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General Astrology Discussion / Re: Meditation on a peregrine Sun
« Last post by James Williams on Today at 02:53:18 AM »
Hi James, thanks, yes I remarked on this dissociation aspect of the peregrine Sun in my post - difficulty connecting/tuning in. I am not sure about the world not easily understanding who one is, in *my* case, mainly because it is easy to be not understood if you go your own way - and that could well be due to other factors, as much as it might (or not) about the peregrine Sun. (Moon in Aquarius, ruled by Uranus in the 1st conjunct Pluto - this is not someone who is going to hew to culturally acceptable behavior). But thinking about it more, not understanding someone could also happen because they are not easy to pin down, sometimes being one way and at other times being another. The peregrine Sun, Mars square Jupiter, 1st house Uranus/Pluto all speak to one way of being: moving to a different drummer, wildly independent, even disruptive. But that Saturn dispositing all the Capricorn planets, and conjuncting the Moon speak of button-down conservatism, the good citizen. (Aquarius itself can easily be that way as well, given its ancient Saturn rulership, with the desire to make nice..)

My point really here being that it is difficult to independently gauge the effect of the peregrine Sun from the other stuff going on. What I can say for sure is that it does not help dilute that independence :) (That is what Saturn does, and I have learned over time to be very thankful for this.)

Hi sesh,

Thank you, yes, being highly Aquarian myself, with Moon in Cancer opposite Saturn, I can feel where you're coming from.  Wonderful thread, thank you. 

Astrology of the Famous and Well Known / Re: Milo Yiannnopoulos
« Last post by Kannon McAfee on February 23, 2017, 11:23:51 PM »
Article by Laurie Penny, On the Milo Bus With the Lost Boys of America’s New Right:

“Seriously though,” I asked him by text on Inauguration Day, “if you had a choice, if you could a) live in a world of total Trump victory on the condition of never being famous at all b) partial Trump-lite victory and slightly famous c) total liberal victory and hugely famous?—?which one would you pick?”

“C),” he replied, seconds later. “I’m a fighter, not a lover.”
Asteroid Studies / Re: the king
« Last post by bjorkstrand on February 23, 2017, 10:21:00 PM »
By way of atlantis disasters the cycle-is about 20,000 years.


General Astrology Discussion / Re: Coming Solar Eclipse, and Full Moon
« Last post by Stacy on February 23, 2017, 04:09:10 PM »
Don't know how I completely missed noting the FM will fall in DT's 2/8 houses, squaring his N Sun-UR opposite Moon exactly for that Mutable Grand Square...

Or, an angular hit to Asc.-Mars if using USA Gemini. Regardless, Gemini or Sagittarius rising, Mars-Neptune will be triggered. Which houses/USA matters, though?

Any thoughts on what to expect?

General Astrology Discussion / Re: Meditation on a peregrine Sun
« Last post by Robynne Black on February 23, 2017, 02:33:50 PM »
Yes, one son. Quite the light and joy

Thanks Sesh, now that's an important fact, in the chart analysis.  ;D

My first born was a daughter, but we have the Saturn cj Moon in Aquarius cj between the both of us. She was my Rock, and maybe I was hers too!

See you have a lot of reading material here, may take you a while...

General Astrology Discussion / Coming Solar Eclipse, and Full Moon
« Last post by Stacy on February 23, 2017, 01:29:24 PM »
It's that time of the year again for Pisces and Virgo to be front and center, with a few extra players, and all close to the 08° lunation, a Solar Eclipse, in Pisces.  For those of us with the generational hit (Pluto opp Chiron), it shouldn't be too bad, unless there are other factors and in synastry, as well.  Those of you with angles near these degrees, prepare for a very intense time of it with so many players involved besides the Sun and Moon. Am thinking/hoping I already had my lesson(s) for this New Moon, however much the work is ongoing ;).   It is creative; a work in progress all this transformation.

The FM @ 22° Virgo/Pisces is another story. Bracing for the T-square which will involve N Moon. However, I have been working on the very lengthy application process for a better home in a better town, and this square may represent the much needed push to complete (full moon) what I started. Seems that whenever my Moon gets squared I relocate. For better or worse.   

For those of you with angular positions or planets near these degrees, good luck - especially if you already have a T-square, for example, and this intensifies it, or creates a Mutable Grand Square.  With first oppositions and then exact squares coming my way, am a little nervous.

But what makes me most nervous of all is the Mars-Uranus cj in Aries approaching my N Mars. Yikes...  At least the opposition with Jupiter is retrograde, good for my chart as it spends more time trining my stellium. Silver linings :).

Let's see, the T Moon is in Aquarius today, headed toward a date with my stellium. And on this early, rare spring day (even for San Diego) --I have spring fever and need a break. Especially with more rain coming this weekend (and yes, Barbara, I think N Calif will be getting hit hard before summer!) and interviewing caregivers; attacking stacks of paper work, and the usual. In short, I need to "play hooky" while I still can before Saturn calls again ;).


Astrology of the Famous and Well Known / Re: Milo Yiannnopoulos
« Last post by Halina on February 23, 2017, 12:23:18 PM »
Thanks Kannon and In Stitches
Astrology of the Famous and Well Known / Re: Milo Yiannnopoulos
« Last post by In Stitches on February 23, 2017, 11:36:26 AM »
Kids whose parents divorce when they were six are experiencing their first Jupiter Opposition. Sometimes this can be connected with Bipolar Disorder or will be diagnosed that way. The real problem is that if they are holding onto trauma from this time they will be "oppositional" and "Jupiterian" (overdoes). They swing from extreme to the other. That's my research at any rate. I read on wiki that he wasn't happy in the divorce situation so this could apply. Aretha Franklin and Jonathan Winters belong in this group.
General Astrology Discussion / Re: Meditation on a peregrine Sun
« Last post by sesh on February 23, 2017, 10:00:38 AM »
Sorry Sesh, only have a  Venus (4,9) sextile Jupiter (11) peregrine island here, my Sun has aspects. Thankyou for posting!  :)

Just a thought to consider here Sesh:

Overall, the feeling I get is it is still not well understood. Hard to write about it when a person who has it and is living with it does not himself understand it. And it is not for lack of application :)

That can be true, if your peregrine Sun trines and rules the Ascendant, on one level, we can only know ourselves by contrast or comparison with others. Your peregrine Sun rules the Ascendant or outlook... Would you say you were a particularly happy person by nature? Do you have children?

Thanks, Robynne, for your response. So true - we do only know ourselves by contrast with others. I generally consider myself a pretty happy person, although that darn Saturn-Moon conjunction tries its best to get me down here and there. And perhaps here is where the extremeness of the peregrine Sun's fire and warmth comes into play, trining the fiery ascendant, to balance out and overcome that Saturn-Moon soberness and tendency to wallow. Perhaps also the Moon in Aquarius is a savior, I wonder how much more emotionally intense that Saturn-Moon conjunction would have manifested as, were the Moon in Cancer... Yes, one son. Quite the light and joy :)
General Astrology Discussion / Re: Meditation on a peregrine Sun
« Last post by sesh on February 23, 2017, 09:54:35 AM »
And thank you, James, for pointing out those articles by Noel. Yes, I have read them multiple times in the past, and feel they essentially distill his much more detailed treatment in SCA.
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