Uncontrollable Passions | Mars enters Gemini, Mercury enters Aries, Sun enters Taurus

Uncontrollable Passions | Mars enters Gemini, Mercury enters Aries, Sun enters Taurus | Starcana Cosmic Dirt

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We’re greeted with an impressive Sun/Saturn trine on April 17. These vibrations can be quite useful in helping us to deal with superiors, as well as in taking on some of the tougher stuff – with much greater ease.

For those who come face to face with an unpleasant experience instead, you’re also blessed. This is a wonderful opportunity to see the reality in which you’ve been building and living; but also in what may need to be changed and restructured. Whatever you recognize and receive, please aim for a little gratitude.

Sometimes our light goes out but is blown into flame by another human being. Each of us owes deepest thanks to those who have rekindled this light. Albert Schweitzer

Sun enters TaurusThe Sun (identity, ego) will exit brave Aries on Wednesday April 19, to travel through determined Taurus for the next four weeks. The recent start of a fresh approach, a new adventurous journey or the beginning of a project will have much potential in gaining some stability and stature. While personal values are shifting again since Venus (values, love, money) stationed direct last week; but if we can continue to fully invest ourselves into this new creation – strength and endurance will be on our side.

How wrong it is for a woman to expect the man to build the world she wants, rather than to create it herself. Anais Nin

Pluto retrograde. Dark stormy energy begins to brew as Pluto (destruction, transformation) stations retrograde on Thursday April 20. What has been slowly decaying, could feel more unhealthy and toxic to our inner wellbeing during this five month cycle. Rather than terminate what has grown into unusable mold; we may instead, decide to slice it in many pieces first – obsessively examining its many complicated levels. And we’ll keep investigating, and we’ll keep digging. We’ll taste it. Roll it between our teeth. Swallow it. Digest it. And even regurgitate it a few times. Is what we’re holding onto disposable; or not? If we can better understand what makes it tick, we may be able to manipulate it into something useful again.

Forgiving does not erase the bitter past. A healed memory is not a deleted memory. Instead, forgiving what we cannot forget creates a new way to remember. We change the memory of our past into a hope for our future. Lewis B. Smedes

Mercury re-enters Aries. As seductive Pluto stations, trickster Mercury (thoughts, communications, small journeys) will re-enter fiery Aries again – the last time was back on March 13. With Mercury retrograde, there will be an opportunity to retrace our steps – in order to remember, review and reconnect with much improved communications. Yet in this fiery turf of warrior Aries again, we could re-ignite new truths and heated passions – or we agree to disagree, to avoid adding gasoline to the bridges we’re already burning. Be mindful. Stay aware. Listen to what isn’t being said.

Impatience is the mark of independence, not of bondage. Marianne Moore

Mars enters Gemini. Activity tends to get much more forced and distributed as Mars (drive, energy) moves from steady Taurus, into blustery Gemini. Change is bound to happen over this six week cycle, and without a good tight hold on the steering wheel – who knows where it may take us. Moving forward and gaining direction will not be easy, considering all the free space that we have to work with, especially under theses tumultuous winds as Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter and Mercury are in retrograde.

We are no more than candles burning in the wind. Japanese Proverb

The scattered energy of Mercury retrograde has the ability to keep us scattered, in our continuous mistakes. As above, So below. It can be quite helpful to know when to move with the breeze.. but also when to heed the storm to take shelter. Unless you have an adventurous gypsy spirit like mine – where a few strong gushes of wind are uplifting; only to drop us off in ‘god knows where’ – can be such a delicious force of creative inspiration and energy. Hopefully you can enjoy the ride, with hands in the air, but be ready to dodge the flying debris. Starcana tarot insight: Clinging to the cage. QueenPentsRx/QueenSwordsRx

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About Suzi Dronzek

As a dreamer, artist and wildflower with an old soul; I've grown into a wise woman, an intuitive reader, professional life guide and a mystic business owner of Starcana, Inc. I help others; through readings, grounded advice, soulful guidance and a cosmic forecast - lighting hearts on fire, while adding a few pinches of magick back into the world.

Comments

  1. Sylvia Bogart says:

    When I was a little girl my Grandfather was GOD. He was a Druid of the old Scottish type, and he was deep. One year when I was about six years old, we had all the neighbors over, and all the family members, to harvest the Tobacco, that is what we did in our community, when there was a need. At any rate, while everyone was gathered in the house-kitchen-dining area for supper, my Grandfather grabbed me, and we stole out to the barn, he pointed to the ground and he said, “You see those Doodle bugs there, I was like “uhuh”. He said, “Do you know what they do all day long?” I shook my head, my eyes wide, as I knew he was about to tell me some new truth. He said, “Well, their job is to roll that manure into little balls all day long, and then they throw it at each other.” His eyes were twinkling by now, his eyebrows quirking. “You will find” he said as he pointed towards the house, “that when you grow up, that is what most people do, at the dinner table. They roll shit into little balls, and throw it at each other.” When you talk about Pluto being retrograde and us tearing it into little balls and inspecting the why’s and where for’s of what is happening to us. It reminds me of what he told me then. Life really is like that, and Pluto does give us all kinds of clues and opportunities, in it’s inevitable “shit balls” I can relate, and I will do just that. Blessed Be. Thank you. Love and Light.

  2. You’re very welcome Sylvia – and thank you for sharing your hilarious, but fabulous story! I enjoyed that smile! :oD Blessed be! Love & Light.