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12th house and past lives

If you have no planets in the 12th house and are unsure of the house cusp, calculate the sign before your own ascending sign. For example, if you have Leo rising you have Cancer on the 12th house cusp. If you have Capricorn rising, you have Sagittarius on the 12th house cusp 

Sun in the 12th house/Leo on the 12th house cusp: The remnants of social importance from previous lifetimes activate through the spirit, there is a constant pressure to feel understood and gain acceptance, there is a spiritual purpose that in this lifetime is not recognised as they once were. In the past life the individual could have been a social representative, sovereignty, leader, artist, or public figure

Moon in the 12th house/Cancer on the 12th house cusp: The family dynamics and karma from ancestors is passed through to the individual such as past traumas, addictions, spiritual abuse. The individual made a lot of sacrifices, and the natural maternity can be astounding, they give form to the term ‘natural mother’, or 'natural father’. The individual may have been a devoted parent, crone, witch, nurse, or work with women in the community 

Mercury in the 12th house/Gemini or Virgo on the 12th house cusp: Thoughts from previous lifetimes make entrance so the individual can feel as though their mindset is trapped in another time. They can experience strange visuals or flashes with no origin. The individual may be a brilliant automatic writer or channeller because the memories of past life studies are so fresh. In past lives Gemini 12th house may have been a teacher, academic, messenger, writer. Virgo 12th house may have been a calligrapher, healer, pharmacist, nurse, witch. Virgo 12th house may carry on sicknesses from past lives that must be dealt with consciously 

Venus in the 12th house/Taurus or Libra on the 12th house cusp: The individual was a figure of beauty in previous lifetimes, likely revered for their artistry, femininity, and vision. There may have been abundant finances that are not so available in this lifetime, so the individual is used to a lavish life and may accumulate as though this is still so. Libra in the 12th inherits relationship dynamics and trauma from previous lifetimes, there is lingering heartbreak that needs to be healed

Mars in the 12th house/Aries on the 12th house cusp: The individual was forced to constantly fight for their life previously, so the survival dynamics can still subtly activate themselves, there can be unfounded fears about the world and inherited reactivity to danger. The spirit is used to danger, and it needs to be soothed in this lifetime. There may be troubles with men due to abuses in the past life 

Jupiter in the 12th house/Sagittarius on the 12th house cusp: The individual can access tremendous knowledge and wisdom through the portal of the higher mind because this was studied intently previously. The individual was likely a scholar, philosopher, or spiritualist. Because of the divine intimacy that was attained, the individual has inherited an intrinsic belief in the good powers of God and feels secretly protected. The abstract mind had been previously cultivated 

Saturn in the 12th house/Capricorn on the 12th house cusp: The guilt of the unfinished work in previous lifetimes is haunting, the individual feels they have inherited an intense responsibility that they are not ready for. Karmic family dynamics have been inherited that relate to the father, this relationship can be highly pressured or non existent 

Uranus in the 12th house/Aquarius on the 12th house cusp: Intuition and the ability to respond to this has been primed and cultivated in previous lifetimes meaning the individual is open to the flow of profound and developed intuitive wisdom that seems to come from nothing. There is natural spiritual knowledge that has not been consciously learned. In previous lifetimes the individual may have been a social outcast or reject, they may have been prosecuted for their progressive vision or knowledge. They may have been an astronomer, astrologer, occultist, scientist, academic, revolutionary 

Neptune in the 12th house/Pisces on the 12th house cusp: Dreams, visions, addictions, and sicknesses from past lives live through the individual they may be at hostage to previously cultivated psychic activity and psychological escapism. There is generous karma to relinquish, the individual may have been a mystic or mentally unwell. They have naturally adapted to the dreamlike state of reality 

Pluto in the 12th house/Scorpio on the 12th house cusp: This is a lifetime of constant, painful, and severe transformation in order to completely abolish and perish the demons that have been accumulated in previous lifetimes. The individual was a force of goodness and powerful societal change, in this lifetime they are offered the rectitude of focusing on themselves and reconciling the light and shadow



Christian Siriano designed Leslie Jones a stunning dress for her ‘Ghostbusters’ premiere

Last month, Leslie Jones tweeted that many designers were unwilling to make her a dress for the premiere of Ghostbusters. But the honor of designing the 48-year-old actress’ gown went to Christian Siriano, and oh how he came through. Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy were also in attendance at the premiere and representing the beauty of diverse body types.

