Astoria Greengrass hates Draco Malfoy, former Death Eater, and all round prejudiced asshole. It takes a year for her to change her mind, and another year to fall head-over-heels in love with him. This is the story of how it happens.
I had the idea for this fic a while ago. I thought wouldn’t it be cool if Daphne introduces Astoria and Draco at a party, and wouldn’t it be even cooler if she starts off hating him, while he’s besotted with her from the first moment. It’s taken me a while to get round to writing it, but here we are! I will admit, as Astoria fell in love with Draco, I fell in love with the two of them as a couple. I think they’re wonderful, and I hope some of you will agree.
Massive thanks to @abradystrix for betaing this, and thanks to @platinasi for flailing with me and being generally supportive while I wrote it. You’re both superb human beings.
So earlier tonight I was in a bathroom stall in my dorm and a few drunkish guys came in. They were being pretty loud but relatively copacetic so I was gonna let it slide.
Then one of the dudes busts out of a stall and says “yo what the fuck is this bullshit on the doors”
He was referring of course to the anti-sexual harassment posters on all the stall doors that tell everyone how to notice the signs and report and all sorts of quality, much-needed info.
I went to stand up and yell at him but stopped cold when one of the other dudes says, completely seriously:
But he said it in a sort of “shut up bro you don’t know what you’re talking about” way.
First guy; “that’s bullshit”
Second guy: “no it isn’t, man”
Third guy: *dead seriously* “it happens, people need to be informed.”
First guy: “whatever”
Third guy: “what if I just grabbed your dick right now, what would you say, huh?”
First guy: “I’d call you a faggot.”
Now at this point I stood up and looked over the stall and said “you can’t fucking say that word. People die every day because of it.”
Third guy: *pleasantly surprised* “I was just about to say that.”
Second guy: “yeah, man, we had this conversation earlier.”
Third guy: *goes to fist bump me but hesitates* “wait have you wiped already?”
Me: “I’ve been in here like ten seconds, you’re good.”
Third guy: “aight man *bump* have a good night.”
It made me so fucking proud to go to my college knowing that drunk frat boys are here educating their stupid friends about consent and decency. Keep shining, Wooster.
And stay excellent, unnamed hammered guys.
As a shawol It is videos like this that reminds me of why I love SHINee so much. They excel and they work hard as individuals as a team and they work on their weak points and improve through the years. I think there are many times where I forget how difficult it is to sing live, dance and execute a solid performance as a team and do it very well. I’m just astound by their consistency throughout the 8 coming to 9 years they’ve been in the industry and always improving always pushing their boundaries in the entertainment industry and truly growing as exceptional artist and inspirational statue of their fields. There’s so much one could learn from a group like them despite not being in the entertainment industry. They are truly awe inspiring people.
You will find here the names classed in alphabetic order. It will be presented like this: name, kanji, translation, (optionnal) something about the kanji used.
These translations are an interpretation of mine so sometimes it might not be perfect. Also some kanji are used for the sound of them not really for their meaning so don’t be suprise if some names seems “weird”.
And i do this post myself and do not copy the work of anyone.
Ayaha, あや葉 , “Colorful leaf”
Ayakazu, 絢佳司, “Brillant and excellent ruler”, 絢 this kanji make me suspicious because its literally mean “brillant fabric” maybe a reference to silk?
Ayako, 亜矢子, “Child after the arrow”
Ayano (GK), 彩乃, “Dedicated to paint” , 彩 mean also makeup
Ayano(P), あや野, “Colorful plain”
Chikaharu, 千賀遥, “Thousand joy from spring”
Chikasaya, 千賀明, “Thousand joy from the light”
Chikayuki, 千賀幸, “Thousand joy and fortune”
Chikayoshi, 千賀美, “Thousand joy and beauty”
Chisako, 千紗子, “The child of the thousand gaze”
Chiyoko, 知余子, “Very wise child”
Chizu, 千鶴, “Thousand cranes”
Eriha, 恵里葉, “Blessing leaf of the village”
Fukuai, ふく愛, “Lucky love”
Fukuaya, ふく愛彩, “Color of the luck”
Fukucho, ふく兆, “three million times lucky”
Fukue, ふく恵, “Lucky and blessed”
Fukuha, ふく葉, “Lucky leaf”
Fukuhana, ふく英, “Lucky hero”, 英 means at first english… I find that it’s super strange to find this kanji in a geimei… But i think that hero was probably the choice of the okaasan!
