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Wind
22nd December 2020, 22:36
My mother has been really excited about that Jupiter Saturn conjuction and she knows nothing about astrology really.

Wind
23rd December 2020, 09:30
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZR21NGT8QA

Wind
24th December 2020, 17:20
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Chuckie
24th December 2020, 18:20
Nectar of the Gods! :)

Octopus Garden
25th December 2020, 00:47
I find the Saturn exiting Capricorn video very engaging. Steve asks his listeners how they have redefined their boundaries over the last two and a half years. That theme defines that period for me. After spending many years asserting myself and moving into more and more independence, I've been finally focusing on my abilities and my drives and what I can produce/create.

There is so much less stress now in life related to how I choose to spend my time and resources. And that's a good thing since covid-19 came and began a major reset.


It's funny. Folks have been talking about 'reset' for so long now. And when the big one comes, so many are in total denial. It's pretty stunning.

I guess when folks build up an idea in their mind, i.e. big alien reveal or massive ascension of some kind, the reality of what earth has to offer is just not as fun or desirable.

Hi Dreamtimer,

Am very happy you are having your own personal reset! I don't have too much I can or should change--but just enough. I am finally learning the lesson that you just can't help some people without getting hurt--and that its not personal. It's what they do, unintentionally. So yes, redefining boundaries in that I used to let go through hurt or anger. Now I see it coming and detach.

And agree about the greater reset. Haven't we all wanted a greener earth, governments who want to do something about climate change, the hope of a universal income for those who are thrown out of work? How does this equal an oppressive communist regime? If it does, I'll take the communism...thanks!

Dreamtimer
25th December 2020, 11:35
Fortunately, we're not face with a simple binary choice. We can work together to make a fruitful and peaceful society through simple common sense.

Like the Golden Rule, it may be simple, but that don't mean it's easy.

Merry Christmas:love:

Wind
28th December 2020, 15:00
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Wind
30th December 2020, 12:04
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Dreamtimer
30th December 2020, 22:50
"Sign not in use" Lol

Wind
31st December 2020, 11:19
On his channel Steve has the videos for all of the individual zodiac signs for the next year.

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Dreamtimer
31st December 2020, 14:12
Ironically, I already know that January is going to be crazy and difficult. It's a relief to think about things being easier thereafter.

Wind
31st December 2020, 15:22
I'm not going to miss 2020 at all, the worst year of my life... High hopes for 2021, I hope it will get easier in February.

Chuckie
31st December 2020, 16:17
I think it is the worst year for anyone under a 105.

Wind
4th January 2021, 17:30
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Wind
5th January 2021, 15:00
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Chuckie
5th January 2021, 15:22
Hey Wind,

Are you putting those opening frames on the videos ... they're pretty funny. :)

Wind
5th January 2021, 15:27
The thumbnails? That's Steve's humour.

Chuckie
5th January 2021, 15:35
oh, I went to youtube and didn't see them there, that's why I was wondering ... :)

Dreamtimer
6th January 2021, 13:03
Please take a number....and wait right here. Lol.

This month is going to be a wild ride. (for me anyway)

Wind
6th January 2021, 14:50
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Dreamtimer
6th January 2021, 16:57
The time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.

I like that one a lot. :thup:

Wind
8th January 2021, 16:38
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Wind
10th January 2021, 21:55
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Wind
11th January 2021, 23:11
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Dreamtimer
12th January 2021, 04:21
I've been to Accident...

Chuckie
12th January 2021, 16:00
big deal, DT ... my younger brother hit a bear ... :)

Wind
13th January 2021, 12:55
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Wind
14th January 2021, 13:00
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Dreamtimer
14th January 2021, 15:26
I sure am glad Steve is stressing the 'new' aspect. There is indeed a very major change going on in my personal life, one aspect of which is literally happening on the 20th.

But, this is not a new thing. It's something that has been in the works for almost a year.

Whew!

Wind
19th January 2021, 21:33
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Chuckie
19th January 2021, 23:21
I think just for kicks I'm going to give my opinion on what he spoke about:

I think the issues that Biden will face will be more of the nature of psychological and emotional rather than physical. The fight will lie directly on the boundary of reality and delusion ... big time. That is what won't go away. I looked earlier and didn't see any physical issues in Biden's natal chart but transitions and external influences always have an impact as well.

I think he'll make his term if ... if ... he doesn't meet a violent circumstance ... that is an one of the transitory astrological conditions that make the situation more than a little touchy. We will see.

Wind
3rd February 2021, 20:00
Steve's back again with a bunch of new videos!

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Catsquotl
4th February 2021, 08:35
I like his idea of uranus and Saturn trying to find middle ground.
I will wait to see how things turn out. Not entirely sure that Uranus can make the claim that Kronos who castrated him is occupying his sign though.

Could very well be that Kronus will eat another part of Uranus and reclaim his dominance..

Chuckie
4th February 2021, 13:04
I read once that the outer planets tend to effect the masses or even at a generational level. It would be astro-logical that there would be 'balance' probably depending on other factors. Saturn and Uranus in square would likely be a battle ... Saturn's desires are greater than Uranus ... Uranus is just 'out there' ... but it might be that Saturn will just sit and watch Uranus go stupid or brilliant or insane. In the current climate I'm going with 'paranoia' ... :)

I didnt watch the video because these 'big' guys make me nervous ... :)

Octopus Garden
4th February 2021, 20:58
Or...Uranus, the rebel represents Qanon forces trying to gain an upper hand in Saturn, the McConell led repuglican party. It looks like this could happen. And if not Qanon, some equally delusional, rebellious force. Reality coming up against delusion, as you say NAP. And, of course, the ones who will have an even bigger battle on their hands, if that scenario comes about are the Dems.

Or...it could be AOC and the progressives represent the rebellious nature of Uranus, working within the structure of the Democratic party. More likely, it's going to be both. I see Biden as more likely to cave in to the republicans and Kamala Harris working with AOC and progressive force and fighting the republicans.

One thing for sure, there will be no money, no desire for any foreign "adventures." Too much going on with Saturn and Uranus at home. That status quo is going to be shaken up.

Aragorn
4th February 2021, 21:04
I see Biden as more likely to cave in to the republicans and Kamala Harris working with AOC and progressive force and fighting the republicans.

It is funny that you say this, because I would rather expect it to be the other way around: Biden being open to AOC, Tulsi, et al, and Kamala being more eager to give into the Repulsicans.

I could of course be wrong. :hmm:

Wind
4th February 2021, 21:10
It is funny that you say this, because I would rather expect it to be the other way around: Biden being open to AOC, Tulsi, et al, and Kamala being more eager to give into the Repulsicans.

I could of course be wrong. :hmm:

Why would you think that? Biden is Republican lite, not a progressive. I don't expect Kamala to be anywhere near progressive either.

Aragorn
4th February 2021, 21:19
I see Biden as more likely to cave in to the republicans and Kamala Harris working with AOC and progressive force and fighting the republicans.
It is funny that you say this, because I would rather expect it to be the other way around: Biden being open to AOC, Tulsi, et al, and Kamala being more eager to give into the Repulsicans.

I could of course be wrong. :hmm:

Why would you think that? Biden is Republican lite, not a progressive. I don't expect Kamala to be anywhere near progressive either.

Well, it appears to me ─ and like I said, I could be wrong ─ that Joe Biden would be far more open-minded than Kamala Harris. But then again, what do I know? :noidea:

Chuckie
4th February 2021, 21:54
After what hundreds of years that Biden has been reading the Repubs if he hasn't learned yet ... forget it, but he has, he won't turn the other cheek. Kamala Harris is a bit of a mystery. I would hope that Harris injects Biden's spine with a little steal ... no, not really ... steel. AOC, well she's a wildcat until she's questioned about her sexual history ... then she goes all kittenish...not that there's too much wrong with that.

Dreamtimer
5th February 2021, 18:54
I would go quiet if I was questioned about my sexual history. It's none of anyone's business unless I'm abusing minors.

Sexual harassment is about harassment rather than sexual activity in the past. It's a different kind of issue. Being harassed, or worse, is something no-one wants to talk about, male or female, minor or not.

Aragorn
5th February 2021, 19:08
I would go quiet if I was questioned about my sexual history. It's none of anyone's business unless I'm abusing minors.

Sexual harassment is about harassment rather than sexual activity in the past. It's a different kind of issue. Being harassed, or worse, is something no-one wants to talk about, male or female, minor or not.

In AOC's case, it went farther than harassment. Her Wikipedia page speaks of sexual assault (but does not provide any details).

