A transit I neglected to mention in this morning’s blog post:
Mercury in Capricorn sextile Chiron in Pisces.
It’s worth mentioning (even though this transit has passed) because Chiron needs all the help he can get 😉
And I’m not sure I can educate you anything special this morning on the nature of Chiron except that you should remember both sides.
An example: Chiron is edging closer to my 7th House cusp and some interpretations that I read will emphasize the hurt Chiron. Others will emphasize the healing Chiron. Will there be wisdom? Will there be partnership? That’s what I want to know. It probably will be both.
Where we have Chiron, natal and by transit, is where we feel most fragile, vulnerable, noli me tangere. So when a sextile comes along? There’s an opportunity.
On a related note: a gal on the message board is sick and tired of Pluto through her 4th House. I get that. I’m at the END (Baruch Hashem) of this transit. It can be total wipe-out of family, home, or a bring-you-to-your-knees nauseating psychological restructuring. Or both.
You don’t get to choose. That’s Pluto. But it depends, also, on your natal chart and what God (Spirit/Source/Life) has in store for you. Pluto promises change, yes, but there’s a range to the change!
So we remember both sides. Death and resurrection. We come back to life with new parts. How many times, so many times, with my natal 1st House Pluto had they counted me out. Had I counted me out. Aliza will never...
Like the Phoenix (Pluto/Scorpio symbolism), we rise. But that part is the choice. You have to agree to it. Heh. Punch down the dough, right? But it puffs back up 😉
Mercury sextile Chiron is an opportunity to think about your pain. Talk about your pain. Sometimes that’s enough.
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