Once a Poet, Always a Poet?

Dante Alighieri (died September 14, 1321)

A face only a mother could love…

Blame my calendar again:

On this day in 1302, the poet Dante Alighieri is exiled from Florence, Italy.

Maybe I’m taking all of this astrology stuff too personally, but you’d be forgiving of me if you saw what I saw when I raised this event chart:

So, two things: the Sun was sitting on the “Angel” gate when this happened; and that’s a mighty strong conjunction between Mercury, Mars and Pluto (all at 22° Aquarius). There is but one inconjunct.

Moon Inconjunct Jupiter

This aspect indicates that you have a positive, optimistic outlook on life, and you enjoy socializing with good friends. However, there are some dangers with this aspect. First, it can be a sign that you are self-indulgent and possibly even selfish, although this is not likely to happen if you have a good, strong relationship with your mother. You have a great need to be cared for and supported, to be accepted for what you are with no strings attached. If this need is fulfilled, the positive side of this aspect will flourish. But if your mother does not support your needs fully, you will feel insecure and will look elsewhere for support and fulfillment. In this case your concern will be totally for yourself with little though for other people’s needs.

Dante’s birth date is approximately between May 21 and June 20, 1265. On a hunch, I chose May 31 (OS) which equates to June 7th (NS). The timing of his birth is randomized. As for his death, that is better known, although I set the time for 12 noon.

The reason I am inserting myself into the equation of his life is directly related to the fact that the event inconjunct connects the Moon and Jupiter, the two energies that were released in this present life at the Divine Gates of Scorpio and Aquarius. Plus, I’ve attempted a Terza Rima, too. Dante originated the poem’s format.

Any questions?

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In Astrology, “X” Really Does Mark The…

Gates of the Avatars

Yesterday’s post caused a bit of feedback, especially the part about the four creatures on the Wheel of Fortune and The World Tarot cards being equivalent to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. So, I’ve done a little more research and found this clear image. What it also showed me is that the concept of Divine Gates is not new. In fact it’s a very old idea that recently has come back into focus.

Four gates in the zodiac are called Divine Avatar Gates and their history is sort of murky, but they provide a similar portal for stellar drama. They are the cross-quarter days marking the halfway point between solstice and equinox, so you find them at 15 degrees of the fixed signs: Taurus, Leo, Scorpio or Aquarius (often called the fixed cross). They were at one time the signs where the equinoxes and solstices resided, and fifteen degrees is the middle of the sign. In my data from my clients, it appears that planets at this degree will make an impact on a person’s life that is perhaps equal to the importance of the chart ruler (ruler of the first house).

A Walk Through the Divine Gates

I have a very old reference book on Astrology (it’s three years older than me). According to the Encyclopedia of Astrology (by Nicholas de Vore), two of these four ‘gates’ are significant.

15° Scorpio: The Center of Regeneration; the Eagle point.

15° Aquarius: The Center of Humanity; the Angel point.

For some reason, he skipped the other two, but he did mention that there was a solar eclipse on February 5, 1943 in regards to the Angel point. So let’s look at that, shall we?

I am always heartened when I see a Star in the middle of a chart. But, for our purposes, this doesn’t answer our unstated question: what does it all mean?

The living creatures, living beings, or hayyot (Hebrew חַיּוֹת ḥayyōṯ) are a class of heavenly beings in Jewish mythology. They are described in the prophet Ezekiel’s vision of the heavenly chariot in the first and tenth chapters of the Book of Ezekiel. References to the sacred creatures recur in texts of Second Temple Judaism, in rabbinical merkabah (“chariot”) literature, in the Book of Revelation in the New Testament, and in the Zohar.

According to Jewish and Christian traditions, there are four living creatures, although their description varies by source. The symbolic depiction of the four living creatures in religious art, especially Christian art, is called a tetramorph.


I looked, and I saw a windstorm coming out of the north—an immense cloud with flashing lightning and surrounded by brilliant light. The center of the fire looked like glowing metal, and in the fire was what looked like four living creatures. In appearance their form was human, but each of them had four faces and four wings. Their legs were straight; their feet were like those of a calf and gleamed like burnished bronze. Under their wings on their four sides they had human hands. All four of them had faces and wings, and the wings of one touched the wings of another. Each one went straight ahead; they did not turn as they moved.