Fukuharu, 富久春, “Wealthy and lasting spring”
Fukuhina, ふく雛, “Lucky cutie”
Fukuhiro, ふく紘,”Large luck”
Fukuho, ふく帆, “Lucky sailor”
Fukukimi, “Wealthy and lasting ruler”
Fukumari, ふく真莉, “True luck of the jasmine”
Fukumi, ふく美, “Lucky beauty”
Fukumomo, ふく桃, “Lucky peach”
Fukunae, ふく苗, “Slap of luck”
Fukunami, ふく奈美, “Lucky and beautiful Nara”, the kanji 奈 is more used for its sound than its meaning
Fukunao, ふく尚, “Luck and esteem”
Fukune, ふく音, “The sound of the luck”
Fukuno, ふく乃, “Dedicated to luck”
Fukusato, ふく里, “Lucky village”
Fukusuzu, ふく鈴, “Bell of luck”
Fukutama, ふく珠, “Gem of luck”
Fukuteru, ふく光, “Ray of luck”
Fukutomo, ふく朋, “Lucky friend”
Fukuwaka, 冨久若, “Wealthy young one”
Fukuya, ふく哉, “How to be lucky”
Fukuya, ふく弥, “Even more lucky”
Fukuyu, 冨久有, “Wealthy but possesive”
Fumihana, 富美英, “Wealthy and beautiful hero”
Fumikazu, 章佳司, “Excellent poet and ruler”
Fumika, 富美夏, “Wealthy and lasting summer”
Fumimari, 富美毬, “Wealthy ball”, 毬 is strange to me…
Fumino, 章乃, “Dedicated to poetry”
Fumisono, 富美苑, “Weathy garden”
Fumitama, 富美珠, “Gem of weath”
Fumiyoshi, 富美芳, “Rich perfume”
Hinagiku, 雛菊, “Adorable chrysanthemum”
Hinayuu, 雛祐, “Adorable help”
Hisacho, 久蝶, “Butterfly of the old time”
Hisamari, 久万里, “Ten thousand old village”
Hisamomo, 久桃, “Peach of the old time”
Hisano, 久乃, “Dedicated to the old time”
Hisasuzu, 久鈴, “Bell of the old time”
Hizuru, ひずる, “Draw of fire”, seems to be a name than a “normal” girl can wear
Ichiaya, 市彩, “Painted city”
Ichiemi, 市笑, “City’s laugh”
Ichifuku, 市福, “Blessed city”
Ichiharu, 市晴, “Clear city”
Ichiho, 市穂, “City’s ear”
Ichikiku, 市菊, “City’s chysantheum”
Ichikoma (K), 市こま, “City’s young child”
Ichikoma (P), 市駒, “City’s horse”
Ichimame (K), 市まめ, “City’s eyes”
Ichimame(P), 市真芽, “Bud of the true city”
Ichimari, 市まり, “City’s advantage”
Ichimomo, 市桃, “City’s peach”
Ichinana, 市奈菜, “Nara city’s vegetable”, here 奈 and 菜 are just used for the sound, for a more cute effect.