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trimax-na-boken  asked:

But WBC is real with actual documented incidents. What has a real SJW ever actually done besides make stupid people feel uncomfortable on the Internet

There is no such thing as “a real SJW”.  “Social justice warrior” was always a negative label from the beginning, created to designate those that are not representing social justice as it should be (kind of like how the term “weekend warrior” is used to describe someone who’s normally boring from Monday through Friday, but goes out of their way to indulge themselves irresponsibly on the weekends in an attempt to compensate).  Wearing that label unironically is like publicly proclaiming that you’re a bigot.  You’re utilizing the No True Scotsman logical fallacy here.  Also, the fact that you said “make stupid people uncomfortable on the internet” really doesn’t reflect well on you, especially when the majority of anti-SJWs are liberals, LGBTA people, minorities, etc. that are simply “uncomfortable” with how you’re poorly representing what we believe in.  The fact that there even is a divide between people that all desire equality just goes to show that someone is doing it wrong (hint: It’s not the anti-SJWs).  If anything, you’re just showing people exactly the kind of attitude that people hate about SJWs.  It’s the fanaticism.  It’s the extremism.  There are people who simply have faith in a higher power, and then there are people like WBC, who actively use that faith to try to harm others.  This is why they’re really the perfect analogy when discussing what SJWs are to activism.

In any case, are you sure you want me to answer this?  Because I don’t think you’re going to like what you see.

What has tumblr done, you ask?:

    Meanwhile, the sane people of tumblr mocked the shit out of them for intentionally kicking the hornet’s nest, and then whining when they got stung.

    Why?  Because 4chan contributed over $23k to it. 

    I’m sure all of this doesn’t even come CLOSE to what SJWs have done overall.  I could probably spend weeks finding all sorts of bullshit to put on here.  I openly invite others to add onto this, as I’m sure there’s a lot that’s been left out (@takashi0 might have a list on hand).

    This is why people are against “social justice warriors”.  They are NOT representing social justice.  They are NOT supporting equality.  They are only giving liberals, activists, women, minorities, and the LGBTA community a bad name.


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    Aries: money burns a hole in the pocket and provides a source of energy that allows the experience and mobility integral to aries. they like to work hard, work fast, and save quickly for a present they can buy for themselves 

    Taurus: is deeply concerned with basic security. for some, whatever they have is never enough - the growth of money and assets only creates a wider vacuum that desires more and more to claim its ‘satisfied’

    Gemini: can be irresponsible, impulsive, or lax with finances and pay the price when everything is overdue or cut off at once. they usually have random maniacal sprees where they manage all of their accounts in one quick explosion. they rarely spend a lot of time thinking about money cause it isnt that interesting to them and cannot talk back

    Cancer: financial security is inner emotional security, it’s a safety blanket that also threatens all of their safety. they need those ‘rainy day’ savings for the flood that never comes, they also pride themselves on being providers and safety nets themselves  

    Leo: the financial status is a reflection of capital, power, hard work and a measurement of the value their presence and contribution is worth in the world - how much do I receive to appear?

    Virgo: money needs to flow and circulate in a consistent and routine pattern, they want to know how much they will have - where it is going - and if there is any left for bud cause we all know virgo stoners. and they will never forget who they have given loans or tics, lots of them add it to their ‘owe me’ list

    Libra: finances affords socialisation and the opportunity to share and exchange the energy of money and buying and selling between many people. their indecision can inflate the bank because they cannot decide what to buy. libras rarely ask for loans or assistance from other people - and they rarely deny somebody’s call for help, they are owed more than they remind people

    Scorpio: typically private about finances, but senses and knows the invisible resources and the power that can be wielded with the matrix of money energy. scorpio detests being indebted to anybody so they will avoid borrowing money or pay it back as soon as possible 

    Sagittarius: money is the passport that transports them from location to location and drops them off with nothing left but hunger for adventure to see and touch and taste everything that nature’s candy has to offer, like fuel that expands the world and their opportunities 

