cons of dating the signs

Aries

  • Dislikes relationships that are too predictable
  • Wouldn’t mind talking about stuff they dislike in the relationship (this can actually be a pro depends on the kind of person you are)
  • Is actually quite possessive
  • Can actually be quite vengeful after you break up
  • Wouldn’t mind cutting you off from their life if you start acting in a way they don’t like (after they confront you about it)

Taurus

  • Literally so lazy, unless they have some fire in their personal planets, they would probably dislike adventurous dates
  • ‘netflix&chill’ all the time, you probably wouldn’t have sex, it would literally only be netflix & chill
  • They’re stubborn, they don’t like change so they wouldn’t want you trying to change them in anyway (unless they TRUST your decision 100%)
  • Good luck on having arguments with them, it’s literally like talking to a fucking wall
  • The way they act after a break up would depend on the reason, if the reason is you, then you can say goodbye to them because they would probably not forgive you(unless they have some mutable sign in their personal planets)

Gemini

  • NO
  • Okay, I’m kidding, they’re nice, but they can be manipulative at times
  • You’re a jealous person? Okay, well, good luck having them purposefully making you jealous all the time
  • Sometimes they’re not even doing them on purpose, they accidentally flirt
  • Talks about everything, in a span of 3 minutes
  • Most likely to be that kind of person in an on-off relationship due to their boredom (unless they have a fixed sign in their personal planet)

Cancer

  • Chu Chu, Join me in the feelings train
  • C L I N G Y
  • In contrary to the mainstream tumblr posts, Cancers hide their intense feelings for you
  • If you ever say the word ‘break up’ they would probably cry
  • But they wouldn’t want ANYONE to know that they cried
  • After a break up, it can take quite some time for them to forget you. They might even hold some grudge if it was your fault.

Leo

  • Needs attention all the time you don’t even know
  • The undeveloped ones would be very selfish
  • Selfish as in, they would expect you to do everything for them, while they would only do so little for you
  • Can be very possessive, but wouldn’t want you to be possessive over them
  • After a breakup, they would want you to be the one saying sorry, even though in their heart, they know they were wrong

Virgo

  • Secretly needs constant validation through words, though they don’t really show this
  • Undeveloped ones would point out your flaws and then cry when you point out theirs 
  • Would probably try to change you
  • Would stay in a dead-relationship because they don’t want to feel like your whole relationship was a waste of time, but there’s a tendency to cheat
  • After a breakup, depending on the reason of the break up, they’re most likely not want to get back together with you. They would just act like your relationship didn’t mean a thing

Libra

  • You’re basically their decision-maker
  • But if the decision that you made for them doesn’t suit their taste, they would try to manipulate you to change your decision (When it was clearly them that asked you to make the decision for them)
  • Manipulative, and most times you wouldn’t even realize you’re being manipulated
  • Don’t ever point out their physical flaws. Seriously
  • Would try to win you back after a breakup, but if you make it clear that you don’t want to, they won’t try. May come back for a chat if they miss you though

Scorpio

  • Oh Boy
  • Undeveloped ones would expect you to let them see all your layers, but they wouldn’t let you see ANY of theirs
  • Tough love
  • Would want to know the 5W+1H of all your activities
  • This is my sign, so I can definitely tell you this. They are possessive and if you ever purposefully make them jealous then prepare yourself for the wrath of your life
  • After a break up, the undeveloped ones would seek revenge, and most likely to be obsessed with your new boy/girlfriend

Sagittarius

  • There are no ‘netflix&chill’ dates
  • They need constant stimulation and cuddling on a couch while watching some movie isn’t their thing
  • Please make sure you always have your phone and internet in case you ever get lost on dates
  • They love learning new things, and some treat relationships as ‘learning’ as well, so when there’s no more of you to learn, there’s a big possibility that they would leave
  • When you break up, they would act like you’ve never had a relationship before. Like all you’ve ever been is friends.