Ichino, 市乃, “Dedicated to the city”
Ichiraku, 市楽, “City’s music”
Ichisayo, 市さよ, “Evening in the city”
Ichisono, 市園, “City’s park”
Ichiteru (K), 市照, “City’s shine”
Ichiteru (P), 市照, “City’s shine”
Ichitomi, 市十美, “Ten beautiful cities”
Ichitomo, 市知, “Wisdom of the city”
Ichiwaka, 市和佳, “Beautiful and harmonious city”
Ichiyu, 市結, “City’s tie”
Ichiyuri, 市有里, “Market of the village”
Kanachisa ,叶千沙, “Granting of thousand sand particle”
Kanamitsu, 叶みつ, “Granting of the honey”
Kanako, 叶子, “Granting child”
Kanasuzu, 叶鈴, “Granting bell”
Kanayuki, 叶幸, “Granting happiness”
Kanoemi, 叶笑, “Granting laugh”
Kanohiro, 叶紘, “The one who give more”
Kanona, 叶菜, “Granting vegetables”, 菜 is used for the sound
Kanoka, 叶果, “Granting reward”
Kanoyumi, 叶祐美, “Helpful beauty”
Katsue (GK), 佳つ江, “Excellent bay”
Katsue (K), 勝江, “Victorious bay”
Katsufumi, 佳つ文, “Excellent poem”
Katsugiku, 佳つ菊, “Excellent chrysanthemum”
Katsuhana, 佳つ花, “Excellent flower”
Katsuhina, 佳つ雛, “Excellent cutie”
Katsuho, 勝帆, “Victorious sailor”
Katsumi, 佳つ實, “Truly excellent”
Katsuna, 勝奈, “Victorious Nara” , 奈 used for its sound
Katsune, 勝音, “Sound of the victory”
Katsuno, 佳つ乃, “Dedicated to the excellence”
Katsunosuke, 佳之介, “Excellence of the shellfish
Katsuru, 勝瑠, “Lapis lazuli of the victory”
Katsusen, 佳つ扇, “Excellent dancing fan”
Katsutomo, 佳つ智, “Excellent and wise”
Katsuya (K), 勝也, “Victorious one”
Katsuya (GK), 佳つ椰, “Excellent coconut”
Katsuyuki, 佳つ幸, “Excellent and blessed”
Keiko, 圭衣子, “The child dressed in jewels”
Kikumaru, 菊丸, “Perfect chrysanthemum”
Kikuno, 菊乃, “Dedicated to the chrysanthemum”
Kikushino, 菊志乃, “Aspire to be dedicated to the chrysanthemum”
Kikutsuru, 菊つる, “Crane made in chrysanthemum”
Kikuyae, 菊弥江, “Even more chrysanthemum and bay”
Kikuyu, 菊夕, “Chrysanthemum’s evening”
Kimiaya, 君綾, “Well dressed ruler”
Kimichie, 君知重, “Very wise ruler”
Kimigiku, 君ぎく, “Moral ruler”
Kimiha, 君波, “Ruler of the waves”
Kimiharu, 君晴, “Clear ruler”
Kimihiro, 君ひろ, “Comprehensive ruler”
Kimika, 君香, “Ruler of the perfume”
Kimina, 君奈, “Ruler of Nara”, 奈 is used for the sound
Kimisayo, 君さ代, “Ruler since three generation”
Kimishizu, 君しず, “Peaceful ruler”
Kimitomo, 君友, “Friendly ruler”
Kimitoyo, 君とよ, “Wealthy ruler”
Kimiyu, 君有, “Possesive ruler”
Kiyono, 清乃, “Dedicated to purity”
Koai, 小愛, “Little love”
Koeri, 小衿, “Little neck”
Koen, 小えん, “Little coin”
Kofuku, 小ふく, “Little luck”
Kogiku,小菊, “Little chrysanthemum”
Koharu, 小はる, “Little springtime”
Komako, 駒子, “Little horse”
Komomo, 小桃, “Tiny peach”
Konomi, 小之美, “Beautiful little child”
Korin, 小凛, “Little cold”
Kosen(GK), 小扇, “Little dancing fan”
Kosen(M), 小扇, “Little dancing fan”
Kotoha, 琴葉, “A harp and a blade”
Kotomi, 琴美, “Beautiful koto”
Koume, 小梅, “Tiny plum”
Koyoshi (GK), 小芳, “Little perfume”
Koyoshi(M), 小よし, “Tiny and reasonable“
Koyou, 小耀, “Little shine”
Kyouka, 杏佳, “Excellent apricot
Mahiro, 真ひろ, “Understable truth”
Makiko, 槇 子, “Child of the pine”, 槇 is the kanji for a chinese black pine
Is the common name for “Rampion,” a plant similar to that of spinach or lettuce. Rampion is the generic name for the Phyteuma family which are usually edible plants with flower buds located throughout Europe and western Asia. The plants’ flowers are sometimes purple, blue, white, and yellow. The roots are edible as well. The round-head Rampion is highly common in Germany.
