tidal drift

the 12th house swells transparently, like a tidal wave that drifts in and out, bringing in the undercurrents of others in the process then releasing them back out in liquid energy music. people with a lot of twelfth house planets are not always profound mystics who dwell in neptunian wonderlands. but they are individuals who live a conceivable ordained daily life and yet harbour an inconceivable depth, acute perception and innate understanding of severe suffering. they understand the psychological dynamics of people after short periods of consultation and see their own divinity through the eyes of others. the twelfth house weakens the expression of the signs energy wherever it is placed. it’s almost locked away, and the individual is forced to trek through its waters blinfolded and bound. it’s so weak, really, that unless the individual is spiritually engaged, it expresses through the simple daily life twelfth house person who has no idea about the profound celestial power stirring in his soul

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fwb bellarke because that never gets old but maybe they're in a band together? trying to keep things casual but bellamy keeps writing songs about clarke

It starts when Lexa goes solo.

Clarke’s the only one who tries to argue it’s anything other than a horrific, unilateral betrayal. And she’s really only arguing with the unilateral part; she doesn’t support Lexa’s decision, but she understands why Lexa did what she did. It was shitty, but it was the right decision for her.

“I make all sorts of decisions that are bad for me and good for the band, though,” says Monty.

“Like what?” Bellamy asks. He sounds more curious than doubtful.

“I run the twitter account because if anyone else did it, you’d spend all your time fighting people on the internet.”

“That’s definitely true,” Clarke says. “Seriously, all I’m saying is that I can see why she did it. I wouldn’t, and I don’t think any of the rest of us would either, but–it was her call.”

“Yeah,” says Miller. “And her call left us down a lead singer and songwriter, so I’m going to go on hating her. If that’s cool with you.”

Clarke smiles. “Knock yourself out. We can get a new singer. And we have a songwriter.”

“Since when?” asks Raven.

“Bellamy writes. He’s just as good as Lexa was. So all we really need is a new lead singer.”

She didn’t think it was a particularly noteworthy statement, but everyone else is staring at her like she grew a second head. And then looking at Bellamy like he did too.

“Since when?” Monty finally asks.

“They’re shitty,” Bellamy says.

“They’re really not. They’re different,” she admits, when he gives her a look. “They wouldn’t have worked for Lexa. But we’re getting a new singer, right? We might as well get a whole new sound, while we’re at it.”

There’s a pause, and then Raven says, “You got any songs on you, Bellamy?”

“Nothing polished.” He rubs the back of his neck. “But sure. We might as well try one out.”

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The twelfth house is invisible, and perceived only through feelings, sacred imagery, divine intimacy and intepersonal communion. In a sense this gives a good idea of the landscape of the twelfth house. It almost exists on an incomprehensible layer in the individual, and could be perceived and understood more acutely from their company. People with a lot of eighth house planets are powerful in their imprint and leave a resonant energy, they jolt their company and arouse potent senses within them. The twelfth house on the other hand swells transparently, like a tidal wave that drifts in and out, bringing in the undercurrents of others in the process then releasing them back out in liquid energy music. People with a lot of twelfth house planets are not always profound mystics who dwell in Neptunian wonderlands. But they are individuals who live a conceivable ordained daily life and yet harbor an inconceivable depth, acute perception and innate understanding of severe suffering. They understand the psychological dynamics of people after short periods of consultation and see their own divinity through the eyes of others. Like the Sun at fall in Libra, the twelfth house weakens the expression of the signs energy wherever it is placed. It’s almost locked away, and the individual is forced to trek through its waters blinfolded and bound. It’s so weak, really, that unless the individual is spiritually engaged, it expresses through the simple daily life twelfth house person who has no idea about the profound celestial power stirring in his soul.