A little astrology lesson in Essential dignity by Sleepy.

Planets in Exaltation, Detriment and Fall (x)

Note: There are other versions of this chart found on the internet that differ but this is the one based on the table most commonly referred to officially stated on Wikipedia (x)

Brief summary by me:

We all know our sun sign’s ruling planet don’t we? It shows us where our sign derives it’s core elements from which play a large and positive role in the sign, it is our signs homes, the place where they feel most comfortable and comes most naturally to them.  

If your sign is exalted in another planet this means you are also supported by the positives of this planet. It does not rule your sign however acts as a positive aid. Kind of like visiting your best friend house, it’s not your home but you sure as heck love it there.

This is the planet your sign feels awkward in. The influences of the planet do not come easily to your sign and often you struggle in that area. It is the ruling planet of your opposite sign and is foreign and strange to you. Often you are found conforming to the rules of the planet rather than it aiding you.

If you have a fall in a planet, this is the worst planet for your sign. It can be extremely troublesome, you may feel out of your depth with the elements found in that planet. It’s like someone thrusting you into a CEO job and you’ve had no training. It is where your opposite sign exalts in.


Zodiac Signs and the Seven Heavenly Virtues

♈️ Aries: Diligence 
♉️ Taurus: Charity
♊️ Gemini: Forgiveness
♋️ Cancer: Kindness
♌️ Leo: Diligence
♍️ Virgo: Humility
♎️ Libra: Chasity
♏️ Scorpio: Temperance
♐️ Sagittarius: Charity
♑️ Capricorn: Temperance
♒️ Aquarius: Kindness
♓️ Pisces: Chasity

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Aries: quit bein a dick

Taurus: eat ice cream my friend it will be okay

Gemini: buy more sweaters

Cancer: talk less

Leo: more selfies

Virgo: less selfies

Libra: may your eyeliner always match and your eyebrow game always be strong

Scorpio: make everyone your minions. U are powerful enough

Sagittarius: you’ve been talking shit.


Aquarius: libraries are free and wonderful. Take advantage

Pisces: mind ya damn business

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Aries: You’ll discover your eyes are different sizes.

Taurus: You’re not a cannibal, you’re just curious.

Gemini: You are being watched but they’re really bored.

Cancer: There’s a squirrel in a nearby tree thinking about crapping in your hair.

Virgo: Your exciting plans for the weekend bore the planets.

Libra: Three words: Learn how to count. 

Leo: Romance is definitely in the air…wait, that’s just doughnuts.

Scorpio: Your pet humps your pillow when you’re at work.

Sagittarius: The goat will become increasingly important.

Capricorn: You will come up with a great name for your genitals

Aquarius: You need a pet. Go ask someone to pet you. 

Pieces: Your smile scares children.

So like. I had a cool thought. What if you could control what ever element you zodiac sign represented. Like. Leo, Sagittarius and Aries are fire benders. Gemini, Libra and Aquarius are water benders. Taurus, Capricorn and Virgo are earth benders. Pisces, Scorpio and cancers are water benders. And like, if you’re on a cusp, you have a slight affinity to the element of the sign you cusp.

I dunno. I’m kinda high right now and I wanna watch avatar the last air bender.





of or relating to midnight.

Etymology: from Greek mesos, “middle” + Latin nox, “night”.




the will to succeed; vim, energy, ambition.

Etymology: uncertain, thought to be U.S. English,spizarinctum, “cash”, probably irregular from English,specie, “money, coins”, from the Latin phrase in speciē, “in kind”.




also known as psychogenic pain - physical pain that is caused, increased, or prolonged by mental, emotional, or behavioural factors. Headaches, back pain, or stomach pain are some of the most common types of psychogenic pain. It may occur, rarely, in persons with a mental disorder, but more commonly it accompanies or is induced by social rejection, broken heart, grief, love sickness, or other such emotional events.

Etymology: from Greek psych-, ultimately derived frompsukhḗ, “soul” + -algia, from algos, “pain”.




1. to entice, lure, or ensnare by flattery or artful talk or inducements.

2. to acquire, win, or obtain by beguiling talk or methods.

2. to induce; beguile; persuade; wheedle.

Etymology: from Old French avogler, “to blind, deceive”, from avogle, “blind”, from Mediaeval Latin ab oculis, “without eyes”.




wandering alone.

Etymology: Latin solus, ”alone, solitude” + vagari, “to wander”.




wild; untamed; feral; unsubdued.

Etymology: German.




a love for forests, woods, groves.

Etymology: from Greek xulon, “wood” + philia, “love”.