theme is suffering

anonymous asked:

Dean: "hey Cas, I'm going commando" *wink* Cas: "there is no need for military-style operations, Dean. You said it yourself, a simple salt and burn, yes?" Dean: "no I mean- I'm not wearing any underwear" Cas: "that must be uncomfortable, watch out for chafing" Dean: "Jesus Christ I'm trying to be sexy!" Cas: "what's so sexy about chafing?" Sam: *regretting joining them on the case*

Originally posted by canonsoulmates

I’m really glad that even though Hugh isn’t an official dexholder the plot still treats him as one.
He could of had a small role like Wally, Cheren and Bianca but he actually is written as being a proper rival to Lack-two and even Whi-two with almost equal screentime (paneltime?).

okay but FOX can do silly, lowkey meaningless musicals (grease), but i don’t trust them to handle real themes of suffering and triumph. i won’t let a bunch of slightly racist, hardcore right-wing republicans tell the story of Angel Dumott, a gender-fluid person who DIED of AIDS because they were LBGT+. or the story of Joanne Jefferson, the successful and thriving Harvard lawyer lesbian. or mimi marquez! the POC stripper who isn’t looking for money, but love and a family. or Maureen Johnson, a feminist and human rights activist who ALSO HAPPENS TO BE BI. the only thing i can trust them to do is whitewash the cast, tbh.

Moon Aspects

The moon is the fastest celestial body used in astrology, moving about 13° per day and spending approximately 2.5 days in each sign. This means that the aspects it makes are more unique & special to an individual’s natal chart. The moon is also the luminary of emotion & instinct, and fittingly, it is very physically sensitive to the energies impressed upon it; because of this, any aspects the moon forms with the other planets will be crucial to understanding how the native’s moon sign manifests in their psyche. If you don’t particularly identify with general descriptions of your moon sign, this post is for you.

First, you should acquaint yourself with the meanings of the aspects (if you haven’t already). This post provides basic information on them. I won’t be going into the specifics of each aspect in this post, so knowing how to further interpret them yourself will be useful. You know the drill: harmonious aspects generally imply qualities & good traits, and discordant aspects generally imply flaws & negative traits. Not always, but generally.

*Note: I included the traditional and modern planetary rulers because I use both of them, but you can use whichever better suits your aspect or practice.

Moon in aspect to the Sun (adds Leo energy)
When the moon comes into contact with the sun, the ego meets receptivity & the feelings meet identity. The sun is nearly as affected by this aspect as the moon is, so the native will likely become more sensitive, intuitive, and in-tune to their emotions. Their emotions will probably define them to a degree. They will also feel more confident and secure within themselves. If it is a discordant aspect, arrogance, over-emotional behavior, and extreme selfishness are strongly implied. Attention-seeking is also a prominent theme here.

Moon in aspect to Mercury (adds Gemini or Virgo energy)
This is a relationship in which the emotions become mentalized. The native studies their feelings (either harshly or with curiosity, depending on whether the aspect is discordant or harmonious) and they seek to understand themselves as much as possible. They can become mechanical individuals who stifle feelings and replace them with logic, or they can be know-it-alls (who may not know much at all). They can also be immensely intuitive, creative, and compassionate people who are very in touch with their depth.

Moon in aspect to Venus (adds Libra or Taurus energy)
Venus “beautifies” what it touches. The native will end up dramatizing their emotions and romanticizing them. They will be more flirtatious, charming, polite, affectionate, and appearance-concerned. They can be superficial, vain, over-dramatic, passive, and two-faced. Generally, they will be more artistic people with an eye for aesthetics. They have many desires and are focused on gratifying them, and can be quite selfish & lazy because of it. They are also infatuated with romance and can “fall in love” at the drop of a hat.

Moon in aspect to Mars (adds Aries [or Scorpio] energy)
Emotions are more volatile with this aspect; Mars brings impulsivity, self-assertion, force, drive, and a competitive nature to the core functions and instincts of the native, causing this person to be the source of most of their own conflicts and struggles in life, even if the aspect is considered harmonious. They are determined and independent, and their strong will is their saving grace. They are usually incredibly passionate, ambitious, and creative, but they can be frustratingly selfish, stubborn, and immature as well. Lust is often a fundamental motivator in their behavior, as they usually have a high libido.