Wind
7th February 2021, 16:44
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Chuckie
7th February 2021, 17:24
hey hey ... Moon in Pisces here, as well as, Venus and Mars ... Mars in Pisces is generally not considered a beneficial location ... but someone has to fill the role of the sissy ... :)

I've probably watched 95% of DeNiro's movies and 99% of Robin Williams' but I've never been motivated to watch Awakenings ... not sure why ... I think it was the notion of catatonia ... seems boring to me... :)

But I do agree with him and the Hegelian Dialectic of humanity as a whole is surely swinging in the right direction right now ... Perhaps after 29 or 30 years of backward motion, truthfully it is more like 40.

And old movie that really tugged at my heart strings was 'Charlie' ... I'll post a trailer for anyone that hasn't heard of it.

Wind
8th February 2021, 00:33
I've probably watched 95% of DeNiro's movies and 99% of Robin Williams' but I've never been motivated to watch Awakenings ... not sure why ... I think it was the notion of catatonia ... seems boring to me... :)

It was a good one! Watched it two years ago as I hadn't seen it before. Still haven't seen Fisher King.

Catsquotl
8th February 2021, 01:13
oohh I loved the fisher king.
and Kurosawa..

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Elen
8th February 2021, 06:22
hey hey ... Moon in Pisces here, as well as, Venus and Mars ... Mars in Pisces is generally not considered a beneficial location ... but someone has to fill the role of the sissy ... :)


That's lovely! :love:

Wind
11th February 2021, 16:08
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Chuckie
11th February 2021, 23:01
This is the day of the Age of Aquarius, Aquarius ... AquariuSSS!!!!

Feb 4 & 5?

this was the projected day of the official Dawning of the Aquarius Age ... he knows people born on that day ... I've been waiting for 45 years to meet one of those ...

Aragorn
11th February 2021, 23:05
This is the day of the Age of Aquarius, Aquarius ... AquariuSSS!!!!

Feb 4 & 5?

this was the projected day of the official Dawning of the Aquarius Age ... he knows people born on that day ... I've been waiting for 45 years to meet one of those ...

I thought the start of the Age of Aquarius was 21.12.2012? :hmm:

Chuckie
11th February 2021, 23:17
It changed over time and was almost a matter of who/whom had the more respected reputation. The true sign of the actual beginning of an age is when the conjuctions occur involving the majority of the traditional planetary group.

Catsquotl
11th February 2021, 23:49
Strictly speaking the age of aquarius won't start until somewhere around 2450 give or take.


Indian astrology deals with this problem by using the Sidereal zodiac which is centred on the stars themselves. It starts at 0 Aries and from there, the rest of the zodiac is divided into equal chunks of 30 degrees each. So even here, the constellations don’t quite line up with the signs, and you’ve also got to define exactly where 0 Aries falls.

This is done using the ayanamsa, which means ‘part of a path’, to determine the distance between 0 tropical Aries (the vernal point) and 0 sidereal Aries. There are multiple ways of doing this, so again, there are no easy answers. One example is given on the Astrology Podcast by Kenneth Miller which gives the start date for the Age of Aquarius as 2,467, give or take 50 years. Listen https://media.blubrry.com/astrologypodcast/p/content.blubrry.com/astrologypodcast/astrologypodcast-ep101.mp3 to find out more.

If we take actual constellation size it won't start untill the 2600's

Other than the popular song from Hair. The age of aquarius as viewed semi-scientific has nothing to do with planets in signs, but with the precession of the equinoxes.
That said. 6 planets in aquarius is something special and does signify/starts of a timespan of few decades, especially since the jupiter/saturn conjunction of december.

Also for an older look on aquarius. stripped from the modern rebelious connotations listen the above podcast around the 1:09 mark. for a list of hellenistic significations

Elen
12th February 2021, 08:41
It changed over time and was almost a matter of who/whom had the more respected reputation. The true sign of the actual beginning of an age is when the conjuctions occur involving the majority of the traditional planetary group.

I think we should study people's behavior rather than dates. We're not there yet...but when we have a renaissance of sorts...we shall see. :love:

Chuckie
12th February 2021, 13:21
My assumption was always that the precession is what precipitates the planetary conjunction in the astrological sign. And that was the 'symbolic' beginning of the age?

Wind
16th February 2021, 12:10
I thought the start of the Age of Aquarius was 21.12.2012? :hmm:

You should look up the other astrology thread about the Aquarian age (https://jandeane81.com/showthread.php/13550-Robert-Wilkinson-The-Grand-Mutation-of-2020-Two-centuries-of-radical-change?p=842032484&viewfull=1#post842032484).


Are We Entering the Age of Aquarius? (https://www.aquariuspapers.com/astrology/2020/12/are-we-entering-the-age-of-aquarius.html)

by Robert Wilkinson

Yes, but while we approach the threshold, we’re not there yet! We are now in a transitional Era which is a blend of the old and the new, the established and the innovative, the traditional and the progressive.

A while back I did two articles about this transitional period, and why we’re not yet fully in the Age of Aquarius. As I mentioned in the article on the Grand Mutation, it takes many hundreds of years to move from an old Great Age to a new Great Age, due to the span of Cosmic Time we’re referencing. A Great Age doesn’t begin or end on a given day. Any transition between Ages requires a vaster view of the length of time it takes to move fully out of an old Age into a new Age.

So today, I’ll reprint parts of those two articles, with links so if you’re interested you can read the whole thing in context. We’ll begin with

Are We In The Age of Pisces Or Have We Begun The Age of Aquarius?

If we conservatively estimate that the first 3 degrees of a sign and the last 3 degrees of the preceding sign represent a transition period, then if each degree equals approximately 72 years, then we're looking at a transition period of about 432 years. Even if we shorten the transition to 2 degrees exiting and entering signs, we're still looking at about 288 years defining the heart of any transitional period. So transitional eras between Ages can last 300 to 400 years!

H.P. Blavatsky offered us in her masterwork The Secret Doctrine that in humanity’s past, the overlap between Root Races and subraces lasted in some cases for many thousands of years. Proportionally, that would probably hold true for the smaller time cycles we call the Great Ages within the “Circumpolar Cycle” of 26,000 years. She makes it clear that in any transitional era, there will be those who cling to old ways of thinking who exist simultaneously with those who represent the new Era.

Remember, given human nature, it’s not like everyone on Earth immediately changes their way of relating to consciousness, life, matter, and human existence when a larger shift is going on. Even now we have 19th century thinkers insisting their values should be more important than 21st century necessities.

That means even when we finally “enter the Age of Aquarius” there will still be many alive on Earth with Age of Pisces consciousness. It could take as long as another century before the current consensus reality agreement is extinct, and Aquarian approaches and values are accepted as a universal norm.

Awakening to A New Dream

... If Uranus awakens us to a Transpersonal individuality, Neptune “dreams” us into a new Transpersonal collective awareness. During the time Uranus was awakening new Aquarian energies in each of us, Neptune began its transit of Aquarius. From early 1998 through early 2012, Neptune weaved and blended that awakened Aquarian energy into the holographic matrix of both collective consciousness as well as the collective unconscious. When Pluto eventually crosses those same points, it will awaken the seeds of the Aquarian era, which will look very differently than most 20th century thinkers suspect.

Still, because these Transpersonal planets represent the invisible long wave transformational energies of Spirit, all of this momentous activity in Aquarius is just a prelude to the next Great Age of 2100+ years, which will take clearer shape in the world as Jupiter and Saturn move through that sign in 2020-2023, setting structures and opening pathways in Aquarius which Pluto will begin to give life to in March 2023 when it enters Aquarius for the first time since it last left that sign in December 1798. After those Plutonic seeds have sprouted and been purified between 2023 and 2043, we shall see even newer Aquarian structures and efforts when Saturn again transits Aquarius beginning 2050.

In the next article in this series, we’ll discuss more about the Neptune and Pluto transits in Aquarius, and how we have holographically molded the collective future through our dreams during the time of Neptune in Aquarius, preparing us for the exciting prototypical Aquarian sub-era we’ll be going through over the next 25 years!

Uranus Awakened the Age of Aquarius, Neptune Dreamed It Into Collective Consciousness, and Pluto Will Sprout It Into Life

As I just gave you, we began to move into the transition zone leading us out of the Age of Pisces about 240 years ago, around the time of Uranus' discovery, the American and French Revolutions, and the end of the "divine right" of kings, queens, and the priesthood that allowed them to believe they were better than the rest of humanity. Every generation since then has lived in the current “Age in Transition,” with conflicting signals between the inertia of old Piscean belief systems and emergent Aquarian ideals associated with “Enlightenment thinking.”

