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Career Astrology

Determining your possible career paths and the nature of your career is far more complex than simply looking at the sign on the Midheaven and planets in the 10th. Though these will have the strongest affect, planets aspecting the MC from different house and sign will also influence your career (the 2nd house will tell you how and what will ear. you money and the 6th describes the nature of your work environment and employees).

Here is a list of careers related to each sign and planet.

Signs

Aries/Mars

  • Army Officer
  • Butcher
  • Metal worker
  • Fire-fighter
  • Surgeon
  • Ambulance officer
  • Policeman
  • Racer
  • Test piolet
  • Sales person
  • Boss
  • Self - employed
  • Athlete
  • Boxer
  • Solider
  • Executive
  • Physical therapist
  • Mechanic
  • Gunner
  • Weapons

Nature of career: Independent/Leader/Single/Driven/Direct/Assertive/Passionate/Initiative/Aggressive/Competitive

Taurus/Venus

  • Baker
  • Chef
  • Restaurants/Cafe’s
  • Landscaper
  • Gardener
  • Farmer
  • Builder
  • Estate Agent
  • Singer/Vocalist
  • Jeweller
  • Artist
  • Body Artist
  • Craft-worker
  • Musician
  • Banker
  • Governmental employee
  • Administer
  • Investment broker
  • Financer
  • Office manager
  • Shop owner
  • Wine maker
  • Horticulturalist
  • Clothing/Fashion designer
  • Beautician

Nature of career: slow to materialise/Step by step/Stubborn in changing workplace/predictable and/or reliable routine or products/Endurance/Productivity/Thoroughness/Secure/Fixed

Gemini/Mercury

  • Writer/Author
  • Multi-takser
  • Journalism
  • Public speaker
  • Radio show host
  • Commentator
  • Broadcasting
  • Bookseller/Publisher
  • Magazine/Newspaper/Blog writer
  • Civil engenier
  • Sales representative/Salesman
  • Advertiser
  • Travel agent
  • TV product demonstrator
  • Communication or all forms
  • Mechanic
  • Personal assistent
  • Secretary
  • Show host
  • Entertainer
  • Postman
  • Teacher
  • Public transportation driver
  • Reporter
  • Comedian
  • Artificer/scribe
  • Translator
  • Librarian

Nature of career: Lots of communication involved (through speech, writing, text ect), changes career often/career ideas, structure or products changes often/Multiple career paths/Adaptable career/Superficiality is displayed in the career/Sociable/Witty/Inquisitive  

Cancer/Moon

  • Nursery Nurse
  • Nanny
  • Midwife
  • Nurse
  • Caterer
  • Chef
  • Cook
  • Home Designer
  • Interior Decorator
  • Interior Designer
  • Textile Design
  • Home wear Designer
  • Working from home
  • Family Business
  • Fisherman
  • Sailor
  • Antique Dealer
  • Museum Curator
  • Historian
  • Publican
  • Navy Officer
  • Defence Lawyer
  • Hotels/Hospitality

Nature of career: Nurturing/Women-Children-Babies is a core focus/Caring/Emotionally involved in the career/Vulnerable/Moody/Protective/Touchy/Sensitivity/Intuitive/Gentle

Leo/Sun

  • Actor
  • Leader
  • Enterainer
  • Dancer
  • Television Producer/Presenter
  • Fashion model
  • Celebrity
  • Window Dresser
  • Heating engineer
  • Judge
  • Youth Worker
  • Teacher
  • Working with gold
  • President
  • Managing Director
  • Play therapist
  • Leisure center manger
  • Cardio surgeon
  • Event Planner
  • Hairstylist
  • Radio Host

Nature of career: Get to show off/Leader/Proud/Enthusiasm/Generosity/Playfulness/Dignified/Bold

Virgo/Mercury

  • Health care
  • Dietitian
  • dental hygienist
  • Janitor/Maid/Cleaner
  • Pharmacist
  • Nurse
  • Nutritionist
  • Personal assistent
  • Accountant
  • Carpenter/Mechanic
  • Analytic
  • Proof Reader
  • Scientist
  • Critic
  • Librarian (along with gemini)
  • Data Processor
  • Management
  • Consultant
  • Yoga teacher
  • Doctor
  • Fitness Trainer
  • Vet
  • Secretary

Nature of career: Practical/Precise/Analytical/Clean and hygienic/Categorising/Service/Efficiency/Perfectionism

Libra/Venus

  • Beauty
  • Music
  • Art
  • Fashion
  • Lawyer
  • Aesthetics
  • Set/Graphic Designer
  • Beautician
  • Shopping assistant
  • Art Dealer
  • Anything in the music industry
  • Model
  • Judge
  • Diplomat
  • Welfare worker
  • Management consultant
  • Mediator
  • Dating agency
  • Negotiator
  • Business dealer

Nature of career: Balance/Equality/Harmony/Seeing both side to a situation/Diplomacy/Judgment/Adaption/Working with a partner (Husband/Wife/Business partner)/Superficiality

Scorpio/Pluto (Mars)