Moon in aspect to Jupiter (adds Sagittarius [or Pisces] energy)
Anything that meets Jupiter inflates and expands; in this case, it is the sensitivity and receptivity of the individual. They may be very imaginative, creative, compassionate, nurturing, and healing people, or they may be over-emotional, dramatic, prone to exaggeration, over-sensitive, and self-pitying. Either way, they likely have a kind and generous disposition and a feeling of being favored by luck. Consequences might appear to go right around them. They enjoy learning and travelling, but may become bigoted & intolerant.

Moon in aspect to Saturn (adds Capricorn [or Aquarius] energy)
Whenever I think of the moon coming into contact with Saturn, I always visualize Saturn (constrictive energy) bottling the moon (fluid energy). Natives of this aspect can be painfully out of touch with their emotions; they tend to repress and ignore their feelings out of a misunderstanding of them, and can become cold and detached as a result. Saturn is never easy to handle, so his influence on the moon may manifest in positive ways (productivity, wisdom, a careful nature) but he is always a burden, and individuals who feel his affects are often quite internally frustrated and confused. They try their best to be constructive people, but they endure a lot of difficulty – fear, inhibition, restriction, control, and suppression are Saturn’s themes. He imposes karmic suffering upon the native to refine them and restore their balance.

Moon in aspect to Uranus (adds Aquarius energy)
Uranus revolutionizes & stirs what it touches. It dominates the relationship and causes the moon to take on many Uranus traits, more so than the other planets when they form an aspect with the moon (mainly the other planets interact with the moon, whereas Uranus puts it in a costume). The native will have a very unconventional way of thinking and reacting; they will have a plethora of quirks, odd mannerisms, and idiosyncrasies which may end up defining them as an individual. They are highly unique, which is something they strive to be. Their originality is their most treasured quality. They are inventive, creative, and brilliant – full of ideas and opinions. They can be shocking for the sake of being shocking; they tend to be edgy just to get a rise out of people. They embodied the hipster stereotype before it was cool.

Moon in aspect to Neptune (adds Pisces energy)
The moon becomes shrouded in a heavy fog when Neptune forms an aspect to it. Neptune disorients; the relationship causes much confusion, a lack of awareness, and misunderstanding in the native – they will be overwhelmed by their feelings, they’ll avoid them, they’ll miscommunicate them, and they will usually have a hard time figuring out who they are as a person. On the other hand, they may have psychic talents, great compassion and sensitivity, a gentle kindness about them, and a lot of creative energy.

Moon in aspect to Pluto (adds Scorpio energy)
This is probably the most detrimental aspect that the moon can find itself in; Pluto’s energy is the darkest and most powerful of all the planets, and as I mentioned, the moon is the most sensitive. Whether the aspect is considered harmonious or not is rather irrelevant, because either way, it indicates immense pain and difficulty – the softer angles may lessen the chaos and promote more of the positive traits (whereas the harder aspects promote the negative ones), but that’s essentially the only observable difference, and they each generally create a similar result. The native will have self-destructive habits, a profoundly transformative nature, a terrifying depth and power within them, a secretive disposition, and an inclination to periodically purge themselves when they get hurt or feel afraid. They can be psychic, very wise, strong-willed, intelligent people amidst all the damage, and they live in perpetual cycles of rebirth. They possess incredible healing capacities.


José Clemente Orozco (November 23, 1883 – September 7, 1949) was a Mexican painter, who specialized in political murals that established the Mexican Mural Renaissance together with murals by Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, and others. Orozco was the most complex of the Mexican muralists, fond of the theme of human suffering, but less realistic and more fascinated by machines than Rivera. Mostly influenced by Symbolism, he was also a genre painter and lithographer. Between 1922 and 1948, Orozco painted murals in Mexico City, Orizaba, Claremont, California, New York City, Hanover, New Hampshire, Guadalajara, Jalisco, and Jiquilpan, Michoacán. His drawings and paintings are exhibited by the Carrillo Gil Museum in Mexico City, and the Orozco Workshop-Museum in Guadalajara. Orozco was known for being a politically committed artist and promoted the political causes of peasants and workers.

José Clemente Orozco was born in 1883 in Zapotlán el Grande (now Ciudad Guzmán), Jalisco to Rosa de Flores Orozco. He married Margarita Valladares, and had three children. At the age of 21, Orozco lost his left hand while working with gunpowder to make fireworks.