Because we all have been and will be living our lives entirely within the larger transitional era, many things will seem uncertain. There will be many emergent ideas which are mere “bridge forms” and only serve to coax future developments to come forth. We know we are in “the in-betweens” of the old Piscean era with its superstitions and obsolete belief systems and the new Aquarian era which will focus on the ideal of the greatest good for the greatest number.

As the old Piscean patterns are not yet dead, it means we’ll confront many older ways which are dying a slow death even as we experience prototypical Aquarian manifestations of things we have never dreamed of. How much we experience both entirely depends on our state of consciousness. Many are confused because they are experiencing both, with conflict between points of view which are wildly divergent. This is where grounding in the NOW can give us perspective about the fading nightmare being the illusion and the global awareness of our Oneness becoming stronger every day.

The qualities of the coming Era are in fact entirely different than the dying one. The synthesizing quality of the Fixed Air of Aquarius is a much different energy than the restless ambiguity of the Mutable Water of Pisces. Aquarius is clear; Pisces is murky. Both are totally identified with collective consciousness, but the collective belief systems of the past 2000 years are inadequate to further the advances in human awareness and consciousness which have been patterns established in collective consciousness with the transits of Uranus and Neptune through Aquarius.

And so in our Age in Transition, while we are on the threshold of the Age of Aquarius, it’s going to be a while before we will finally bid adieu to the old, rapidly-fading Age of Pisces. The good news is that those who have learned to tune into the coming global awareness these past 25 years are actually participating in strengthening the approach of the coming era by embodying facets of that awareness in their lives.

From another part of that article:

What was awakened by Uranus and “tag teamed” into collective consciousness by Neptune will begin to sprout into widespread global transformative pulses beginning in 2023 and intensify in 2024 with Pluto’s entry into Aquarius. This marks the advent of the "Spring of the 21st Century," when Pluto will activate the seeds of the coming era. The last time Pluto transited Aquarius was the beginning of this transitional era between Great Ages about 240 years ago, and like then, we confront the edge of a huge historical shift in mass consciousness which completely transformed humanity.

All the Aquarian patterns were re-set with the latest Uranus and Neptune transits of Aquarius at the end of the 20th and beginning of the 21st centuries. Saturn will soon give us brand new structures as it makes its first transit of Aquarius in this new Uranus/Neptune awakened Aquarian dream. These will be the structures which Pluto will use to begin a new 250 year Aquarian era after it enters that sign in 2023 and stays through 2044.

As I’ve mentioned in previous articles, in the “century cycle” each century has 4 “seasons.” The first 25 years are the “Winter” of a century, while the second 25 years are the “Spring” of that century. So when Pluto enters Aquarius, it will launch the “Spring” of the 21st century, when collectively we shall awaken from the “Winter” of 2000-2025, and see the growth of what this coming century is all about. It will certainly be a welcome change from the barrenness of what has been and is, and will be a period where much that is good will be redeemed from the wreckage of the destroyed failed systems we presently live within.

During that season of 2025-2050, Pluto will reawaken the seeds of Life-Light that humanity is in its collective nature, and we shall see things not dreamed of in hundreds, if not thousands, of years. The collective will become aware of things that up to now have been revolutionary ideas and ideals dreamed and revealed by the trailblazers who have tuned into the Uranian and Neptunian patterns.

As befits the qualities of Aquarius (and coincidentally, the dawning Dwapara Yuga, or the “Age of Electromagnetic Remembrance”), new forms will show us new ways of being alive and using the miraculous electromagnetic principles of creation to bring forth a much more effective and loving way of being Spirits in this material world. We will re-discover miracles of how the natural world works, and find solutions to everything that plagues humanity.

By all means, check out the whole articles, as there’s a lot more valuable information about our Age in Transition!

Wind
17th February 2021, 14:00
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Wind
10th March 2021, 04:30
This is audio only, long one too (~ 1 hour 18 mins).

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Wind
22nd March 2021, 19:05
These aren't exactly about astrology, but I'll post them here anyways. (Length total ~ 45 mins)

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Wind
31st March 2021, 12:15
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Wind
1st September 2021, 19:22
It's been a long while since Steve has posted any videos to his channel.

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Octopus Garden
1st September 2021, 21:40
Thanks Wind, I think I will watch right now. Seems to be a certain amount happening with Venus and Libra right now. I am a Libra. What are you?? I guess a Pisces.

Wind
1st September 2021, 21:50
I'm very Virgo sprinkled with some Leo aspects to counter that, birthday coming in mid September. :)

Chuckie
1st September 2021, 21:59
I'm a Capricorn/Aquarius ... Libra/Scorpio rising ... Venus, Moon, and Mars in Pisces my 5th house... I think it is why I like children and can deal with small animals. Pisces in general is prone to dissipation and I've been known to be dissipated on occasion. :)

Octopus Garden
1st September 2021, 22:04
I'm very Virgo sprinkled with some Leo aspects to counter that, birthday coming in mid September. :)

My husband and brother are both Virgos born in August, so very similar. Virgos are mentally very active, I find.

Octopus Garden
1st September 2021, 22:17
I'm a Capricorn/Aquarius ... Libra/Scorpio rising ... Venus, Moon, and Mars in Pisces my 5th house... I think it is why I like children and can deal with small animals. Pisces in general is prone to dissipation and I've been known to be dissipated on occasion. :)

Beast, you have a detailed description of what you are. Interesting.

Wind
1st September 2021, 22:26
Virgos are mentally very active, I find.

Far too much I would say as sometimes being too analytical can exhaust you... I don't like having mild OCD, besides having a different wiring (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-functioning_autism). But maybe it's not just a Virgo thing to have a brain like that. I wonder where you got the Pisces thing? I almost have none of that on my chart! My Sun sign, Mercury and Venus are in Virgo. Moon, Ascending and Jupiter are in Leo. If someone knows their astrology, that alone might tell too much.

"Sun sign is the inner self, Ascendant is your behaviour as seen by others, and the ruler of the Ascendant (interesting additional pieces of information about the style of your personality). These descriptions alone cover nearly a third or a half of your psychological signature, depending on your natal chart characteristics." "Your moon sign controls all of your subconscious. Where as your star sign rules over your day-to-day mannerisms, your moon sign is your soul. It presides over your emotions, subconscious and your true spirit."

Chuckie
1st September 2021, 23:15
Beast, you have a detailed description of what you are. Interesting.
Hi OG, not really, I started studying Astrology when I was about 16-17. I did a term paper on it in of all things a Calculus class... Got an A ... the only one ever ... :)

Octopus Garden
2nd September 2021, 17:26
Wind, I don't know much about astrology. I figure anyone who is sensitive (not weak) is a Pisces. Obviously that can't be the case.

read somewhere that people who fall within a few days before and after my birth have a natural gift for deception and are the most cool and calculating people on the planet. And its not about hurting anybody, its about finding out where the soft spots of a truly evil person are and manipulating along the fault lines of their personality. I've only done this once and to great effect.

People say you can't possibly successfully seek revenge,(justice) on a narcissistic psycopath. But you can if you can use their own ego against them. They are very conscious of their deeds and their intent, but their ego produces huge blind spots that provide cover for those seeking justice. They can feel humiliation if they feel beaten, like they have lost a game.

It was all written in the stars and perhaps took place over several lifetimes. I wasn't thrilled to read I was born in a narrow quadrant of the most potentially devious people but if its true, it came in handy. Would I act deceptively again to anybody. No. I promised my guides.

Wind
2nd September 2021, 18:40
People say you can't possibly successfully seek revenge, (justice) on a narcissistic psycopath. But you can if you can use their own ego against them. They are very conscious of their deeds and their intent, but their ego produces huge blind spots that provide cover for those seeking justice. They can feel humiliation if they feel beaten, like they have lost a game.

Yes, that is correct. They are highly intelligent, but their pride and ego also blinds them for seeing all angles. In their sense of superiority they actually think that they know it better than anyone else, but they still lack some key insights, perhaps sometimes into their own condition too. When a narcissist knows that you know, then their narcissistic rage might be unleashed. They hate it when someone actually sees through their false self, the mask. The inner core is rotten and rather... Dark.

