BeBe (May 24, 2008)
I have a fairly easy relationship with my dog. She tells me what she wants, and I do it. She’s quietly assertive in other ways, too. When we go for a walk, she leads the way, or tries to deviate from the path.
Again her birth details are sketchy, at best. I think she was born in Barrie, Ontario. I have set the clock for noon again, just to see what stands out, when compared to her personality. The Yods speak volumes.
Moon Inconjunct Mercury (probable)
As you grow older, you will have to learn to make your feelings and your reason work together. The problem is not so much that they come into conflict with each other, but that your reason and feelings represent two very different sides of your personality. When you are calm and collected and able to reflect carefully, you make decisions in one way. But when you are emotionally involved in a situation, you are likely to make up your mind very differently, which could cause you to seem inconsistent to others and make it difficult for them to understand you. (She is curious about other dogs, and then barks when they seem too close to her.)
Moon Inconjunct Ascendant (maybe)
This aspect ties together in you a Moon sign and a rising sign that are very different. This indicates that the image you project to others does not reveal very much about your real feelings. When you are upset, you surprise people by showing a totally different side of your personality. If you read the description of your Ascendant sign and your Moon sign, you will see the difference between these two aspects of yourself. (She has been known to bite the hand of someone trying to rub her head.)
Mercury Inconjunct Jupiter (definite)
You like to think big, and you have great ambitions, but you don’t always make sure that your thinking is clear or careful. Don’t try to take on more than you can handle and make sure not to overlook details, for that could hurt what you are trying to do. (Taking on dogs that are a lot bigger comes to mind.)
Venus Inconjunct Pluto (for sure)
(Like Kaiya) this aspect may mean that you are very possessive and demanding of your loved ones.
Jupiter Inconjunct Ascendant (possible)
With this aspect, you may discover that in order to grow and get ahead in life, you will have to put aside your own needs and do whatever the situation or other people require. At times you will go through tremendous and possibly painful creative changes in your life, in which everything that you are is replaced by a new order. Your environment may change radically, or you may lose all your old friends and find a whole set of new ones. (She came to live with us in 2014, and her whole world changed.)
Uranus Inconjunct Ascendant (also likely)
Your need for freedom may interfere with your close relationships. When you are with others, even those you like, you feel very restless but you can’t get up and leave because you want to be with them. This is typical of the ambiguity that comes from this transit. Certainly, the more others try to restrict your freedom of movement, the more you try to get away. (When she’s snooping around our back garden, she is totally in her own world.)
I used to think that her ‘two-minds’ personality was just down to her being born under the influence of Gemini. Now I understand the ‘bigger’ picture, it makes me think that her dog’s purpose this time around was to recreate a past-life situation (South Node conjunct Ascendant, North Node conjunct Neptune on the Descendant). She truly may have been my dog from 1955: Columbus.