Active/Emotional

(Little) Death

Written by  on February 28, 2016

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According to the Oxford English Dictionary “La petite mort” (French for “the little death”) is an expression which means “the brief loss or weakening of consciousness” and in modern usage refers specifically to “the sensation of orgasm as likened to death”. Read more…

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The Tower

Written by  on February 24, 2016

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Pluto, God of the Underworld, is the ruler of Scorpio. (In Greek mythology, the corresponding god was Hades). In Astrology, the energies of Pluto are transforming. Pluto represents subconscious forces, ruling all that is “below the surface”. Read more…

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Queen of Cups

Written by  on February 18, 2016

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Earth in Scorpio favor loyalty, but sometimes when the emotions are reaching too high, it may turns into possessiveness.
Need to harmonize the practical, pragmatic aspects with the emotional ones. Read more…

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3 of Cups

Written by  on February 18, 2016

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Pluto in Cancer: A generational indicator for transformation of family life, family therapy, psychotherapy related to family-of-origin, home ownership and group living arrangements for the masses. Dealing with the consequences of repressed emotion and emotional needs. Read more…

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5 of Cups

Written by  on February 17, 2016

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Scorpio zodiac sign in astrology are known for their mysterious nature, which is why it makes sense for them to be ruled by Pluto. Pluto in Scorpio is always looking further and deeper into any situation to discover what’s really going on behind the scenes. They need to learn everyone’s motives for their actions. Read more…

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10 of Cups

Written by  on February 16, 2016

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Pluto often has to do lessons related to power, death and renewal of life and when Pluto is here, these lessons are idealized. In the early 1800’s Napoleon followed his dream of building a new Roman Empire. In a sense this was a time of reliving the glory days of the past. Historians have since referred to this as the romantic period. Read more…

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