This is Starfish Mainstage. It’s an outdoor music venue that hosts concerts for all types of music acts. The now legendary “Squid Squad” played here once, and its considered a bit of a holy site for devotees of rock music. It’s a wonder that all the ink spray doesn’t cause the equipment to short circuit, but I guess they’ve got it figured out.
someone who is true. playful debate. respect. someone who is solid and strong. going on adventures. sharing interests.
comfort and simple romance. giving gifts. movie marathons. someone who is there for them. being heard. lots of alone time with their crush. depth.
lots of talking. someone who gets their train of thought. good conversation. picking each other's brains. charm and confidence. opening up, surprisingly.
consistency. being accepting. someone who inspires them and helps see life in a more beautiful way. someone who is DTC (down to commit).
someone who shows signs of loyalty to them. being able to call someone in the middle of the night and having them pick up just to chat. someone special to them that also makes them feel special.
someone who respects them. someone kinda quirky but is perfect to them. lots of fun. interpersonally adventurous, spontaneity within the relationship. someone who gets their references.
just looking at someone unique and beautiful even from a distance. something about them is different from others and they can't explain why. body language and tone of voice. maybe a little reserved and/or from space.
someone who is different from them becomes interesting. when they can't tell the whole story behind someone and the mystique draws them in.
lighthearted fun. interesting and creative ideas being shared. no pressure to be or do anything they don't want to. being inspired.
someone who shares interests. can have real discussions but also share memes. someone who wants to hang around even during the worst moments. feeling confident in conversation.
someone who can introduce things to them. someone to take their ideas seriously. lots of jokes and lightheartedness. nothing to bring them down.
listening to each other. small gestures to express appreciation. expressing through words. music sharing. sentimentality.
Academic/Early Education/Higher Education:
Sun in the 3rd house, Sun/Mercury in Gemini, Sun/Mercury in Virgo, Sun in the 6th house, Sun/Mercury in the 9th house, Sun/Mercury in Sagittarius, Mercury in Capricorn, Mercury in the 1st house, Mercury in the 3rd house
Strokes of Genius:
Uranus in the 3rd house, Sun/Mercury in Aquarius, Mercury in the 11th house, Uranus in the 12th house, Uranus in the 9th house, Saturn in the 9th house
Neptune in the 3rd house, Mercury in the 5th house, Sun/Mercury in Leo, Sun/Mercury in Pisces, Mercury in the 2nd house, Neptune in the 5th house, Uranus in the 5th house
Sun/Mercury in Sagittarius, Sun/Moon/Mercury in the 9th house, Sun/Mercury in Scorpio, Mercury in the 8th house
Sun/Mercury/Venus in Taurus, Sun/Venus in the 2nd house, Mercury in the 2nd house, Neptune in the 2nd house
What kind of stuff in a person's chart indicates talent in singer or just music in general?
I did quite a bit of research on this… One of my favorite topics, astrology and music. Both are gifts to our world. Both are languages to help us understand energy and what energy feels like.
The entire chart plays a significant role in someone’s ability in singing and music so I will try my best to illustrate everything as I hate leaving information out.
The information I’ve collected is from other astrologer’s opinions and charts of different types of musicians I’ve looked into.
I’ll start with the houses that have importance to this ability, the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th house.