    Capricorn: finances represent their social capital and the value people place in their presence and contributions, they often believe that to have nothing, or very little to show for their hard work is parasitic and leeching off society

    Aquarius: can be erratic with finances - swinging between self punishing denial of expenditure, guilt associated with spending and then spendthrift carelessness and financial neglect based on either confusion or rebelling the system

    Pisces: money is a strange energy that opens opportunities to experience more music, art, and culture. they try so hard to get organised and oriented because they know it doesn’t come naturally, intense financial anxiety and management can be their assumed lack of conscientiousness and management overcompensating 


    ‪Optimist: I will be writing‬

    ‪Pessimist: I should be writing‬

    ‪Realist: I have yet to ascertain whether my lack of writing motivation represents socialized academic guilt corrupting all good things or subversive resistance to a publishing industry predicated on exploitation and profit‬ ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    Senator Bernie Sanders is proposing legislation that would force Amazon and other large corporations to pay for their workers food stamps, public housing, and Medicaid. The goal of this is to force large corporations to pay their employees a living wage and curb about $150 billion in taxpayer dollars that fund these programs. Fight for a living wage!

    Planets and Houses

    The Sun rules the sign of ♌ Leo and is associated with the ego, its wants, and creativity
    The Moon rules the sign of ♋ Cancer and is associated with the emotions, the subconscious needs, and the memory

    Personal Planets:
    Mercury rules the signs ♊ Gemini and ♍ Virgo and is associated with communication and intellect
    Venus rules the signs ♉ Taurus and ♎ Libra and is associated with love and relationships
    Mars rules the signs ♈ Aries and ♏ Scorpio(Sub) and is associated with passion, aggression, and vitality

    Social Planets:
    Jupiter rules the signs ♐ Sagittarius and ♓ Pisces(Co) and is associated with expansion and grace
    Saturn rules the signs ♑ Capricorn and ♒ Aquarius(Co) and is associated with restriction and discipline

    Transpersonal Planets:
    Uranus rules the sign ♒ Aquarius and is associated with change and upheaval
    Neptune rules the sign ♓ Pisces and is associated with illusion and spirituality
    Pluto rules the sign ♏ Scorpio and is associated with transformation and control

    The 1st House represents the self, self-image, and body
    The 2nd House represents the value system, finances, and security
    The 3rd House represents the communicative ability, skills, and learning
    The 4th House represents the home, family, and connection to the past
    The 5th House represents the creative ability, amusement, romance, and children
    The 6th House represents health, routines, and analytical ability
    The 7th House represents one-to-one relationships, the law, and marriage
    The 8th House represents collective finances, depth relationships, and the transformative ability
    The 9th House represents travel, higher education, philosophy, and religion
    The 10th House represents career, public persona, and aspirations
    The 11th House represents social networks, dreams, and rewards
    The 12th House represents isolation, the subconscious, spirituality, and undoing
    If You're Outraged By Trump's DACA Decision, Here's What You Can Do To Help Recipients Like Me
    If you can spare one hour of your day, your actions might make a difference.

    As you all know, our president has recently ended DACA, a policy enforced  by the Obama administration which protected 800,000 immigrants from unlawful deportation. 

    Because of the sudden rescinding of DACA, these immigrants, all of whom entered the US as miners, risk deportation. This is wrong, unconstitutional, and vile. They are in every sense of the word, Americans, and have been living as Americans since they touched American soil. They deserve the same amount of protection and respect as any other citizen. 

    What the Trump administration is doing is just plain evil, and unfair to these citizens. 

    That said, this article highlights a list of things you can do to help those effected by the termination of DACA. If you find yourself unable to do anything, spreading it would mean a lot!

    Let’s make a difference! 

    Houses in Astrology

    In astrology there are 12 houses, one for each sign. You need to know your time of birth in order to find out your houses. Each house has to deal with an area of your life. Each planet in your natal chart is in one of the twelve houses. Your rising/ascendant sign is your first house. The other 11 houses in your natal chart each have a sign in it. 

