Time flies! My progressed chart will look like this by the end of the year. That’s what I call a stellium in Scorpio! I am going to update this post in blue.
I first saw this coming in 2018. Knowing where you’re headed is a real advantage. With Mercury and Venus set to leave Libra, I was thinking, bye bye, codependence! This has occurred.
With all those planets in one house and one sign, “specialist” may not be a strong enough word. Thank God for Mars in Scorpio. I should be an effective helper with the stamina to make it through some type of Fixed daily routine. I’m proud of this one. I forgot I wrote this but I can tell you, I am a firm, controlled schedule at this time, which is not at all like me. I read it right, that’s all.
It definitely looks like I’ll be consulting and writing. But with this level of concentration, I think there will be more to do. Like caregiving, for example. It looks like much of what I do will be covert in some way. All of this is correct as well.
I can’t say I was happy when I saw this but I do have a packed 8th house, natally. It’s not like this type stuff is unknown to me. My thoughts here are along the lines of noting the elegance of life.
This chart made me think about, Doug Bennett. He’s a (dead) double Scorpio with Venus and Mars in Virgo. You can see why I thought of him. He’s the man who wrote a song about working in a dirty grave. It makes me laugh just to read that. You either get it or you don’t.
Doug Bennett’s band, Doug And The Slugs, was one of my all-time favorites. From the instant I heard them I was sold. The lyrics, deep, insightful, creative, original, clever and funny. Now I think it’s funny that four decades later, I’m Doug!
Note that my Progressed Jupiter in Aquarius squares the Scorpio. That might be a problem for some but not for me. How about, crazy perspective on my angst? That’s a good premise, right there.
Today, I note that Pluto in Aquarius is going to hit me quite hard, if you happen to believe transits to Progressed charts are valid. It’s unfathomable, really. Freakishly deep and hidden. Basically, the carpet does not match the drapes.
Here is one of Doug’s masterpieces. He’s Canadian, by the way.
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