The satirical illustrator José Guadalupe Posada, whose engravings about Mexican culture and politics challenged Mexicans to think differently about post-revolutionary Mexico, worked in full view of the public in shop windows located on the way Orozco went to school. In his autobiography, Orozco confesses, “I would stop [on my way to and from school] and spend a few enchanted minutes in watching [Posada]… This was the push that first set my imagination in motion and impelled me to cover paper with my earliest little figures; this was my awakening to the existence of the art of painting” (Orozco, 1962). He goes on to say that watching Posada’s engraving decorated gave him his introduction to the use of color. After attending school for Agriculture and Architecture, Orozco studied art at the Academy of San Carlos. He worked as an illustrator for Mexico City newspapers and directly as an illustrator for one of the Constitutionalist armies overseen by “First Chief” Venustiano Carranza. When the revolutionary factions split in 1914 after Victoriano Huerta was ousted, Orozco supported Carranza and General Álvaro Obregón against Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata.

With Diego Rivera, he was a leader of the artist movement known as Mexican Muralism. An important distinction he had from Rivera was his darker view of the Mexican Revolution. While Rivera was a bold, optimistic figure, touting the glory of the revolution, Orozco was less comfortable with the bloody toll the social movement was taking. Orozco is known as one of the “Big Three” muralists along with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros. All three artists, as well as the painter Rufino Tamayo, experimented with fresco on large walls, and elevated the art of the mural.

Between 1922–1924, Orozco painted the murals: “Maternity”, “Man in Battle Against Nature”, “Christ Destroys His Cross”, “Destruction of the Old Order”, “The Aristocrats”, and “The Trench and the Trinity” at the National Preparatory School. Some of the murals were destroyed by Orozco himself, and later repainted. Others were vandalized by conservative students and practically destroyed. Thus, Orozco had to repaint many of them when he came back to the School in 1926. 1925, he painted the mural “Omniscience” at Mexico City’s House of Tiles. In 1926, he painted a mural at the Industrial School in Orizaba, Veracruz.

Between 1927–1934 Orozco lived in the USA. Even after the fall of the stock market in 1929, his works were still in demand. From March to June 1930, at the invitation of the Pomona College Art Department, he painted what he noted was the “first fresco painted outside the country by a painter of the Contemporary Mexican School.”  The fresco, Prometheus (Prometeo del Pomona College), on the wall of a Pomona College dining hall, was direct and personal at a time when murals were expected to be decorous and decorative, and has been called the first “modern” fresco in the United States.[7] Later that year, he painted murals at the New School for Social Research, New York City, now known as the New School University. One of his most famous murals is The Epic of American Civilization at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, USA. It was painted between 1932 and 1934 and covers almost 300 m² (3200 square feet) in 24 panels. Its parts include: “Migrations”, “Human Sacrifices”, “The Appearance of Quetzalcoatl”, “Corn Culture”, “Anglo-America”, “Hispano-America”, “Science” and “Modern Migration of the Spirit” (another version of “Christ Destroys His Cross”).

After returning to Mexico in 1935, Orozco painted in Guadalajara, Jalisco, the mural “The People and Its Leaders” in the Government Palace, and the frescos for the Hospicio Cabañas, which are considered his masterpiece. In 1940 he painted at the Gabino Ortiz Library in Jiquilpan, Michoacán. Between 1942–1944 Orozco painted for the Hospital de Jesús in Mexico City. Orozco’s 1948 “Juárez Reborn” huge portrait-mural was one of his last works.

In 1947, Orozco illustrated the book The Pearl, by John Steinbeck.

Orozco died in 1949 in Mexico City.

notapangolin  asked:

This might be a bit of an odd question, but how would you personally improve Prometheus?

I’m assuming you mean the movie and not, like, the mythological titan.

First improvement: scrap every character except David and start over, because they’re all boring, inconsistent, and terrible.  David is also inconsistent and terrible, but he’s at least interesting, so if we just make him consistent and well written, he’d be fine.

Since the expedition consists of scientists, let’s actually make them ACT like scientists, as opposed to either 1. creationists or 2. poorly written strawmen.  Let’s have them actually be competent in their fields, instead of, say, having a geologist who gets lost in the building he mapped out or a biologist who’s afraid of a corpse but NOT a hissing nightmare penis cobra.  Let’s give them more well rounded personalities than “has an obvious character flaw, like being an asshole or a coward, which shifts in and out of their characterization depending on how we need them to act for a scene rather than being consistent.”

