Today’s Play: Aries Stellium With Pluto In Capricorn

aries stelliumThis is today’s sky. As you can see, we still have all the Aries but at this point the moon is conjunct Venus, setting off the Venus Pluto square.

This makes it more likely a person act on their emotion but it’s also a perfect set-up for emotional eruptions that may lead to collapse or some kind of permanent cutting off.  Still, you can benefit.

Courage and boundaries are key at this time.  Not just boundaries between yourself and others. Opting to mind the limits and keep the commitments you set for yourself will be empowering.

I also note the Mars Jupiter conjunction in Aries. If that’s not free will, I don’t know what is.

If you think you can’t do something, this is a good day to ask yourself if “can’t” actually means, “won’t”.   Pluto in Capricorn is formidable but that’s a lot of Fire power up there so what do you want? What do you really, really want?

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  1. Happened to me as my neighbor accuses me of “taking offense at everything he says” hurled over his shoulder while storming down my driveway. I guess he wanted to mow my grass right at that minute to “help’l me but i wanted to wait until another day.
    Something clicked today though, and I decided to disengage completely. I’m not going to argue or attempt to fix the relationship this time. It’s very toxic and not worth the mental scrubbing I need after most encounters. I guess I’m finally not willing to tolerate the mean-spirited drama this person creates. What a week…thanks for the heads up Elsa!

    • Well done Moaner, these neighbours who claim to be benevolent, can become drama addicted nuisances: – often creating stories in their own mind, regarding their place in your life.

  2. I had a neighbour who pulled out myfence palings and tried to pretend the other neighbour did it…and there were ‘other’ things too. He never offered to help.
    I will happily swap neighbours.
    Can’t offer you much sympathy therefore.

  3. I’m considering whistle-blowing some of the behind the scenes of the things going on in my job. We have a mandatory meeting with the highest person in charge.

    My management staff has been walking around eggshells around me because they see I’m very pissed off.

    I have Natal mars/Mercury in the 10th house (opposite Neptune in the 4th) which is trine Pluto in the 2nd. At this point, I feel like a walking knife waiting to slice.

    • Have you got some one to support and advise you through this process, Emma? Like a union rep. I look at that Neptune in the first. Does this relate to something in your childhood?

      If your cause is just you Should win.

      Sadly, there have been many times when that hasn’t happened.

      But there is Change in the wind!

      • I’m going to ask around if there’s going to be a union rep present at the meeting.

        I have to be really careful because my management team monitors us a lot and they have friends among our staff who would report back to them.

        I have an opportunity to talk to some of my coworkers who I trust whose very knowledgeable about the union and I’ll ask them for help in regards to this matter.

        Most of my coworkers, the older ones don’t want to make waves before they retire and for the younger ones, this is just a stepping stone or a bridge before they move on.

        Because of the pandemic, most folks just would rather leave quietly. I’m considering leaving ‘quietly’ too.

        But I’ve already been subjected to extra scrutiny and other means of possible retailiation at work, so I figure might as well speak my mind.

        But as a Mercury/mars with Neptune, sometimes it’s cause my own undoing. Thanks so much for the reminder about asking about the union rep.

  4. Have you got some one to support and advise you through this process, Emma? Like a union rep. I look at that Neptune in the first. Does this relate to something in your childhood?

    If your cause is just you Should win.

    Sadly, there have been many times when that hasn’t happened.

    But there is Change in the wind!

      • I had an abusive father with Neptune in the fourth. There wasn’t an alcohol addiction but people often assumed he was one. My mother often neglected to take care of us because she was taking care of him.

        I’m working in an army daycare. Over the years there has been lots of EEOC issues at my workplace. I’m not sure I can prove discrimination and nespotism and if the claims would actually be enough.

        That I understand, the issues that we have are extremely common. But I just think it’s a disservice to the children we take care of, the parents that are serving the country, and to my coworkers who genuinely care about the children.

        Time and time we told our management team, we were overworked and exhausted. But we are given more work, less time to do it and the means of support is just extra scrutiny who chose to say it.

        Tying it back into my childhood, speaking up about the abuse never removed me from the situation actually.
        My father also use to hit me in the head or along the arms and I always wore long sleeves so the wounds were really visible. Part of me just wants to change the situation at work, make it better but honestly I do believe some of my coworkers that say that reporting it would just make it worse or change absolutely nothing.

        So maybe that’s the lesson there. Leave the situation and let other people fight their own battles/wars. Take care of you, be your own mother/father. That’s where your power lies.

  5. I am so sorry you had that experience as a child, Emma.

    I also understand why you care for children now and want to do something
    about the situation.

    It has to be your choice.

    I am not sure what country you are in and what other Orgs. might be able to give guidance.Eg.A Fair Work Commission.

    I wish you well whatever happens next.

    • Thanks so much Dianne. I’m still grappling with the decision. I think I was led to work with children to help out with children who went through similar situations like my own.
      Thank you for the kind words and advice!!! ❤️❤️❤️

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