Since you mentioned narcissistic psychopaths, you should look up this young guru-wannabe called Bentinho Massaro. He is one and just by looking at his words people could be easily deceived, as many have been. I have feeling that Teal Swan is on the same tribe as the vibe is the same, she's not necessarily a narcissistic psychopath though, but she is an opportunist with some personality disorder vibes. I would stay so far away from types like that, but they know how to use seduction and neat words to pull wool over people's eyes sadly.

I have always been very sensitive and that has opened broader doors of perception for me. What's my Achilles' heel? Probably my sensitivity and taking offense at some times, earlier I used to be way more naive and socially inept too so people could in some sense take advantage of that kindness and didn't appreciate me for what I was, but there is no room for that kind of behaviour in my life anymore. I have a temper too, but it's contained for the most part. People barely ever get to see the passion which is looming inside me. I have a lot of pride, but not in the narcissistic sense. I have pride in my integrity, honor, sense of justice and compassion.

Honor is everything, death compared to losing your honor is nothing. So many people gain the world, but lose their souls. As far I can see, they're already walking corpses. I just want to be free, treat others with the kidness and respect they deserve. Everyone should be treated kindly, but it can be a struggle when this world has it's armies of assholes too. The other "selves" are still part of you, part of Creation and Creator. They reflect something back at you. That's where the real test lies, how you treat your fellow man when the going gets rough.

Chuckie
2nd September 2021, 21:28
Wind, I don't know much about astrology. I figure anyone who is sensitive (not weak) is a Pisces. Obviously that can't be the case.

read somewhere that people who fall within a few days before and after my birth have a natural gift for deception and are the most cool and calculating people on the planet. And its not about hurting anybody, its about finding out where the soft spots of a truly evil person are and manipulating along the fault lines of their personality. I've only done this once and to great effect.

People say you can't possibly successfully seek revenge,(justice) on a narcissistic psycopath. But you can if you can use their own ego against them. They are very conscious of their deeds and their intent, but their ego produces huge blind spots that provide cover for those seeking justice. They can feel humiliation if they feel beaten, like they have lost a game.

It was all written in the stars and perhaps took place over several lifetimes. I wasn't thrilled to read I was born in a narrow quadrant of the most potentially devious people but if its true, it came in handy. Would I act deceptively again to anybody. No. I promised my guides.

Nah, that's not true OG, unless you have a 'Gemini' moon. Which the few days before and after hints at that. Libras are as honest as the day is long. Though they might tend to exploit their natural charm. Pisces can be very weak depending on the natal chart aspects ... That notion is based on a general tendency to 'dissipation'. If one could call drug addicts, alcoholics, etc weak. Pisces are very 'sensitive' and depending again on a person's natal chart can be beyond 'sensitive'. The negative bounce of that is 'fantasy prone', 'woolgathering' and possibly worse. Virgos are in a word, 'organized', 'sticklers for details' and make excellent actuaries (that's a joke). Let's call them 'bean counters'. They are usually very steady don't vacillate much.

That's today's lesson folks ... :) People with 'Scorpio' influences can be, well, difficult. :)

Aragorn
3rd September 2021, 01:21
Libras are as honest as the day is long.

That has not been my experience. In fact, many of the Libras I've known are/were quite manipulative.


Though they might tend to exploit their natural charm.

Most of the manipulative ones I've known did not use their charm to get what they wanted. Some were actually quite rude and dictatorial. But it was manipulation and deceit nevertheless.


Pisces are very 'sensitive' and depending again on a person's natal chart can be beyond 'sensitive'. The negative bounce of that is 'fantasy prone', 'woolgathering' and possibly worse.

Yes, that is correct. I don't know too many Pisces, but the ones I know match that description.


People with 'Scorpio' influences can be, well, difficult. :)

I'm an Aries with Scorpio rising, and I can be easygoing, but I also know what I want and what I don't want. And, I've got OCD. I guess that would qualify me as "difficult". :p

Wind
3rd September 2021, 02:44
I'm not sure if I have ever been dealing with Libras much, none come to my mind. Scorpios on the other hand...

My brother is one. Father is Aries. Headbutting there has been. Every family member is actually a different sign.

Chuckie
4th September 2021, 11:09
That has not been my experience. In fact, many of the Libras I've known are/were quite manipulative.



Most of the manipulative ones I've known did not use their charm to get what they wanted. Some were actually quite rude and dictatorial. But it was manipulation and deceit nevertheless.



Yes, that is correct. I don't know too many Pisces, but the ones I know match that description.



I'm an Aries with Scorpio rising, and I can be easygoing, but I also know what I want and what I don't want. And, I've got OCD. I guess that would qualify me as "difficult". :p

But there is an entire chart to deal with. Librans born in the last decanate of Libra have characteristics of Geminis. Geminis can be very duplicitous but of course on that scale they are also talented speakers, writers, AND politicians. :) Then there's the moon, rising sign, and other major planetary influences. Statistically two people are born with an identical chart ~ every twenty-five thousand years . a.k.a. a Galactic year.

Scorpio Rising Aragorn ... I hope I don't bring up some bad vibes for you ... My brother is a Scorpio rising, and I was born on the cusp of Libra/Scorpio rising. Two things really smacked me when I was studying. Libra rising have an adoption thing going and Scorpio rising have 'early deaths' in family. Both true in my family's case.

Your Aries and Scorpio have ameliorating influences ... 150 degree aspect ... that's mild ...

Octopus Garden
5th September 2021, 21:03
I am right in the middle of the Libra chart. As far as other Librans go, I know a few. One I know of is basically a good person but not particularly honest and somewhat manipulative. But its all about not ruffling feathers, usually, or working her will to get something she wants but doesn't rise beyond a certain level. She has criticized me for being too open and honest about myself, which she claims leaves the door open for criticism. She has a point there, but I think, on balance, it is better to be authentic and willing to discuss your own flaws, mistakes you've made.

She can lay the charm on with a trowel. The other Librans I know possess varying levels of insincerity. That's the thing, if charm is your thing and if you are also confrontation averse, honesty suffers. That whole Libran diplomacy thing can veil a desire to avoid confrontation.

So, I'd love to agree with you NAP, but think that Aragorn is right.

Signs I would avoid like the plague, in a romantic partner. Leo's. OMG. Total trouble, at least for me.

Aragorn
5th September 2021, 21:54
Signs I would avoid like the plague, in a romantic partner. Leo's. OMG. Total trouble, at least for me.

I'll second that. I had a Leo girlfriend in 1995. She was a certifiable psychopathic narcissist, and every sentence that came out of her mouth started with the pronoun "I". She was cold, inconsiderate, full of herself, exploitative, and a racist too.

Octopus Garden
5th September 2021, 22:04
I'll second that. I had a Leo girlfriend in 1995. She was a certifiable psychopathic narcissist, and every sentence that came out of her mouth started with the pronoun "I". She was cold, inconsiderate, full of herself, exploitative, and a racist too.

I've dated 3 Leos and they were all like that. All ego. Easily offended.

Chuckie
5th September 2021, 23:08
I have a life long friend that is a Leo and he's quite proud of it. He is the most loyal friend I've ever had ... and yeah, plenty of ego.

I had a Libra girlfriend (if one could call her that) for 10 years. Talk about an up and down relationship, it was sheer hell for 10 years. But it was sexually interesting and long lasting. :) One could say she was a 'little' dishonest, but in reality not. We we're both forced into a not completely honest relationship.

Wind
6th September 2021, 11:21
I could not imagine myself dating a Leo, they have always rubbed me the wrong way in that sense.

As a Virgo I'm like the polar opposite of that. Yet I have those Leo aspects in my chart too!

Chuckie
6th September 2021, 14:26
I could not imagine myself dating a Leo, they have always rubbed me the wrong way in that sense.

As a Virgo I'm like the polar opposite of that. Yet I have those Leo aspects in my chart too!

yeah, your comment about family astrological differences struck me as unusual. Almost always if you look deeper into a family's chart you'll find many similarities. My daughter is a bit of an exception in that regard. If i remember correctly she doesn't match me or her mother really closely. In fact, as she was growing up I use to call her 'opposite baby' because I was always trying to make her happy with with outing suggestions that I knew she liked and everytime I suggested one she wanted to do something else, hence ... opposite baby ... :)


turns out she is the same sign "Sagittarius" as my shrink bio-sister. :)

Wind
6th September 2021, 16:34
I'm the different one in family or the spiritual one. My mother is Sagittarius, father Aries. Older brothers are Scorpio and Capricorn.

