Tagged: Transits

Moon in Scorpio: 1000 Ways to Die on Spike TV

Spike TV has unveiled a new series bluntly named 1000 Ways To Die, showing a couple ways every week ranging from the quick and dirty to the silent but deadly.  As graphic as it is, this show pulls my morbidly curious Saturn-Mars conjunction in Scorpio to see what happens, and the fact that each different way to die is preceded by a time, place and person – perfect for the execution of a fateful transit.

The show does not put them into any specific order, so the numbers will be random, it appears as if Spike plans to air all 1000 ways to die.  The evening I first caught this show, I witnessed Way to Die #629… “Sex Ray”

 WARNING:

 

The content displayed here is very graphic and must not be attempted by anyone.  If you try anything you see here, YOU WILL DIE

Once the torrent is done, I’ll put up the charts and examine to see if there is a relationship between the dates, events and the transits – Like a deathly Horary question asking “How Will I Die?”  Here is a snippet of one of these episodes:

http://www.spike.com/video/sneak-peek-sex-ray/3114816

Transits coming soon…

Pink’s Saturn Return in the Local News

 From the Metro News in Toronto today:

Pink (born September 8, 1979) is waiting for her birthday next year to seek clarity in her own life, and she has speculated that this will come about via her Saturn Return. Your Saturn return is the same as your birthday, but instead of being the time when the Sun comes back to where it was when you were born, Saturn’s orbit takes 28-30 years, so this will mark Pink’s first ‘Saturn Birthday’.

It is not often that we see celebrities openly using practical astrology, especially in the media, as the Saturn birthday is as much of an important stepping stone in life as ones own regular birthday.  Solar returns give much insight into the year to come, but the Saturn returns launches you over the threshold to adulthood, from where you meet the limits of time, maturity and death.

It is commonly accepted that one does not reach adulthood until the age of 30, and Saturn signifies maturity, structure, and limits – a threshold once passed, adults must face these turning points of life, or be doomed to repeat the lessons first met at 28 years at the second Saturn Return.  This usually occurs around ones mid-life crisis. Liz Greene is one of the most knowledgeable authors on the topic of Saturn, and has written the book Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil.  A must read for anyone approaching or mystified by this event.

28-30 is the coming of age in the astrological world, and there is no better planet which teaches us this lesson than Saturn.  Pink’s Saturn is amidst a huge Virgo stellium

Pinks Natal Chart (time unknown) with transits for her Saturn Return Next Year in September 2009

Pink's Natal Chart (time unknown) with transits for her Saturn Return Next Year in September 2009

 

Exactly squaring her natal Neptune at 17° Sagittarius (currently her Neptune is being squared by transitting rebellious and disrupting Uranus in Pisces).  So we may see a more mature, sophisticated and potentially reserved Pink come next year.  Uranus in Pisces is not only squaring Neptune, but it is also opposing that entire Virgo stellium, looking directly at her Saturn and challenging it.  Pink may face many problems in the following year concerning Virgonian (mercury-ruled sorting, cleaning, nutrition, cleanliness, education, legal matters, business) and Piscean (jupiter-ruled belief, knowledge) and her stellium will only complicate matters further.  There may be some more rebellion against the musical status quo, but once Pink has completed the reuturn, which will probably en once Saturn leaves Virgo for Libra – if Pink is prepared, she will surely change her outlook and perspective at this juncture and reap Saturn’s rewards.