Meaning unknown, possibly related to the Germanic word for a light purple flower.
English form of Eugenius, the Latin form of the Greek name Ευγενιος (Eugenios) which was derived from the Greek word ευγενης (eugenes) meaning “well born”. It is composed of the elements ευ (eu) “good” and γενης (genes) “born”.
From the Late Latin name Paschalis, which meant “relating to Easter” from Latin Pascha “Easter”, which was in turn from Hebrew פֶּסַח (pesach) “Passover”.
Roman family name which was derived from Latin maximus “greatest”.
Italian form of Ariadne.
Means “most holy”, composed of the Cretan Greek elements αρι (ari) “most” and αδνος (adnos) “holy”.
English form of a Germanic name meaning “peaceful ruler”, derived from frid “peace” and ric “ruler, power”. This name has long been common in continental Germanic-speaking regions, being borne by rulers of the Holy Roman Empire, Germany, Austria, Scandinavia, and Prussia.
From the Greek name Κασσανδρα (Kassandra), derived from possibly κεκασμαι (kekasmai) “to excel, to shine” and ανηρ (aner) “man” (genitive ανδρος).
From the Germanic name Lanzo, originally a short form of names that began with the element land meaning “land”. During the Middle Ages it became associated with Old French lance “spear, lance”.
English form of Varianus. Roman family name which meant “versatile” in Latin.
German form of Quirinus. Possibly derived from the Sabine word quiris meaning “spear”.
Derived from the Basque place name Etxaberri meaning “the new house”.
Diminutive of Montgomery. From an English surname meaning “Gumarich’s mountain” in Norman French.
From Nigellus, a medieval Latinized form of Neil. It was commonly associated with Latin niger “black”.
Means “little father” from Gothic atta “father” combined with a diminutive suffix.
Derived from the Slavic element vladeti “rule” combined with meru “great, famous”. The second element has also been associated with miru meaning “peace, world”.
Short form of Stanley. From a surname meaning “stone clearing” in Old English.
Pete - Short form of Peter.
Derived from the Greek Πετρος (Petros) meaning “stone”.
To say 2015 has been an INCREDIBLE year for music is an understatement. Every other week has been just a haven and music fan’s dream coming to fruition, so much so that this is the first top list of albums I’ve made that ISN’T in a particular order! This list encompasses more than just hip hop as well mind you so there’s should be plenty for any music fan to enjoy here. Sound off below on any of your favorite jams this year as well if you think I missed any!
Kendrick Lamar — To Pimp a Butterfly
As abstract and bold as ever, K. Dot manages to completely reinvent himself within the landscape of hip hop and the ever changing image of black men in America throughout his journey of coming to terms with his identity, humanity, and status as a whole, nailing every single concept he lays forward with absolute perfection. Whether it’s the ignorance wobbles of “Hood Politics” the gut wrenching suicidal thought of “U” the politically charged anger of “The Blacker the Berry” or the false hope of “Alright”, Kendrick brings in a well molded perspective that is solely unique to him, yet remains singular in his own way.
Jamie XX — In Colour
Leave it to the producer of The XX to make me like song featuring Young Thug (“I Know There’s Gonna Be Good Times”) and make one of the best electronic albums in recent memory. Warm and immediately accessible and electrifying with tons of satisfying depth to them that make each and every song rewarding, tracks like “Girl”, “Gosh” and songs with his XX cohorts (“Loud Places”, “SeeSaw”) will stick with you (and in your head) long after you finish playing them. Jamie took his sweet time recording this album enough to put one of the biggest indie pop outfits in the world on hold to do so, and was rewarded handsomely in the end.
Hiatus Kaiyote — Choose Your Weapon
An interesting but underdeveloped album with a Grammy nominated song featuring Q-Tip later, this Austrailian neo-soul outfit has managed to craft their own signature sound with a bliss ho-hum one second and blazing electronic synths in another. The warm energy of “Molasses” juxtaposed with the beatnik rhythms of “Atari” with the eclectic mashup of all styles in “Jekyll” can leave you breathless trying to catch up to it all, whether it’s their frantic energy, Nai Palms soulful and beautiful vocals (where it’s at her best on “Fingerprints”) or the ingenious lowkey single of the year in “Shaolin Monk Motherfunk”.
Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment — Surf
For those wanting more of Chance or more rapping, you gotta understand this: THIS IS NOT A CHANCE THE RAPPER ALBUM. However, it does bring Chance’s abundant joy into the mix with the debut of Surf. Tracks like “Just Wait” and “Slip Slide” showcase the other talent the group has to offer, while Chano shows no signs of faulting lyrically either, as “Miracle” and “Warm Enough” show that he’s more than apt to hang with some big stars (Erykah Badu, Busta Rhymes, J. Cole, Big Sean, Janelle Monae) in their space as well. Mixing live instrumentation with its eclectic styles keeps the record fresh throughout 52 minute listen.
Sufjan Stevens — Caroll & Lowell
Seven albums in, and not only has the most innovative indie singer-songwriter of his time manage to reinvent himself once again, but he brings forth what may be the best album of his career thus far His songwriting excellence shines once again on tracks like “The Only Thing” and “Should Have Known Better”, displaying the heartbreaking love Stevens had for his parents. Though the production is easily his most stripped down of his album, it’s this exact approach that makes it hit all the harder for it.
Vince Staples — Summertime ‘06
To think that a rapper who was only previously known for guest spots on an Odd Future record would make the best hip hop debut album since Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City is still a wild concept itself, but even thinking his first album would be a double disc affair is even crazier. But as “Senorita”, “Norf Norf” and “Street Punks” are set to remind you, this record is serious business, and it’s even crazier that it all worked. No I.D. lends Vince some of his best production in years that hits you hard despite some songs being over in a flash.
Father John Misty — I Love You, Honeybear
Humorous and cynical, Josh Tillman’s knack for songwriting is still as great as ever. From the harmonic synths of “True Affection” to the soul influence of “When You’re Smiling and Astride Me”, the beautiful range shown throughout the album is one that immerses you instantly, and even a few that make you genuinely laugh at such politically charged tracks such as the self-deprecating humor of “Bored in the USA” (sitcom laugh track notwithstanding). The former Fleet Foxes bandmate has never sounded better.
A$AP Rocky — At.Long.Last.A$AP
After taking an extremely long break from the biz in London after exploding onto the scene (along with the surprising passing of his former mentor A$AP Yams), A$AP Rocky returns with his best commercial project yet with even crazier ideas, better songwriting and most spectacular production and guests to accompany him. From Miguel on “Everyday”, Danger Mouse as the executive producer, a reinvigorated Lil Wayne on “M’s”, Kanye West soulful production (and drunk ramblings) on “Jukebox Joints”, MIA on “Fine Whine” and even Mos Def closing it with “Back Home”, A.L.L.A. shows substantial growth while also retaining Flacko’s signature charm and flow as well. Excess that remain gully is the name of Rocky’s game and it’s never been better than it is here.
Leon Bridges — Coming Home
Music revival is one of the slipperiest slopes to cross in this day and age, as it can either win you acclaim or date your music and reputation from the start. Fortunately, Leon Bridges translates this old school love into a great album from start to finish. As the title track “Coming Home” transports you back to where artists like Sam Cooke and Otis Redding were surpreme, Leon makes the environment crackle like the jukebox it and other songs like “Lisa Sawyer” and “River” were meant to be played in.
Earl Sweatshirt — I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside
Ever the loner in Odd Future, Earl Sweatshirt releases his 2nd studio album that manages to be bleaker and more interesting than his preceding album. Surprisingly well produced by himself throughout (along with one Left Brain credit) songs like “Grief”, “Mantra” and another scene stealing Vince Staples verse on “Wool” create a dark atmosphere for a more livelier sounding, monotone-free Earl to showcase his lyricism and cynicism in one fell swoop.
Drake — If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late
Easily his most aggressive and confident sounding album to date, Drizzy managed to shock his audience with an album that nearly reinvents his sound while knowing what still can pull in radio plays at the same time. Whether it’s the hyperactive “Energy”, the catchy melody of “6 Man” and “10 Bands” or sheer boastfulness of “Used To”, “Legend” or “6 God”, Drake leaves no expense into making this project (still unclear what it should be referred to) one that may even be bigger than the album he on the way later this year.
