So a few people said on my previous post (about the Desert Glass) that Lapis and the Desert Glass had something in common. They’re element controllers. (For now, we’ll just call them Elemental Gems.)

So far we’ve really only seen two Elemental Gems, and both are in similar situations:

They were both imprisoned in an object of some sort, presumably for their usefulness as a tool. Lapis was trapped in a mirror and used for seeing the past. The Desert Glass was trapped in a pillow, however it’s function is unclear, but it is likely that it was used for mass construction possibly for bases during the war.

The both, as far as we know, lack any type of weapon. To compensate for their lack of weapons, they have immense control over elements they appear to be associated with. For example, the Desert Glass

when on the sand, it quickly erected towers and stairs with ease, moving massive portions of sand and rock. That was while it was STILL CONTAINED, meaning it could potentially move mountains with a flick of the wrist when free.

BUT when separated from its element, like in this picture

it had no power whatsoever.

And with Lapis Lazuli, she was able to control water even when bound,

and once freed, was able to raise this giant hand of water without even lifting a finger.

And when she actually did put effort into her actions…


The basic premise of this post is to tell y’all that Elemental Gems are really scary and I hope that we’ll see more of them soon. The Hiatus is almost over.

That’s all for now.

  • Aries: As a cardinal sign they always get their way, but as the Sheep archetype they are friendly.
  • Taurus: As an earth sign they are very hard-working, but as a Venus-ruled sign they can often be lazy.
  • Gemini: As an air sign they are intellectual, but as the Lover archetype they are fascinated by emotion.
  • Cancer: As the Mother archetype they are mature, but being associated with the 4th house they are childish.
  • Leo: As a sun-ruled sign they prioritise themselves, but as the King archetype they are generous.
  • Virgo: As a mutable sign they embrace change, but being associated with the 6th house they love routine.
  • Libra: As an air sign they are masculine, but as a Venus-ruled sign they are feminine.
  • Scorpio: As a fixed sign they dislike change, but being associated with the 8th house they embrace transformation.
  • Sagittarius: As the Guru archetype they are wise, but as a fire sign they are naive.
  • Capricorn: As an earth sign they are introverted, but being associated with the 10th house they are all about society.
  • Aquarius: As a fixed sign they dislike change, but being ruled by Uranus they move society forward.
  • Pisces: As a water sign they are emotionally intelligent, but being associated with the 12th house they are self-unaware.
Cancer, Scorpio & Pisces

Water people are very sensitive to their own feelings and to the feelings of others. They perceive life through their emotions. They are concerned with what feels right, with their hunches or impressions, rather than with what is practical or rational.  They use the emotions, not the intellect, to understand and to value. Water can raise people to the heights of bliss, but can bring them down to the depths of despair. 

Water people need close emotional relationships, and rarely have superficial affairs. They can be volatile. They are romantic, sentimental and affectionate. They can be very nurturing and very possessive with their family and spouse. They have fixed opinions. They communicate in non-verbal ways; emotionally, psychically, or through forms as art, dance, music, poetry and photography. Their beliefs are based on feelings rather than on reason, passion or practicality.

When the signs are being scolded

Aries: They get angry and frustrated but they’re actually dying inside; probably holding a grudge; their whole mood is ruined 

Taurus: They feel bad and cry, but they don’t let people see it. They probably roast them in their head too

Gemini: They get really sarcastic; with friends they argue back but with an adult they pretend to listen. They’re probably saying witty comebacks in their head because they’re too respectful to actually say it 

Cancer: They just get pissed off but still remain silent, sometimes they start crying or go somewhere to be alone 

Leo: They scream, get defensive, or hurt inside. They just want a chance to explain themselves and doesn’t let it go until they do 

Virgo: They reflect on what happened for the next few days, they feel super embarrassed and emotional, and then they avoid the person

Libra: They usually feel bad about it but still get over it in an hour, cry if their voice is raised, gets embarrassed 

Scorpio: They roll their eyes; if it’s their fault they’re already upset enough since they know it’s their fault but if you tell them they’ll cry and feel like shit, if they’re wrong they just ignore it or they argue, stays quiet, gets over it quickly 