10 Their faces looked like this: Each of the four had the face of a human being, and on the right side each had the face of a lion, and on the left the face of an ox; each also had the face of an eagle. 11 Such were their faces. They each had two wings spreading out upward, each wing touching that of the creature on either side; and each had two other wings covering its body. 12 Each one went straight ahead. Wherever the spirit would go, they would go, without turning as they went. 13 The appearance of the living creatures was like burning coals of fire or like torches. Fire moved back and forth among the creatures; it was bright, and lightning flashed out of it. 14 The creatures sped back and forth like flashes of lightning.

15 As I looked at the living creatures, I saw a wheel on the ground beside each creature with its four faces. 16 This was the appearance and structure of the wheels: They sparkled like topaz, and all four looked alike. Each appeared to be made like a wheel intersecting a wheel. 17 As they moved, they would go in any one of the four directions the creatures faced; the wheels did not change direction as the creatures went. 18 Their rims were high and awesome, and all four rims were full of eyes all around.

19 When the living creatures moved, the wheels beside them moved; and when the living creatures rose from the ground, the wheels also rose. 20 Wherever the spirit would go, they would go, and the wheels would rise along with them, because the spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels. 21 When the creatures moved, they also moved; when the creatures stood still, they also stood still; and when the creatures rose from the ground, the wheels rose along with them, because the spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels.

22 Spread out above the heads of the living creatures was what looked something like a vault, sparkling like crystal, and awesome. 23 Under the vault their wings were stretched out one toward the other, and each had two wings covering its body. 24 When the creatures moved, I heard the sound of their wings, like the roar of rushing waters, like the voice of the Almighty, like the tumult of an army. When they stood still, they lowered their wings.

(Ezekiel 1:4-24 NIV)

OK. Are you still with me? Good.

The whole merkaba thing may be a modern UFO, or it could be a description of Astrology (wheels within wheels). The point is that these living creatures are symbols of spiritual avatars.

Can the Gates be Personalized?

I won’t go any further into the Ezekiel testimony here, but the heart of each fixed sign was clearly sacred. These points in the wheel of the year also became significant holidays in many cultures. Using 0˚ Aries as the spring equinox and the beginning of a yearly cycle, we see that the bull’s 15 degree point marks Beltane, usually near May Day. The lion’s gate dates Lughnasa or Lammas, held in early August and marks the Heart of the Lion and the rising of the star Sirius. Eagle’s gate in Scorpio is Samhain (Sow’en) marking the time when we pray for the souls of our dearly departed; when the veil between worlds is thinnest. It marks All Saints’ Day and the Mexican Day of the Dead. Finally, the Angel’s gate at 15 degrees Aquarius marks the holiday of Imbolc which became St. Brigid’s Day and is near to Candlemas (the Feast Day of Mary of the Candles). It also marks Groundhog’s Day, when we talk about the first days of the coming spring.

These were images of great power, benevolent guardians often placed at the entrance to a temple. They were known as beings that introduced a guest to a King or even to a God, so at heart really a gate-keeper. A gate-keeper that somehow had a connection to divinity. I think that connection is found in the chart of astrology and the divinity is the power that is expressed in the planets at these cross-quarter points.

Among the charts of my clients a 15˚ fixed sign placing is above all a huge dose of medicine. It can be too much to handle. It is powerful, and we all have to keep things in check when we have so much power.

I mainly used placements within 1 degree of exact in the examples, so only planets at 14 or 15 on the gate (14+ being one degree and 15+ being the other). I allowed just a few minutes extra in a few charts.


So, to place a cat among the pigeons, I’m going to demonstrate the two ‘gates’ listed by de Vore in my own chart:

Moon in 11th House

You have a strong need for friends who support you in whatever you do and who make you feel better about yourself. You want to be able to trust your friends completely, which sometimes means that you prefer to choose your friends from the people whom you have known a long time and are used to. All your life you may make new friends among the people you know now.

Your moods will have a strong effect on the course of your friendships. Some days you’ll really like someone, but on another day, you’ll feel cool. But be careful not to act inconsistently towards your friends and make them feel confused about your feelings for them. Often this position of the Moon signifies that you prefer to have girls as friends.

The goals you set for your life will be enormously influenced by the attitudes you have learned while you are young. Be very careful not to get too set in your beliefs, because that could prevent you from taking advantage of opportunities when you are older. As you get older, you will have to make a special effort to adapt your beliefs and ideals to new experiences. Otherwise you will be an adult with the beliefs and ideals of a child.

