Mercury is crossing back into Aquarius – what better moment for a permitted words list? Mine just appeared, on the screen in front of me with the announcement: You have exceeded your limit of permissible words.
I momentarily freaked, thinking that some Byzantine thought bureau was monitoring me to that extent. But no it was my spell-checker – every time I hit ‘add to dictionary’ for something it thinks is a typo, a permitted word is created and now I have an entire dictionary’s worth of them.
Now some of them are not even words I use – consciously – could they represent fresh concepts that will be useful for Pluto in Aquarius? It’s 57 weeks away and yes, we will be increasingly acclimatizing to it via the Horoscopes and Daily Mystic updates. Meanwhile, here is A to E of my permitted words list with quick definitions – feel free to adopt any that you feel are pertinent.
If it is useful, I will add the rest in shortly!
As in the infamous “a little razzle-dazzle to juke the algos” cited by J.P. Morgan bankers charged with market manipulation. Short for algorithm – a computational technique to speed-sort various inputs – loan applications, social media feed, investment trades – and respond with an output. They’re getting smarter!
A workout that helps to destress, burn excess body fat and build strength via the ritual denunciation of the government. Exercises include researching off-grid hideout chic and forays into Reddit privacy forums.
One billion seconds in Unix computer time, which began on January 1 1970, as Neptune arrived in Sagittarius. Every day has 86,4000 seconds and the last billennium began on September 9 2001 at 1.46.40 UTC. This encoded time may be more accurate than Atomic time. Pluto in Aquarius = time politics.
Feigning extreme frivolity, ignorance or even stupidity as a business/power play. It may or may not involve Serenity Signaling but the concealing of complexity is paramount – and profitable.
Electronic meandering: the Daily Mail sidebar of shame, a suddenly fascinating history era/political cause, your distant relative/former frenemy’s social media feed, hypochondriac googling and any other kind of digitally aided procrastination.
As in ‘I’ve been Bluetoothed.’ Hearing and/or balance issues experienced by people sensitive to electro-magnetic frequencies radiated by an increasing amount of appliances, most of which cannot be disabled without breaking machine functionality. Other symptoms: sardonic cackling whenever ‘Havana Syndrome’ comes up.
From Brotopia – Breaking Up The Boy’s Club Of Silicon Valley, by Emily Chang. Brotopian patter can come from anyone in tech trying to sell their product as an incredibly selfless act of love and community. Or, a liberation.
Of or pertaining to Chiron, an ‘asteroid’ discovered in 1977 and later found to be a comet. Named after the ‘head healer’ Centaur of Ancient Greece, Chiron is in fact more of a maverick tech and culture Muse. The week of Chiron’s discovery also saw the release of two record-breaking cultural zeitgeist zapping albums – Saturday Night Fever + Never Mind The Bollocks, the election of Harvey Milk, the world’s first openly gay big city mayor plus the invention of the TCP protocol that allowed the internet.
Latin: referring to the concept that things, phenomena and people in ‘this’ dimension correspond with their alt-dimensional or divine counterpart. It also refers to how spiritual realities express themselves on the physical level and the old magical concept of the Doctrine of Correspondences. Pluto in Aquarius will discover granular, ground-breaking evidence re all this.
The idea that cosmic, astral and/or galactic stimuli affect us here on Earth. It used to be dismissed as a crackpot fantasy but then astrophysicists realized that we are bathed in solar/stellar winds, as well as influenced by a variety of geomagnetic currents and other interplays between the Sun, Moon, Water, Wind and more. Space Weather will be big in Pluto in Aquarius, along with satellite politics.
Legacy concept that a particular qualification, approval or membership of a club is proof not only that you can do something but of your worth/status.
The idea of making money – debt and shares in particular – less leveraged and hyped. It would involve abandoning the idea of perpetual growth and returning money to more of its historic role: a tool and useful means of exchange. The people in charge of the money-hyper matrix are not mad-keen on de-fi.
People who prefer delusion to questioning things because it is more comfortable or safe. But that perception itself is probably the ultimate delusion.
Skeevy people who behave badly but have enough Venus-Mars pheromonal appeal to (sort of) get away with it or at least maintain a persistent presence as a D-List celebrity/feel famous or hot. It can be a remarkably enduring look and lifestyle. Eg: Mickey Rourke.
Of or about the aether/dark matter/your aura and/or alt-dimensional. It’s another style of perception. Perceiving a phantom or the scent of something that is metaphysically but not physically present. When you see a scenario etherically, you can’t show your working or logically explain a thing but it’s just as real. When you’re etherically perceptive you notice light, shadows and air density more than most people. Great cinematographers often have etheric perception fyi.