Sagittarius: They scream (back), feel like shit, get angry at themselves, get annoyed, feel worthless, you’ve probably just ruined their whole mood 

Capricorn: They feel guilty and embarrassed, cries, accepts it and stays quiet unless you say something wrong then gets really defensive and nasty

Aquarius: They just stare back, get sassy or annoyed, and ignores the person; they want to talk back but just stay silent 

Pisces: They get upset and feel guilty about it, but joke about it to other people, forgets about it, walks off

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How To Easily Understand the Signs of The Zodiac

The signs are defined and represented by their ruling planet, element, mode, and the houses they’re associated with. It’s much simpler to comprehend what each of them stands for and means once you acknowledge this.

Ruling Planet: what the sign is made of
Element & Mode: how the sign operates
House: what the sign values

Sun: action, ego, self, being, will
Moon: reaction, emotion, receptivity, inner self
Mercury: thought, speech, mind power, perception
Venus: love, art, beauty, compassion, lust, glamour
Mars: anger, passion, sex drive, inspiration, courage
Jupiter: morals, luck, knowledge, learning, teaching
Saturn: inhibitions, obligations, boundaries, discipline
Uranus: discovery, progression, revolution, evolution
Neptune: fantasy, reality, illusion, rapture, vision
Pluto: power, transformation, regeneration

Fire: vital & intense
Earth: practical & stable
Air: social & intellectual
Water: intuitive & emotional

Cardinal: efficacious & self-starting
Fixed: focused & determined
Mutable: flexible & adaptable

First: identity, independence, personification
Second: security, accumulation, possession
Third: communication, learning, exploration
Fourth: family, home, roots, ancestry, the past
Fifth: creation, children, expression, legacy
Sixth: health, resilience, awareness, self-care
Seventh: partnerships, love, community
Eighth: privacy, controversy, transformation
Ninth: philosophy, expansion of the mind
Tenth: reputation, career, success, publicity
Eleventh: vision, friends, community, altruism
Twelfth: depth, subconscious, dreams

Mode: Cardinal
Element: Fire
Ruling Planet: Mars
House: First

Mode: Fixed
Element: Earth
Ruling Planet: Venus
House: Second

Mode: Mutable
Element: Air
Ruling Planet: Mercury
House: Third

Mode: Cardinal
Element: Water
Ruling Planet: Moon
House: Fourth

Mode: Fixed
Element: Fire
Ruling Planet: Sun
House: Fifth

Mode: Mutable
Element: Earth
Ruling Planet: Mercury
House: Sixth

Mode: Cardinal
Element: Air
Ruling Planet: Venus
House: Seventh

Mode: Fixed
Element: Water
Ruling Planet: Pluto
House: Eighth

Mode: Mutable
Element: Fire
Ruling Planet: Jupiter
House: Ninth

Mode: Cardinal
Element: Earth
Ruling Planet: Saturn
House: Tenth

Mode: Fixed
Element: Air
Ruling Planet: Uranus
House: Eleventh

Mode: Mutable
Element: Water
Ruling Planet: Neptune
House: Twelfth

Relationships: Pros and Cons
  • Fire + Fire:
  • Pros - passion and adventure
  • Cons - recklessness and impulsivity
  • Fire + Earth:
  • Pros - strenght meets steadiness
  • Cons - stubborness and frustration
  • Fire + Water:
  • Pros - passion meets emotion
  • Cons - ultrasensitive and resentful
  • Fire + Air:
  • Pros - action meets theory
  • Cons - instability and too much optimism
  • Earth + Earth:
  • Pros - stable and sensual
  • Cons - predictable and conservative
  • Earth + Water:
  • Pros - security meets sensitivity
  • Cons - one-sided and dependency
  • Earth + Air:
  • Pros - practicality meets theory
  • Cons - unemotional and distant
  • Water + Water:
  • Pros - emotional and deep
  • Cons - unpractical and toxic
  • Water + Air:
  • Pros - feeling meets thinking
  • Cons - unbalanced and confusing
  • Air + Air:
  • Pros - idealistic and communicative
  • Cons - uncommitted and all talk, no action