Jupiter in the 2nd House

You are likely to collect material possessions beyond your practical needs, because they signify security and protection to you. And the more insecure you feel, the more extreme this trait will become. But if you feel secure and confident about yourself, this will not be so much of a problem, and in fact, you will share your possessions with others and give generously to those who need it.

You will arrange to get whatever will give you the most opportunities to live more elegantly and to expand the world in which you live. When you are older you may work to earn a lot of money so that you can travel and get to know a great many people in as many different places as possible. On the other hand, you may spend money recklessly to get what you want for some particular purpose, since the only value of money, to you, is what you can do with it. All you can count on with this placement is that however you handle your money, you will do it in a big way. Everything you buy has to be large and elegant. Particularly while you are young, your purchases may be quite tasteless and a waste of money, but as you get older your taste and discretion in buying will improve.


Going back to the Lords of Karma concept, it seems to me that only when the planets are actually at the Divine Gates is the reincarnating individual allowed to break on through to the other side. In my life, the emotional and financial difficulties were finally overcome, but I had to go through a great deal of shit to get there. And that seems to be the individual lessons we can all learn, eventually.

One Post Script

Remember that 1943 solar eclipse chart? When compared with my birth chart, Mercury @ 24° Capricorn is repeated in it. Is this significant to my present transit of Pluto there?


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Was This Grand Master a Reincarnation of Jesus?

Jacques de Molay (executed on March 11, 1314)

It seems a strange theory, but one supported by the Masons. However, we don’t know Jacques de Molay‘s birth date, so I cannot prove his karmic lineage that way. Needless to say, it’s an intriguing idea.

Needless to say, Mars had to figure in his execution, so I think the building of his funeral pyre @ 6 pm local time will be fairly accurate. There are four inconjuncts, with three of them forming a double Yod pointing at the Jupiter/Midheaven conjunction. The Mars/Saturn inconjunct would represent the execution order from Philip IV of France after two of the Knights Templar recanted their confessions.

But Is There Any Way to Prove His Connection to Jesus?

As you know, I attempted to explain Titus‘ “Messiah” role as a reincarnation of Jesus. So, what I’m going to suggest is that we start with Jesus’ death by execution, and Titus’ death as Emperor, and compare them to de Molay’s execution by fire. Here’s what that comparison shows:

Like a bit of sleight of hand, the magic of astrology does show a couple of significant link-ups.

Jesus’ fatal South Node is conjunct Titus’ fatal Ascendant and about 4° from de Molay’s fatal Neptune. However, the stronger connection seems to be between de Molay’s fatal South Node and Jesus’ fatal Pluto. At the same time, de Molay’s fatal Moon is conjunct Jesus’ fatal Neptune, while Jesus’ fatal Part of Fortune is reflected in Titus’ fatal Pluto and de Molay’s fatal Venus. Jesus’ fatal Sun is conjunct de Molay’s fatal Mercury, while de Molay’s fatal Uranus is conjunct Titus’ fatal Jupiter. Finally, de Molay’s fatal North Node is about 2° from Jesus’ fatal Saturn, and about 4° from Titus’ fatal Moon and Jesus’ fatal North Node. Is that enough proof of karmic connections between these three individuals?

This painting purports to show a scene from the time de Molay ‘conquered’ Jerusalem in 1299. Evidently, it’s fake news. But the interesting echo is provided by Jesus ‘prophecy’ of Titus’ destruction of the Temple there. Hmm.

The Island of the Jews

Is it significant that this is where de Molay was executed?

The present-day site of his execution
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Who Exactly are the Lords of Karma?

According to the Secret Doctrine:

Mystically, these Divine Beings are connected with Karma, the Law of Retribution, for they are the Recorders or Annalists who impress on the (to us) invisible tablets of the Astral Light “the great picture-gallery of eternity” — a faithful record of every act, and even thought, of man, of all that was, is, or ever will be, in the phenomenal Universe. As said in “Isis,” (I:343), this divine and unseen canvas is the BOOK OF LIFE. . . . The Lipika . . . project into objectivity from the passive Universal Mind the ideal plan of the universe, upon which the “Builders” reconstruct the Kosmos after every Pralaya. . . .

