Venus, by sign and house, is your aesthetic. Actually, if you’re trying to rectify a natal chart, figuring out what house Venus is in is actually quite helpful. Just ask them (or yourself, or someone who knows them) “where does this person seek out beauty, and where do they put beauty out in the world?” … Continue reading Venus and Aesthetic in the Natal Chart
This is a social butterfly. I have tried to describe shyness to others. Mine comes and goes, but it seems this Neptune transit to my first house has made it come and stay. It has nothing to do with how you look or how you actually feel about yourself, or what others actually think of … Continue reading Shyness in the Astrological Chart
I made an interesting astrological discovery today of a personal sort. See, I’m not a Plutonian person. I have an overcompensating, singleton Pluto, but I’m not Plutonian. Incidentally, Pluto is in my 7th house, intercepted, and my partners, as in people I’ve made commitments to, or were heavily emotionally involved with, are Plutonian types. This … Continue reading Pluto and the Divine Love
I’m just gonna show you my birth chart for this: My birth certificate reads 1:10 p.m., but I rectified my chart to 1:16 p.m. I am using the 1:10 p.m. reading for these purposes. You can now figure out my birthday and how old I am. Yay. Does My Chart Make Me a Lunar Type? … Continue reading What Of the Moon in the Chart?
The less I write, the less inclined I am to write. Neptune has entered my first house, and I find myself more scattered-brained than usual, more desirous of silence or at least of communication that isn’t so...linear. I’m trying to write more creatively now. I’ve been writing more than ever over the past four years, … Continue reading Dream On
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWX-4eDxdDs How much of our lives do we beg people to just see us as we are, let alone be as we are? The older I get, the more I love Van Morrison and realize I need to listen to his music a lot more, like constantly. I have never had too much affinity for … Continue reading Lost at Sea
How to figure out someone’s favorite food: Look at their Moon sign. If there’s any planets in the sixth house, feed them, too. How to figure out what to get them for their birthday: First, look to the rising sign to see how they react to getting a gift. Then, look at their 2nd house, … Continue reading Astrology Quick How-to’s For Dealing With Humans
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOGEyBeoBGM Upvote if you roller skated to this song back in the 80s. I don't tell people what I do in the woo closet, unless they already know. I am comfortably ambivalent with my own spiritually. For the sake of efficiency, if you were to ask me what my religion is, I will say I'm … Continue reading Heaven is a Place on Earth: We Are the Starmakers and the Stars Themselves
Themis, Titaness, Goddess of Justice and Good Counsel. I passed the bar exam. I’m going to be a lawyer, officially, next month after I swear in. For the three years of law school and a few months after, Saturn was transiting my Sun, my chart ruler, and then my Midheaven. It was trial by labor. … Continue reading Esquire.
Happy Thanksgiving! In America, the fourth Thursday of November is the day we celebrate the fact that the Native Americans didn’t kill the pilgrims and instead made what would turn out to be a deal with the devil with them. There is no actual date of Thanksgiving, but it is curiously a day that we … Continue reading Diet: An Astrology Experiment