The 1st house, I believe for the most part, dictates the style in which a musician goes for. So why would the 1st house play a role in the style of music a person goes for? Well, the ascendant is pretty much our doorway between the inner and the outer; how we present the inner to the outer. Our style would come from the 1st house directly. Take a look at someone like Björk (Icelandic singer) and her chart. She’s got her 1st house starting in Scorpio. If you listen to her music, the style is very Scorpio inspired; it’s strange, penetrating, and unconventional. She has no problem expressing the energy a Scorpio represents in her music. Now lets take another singer with a different ascendant, perhaps someone like Freddie Mercury from Queen or Robert Smith from The Cure; their ascendant is in Leo. Their sound is in no doubt very different from each other, but they seem to fit in that category of the dramatic Leo. Almost all of Robert Smith’s songs express the loving lion a Leo represents, its essence is of what Leo/5th house expresses. Then if you look at Freddie Mercury’s music, it is dramatic and theatrical like the Leo. So looking at all the different ascendants, a person’s musical style (disregarding the rest of their chart) may be whatever energy that sign represents. An Aries maybe angry and raw and a Pisces may be hippie and psychedelically inspired. Maybe… This is my opinion on it, subject to change though. I wouldn’t mind hearing other people’s opinion on the ascendant and how it demonstrates a person’s style in music. To get your minds thinking, here’s a random range of artists and their ascendant… Rihanna - Aries John Lennon - Aries Mariah Carey - Taurus Lana Del Rey - Taurus Lady Gaga - Gemini Billy Idol - Gemini Tchaikovsky - Cancer Annie Lennox - Virgo Kurt Kobain - Virgo Beyonce - Libra Jared Leto - Libra Ludwig Van Beethoven - Scorpio Aretha Franklin - Scorpio Prince - Scorpio Elvis - Sagittarius Kesha - Sagittarius Barry White - Capricorn Tom Jones - Capricorn Ariana Grande - Capricorn Taylor Swift - Capricorn Adele - Aquarius Nicki Minaj - Aquarius David Bowie - Aquarius Michael Jackson - Pisces
One last note before I move onto the 2nd house; I also noticed that almost all of my favourite singers had their ascendant in Leo which is funny because my ascendant is in Leo… We pick music that best suit our style. What are your favourite artist’s ascendants and can you relate to them?
The 2nd house rules the throat. The condition of the throat itself will impact the sound of someone’s voice. Having many beneficial planets in the 2nd house would be good for a singer, some singers even have stelliums in the 2nd house. I know some other people made some really good posts about the 2nd house and its affect on voice so I won’t go too deep into the 2nd house and what planets do what to your voice. To sum up the affects of planets in the 2nd house, it’s pretty much what you would assume; Mars in the 2nd house would give a powerful or even masculine voice whereas Venus in the 2nd house would give a soft and feminine voice. So think of the planet and what it represents to know what it does to a person’s voice. I do however want to however talk about whatever sign is cusping the 2nd house and its impact on a person’s voice. Lets talk about the elements itself; what might a fire voice sound like? a water voice? an earth voice? an air voice? I’ve been trying to put my finger on this exactly, semi-stumped still; don’t really know how to put it to words. I do know for sure the air voice. These are people who have an unafflicted 2nd house in an air sign. Their voices have the potential of singing at operatic levels. Their voices are light, high note reaching, and quite literally I would describe them as airy. Just a few examples of people with an air sign as their second house; Joan Sutherland - Gemini (opera singer), Annie Lennox - Libra, Ariana Grande - Aquarius, and Mariah Carey - Gemini. For the fire voice, this was difficult to put to words. They seem to put a lot of emphasis on the words and sounds they make. Some of them even sound like they are straining their voice or really pushing the sounds that they make. Their voices can be strange, raw, or even penetrating. Some examples of fire voices; Robert Smith from the Cure - Leo (he also has Pluto in the 2nd house) and again Bjork - Sagittarius (she has quite a few planets in the 2nd house including Mars, Venus, and Mercury). For an actual example to listen to as I am bad at explaining things, here’s Robert and here’s Bjork. Adele also has her second house in a fire sign, Aries. She is influenced quite a bit by other parts in her chart, but she definitely has the crackly fire in her voice. For the earth voice, I think is grounding yet dynamic because each of the earth signs are very different from each other in my opinion. Freddie Mercury for example has his second house in Virgo which is the essence of dynamic earth (ignoring the fact that he has many planets that are in the second house in Libra). It’s almost as if Virgo is also influenced by air because it is so mutable and changeable. The earth voice is usually light and pure. It’s smooth and vibrato. I believe Taurus is the richest earth voice of them all as it is grounded and ruled by Venus. So the examples for the earth voice I would say are Freddie Mercury - Virgo, Elvis - Capricorn, and Louis Armstrong - Taurus. Finally for the water voice, to put it simply their voice usually has a LOT of soul. Some examples, Lady Gaga - Cancer, Barry White - Pisces, Tom Jones - Pisces, Beyonce - Scorpio.