Let’s also have most if not all of the people actually WANT to be on this expedition - it’s a lot more interesting/dramatically ironic if these people are all SUPER PUMPED to explore new worlds and seek out the life they might find there, only to have it all go horribly wrong.  Most of the characters in the film seemed disinterested in the expedition at best and downright resentful that they were there at worst, which resulted in most of the character building moments being “MRAAH I DON’T WANT TO BE HERE ADVENTURE SUCKS,” which 1. isn’t endearing and 2. doesn’t really provide a character arc, since they basically go from “I THINK THIS MISSION SUCKS” to “YEP THIS MISSION SUCKS ALRIGHT,” which isn’t really good for character growth.

I don’t want to brainstorm a bunch of entirely new characters to fill up the cast right now because that’s a lot of work for a tumblr ask, but that’s what I’d have to do first and foremost to make this story not suck.

Let’s move onto the plot. The plot of Prometheus is simple at its core but made into a jumbled mess by its execution, which is what happens when you hire Damon Lindeloff.  So let’s cut to the core a bit: at its center, Prometheus is about people finding evidence that aliens visited earth, and using ancient clues Nicholas Cage style to track those aliens down.  They find an alien world that hides dark secrets and stumble into a whole slew of monsters.

Now, one of the ways Prometheus makes this needlessly stupid and convoluted is that they make the ancient aliens the creators of “all life on earth,” with some bullshit about how humans have identical DNA as the Engineers and all that.  It’s the kind of thing that sounds like it makes sense to people who paid no attention in high school biology and thus only know what DNA is from pop culture.  While this plot point is technically important for the whole “stressful parent/child relationships” theme that the movie has going on, it’s also intensely stupid and I hate it, so it’s getting cut.  Sometimes a theme must suffer for the sake of telling a good story.

But now we have to rejig things to accommodate for that major change, and rejig we shall!  So here’s how things start out instead: archaeologists discover evidence of ancient aliens, complete with what seems to be a star map.  Their corporate financial backer, Mr. Weyland (or was it Mr. Yutani?  I forget which one was involved here), who’s a bit of a wacko, decides to fund a rushed expedition to the planet in the star map.  He thinks these aliens must have created humanity (which the other scientists rightly think is a kinda stupid hypothesis), and wants to meet them to bring humanity to the next level.  An expedition of ambitious experts is assembled, and off to space they go!

They get to the planet and discover that, while it’s technically habitable, all life on the surface is dead.  There are corpses of all sorts of different creatures littering the surface, decayed and partially fossilized.  Some look much like terrestiral life, but a good deal more look very Giger-esque.  Most of the corpses are not in one piece, showing their deaths were pretty violent.  Something horrible clearly happened here.

But our heroes proceed, disturbed but willing to risk the danger in hopes of discovery.  They find an Engineer building and search it, discovering vague holotapes showing chaos on the ship and the creation of various Giger-esque monsters.  They find laboratories filled with strange monsters - David in particular is intrigued by this, as the idea of other artificial life intrigues him.  While the other explorers are trying to find kinship with the Engineers, David finds it all to easily in the monsters they created.

We eventually discover two things: first, the planet isn’t as dead as it looked, as there are a lot of strange monsters living within this building.  The many different monsters in Prometheus were, in my mind, its greatest strength, so my take would push that even farther - we’d have an entire ecosystem of Giger-esque nightmare creatures here.  When first discovered they’d be in a state of suspended animation, but the explorers broke the “seal” when they entered the tomb, allowing the Giger beasts to get active again.  The building quickly turns into a living hell.

Second, we learn the Engineers were nowhere near the benevolent precursors Mr. Weyland/Yutani believes them to be.  They didn’t create life on earth, nor did they visit earth to help us out - they’re colonialists who spread from planet to planet like a virus.  They did tinker with humanity’s ancestors, but it wasn’t so humanity could have some grand purpose - it was to make us better hosts for their bioweapons.  We aren’t children of the Engineers - we’re their petfood.  While Mr. Weyland and the other explorers are disheartened by this discovery, David understands it totally - after all, he was created to be a disposable tool, so why wouldn’t humanity follow a similar route?  The anger and frustration the explorers have at this revelation inspires him, though - after all, if they won’t accept their purpose, why should he?

