tub of thick fresh cream any day…I am only fairly little, wiry, so I must need the dairy (we had scarce dairy as kids, virtually urchins), always buying organic full cream milk – used to be raw before all the scare mongering. Too much fatty dairy not good for my liver :-(( Must be why I eat the bitter foods…Yes and my mother… Read more »

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 10, 2016 12:24 am
Reply to  aquasunrise

Cream with coffee is good. Ifya have dairy organic full cream is way to go. Normal milk is part powdered and is chemically treated to make you not put on weight. Its fake

aquasunrise
aquasunrise
March 10, 2016 3:04 pm
Reply to  Jokerman

I didn’t know commercial milk is part powdered, thanks. Someone told me its good to fortify milk with powdered milk as you get older (clacium, vitamin D), however I know commercial house brands of organic milk are heated (a lot of goodness removed) beyond what is necessary to extend shelf life.

Our organic milk does not have this treatment so it has to be consumed quickly. There seems to be a lot a dairy intolerant people…I wonder why, (not for anyone else to be bothered)…

Unicorn Sparkles
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Unicorn Sparkles
March 9, 2016 9:22 pm
Reply to  aquasunrise

Pudding. Chocolate.

These food references lately.

I’ve only just finished my Beetroot, rocket, feta, orange, walnut trigger meal.

Taurus Vixen
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Taurus Vixen
March 9, 2016 3:00 am

Great analogy. Think this eclipse has got me cleaning out all sorts of things. From clothes, makeup, etc to people, possible job and city changes

Jessica Mars
Jessica Mars
March 9, 2016 1:20 am

When it comes to peeps tho I’m like someone who can only live on Bach Walnut Remedy, raw carrots, organic tallow, steamed asparagus and oysters. Sounds like a Golden Era Hollywood Diet.

aquasunrise
aquasunrise
March 9, 2016 4:27 am
Reply to  Jessica Mars

That actually sounds seriously appetising…though what is walnut bach flower remedy treating?

I love bitter foods…radish, dendelion coffee, chicory, and papaya fruit…but I also adore creamy raw milk, rich cream…

good quality steamed vegetables and raw fruit are treasure…I also devour seeds, nuts…LOL…don’t eat much. Rather eat modest quantities, but best available…LOL should I have married a virgo? Or a capricorn?

pickled foods are really tangy too. Oh wow to think there could be people like this! What fun…Indeed :-))

Imagine the sex…LOL, life is for joyous living!

Skarab
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Skarab
March 9, 2016 6:07 am
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Annica
Annica
March 9, 2016 6:19 am
Reply to  Skarab

Interesting article! I know in traditional chinese medicine, bitter foods are linked with the heart meridian.
It is also interesting to note what the article considers a bitter food because i have seen TCM list radishes as spicy instead of bitter.

Skarab
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Skarab
March 9, 2016 8:00 am
Reply to  Annica

Maybe the scientists are basing the radish/bitter thing on the amount of sulphur in bitter foods (read this in another related article) – and radishes are jam packed with it.

(Interesting the connection between sulphur, el diablo and sadism.)

I also thought that bitter foods support the the Liver and increased bile – helping it with the detoxifying process. And considering that in TCM, chronic anger is viewed as a result of sluggish Liver function, then eating bitter foods is a good thing.

So I’m confuzed.

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 9, 2016 12:01 pm
Reply to  Skarab

Farts that smell like sulphur are from some poor devil.

annica
annica
March 10, 2016 11:30 am
Reply to  Jokerman

and whoever those farts belong to needs to start taking some probiotics an supplements for their sulfur cycle.

aquasunrise
aquasunrise
March 9, 2016 4:28 pm
Reply to  Skarab

LOL, I feel sorry for the bitter foods…surely there’s got to be lots of people who enjoy them without being psycho…they balance all the rich foods like the cream I adore… That said I have loved a pschycopath or two far more than what was healthy…can too magnetic for their own good…Sadism wrapped in charm…dear hell, LOL, bitter foods might give respite…What about masochists… I have heard liver benefits from bitter food, but maybe is related to the heart meridian too? My instructor tells me the heart is the emporer of the organs, “delegates”, not to hold (emotions, etc) as… Read more »

