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The Twelfth House

Originally posted by imkindof

Natural Sign: Pisces

Natural Planet: Neptune

Comfortable Planets: Jupiter, Venus

What It Represents:

  • the unconscious 
  • self-sacrifice
  • sorrows and anxieties
  • dreams
  • escapism and addictions
  • self-undoing 
  • karma
  • hidden enemies
  • betrayal
  • grief 
  • unwilling (most of the time) restrictions, whether physical or mental 
  • coping mechanisms
  • loneliness

Given it’s themes it is naturally as hard to grasp as magnetic.

Everything in this house is hidden from us but still there somewhow. Like a tv left on mute; you still know it’s there even if you can’t hear it. 

It shows things that happened or were felt before we were even born, just before the first house (who we are, how we came to this world).

Where we feel unable to keep going so we run. What we are willing to sacrifice for others and the greater good. Things we push to the back of our minds until we explode, ending up as surprised about it as those around us.

Things that don’t even feel real.

But it isn’t necesarilly bad at all. In order to advance we must pay and overcome our karmic debts. And once it’s done, it gives incredible power, planets in the twelfth house are tainted with unique traits, no other house could give after all.

Twelfth house planets feel lonely and isolated from the outer world, but if mastered they are energies we don’t even have to express for others to notice them, they blend with the mind in an exquisite way, giving this house dreamy nature a direction and use.

For this we must find our sixth house energy.


**You can use the planet’s ruling signs if you don’t have any in the twelfth house but take into account that the effect will be obviously less powerful.

Sun (Leo): creates a selfless and dreamy personality with strong instincts. There’s a constant search for who they are, tiny pieces of their personality slip through their daily life and dreams, but they feel as if the left just as quickly. Their giving nature can often become martyrdom used to fill that idealized idea they can have of themselves, feeling like some sort of “saint” or saviour. At their best they can become wise and at peace with life, teaching others to give more to others. They dream to shine and be recognized.

Moon (Cancer): there’s a powerful need to escape and be alone for a while. They can be easily drained because of their absorbing emotional nature, creating a need to be alone in order to recharge. Can feel abandoned by their mother and somehow helpless when it comes to how they feel. Emotions can be often misunderstood and this people can even ignore them to the point they explode (usually with no one around), suddenly realizing what they were feeling. Dreams of taking care of others and being taken care of.

Mercury (Gemini/Virgo): inner restlessness affects the native, they can feel they lack intelligence and get lost in their heads, which makes them immensely creative. Can have trouble with thinking process and expressing themselves verbally. They’re the type of people that think with their hearts even though they try to hide it. Dreams to share their thoughts. 

Mars (Aries): unable to actively express their doubts and fears. Selflessly protects the helpless and is a fighter at it’s core. Prone to self victimization and bottling up anger due to fear of losing control and hurting others in the process. There’s an inner restlessness and desire for action and excitement but energy seems lost to them. A past of physical abuse can be common. Dreams to become a hero.

Venus (Taurus/Libra): it’s one of the most beautiful placements for the twelfth house, it creates a beautiful subconscious and when this people love, they do it with all their heart, they are willing to die for those they love and preserve that dreamy and sensitive quality only the twelfth house can give. Dreams to be loved and to love. Must be careful not to become dependent.

Jupiter (Sagittarius): there’s reluctance to expand in the physical plane, but infinite opportunities to grow spiritually. Optimism feels out of reach as well as beliefs. Is willing to sacrifice for what they believe in. Dreams to become some sort of teacher and accumulate wisdom. Meditation would be ideal for people with this placement. They are the type of people that like to do good for others behind the curtains.

Saturn (Capricorn): they may feel trapped somehow, there´s a sensation of hardship in their lives, as well as unexpected betrayal from others. The father figure may have been absent or involved in some kind of addiction. Structure is blurry in their lives and they may feel as if things are bound to fall apart at some point. Dreams of success, even though dreaming and imagining can be difficult for them.

Uranus (Aquarius): revolutionary desires are supressed or not even considered to exist in their psyche. Erratic actions and detachment can be used as a way of self destruction, but once mastered this people are willing to sacrifice for their freedom and the well being of others Just like with mercury there may be inner restlessness and eccentric dreams that are hard to find a meaning to. Dreams of change. Prone to feeling trapped.

Neptune (Pisces): this natives have great sensibility and compassion which can lead them to addictions in order to escape, so they must be extremely careful with how they deal with everything. Reality does not cage them, gifting them with immense intuition and creativity. Dreams can be prophetic or somehow psychic.

Pluto (Scorpio): grudges are swallowed and kept in the subconscious. There’s a lot of darkness within. that can be used either to heal or destroy. Infinitely complex subconscious. Need to explore the darkest side of their psyches, but reluctance to do it. This people keep many secrets and can be very unstable. There could be a past of psychological abuse. Dreams of power and transformation.

My Hero Academia Chapter 152

Well… This was nothing less than amazing.

We open on a flashback of Overhaul and Chrono discussing the Quirk destroying bullets and how they are unable to mass produce the perfect quirk destroying bullet, then it cuts to Shin ready to fire.

This is something I really love about this series and its showing that the vilains are able to think for themselves and roll with the punches. Usually in manga its the villain has control of the board and we focus on the hero coming up with a way around it, but with this, its the opposite. While we know who Togata is and have gotten a good grasp of his character, this scene really helps flesh out the villains, even if its a minor one like Shin Nemoto.