    The 1st House; House of Self; Ruled by Aries: This represents your rising/ascendant sign. It is that house that represents the self, who you are, and your personality that the world sees. Having planets in the first house accentuates that planet and makes it more prominent and other people can see it more in your personality. (Ex. Mars in 1st house, people easily see your sexuality, anger and drive.)

    The 2nd House; House of Possessions; Ruled by Taurus: The second house represents your possessions and what you own. This can represent what you’ve worked for and achieved, your value and your security. Planets in the second house show that you value that planet and want to protect it. (Ex. Moon in 2nd house, you value your emotions, need and wants and you want to protect them.)

    The 3rd House; House of Communication; Ruled by Gemini: The third house represents communication. This can represent the people you talk to, your neighbours, you style of learning and your immediate environment. Planets in the third house means that that planet surrounds itself around your immediate environment. (Ex. Venus in 3rd house, you have a love for friends and knowledge/books and the simplistic things in life.)

    The 4th House; House of Home; Ruled by Cancer: The fourth house represents the home. This can represent your family, where you feel at home you soul, what makes you feel safe and your childhood. Planets in the fourth house show that the planet(s) deeply has an impact on you and the energy of the planet defines who you truly are. (your soul) (Ex. Sun in 4th house, you define your identity as the person you are when no one’s looking; you define yourself as your soul.)

    The 5th House; House of Pleasure; Ruled by Leo: The fifth house represents pleasure. This can represent children, romance, creativity, art and fun. Planets in the fifth house can show that the planet’s energies are expressed through creativity and romance. (Ex. Mars in 5th house, your passion comes out when you are being creative and having fun.)

    The 6th House; House of Health; Ruled by Virgo: The sixth house represents your health. This can represent your daily life, work, your work environment, service and your well being. Planets in the sixth house indicate that the planet(s) the sixth house is in, revolves around your work environment. (Ex. Mercury in 6th house, you use your communication skills in your daily and work life to help people and solve problems.)

    The 7th House; House of Relationships; Ruled by Libra: The seventh house represents relationships. This can represents your friends, your significant other, your business partners, any one-on-one relationship. Planets in the seventh house indicate that the planet(s) that the seventh house is in, revolves around support from other people. (Ex. Moon in 7th house, you heavily rely on your partner to feel good and feel safe.)

    The 8th House; House of Sex; Ruled by Scorpio: The eighth house represents sex. This can represent death, rebirth, transformation and secrecy. Planets in these houses can indicate that the energy from that planet may go through many changes. It can also indicate that it is difficult to release the energy from that planet if it is in that house. (Ex. Saturn in 8th house, may go through many transformations from lessons and has a fear of losing control over their emotions.)

    The 9th House; House of Philosophy; Ruled by Sagittarius: The ninth house represents philosophy. This can represent higher learning, travel, law, spirituality and understanding. Planets in the ninth house can indicate the planet that the ninth house is in brings to light your knowledge through the energy of that planet and project it on other people. (Ex. Jupiter in 9th house, they have a knowledge of wisdom and want to give it to other people.)

    The 10th House; House of Social Status; Ruled by Capricorn: The tenth house represents social status. This can represent fame, reputation, the public, promotions, career and jobs. Planets in the tenth house can indicate the energy from the planet in the house being projected into their careers and the public. They can also indicate fame depending on the planet the tenth house is in. (Ex. Sun in 10th house, you are a great leader and you identify yourself through the public eye.)

    The 11th House; House of Friendships; Ruled by Aquarius: The eleventh house represents friendships. This can represent groups, networking, organizations, room to grow and your community. Planets in the eleventh house can indicate where you shine in your social groups and acquaintances. (Ex. Saturn in the 11th house, you learn your lessons through your friends and social groups and you make them your obligation.)

    The 12th House; House of Self-Undoing; Ruled by Pisces: The twelfth house house represents self-undoing. This can represent dreams, the unconscious, repression, karma, isolation and sorrow. Planets in the twelfth house usually have their energy hidden and/or repressed. They can also indicate psychic abilities and being able to pick up on others’ emotions. (Ex. Venus in 12th house, they have an amazing artistic expression but their loving nature may be repressed.)

    If you do not know what or where your houses are, here is a link to a post of mine to help you.