(SD I:104)

I’m asking this question because we seem to think that they are connected to the concept of reincarnation, as a consequence of the Law of Karma.

It allows the idea to take hold in us that we are living through the results of previous life choices. This may be true, but because we ‘forget’ what we did before, we seem to be suffering because of ‘blind’ chance (which could be code for a divine law).

Are There Universal Laws?

Throughout my posts over the years, I have tried to impart these ‘laws’ as practical spiritual truths. But that tends to fall on ‘deaf ears’. We like to think that we’re good people waiting on our judgement day.

The same four creatures are repeated on The World Tarot card. That cannot be an accident, can it?

Celestial beings who are the recorders of karmic actions, hence often called the “Lords of Karma.” The word comes from the Sanskrit root lip meaning “write, anoint, smear, etc.”

Lords of Karma: Theosophy

These Creatures are Connected to Astrology (I Kid You Not):


“The head and horns of a bull; the sacred Apis in whom the god Osiris was incarnate; a sepulchre or tomb. Taurus represents the manifestations of the Self, hence his basic possessions, and inherited tendencies.”


“Leo exemplifies the principle of cosmic splendor; wherein character defects due to planets in Leo persist through long periods, and good qualities from planets favorably aspecting the Sign are never lost.”


“The legs and tail of a scorpion [the eagle in higher energies]: the tail with the sting, the serpent. The alembic of the Zodiac, the sign of cosmic purpose, Scorpio is a success Sign. Self-contained, self-centered, and concentrated, it usually succeeds in what it sets out to accomplish; great personal magnetism and healing power.”


“Waves, of water, or the vibrationary waves of electricity; parallel lines of force. The humanitarian principle coordinating spirit and matter, that prompts all acts of unselfish love; that sees, feels, and acts for others as though all were one Self.”

In Effect, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Is that any clearer?

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In an Age when Women were Expected to Stay Home…

Nellie Bly went Round the World in 72 Days (January 25, 1890)

Elizabeth Jane Cochran (May 5, 1864 – January 27, 1922)

Yes, you can blame my calendar page for this one:

On this day in 1890, after 72 days, American journalist Nellie Bly completes her trip around the world.

What on earth would make her want to even attempt such a thing? I decided that Jupiter in her chart at age 25-and-a-half would be the trigger, so I rectified her birth time to 5:00 am. There are two Yods.

Sun Inconjunct Saturn

You will have to learn the difference between having self-control and discipline, on the one hand, and totally denying yourself any self-expression, on the other. This aspect can mean that you feel extremely unworthy, which undermines your self-confidence and makes it hard to face obstacles in life with confidence and determination.

Sometimes you may be afraid to get the freedom to do what you want, for the rigid structure and rules that you are forced to live under seem to give you a feeling of security. At the same time, however, part of you does want to be free.

Venus Inconjunct Jupiter

This can be a positive aspect if you learn to control some of its negative possibilities. You are likely to lack energy and to be rather passive. You may wait for opportunities to come to you, rather than go after them. You may not have enough energy to pursue your ambitions, or you may not have much ambition. Or you may love your comfort so much that you are unwilling to make any effort or put up with any pain that could help you grow and develop. However, if there are any indications of energy in your chart, they should overcome the passivity.

Mars Inconjunct Saturn

This can be a difficult aspect because it signifies a conflict between your sense of responsibility and your desire to fulfill your own needs and do what you want. This leads to a struggle within you that may keep you from acting decisively. Instead of deciding what you will do, you feel caught between these two forces, wondering whether you have the right to do what you want. You may feel that others are trying to frustrate you, but it is only your own indecisiveness that is causing the problem. Sometimes this conflict makes you very irritable and resentful about nothing in particular. Then, when someone happens to act in a way that is obviously annoying, you focus all your built-up anger on that person.

Jupiter Inconjunct Uranus

With this aspect, especially if either of the planets is in conjunction or opposition with the Ascendant or Midheaven, you may be unable to decide whether you should act alone in total freedom or with others in group or social situations. Also you may not trust any ideas, values or concepts that you share with the people around you. For example, you may feel that instead of believing something that others believe, you have to establish your own ideas and values. You may try to be a nonconformist simply for its own sake, which obviously is a waste. The validity of an idea is totally independent of how many people believe it, and it is as bad to automatically reject what others believe as to accept it blindly.