  • Doctor
  • Scientist
  • Psychologist
  • Detective
  • Criminal Investigator
  • Surveillance Operator
  • Private Investigator
  • Pathologist
  • Hospice Worker
  • Psychiatrist
  • Research worker
  • Hypnotherapist
  • Undertaker
  • Insurance agent
  • Sex therapy
  • Medical practitioner
  • Sewage Worker
  • Archaeologist
  • Pharmacist
  • Surgeon
  • Paramedic
  • Police Officer
  • Solider
  • FBI agent
  • Sex integrated work
  • Occultist

Nature of career: Secretive/Undercover/Mysterious/Sexual/Powerful/Intense/Transformative/Control

Sagittarius

  • Travel Guide
  • Piolet
  • Stuntman
  • Personal Trainer
  • Athlete
  • Jockey
  • Working with horses
  • Teacher
  • Lecturer
  • Tutor
  • Philosopher
  • Guru
  • Lawyer
  • Banker
  • Philanthropist
  • Travel Agent
  • Legislators
  • Gambler
  • Professor
  • Publisher

Nature of career: Adventurous/Questioning/Righteous/Idealistic/Careless/Extravagant/Exaggeration/Expansive/Optimism/Teaching

Capricorn/Saturn

  • Bureaucracy
  • Government
  • Chief executive officer (CEO)
  • Government employee
  • Administrator
  • Politician
  • Law enforcement
  • Entrepreneur
  • Bank manager
  • Teacher
  • Chiropractor
  • Orthopaedic surgeon
  • Dentist
  • Architect
  • Surveyor  
  • Builder
  • Mathematician
  • Engineer
  • Geologist
  • Judge
  • Miner
  • Plumber
  • Gardener
  • Farmer
  • Land/property dealer

Nature of career: Authority/Discipline/Conservation/Caution/Responsibility/Duty/Patient/Hard work

Aquarius/Uranus

  • Scientist
  • Quantum physicist
  • Systems analyst
  • Involved with technology and/or electricity
  • Electronic engineer
  • Social/Charity worker
  • Astronomer/Astrologer
  • Ecological consultant
  • Radiographer
  • Inventor
  • Reformer
  • Computer Programer
  • Electrician

Nature of career: Innovative/Unique/Eccentric/Unusual/Humanitarian/Technical/Group work

Pisces/Neptune

  • Psychic
  • Occult
  • Artist
  • Film maker
  • Musician
  • Dancer
  • Charity worker
  • Hospital work
  • Nurse
  • Working with liquids/gases/poisons
  • Marine/Ocean related work
  • Fishermen
  • Working near the sea/sea themed occupation
  • Rehab councillor
  • Fantasy related
  • Hypnotherapist
  • Preist
  • Healer
  • Tarot Reader
  • Sailor
  • Painter
  • Photographer
  • Illusionist

Nature of career: Beauty/Psychic/Confusion/Fantasy/Empathy/Spiritual 


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“i think” she stopped herself for a moment before nodding and continuing “yeah i think i was meant to love you, to come into the infatuated state of mind in which i continually think of you.”

“because how else can you explain this - the feeling of want and need clashing together to create this longing that aches every time i breathe?”

“how else can i tell you that i am pretty sure you were meant for me to love - that i am pretty sure your hands were meant to carry my heart?”

“but then again, if that is true, why in the world didnt you caress it considering its fragility or sing it lullabies in order for it to rest at night or why didnt you love it when it needed to be loved?”

“if my heart fits perfectly into your hands, that is Gods fault. but you breaking it? thats all on you.”

—  jennie b. // i am tired of these sick love songs that play on the radio and i am tired of you being gone

hello!!!! im really sorry but im drunk again!!! so what do u do when ur drunk???? draw fuyuhiko??!!! yes!!! here he is!!!!! my boy!!!!! take this drunk drawing of him!!! i love him!!!! and i love you!!!!!!

50 FACTS ABOUT AMERICAN SCHOOLS/ THE SCHOOL SYSTEM:

1. There is an american flag in every classroom

2.we are suppose to say the pledge of allegiance every morning

3. School lunches are literally lower grade than prison food, and we are given less

4. They sing the national anthem at every school assembly and sports game

5. If you get less than 64% you have an F and you are failing even though you got more than half correct

6. C which is average is considered a bad grade by most parents

7. You are not graded on your skill level or intelligence you are graded on your work ethic

8. Teachers degrading students is common place, by making them feel stupid and if your teacher DOESNT make you feel dumb then wow theyre amazing

9. School nurses literally give you nothing other than ice if you dont have a doctors note or a prescription medication on hand

10. The most common reason a student is given detention is “defiance of a teacher” aka talking back, correcting a teacher, or trying to explain yourself

11. Lunch is 40 minutes long

12. School starts at 7 am for 0 period, and 8 am for regular (highschool)

13. Most Teachers dont actually care if you learn anything and will send you outside and refuse to teach you because you cant pay enough attention

14. Administration rarely does anything at all about bullies

15. School gets out at 3:30 

16. Collage tuition can range from 20,000 a year to 70,000 a year, not including text books, supplies, and the cost of living (unless you’re in a dorm)

