Neptune in the 4th House

The 4th house of the astrological chart represents the nurturing and safe haven aspects of life. The desire to be shielded by the oneness of life that Neptune represents is especially strong in this place. It is a yearning to be held in the safe embrace of childhood, and if trines to Neptune are present in the 4th house, there will often be an overly comfortable feeling of emotional well-being. Most of the time, Neptune’s challenging aspects indicate a chronic…

Uranus in Aries: Wake Up Call

Uranus will start its journey through the sign of Aries in 2010, which will signal the beginning of a period rich with new scientific breakthroughs and discoveries. The collective consciousness, social movements, and forward-thinking ideas are all associated with the planet Uranus. The following are some of Sue Tompkins’s observations on Uranus in Aries: This seems to mark fast moving periods of radical change with people seeking new sources of excitement. Stories involving speed, recklessness, independence, originality and possible extremism…

Neptune in the 12th House

Since Neptune’s natural home is the 12th house, it is said to be its most sensitive place. Neptune gives you an extraordinary ability to feel the forces at work in your subconscious. There is a deep openness to society and an acute sensitivity to pain, loss, chaos, and being a victim. It’s possible that Neptune in this position will overwhelm the sense of ego, and when that happens, the floodgates will be flung wide open. Because of this, you could…

Saturn a New Look at an Old Devil

Saturn: A New Look on an Old Devil was first published in 1976, yet it is still widely considered to be the best book on Saturn and continues to describe all of our physical, mental, and psychic limits. It appears that this book’s influence has not lessened at all in the years since its release. By placing an emphasis on the transforming power that the archetypal figure of Saturn holds, the author Liz Greene invites us to dig the treasure that…

Copycat and Saturn-Pluto

Copycat is another of my favourite movies of all time. The main character of the movie is Dr. Helen Hudson, a seasoned criminologist who is played by Sigourney Weaver. One of her former students, Cullum, found her in the bathroom after she gave a talk at a nearby university. He goes into the toilet and hides there while he waits for the Doctor to come in. The murderer takes her hostage and then kills a police officer at the scene…

Jupiter Key Words: Intuition

One of Jupiter’s keywords is “intuition,” and often the keywords for a planet are linked to each other. For example, luck and intuition are linked. People who are usually happy and optimistic are more likely to be lucky, according to research. Like a big astrological family tree, you can see how this vocabulary fits together. Some people call Jupiter’s way of knowing a “hunch,” but the technical definition of intuition is a knowing that comes from the gut and isn’t…

Mercury-Neptune Aspects

The planet Neptune represents the desire to reach something bigger than yourself and become one with it. It is the need to forget who we are and to lose all of our boundaries so that we can become one with all of life. Neptune can break through walls and make us feel overwhelmed by flooding our conscious mind with images of the unconscious and things we can’t see. Because Neptune is in our chart, we care about everyone, no matter…

Female Rivalry: Venus in Gemini

In mythology, Venus was frequently referred to as the “dark one” because of the tragedies that resulted from her desires. In myth, Aphrodite would inflict horrible punishments on anybody who disrespected her by complimenting another woman as more revered or more lovely than herself.  Female competition is still quite prevalent in today’s culture. Keep in mind the intense competition that took place between Tyra Banks and Naomi Campbell. Naomi turned into a real b*tch when she found out that there was…

The Eiffel Tower Jump

Reichelt, who was often called “the flying tailor,” came up with an overcoat that, like a modern parachute, would let its wearer fly or softly land on the ground. He jumped sixty metres from the first deck of the Eiffel Tower, which at the time was the highest man-made building anywhere in the world, to show how well his invention worked. Reichelt did not survive his fall because his parachute did not work. Why the crazy Jump? In his birth…

Hall of Charts

In Sylvia Browne’s spiritual communications, the psychic says that there is a temple called the Hall of Charts. Sylvia is interested in astrology, which is evident from the fact that she wrote a book for beginners on the subject. So, the ideas that were talked about on the other side about how we “design our charts” are interesting, and it would be good to give them some thought. This is what it has to say: 1. The creation of a…