Saturn Inconjunct Pluto

Even under favorable circumstances, this aspect usually means that you are resistant to change, that you hold on to any situation, no matter how bad, until it is totally intolerable. Then when change does take place, it has to create a revolution and a total breakdown of everything that came before it. You must learn to adapt to circumstances a bit more gracefully and not be afraid of occasional compromise.

This aspect usually means that you are tough and can contend with a great deal of adversity, but don’t develop an attitude that makes adversity inevitable.

You may find it difficult to get along with others, because you are unnecessarily afraid of what they want from you. Learn to associate only with people whom you can trust.

(There, have your unspoken questions been answered? I thought so.)

What about the Round the World Tour?

Well, I thought you’d never ask. To answer your question, let’s compare the start and end of the trip (which have excellent time codes, based on exact times) with Nellie’s birth chart. No surprises, here.

Do you see what I see? Destiny: Nellie’s natal North Node (conjunct Descendant) is conjunct the Start’s Mercury and the End’s Mars. She broke on through to the liberation of her species. End of…

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Spy Film: It’s the Little Things that Matter

A Call To Spy (2019)

I watched this film of Netflix last night. I wasn’t sure what I expected, since most spy films are way too glamourized to be believed. So, you can imagine my surprise to see how understated and nuanced the performances were, and how accurate the details, right down to Noor‘s famous last word: “Liberté.”

Here’s a preview:

My interest of course was in how they treated Noor. Here’s some true information about her:

Sweet, sweet girl…

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Sometimes, a Hunch is More than a Hunch

Is Rupert Spira the Second Coming of Jesus Christ?

This is going to sound weird, but it was that little *ping* that went off when I saw that Rupert Spira’s Uranus was @ 17° Leo 40′. A-ha.

It’s exactly opposite Jesus’ natal position of Mars @ 17° Aquarius 36′. So I decided to look at their karmic relationship, based on comparing Rupert’s birth chart with Jesus’ birth and death charts.

What makes this interesting is that Rupert’s Mars is within 3° of Jesus’ natal Mars, too. Rupert’s Mercury is conjunct Jesus’ natal Saturn, and Rupert’s Part of Fortune is conjunct Jesus’ natal Uranus.

The ‘fatal’ positions in Jesus’ death chart bring even more connections: Rupert’s Venus is conjunct Jesus’ ‘fatal’ Venus; Rupert’s (randomized) Ascendant is conjunct Jesus’ ‘fatal’ Ascendant; and Rupert’s Sun/South Node conjunction is linked to Jesus’ ‘fatal’ Jupiter. They are cosmically connected, perhaps through the oversoul of the Christ.

Let’s Allow Rupert to Speak His Own Truth:




Any questions?

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Shaped by the Potter’s Wheel

Rupert Spira (March 13, 1960)

This man looks familiar, although I’d never heard of him before yesterday. The title is inspired by his love of all things pottery. I suspect he’s approve of my use of the metaphor that we are all just lumps of clay in the hands of a spiritual potter. Rupert Spira must surely understand the ‘spiral’ of time.

This time is totally randomized. The positions of Mars and Venus may represent the bookends of the two years he studied pottery making (ages 20 and 22). It implies that the timing ‘might’ be correct.

There are three inconjuncts, two of which form a Yod (Finger of God) pointing to Uranus @ 17° Leo 40′. Hmm.

Moon Inconjunct Venus (may not apply)

You need to be loved, even more than most people, particularly by your mother or another woman who takes the place of your mother. This need for love will be the force behind many of your actions. If you don’t find the love you are looking for, you will develop an insecure hunger for love from everyone you meet. However, you may express this in very strange ways, such as a desire for food, especially sweets, which unconsciously represent love to you.

Mercury Inconjunct Uranus (definitely)

Your mind moves quickly from topic to topic, often without pausing long enough for you to understand what you have learned. And if there is a lot of excitement or activity around you, your mind may race so fast to keep up with it all that you work yourself into a state of nervous frenzy. Under these circumstances it is almost impossible for you to concentrate or do any useful work.

On the other hand, you are quite inventive. You can see solutions to problems quicker than most, and you may be good at designing. Model building and other activities that develop your design sense and ability to see in three dimensions would be very useful. Also these exercises would help you learn to concentrate.

