I feel like society is astrology’s worst enemy, but weirdly, its provider. Society is a platform for astrology to present itself, but astrology will always be misunderstood due to the generalizing standards made to keep society together. While astrology is misunderstood, it is kept alive by society. Not only does it provide a platform, but it also provides a place to study. Many astrologers make their observations from observing the society they live in after all. The continuous observations keep astrology alive.
It really explains the relationship between Aquarius and Saturn, since astrology is usually represented by Aquarius. Saturn, representing society, gives a place for Aquarius to express its quirks. While Aquarius is frequently recognized and is known to be popular, they are also very much misunderstood. Aquarius bases their quirks by looking at societal norms provided by Saturn, and then goes against it.
that psychotic feel when (: yea bro of course i know my delusions arent real. what? no thats not a drawing of my "fake" brother (who is a video game character) and me doing family things, nah im totally not crying just because people talk bad about him, why would i its juuuust delusions bro.
Bodhi Rook died alone and terrified having only just managed to get word out to the rebels he died alone all alone just sitting there after his sigh of relief a fucking space grenade was thrown in front of him and he takes a moment to process what it is and what that means and then he's just gone no one hugged him while he faded no one grabbed his hand as they saw the grenade hit the floor no one locked eyes with him and shared that farewell glance or it's all right nod no one jumped up to shield him in vain he just died. alone.
Listen, listen. The fact Eliot Spencer’s response to Parker being upset and asking if they could kill the guy who upset her was a shrug and, “Yeah. I mean, I could.” will never, ever not be important to me.