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South Node: Bad patterns

South Node is where we are comfortable so, sometimes we have a tendency to stay there with that traits and we don’t change.

South Node in 1st House: “I have myself, I don’t need other people, I can do everything by myself!”

South Node in 2nd House:“ I have what I need, I don’t need to share, why don’t other people share it as well or work as I did?”

South Node in 3rd House:“ I already know that, why do you think you’re smarter than me? Why should I explore when I have a great neighbourhood here?”

South Node in 4th House:“ I had a hard life already, why should I get even more tired and work harder? I don’t need to achieve anything else, I already have a foundation to fall in!”

South Node in 5th House:“ Why should I connect even more with people if I’m happy the way I am? Why can’t you let me have a little fun and enjoy life, why do I always have to care about how it will influence others lives?”

South Node in 6th House: “ Why can’t I help that person and do that job and fix that thing all at the same time? Why do I need to rest? I have energy! I’m not weak! Why do I need to get in touch with my soul if he’s not gonna help me with this?”

South Node in 7th house:“ Why do I have to focus on myself, can’t you see they need me, can’t you see that everybody needs me, I don’t have time for me! Why should I get to know me better if I’m not interacting with myself in the world?”

South Node in 8th House:“ Why should I keep something if it doesn’t have meaning? For my comfort? I don’t think so! Why do I need to stop taking things so deeply? Why do I need peace? I like living in chaos! I don’t need a quiet space and why should I appreciate things if they all end?”

South Node in 9th House:“ Why can’t I just learn about the whole world? Why do I need to focus on little things? Why do I need magazines and newspapers to know what’s happening? I can go and discover by myself! Why should I focus more on my environment? I’m a part of the whole world!”

South Node in 10th House:“ Why should I stop creating so much goals? Why should I focus on my soul too? I am fine and I need to achieve something to feel important! No, I can’t go home! I need to be important to the world!”

South Node in 11th House:“ Why do I need to focus on my life and the good things about her, when there is so much things happening in the world? No, I can’t turn the TV off, I need to know what’s happening in the world! No, I can’t go to the party because there are better things to do than enjoy that little party, the world is bigger than that!”

South Node in 12th House: Why do I need to focus more on reality when I created just the right world for me? Why do I need to serve others? They serve themselves! Do you need help? Oh, you have my soul here for you, take it, I don’t need it! Why should I work for that if nothing ever works for me?“

The Lunar Nodes

The North Node and South Node are opposite points in the sky, where the Moon crosses the ecliptic. In Vedic astrology, they are called Rahu and Ketu, the dragon’s head and tail. The South Node represents the past - our past lives and the lessons we have already mastered. The sign and house will describe that which comes naturally to us, what we have already focused on and achieved. The North Node is our destiny - that which is before us. It describes the lessons we have not yet mastered yet. It is our highest potential, what we came here to learn. It might be more difficult for us to embody our North Node. We feel more comfortable dwelling in the realm of the South Node, as there is not much of a challenge there.

The Nodes are in each sign for around a year and a half, so the house position will be more personal in your chart. Read the description for both the sign and the house.

North Node in Aries/1st House + South Node in Libra/7th House:
Your destiny in this life is to find yourself. It is to assert your divine Will, to live unencumbered by the expectations of others, and to be courageous. In the past you mastered the art of compromise, reconciliation, and partnership. You already know how to make decisions with other people in mind.

North Node in Taurus/2nd House + South Node in Scorpio/8th House:
Your destiny in this life is to focus on the material world. You must learn how to experience pleasure and life, while securing a financial foundation. In the past you mastered the underworld, you may have already concentrated on the occult, the dark, the mysterious. You may have benefited from the financial security provided to you by others.

North Node in Gemini/3rd House + South Node in Sagittarius/9th House:
Your destiny in this life is to learn, communicate, speak, and write. You must learn how to communicate and teach that which you know, and focus on the logical side of life. In the past you mastered the world of the abstract. Big ideas come naturally to you, but not always the details. You may have had a past that involved religion or philosophy.