The opening of the building has also been noticed by the Engineers, and soon enough an Engineer ship arrives on the planet to figure out who popped open their preserved bio-weapons.  The Engineer ship blows up our explorers’ spaceship, stranding them on the planet.  A squad of Engineers enters the building to destroy the remaining explorers and seal things up again, wearing biomechanical suits that make the Giger beasts nonhostile towards them.  We’d have at least one shot of an Engineer in its elephant-face-mask armor walking calmly through a sea of different nightmarish Giger monsters, all of which treat him with absolutely no animosity, because I think that would be a very eerie and interesting visual.

While the Engineers kill a few of them, the surviving explorers eventually figure out how to retaliate, killing all the Engineers in the building and taking their suits as disguises.  The fact that the Engineer’s host form resembles a human very closely is once more a meaningful plot point, albeit in a different way than in the original.  David also joins the group, hiding in the Engineer travel craft with some very familiar looking eggs.

Our heroes then sneak into the Engineer’s ship and try to take out all the remaining Engineers so they can use the ship to get home.  The plan succeeds thanks to David’s secret weapon, but unfortunately all of our human explorers are taken out in the process - either by the Engineer’s hands or, in the case of the final survivor, by stumbling into one of David’s alien egg traps and getting a good ol’ facehugger.

Now the only person left alive on the ship, David returns to the Engineer Building and basically loads up on eggs and other monstrosities, then sets off with plans to spread them as far and wide as he can.

And that’s how I’d change Prometheus.

teammarinette  asked:

Ashlee I have to say, I watched Wonder Woman last night and as a superhero/female-lead movie, it was amazing. As a war movie and historical movie, however, it left a bitter taste in my mouth... there's going to be a lot of people who treat it as another "Go America!" film where the evil Germans get defeated by heroic American hero, and miss the movie's main theme which was the needless suffering of the war and the bad guy (Ares) winning (which is something you rarely ever see) :/

See I actually think it inverted that, all the way through?? 

Like there’s the scene where Chief specifically says to Diana that white Americans like Steve took everything from his people, for a major example. Even though Steve’s fighting for the supposedly ‘good’ side here, there’s no denying that his side hasn’t been in the right in every conflict before now.There is no group of people that are ultimately good vs. a group that is ultimately bad. 

It’s shown again at the end of the movie, albeit in a different sense, when the German soldiers take off their helmets and they’re just teens - they were just kids, fighting for their lives because men with more power than them told them they had to. 

And the German war council are shown as wanting to sign the treaty and end the war. We don’t get a lot from their POV, but I really don’t think that they’re all displayed as bad. It’s mainly just Ludendorff and Dr. Poison.

Honestly if the message someone takes away from Wonder Woman was “Go America!” rather than “We all have the power to make the right choice and make a change” then they’re an idiot. 

Primarily Obsessional Compulsive Disorder

I am going to post this in case nobody knows what I’m talking about and the visibility of this illness is very rare on this website lol -

Primarily obsessional OCD has been called “one of the most distressing and challenging forms of OCD.” People with this form of OCD have “distressing and unwanted thoughts pop into [their] head frequently”, and the thoughts “typically center on a fear that you may do something totally uncharacteristic of yourself, something …potentially fatal…to yourself or others.” The thoughts “quite likely, are of an aggressive or sexual nature.”

The nature and type of primarily obsessional OCD varies greatly, but the central theme for all sufferers is the emergence of a disturbing intrusive thought or question, an unwanted/inappropriate mental image, or a frightening impulse that causes the person extreme anxiety because it is antithetical to closely held religious beliefs, morals, or societal mores. The fears associated with primarily obsessional OCD tend to be far more personal and terrifying for the sufferer than what the fears of someone with traditional OCD may be. Pure-O fears usually focus on self-devastating scenarios that the sufferer feels would ruin their life or the lives of those around them. 

An example of this difference could be that someone with traditional OCD is overly concerned or worried about security or cleanliness. While this is still distressing, it is not to the same level as someone with Pure-O, who may be terrified that they have undergone a radical change in their sexuality (i.e.: might be or might have changed into a pedophile), that they might be a murderer or that they might cause any form of harm to a loved one or an innocent person, or to themselves, or that they will go insane.

They will understand that these fears are unlikely or even impossible but the anxiety felt will make the obsession seem real and meaningful. While those without primarily obsessional OCD might instinctively respond to bizarre intrusive thoughts or impulses as insignificant and part of a normal variance in the human mind, someone with Pure-O will respond with profound alarm followed by an intense attempt to neutralize the thought or avoid having the thought again. The person begins to ask themselves constantly “Am I really capable of something like that?” or “Could that really happen?” or “Is that really me?” (even though they usually realize that their fear is irrational, which causes them further distress) and puts tremendous effort into escaping or resolving the unwanted thought. They then end up in a vicious cycle of mentally searching for reassurance and trying to get a definitive answer.