Capricorn

  • Unless their venus is in a more playful sign like sag, they dislike mind-games in relationships
  • Loves money more than you, I’m sorry hun but it’s the truth
  • Don’t even try to make them choose between you and their work. You’ll end up getting hurt
  • Can actually be as possessive as a Scorpio, but is more lowkey
  • After a break up, they have the tendency to run away by working, so don’t be surprised when you see them at the top

Aquarius

  • May forget that you have feelings
  • Unless you wouldn’t mind having your ass ignored for a week and then having them come back to you after, then go date them
  • GOD-COMPLEX I’M NOT EXAGGERATING
  • Their friends’ validation is more important than their parents’ tbh
  • When they want to break up with you, they rarely flat out tell you. They view confrontations as ‘a waste of time’ so they would probably start ghosting you

Pisces

  • CLINGY
  • Both emotionally and physically
  • A bit possessive, though they rarely shows it
  • Passive-aggressive when mad
  • Wouldn’t flat out tell you when you’ve done something wrong and expect you to take the hint
  • After a break up, if they feel like you wouldn’t want them back, they would probably jump in another relationship fast, but there’s a possibility that their feelings for you hadn’t disappear

(CHECK YOUR VENUS+MOON)

⭐ The House of your Sun: Where you radiate your light and feel most at home with being and creating yourself

🌑 The House of your Moon: Where you go to feel safe and comforted, where you let your guard down, where you can be vulnerable 

📖 The House of your Mercury: Where you go to think, study and reflect, the place you go when you are learning 

💎 The House of your Venus: Where you go to look at yourself, listen to music, eat, and watch a movie, the place you bring friends and lovers home to

🔥 The House of your Mars: Where you go when you are inspired, when you feel unstoppable, where you trash everything when you get enraged

🌎 The House of your Jupiter: Where you go to worship, where you go to find pleasure, amusement, and experience, where you go to gain perspective 

📈 The House of your Saturn: Where you go to set goals, experience and conquer pinnacle life events, reach and reflect on accomplishments 

💡 The House of your Uranus: Where you go when you need stimulation and inspiration for change, when you experience intuitive leaps, where you go when you need a complete reversal of perspective

🔮 The House of your Neptune: Where you go when you are fantasising, when you feel spiritually hungry or become inspired, when you feel tired and in need of salvation, where you go to escape

🕳 The House of your Pluto: Where you go when you confront invisible battles, where you can speak to your soul, when you transform, your haunted and mysterious house 

-C.

tag yourself: astrology edition

Sun:
-loud and outgoing
-center of attention
-appears very self-assured
-popular af
-life of the party
-needs constant validation

Moon: 
-sensitive with capital S
-mom friend™️
-stay-at-home > parties
-kids!!!! pets!!!
-complains 2 much
-#1 cheerleader

Mercury:
-never stops talking
-knows tea about everyone
-cancels plans all the time
-always invited places
-knows everyone
-naturally good at school

Venus:
-aesthetic af
-just as pretty irl as online
-so sweet but kinda shallow
-everyone wants to be (with) them
-always has a bf/gf
-charming

Mars:
-athletic captain
-doesn’t take shit
-ambitious as all hell
-2 blunt sometimes
-can be oblivious
-has never asked for help, ever

Jupiter
-so!! many!! friends!!
-teachers/adults love them
-the best stories/memes
-always travelling
-larger than life
-charming to the point of manipulative

Saturn
-tough love™️ friend
-very responsible
-tries really hard
-doesn’t get enough credit
-has the best glo up
-can always count on them

Uranus
-always changing their looks
-new version of them all the time
-unconventional life path
-easygoing
-diverse group of friends
-not most reliable

Neptune
-does drugs….a lot
-writes poetry about their exes
-just wants to be loved
-makes others think they’re super innocent
-daydreams all the time
-avoids responsibility

Pluto
-often forgotten about
-small but angry
-very powerful and turbulent
-can’t control themselves
-intimidating
-intuitive/psychic powers

My (super honest) Take on the Moon Signs

Aries: Moody but energetic. Unaware of the other person’s feelings sometimes only because they’re total realists. Overall just A LOT of energy. 

Taurus: Calm and cool, very connected to family and somewhat cut off from people. Has witty moments and likes to make people laugh. Low key mean all the time though. 

Gemini: Very pleasant to be around, light and airy vibe. Can have very deep but also light conversations. Easy to get close to and will be there for you on their terms. 

Cancer: Brutally honest and if you’re good to them, they’ll be amazingly good to  you. Has very sudden mood changes that come as a surprise. Kind and caring to their friends (or acquaintances). 