Miguel — Wildheart
As Miguel opens the album with the words “Accept the new, don’t mingle on the “past”, Miguel manages to reinvent himself and blend a myriad of styles into one of the best R&B albums since Channel Orange. Breaking into bad boy gangsta of “NWA” with an appropriate verse from Kurupt, the disco like groove of “DEAL”, the sexy rhythms of “Coffee” and the Jai Paul produced “FLESH”, and his varied songwriting from the expressive freedoms of “A Beautiful Exit” or the aggressive, hilarious lyrics about wanting to fuck like they’re being filmed for a porno in “the valley”, Miguel’s idiosyncratic style knows no bounds, not even to himself.
Shamir — Ratchet
Shamir is one in a long line of pop aficionados (Charli XCX, M.I.A.) that is quietly reinventing the approach to the genre. However, it’s the dark and wonky sound that songs like “Call It Off” and “On the Regular”, the downtempo and melancholy feel of “Youth” and downright madness of “Make A Scene” make this an album that betrays normal pop conventions that embraces all the sleaze but shows that more emotional moments such as “In For The Kill” that help the fellow Vegas native wear his heart on his sleeve.
Oddisee — The Good Fight
Oddisee has always shown his strength as a producer yet always faulted on his rapping. Though as the song “That’s Love” shows, Oddisee has been hard at work trying to master his hands at both. “Want Something Done” highlight his frantic flow, with “A List of Withouts” bang some new age boom bap in many coming-of-age tales. Blissful, ambitious, and consistent throughout, The Good Fight sharpens his jazzy, free formed flow that leave him only more room to grow from.
“Dr. Cole herself has more than fulfilled the expectations of her friends. With a clear and comprehensive view of her whole field of
action, she has carried out her plans with the good sense and vigor
which are a part of her character, while her cheerful optimism, her
determination to see the best in every situation and in every
individual, have created around her an atmosphere of sunshine that adds
to the happiness and well being of every member of the large family.”
AfroGENESIS wishes a happy birthday to Rebecca J. Cole, who became the second black woman to become a doctor in the United States, in 1867 - three years after Rebecca Cumpler first initiated the achievement.
Born on this day (March 16) in 1846 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Rebecca overcame racial and gender barriers to attend the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania. Her graduate medical thesis was entitled The Eye and Its Appendages.
Dr. Cole’s achievements include successfully practicing medicine for fifty years, of which several years (appears to be five) were in South Carolina, and opening a Women’s Directory Center where she provided medical and legal services to poor women and children.
Dr. Cole remains a shining example of Black excellence and an inspiration to women and men of all means, for what can be achieved with a selfless commitment to the survival of one’s community. May she know eternal peace and enlightenment.
SO for those who are interested, here is an astrology relationship report on Levi and Mikasa’s birth charts.
I did not create this myself. I use a website that is very credible, reliable and has proven to be accurate for me many times. Oh, and this report has not been edited or changed by me in anyway! And nothing in the report was written by me. (Which might be hard to believe as the results from the report pretty much sound identical to my rivamika headcanons O__O It’s a bit scary actually)
(Now I know that the topic of astrology is highly controversial, but please refrain from saying negative things about astrology, as it grates on my sensibilities. I have my reasons for believing it, so please respect that!)
Table of Contents Chapter 1:Core Compatibility Chapter 2: Major Themes in the Relationship Chapter 3: Destiny Factors Chapter 4: Other Themes in Your Relationship
Levi’s Sun in Capricorn and Mikasa’s Sun in Aquarius
Both of you invest a lot of time in work and career and your talents and interests complement each other nicely. Levi brings practicality,
objectivity, persistence, reliability, and tenacity, while Mikasa brings
greater ingenuity, sensitivity to current trends, an awareness of the
complexities and intricacies inherent in any situation, and the ability
to reach out to a lot of people. A problem in your relationship is that
it may become very focused on outer things and not enough on each other,
allowing you to become a bit detached and aloof from each other, and
the domestic and romantic aspect of your relationship could be weak.
Hopefully both of you have other astrological factors (which would be
discussed elsewhere in this report) to provide warmth, emotional
sensitivity and romantic attraction to your relationship.