Common intrusive thoughts/obsessions include themes of:

Responsibility: with an excessive concern over someone’s well-being marked specifically by guilt over believing they have harmed or might harm someone, either on purpose or inadvertently.

Sexuality: including recurrent doubt over one’s sexual orientation (also called HOCD or “homosexual OCD”). People with this theme display a very different set of symptoms than those actually experiencing an actual crisis in sexuality. One major difference is that people who have HOCD report being attracted sexually towards the opposite sex prior to the onset of HOCD, while homosexual people whether in the closet or repressed have always had such same-sex attractions. The question “Am I gay?” takes on a pathological form. Many people with this type of obsession are in healthy and fulfilling romantic relationships, either with members of the opposite sex, or the same sex (in which case their fear would be “Am I straight?”).

Violence: which involves a constant fear of violently harming oneself or loved ones or persistent worry that one is a pedophile and might harm a child. ((I have this - the Harm OCD btw, not the pedophilia at all))

Religiosity: manifesting as intrusive thoughts or impulses revolving around blasphemous and sacrilegious themes.

Health: including consistent fears of having or contracting a disease (different from hypochondriasis) through seemingly impossible means (for example, touching an object that has just been touched by someone with a disease) or mistrust of a diagnostic test.

Relationship obsessions (ROCD): in which someone in a romantic relationship endlessly tried to ascertain the justification for being or remaining in that relationship. It includes obsessive thoughts to the tune of “How do I know this is real love?” “How do I know he/she is the one?” “Am I attracted enough to this person?” or “Am I in love with this person, or is it just lust?” “Does he/she really love me?” and/or obsessive preoccupation with the perceived flaws of the intimate partner. The agony of attempting to arrive at certainty leads to an intense and endless cycle of anxiety because it is impossible to arrive at a definite answer. ((I also have this))

anonymous asked:

I wonder if Dean will have another mutism episode after Cas' death. They've lost so many people, if it weren't for the Wayward Sisters they'd be so alone right now ! They better go straight back to Jody after that !

Ohh that would be amazing :D It reminds me of Buffy going catatonic after her mom dies and her sister gets taken away, it’s all just too much.

Yeah, I’d love something big like that… either way they can do sobbing Dean, catatonic Dean, going through the motions Dean, denial Dean, depressed Dean anything and everything combined… as long as it continues the theme that he’s suffering differently to Sam, that it’s more, it’s deeper, it’s romantic.

Neptune in the 6th House - Tea & Trance

The typical sixth house structures - work, routine, daily responsibilities and health are dissolved by cloudy Neptune, and the approach toward these facets of life tends to be sedative and delirious. Domestic tasks such as bill paying, organization skills and practical tasks are lost in the mist of Neptune’s fog which colours poor time management and forgetfulness. The timely constant ticks of clockwork is lost into waves and variables and the days pass by not by calendar, but in chapters, seasons, melodies and rainbow notes of motion. These individuals face intense challenge maintaining focus at work and frequently disengage to spin fantasy and wild reverie. They tend to resist the corporate control mechanisms of the world and create their own ‘system’ to live by.

Natal 6th house Neptunians direct enormous resources of energy toward providing for others and direct celestial healing power through the synergy of the redeemer in the home of service. The 6th house is the house of ill health, disability and mental illness; and with nebulous Neptune here twin themes of suffering and saving may come into the experience. Medicine, nursing, counseling, psychotherapy, institution work, paramedicine, teaching and charity are fields in which 6th house Neptune people resonate. They may be forced to undergo the anguish of sickness themselves and develop empathy from experience, such as the psychologist treating mental illness and suffering depression herself. Through this, when the individual directs his healing energies outward, he is healed of his own malady, and creates the highest octave of Neptune’s magic. There is an ultra receptivity to invisible undercurrents and the passive absorption of circulating whims, pain and unsavory emotions. This provides an incredible capacity to seep into the agony of others and find their transcendental healing light from the potion of divine compassion. However, Neptune can amuse herself playing the deceiver, and the individual may perceive these intercepted aches and emotional surges as organic - their own. Strange allergies and inexplicable ailment may appear out of nowhere and disappear just as mysteriously, puzzling the individual and medical professionals. Even with no seeming causation, the 6th house Neptunian can become completely washed out and remain fatigued in bed for days. The typical 6th house Neptune hypochondria, psychosomatic suffering and frequent doctor visits are a side effect of this; coupled with the unconscious, exhaustive reflex of others to siphon their healing energies out and into themselves. The placement of Neptune here suggests the intrinsic pangs to redeem and become the savior. Although life direction tends to lack focus and arrangement, their urge to be of service largely conducts them. The 6th house symbolizes  where the ego melts away and looks to others for completion. The planet of the collective Neptune, promotes this process and accelerates the divine healing potential and orientation toward service.