17. Text books cost anywhere from 30 to 200 dollars

18. You will be marked late to class if you are even 1 second after the bell

19. Teachers hold the power to take away your lunch period with detention

20. You will be marked down if you do not dress out for PE

21. School dances can cost from 5 to 100(ish) dollars per person

22. Most teachers dont accept late work

23. A regular night could have 1-7 hours of homework

24. Students are regularly shamed for asking to use the bathroom during class

25. There are usually no bathrooms for trans students, though you could use the nurses bathroom, but only in some states, other states it is illegal to use the school bathroom of your identity, and some places its even illegal to be out at school

26. You will fail the quarter for cheating on a test but will only be suspended for sexual assault of another student

27. Dress code tends to only be used against girls

28. Literally everyone is bullied to the point where we are told its a normal part of growing up

29. Students have such high stress levels that they match those of 1940s pych ward patients

30. Their stress levels are so high that many of them have routine mental break downs

31. Most students only get about 6 hours of sleep a night, some get less, and very few get more

32. Depression and anxiety are often just considered “lazy and shy” by the school and they will force you to present anyway

33. Students can be and are often humiliated about their weight/fitness in PE by teachers yelling things like “hurry up mall walkers, stop being lazy, this is why america is obese”

34. You have to get weighed in PE 2 or 3 times a year

35. They do not teach you about 50% of american history

36. They do not teach you about politics or what the government is doing

37. They do not teach you how to file taxes or balance a check book or maintain a healthy relationship

38. Sex ed is very minimal in many states (mostly in the south)

39. Public schools can have anywhere from 500 to 4000 students

40. Lunch costs $3.00

41. You have to get a permit from the highschool in order to get credit if you want to work when you’re 16

42. You only get an “excused absence” if you have a doctors note or your fucking dying in the hospital or something

43. Public schools up to 12th grade is free, (not including all the supplies, and PE clothes)

44. You are not allowed to share lockers with someone and will get in trouble for doing so

45. Some states do not allow trans girls to wear dresses to events and some will not allow girls or transboys to where suits

46. No educational reform movement has lasted more than 3 year

47. All states have their own schooling policy’s, and dont use the same text books

48. They still teach the same books in english from 60 years ago

49. It costs $100 to take the SAT

50. In many states teachers do not have to have a degree in what they’re teaching, just in teaching.

In my first year of Costume at Elsewhere University, I learned how to sew. Not that I hadn’t ever done it before, on the contrary I’d been handsewing for myself for years, but the first year was the same whether you were a Fashion or Costume major. So I learned how to sew by machine, how to draft a pattern to fit an average. How to deeply hate the word ‘standard’ because no-one is.

In my second year of Costume at Elsewhere University, I learned how to handsew again, better, and how to fit the people who weren’t the fashion’s idea of standard. I loved it, loved it so much the teachers, two weeks before I got my diploma, offered to take me on for a third year. There were courses, they explained, that were more historical, more detailed, more interesting.

In my third year of Costuming at Elsewhere University, I was taught by a teacher I’d never seen before. He didn’t flinch at my salt, and used iron pins, but he was different. He was also brilliant.
I spent most of that year drafting and sewing to impossible proportions. Sometimes one of my other teachers would look in, and then leave, quickly, eyes wide and face pale. There were waistcoats that looked like swiss cheese, so many armholes, and dresses that tapered into waists only a couple centimeters around.

I graduated, technically, but I missed walking the stage due to a fitting my teacher couldn’t do on his own. I could have moved, then. Left, if I’d wanted to. But there was work here, a list of contacts as long as my arm that would not help me. (Part ½)

(Part 2/2)
I stayed, though, getting my teachers help moving into a place one of my clients found for me. It’s nice, lots of space for fabric and pins, but my machine won’t work, there.

So, now, every so often, I have to come back. To find an empty machine and sew something that is all edges and shapes that people don’t like looking at. My teachers won’t meet my eyes anymore, but I’m not bothered by the students in the classrooms. Perhaps it’s because of what I’m sewing, perhaps it’s because I’m never in class, perhaps it’s because three or four of the crows always seem to be keeping an eye on me.
Either way, in my fourth year at Elsewhere University, I became the Queens Tailor, and nothing much bothered me after that.

anonymous asked:

the twins ask bill for help with their trig stuff in the future and bill can't handle the scalene triangles. You probably know who this is

hi chanon sorry im late

Bill Cipher then proceeds to explain to the Pines twins a really weird (and unexplainably awkward?) trigonometry lesson that actually ends up helping Mabel understand her summer math homework somehow??????

Cannot believe I’m posting this blob of embarrassment but chubby Sarah meet less chubby Sarah 😂 the first photo was taken back in January , after 2 kids and one too many tacos 🌮 I’ve lost around 19 pounds since then which may not seem like a lot in 4 months but I’m also gaining muscle by strength training every week. I still have over 30lbs to go before I hit my goal but remember, scales are NOT the best representation of your weight loss journey, the proof is in the photo👍🏻