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Today on a special Wednesday edition of “Conquer The Universe With Astrology”: Jupiter enters Taurus. How will affect you in the coming year? PLUS: It’s Solar Eclipse Day! How will this affect you personally?
Capricorn: you guys are going to get stiffed in the empathy-from-others department. Again.
Yes, that eclipse wasn’t a lot of fun for any of us, but I think it’s going to be a little less fun for you than for others.
Among all the heavy-duty planets involved in the eclipse, it’s easy to overlook that Mercury has entered Cancer… your opposite sign. That means an emphasis on communications with your partner(s) in life. And on top of that eclipse energy? That (might) mean just one thing when it comes to your conversations with loved ones. So, naturally, verbally-induced disappointments are likely to be more frequent than usual for the next while.
This makes me a little sad, because I’ve always thought Capricorns were cute little things, like goats at the petting zoo. People generally agree with this assessment at first, until someone mentions bringing a goat home as a pet.
Seriously, though: I love you guys. Your just a sensitive as your opposite, Cancer, but manage to function in a dignified, orderly way… or at least you maintain the appearance of it, which is almost as good. On the inside, though? You’re as messy as the rest of us… maybe a little more, because being a Capricorn is a little like being born wearing a pinstriped suit. You have the same needs as everyone else, but based on appearances, everyone assumes you showed up knowing how to change your own diaper. Efficiently.
Come to think of it, a lot of you out there look like you’ve got it together on the outside a lot better than you do on the inside. And that of course, is why I’m here.
- Paula was being critical of the critical of the show in January. Or perhaps she wasn’t. She was pretty evasive about her accusing Simon Cowell of defamation, among other things when later questioned on the matter, and changed the subject to something else entirely.
- Rumors started floating around that Paula might be getting her own talk show this year. Nothing solid has surfaced yet, but these things take time to develop.
- Neptune and Jupiter (to a lesser extent) are trine her natal Sun while passing through her natal 5th House, and Uranus is squaring it from her Sixth House. Translation: “I feel really good about myself, except I’m not getting enough recognition at work.”
- Her secondary progressed Sun is being conjuncted by the transiting Sun. Translation: “Look at me! Look at me!”
Based on the assumption that the December 8/61 birth date is correct, here’s what’s hitting for Ann:
The September 11th eclipse point is squaring her Natal Sun and Mars, transiting mars is opposing the Sun/Mars conjunction, and Pluto is conjuncting the natal moon. If we had a confirmed time of birth, we could determine the house rulerships involved. Although I haven’t done a proper rectification for her chart, offhand I’m thinking she was born around 8 or 9 in the morning. Capricorn rising suits her cheekbones, and Saturn in Capricorn in the first suits her not-so-warm and fuzzy style. What’s even more interesting is that a birth around that time would put her Midheaven in Scorpio, which is traditionally ruled by Mars.
…And today her new book, If Democrats Had Any Brains They’d Be Republicans, hits the shelves. I have a strong suspicion that it isn’t going to sell like hotcakes as her stuff usually does.
I know what you’re thinking: I’m probably just making decisions based on silly emotional thinking. Just like a woman… particularly, a single woman, who Ann has pointed out recently can’t be trusted with something as important as voting.
Sure… I get laughed at for trying to predict the future, and Ann Coulter makes money off of trying to revive the caveman days. There just ain’t no justice…
In (I swear!) completely unrelated news from TMZ.com, Britney is following the classic “I’m feelin’ lucky!” approach to her current lack of a driver’s license. In this case, I criticise because I’m a Sagittarius, and I’ve tried this approach myself. You’d be surprised how often it works: ask any Sagittarius, like (for example) multiple-Sag George Armstrong Custer, who was such a lucky guy he could get away with ignoring his scouts whenever he was “feeling lucky.”
It’s a strategy that only failed him once. Overall, that’s pretty good odds.
In the meantime, Technorati told me to do this: Technorati Profile so I’m doing it. No sense in pushing my luck…
UPDATE: The big news today is Britney losing custody of her kids. However, according to her lawyer, this is because of the driver’s licence issue. So, as far as reasons to have the courts take your kids away, this one is pretty minor and reasonable. Or so it seems. Whew.