mother mercury

moon aspects + your mother
  • Sun-Moon: Your mother has a strong effect on your identity, ego, and self-expression. Your mother may have been creative and charismatic, but egotistical and dramatic.
  • Mercury-Moon: Your mother has a strong effect on your mind and how you communicate to others. Your mother may have been intelligent and logical, but emotionally ignorant and tactless.
  • Venus-Moon: Your mother has a strong effect on what attracts you and what you want in a relationship. Your mother may have been beautiful and charming, but shallow and materialistic.
  • Mars-Moon: You mother has a strong effect on your actions and energy. Your mother may have been powerful and strong, but aggressive and abrasive.
  • Jupiter-Moon: Your mother has a strong effect on your talents and what you believe in. Your mother may have been funny and optimistic, but preachy and blunt.
  • Saturn-Moon: Your mother has a strong effect on your responsibilities and what you seek to excel in. Your mother may have been mature and responsible, but strict and and cold.
  • Uranus-Moon: Your mom has a strong effect on your quirks and what you want to revolutionize. Your mother may have been popular and weird, but arrogant and detached.
  • Neptune-Moon: You mom has a strong effect on your dreams and what you want to delve deeper into spiritually. You mother may have been compassionate and sweet, but manipulative and sacrificial.
  • Pluto-Moon: Your mom has a strong effect on your potential and what you feel guilty about. Your mother may have been intense and deep, but paranoid and volatile.
  • Sun: Our inner and outer glow
  • Moon: The person we become when we need our mother
  • Mercury: The chatterbox in the mind
  • Venus: Senses, the music of the heart
  • Mars: Directed energy, impulse, surges
  • Jupiter: The voice of celebration, encouragement, the treasure map
  • Saturn: The critical parent voice
  • Neptune: What we seek for redemption
  • Uranus: Light bulb 'eureka' moments
  • Pluto: The soul's manuscript
KEYWORDS FOR ASTROLOGY TERMS
  • SUN: Basic personality, your ego, how you express your creativity, how acquaintances and friends get to know you, your father.
  • MOON: The more private aspect of your personality, your emotions, how you express your sensitivity, the most intimate part of you, how your family knows you, your mother, your childhood.
  • MERCURY: Communication, how you process information, how you think, speech patterns, sense of humor, your wit, your siblings.
  • VENUS: Love and relationships, how you relate to others socially, how you show affection to others, your charm, your beauty standards, what you find attractive in others, the women you attract in your life.
  • MARS: Drive, ambition, stamina, willpower, what your goals are and how you achieve them, how you show your passion, how you react when you're angry, how you express yourself sexually, the men you attract in your life.
  • JUPITER: Philosophy, religion, higher-level of thinking, luck, how you express your faith, how you just 'trust', what your life purpose is, where you get your lucky breaks, how you experience prosperity.
  • SATURN: Authority, time, karma, limitations, methodical planning, how you ground yourself, your fears, where you feel weakest, your responsibilities, your commitments, how you have to focus, how you must improve.
  • URANUS: Technology, change, enlightenment, novelty, chaos, disruption, intuition, how you express your individualism, how you’re erratic and unpredictable, how you need your independence, how you need to break boundaries.
  • NEPTUNE: Dreams, illusion, spirituality, sensitivity, art, cinema, media, glamor, how you express your idealism and imagination, how you feel disappointment, how you wear rose-colored glasses, the mysterious, the unclear, the undefinable.
  • PLUTO: Personal power, transformation, where you’re both self-destructive and creative, how you face power struggles and upheaval, how you regenerate, how you heal.
  • CHIRON: Your deepest pain, where you feel inadequate, your personal sound, where you overcompensate, how you can heal others.
  • ASCENDANT/RISING SIGN (1ST HOUSE): How you first come across to people, your facial expression, your mannerisms, your appearance, how you initially approach things, your view on life.
  • 2ND HOUSE: Your self esteem, your resources and possessions, your wealth, your income, your talents, your values and morals.
  • 3RD HOUSE: Your observation and analysis skills, your thinking skills, your basic education, your curiosity, short trips, your local community and neighborhood.
  • Imum Coeli/IC (4TH HOUSE): Latin for "bottom of the sky." Your home, your family, your traditions, your history, where you feel the most comfortable, the most private part of your personality.
  • 5TH HOUSE: Self-expression, creativity, recreation, drama, art, writing, romance, romance and dating, your children or your attitude towards them.
  • 6TH HOUSE: How you serve others, your workplace, everyday routine, small pets, your health and how you maintain it, your organization and schedule.
  • DESCENDANT (7th HOUSE): One-on-one partnerships, traits and characteristics you seek in others, business partnerships, marriage, open enemies, competitors, roommates.
  • 8TH HOUSE: Intimacy, transformation, how you let certain parts of yourself "die" or "fade away", how you reform, how you restore, the give and take of control.
  • 9TH HOUSE: The higher truth, higher-education, travelling to foreign lands, learning about new culture or ways of life, enlightenment, looking at the bigger picture.
  • MEDIUM COELI/MIDHEAVEN (10TH HOUSE): Latin for "middle of the sky." Your aspirations in life, your goals, your career, who you want to be, your reputation, what the public views you as.
  • 11TH HOUSE: Your hopes and dreams, your friends, your acquaintances, how you network, humanitarian concerns, philanthropy, ideals you seek to live by.
  • 12TH HOUSE: Your secret motives, your hidden agendas, self-sacrifice, co-dependence, serving others, healing, hidden knowledge, hidden personality, spirituality.
Parenting

