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This eclipse cycle is a real doozy for me - others as well?

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For me, the actual weekend was calm, Thursday and Friday were definitely not. Unfortunately, there was a lot of violence and drama.

Some did not experience this, a friend's relative's wedding took place and another one had a patron meetup that went well.

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I was drugged by my brother in law while visiting my sister and her family. I saw the eclipse while experiencing the hallucinations on the drive back from their house 500 miles from my home. He said it was an accident with edibles but this was more than weed. Still trying to figure out this betrayal.

 

I think I remember something about cardinal planets around 24 degrees being affected by the Saturn Uranus square and I have Aries sun at 24. Not sure if this could have manifested in that way  

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@rapunzelsoldierfish That’s utterly horrible I’m so sorry. That is absolutely a deep betrayal.

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Mercury retro set the stage and this has been making me quite frantic messing up everything in my 7th house (Mars, mainly).

Yesterday, I self-diagnosed Multiple Sclerosis (been extremely "sick" since my 2nd covid jab in August last year, been vaguely unwell since about 2109). The eclipse fell on my Asc/Desc axis on the Scorpio side. On the Taurus side (Desc), there sits that "evil" star Algol. I always seem to be posting about Algol, probably because it affects me so strongly and so relentlessly. It stands for severe illness as well as decapitation and all the rest. I am stuck at home because my car conked out a while ago, so I can't get to the doc to confirm the diagnosis and fuel restrictions are looming etc. All of my friends but one have emigrated.

BTW that eclipse took place opposite Algol, in case anyone else cares about this and is wondering where that extra "bite" came from.

It was almost a relief when I finally worked out what has been so drastically wrong with me for so very long - right now I often shuffle instead of walking, and vertigo knocks me over if there isn't a convenient wall or piece of furniture near me that I can quickly grab. I thought it was all about covid jab side-effects, har har har!

ALMOST a relief. Statistically, it will shorten my life by 7-10 years, ie. I could kick the bucket like tomorrow because I'll be 77 in August.

My son has the opposite Asc/Desc axis, his Asc is in Taurus so the eclipse was there for him. He is frantic but managing to hold things together.

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@irmi1969 

Let's hope it's something less serious, perhaps Vestibular Disorder? https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/vestibular-balance-disorder

 

 

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@warped Thank you! heart

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@irmi1969 I'm sorry you're not feeling well.  MS is not that common. I hope you don't have it!

Doctors thought I had it. I was sent for an MRI to confirm and I had no lesions at all, not even "age appropriate". We've been in a foggy period. You just want to verify a Dx like this. Unfortunately, we wind up on various meds as we age. A lot of them have serious side affects or interfere with each other. You wind up with symptoms that are hard to Dx. I hope this unravels for you soon.

 

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@elsa Thank you, Elsa! Not having MS would be first prize!

BTW, I should have said that I've been a bit unwell since about 2019.

The only med I'm on is Eltroxin, been on it since 2007, it's for sub-clinical thyroid functions and without it I'm almost a zombie.

I have MANY more problems than the ones I mentioned, like weak muscles, not being able to say a word that's on the tip of my tongue, bad memory and inability to think straight at the end of the day. All of them COULD be age-related, which makes things more confusing. Oh, and my handwriting has gone all angular and weird and tiny.

I actually sorted out the vertigo for myself after googling it a while ago: there IS something iffy about my inner ear and staying hydrated helps me control the vertigo. So I take small sips of water often. The only time I still feel a bit giddy (NOT dizzy) is when I forget to sip. And it's winter here now, and the vertigo is not as bad, maybe because of less pollen being around or something. sf laugh heart Leo smiley  

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@elsa PS I'm glad to hear YOU don't have MS...

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