Chuckie
7th September 2021, 00:59
I'm the different one in family or the spiritual one. My mother is Sagittarius, father Aries. Older brothers are Scorpio and Capricorn.

not such an odd one out, really, Virgo is compatible with Scorpio and Capricorn, your mother and dad are compatible as Sagittarius and Aries ... Capricorn and Aries might be the most challenging but of course it depends on a lot of other things in the chart. Capricorns tend to be respectful of tradition and hierarchy though. Scorpio could be a little too 'wise' for an Aries father. Sagittarians tend to start life as very spiritual but tend to lose it over time, which kind of always struck me as odd, really because ... well just because. I don't believe that if one has the 'spark' of spirituality that they would lose it. What was the words of that song: It's all in your head she said to me. My stepmother and another life long friend were Sagittarians ... same birth day in fact. When my daughter was born I was sweating it that she might be born the same day as my stepmother and I didn't want to deal with that. :). My Sagittarian friend was a compulsive liar, not malicious, just compulsive. Didn't have a lot of strong moral fiber actually. More than a few of my friends had that problem.

Wind
7th September 2021, 02:55
As years have passed I have been dealing less and less with my brothers, we used to be quite close once. Scorpio was always a teaser with me and difficult with parents earlier, but other than things were swell with us. No real animosity ever as family is what really matters. My Scorpio brother has always been musical and artistic, but also doesn’t think that much outside the box which has made deep talks nearly impossible. He’s very much ”a science man” and I believe in the scientific method too of course, but it’s not enough for me. He has had no room for religion, alternative thinking or such in his life. I think he barely knows what I might think about such issues, I have never talked about it openly.

With my parents I have been a bit more open, but they’re still old school lutheran Christians with their own belief systems, for example believing in reincarnation is a step too far for them and I can understand it. They are ready to entertain new thoughts and ideas, especially my father, but he doesn’t vibe well with new spiritual ideas which would conflict with his childhood teachings. He did surprise me by getting into reiki healing training two decades ago though. I don’t know if it’s just my father or if it’s an Aries thing, but he is really rigid and has strong stances with his stubborn ego. Because I am stubborn too there can be intellectual clashes quite often. Because of the kindness of my mother it has been easy for me to be more close with her.


My Sagittarian friend was a compulsive liar, not malicious, just compulsive. Didn't have a lot of strong moral fiber actually. More than a few of my friends had that problem.

I always had an issue with lying and immoral acts, because I am all about the truth. I had a good childhood friend who was a compulsive liar and as a child I wondered why he had to lie and confabulate so much, it just seemed ridiculous. I can’t remember when he was born.

Dreamtimer
7th September 2021, 14:59
I'm a libra, for those who don't know/recall. I'm the 21st, so near but not on the cusp.

I'm not manipulative, and that's because I have no desire to be. I don't want to be manipulated, I resent that greatly. It's disrespectful. And I don't want to do it and be that kind of person.

I feel strongly about justice, so much so that this world can be quite maddening. The amount of injustice is outrageous. But what can one person do? For me, that amounts to raising my son well so that I put a good person into the world. And keeping my husband on a positive track.

He has the potential to be incredibly manipulative and I just don't play that game. As he doesn't actually want to be a manipulative person, it works out well.

He's a gemini and boy can he go from one mood to another at the drop of a hat, before it's even hit the floor.

That is a supreme challenge. I have to maintain a clear head and not let my emotions get too intense. Not easy for sure.

Our son is also a Gemini but he's the end of May, my hubby is late June.


Do planets have their own signs? Do they have their own astrology?

Wind
7th September 2021, 15:04
I've known some Gemini's, they're as intellectual if not more than Virgo's - Mercury is the ruling planet with those signs and it has a lot to do with communication (skills), but also because of their dual nature they're scattered and all over the place. I have Mars in Gemini (https://www.liveabout.com/mars-in-gemini-mars-signs-207221) and because of that I have my mind interested in one thing for a while and then I will be doing something else. Hard to stay focused at times when my mind can be all over the place, but then again also when I get focused with something I tend to be hyper or laser-focused on the topic or issue at hand if it's my passion or interest, I can be perhaps even too focused at times. Actually my two nieces are both Gemini's born in June and my nephew is a late Leo. They're very distinct personalities all, but it is still hard to say how they will be as adults.

Chuckie
7th September 2021, 17:57
I'm a libra, for those who don't know/recall. I'm the 21st, so near but not on the cusp.

I'm not manipulative, and that's because I have no desire to be. I don't want to be manipulated, I resent that greatly. It's disrespectful. And I don't want to do it and be that kind of person.

I feel strongly about justice, so much so that this world can be quite maddening. The amount of injustice is outrageous. But what can one person do? For me, that amounts to raising my son well so that I put a good person into the world. And keeping my husband on a positive track.

He has the potential to be incredibly manipulative and I just don't play that game. As he doesn't actually want to be a manipulative person, it works out well.

He's a gemini and boy can he go from one mood to another at the drop of a hat, before it's even hit the floor.

That is a supreme challenge. I have to maintain a clear head and not let my emotions get too intense. Not easy for sure.

Our son is also a Gemini but he's the end of May, my hubby is late June.


Do planets have their own signs? Do they have their own astrology?

yes but they have changed over time DT, take Venus for example, it was at one time the ruling planet of both Libra and Pisces. After the discovery of Neptune it gained dominance over Pisces and Libra had Venus all to itself. Aquarius was once dominated by Saturn (As well as Capricorn) but with the discovery of Uranus it got Aquarius and Saturn was forced to bother Capricorns alone. Things have since changed with some of the later additions. e.g. Ceres ... I don't really like the 'convenient' metamorphoses... but such is life. The bottom line is that all astrological influences (according to the astro-bible) are symbolic. It tends to be a little loosey-goosey for me. I am most assuredly a traditionalist in that regard.

Wind
7th September 2021, 18:38
I'm not that well-versed in astrology, but I always find it interesting how some planets vibe much better with some signs.

For example Leo is ruled (https://repeller.com/ruling-planets-and-what-they-mean-for-you-according-to-the-zodiac/) by Sun and you coud say that Sun is very significant, because it is our Logos, giver and taker of life it and defines our sun signs obviously. "The sun represents the self, the core principles of our being that make up who we are." No wonder about the self-obsession with Leos. Some other examples here:

Aries - Ruling Planet: Mars

"Aries, as the first sign of the zodiac, you’re the eldest child in this family. You set the pace while the rest of the world plays catch-up. The sheer force of your determination and drive gets you where you need to go, and fast. Simply put, you’re a warrior. It makes sense, then, that Aries is ruled by Mars, the planet of action and, according to ancient Roman mythology, the God of War. Mars is all about energy, passion and self-starting, leaving Aries with an inherent, undeniable confidence. Not only do you know you’ll get the job done, but you’re sure there’s nobody better suited for it. That’s Mars talking."

Libra - Ruling Planet: Venus

"Another diplomatic sharer, you share your ruling planet, Venus, with Taurus. For you, Libra, Venus comes through in your deep commitment to balance and partnership. Venus’ influence makes you value harmony in both yourself and your relationships. You’re a natural mediator; you appreciate fairness and honesty while working hard to protect those you love. Your relationships mean a lot to you. You take pride in being a good friend and partner and look for those qualities in others."

Scorpio - Ruling Planet: Pluto

"Scorpio, you have a dark side. Maybe this is because you’re ruled by Pluto, the small but mighty planet orbiting farthest from the sun. Pluto is associated with darkness, the subconscious, death and rebirth. Not exactly lighthearted stuff. But you don’t like when things are lighthearted; you crave mystery and intensity. Pluto plays a part in your never-ending fascination with all things hush-hush and underground. This ability to get in touch with your unconscious self makes you one of the most powerful signs in the zodiac."

Then there are the elements (https://www.thecut.com/article/how-to-understand-every-zodiac-sign-by-element.html) too of course.

"The signs are grouped into four elements — fire, water, earth, and air — with three signs in each. The fire signs (Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius) are bold, brash, creative, and daring; they can burn too brightly, though, and their tempers run hot. The water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces) are emotional, intuitive, and deeply in touch with their subconscious. At times, they can get overwhelmed in feeling. The air signs (Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius) are communicative, sharp, and intellectual, but also prone to overindulging in fantasy and theory. The earth signs (Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn) are solid and practical, but also sensual and drawn to material goods. They can be stubborn and unyielding."

Chuckie
7th September 2021, 20:19
I'm not that well-versed in astrology, but I always find it interesting how some planets vibe much better with some signs.