Skarab
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Skarab
March 10, 2016 12:50 pm
Reply to  aquasunrise

Yes i agree about the compassion bit re fashion narcissists (worked for a few myself). I couldn’t get beyond the violent fantasies. Tho it gets easier from a distance – once you’re out of their vortex.

hdq
hdq
March 9, 2016 1:07 am

Ah, interesting. I graze the buffet very selectively. I have serious people sensitivities. If it doesn’t look/smell/taste/feel like the most delicious thing ever (to my particular and weird prejudices), I don’t try it. I don’t even see it. I’m a too-nice introvert with bad boundaries, so must also be a judgmental bitch for survival. People intolerances are consistently meh. Socialization is incredibly overrated. Allergies though might reflect personality traits, not the whole of the person. Unexamined privilege, arrogance, cruelty even, for example, are ingredients that poison a dish, but they can be removed. An allergen-free version is always possible. They… Read more »

R(Aqua/tauri)
R(Aqua/tauri)
March 9, 2016 8:41 am
Reply to  hdq

I am exactly the same… And “I’m a too-nice introvert with bad boundaries, so must also be a judgmental bitch for survival.” just summarized why so perfectly. Woah.

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 9, 2016 11:58 am
Reply to  hdq

I like that last paragraf. I was thinkn along those lines. I see good even in my haters.

harajukujude
harajukujude
March 9, 2016 12:11 pm
Reply to  hdq

I love the first paragraph….a too-nice introvert with bad boundaries….a judgemental bitch for survival. Socialisation is INCREDIBLY overrated. 😮 THAT’S ME!!!

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 9, 2016 12:22 pm
Reply to  harajukujude

Yeah, first was good too.

notMuggle
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notMuggle
March 9, 2016 12:59 am

Absolutely! There are foods I hardly ever eat mow and when I do it’s rare occasions like nothing else at the supermarket shelf but that type of carb etc. Same for people where I might have a moment of weakness and reached out but afterwards totes regret because there isn’t any reason for it. Definitely life stage, awareness stage and growth stage dependent.

emg
emg
March 9, 2016 12:13 am

And as with people we can be utterly hooked on that which is not good for us. Recently did one of those IgG tests on a client and it came back with Gluten Dairy Yeast. She then tried with ferocity of a she lion to claim it back into her life. Sometimes that crap that does us no good is such a place of comfort or allows us to be ‘ill’. Sometimes we cannot rid ourselves of people that do the same. For what ever reason we stick it out, expecting things to get better or to change. Addictive behaviour?… Read more »

scorpiodawn
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scorpiodawn
March 9, 2016 12:10 am

so what were you allergic to mystic? I totally see this…I can’t eat wheat- I’m coeliac…my son’s had that ladder type tattoo many times…he has egg allergy. people? there’s a girl at work I can’t stand, unfortunately I have to work with her weds and thurs. I don’t get it coz she’s a pisces, fellow water sign. but she brown noses the bosses, tries to do anything to avoid being on the till, and acts as if she’s my superior sometimes, which she ISN’T!!!! grrr. maybe it’s a personality defect thing. and the way she sometimes talks down to the… Read more »

ram-madam ding dong
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ram-madam ding dong
March 9, 2016 11:49 pm
Reply to  scorpiodawn

Omg .. You just summarised the co-worker of mine, that I’ve been fuming over for the last 2 hours!

Pegasus
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Pegasus
March 9, 2016 12:05 am

Hahaha so agree. Always when asked if ‘any allergies’ in a medical sense, used to reply ‘only impolite people’.

Scorpio_Rising
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Scorpio_Rising
March 10, 2016 12:37 pm
Reply to  Pegasus

love it!

monte
monte
March 8, 2016 11:47 pm

I have an intolerance to functions full stop. Doesn’t matter whose there.

Jokerman
Jokerman
March 9, 2016 12:20 pm
Reply to  monte

Functions are dysfunctional. All that fakery.