Saturn Inconjunct Uranus (for sure)

This aspect indicates a serious tension in your life between freedom and restriction. Many people have this conflict, but in your case the tensions may be so severe that you express them physically as muscle tension and possibly nervousness. You feel that somehow you must keep everything in your life under tight control, that if you let go, the whole structure will fall apart. In a very real and direct sense, you must learn to relax.


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“If I Die, I Die: I’m Not Going to be Controlled.”

Meat Loaf (September 27, 1947 – January 20, 2022)


Whether or not he died from COVID-19 complications is to underestimate the effect this ‘bat out of hell’ had on the world while he lived. Meat Loaf was one of a kind.

Some astrology sites claim this is a quoted birth time, some others say his birth time is unknown. It looks to me that the chart is rectified to his being in Dallas (and meeting JFK) on the day of the President’s assassination at age 16 (Mars). But that’s neither here nor there. There are two inconjuncts with neither of them being dependent on a correct birth time.

Sun Inconjunct Moon

This aspect suggests that there is a subtle conflict going on inside you that may sometimes create emotional problems. The Sun signifies your conscious personality, the way in which you act and the kinds of activities that you like to get involved in. The Moon signifies the emotional and less conscious side of you. It indicates the habits that take over when you are not acting consciously and feelings that come up from deep inside you. The inconjunct aspect between the Sun and Moon means that the Sun part of your personality is quite different from the Moon part, and it may be hard for you to relate them to each other. It is as if you are divided in two, so that whenever you have to make an important decision, especially one that involves your feelings, the different sides of your personality want to go in opposite directions. You sometimes find it difficult to decide if you like something or if you want to take part in some activity.

Jupiter Inconjunct Uranus

You will always need freedom, but you will also discover that what you do with your life will have meaning only if it means something to others, This is not an artificial rule but a truth that you will discover within yourself.When you do, you may become heavily involved in some social movement that advocates unusual ideas or ways of thinking. When you are an adult, you may join a movement for social reform or change. However, even in a group that embodies your own thinking, you will find it hard to adjust to the group’s demands on your own time and freedom.Consequently you will probably leave that group and join another, until that one also becomes oppressive.

So, What About His Being an Eyewitness to History?

Hmm. Rest in peace, Meat…

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The Astrological Portrait of a Vietnamese Monk

Thich Nhat Hanh (October 11, 1926 – January 22, 2022)

We tend to revere our Godmen. Somehow, they seem bigger and better than the rest of us. But they’re only human, after all. And some are even humble, as Thich Nhat Hanh was his whole life.

Thay’s birth time is unknown. Most astrology sites then settle on 12 noon for his birth chart. I got the impression that his becoming a monk at age 16 would be symbolized by Mars @ 18° Taurus 24′. (It makes him a spiritual ‘soldier’ here on earth.) I was surprised to see three inconjuncts, none of which are dependent on the correct time of birth.

Courtesy of Plum Village

Sun Inconjunct Mars

You have a rather strong will, which may be difficult to control. This is because your way of doing something tends to interfere with what you want to gain by doing it. Your actions in some situations may surprise people by contradicting what they have learned about you as a person. Inside of yourself, you may even begin to feel that you can’t approve of the way you act, or you may feel that you can’t deal comfortably with the results of your actions. In other words, you get yourself into real jams.

The only real cure for these problems is to think before you act. Most of them come about because you act impulsively and hastily or out of anger and frustration. Such actions will usually work against you, not because those impulses are wrong, but because they don’t work out as you expect. Your angry style is different from your usual style of acting, when you are more in control of yourself.

Jupiter Inconjunct Pluto

You have a great deal of creative power, and the major challenge of your life will be learning how to handle it. First of all, you must realize that you will get the most out of life if you direct your energies toward helping the people around you and those you love. You will want to change many conditions in the world, which is fine as long as your reasons are not purely selfish ones.

Uranus Inconjunct Neptune (1924-1927)

This aspect indicates a generation that had mixed feelings about its ideals and how to implement them. They often felt very confused about their ideals, and when they found that their ideals failed because they were badly formulated, this group became disillusioned. States of consciousness beyond the ordinary are very confusing to them, and they prefer not to get involved with such matters.


This man found that the answers to all his questions came from within himself. These inconjuncts are the proof. The lesson for all of us is to seek to know our own ‘true’ selves.


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