Moving onto the 3rd house briefly. Now the 3rd house doesn’t have much to do with how your voice will sound, it is more of the mental side of communication. So things like lyrics and composing music would come from this house. Also because the 3rd house rules the hands, it may also dictate your ability in playing music.
And onto the 4th house. The 4th house is similar to the 1st house in such a way that is dictates style again. It Is actually sort of a mixture of the 1st house (who we are) and the 3rd house (how we communicate that), but the 4th house also reveals our emotions, the songs that come from within. The 4th house will show the root and meaning of songs; the feeling. Naturally water signs/planets can easily express emotions versus the air signs who may have some difficulty, but fun fact; the best poets/musicians usually have both air and water very prominent in their chart.
And the 5th house plays just as important part as the 4th house does. It’s creative potential. So if you can express your emotions through the 4th house, you need to creatively use them in the 5th house. Some of the best musicians have the 5th house prominent in their chart.
Pulling away from houses now… I want make a quick note about the blessing of how having a good balance of all the elements in a chart really can help a musician. Fire = passion/drive, Earth = rhythm, Air = intellect/skill, and Water = emotion. Obviously not all musicians have it all, but it really helps to have a good balance of them all.
Good placements for singers/musicians
-Venus in the 2nd or 5th house -Venus in its ruler or exalted sign -Venus in conjunction with the ascendant or midheaven -Venus having harmonious aspects to the ascendant or midheaven -Venus, Moon, and/or Neptune is prominent in the chart -Moon is not afflicted -Moon in Libra or Taurus -Stelliums in Libra, Taurus, 2nd House, or 5th House -Good aspects between Sun, Moon, Venus, and Neptune. -Good as aspects/placements in the 3rd house (will help indicate if there’s ability to play instruments) -Quintiles and biquintiles can show hidden talent. See if there are any between Venus, Mercury, Moon, or Neptune.
Not so good placements
-Any afflictions to Venus or planets that sit in Taurus/Libra/2nd/5th can cancel out singing ability. -Any afflictions to the Mercury or planets that sit in the 3rd house or Gemini can make learning musical instruments difficult.
Hey guys I have put a song for each Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus and Mars sign so you can make your own mini playlist based on your placements :D I hope you like it :)))
Aries: The Trick To Life - The Hoosiers (x) Taurus: The Joker - Steve Miller Band (x) Gemini: Daylight - Matt and Kim (x) Cancer: Daydream Believer - The Monkees (x) Leo: Green Light - Lorde (x) Virgo: Call Me Out - PLTS (x) Libra: Happy - Marina & The Diamonds (x) Scorpio: No Good - Knuckle Puck (x) Sagittarius: Mustang - Skegss (x) Capricorn: NEW DORP. NEW YORK - SBTRKT & Ezra Koenig (x) Aquarius: Teenage Icon - The Vaccines (x) Pisces: For Real - Mallrat (x)
Aries: Tennessee - Kiiara (x) Taurus: Joan of Arc - Jamie T (x) Gemini: The World at Large - Modest Mouse (x) Cancer: Art School Wannabe - Sorority Noise (x) Leo: Lush Life - Zara Larsson (x) Virgo: Hourglass - Trophy Eyes (x) Libra: Some Nights - Fun. (x) Scorpio: The Science of Selling Yourself Short - Less Than Jake (x) Sagittarius: She’s Thunderstorms - Arctic Monkeys (x) Capricorn: Keep Growing - Camp Cope (x) Aquarius: One Headlight - The Wallflowers (x) Pisces: Twilight Driving - Methyl Ethel (x)
Aries: Can’t Stop - Red Hot Chili Peppers (x) Taurus: You Only Live Once - The Strokes (x) Gemini: Talk Too Much - COIN (x) Cancer: Tongue Tied - Grouplove (x)
Leo: Queen - Client Liaison (x) Virgo: Your Ex Lover Is Dead - Stars (x) Libra: Say What You Want - Columbus (x) Scorpio: Borderline - Tove Styrke (x) Sagittarius: Death To The Lads - The Smith Street Band (x) Capricorn: Best Of You - Foo Fighters (x) Aquarius: I’m Good - The Mowgli’s (x) Pisces: Feels Like We Only Go Backwards - Tame Impala (x)
