« 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.)
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.