so-personal:

everything personal♡

Home to be….

I mean this could be me for my #woman to come #home, but uh…. #giggles

Things to consider youngens…

-the Charlie Brown crew was “harlem shaking” before it was cool.
-“wallflowers” existed before releasing “one headlight” or having had the chance to read or watch the perks of being one. They were flower children and hippies.
-bates motel, room 1408 and the shining are all a depiction of the hotel California.
See how history repeats itself

almostfamous06:

cruelist:

darkness-of-the-soul:

This picture scares me so much. It is literally the inside of my head, it portrays mental illness so well and accurately that it actually scares me. I saw the caption saying the bottom-left one is anxiety but I think it’s suicide. I had the exact same look on my face when I was contemplating whether to take the pills or not, you can see the feeling of no hope and giving up on life. Depression in the top-left. The creepy smile portrays perfectly how evil and horrible depression is, like it’s out to get you and destroy your life. Anorexia next to depression. They have the same smile, like it’s happy it’s completely ruining you. The eyes on both of them show pure wickedness but also that they’re enjoying it, and they’re staring right at you. Bulimia next to the fridge. The face is exactly what I look like trying to eat as much food as I can but also on the verge of tears at the same time. The closed eyes and tongue make me think of all the times I’ve looked like that, like a pig. Self harm on the bottom right. Closest to me, always whispering and telling me to cut. The same eyes and creepy smile of depression and anorexia, it wants me to cut. It will laugh, put me down and destroy me so I do cut. Then there’s me. In the middle of them all. Having to constantly listen to all of them all day, telling me to do what they want, putting me down, hurting me. And not being able to do anything about it. I can’t escape what’s in my mind.

oh my god woah.

The inner workings of ones twisted mind. I love this

astrolocherry:

The Meaning of the Number Three This sort of thing drives me a little batty. I have this voice inside my head which is very hard to please sometimes. For example when a book tells me the mutable signs (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces) are the movable or adaptable signs and say no more about it, I know, because of that voice, that there’s more. Beginning with Gemini, every third sign is a mutable. These are the ones just before the beginning of each season. So for example, Gemini would be seen as symbolizing the end of the spring season, and the herald or preparation for the summer season. It was puzzling. What I was reading didn’t feel right. It seemed the various authors had simply copied from previous authors. That inner voice wouldn’t leave me alone. Then I stumbled across a little book in a very fine used book store titled “The New Man.” The author Maurice Nicoll (an associate of C.G.Jung) said this: “Now there is a term used in esoteric language which always signifies that a certain development has been fulfilled. This term is numerical. The number three implies fulfillment. In this sign of Water into Wine, it is said at the beginning that on the third day there was a marriage. The beginning, middle and end form the completion of a stage. So in esoteric language the number three is the end of something and the beginning of something else. When a psychological stage has been fulfilled, a new stage begins. This is the “third day”. The old is passing away, the new state beginning. Or, the higher level is beginning to be active and the former level is beginning to obey this new higher level. The number three is used to represent this situation as, for example, when Christ fulfilled his necessary time in hell and rose on the third day. There are many examples of this use of the number three in the esoteric books of the Bible. Jonah was three days in the belly of the great fish. Peter denies Christ three times – that is, fully. Christ asks Peter three times if he loves him. The fig-tree that did not bear fruit for three years was to be cut down. There are many other examples of the use of the number three as meaning fulfillment, either fulfillment in the sense of a new beginning or fulfillment as the completion of a thing. Now the whole sign of the Water into Wine is about a stage that Jesus had reached in the development of his human side. So it begins with ‘the third day’. ‘And upon the third day there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee…’ ” This is also very helpful when examining the third of each of the signs in the elements. For example, the earth signs are Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn. Capricorn, the third sign in the earthy series, certainly is the sign of some sort of achievement or fulfillment. Literally for years I’ve wondered what the number three really meant. And now that I’ve discovered this little book and good answers to my questions about the number three, you’d think I’d be satisfied. But no, now I’ll be keeping an eye out to see what else this Jungian, Maurice Nicoll has written and what else I can learn from him. I warn you, dear reader, this stuff is addictive. Hope you found my little article interesting. If you like my stuff, please donate to Cherry. it takes some money to keep this on the air. Jon Hassinger

astrolocherry:

The Meaning of the Number Three

This sort of thing drives me a little batty. I have this voice inside my head which is very hard to please sometimes. For example when a book tells me the mutable signs (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces) are the movable or adaptable signs and say no more about it, I know, because of that voice, that there’s more. Beginning with Gemini, every third sign is a mutable. These are the ones just before the beginning of each season. So for example, Gemini would be seen as symbolizing the end of the spring season, and the herald or preparation for the summer season. It was puzzling. What I was reading didn’t feel right. It seemed the various authors had simply copied from previous authors. That inner voice wouldn’t leave me alone. Then I stumbled across a little book in a very fine used book store titled “The New Man.” The author Maurice Nicoll (an associate of C.G.Jung) said this:

“Now there is a term used in esoteric language which always signifies that a certain development has been fulfilled. This term is numerical. The number three implies fulfillment. In this sign of Water into Wine, it is said at the beginning that on the third day there was a marriage. The beginning, middle and end form the completion of a stage. So in esoteric language the number three is the end of something and the beginning of something else. When a psychological stage has been fulfilled, a new stage begins. This is the “third day”. The old is passing away, the new state beginning. Or, the higher level is beginning to be active and the former level is beginning to obey this new higher level. The number three is used to represent this situation as, for example, when Christ fulfilled his necessary time in hell and rose on the third day. There are many examples of this use of the number three in the esoteric books of the Bible. Jonah was three days in the belly of the great fish. Peter denies Christ three times – that is, fully. Christ asks Peter three times if he loves him. The fig-tree that did not bear fruit for three years was to be cut down. There are many other examples of the use of the number three as meaning fulfillment, either fulfillment in the sense of a new beginning or fulfillment as the completion of a thing. Now the whole sign of the Water into Wine is about a stage that Jesus had reached in the development of his human side. So it begins with ‘the third day’. ‘And upon the third day there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee…’ ”

This is also very helpful when examining the third of each of the signs in the elements. For example, the earth signs are Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn. Capricorn, the third sign in the earthy series, certainly is the sign of some sort of achievement or fulfillment.

Literally for years I’ve wondered what the number three really meant. And now that I’ve discovered this little book and good answers to my questions about the number three, you’d think I’d be satisfied. But no, now I’ll be keeping an eye out to see what else this Jungian, Maurice Nicoll has written and what else I can learn from him. I warn you, dear reader, this stuff is addictive. Hope you found my little article interesting.
If you like my stuff, please donate to Cherry. it takes some money to keep this on the air.

Jon Hassinger

astrolocherry:

Jupiter-Sagittarius provide the motivation for the quest of belief Pluto-Scorpio provide the search, the plunge into the oblivion driven by pure faith and pursuit on behalf of humanity  ~ Neptune-Pisces provide something to believe in So Mercury-Gemini can talk about it Then Mercury-Virgo can analyze it Then Venus-Libra can find the perfect balance between intuition and intellect ~ ~The Sun-Leo turns it into worship, royalty and infuses the majestic, regal decorations Then Saturn-Capricorn can build a school and educate it to society ~ And Moon-Cancer can baptise the new generation with new beliefSo Venus-Taurus can hold onto the scriptures until old age and maintain the history, the heritage ~ Then Uranus-Aquarius can transmit it to the world in style, through e-book, app or Wikipedia page

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Jupiter-Sagittarius provide the motivation for the quest of belief
Pluto-Scorpio provide the search, the plunge into the oblivion driven by pure faith and pursuit on behalf of humanity
~ Neptune-Pisces provide something to believe in
So Mercury-Gemini can talk about it
Then Mercury-Virgo can analyze it
Then Venus-Libra can find the perfect balance between intuition and intellect ~ ~
The Sun-Leo turns it into worship, royalty and infuses the majestic, regal decorations
Then Saturn-Capricorn can build a school and educate it to society
~ And Moon-Cancer can baptise the new generation with new belief
So Venus-Taurus can hold onto the scriptures until old age and maintain the history, the heritage
~ Then Uranus-Aquarius can transmit it to the world in style, through e-book, app or Wikipedia page

astrolocherry:

 
☉ Sun:  The Majestic Life Force  Rules Leo. Is exalted in Aries.  Governs creativity, self pronouncement, the ego, identity, spiritual search, soul expression, desires, potential, destiny, inner radiance. Esoterically understood to be governed by a higher heavenly dwelling.  Archetypes: The Golden Child, Divine Child, The Healer, The Creator, The Father
☽ Moon: The Mystic Midwife Rules Cancer. Is exalted in Taurus. Rules Virgo esoterically  Governs the feminine rhythms, the hidden self, emotions, internal tides and moods, self reflection, indwelling welfare needs, intuition, mysteries, ambiguity, memories, creativity, nostalgia and is understand to navigate one astrologically through childhood  Archetypes: The Mother, The Goddess, The Maiden, The Innocent, The Nurse
☿ Mercury: The Media NetworkRules Gemini and Virgo. Is exalted in Virgo and Aquarius. Rules Aries esoterically  Governs communication, speech, media, broadcasting, telephones, writing, journalism, transport, intellect, thought process, verbal acuity, education, mischief and reason. Mercury is the traditional cosmic trickster  Archetypes: The Journalist, The Child, The Salesman, The Comedian, The Librarian 
♀ Venus: The Cupid Cove Rules Taurus and Libra. Is exalted in Pisces. Rules Libra and Gemini esoterically    Governs pleasure, romance, love, indulgence, glamour, materialism, joy, charm, seduction, creativity, amiability, parties, socialising, friendship, partnership, unity, the collective  Archetypes: The Lover, Love Goddess, The Tease, The Seductress 
♂ Mars: The Fiery Battlefield Rules Aries and Scorpio. Is exalted in Capricorn.    Governs conflict, spirit, vigour, energy, impulse, passion, desire, adventure, combat, aggression, confidence, violence, physical strength, destruction, impulse, stamina, romantic pursuit  
Archetypes: The Pioneer, The Rescuer, The Soldier, The Warrior 
♃ Jupiter: The Lucky Charm Rules Sagittarius and Pisces. Exalted in Cancer. Rules Aquarius esoterically  Governs higher intellect, expansion, travel, higher education, philosophy, favour, fortune, prosperity, growth, joy, blessings, honour, laughter, luck, excitability, politics, religious theology, wisdom, success  Archetypes: The Godmother, The Philanthropist, The Benefic, The Politician 
♄ Saturn: The Rigorous Guide Rules Capricorn. Is exalted in Libra.  Governs civilisation, obstacle, ascension, ambition, practicality, wisdom, boundary, time, order, convention, remedial lesson, reality, social systemization, consequences, enlightenment  Archetypes: The Wise Old Man, Father Time, The Judge, The Militant 
♅ Uranus: The Electric Bubble Rules Aquarius. Is exalted in Scorpio.  Governs technology, revolutions, progression, eccentricity, electricity, light, intuition, the New Age, rebellion, individualisation, secularisation, alchemy, science, radical ideas and people  Archetypes: The Outlaw, The Untested Spirit, The Rebel, The Wildchild
♆ Neptune: A Celestial Bathe Rules Pisces. Is exalted in Leo. Rules Cancer esoterically  Governs the collective unconscious, dreams, psychic sensitivity, fantasy, illusion, delusion, deception, allure, intrigue, sedation, drugs and alcohol, trance, mental illness, photoshop, enlightenment, healing    Archetypes: The Guru, The Healer, The Psychic, The Psychotic 
♇ Pluto: Toxic Wasteland Rules Scorpio    Governs the underworld, the occult, poltergeists, intensity, destruction, subconscious urgency, God’s will, demons, sex, transformation, rebirth, the conversion of energy the traditional gatekeeper of concealed universal insight Archetypes: The Detective, The Guardian, The Shadow 
 
 

astrolocherry:

 

Sun:  The Majestic Life Force
Rules Leo. Is exalted in Aries.
Governs creativity, self pronouncement, the ego, identity, spiritual search, soul expression, desires, potential, destiny, inner radiance. Esoterically understood to be governed by a higher heavenly dwelling.
Archetypes: The Golden Child, Divine Child, The Healer, The Creator, The Father

Moon: The Mystic Midwife
Rules Cancer. Is exalted in Taurus. Rules Virgo esoterically
Governs the feminine rhythms, the hidden self, emotions, internal tides and moods, self reflection, indwelling welfare needs, intuition, mysteries, ambiguity, memories, creativity, nostalgia and is understand to navigate one astrologically through childhood
Archetypes: The Mother, The Goddess, The Maiden, The Innocent, The Nurse

Mercury: The Media Network
Rules Gemini and Virgo. Is exalted in Virgo and Aquarius. Rules Aries esoterically
Governs communication, speech, media, broadcasting, telephones, writing, journalism, transport, intellect, thought process, verbal acuity, education, mischief and reason. Mercury is the traditional cosmic trickster
Archetypes: The Journalist, The Child, The Salesman, The Comedian, The Librarian

Venus: The Cupid Cove
Rules Taurus and Libra. Is exalted in Pisces. Rules Libra and Gemini esoterically   
Governs pleasure, romance, love, indulgence, glamour, materialism, joy, charm, seduction, creativity, amiability, parties, socialising, friendship, partnership, unity, the collective
Archetypes: The Lover, Love Goddess, The Tease, The Seductress

Mars: The Fiery Battlefield
Rules Aries and Scorpio. Is exalted in Capricorn.   
Governs conflict, spirit, vigour, energy, impulse, passion, desire, adventure, combat, aggression, confidence, violence, physical strength, destruction, impulse, stamina, romantic pursuit  

Archetypes: The Pioneer, The Rescuer, The Soldier, The Warrior


Jupiter: The Lucky Charm
Rules Sagittarius and Pisces. Exalted in Cancer. Rules Aquarius esoterically
Governs higher intellect, expansion, travel, higher education, philosophy, favour, fortune, prosperity, growth, joy, blessings, honour, laughter, luck, excitability, politics, religious theology, wisdom, success
Archetypes: The Godmother, The Philanthropist, The Benefic, The Politician