Aries: You and I in Unison - La Dispute (x) Taurus: December - Neck Deep (x) Gemini: That’s What I Like - Bruno Mars (x) Cancer: Slide - Goo Goo Dolls (x)
Leo: All I Want Is You - Ball Park Music (x) Virgo: 5 Years Time - Noah and the Whale (x) Libra: Shimmer - Fuel (x) Scorpio: Inside Out - The Chainsmokers (x) Sagittarius: for him. - Troye Sivan ft. Allday (x) Capricorn: Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison (x) Aquarius: Guillotine - The Wombats (x) Pisces: Delete - DMA’s (x)
Aries: Start Me Up - Rolling Stones (x) Taurus: I’ve Given Up On You - Real Friends (x) Gemini: She Got Arrested - The Interrupters (x) Cancer: Not My Friends - Tired Lion (x) Leo: Somebody’s Talking - The Preatures (x) Virgo: Your Graduation - Modern Baseball (x) Libra: Gut Full - The Hard Aches (x) Scorpio: I Feel It Coming - The Weeknd (x) Sagittarius: Volcano Girls - Veruca Salt (x) Capricorn: Came Out Swinging - The Wonder Years (x) Aquarius: Bullshit - Dune Rats (x) Pisces: Kill Em With Kindness - Selena Gomez (x)
Title: Reckless Fandom: X-Men Word Count: 2,460 Characters: Warren Worthington III x Reader, Jean Grey, mentions of Peter Maximoff and Scott Summers Warnings: Smut, somewhat public sex Notes: Reader has a vagina. // Based on @emmcfrxst‘s suggestion for “Warren + being teased to his breaking point….” & an anon’s suggestion for “Warren smut idea: In Public.” // Please let me know if there are any errors. I wrote this over the course of a couple weeks, and when I do that, there are occasionally some inconsistencies. // This took me a little while, because I wanted to make sure that it was as good as I could make it, so I hope you all enjoy it!
Warren knew exactly what you were doing – and he knew that you knew it, too.
From the Megadeath t-shirt that you stole from him, to the black stockings that you wore in lieu of pants, all the way down to the black platform heels – he knew that you were teasing him.
-very positive and optimistic about life
-charismatic and attractive
-in love with love
-you usually enjoy children
-happy love life
-your offspring will probably be physically beautiful in adulthood
-artistically talented but lazy and overindulgent children
-you may love theatre,the movies
-I feel like this is the type of person that you will always find dancing even if there’s no music playing
I was reading your rendition of Just Hold On, (which was simply marvelous), and I wondered. Sweet Creature was made shortly after Harry's birthday. And the letter of SOTT, also passes a message that is to hold. Do you think these songs have any relation? It's hard to think of coincidences when it comes to Harry and Louis.
I had some vague thoughts about the relationship between JHO and SOTT, and this question forced me to focus my thoughts. So here they are.
Previously, I had talked about JHO as a song of affirmation and reassurance following Jay’s death. But JHO is also a love song, as the music video showed us. Not merely a love song, but a love song with pointed references to Harry and Louis (the jacket colors, the baseball cap/ fedora, the first meeting in a concert and then meeting later outside of the concert, the travel to multiple music venues around the world, the love that is not only intoxicating but domestic and ends in marriage).
SOTT also has pointed references to Jay. Harry says in his Rolling Stone interview, “The song is written from a point of view as if a mother was giving birth to a child and there’s a complication. The mother is told, ‘The child is fine, but you’re not going to make it.’ The mother has five minutes to tell the child, ‘Go forth and conquer.‘”
I had sort of dismissed this quote, but after reading this post, I could be convinced of the song as a description of Jay’s wish for her child’s career to blossom– as a way of saying good-bye, but also giving her blessing to her child. The child’s “birth” is the career coming to fruition.