Water Void: I feel Like I Can’t Catch My Breath

Question: This is just my opinion on the matter. Water voids (no planets in water signs) can be a blessing because they don’t have all the inner emotional turmoil of people with heavy water placements. I have noticed that water people can be so caught up in their own emotions that they just can’t deal with the emotions of others. That’s just been my experience. I don’t see water voids as uncaring or unemotional. They just might have a different...

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Disassociate (Out of Sign) Aspects: Look at Degrees, Not at Signs

Because of the amount of orb allowed, it sometimes happens that an aspect is formed between two planets where one is very near the end of a zodiacal sign and the other is very near the beginning of a sign. Many astrologers say that it has the effect of weakening the power of the aspect. Example: A trine aspect would normally mean that both signs are in the same triplicity (fire, earth, air, or water), but in the case of...

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Helpful Transit Article: Timing

I was genuinely missing my Kepler astrology program that used to list all of my transits in a nice formatted list, easy to read, and properly written. I didn’t realize that Astrodienst lists the transits in the additional tables. You all probably know this information, but I was using the other astrological software for a while and so have never looked in-depth. On Astrodienst, click on free horoscopes. In chart type – go to the drop-down menu and click on […]

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Opposite Aspects: Mirroring

Question: Does the opposition aspect act as a mirror? Often for the sake of simplicity, when reading aspects, it is usually best not to complicate studies at the beginning of astrology by trying to differentiate the aspects. However, in study, it is thought that there are some major differences between the aspects. Where the square is seen as the most frustrating and the bringer of great crisis, the opposition plays out mostly through others, mirroring back qualities you need to...

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Two Opposing Elements Fighting It Out

Question: I have equal parts air and equal parts water, but which element is my dominant one? Water and air are opposed to each other psychologically, and due to them being contrary elements it creates a struggle for supremacy in the psyche. In order to decide what element is most predominant, you might need to look to the placements of, say, air or water planets on the angles, and to examine the elements of the Sun, Moon, and Ascendant. If,...

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Mutable: The Weakest Mode?

Question: The mutable mode (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces) have the least resilience of the other modes and they don’t make very loyal friends, too fickle. I find they take way too long to get their s**t together, are too easily influenced, and have a weak sense of identity. Any thoughts? When it comes to the modes you’re damned if do adapt (mutable), and you’re damned if you don’t adapt (fixed). I think the very sound of the word resilience...

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Fire Signs: When Things Go Wrong

In ‘Psychological Astrology, Astrological Symbolism and the Human Psyche’ by Karen Hamaker-Zondag, there is a part on the Four Elements and the Psychological Types, it has an interesting sector discussing how the FIRE signs deal with a crisis, a reversal of fortune, or when a predicament changes in life, so to speak. Here is what Karen Hamaker-Zondag says: The past has little appeal for the fire type – his whole being is in tune with the future and he goes...

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What Is a Singleton Planet?

Actually, this question does leave some confusion around the proper definition of a singleton. Due to the unaspected planet and whether or not this should be included in the interpretation. It is similar in expression, but often when looking at a chart you do see a planet that is a singleton, aspected by other planets, and yet has this dissociated vibe. It usually appears off on its own. Divorced from the rest of the chart and disconnected. Like when you...

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Reflecting Over the Years

I’ve been having a reflective couple of days looking back over these posts. While I’m only just getting towards the Uranus opposite Uranus transit, I’ve done the other two (been there, done that, and bought the t-shirt). I moved house, got a mortgage, left an astrology group, and started over at the first Saturn Return. The Saturn square Saturn transit was at a time where I had to make the decision to either have more children (biological clock ticking) or […]

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Astrology: A New Day

With astrology some of the interpretations of your chart will feel like they have neon lights above them, the things that really hit home, and others won’t resonate as strongly until later as more of you unravels. No two horoscopes are identical, no two snowflakes the same. Astrology takes you on a “psychic guided tour” and it is a challenge, for each and every one of us has contradictions, as well as both darkness and light. As Waly Whitman wrote...

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