Leo: Very egotistical and bossy. Has good moments and they’re very rare. Surprisingly hard to get close to. A little bit on the mean side. 

Virgo: LITERALLY THE MOST RESPONSIBLE WOW (maybe besides capricorn moon). Kind of a worry wart, and very analytical. Has a tough time with emotions. 

Libra: I know so many holy crap. Pleasant and serene vibe. I would say they’re both optimistic and pessimistic at the same time (depending on the situation one or the other). Really fair with everyone and tries to be a mediator. 

Scorpio: Has this struggle of wanting others to know them more deeply and yet won’t them. Quite creative and isn’t afraid of dark or mysterious things. Independence is a blessing and a curse with them. 

p: Sagittarius: Quite optimistic, (maybe) has an interest in other countries, travelling, or languages. Like Scorpio moon, independence is a blessing and a curse. Very intelligent but more prone to laziness. 

Capricorn: Uptight people to be around. Is very prone to negative attitudes. Probably the most responsible moon signs. Emotional matters are not their forte. Not a lot of sympathy for others. 

Aquarius: Truly doesn’t understand their own emotions. Especially when it comes to people. Astoundingly (no offense) has a lot of friends despite their emotional nature. 75% of the time they can be fine, other times they can be outright rude. 

Pisces: Supportive and sympathetic. Will be there for you thick in thin. A little bit out there, and low key lives in their own world. Lets people walk all over them unfortunately (only because they have a good heart). 

  • Ascendant/1st house: I am the mask you forget you're wearing
  • Moon: I am the face you wear when you cannot cope anymore
  • 4th house: Inside, you are actually me. I safeguard your birth chart
  • 3rd house: I am the voice you talk with and the eyes you see with (remember we perceive with the mind, not the eyes)
  • 5th: I am the big kid in you
  • 6th house: I am the face you wear at work
  • Venus: I am you when you satisfy your needs for pleasure, love, comfort, and beauty
  • 7th house: I am the lost parts of you hiding in other people
  • Mars: I am you when you feel threatened
  • Jupiter: I am you when you feel in peak condition and confidence
  • Pluto: I am the face of your therapist, the face of your aggressor, the face of your healer.
  • 9th house: I am you when you travel overseas, start university, and study astrology
  • Saturn: I am the voice of the parent who criticised you
  • 10th house: I am the face that the world can see, they all see my success, they don't see my work, trauma, labour, and resilience
  • Neptune: I am your psychic faculties, you source spiritual inspiration from me
  • 12th house: I am the face that nobody sees
The Day You Were Born

*Note. This is a very minor factor in the human psyche, and not technically a component of the natal chart. Each day of the week has an energy which it imparts to individuals born on it, but it is vague and often a subtle undertone or theme rather than a prominent, overt, direct influence. This is closely related to the “mundane” matters of the 6th house, the everyday aspect of our lives, and how you approach or behave in that area. The planet ruling your day of birth may be interpreted to have increased energy or importance in your natal chart.


SUNDAY || Sun

People born on Sunday tend to have well-defined identities, or at least a strong sense of self, and they deeply value their individuality. They can be very creative individuals, full of vitality and unique personal power, and they’re often well-liked for their radiance. Above all, their opinion of & belief in themselves drives them in their everyday lives. Their actions revolve around independent choice.


MONDAY || Moon

People born on Monday tend to be rather sensitive and emotionally responsive. Their feelings are deep & strong, and typically have a significant influence over their actions. Privacy and comfort are priorities in their everyday lives; they strive to feel safe, and may be reserved. They can be profoundly compassionate. They value their memories, which are usually vivid & clear, and protect their history.


TUESDAY || Mars

People born on Tuesday tend to be energetic and forthright, with a vital intensity and passionate disposition that carries them throughout their everyday lives. Taking action and being decisive are important to them; strength of character, ambition, and progress help define who they are. They enjoy exhilaration and feed off adrenaline, so they could be reckless thrill-seekers if they’re able.


WEDNESDAY || Mercury

People born on Wednesday tend to be thoughtful and inventive. Their minds are central to their identity; the cultivation, communication, and manifestation of ideas is often what their everyday lives revolve around. Exchanges are crucial to their well-being, as conversation is their main avenue of self-expression. They tend to be busy-bodies, focused on a perpetually-flowing daily process.