North Node in Cancer/4th House + South Node in Capricorn/10th House:
Your destiny in this life is to focus on the inner world, the emotions, family, and the home. The soul and and the personal should be your focus. In the past you focused on the public sphere, and career was most important to you. You might have been more practical, and less emotional. Outward success came first.

North Node in Leo/5th House + South Node in Aquarius/11th House:
Your destiny in this life is to focus on your individualism. This is a life for creating, expressing, and loving. You are to play and enjoy life like a child. In the past you focused on the group, the collective, and that which benefited humanity. You were more scientific and rational, as opposed to heart-centered.

North Node in Virgo/6th House + South Node in Pisces/12th House:
Your destiny in this life is to focus on the everyday. You must learn how to get into the rhythm of routine, finding divinity in the small things, like cleaning, service, work, diet, exercise. Your body is a sacred vessel. In the past you were not so connected to the body, focusing on the spiritual, the otherworldly. Your focus was on the divine.

For the sake of brevity, if your North Node is in Libra - Pisces, or the 7th - 12th House, you can switch around the descriptions from above.

- Pegasus Astrology / Lauren Crowley

To add on to my last post about Simm!Master trying to get Missy to be on his side instead of the Doctor’s, I present: 

Actual footage of Missy talking to Simm!Master:  

Originally posted by so-stay-sweetly-numb

Then Simm!Master is like:

Originally posted by fallenangelxxi

Missy when Simm!Master claims she isn’t bad enough to be the Master now that she’s “on the Doctor’s side” and has “gone good”: 

Originally posted by myanotherweirdworld

And the Doctor is just overwhelmed by the Master v Master and he’s like:

Originally posted by southparktextposts

And then Simm!Master realises he hasn’t eaten in a while and he’s like: 

Originally posted by dailysouthpark

And Nardole is just watching and wearing his beanie:

Originally posted by lestersaurora

HEY THERE, GREAT NEWS

First of all, I hope you’ve all watched the final of this season because it was GREAT !

Well, I haven’t really been active recently (personal reasons) so I guessed it was fair to extend the dead-line a little. 
APPLICATIONS WILL OFFICIALLY BE CLOSED ON SUNDAY 11TH AT 12 AM (UTC+1) (west europa)
So if you want to try and be in, it’s your last chance !! Go for it !!

Artists will be announced Monday 12th ! 

It’s mid-autumn festival!

anonymous asked:

placements that makes someone very nostalgic?

Strong Taurus or Cancer placements - esp. Moon signs
Strong 4th house
Moon in the 4th or 12th house
South Node in Cancer or 4th house
Moon/Neptune aspects
Heavily aspected Moon

I absolutely love the parks and trails. There’s a park called Radnor Lake that’s gorgeous on a fall day. I’ve had some of my best days walking there with my dad, talking about life. Another huge priority for me is having a good coffee place to go and hang out. Fido has such a great atmosphere, and you can wander around browsing the shops in Hillsboro Village once you’re there. I love driving past the Bluebird Cafe, because that’s where I played the acoustic show that ended up getting me a record deal. The other areas where I like to go for cute restaurants and shopping are 12th South and East Nashville. Now I have to stop because I sound like I am the president of the Nashville Tourism Board. Sorry, not sorry, I just love it here.
—  Taylor Swift talking about her favorite spot in Nashville (x)

Middle Assyrian Red Sard Cylinder Seal, South Mesopotamia, 12th-11th century BC

Showing a griffin-demon (apkallu) tearing a branch from a tree.

This is an unusual seal with regards to the typical griffin-demon and tree motif in ancient art. In Neo-Assyrian glyptic and monumental art, griffin-demons are often portrayed in the action of fertilizing the female blossoms of the date palm.  On this seal it seems like the apkallu is picking off a branch instead of fertilizing it.