For example Leo is ruled (https://repeller.com/ruling-planets-and-what-they-mean-for-you-according-to-the-zodiac/) by Sun and you coud say that Sun is very significant, because it is our Logos, giver and taker of life it and defines our sun signs obviously. "The sun represents the self, the core principles of our being that make up who we are." No wonder about the self-obsession with Leos. Some other examples here:

Aries - Ruling Planet: Mars

"Aries, as the first sign of the zodiac, you’re the eldest child in this family. You set the pace while the rest of the world plays catch-up. The sheer force of your determination and drive gets you where you need to go, and fast. Simply put, you’re a warrior. It makes sense, then, that Aries is ruled by Mars, the planet of action and, according to ancient Roman mythology, the God of War. Mars is all about energy, passion and self-starting, leaving Aries with an inherent, undeniable confidence. Not only do you know you’ll get the job done, but you’re sure there’s nobody better suited for it. That’s Mars talking."

Libra - Ruling Planet: Venus

"Another diplomatic sharer, you share your ruling planet, Venus, with Taurus. For you, Libra, Venus comes through in your deep commitment to balance and partnership. Venus’ influence makes you value harmony in both yourself and your relationships. You’re a natural mediator; you appreciate fairness and honesty while working hard to protect those you love. Your relationships mean a lot to you. You take pride in being a good friend and partner and look for those qualities in others."

Scorpio - Ruling Planet: Pluto

"Scorpio, you have a dark side. Maybe this is because you’re ruled by Pluto, the small but mighty planet orbiting farthest from the sun. Pluto is associated with darkness, the subconscious, death and rebirth. Not exactly lighthearted stuff. But you don’t like when things are lighthearted; you crave mystery and intensity. Pluto plays a part in your never-ending fascination with all things hush-hush and underground. This ability to get in touch with your unconscious self makes you one of the most powerful signs in the zodiac."

Then there are the elements (https://www.thecut.com/article/how-to-understand-every-zodiac-sign-by-element.html) too of course.

"The signs are grouped into four elements — fire, water, earth, and air — with three signs in each. The fire signs (Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius) are bold, brash, creative, and daring; they can burn too brightly, though, and their tempers run hot. The water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces) are emotional, intuitive, and deeply in touch with their subconscious. At times, they can get overwhelmed in feeling. The air signs (Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius) are communicative, sharp, and intellectual, but also prone to overindulging in fantasy and theory. The earth signs (Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn) are solid and practical, but also sensual and drawn to material goods. They can be stubborn and unyielding."

I forgot about Taurus and Libra ... yeah, similar ... I'm wondering about Venus ... I'll bet Taurus has been replaced by Ceres or some such this or that.

There are also:
Cardinal signs: Capricorn at the Midheaven (the biggest and the baddest) :) Aries, Cancer, Libra, Capricorn.

The cardinal signs are the frontrunners of the zodiac universe as they initiate the beginning of the four seasons. They are known as visionary leaders and self-starters. You can identify these signs with their dynamic behavior and go-getter attitude. These signs can be seen weaving a plan to achieve the impossible, however, their goals can be self-oriented.

Each of these four zodiac signs has different areas of implementing their leadership skills, even though they inadvertently want to be the first to initiate or kickstart a project. However, what they lack is the stability to follow through their actions and hence may need to be paired with a fixed sign for more balance in their approach.

Fixed signs: Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, Aquarius​

This one is a no-brainer. As the name suggests, the fixed signs of the zodiac universe are immovable, fixated and can also be stubborn. They are the “doers” of the zodiac lot and work really hard to carry out the ideas or vision shared by the cardinal signs.

Not a fan of change or unnecessary shifts in plans, they are known to have a grounding and constant energy. They are inherently loyal and stick through a plan, no matter how many hurdles they face in the way. However, they can also be unreasonably stubborn with their approach and even inflexible at times. The good news is that if you have a fixed sign in your life, you have a trustworthy and loyal confidant for life.

​Mutable signs: Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces

These are the signs that end the four seasons and are more flexible and comfortable with changes in life when compared to other zodiac signs. Just like cardinal signs are the starters, the fixed signs are the doers, the mutable signs can be rightly called the finished of the lot.

Since they come at the end of every season, they know a change is coming and are ready to adapt themselves for the same. These sun signs tend to view things from multiple angles and perspectives, however, it often leaves them a tad bit confused as well.

They are also highly impressionable signs, meaning that they tend to absorb the characteristics of people they spend most of their time with. Most of all, they are non-judgmental people and a little wiser than the cardinal and fixed signs as they know that change is the only constant in life and things don’t always go as per our plans.

Wind
10th September 2021, 18:00
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Wind
14th September 2021, 12:50
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Chuckie
14th September 2021, 22:16
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The outer planets are known to be more generational affective. Not individuals. But their position in houses and aspects to each other can have an influence.

Sun, Moon, and rising signs take precedence during different stages of life. Sun/Character, Moon/Personality, Rising sign/can't remember ... but I think life's direction (superego).


Hidden agendas revealed, truth revealed, etc ...for Steve's prediction.

Wind
19th September 2021, 16:00
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Dreamtimer
21st September 2021, 14:28
It's interesting seeing Steve being cagey about his wording regarding pandemics and personal health. He says to trust your instincts, your body, and talks of trusting his immune system.

I've heard the instincts and body thing for years.

But there's this new phrase now, "trust your immune system", that's become a kind of catch phrase with hidden meaning.

Does he mean he doesn't want/have/trust the vaccine? Even the standard viral vector one?

Who knows?

Is it code or just good advice?


I had a friend tell me he trusts his immune system. He's a pretty strong guy. (and also arrogant)

I don't hear the reverse side of that coin which is, what will this particular virus do to your body before your immune system finally can win the battle?

Some wars leave utter devastation.

If you can build barricades, trenches, etc., you don't just say, "I trust my guns."

I hope when people trust their immune system they know what they're doing. I don't really see how a person can tell whether they'll be ravaged by the virus or not. It's not like there are genetic indicators. And that's no guarantee in any case.

We have millions of prayer warriors, as they call themselves, here in the states who still were still ravaged and killed by this very nasty virus.

I hope folks can trust their instincts when those instincts say to get the vaccine.

I read folks' posts where they say they don't want to get 'political' and recommend vaccines, or they don't want to be 'weak' and get them. Not really good instincts there.

But I hope for the best for Steve and everyone else.

Wind
30th September 2021, 22:15
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Wind
15th October 2021, 22:11
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Dreamtimer
18th October 2021, 12:14
My family made a big decision right during this time that Steve advised against big decisions.

There was a great deal of stress, upheaval and I'm still not sure they have it worked out. But it should be good in the long term.

Wind
27th October 2021, 15:18
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Dreamtimer
29th October 2021, 13:28
This was funny, from Salt Lake, Utah.

Now that Mercury is no longer in retrograde, here are current vaccinations by sign:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FCFxPq0VIAALTYy?format=jpg&name=medium

What's up with my sign? Too busy weighing pros and cons?

Do the risk analysis and then make the decision already!

Sheesh.

Chuckie
29th October 2021, 13:55
This was funny, from Salt Lake, Utah.

Now that Mercury is no longer in retrograde, here are current vaccinations by sign:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FCFxPq0VIAALTYy?format=jpg&name=medium

What's up with my sign? Too busy weighing pros and cons?

Do the risk analysis and then make the decision already!

Sheesh.

Interesting but I'm not sure it is accurate. For starters, I would swap Capricorn and Aries ... :)

Chuckie
29th October 2021, 22:34
Interesting but I'm not sure it is accurate. For starters, I would swap Capricorn and Aries ... :)

This looks legit. I have a theory. First, I wonder when they aggregated the data? If it was after the initial release of vaccines and when the general public was eligible was in the April-May time frame. Many people who turned age 65 in March-April would have been the 1st mass group of people eligible for vaccination. A high percentage of people would have had birthdays in late March thru April.

heeheeeheeee. Aries' are never ahead of Capricorns. :)

Wind
1st November 2021, 20:50
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4th November 2021, 17:03
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Wind
13th December 2021, 22:38
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Wind
15th December 2021, 15:30
Nice thumbnail, I suppose Steve is already evolving.

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Wind
22nd December 2021, 09:39
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25th December 2021, 13:15
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28th December 2021, 14:50
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Wind
31st December 2021, 17:09
Steve also has the yearly forecasts for all the zodiac signs on his channel once again.

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Wind
2nd February 2022, 11:16
Steve is back with these three videos.

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Wind
16th February 2022, 09:33
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Aianawa
22nd February 2022, 03:30
He is good Wind, very imo.

