puzzle house

Uranus in the sixth house - Professionally Puzzling

“There’s an opposite to déjà vu. They call it jamais vu. It’s when you meet the same people or visit places, again and again, but each time is the first. Everybody is always a stranger. Nothing is ever familiar.”

Uranus is the unique self expression, the neon flashlights of individuality, and the need for excitement. The sixth house is subordinate and applies to the integration of the ego with accepting the needs of others. So you can imagine there could be some difficulties negotiating Uranus in the sixth house. However the individual born with this placement tends to have a great ingenuity for everyday affairs, routine and rhythm wise, using technology to create ease of life, and solving problems when they arise at work. Because Uranus refuses to settle, the individual may prefer to work erratic hours or remain a casual employee. Maybe he has trouble performing once a job becomes too repetitive or mundane. There may be a distortion when the individual attempts to define themselves amongst others. The feeling of being outsider and abnormal could resonate here.

Sudden intellectual breakthroughs can be made at the workplace, and the individual may act irresponsibly. But despite a certain rebellion or unpredictability, the person can be very well loved by the employer, and appreciated for the refreshing ideas and innovative spirit that the individual brings to the job. Uranus rattles abrupt changes, and there may be a need to frequently change jobs. Or the individual may find themselves suddenly unemployed. There can be a preference for work that appeals to the obscure and strange, and also jobs that involve technology. The individual is known to exhale a breath of fresh air throughout the work place and lean toward roles that involve some form of service. Easing into a routine is pure chaos, and there will be a need to keep moving and experience new occupations that stimulate and challenge the intellect. The sixth house is a projection of what we can give to others. With inventive Uranus plugged into the sixth house wall, the individual conceives innovative ways to assist people in some way. Freedom within the role is important. Maybe the person could be a nurse who works alone visiting people in their own residence. Or maybe a technology support person who works from home. These would couple the independence of Uranus with the serving theme of the sixth house.

Unusual domestic habits can be indicated with Uranus in the sixth. Maybe the person struggles with punctuality or cannot keep professional matters in order. There can be a lack of interest in carrying out what could be considered responsibilities of daily living such as keeping the bills up to date or taking out insurance. Uranus can cause disarray, and the individual may live amongst complete disorder or exhibit the exact opposite, there may be a fanaticism with keeping the living space orderly. Maybe there is the fear of contracting mysterious illnesses. Radical approaches to healthy living such as eating organic or herbalist medicine could be indicated here. There will be a need to break away from living environments that become boring and fail to amuse the individual. The creative spark in the job is rich because inspiration is kindled here. Not only does Uranus express the individual flair of a person, but also humanitarian concerns and the unity of all people. Uranus in the sixth can focus on large scale charity efforts and direct tremendous talent into repairing collective disturbances and showing people their true worth. This is where out of this world Uranus is forced to fit in the ritualistic sixth house box, so all sorts of surprising and shocking life events are sure to occur. Everyday life is an assortment of flashing neon lights, lightning bolts, change, frenzy, and fun. Everything becomes uncomfortable when things become too comfortable.

-Cherry

suitsongirls  asked:

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oh my word 3 facts at once

1) I solved “Einstein’s five houses” puzzle when I was 12 but for the life of me I can’t solve it now so idk what happened there

2) I have never broken a bone

3) I have a collection of small pretty snail shells that I have found on various countryside travels

“What do you mean?” the Awoken asked puzzled. “This is my House banner, ill bear it till I die.” Almost yelling at the other hunter, to even suggest changing it out for something more stylish was unthinkable. Rednar slowly turned and walked away from the could-of-been fireteam, tugging his cape closure. It was that remained from his original life.

((They call themselves Guardians)) He mumbled under his breath in Eliksni. ((All thier protecting is a damn stolen treasure))
He cast an eye up towards the Traveler. Why was he picked to be revieved? He sighed having the same thought again and again. His Ghost wouldn’t tell him, just whirr around and say ‘its the Travelers will.’


((Load of bollocks)) He said out loud to himself while sitting down outside the hanger bay watching the ships come and go. That’s where he wanted to be back on a Ketch, His Ketch, piloting the cosmos but no money meant no ship meant he would need someone to take him. Now one would take him, calling him a bug lover? Or something along those line.

Pulling out his blade and a little mirror he began to shave his head on either side, leaving a strip in the middle, still watching the ships. Maybe his fireteam would be on one.


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Every episode of house

Someone passes tf out, doesnt respond to normal treatment and almost dies, house squad gets 2gether and is puzzled for a while, house has a crazy solution that almost kills patient, squad puzzled again :/, house has crazier solution and cures the patient, house makes arrogant comment, sometimes some drama shit within squad

Recetas Urbanas-Puzzle house, Sevilla 2003

the puzzle house is a temporary built urban intervention. Recetas urbanas occupied empty building sites in Sevilla for two years each to subvert building regulations (the 3rd section of the 4th chapter of the 3rd title of the Town Development Plan of Seville, that oversees the specific conservation and temporary occupation of empty sites) and legitimate the construction of the nomad home by calling it an art installation.