THURSDAY || Jupiter

People born on Thursday tend to have “big” personalities; they’re often open, expressive, & engaging. Being a part of the world around them is vital to their happiness, & that is what their everyday lives revolve around. The pleasures of life are their hobbies. Their minds & hearts are expansive, giving them grand ideas & grand connectivity. The deeper meaning of things is important to them.


FRIDAY || Venus

People born on Friday tend to be charming & generally likeable. They’re polite, graceful, and easygoing, with rather “breezy” and warm personalities which attract others to them. They have a good sense of style & know how to present themselves in appealing ways. Beauty, indulgence, pleasure, & self-esteem are what their everyday lives revolve around. Their values are important to them.


SATURDAY || Saturn

People born on Saturday tend to have solid, responsible personalities. They are focused, determined, and disciplined. They may be reserved individuals with anxious dispositions or a cool, collected mien typically mistaken for coldness. Their strong, definite ambitions and continuous self-improvement are what their everyday lives revolve around. They are dignified, independent hard-workers.

Planets: As Seen by Voyager

The Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft explored Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune before starting their journey toward interstellar space. Here you’ll find some of those images, including “The Pale Blue Dot” – famously described by Carl Sagan – and what are still the only up-close images of Uranus and Neptune.

These twin spacecraft took some of the very first close-up images of these planets and paved the way for future planetary missions to return, like the Juno spacecraft at Jupiter, Cassini at Saturn and New Horizons at Pluto.

Jupiter

Photography of Jupiter began in January 1979, when images of the brightly banded planet already exceeded the best taken from Earth. They took more than 33,000 pictures of Jupiter and its five major satellites. 

Findings:

  • Erupting volcanoes on Jupiter’s moon Io, which has 100 times the volcanic activity of Earth. 
  • Better understanding of important physical, geological, and atmospheric processes happening in the planet, its satellites and magnetosphere.
  • Jupiter’s turbulent atmosphere with dozens of interacting hurricane-like storm systems.

Saturn

The Saturn encounters occurred nine months apart, in November 1980 and August 1981. The two encounters increased our knowledge and altered our understanding of Saturn. The extended, close-range observations provided high-resolution data far different from the picture assembled during centuries of Earth-based studies.

Findings:

  • Saturn’s atmosphere is almost entirely hydrogen and helium.
  • Subdued contrasts and color differences on Saturn could be a result of more horizontal mixing or less production of localized colors than in Jupiter’s atmosphere.
  • An indication of an ocean beneath the cracked, icy crust of Jupiter’s moon Europa. 
  • Winds blow at high speeds in Saturn. Near the equator, the Voyagers measured winds about 1,100 miles an hour.

Uranus

The Voyager 2 spacecraft flew closely past distant Uranus, the seventh planet from the Sun. At its closest, the spacecraft came within 50,600 miles of Uranus’s cloud tops on Jan. 24, 1986. Voyager 2 radioed thousands of images and voluminous amounts of other scientific data on the planet, its moons, rings, atmosphere, interior and the magnetic environment surrounding Uranus.

Findings:

  • Revealed complex surfaces indicative of varying geologic pasts.
  • Detected 11 previously unseen moons.
  • Uncovered the fine detail of the previously known rings and two newly detected rings.
  • Showed that the planet’s rate of rotation is 17 hours, 14 minutes.
  • Found that the planet’s magnetic field is both large and unusual.
  • Determined that the temperature of the equatorial region, which receives less sunlight over a Uranian year, is nevertheless about the same as that at the poles.

Neptune

Voyager 2 became the first spacecraft to observe the planet Neptune in the summer of 1989. Passing about 3,000 miles above Neptune’s north pole, Voyager 2 made its closest approach to any planet since leaving Earth 12 years ago. Five hours later, Voyager 2 passed about 25,000 miles from Neptune’s largest moon, Triton, the last solid body the spacecraft had the opportunity to study.

Findings: 

  • Discovered Neptune’s Great Dark Spot
  • Found that the planet has strong winds, around 1,000 miles per hour
  • Saw geysers erupting from the polar cap on Neptune’s moon Triton at -390 degrees Fahrenheit

Solar System Portrait

This narrow-angle color image of the Earth, dubbed ‘Pale Blue Dot’, is a part of the first ever ‘portrait’ of the solar system taken by Voyager 1. 