Saturn: The Rigorous Guide
Rules Capricorn. Is exalted in Libra.
Governs civilisation, obstacle, ascension, ambition, practicality, wisdom, boundary, time, order, convention, remedial lesson, reality, social systemization, consequences, enlightenment
Archetypes: The Wise Old Man, Father Time, The Judge, The Militant


Uranus: The Electric Bubble
Rules Aquarius. Is exalted in Scorpio.
Governs technology, revolutions, progression, eccentricity, electricity, light, intuition, the New Age, rebellion, individualisation, secularisation, alchemy, science, radical ideas and people
Archetypes: The Outlaw, The Untested Spirit, The Rebel, The Wildchild

Neptune: A Celestial Bathe
Rules Pisces. Is exalted in Leo. Rules Cancer esoterically
Governs the collective unconscious, dreams, psychic sensitivity, fantasy, illusion, delusion, deception, allure, intrigue, sedation, drugs and alcohol, trance, mental illness, photoshop, enlightenment, healing   
Archetypes: The Guru, The Healer, The Psychic, The Psychotic

Pluto: Toxic Wasteland
Rules Scorpio   
Governs the underworld, the occult, poltergeists, intensity, destruction, subconscious urgency, God’s will, demons, sex, transformation, rebirth, the conversion of energy the traditional gatekeeper of concealed universal insight
Archetypes: The Detective, The Guardian, The Shadow

 

 

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Hi Cherry! I'm a Cancer, but I have no desire to be a mother, which is odd because my sign is supposedly the embodiment of maternal feelings. Any idea why that is?

astrolocherry:

Hi, Cancer/4th house represents the sub dominant parent. This doesn’t have to be transmuted through childbirth, but also extending toward being an unbiological mother, maybe through animals, or mentoring somebody. Mostly Cancer relates to home, or belonging however you perceive this. Creativity from the womb (Moon)

So not the process of birthing which is transmuting through Neptune/Moon but the energies - coddling, taking care of loved ones, creating a place of safety and belonging, a sanctuary. Where we came from. Our ancestral roots. The bloodline.

What is family? They were the people who claimed you. In good, in bad, in parts or in whole, they were the ones who showed up, who stayed there, regardless.

—  Sarah Dessen

This is Cancer.
If I was looking toward parenting style or urge, I would look at the 5th house of children/parents, not the Cancer sun sign
-C.

astrolocherry:

cancer are the mother of children and providing
leo are parent of the inner child
aquarius is the mother of humanity

My father, cancer. My mother, leo. My sister Aquarius. Holy mother. And I’m the child they somehow helped create

astrolocherry:

Moon in Pisces - The Lunar Lagoon Under the nectar of the Moon beams Lunar Pisces dream and dream from today onto tomorrow. They live, breathe and exist in dreamstate and frequently disengage from reality to dance in their wild imagination.Typically expressive and animated in their emotional expression, twin themes of divine Lunar reception and watery receptivity impart excessive empathy and acute psychic sensitivity. They are naturally enchanting in their interactions and conceal an internal changeability with a cool, celestial collectiveness. Internal distress tends to be remedied with art; where the individual finds creative writing, poetry, music and illustration particularly soothing. Emotional inflammation conjures their tremendous creative flair.

Lunar Pisceans walk the borderline of material and ethereal and become easily entranced by the supernatural, magic, esoteric studies, spiritual investment and religion. Carl Jung suggests the divinity that binds us all together is the unconscious that we all share., he refers to this the ‘collective unconscious’. Pisces, the last sign of the zodiac, represents the fragments of the  other 11 signs. Every whim, impulse and emotion felt by the other signs lay within the Lunar Pisces - the feelings harnessed by the unconscious of the signs before him are transpired under the lining of their skin. This acute receptivity requires copious time in solitude and frequent withdrawals from the world in sheer exhaustion. These individuals possess tremendous healing abilities and excellent skills at naturally tranquilizing the disturbed. Their own cheeks feel wet upon setting sight on someone in tears.

Individuals with the Moon in Pisces are overshadowed by the agony of humanity and find their own compassion destructive at times. They are emotional hemophiliacs when it comes to criticism and may attract dark or questionable personalities. Their intrinsic reflex is to dissociate into fantasy during emotional chaos or attempt to leave their own bodies when they feel threatened. Lunar Pisceans spend their lives wandering, trying to find a sense of fulfillment, a substance for the empty space within them, the person that will complete the isolated 12th Moon. And yet, they are already complete, overflowing, too full for the conscious mind to comprehend, so full they are flooding with the emotions, love and divinity of all of us, sitting on the Moon and singing the zodiac to sleep.
*Sugarmints Artblog art

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