Ampersand
Ampersand
March 8, 2016 11:21 pm

Really feeling this right now. I’m on holiday in a remote cottage at the moment. Booking the damn thing was a total ball-ache, like the guy emailing to say “I have not received your booking form” Me: “Please scroll down the email”… 2 days later “Payment must be made within 3 days of arrival”. Me: “I already did” etc etc We booked this little break because we desperately needed to get away from people for a bit, to reboot. Have been planning what should be a very simple wedding, at the registrar and then in a pub, and you would… Read more »

monte
monte
March 8, 2016 11:53 pm
Reply to  Ampersand

Good rave.

scorpiodawn
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scorpiodawn
March 9, 2016 12:12 am
Reply to  monte

yes, totally with u there! u need another break to get over that one x

Ampersand
Ampersand
March 9, 2016 1:31 am
Reply to  scorpiodawn

Haha, it was lengthy, thanks for reading. Saturn transiting 4th, by way of explanation 🙂

supakali
supakali
March 9, 2016 1:19 am
Reply to  Ampersand

go ahead and smudge the fuq out of the place

Ampersand
Ampersand
March 9, 2016 1:29 am
Reply to  supakali

When you say “smudge”, do you mean shit in his saucepans?

davidl
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March 9, 2016 1:48 am
Reply to  Ampersand

Careful, if you live in oz, you’ll end up on that show Current Affair, being chased by an outraged Tracey Grimshaw. Story’s of bogan renters shitting in some pensioners investment property is like their bread and butter. It’s their idea of prime time entertainment. Next thing you’ll be on national television swearing and making foul gestures while your man wearing a really bad pair of those wrap around driving sunnies tries to smash the camera ..

Ampersand
Ampersand
March 9, 2016 2:28 am
Reply to  davidl

Bogan, lol. No unfortunately I’m a whinging Pom so it would have to be Jeremy Kyle. Fellas got the sunnies already. I’ve got the foul mouth, greasy hair and stinking attitude,

Year of the Phoenix
Year of the Phoenix
March 9, 2016 2:54 am
Reply to  davidl

One of my ex workmates who is a renegade graffiti artist posts pix with #traceygrimshawlovesthis

milleunanotte
milleunanotte
March 9, 2016 1:56 pm
Reply to  Ampersand

Oh god sorry if i’m revealing my awful state of mind right now, but the phrase, ” I’m going to shit in your saucepans, ” may just quietly save my day dealing with Muggles. I must thank you!

…yes, smudge.

Scorpio_Rising
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Scorpio_Rising
March 9, 2016 7:07 pm
Reply to  milleunanotte

yes,do it!

Ampersand
Ampersand
March 10, 2016 10:58 pm
Reply to  Scorpio_Rising

Milleunanotte my love, I’m kind of amused that you are worried about YOUR state of mind. You are not the one taking laxatives in order to fill up all of the saucepans.

Ha, a person called Scorp_Rising says take revenge. Lol x

milleunanotte
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milleunanotte
March 11, 2016 5:21 am
Reply to  Ampersand

Ah it is so fqng DIFF-IC-CULT when you work with those peeps! But you are right, I’m not one for laxatives (Jupes renders me full of shit in my own way 🙂 )

But i can now say whatever my style of dealing has rendered one of the aforermentioned Muggles (a Libran, so I’m not resting on my laurels with this … remaining watchful of action despite the words) super compliant. She can meet my deadlines. And by Toutatis, she will 🙂

Ampersand
Ampersand
March 11, 2016 10:41 pm
Reply to  milleunanotte

Ah, a Libran muggle. Of all the signs they get on my tits the most, and I know why because I am one. I think it is their life’s work to be able to say what they feel rather than talking endlessly around the subject. I always remember a good Linda Goodman piece of advice on Librans and decision making. If there is a choice offered to a Libran and they’re being a fussy arse about it, make the choice for them. Librans always know what they don’t want pretty quickly and will soon be all over you with their… Read more »

davidl
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davidl
March 9, 2016 1:36 am
Reply to  Ampersand

Yes, after a similar week away many years ago I am extremely forthright in my shirtfront style enquirys. In the little notes box they give you I very clearly state that total privacy is required. Eg. anyone that comes on to the property unless asked, will be considered a security threat. I don’t know what you look like, you may very well be that old wirey man with a bad combover wearing old king gees and a rope belt lurking in the garden but I will assume you’re the local deviant, and well you never know what I might do… Read more »

Ampersand
Ampersand
March 9, 2016 1:51 am
Reply to  davidl

Ah man I hear you, I was thinking local all the way, so much so that I booked a friend’s band over a year ago, only to then be told that the bassist has double booked himself, but instead of saying sorry can’t play, I am a doofus, he is sent an email saying, well I may have double booked myself, but it depends on how much you will pay as to whether I will commit myself to your wedding or play this battle of the bands instead. I say commit to THIS and showed him the finger. It’s just… Read more »

harajukujude
harajukujude
March 9, 2016 12:06 pm
Reply to  Ampersand

I wish I knew the answer to that one! Not that I have a lot of money but Damn…..will you just fuq off????