Wind
22nd February 2022, 14:56
He indeed is.

Chuckie
23rd February 2022, 22:10
Putin's Natal Chart:

SUN
LIBRA, 13°50'58"
TWELFTH HOUSE
The sun determines your ego, identity, and "role" in life. It's the core of who you are, and is the sign you're most likely to already know. Your Sun is in Libra, meaning you are fundamentally oriented towards fairness and justice. Your always-generous relativism allows you to see both sides of every situation, though this may sometimes come off as indecisive or insecure. You don't get tied down to a single view of things—you frequently question yourself and rethink your views; you're more impressionable than you appear. You do what you say and can get a lot done. Typically well-dressed. It's in your twelfth house, meaning you feel the need to distinguish yourself from others through privacy, secrets, and introspection.

ASCENDANT
SCORPIO, 7°36'58"
FIRST HOUSE
Your ascendant is the "mask" you present to people. It can be seen in your personal style and how you come off to people when you first meet. Some say it becomes less relevant as you get older. It changes every two hours, so if it doesn't make sense, reconfirm your birth time to be sure. Your Ascendant is in Scorpio, meaning you come across as passionate, incisive, cunning, strategic, and perceptive. Your intense and tenacious drive comes off as intimidating and powerful if not malicious or aggressive.

MOON
GEMINI, 1°48'5"
SEVENTH HOUSE
The moon rules your emotions, moods, and feelings. This is likely the sign you most think of yourself as, since it reflects your personality when you're alone or deeply comfortable. Your Moon is in Gemini, meaning your emotional self is often restless and unsettled. You're extremely adaptable, which sometimes makes you feel pulled in too many directions. You are easily bored and need to feel like you are free to be creative and create meaning, which can make you feel like you're in a constant identity crisis. It's in your seventh house, meaning you find security and safety through close relationships and long-term partnerships.

MERCURY
LIBRA, 23°2'30"
TWELFTH HOUSE
Mercury determines how you communicate, talk, think, and process information. It also indicates how you learn. It is the mind's planet. Your Mercury is in Libra, meaning your intellect sees both sides to every situation. You're a charming and diplomatic relativist, searching for balance in every set of ideas, though this may come off as insincere or indecisive. It's in your twelfth house, meaning you are curious about and inclined to analyze your secrets, dreams, and mental health.

VENUS
SCORPIO, 11°36'16"
FIRST HOUSE
Venus determines how and what you love. It indicates how you express affection and the qualities you're attracted to. Your Venus is in Scorpio, meaning your romantic side is mysterious, passionate, and seductive. The intense depths of your devotion make for a mad and boundless love, though they may sometimes mutate into suspicion, jealousy, and cruelty, making your love life somewhat tumultuous. It's in your first house, meaning that for you, love is often expressed in your self and self-image—and, because it's your first house, your Venus in Scorpio is hyper-present in your personality.

MARS
SAGITTARIUS, 26°27'37"
SECOND HOUSE
Mars is the planet of aggression. It determines how you assert yourself, take action, and the energy that surrounds you—particularly in your sex life, your ambitiousness, and when you're angry. Your Mars is in Sagittarius, meaning you assert yourself in a way that pushes boundaries, you easily become impatient and restless, and you push things forward with more vision than thoughtfulness. It's in your second house, meaning you put a lot of energy into money and material possessions.

JUPITER
TAURUS, 19°44'57"
SEVENTH HOUSE
One of the two social planets, Jupiter rules idealism, optimism, and expansion. It's also very philosophical. Your Jupiter is in Taurus, meaning you grow and find understanding through stability, security, and careful thought. It's in your seventh house, meaning you find success through your close relationships and long-term partnerships.

SATURN
LIBRA, 17°26'57"
TWELFTH HOUSE
The other social planet, Saturn rules responsibility, restrictions, limits, boundaries, fears, and self-discipline. Your Saturn is in Libra, meaning you struggle with indecisiveness, passive aggressiveness, and trying to make too many people happy. It's in your twelfth house, meaning you have had difficulties with privacy, secrets, and introspection.

URANUS
CANCER, 18°23'36"
NINTH HOUSE
Uranus stays in each sign for seven years, meaning it rules a generation more than a person. It rules innovation, rebellion, and progress. Your Uranus is in Cancer, meaning other generations are shocked by your generation's tenderness, sentimentality, and sense of care. It's in your ninth house, meaning that for you, this manifests in rebelling against dated expectations about philosophy, faith, education, and politics.

NEPTUNE
LIBRA, 21°9'47"
TWELFTH HOUSE
Neptune stays in each sign for around fourteen years, meaning it rules a generation more than a person. It rules dreams, imagination, and the unconscious. Your Neptune is in Libra, meaning your entire generation finds inspiration through harmony, balance, and seeing both sides to a situation. It's in your twelfth house, meaning that for you, this manifests in your ideal—verging on unrealistic and impractical—about privacy, secrets, and introspection.

PLUTO
LEO, 22°42'59"
NINTH HOUSE
Pluto stays in each sign for up to thirty years, meaning it rules a generation more than a person. It rules power, intensity, obsession, and control. Your Pluto is in Leo, meaning your generation's psyche is comparatively arrogant, egotistical, self-centered, and inattentive. It's in your ninth house, meaning you personally are transforming outdated forms of meaning through philosophy, faith, education, politics, and travel.

TODAY'S TRANSITIONAL EPHEMERIS POSITIONS:


SUN
PISCES, 4°23'16"
SECOND HOUSE
The sun determines your ego, identity, and "role" in life. It's the core of who you are, and is the sign you're most likely to already know. Your Sun is in Pisces, meaning you are fundamentally dreamy, insightful, and in your own world. You exist on a chaotic plane of the divine that is not at all material. Your rich imagination endows you with a strong intuition for hidden emotional currents. When you take offense it is deeply, and you aren't necessarily interested in reconciliation. It's in your second house, meaning you feel the need to distinguish yourself from others through material possessions and security.

ASCENDANT
CAPRICORN, 13°19'23"
FIRST HOUSE
Your ascendant is the "mask" you present to people. It can be seen in your personal style and how you come off to people when you first meet. Some say it becomes less relevant as you get older. It changes every two hours, so if it doesn't make sense, reconfirm your birth time to be sure. Your Ascendant is in Capricorn, meaning you come across as conservative, serious, and rational—perhaps even grave. You seem to make decisions in a responsible, practical, and prudent way. Your ambitions may come off as opportunistic.

MOON
SCORPIO, 22°45'35"
TENTH HOUSE
The moon rules your emotions, moods, and feelings. This is likely the sign you most think of yourself as, since it reflects your personality when you're alone or deeply comfortable. Your Moon is in Scorpio, meaning your emotional self is intense, passionate, and a bit dramatic. You have trouble opening up and letting other people in, and try to keep your intense darker emotions private. You find it difficult to trust others, which means your powers of perception may manifest in suspicion and controlling tendencies. It's in your tenth house, meaning you find security and safety through success and responsibility.

MERCURY
AQUARIUS, 8°50'23"
FIRST HOUSE
Mercury determines how you communicate, talk, think, and process information. It also indicates how you learn. It is the mind's planet. Your Mercury is in Aquarius, meaning your intellect is insightful, unconventional, and super meta. You have a rich imagination that allows you to think in a way that is abstracted from daily life. You enjoy intellectual banter, though you sometimes push your ideas on others. It's in your first house, meaning you are curious about and inclined to analyze your self and self-image—and, because it's your first house, your Mercury in Aquarius is hyper-present in your personality.

VENUS
CAPRICORN, 21°4'8"
FIRST HOUSE
Venus determines how and what you love. It indicates how you express affection and the qualities you're attracted to. Your Venus is in Capricorn, meaning your romantic side is somewhat repressed in the name of responsibility and rationality. Sometimes it seems like you don't care about love. You're extremely cautious and appreciate stability. It's in your first house, meaning that for you, love is often expressed in your self and self-image—and, because it's your first house, your Venus in Capricorn is hyper-present in your personality.

MARS
CAPRICORN, 21°39'18"
FIRST HOUSE
Mars is the planet of aggression. It determines how you assert yourself, take action, and the energy that surrounds you—particularly in your sex life, your ambitiousness, and when you're angry. Your Mars is in Capricorn, meaning you assert yourself in a way that is responsible and efficient, and you think things through very intentionally. Highly motivated by ambition, your rationality sometimes seems soulless. It's in your first house, meaning you put a lot of energy into your self and self-image—and, because it's your first house, your Mars in Capricorn is hyper-present in your personality.