The 6th house takes us back to the simple things; the pages of a book, writing notes with a glossy pen and stirring strawberry tea. With dreamy and mystic Neptune here, daily life becomes a symphony and illustrated with pure artwork. Their fingers have conversations over the lines of pages and their bodies squeal when the aroma of fresh linen and coffee sweeps through their home. Work is typically a struggle exacerbated by a persistent lack of energy and general lethargy. Deadlines tend to fly past them and their inability to adhere to responsibilities may result in legal or professional fall out. With a severely porous aura, 6th house Neptunians respond to circulating toxins and allergens more than most and typically come down with symptoms quicker. Many find a natural affiliation with spiritual health and holistic matters and openly embrace an organic, intuitive approach to life. Neptune’s haze sweeps a mystical, disorienting and psychedelic energy through the 6th house home and makes daily living seem a dreamy daze. Everything feels too far away, and their grip on reality is weakened through Neptune sedation, causing the float through the motions, impulsed by the quest for something more, the urge to shatter the Virgo crystallization and and swim on the artwork of the broken pieces.

Artist DreamToon | Fancafe Update | 170110 

© Trans by 7 Dreamers

Hello. Greetings from Artist Swa. (SuA)
It’s a pleasure to meet you through these new everyday toons.
We have tried to draw the ‘nightmare’ theme of each member for our debut album.
Because drawing is a hobby, please see it cutely.
First look at the picture.
I think it will be fun if you guys try to interpret it! Hehe
What did Swa express~~
So the nightmare begins~

Ji-U (A nightmare of chasing people)

1. Ji-U who is chasing people.
2. She’s really chasing after them a lot, so she’s having a hard time (I expressed not being able to chase them through the wall)
3. During a break, she is locked in thought while looking at the sky with floating stars.
4. After seeing the stars, Ji-U’s pursues her dreams of the future.

SuA (A nightmare of not being able to move my entire body)

1. It’s a drawing that illustrates my theme.
2. People are suffering terrible nightmares.
3. SuA who is thinking after seeing the string is wondering if she can do something good.
4. SuA wraps a~lot of fans in her arms, everyone cannot get away from me!

Siyeon (A nightmare of being trapped in a confined space)

1. It’s Siyeon’s theme that someone is trapped in
2. Siyeon who enjoys trapping someone in a confined space
3. Oh my gosh? It’s a surprise to receive love from a lot of people.

Handong (A nightmare of staring at people)

1. Donggie who stares at people, her big eyes are twinkling.
2. Donggie enjoys looking at people secretly from the mirror
3. But Donggie wonders about the outside world as well, so she comes out of the mirror.
4. Handong is happy while staring with a gaze of love at the fans who waited outside for her

Yoohyeon (A nightmare of wandering to a strange place)

1. Yoohyeon who symbolizes a tree, does she have a profound atmosphere under the tree?
2. Right away she was wandering into many people in the woods!
3. But at a meeting with Dream Catcher and fans, Yoohyeon saw the fans and had a brilliant idea!
4. Right away the fans totally wandered into Yoohyeon’s heart.

Dami (A nightmare of wounding the body)

1. She has a doll and is showing her own theme with it~
2. Oh my gosh! The dinosaurs are threatening people.
3. Dami attacked the dinosaur doll with a nail and defeated it.
4. Dami leaves to travel the world and help people in danger.

Gahyeon (A nightmare of falling from a high place)

1. Gahyeon is showing her nightmare theme.
2. Gahyeon drops people very a hi~gh place
3. After looking around, she dropped everything so there was nothing left
4. Gahyeon drops everything into the sea of her own heart, she will be by your side forever!

What did you think? Hehe
Please leave your fun interpretations in the comments~
I’m curious
And please look to find the hidden points of the drawings, hehehe
While waiting for the next one, to be continued~