Q&A: Why Taylor Swift Thinks Nashville Is the Best Place on Earth

Nashville is more than the heart of Taylor Swift’s business, it’s her home. But the city she came to as 13-year-old aspiring singer has grown far beyond its musical roots; it’s now an economic and cultural powerhouse. TIME’s Alex Rogers spoke to Swift about her favorite city for this week’s magazine feature which looks at the unique alchemy that makes Nashville both a classic American city and a modern success story. Here are excerpts of their conversation.

TIME: Why did you decide to live in Nashville?

SWIFT: I decided to move to Nashville when I was about 10 years old. I was obsessed with watching biography TV shows about Faith Hill and Shania Twain, and I noticed that both of them went to Nashville to start their careers. From that point on, I began relentlessly nagging, begging, and pleading with my parents to take me on a trip there. When I was 11, my mom took my brother and me to Nashville on spring break and we drove up and down Music Row. She would wait in the car as I scampered into record labels one by one, handing my demo CD to the receptionists. I remember thinking it was so odd and wonderful that all of these important record labels were all on one street, most of them in small buildings and old houses. I remember being charmed by how kind people were to strangers and newcomers like us. We took more and more trips to Nashville as time went by, and when at 13, I was offered a development deal by a major record label, my parents gave in and we moved from Pennsylvania.

TIME: Have you ever considered moving your operations to L.A. or New York?

SWIFT: I love L.A. and New York and I spend a lot of time there promoting albums and doing photo shoots. I’ve been lucky enough to find friends who live in New York, L.A., and Nashville, so none of those cities ever feel foreign or lonely. Choosing to have my management company based in Nashville just made sense because my family is there as well as my record label. I never think about moving home bases. It’s hard to describe why you consider a town your home base, except that when people ask me “Where’s home?”, I don’t even think before I say “Nashville.”

TIME: How much time do you spend in Nashville?

SWIFT: I spend as much time in Nashville as I can. The cool thing about spending time in Nashville is that no one knows when I’m there. In New York and L.A., there are photographers waiting on the street, and it seems like every errand I run is photographed and documented. You don’t see as much evidence of me spending time in Nashville, because I’m not being photographed at the grocery store. I’m just able to wander around the grocery store and make casual conversation with the girl standing next to me in the produce aisle.

TIME: How has Nashville changed over the years?

SWIFT: Nashville has changed so much since I moved here almost ten years ago. It’s become a popular, trendy place to live for families and young professionals. It’s become a well-known music hub for genres other than just country. There are now fantastic, highly acclaimed restaurants and top of the line hotels. New high-rise buildings have popped up every time I come home and I think it’s so awesome that Nashville is booming. The attention it’s getting is well deserved.

TIME: How close is the city’s country music community?

SWIFT: The country music community is the closest musical community I’ve witnessed. I see a different songwriter or producer I’ve worked with almost every time I’m out to dinner. All of the artists know each other. Half of us have opened up for the other half on tour, and we’ve met each other at some radio station or awards show. I could list at least five other country artists who live in my apartment building, so I actually run into them in the elevator on a regular basis.

TIME: What’s your favorite spot in the city?

SWIFT: I absolutely love the parks and trails. There’s a park called Radnor Lake that’s gorgeous on a fall day. I’ve had some of my best days walking there with my dad, talking about life. Another huge priority for me is having a good coffee place to go and hang out. Fido has such a great atmosphere, and you can wander around browsing the shops in Hillsboro Village once you’re there. I love driving past the Bluebird Cafe, because that’s where I played the acoustic show that ended up getting me a record deal. The other areas where I like to go for cute restaurants and shopping are 12th South and East Nashville. Now I have to stop because I sound like I am the president of the Nashville Tourism Board. Sorry, not sorry, I just love it here.

(x)

As the TARDIS lands in Seoul, South Korea, fans get the chance to send a message to the Doctor. The cast also talk about their “once in a lifetime” opportunity.

Doctor Who: Earth Conquest - The World Tour airs tonight (16th January) at 7pm on BBC Three.