JUPITER
PISCES, 12°26'6"
SECOND HOUSE
One of the two social planets, Jupiter rules idealism, optimism, and expansion. It's also very philosophical. Your Jupiter is in Pisces, meaning you grow and find understanding through empathy, dreaminess, and compassion. It's in your second house, meaning you find success through money and material possessions.

SATURN
AQUARIUS, 18°7'6"
FIRST HOUSE
The other social planet, Saturn rules responsibility, restrictions, limits, boundaries, fears, and self-discipline. Your Saturn is in Aquarius, meaning you struggle with obstinacy, a superiority complex, and being overly detached. It's in your first house, meaning you have had difficulties with your self and self-image—and, because it's your first house, your Saturn in Aquarius is hyper-present in your personality.

URANUS
TAURUS, 11°21'43"
THIRD HOUSE
Uranus stays in each sign for seven years, meaning it rules a generation more than a person. It rules innovation, rebellion, and progress. Your Uranus is in Taurus, meaning other generations are shocked by your generation's decadence, orientation towards security, and stubbornness. It's in your third house, meaning that for you, this manifests in rebelling against dated expectations about the things you know and are familiar with.

NEPTUNE
PISCES, 22°11'28"
SECOND HOUSE
Neptune stays in each sign for around fourteen years, meaning it rules a generation more than a person. It rules dreams, imagination, and the unconscious. Your Neptune is in Pisces, meaning your entire generation finds inspiration through empathy, dreaminess, and compassion. It's in your second house, meaning that for you, this manifests in your ideal—verging on unrealistic and impractical—about money and material possessions.

PLUTO
CAPRICORN, 27°37'14"
FIRST HOUSE
Pluto stays in each sign for up to thirty years, meaning it rules a generation more than a person. It rules power, intensity, obsession, and control. Your Pluto is in Capricorn, meaning your generation's psyche is comparatively responsible, conservative, practical, rational, and power-hungry. It's in your first house, meaning you personally are transforming your self and self-image—and, because it's your first house, your Pluto in Capricorn is hyper-present in your personality.

ANALYSIS:
This is not precise because it was done quickly but:

The Pisces sun is in square relationships with Putin's Moon and Mars, strong signifier of strife and conflict. Everything else is strongly positive to relatively benign
The Scorpio Moon is in conjunction with Putin's Rising sign and Venus. Indicates strong influence on personal vision and would tend to be combative in these signs.
The Aquarius Mercury is square to Putin's Ascendant and Venus which would add a problematic relationship with his overall nature of competitiveness and aggression.
Both Venus and Mars are square to Putin's Sun, Mercury, and Saturn. Uranus is in opposition. The focus is mental and emotional constriction, volatility, and bodes not well
Jupiter in Pisces is square to Putin's Moon and Mars and doesn't signify anything good about endeavors close to his heart. Finances, security, perhaps family
Saturn is square to Putin's Jupiter - Might tend to balance out but could also portend great personal conflict in the areas of personal security.

I'll quit there, if my chart had that many negative influences going, I would be hiding in a bunker.

Wind
23rd February 2022, 22:50
Do you want to make a separate thread about Putin's chart? Perhaps other leaders could be included too.

Chuckie
23rd February 2022, 23:08
Do you want to make a separate thread about Putin's chart? Perhaps other leaders could be included too.

That's a good idea Wind, but hold off for now, at least for my input ... I would surely add more thought to it... to do correctly though it takes time and careful analysis, not to mention practice. As for me I'm well out of it. :)

I just had the 'urge' today ... I don't want the demon gods to have any reason to f**k with me. On further thought, I think this thread is good enough, unless of course you object to it. :)

Wind
23rd February 2022, 23:33
On further thought, I think this thread is good enough, unless of course you object to it. :)

I'm fine with it, we can talk about all things astrological here in this thread too.

Wind
28th February 2022, 10:22
I've been waiting for the latest input from Steve.

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Wind
2nd March 2022, 09:11
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Wind
20th March 2022, 19:55
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Wind
27th March 2022, 12:05
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29th March 2022, 18:00
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Wind
30th March 2022, 19:22
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Wind
5th April 2022, 09:22
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Wind
10th April 2022, 10:16
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Aragorn
10th April 2022, 11:52
As much as I like Steve Judd, he does need to brush up on his knowledge of science, because in the video above, he seriously blundered on two scientifically established facts. ;)

The first thing he had grossly wrong was that it wasn't one billion years ago that the first hominids appeared, but rather less than one million years ago — that's a huge difference. The dinosaurs only first appeared on Earth about (roughly) 240 million years ago, and they became extinct about roughly 65 million years ago.

Hominids only appeared much, much later, because although there already were some small mammals around while the dinosaurs still roamed the Earth, those were all still very small creatures — mostly rodents and insectivores — and it was only long after the dinosaurs had perished that mammals were able to evolve into larger animals, and from there on, into primates and then later still hominids. The oldest hominid remains found so far date back only roughly about half a million years — that's 500'000 years — but it is possible that there already were (non-human) hominids as of a million years ago, because earlier finds were from much closer to the present, and so the discovery of hominid remains that old were really a surprise. But that's not quite a billion years ago yet, though.

The second thing he had all wrong was that astronauts who've stayed at the ISS do not come back younger but rather physiologically older, because time passes faster as you move farther away from Earth's gravitational pull. Gravity slows time down, because gravity is an acceleration caused by the warping of spacetime. So the farther away from Earth's gravitational pull you are, and assuming that you're not experiencing an acceleration greater than 9.82 m/s², the faster time passes for you as seen by an observer in a different reference frame — you yourself won't be noticing any difference because time always passes at the same rate within your own reference frame.

Wind
10th April 2022, 12:25
Thanks for the clarification, he hasn't got all things right obviously.

Chuckie
10th April 2022, 13:21
Thanks for the clarification, he hasn't got all things right obviously.

Intuition is a very big part of the astrological forecast, and if someone does not have a sturdy scientific background mistakes will be made and sometimes even fall down the rabbit hole of pseudoscience. I don't think that is a problem for him in general because it is intuition that is the most important. I understand his approach and it is not unusual. The better the intuition the better the forecasting. For example, psychics will be able to make startling forecasts as history has witnessed. Jeanne Dixon, for example, was a renowned astrologer but first and foremost she was a psychic.

Wind
10th April 2022, 13:45
Intuition is a very big part of the astrological forecast, and if someone does not have a sturdy scientific background mistakes will be made and sometimes even fall down the rabbit hole of pseudoscience. I don't think that is a problem for him in general because it is intuition that is the most important. I understand his approach and it is not unusual. The better the intuition the better the forecasting. For example, psychics will be able to make startling forecasts as history has witnessed. Jeanne Dixon, for example, was a renowned astrologer but first and foremost she was a psychic.

Late last year I finally bought a birth chart from a real astrologer and not one of those computer generated ones which I have too. The one I got was really good and has shown me how interesting astrology can be. I got it from a friend's mother who has been practicing astrology for nearly half century so you can imagine that they're really good at what they're doing like any professional would be. It seems that her intuitive abilities were bordering on being psychic too as she was able to "see" my soul and it's passage through time from the past to future which has not even happened yet! That's hard for the logical mind to comprehend at times, yet it also makes sense how there indeed is destiny. I find it interesting how in astrology karma (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karmic_astrology) is taken into account and Saturn, Chronos as the Father of Time accounts for karmic challenges. Of course people have their own belief systems about such things too and will interpret things accordingly.

Wind
24th April 2022, 17:00
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Wind
2nd May 2022, 20:39
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Wind
12th May 2022, 21:30
Lunar eclipse on the coming sunday May 15th combined with Full Moon in Scorpio monday could create an explosive time emotionally (https://www.instyle.com/lifestyle/astrology/may-2022-full-moon-lunar-eclipse)...

Chuckie
12th May 2022, 21:47
Lunar eclipse on the coming sunday May 15th combined with Full Moon in Scorpio monday could create an explosive time emotionally (https://www.instyle.com/lifestyle/astrology/may-2022-full-moon-lunar-eclipse)...

:) Can't wait, Window...

Wind
12th May 2022, 21:58
:) Can't wait, Window...

You better stay away from those hand grenades.

Wind
16th May 2022, 00:33
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Dreamtimer
16th May 2022, 12:29
Laying the groundwork. She's doing it in spades. She's got the dirt. She's deep in it. She got soiled.

Wind
23rd May 2022, 21:33
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