    Assata Shakur once said: if ever there was a decision between armed struggle and social programs (like free grocery programs, free health and education programs, free communal/local crime prevention programs etc), a revolutionary movement should always choose the social program approach.

    Social programs represent an experimental view of the world we all strive for whereas an armed insurrection in the immediate present wouldn’t.

    This isn’t to say that violence is completely barred – especially in terms of action and self defense against fascists, criminals, injustice, oppression, etc – in the mean time; only that a revolutionary movement shouldn’t put all of its efforts being armed to the teeth, ready to mobilize, and start destroying the state and capitalism at the drop of a hat when they can spend their time investing in social projects for the people’s immediate benefit while spreading ideals, goals, and principles for now and the future.

    Armed struggle is an inescapable consequence for any revolutionary movement, however the result would be always be failure if the people don’t know what they’re fighting for and if they solely rely on the well-read militants for deciding what’s right and wrong.

    A small movement that can’t defend itself but can understand itself is a seed that can grow; but a movement that can defend itself with no self understanding is a hollow shell.
    You may have missed the most impactful detail on Time's 'Person of the Year' cover
    There's an explanation, and it's a good one.
    By Nicole Gallucci

    Time finally revealed its 2017 Person (or people) of the Year, but you may have missed one very important detail on the cover.

    Dedicating the honor to “The Silence Breakers” — the many voices who spoke up against sexual harassment and assault this year — Time’s cover featured five prominent women in the #MeToo movement: Ashley Judd, Taylor Swift, Susan Fowler, Adama Iwu, and Isabel Pascual, whose name was changed to protect her identity. Look again: It also includes the right elbow of someone anonymous.

    In an interview on Wednesday, Time Editor in Chief Edward Felsenthal discussed the woman whose face is obscured on Today, noting that she’s symbolic of all those women and men who have yet to come forward and may be struggling to do so for fear of repercussions.

    “The image you see partially on the cover is of a woman we talked to, a hospital worker from the middle of the country, who doesn’t feel that she can come forward without threatening her livelihood,” Felsenthal said.

    The anonymous symbolism references all voices involved in the movement, not simply prominent celebrities whose stories have been widely shared. Women in nearly every industryhave spoken out about harassment, and thousands upon thousands have used the #MeToo hashtag to share their experiences on social media. That elbow represents each and every one of them.

    In an interview with Buzzfeed News, Time National Correspondent Charlotte Alter said the inclusion of the elbow was “very intentional,” adding that “a huge part of this story we’re trying to tell here is that as much as the stigma around this has been removed this year because of the ‘Me Too’ movement, it’s still really difficult for a lot of people to come forward.”

    anonymous asked:

    How does Comrade Jepsen feel about Democratic Socialism?

    In Comrade Jepsen’s work “Boy Problems” she addresses the question of democratic socialism (as well as the heteropatriarchy):

    What’s worse? Losin’ a lover or losin’ your best friend?

    Jepsen here asks what is preferable: to lose a comrade who focuses on long term goals (such as the rae•vol•ution), or a vapid engagement with short term reformism that can be easily overturned by the bourgeoisie?

    She follows with,

    What’s worse is when you discover, you’re not good for each other

    Comrade Jepsen points out the incompatibility between the goals of rae•vol•ution (which seeks to abolish capitalism) and democratic socialism (which seeks to tame capitalism with reforms).

    She concludes,

    She’s been giving, you’ve been taking, taking, taking.

    Comrade Jepsen presents the main issue of democratic socialism: it is built upon further exploitation of third world countries to maintain the welfare of first world [white] workers under “democratic socialism”.

    This is why under the Jepsenist line, democratic socialism represents the left wing of fascism.

    one of the most insidious things that liberalism has done is frame problems of inequality or exploitation as just a question of the wage levels that people make. Like the difference isn’t really between the top 1% of incomes and the bottom 99%, or any other arbitrary marker of who is the rich or upper class, but between those who own and profit off of capital and those who don’t.

    The difference in political power between the classes isn’t quantitative, it’s qualitative. It’s not simply that the rich have louder voices, but that they are able to dictate who is heard or listened to. And it’s not determined simply by the dollar amount of your income, but your relationship to the means of production - and the accompanying power to determine people’s incomes in the first place.