The spacecraft acquired a total of 60 frames for a mosaic of the solar system from a distance of more than 4 billion miles from Earth and about 32 degrees above the ecliptic.

From Voyager’s great distance, Earth is a mere point of light, less than the size of a picture element even in the narrow-angle camera.

“Look again at that dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives.” - Carl Sagan

Both spacecraft will continue to study ultraviolet sources among the stars, and their fields and particles detectors will continue to search for the boundary between the Sun’s influence and interstellar space. The radioisotope power systems will likely provide enough power for science to continue through 2025, and possibly support engineering data return through the mid-2030s. After that, the two Voyagers will continue to orbit the center of the Milky Way.

Learn more about the Voyager spacecraft HERE.

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Solar System: 10 Things to Know This Week

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Here are 10 perspective-building images for your computer desktop and mobile device wallpaper. 

These are all real images, sent very recently by our planetary missions throughout the solar system. 

1. Our Sun

Warm up with this view from our Solar Dynamics Observatory showing active regions on the Sun in October 2017. They were observed in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light that reveals plasma heated to over a million degrees. 

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2. Jupiter Up-Close

This series of enhanced-color images shows Jupiter up close and personal, as our Juno spacecraft performed its eighth flyby of the gas giant planet on Sept. 1, 2017. 

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3. Saturn’s and Its Rings

With this mosaic from Oct. 28, 2016, our Cassini spacecraft captured one of its last looks at Saturn and its main rings from a distance. 

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4. Gale Crater on Mars

This look from our Curiosity Mars rover includes several geological layers in Gale crater to be examined by the mission, as well as the higher reaches of Mount Sharp beyond. The redder rocks of the foreground are part of the Murray formation. Pale gray rocks in the middle distance of the right half of the image are in the Clay Unit. A band between those terrains is “Vera Rubin Ridge,” where the rover is working currently. The view combines six images taken with the rover’s Mast Camera (Mastcam) on Jan. 24, 2017. 

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5. Sliver of Saturn

Cassini peers toward a sliver of Saturn’s sunlit atmosphere while the icy rings stretch across the foreground as a dark band on March 31, 2017. This view looks toward the unilluminated side of the rings from about 7 degrees below the ring plane. 

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6. Dwarf Planet Ceres 

This image of the limb of dwarf planet Ceres shows a section of the northern hemisphere, as seen by our Dawn mission. Prominently featured is Occator Crater, home of Ceres’ intriguing “bright spots.” The latest research suggests that the bright material in this crater is comprised of salts left behind after a briny liquid emerged from below. 

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7. Martian Crater

This image from our Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) shows a crater in the region with the most impressive known gully activity in Mars’ northern hemisphere. Gullies are active in the winter due to carbon dioxide frost, but northern winters are shorter and warmer than southern winters, so there is less frost and less gully activity. 

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8. Dynamic Storm on Jupiter

A dynamic storm at the southern edge of Jupiter’s northern polar region dominates this Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of Juno. This storm is a long-lived anticyclonic oval named North North Temperate Little Red Spot 1. Citizen scientists Gerald Eichstädt and Seán Doran processed this image using data from the JunoCam imager. 

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9. Rings Beyond Saturn’s Sunlit Horizon 

This false-color view from the Cassini spacecraft gazes toward the rings beyond Saturn’s sunlit horizon. Along the limb (the planet’s edge) at left can be seen a thin, detached haze. 

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10. Saturn’s Ocean-Bearing Moon Enceladus

Saturn’s active, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus sinks behind the giant planet in a farewell portrait from Cassini. This view of Enceladus was taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft on Sept. 13, 2017. It is among the last images Cassini sent back before its mission came to an end on Sept. 15, after nearly 20 years in space. 

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Applying Wallpaper:
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2. Right-click on the image (control-click on a Mac) and select the option ‘Set the Background’ or 'Set as Wallpaper’ (or similar).

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This is not a Van Gogh painting, you’re looking at a color-enhanced image of a massive, raging storm in Jupiter’s northern hemisphere. This spectacular image was captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft during its ninth close flyby about 6,281 miles from the tops of the clouds of Jupiter.

(Image Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt/ Seán Doran)