Saturn in Scorpio
I asked people if they felt they wrote their own ticket in life and got really interesting responses. I think this is a cool question.
It seems it is much easier to write yourself a bad ticket then it is to do otherwise. For example, if you don’t study in school, you’ll become a dumb ass. You’ll have written your own ticket.
If you disrespect or mistreat your lover or your spouse, you’ll lose them – you’ll have written your own ticket.
In contrast, if you work really hard, if you strive and so forth, you still might have limited success, even if you’re a major talent. Look at Van Gogh, for example.
It seems that the negative is more likely to be guaranteed than the positive. Someone can be a good, honest person – get framed for a crime they did not commit, be convicted and imprisoned for life! This storyline, more or less extreme, is not uncommon.
I’m thinking about this because with Saturn in Scorpio, I see people writing drastic tickets (Pluto), impulsively (Uranus), that will cost them for many years, if not the rest of their life.
Based on this, I think this is a good time to ask yourself, just exactly what you think you are doing and why.
The ticket you’re filling in right now. What’s it look like?
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