Chapter 2. Major Themes in the Relationship
Mikasa’s Sun Opposition Levi’s Moon
two of you are attracted to each other in a magnetic, almost fated,
kind of way. If you aren’t married yet, there is a high probability that
some day you will be! The two of you are drawn to each other even
though, in some ways, you have opposite personalities.
Mikasa’s Sun Trine Levi’s Pluto
helps Mikasa achieve personal goals, activate Mikasa’s latent talents
and strengths, and encourages and promotes Mikasa’s creative work and
endeavors. You can be a very successful duo. However, Levi can be more
driving and ambitious for Mikasa than Mikasa is, like the “stage mother”
who pushes her child to shine and to excel even when it is not the
child’s own aspiration. Levi can have a profound influence on Mikasa,
most likely for the good, but possibly not. Subtle manipulation and
domination on Levi’s part should be avoided.
Levi’s Mercury Square Mikasa’s Jupiter
relationship has a marked effect on the overall attitudes and beliefs
of both of you, but particularly of Levi. You challenge each other’s
religious, political and philosophical beliefs. You may experience
differences of opinion that are difficult to reconcile. You are also
inclined to take risks together and speculate, sometimes foolishly.
Levi’s Mercury Trine Mikasa’s Saturn
work together well on practical problems. You help each other refine
and clarify your ideas, and help “edit” each other’s work. Consequently
you make a very effective team in business affairs, important or
exacting work, and in solving daily problems.
Mikasa’s Mercury Square Levi’s Uranus
often say things to shock or shake up each other, and you can get very
high-strung when you are together. You tend to set a fast pace. This
provides a good deal of excitement in your lives, and you will find
yourselves periodically jumping on a new bandwagon, experimenting with a
new idea, or exploring new alternatives. However, the impatience with
each other is likely to cause sudden arguments and anger to flare.
Mikasa’s Mercury Trine Levi’s Pluto
conversations are deep and probing. You understand each other at a very
deep level, and you may find yourselves revealing things about yourself
that you have not mentioned to anyone else. You also make a good
research team or investigators.
Levi’s Venus Conjunct Mikasa’s Pluto
and sexual attraction is very powerful, but is likely to have an
intense, obsessive quality as well. Levi, in particular, may feel that
Mikasa comes on too strong or is too insatiable and demanding. Jealousy,
sexual manipulation or unrestrained emotional fervor are strong
potentials between the two of you. An almost fated, love-hate kind of
relationship is very possible.
Levi’s Mars Square Mikasa’s Saturn
your partnership, Levi is the eager, passionate, active and impulsive
one, and Mikasa frequently puts on the brakes or tries to control, play
down, and restrain Levi’s desires and drives. This may be true in your
sexual relationship, your approach to achieving goals or both. Levi is
likely to feel very frustrated, angry or discouraged if Mikasa expresses
disapproval or caution too often, and this can be a source of
considerable friction between you. Mikasa feels overwhelmed and envious
of Levi’s intensity and assertiveness, but instead of trying to hold
Levi down, Mikasa should confront the fears and inhibitions that Levi’s
Mikasa’s Jupiter Trine Levi’s Uranus
is a relationship in which you both can feel free to change, explore,
invent, try creative or unusual ideas and express your more adventurous
or unconventional sides. Together, you have an expanded sense of what is
possible, and the confidence and enthusiasm you feel with one another
enables you to “go for it”! You help bring out one another’s originality
and creative impulses.
Levi’s Jupiter Sextile Mikasa’s Pluto
faith and confidence in yourselves and in life deepens through your
relationship with one another. You encourage one another to explore and
develop your personal potential and to be more courageous in taking
risks in your lives. Unusual coincidences and unexpected good fortune
seem to come your way when the two of you are together.
Levi’s Saturn Sextile Mikasa’s Pluto
two of you can be a very disciplined, focused, dedicated team, working
towards realizing some ambition. You help one another achieve your
deepest life purposes, and if either or both of you are workaholics, the
relationship between you will bring that to the fore.
Chapter 3. Destiny Factors
Composite Mercury Conjunction Venus
shared sense of style, elegance and aesthetics is destined to be a
focus with the two of you. Discussions about art, love and romance, or
what each of you finds beautiful are definitely part of this.