Scorpio_Rising
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Scorpio_Rising
March 9, 2016 7:10 pm
Reply to  Ampersand

The band double booking and asking for more money is unprofessional. not cool.
This guy sounds sketchy at the rental a creep even.

Ampersand
Ampersand
March 10, 2016 11:03 pm
Reply to  Scorpio_Rising

We saw him in the pub the other night, it wasn’t our best representation of ourselves as my other half was wrecked and bouncing off the furniture. Whoops! But I observed that he was sitting on his barstool with his legs open and hands clasped behind his head, making himself all one big macho triangle. Look at my balls! Look at them! Urghhhh.

Unicorn Sparkles
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Unicorn Sparkles
March 9, 2016 9:25 pm
Reply to  Ampersand

I don’t usually read long rants but this one was worth it

Ampersand
Ampersand
March 10, 2016 11:06 pm

Thanks man, I appreciate it. I have been a subscriber for a couple of years but I only appear here when I have something to rant about and then I eff off again. It’s terrible.

milleunanotte
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milleunanotte
March 11, 2016 5:25 am
Reply to  Ampersand

Yes!!! It was GREAT! You go, Ampersand, I really appreciated the parallel thought bubbles xxx

Tybalt
Tybalt
March 10, 2016 10:44 pm
Reply to  Ampersand

He sounds like a douchelord, I bet the local spirits aren’t very into him. Does he sound like the kind of guy who makes offerings, is grateful, recognizes the role of the unseen? I think not.

Spirits are obligated to a certain degree if they’re local to the land but they’re NOT into some folks.I say make some nice daily offerings (incense, cookie bits, a pretty flower whatever comes to mind) and first THANK the local spirits. Then ask for help/protection and yass, up boundaries girl.

Go you on the simple wedding

Ampersand
Ampersand
March 10, 2016 11:12 pm
Reply to  Tybalt

I like this thanking the local spirits thing. I will do that now, I watched Mars coming up over the horizon at 6am and thought I was a lucky mofo really, and I should not let anything trivial bother me. I also rediscovered an interest in polymer clay whilst on holiday and have made this huge mad wreath out of bright red glitter clay roses. It will be part of a Mexican style shrine. It also means that the oven has been on 24/7 to bake these things and I have completely taken the piss. I hope he enjoys his… Read more »

Rachel
Rachel
March 8, 2016 11:04 pm

And some foods you can tolerate at some times in your life, and cannot at others–great Eureka flash.

Even sometimes the place you are in physically can influence your diet–and the people you want to spend time with.

Unicorn Sparkles
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Unicorn Sparkles
March 8, 2016 10:19 pm

And i find that with some people you build up your tolerance while with others the negative reaction becomes increasingly vomitous.

Electro
Electro
March 9, 2016 4:22 pm

Yes! I was going to write something similar 😉

Cris
Cris
March 8, 2016 9:47 pm

Brilliant metaphor. Perfect. It’s all about intake. Information diet, people diet, qi diet, food diet.

Dahlia
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Dahlia
March 8, 2016 8:47 pm

Yes!! My mom used this analogy with us when we were younger to help us not judge other people, even if we didn’t like to be around them. She talked about allergies and also foods that we just don’t seem to enjoy and that since the world is full of lots of foods (and people), we should choose to be around people that made us happy. When we asked her about family members we had to spend time with, she equated it to being forced to eat a few bites of food we don’t like at someone’s dinner party…not fun… Read more »

R(Aqua/tauri)
R(Aqua/tauri)
March 8, 2016 9:41 pm
Reply to  Dahlia

This is kind of adorable and actually a really good way of explaining tolerance to a young child! Clever