Y’know I was a little upset with the whole fight between Mirio and Shin because it really seemed way to easy and was just spinning its wheel, but now I see the effect of it and it makes me realize that it wasn’t a waste of time.

That’s something I always love, a laater chapter that shows a chapter I was down on was actually a small piece in a bigger picture.

We cut to Mirio’s POV


I really like this…. Like this is how to do a life flash before your eyes right. This flashback isn’t saying some shoehorned in bullcrap trying to make this more sad than it is, but rather its stuff we’re aware of and lets us see just who Mirio has been up to this point and the journey hes been on.

I sense a disturbance in the force…

Oh shit this fight ain’t over! (Though I wouldn’t be talking about sick in the head, Overhaul)

This is everything great about comic book heroes right here. Horikoshi has actually managed to combine the aspects of a hero being this strong symbol of virtue, but also combining it with humanity that not only makes this insirational, but also relatable.

He’s a hero!

But even with all his skill and strength, the fight is definitely getting to him.

Our Chapter ends with Deku arriving on time to enter the fray

Post Chapter Follow Up: Oh my god, I didn’t know it was possible to have this much awesome in one chapter, but it happened. Okay so lets start off with unloading it all. First of all, all the characterization was top notche. Shin got his moment to prove he was relevant, Mirio got to show just how far his heroism goes, and we start peeking even more into Overhaul’s psyche .

the action is on poin. All the blows and movement really get you exicited while reading it. The story telling as well. It’s chapters of MHA like this that proves this wasn’t some fluke hit, this is genuine good writing from a damn fine author.

So I can’t wait for next week because it the last weeks have been any indication, it can keep getting better and better.

Final Verdict: 10/10

  • Great character moments
  • Great pacing
  • Great action
  • This is heroism right here

anonymous asked:

Why do all those people who're not even that much into SW think they have any say in the discussion about whether reylo can or cannot happen? Why do they think their 'opinions' are somehow more valid than of those who've been in the fandom for years, seeing couples similar to reylo become canon one by one in the EU, and becoming familiar with the most important themes presented in SW? Why do some people think they can talk about things they objectively know nothing about?

All good questions I can’t answer.

I’ve been a lifelong SW fan, and I am frankly appalled at the level to which antis will go to imply that I have no idea what SW is about…

It’s insane to see Darth Vader/Anakin explored, and then somehow look at Kylo Ren as a character not worth exploring in SW.

It’s insane to see ships like Revan/Bastila, Luke/Mara Jade, etc. be fully developed and LOVED in the old EU… and to see people now become so ferociously AGAINST something like Reylo… how did the same dynamic presented in previously beloved ships get buried underneath the weight of shitty discourse?

I find it utterly baffling that anyone is surprised a Skywalker is a central character – a protagonist.

I find it utterly baffling that anyone is surprised the grandson of Vader makes poor choices, but still has a chance at redemption despite that – and that redemption will likely come through love and understanding of others.

I find it confusing that people are so hateful and critical of Kylo/Ben’s emotionality, and yet hail characters like Anakin and Luke at such high regard – both extremely emotional and vulnerable characters.

I find it stupid that people are so out of touch with the central themes of this franchise that they think it’s beyond imagination to pair a Skywalker with someone they don’t initially get along with at first….

I find it silly that people think the son of Han Solo wouldn’t be a cocky bastard, to some extent. If you liked that about Han, why do you hate it so much about Kylo? He’s like his father in that way, ya dingus.

I find a lot of the arguments people make against Kylo weird, because it really does seem detached not only from the franchise itself (movies AND old EU, as well as what direction the new canon seems to be going), but it all seems pretty detached from generally complex and nuanced storytelling entirely. The antis’ view of fictional stories seems quite puritanical to me… the villain can ONLY BE THE VILLAIN. Redemption is apparently no longer a thing that can happen in the realm of high fantasy… because, instead of looking at the metaphor behind the characters and seeing the themes as representative of the human psyche, the actions made by characters are being taken quite literally as the “example” not to follow…

But… that’s just not how fiction works – ESPECIALLY high fantasy, where the rules of the universe are so far removed from our own.

It’s fascinating how so many antis think they’re being progressive, when really what they’re proposing are flat stories without nuance or complexity; they want the literal interpretation to be what we take away. Puritanical is the word that keeps coming to mind… I have this feeling it’s been birthed from American culture, which tends to be so DOMINATING and overpowering, as well as conservative in the way it approaches these kinds of things. (no offense to Americans – that’s not my intention in what I’m saying).

the moon expresses consciously through woman and unconsciously through man, a deep well of symbolism and songs of the goddess, gentle and shadowing half of the human psyche. these actions can be automatic, ritualistic, and intuitive. ancient astrology suggests teachings relaying the story of one’s current moon sign reflecting their past life sun sign

catsintrashcans  asked:

It makes me happy when people care that smoking is OOC for Shinji and drinking is OOC for Junpei like . . . you KNOW what's up and you respect the characters thank you so much Carmen

Replying publicly because 1) I am glad other people realize as well and 2) these two boys are dear to me and I want the fandom to know them better, because they are so SO misunderstood and horribly OOC (out of character) in most of the western fanworks, and that just saddens me and makes it difficult to enjoy these otherwise lovely fanfics and drawings of you fellow fans. Let’s just focus on the “drinking and smoking” part though, since talking about all the “common fandom-canons that are actually AUs because they contradict the characters’ psyche and actions altogether” are many for these two:

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