Outer Planets at the Anaretic Degree in the Natal Chart
Keep in mind that Planets at 29
degrees are the radical expression of that sign!
Pluto at 29* Leo: Conjunct fixed star Regulus, the heart of the Lion, it will be generous, the epitome of excitement, and grandiose! At it’s lowest manifestation, it could be power tripping, an overblown desire for others to
listen to them, these people may be pushy and insistent that they “know”
things. This knowing will serve some people right, charging in an assured direction.
Pluto at 29* Virgo: Intuitively picks up on very
specific things about other people. Tunnel vision, notices what others
Pluto at 29* Libra: Doesn’t realize what a strong
influence and power they have over other people. Or perhaps they do realize it
and use it to their advantage.
Pluto at 29* Scorpio: Profound insights about
humanity. Sees into other people’s souls. Has a radiant magnetism about them.
Pluto at 29* Sagittarius: They may be an inspiring
spiritual leader, or just have a guru complex.
Neptune at 29* Libra: Mystifies others by fitting in
with many groups. They glide thru life with their charm and somehow know what
other people want to hear. These people are astoundingly persuasive.
Neptune at 29* Scorpio: Feeling deceived by people and
the world, people with this placement embody the most hurtful depths of
physical and emotional wounds.
Neptune at 29* Sagittarius: That flickering soul relentlessly
chases after what gives them fulfillment. Anywhere from a ruthless religious
fanatic to the seeker of truth, who often feels Neptunian fog, unsure what the
Neptune at 29* Capricorn: Achieving the ultimate goal of
the soul. The crocodile is
the least evolved manifestation of Capricorn, representing the evil CEO who
mercilessly chomps on others to get what they want. It swims thru murky waters
to understand what others cannot handle. Some who have this natal placement
will abandon spirituality to be competitive and caniving, a career climber who
ignores sensitivity. Others will take that crocodile archetype to go where many
fear to tread. The highest evolution of Capricorn is
a unicorn, using spiritual dreams to mystify others.
Neptune at 29* Aquarius: This person could bring science
and spirituality together, making a revolutionary discovery that proves the
metaphysical. Or instead they could be a brilliant scientist who adamantly
rejects the paranormal.
Uranus at 29* Cancer: Breaking away from an oppressive
family, people with the anorectic degree of Cancer are eager to find an
identity outside their upbringing.
Uranus at 29* Leo: Proudly flaunts their quirkiness,
taking their eccentricities to the extreme.
Uranus at 29* Virgo: Brilliant abilities to
synthesize information rapidly without leaving out important details. They are
very thorough yet swift.
Uranus at 29* Libra: People born with this have the
gift of finding balance when everything around them is chaotic.
Uranus at 29* Scorpio: This person loves chaos and may
cause drama as a way to get others to look within themselves.
Uranus at 29* Sagittarius: Wild and out of control, this
person could be very un-grounded unless they have other factors in their chart
to balance them. They would be very innovative in their form of art or subject
of study, creating something that gains massive attention.
Uranus at 29* Capricorn: Understanding the structure of
this world and how it needs to be altered. People with this placement have
insights to how we can make necessary changes in our government.
Uranus at 29* Aquarius: These rebels challenge us to
think in new ways, shocking the previous generations into seeing what they have
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Conquest: Cortes, Montezuma, and the Fall of Old Mexico
The unparalleled history of the fall of Old Mexico. Drawing on newly discovered sources and writing with brilliance, drama, and profound historical insight, Hugh Thomas presents an engrossing narrative of one of the most significant events of Western history. Ringing with the fury of two great empires locked in an epic battle, Conquest captures in extraordinary detail the Mexican and Spanish civilizations and offers unprecedented in-depth portraits of the legendary opponents, Montezuma and Cortés. Conquest is an essential work of history from one of our most gifted historians.
Henrietta Lacks was only 31 when she died of cervical cancer in 1951 in a Baltimore hospital. Not long before her death, doctors removed some of her tumor cells. They later discovered that the cells could thrive in a lab, a feat no human cells had achieved before.
Soon the cells, called HeLa cells, were being shipped from Baltimore around the world. In the 62 years since — twice as long as Ms. Lacks’s own life — her cells have been the subject of more than 74,000 studies, many of which have yielded profound insights into cell biology, vaccines, in vitro fertilization and cancer. Lacks’s case has sparked legal and ethical debates over the rights of an individual to his or her genetic material and tissue. (Source)
AN: Bitch I’m back. By popular demand. Lol, here’s the part 2 I’m excited to show! Bless @madhattressdelux for being my beta, I needed it. Enjoy. :)
Hanabi speaks of things that are normal for girls her age.
Sourly, she talks about how annoying homework is with a pout. Or gossip about
her classmate giving a love letter to one of the graduating seniors. The
information leaves her lips with a ghastly smirk.
This is all riveting, but Hinata is hardly listening.
One of the greatest mysteries across the infinite realms is the presence of the Rambler, the sole inhabitant of the City of Echoes that lays somewhere in the poorly-defined “upper region” of the realms. The Rambler predates the City of Echoes, which itself has existed for “merely” a few eons, evidently constructed to keep the enigmatic and annoying being from wandering from place to place, as it’s not moved since moving in. Just how long the Rambler has existed, where it came from, and whatever purpose it may have isn’t known and, in fact, literally any information about it is difficult to come across. Spending any length of time around it quickly proves why.