Sam
Sam
March 9, 2016 3:29 am
Reply to  Dahlia

that’s really sweet. hope i can remember this for my kid friends 🙂

sphinx
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sphinx
March 8, 2016 8:27 pm

Lol! If I am intolerant of Bakers/Brewers yeast what is the astrological equivalent? A Taurean with Jupiter Rising? A Saggitarius with Neptune Rising? Actually I would probably like one of those.
My Naturopath says that if you are obsessed with a product it is usually something that is a problem. As in cream addiction producing a caseomorphine effect. I think it is just because I have a stellium in Cancer. 😉

R(Aqua/tauri)
R(Aqua/tauri)
March 8, 2016 9:40 pm
Reply to  sphinx

I think there is some truth to this…I was obsessed with peanut butter in my teens and early 20s but then noticed I would get all itchy after I ate it! I was in denial for a long time…now I eat almond butter instead. I’m really obsessed with nutritional yeast and my friend was telling me there’s something in it That is like MSG and triggers migraines? And I love dairy and can’t stop eating it once I start so try to avoid it altogether with the occasional binge. It relaxes me but totally jacks up my digestion. When I… Read more »

sphinx
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sphinx
March 9, 2016 5:30 am
Reply to  R(Aqua/tauri)

I get cramps from too much bread – or yeasty products I guess. I was hoping allergy testing would show me what I should avoid and what I don’t have to. Disappointing to hear that your test was so inconclusive! But I frequently get migraines and recently asthma too.

Does anyone know what’s the go with asthma? Could it be a mould or yeast thing?

Annica
Annica
March 9, 2016 5:50 am
Reply to  sphinx

I have exercise induced asthma since high school. Asthma is often part of the trifecta that includes eczema and allergies and has a genetic component. So yeah yeast and mold can trigger it.
Also keep in mind people keep blaming yeast for everything shitty but i find wild yeasts not as problematic as what comes from commercial bakeries. I read a story recently about how scientists made yeast that produce insulin and how there was “escape” of this yeast into commercial livestock. Some people suspect the yeast that is making people sick is the one that produces insulin.

sphinx
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sphinx
March 10, 2016 3:16 am
Reply to  Annica

Woah, it’s mad how few controls are placed on scientists in regards to their capacity to change our world from a test tube – it angries up the blood!
I am so allergic to sloppy, arrogant, blinkered scientists.

Annica
Annica
March 9, 2016 5:45 am
Reply to  sphinx

That is definitely true. People who craves certain things really badly are often allergic. I took an IgE food allergy blood test which is good for detecting skin allergies. I have dermatographia so prick test would give me a lot of false positives. But sure as shit i am allergic to a lot of healthy foods like greens and fruits. Ugh. I spent my first 6 months breaking down into tears watching someone eat a salad or have a green smoothie because i wanted one so badly. I would get cold sweats at night just thinking sbout taboo food. That… Read more »

sphinx
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sphinx
March 10, 2016 3:18 am
Reply to  Annica

Allergic to fruit and greens!? I booked to get a allergy test for the yeast thing, but I am not sure I want to know! How are you going with it after detox? Do you get to reintroduce gently at any point?

annica
annica
March 10, 2016 11:34 am
Reply to  sphinx

doing well. I got some foods back again like apples, corn, and mangoes within half a year. Other foods remain borderline which means when immunity is high I can indulge in a small amount of beets, celery, lettuce, and tomatoes. It sounds so funny to say “indulge” in reference to anything vegetable like rather than dessert or junk food but that’s exactly how it is.

sphinx
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sphinx
March 10, 2016 11:20 pm
Reply to  annica

If you see this.. how did the symptoms of intolerance of greens/fruits manifest for you?

Annica
Annica
March 11, 2016 9:52 am
Reply to  sphinx

Extreme diarrhea, bloating, eventual heart arrythmias, low low blood pressure, sleeping 16 hrs a day, whole body itching like crazy, dry eyes, weepy legs from scratching so much, swollen tongue, anemia, etc…

sphinx
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sphinx
March 14, 2016 4:10 am
Reply to  Annica

Omg, sweetie… I was imagining something more subtle. 😯 keep up the good work.

fishgirl
fishgirl
March 9, 2016 12:16 am
Reply to  Mystic

That’s awesome. The elimination diet for people – reminds me of something my brother once said, that after time alone on a mountain or in nature you are always more naturally intuitive as to good/bad people, that’s why it’s a special forces training thing that they have to be able to be alone for long periods etc.