Also, the two of you are able to tell one another of your affection for
one another, to express those feelings verbally or in writing. Small,
considerate expressions of caring (as well as tactful, somewhat
sugar-coated expressions of disagreement when that is appropriate) add
much felicity to your relationship. You tend to either avoid “heavy”
subjects, or are able to talk about them in a friendly, amicable manner.
Composite Jupiter Conjunction Uranus
joy of adventure, the exhilaration of discovery, and the freedom to
think, act, and explore are destined to be major themes in your
relationship. Instead of thinking “Maybe I shouldn’t…”, “I never have
before…”, “What would this person think if I…”, the two of you look
at each other and say “Why not?” An open-minded and curious attitude
prevails, especially regarding new ideas or philosophies. Traveling
together and seeing “new worlds” are emphasized. Play, humor and
mischief are also very much a part of this.
Composite Saturn Trine Pluto
you are capable of extreme dedication, concentration and self-denial
for the sake of a mutual goal. There is an obsessive, unrelenting
quality to this. Certainly when the two of you combine forces to
accomplish something, you are a formidable team capable of enduring and
going the distance. You won’t collapse under pressure or shirk the
However, you can be excessively one-sided, or may needlessly deny
yourselves certain pleasures that you may consider distractions or a
frivolous waste of energy. There may be a subtle tyranny going on,
either towards yourselves, or one another. Unless you supply some
gentleness and adaptability, what you achieve together in concrete terms
may come at too dear a cost.
Chapter 4. Other Themes in Your Relationship
Levi’s Sun Sextile Mikasa’s Mars
work together very well on projects, and you make an excellent
partnership in any joint venture, sport, or business activity.
Levi’s Sun Square Mikasa’s Jupiter
optimism, and good will are very strong. Mikasa is able to see ways
that Levi can grow in attitude and inner ways. Mikasa, however, may try to push
Levi too hastily and be deceived by unrealistic expectations, resulting
in foolish joint speculations and unsuccessful ventures. Try not to let
your shared enthusiasm and optimism spawn unrealistic hopes and
Mikasa’s Sun Sextile Levi’s Neptune
strong feeling of sympathy and shared idealism is an important link
between the two of you. Your ideals, intuitions, and religious
aspirations are very harmonious and you work very well together, and are
able to assist each other to grow spiritually, often in an unconscious
way. You help each other to look beyond the immediate personal problems
and concerns, and focus more on your higher aspirations and loftier
Levi’s Venus Conjunct Mikasa’s Pluto
is a great deal of magnetic attraction between you which can interfere
with your objectivity about one another, or with any professional
relationship you might have. Deep feelings of either love and
appreciation or distrust and repulsion are stirred up between you, but
much of this may be played out behind the scenes or in subtle ways. You
are likely to wonder why your feelings toward one another are so
irrationally strong. Negatively, there is a tendency for either or both
of you to manipulate the other and to use your friendship for selfish
purposes. Positively, an unusually deep and close relationship can
develop between you, one in which there are few secrets or superficial
social masks to hide behind.
Levi’s Jupiter Trine Mikasa’s Uranus
is a relationship in which you both can feel free to change, explore,
invent, try creative or unusual ideas, and express your more adventurous
or unconventional sides. Together, you have an expanded sense of what
is possible, and the confidence and enthusiasm you feel with one another
enables you to “go for it”! You help bring out one another’s
originality and creative impulses.
Levi’s Saturn Trine Mikasa’s Uranus
loosens Levi up and prevents Levi from becoming too rigid and tight,
encouraging Levi to make changes and take more leaps into the unknown.
Levi has a steadying effect on Mikasa and helps Mikasa organize and
direct Mikasa’s energies into clear, definite channels, encouraging
Mikasa to be more reliable and constant.
Mikasa’s Saturn Opposition Levi’s Pluto
likely there is a strong attraction-repulsion quality between the two
of you, and it may be difficult for you to totally relax, surrender
control, or completely trust one another.
Try to avoid becoming overly serious, intense, and heavy when you are together.
I don’t know about you guys, but this report ticked a lot of my rivamika headcanons, haha!