Moon & Ceres: how you will nurture your children.
Jupiter & Saturn: what you will teach your children.
Mercury & Saturn: how you will teach your children.
Moon & Saturn: how you will discipline your children.
Fourth house: what kind of home you will create.
Fifth house: the general relationship you’ll have with your children, what type of legacy they will be for you, and what resources you’ll share with them.
Second & sixth house: how & what you’ll provide for your children.

At some point, Fred said ‘No, no, no this isn’t good enough, I have to go higher here, I have to put more into this, I have to get more power in.’ So he downs a couple of more vodkas, stands up, and goes for it. And you can hear the middle eight of 'Mother Love’ just soars to incredible heights…. and this is a man who can’t really stand any more without incredible pain and is very weak, has no flesh on his bones, and you can hear the power, the will he’s got.
—  Brian May in a BBC Radio 1 interview in 1995
Intercepted Planets

Planets are intercepted when they are positioned in intercepted signs (I have a post on that here)

Intercepted planets don’t exhibit their energies very well, the planet wasn’t developed very well in childhood and usually creates a lacking in the personality.

Intercepted Sun: The ego wasn’t developed very well and as a child the person may have not been given much validation or praise in childhood. The person may have also had a hard time connecting with their father

Intercepted Moon: Emotional support or nurturing wasn’t a prominent theme in this person’s upbringing. As a result, these people aren’t very good at handling their emotions, or that of others. They may have also had a hard time connecting with their mothers.

Intercepted Mercury: These people don’t have much faith in their intellectual capabilities. They may have been told they were stupid growing up. They may have trouble believing their own judgement. 

Intercepted Venus: These people may not have felt a lot of love growing up and so they find it hard to love and have confidence in themselves.

Intercepted Mars: They may have found it hard to assert themselves in childhood, they could’ve had an overpowering parent, or on the flip side, a parent who never let them fight their own fights.

Intercepted Jupiter: These people may not have had any solid direction in their life and tend to feel like the unluckiest people in the world. It is important they surround themselves with optimistic people. 

Intercepted Saturn: Authoritarian figures in this person’s life may have not been very present or they may have exploited the influence they had on the native for their own gain. These people find it hard to fight their problems because they’re never really sure of the cause.

Intercepted Uranus: These people may find it hard to embrace their own individuality and they decide to stay in the safe side because they’re not sure how to express their unique side. 

Intercepted Neptune: These people may have had their imaginations suppressed by their family or parents, they may not have been able to develop their own dreamy, imaginative side.  

Intercepted Pluto: These people were taught that the darkness in life should be avoided and not explored. These people often feel the need to explore this darkness but the innate fear they have prohibits them to do so.

First part of my “Metal GIRLS Solid” project is finished.

Strangelove, The Boss and Eva ( Metal Gear Solid )

Next part: soon!

  • Sun: Our inner and outer glow
  • Moon: The person we become when we need our mother
  • Mercury: The chatterbox in the mind
  • Venus: Senses, the music of the heart
  • Mars: Directed energy, impulse, surges
  • Jupiter: The voice of encouragement and assurance
  • Saturn: The critical parent voice
  • Neptune: What we seek for redemption
  • Uranus: Sudden leaps in consciousness/intuition
  • Pluto: The soul's manuscript

Freddie Mercury’s mother was watching the Olympic closing ceremony when her adored son’s image suddenly appeared on a vast screen. “I cried out: ‘Oh my dear boy, where are you?’” she tells me. “I miss him so much.” A cheeky smile then spreads across her face. “They showed John Lennon too, but there was much more applause for my Freddie.”-A 2012 interview with Jer Bulsara