Catfish moon
Catfish moon
March 9, 2016 9:43 am
Reply to  fishgirl

Why I leave remotely!

LiberatingVenus
LiberatingVenus
March 9, 2016 5:36 am
Reply to  Mystic

LOL @ “prick test”. I have one of those for people – my Pluto Rising! 😀

aquasunrise
aquasunrise
March 9, 2016 4:09 pm

LOL, I need one of those!

aquasunrise
aquasunrise
March 9, 2016 4:12 pm
Reply to  aquasunrise

Imagine if I had confronted in retaliation, (and good intentions :-)) ) the person most aptly in need of this, with the kind offering, LOL…

milleunanotte
milleunanotte
March 9, 2016 1:51 pm
Reply to  Mystic

Ahah! The Prick Test.Imagining an encounter with one such person… Asking self, is it my own projected stuff or..?

In my imaginary encounter, soon to actually take place, I hear the person open their mouths to say the usual, and my subconscious Basil Rathbone voice interrupts, crystal-clear,

“You, dear Lady, are quite the Prick.”

Scorpio_Rising
MM Member
Scorpio_Rising
March 9, 2016 6:23 pm
Reply to  Mystic

absolutely, I think you’re onto to something!

Leo-Scorp grrrl
Leo-Scorp grrrl
March 8, 2016 8:04 pm

OMG- YES. And I have varying levels of food issues. I agree that people can be the same way. And the more you encounter some offenders, the lower your tolerance/bigger the reaction! And we all know those people who you dont see for a long time, then you get together and on the way home think, “Oh, yes, that is why quit hanging out with that person.” lol. Brilliant, Mystic.

baristagem
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baristagem
March 8, 2016 8:04 pm

Haha! Brilliant MM!

embarkons7
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embarkons7
March 8, 2016 7:37 pm

Fascinating — can you get that test from an ordinary GP or is it a specialized holistic deal? And yes, I totally agree with the people intolerance idea. For instance, I find that the hardest qi vamp people to deal with are the ones who are charismatic in some way even if they’re ultimately really problematic characters — just like some of the foods we crave are sometimes really bad for us. I can think of one neurotic friend who I have a major verbal / temperamental rapport with — and so it’s like a sugar high when we talk… Read more »

PenName
PenName
March 9, 2016 12:48 am
Reply to  embarkons7

Ugh this resonates with me so much – used to date a bunch of these charismatic types who were super charming and then later, you’d feel horrible. Met one the other night – charmed at first by the charisma and then TOTALLY flipped my lid at them for no real reason. Reaction to how bad your subconscious knows they are for you? Like a defensive barrier.
Totally agree it’s like you get the buzz from them and then you feel gross about it after.

stinala
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stinala
March 9, 2016 1:53 am
Reply to  embarkons7

stellar observation, this is SO true….the most in-your-face charismatic people tend to be the ones hiding the most slimey rotten bits, and it’s hard to see them until you’re well on your way to addict/zombie status. breaking away is tricky unless you go full-on detox because one more taste of the ‘sugar high’ gets you in the cycle again…

Sam
Sam
March 8, 2016 7:33 pm

fish just kind of swims around and away, save the whales, save the cortisol

Sam
Sam
March 8, 2016 7:34 pm
Reply to  Sam

interesting way to approach people vibes generally though. hadn’t got as far as classifying. not enough virgo in me to go all Psyche-and-the-seeds on peeps..

davidl
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davidl
March 8, 2016 7:24 pm

Genius Myst. A great analogy. So one could then align terms that describe perfectly how you feel with that person.
Like, hey Sugar, I’m diabetic so this just isn’t going to work, bye.
One thing to be careful of though is of course projection. By acting all doughy and carb like you could create digestive gas bloating in the other person.

TripleL
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TripleL
March 8, 2016 7:23 pm

Such a logically applicable, comparison scheme.

Love it!!

FireSunna-AquaLuna
MM Member
FireSunna-AquaLuna
March 8, 2016 7:12 pm

so much yes, totally resonates

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