It’s words come in endless, meaningless streams which to some could be thought of as insightful or profound, but analysis of its “sermons” reveals a deep and astonishing lack of any coherence. Seekers of knowledge trying to divine some meaning from its words are usually crushed upon finding out that it’s apparent prophecies never pass in any reality or that the riddles and questions it presents are without logical answer (not that it will acknowledge anyone giving it an answer at all).
Some occultists wishing to prank their brethren will often call it the
God of Riddles, the God of Cryptic Prophecy, or other such enticing
titles to fool the unfortunates into opening their mind to the endless
stream and work themselves to exhaustion trying to “decipher it” or
“figure it out.”
Its sentences are unconnected rants which by all means appear to be nothing more than the ravings of a madman. In fact, the Rambler may just be a madman, though an immensely powerful one. Its ‘sermons’ are reflected by the City of Echoes to touch all corners of the infinite realms, allowing any being to “tune in” if their mind is open enough. The Rambler is aware and appreciative of all creatures listening to its words (regardless of whether or not they’re willing), often increasing its volume in their direction and causing spikes of ‘white noise’ to contaminate the mental background of their reality, impacting the lives of beings that can consciously or unconsciously tap into it.
The Rambler speaks in every language that did exist, does exist, will exist, will never exist, and cannot exist, and can verbalize languages that normally cannot be spoken. Though it can be communicated with and small bits of its essence can be summoned into a material plane, all attempts to speak to it lead it to spouting useless non-sequitur. At the very least, its summoned pieces are polite enough to stop talking (though they’ll continue to whisper) while another being is actually speaking to it.
Adrian rested his hand on the doorknob and gave me a rueful look. ʺRose, Iʹm an addict with no work ethic whoʹs likely going to go insane. Iʹm not like you. Iʹm not a superhero.ʺ ʺNot yet,ʺ I said. He scoffed, shook his head, and opened the door. Just before leaving, he gave me one more backward glance. ʺThe contractʹs null and void, by the way.ʺ I felt like Iʹd been slapped in the face. And in one of those rare moments, Rose Hathaway was rendered speechless. I had no witty quips, no elaborate explanations, and no profound insight. Adrian left, and I wondered if Iʹd ever see him again.
During a Reddit AMA, one literary commenter asked Neil which books should be read by every person on the planet, to which the director of the Hayden Planetarium offered the following eight books. Consuming these books, he said, provides “profound insight into most of what has driven the history of the Western world.”
The System of the World, Sir Isaac Newton
On the Origin of Species, Charles Darwin
Gulliver’s Travels, Jonathan Swift
The Age of Reason, Thomas Paine
The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith
The Art of War, Sun Tzu
The Prince, Niccolò Machiavelli
Introverted Feeling (Fi): Lucius is intensely emotional, but it takes him years to work up the nerve to spill out all his feelings to Ivy (why must you lead, when I want to lead? If I want to dance, I will ask you to dance!). He so frets about being able to articulate his innermost feelings that he chooses to write important things down rather than risk mangling them through speaking them. He is extremely kind and sensitive, but not much of a communicator; rather, he shows his feelings through love – through the simple act of taking Ivy’s hand (or … not taking it, as the case may be).
Extroverted Intuition (Ne): The idea of the towns fills him with wonder; Lucius wants to go out and experience things, but not for their own sake … for their meaning. He also has profound insights into other people, gained through observing them (but cannot put them into words until Ivy helps him by explaining in words what his actions mean). Lucius knows that Ivy’s father and his mother are in love with one another. He knows that Noah is upset about his impending marriage to Ivy. He is very naïve in his approach to life, but also profound in many ways, because he reads what is happening between himself and others.
Introverted Sensing (Si): He uses examples of when the creatures were “kind” to Noah as a reason for why they will not harm him in his trip to the towns (“They will see I am pure of heart…”). Because he does not touch Ivy despite loving her, he believes (accurately) that Mr. Walker does the same with his mother. He claims things Ivy has said as his own and uses them in conversations with others. He clings to some of the old beliefs and superstitions instilled in him by the elders, but also wants to push out into the wood and explore, to test them, showing a lack of fear of the future (high Ne) while being pulled toward preserving his upbringing. Though longing to see more of the world, he is also comfortable being at home, in a predictable routine.
Extroverted Thinking (Te): His arguments are logically sound and based on evidence – Noah went into the wood and the creatures did not harm him. Mr. Walker does not touch you, Mother. His affections and feelings are shown through action rather than words – taking Ivy’s hand, entering into the woods in search of “the bad color,” writing letters to explain himself and apologize rather than saying it outright.
Note: I love this movie so much. It’s so powerful. Fear of the unknown, and of stepping outside what is comfortable to experience more of the world, is an ISXJ trait. Lucius is already brave… but Ivy must find her courage by pushing through her fears out of love for him. Beautiful.
Published posthumously in 1905 by Oscar Wilde’s friend Robert Ross, De
Profundis is a long letter written while the author was in prison,
on trial on charges of having illicit relations with his friend Alfred
Douglas. Addressed to Douglas, the letter describes the events that led
to Wilde’s arrest and punishment and recounts the steps of his downfall.
The letter also tells of the resentments and sufferings of his life in
prison and provides profound insight into his emotional state. - Amazon