The 8th House: What We Inherit, What We Leave Behind

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I feel a mother’s love for my clients. I have a Cancer stellium in my chart: Sun, Mercury, and Mars.

I dislike that word “client.” Clinical sounding. But I feel a mother’s love for them nonetheless.

I want them to do well. I want to do well. I may not have children of my own and some of my clients are older than me but it doesn’t matter. We’re all the same before God.

(Yeah, I’m high on Pisces Season. I feel it. Do you feel it?)

My father had children (obviously, since I’m writing to you now!) but at his funeral were his students. He mostly taught older folks, seniors during his later years, during the last 20 years of his life actually.

Do you think about this stuff? Who’ll be there when you die? In the room? Or at the memorial if there is a memorial? Family? Students? Spirits of the dead? Squirrels and birds?

Makes me think of the 8th House and legacies, what we inherit and what we want to leave behind.

Sometimes I look for traces of my father and sometimes I forget. He’s not the constant presence in my mind like my mother is and yet am I not half his energy?

The 8th House also rules life after death.

While these topics are on my mind, I decide to look at my transit chart for today and indeed I am having an 8th House transit.

Venus is there now and squaring my Mercury and Mars in Cancer.  The love I feel has a push-pull to it. Squares are tension but with Venus involved? I won’t sound the alarm just yet.

The Love Goddess is also heading to oppose my natal Jupiter who sextiles my natal Venus. It’s a t-square but Venus and Jupiter are pals and Jupiter rules peace.

Transiting Uranus is RIGHT NOW on my 8th House cusp. He’s crossing over!

Do you have planets crossing over?


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