Check, please

Cardinal Cross time again and how about a reality check.  I need one, it’s been a busy day and more yet to come.  For those of you not familiar with astrology, look for the big red square (each point is in a Cardinal sign) with an ‘X’ in the center.  The ‘X’ lines are oppositions, the shorter red lines are squares.  Squares are inner conflicts, oppositions something someone else does.
Uranus in Aries opposite Saturn in Libra is like trying to hold on to a bucking relationship bronco between self/others.  Mars in Cancer opposite Pluto in Capricorn is walking the tightrope between changing career and herding the family home.


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Good news (in blue) is there is also a mystic rectangle, which is two trines (easy energies) and two sextiles ( two opportunities) and a grand trine (big blue triangle) and a kite with two more sextiles.  So there is a lot of good energy bopping around too…!
The opposition in the kite is pointing to Mars and Pluto.  That’s action, desires and where we put our energy (Mars) opposite the big transformer, Pluto.  Feels kinda like a big soul shakedown party.  The whole planet, our country and each and every one of us are going through some rapid changes.

So I made a tarot spread so I could have some more info on the energies.
I did this spread using:
the left card as ASC /top as MC/ right as DC/ bottom as IC/ middle card as The Hub.
The card on the bottom right is the bottom of the deck or the ‘message from spirit’ as Donni calls it.

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ASC= Koala, upright~~~Live in a place of gratitude and generosity, you may have your secrets as long a you have respect for and do no harm to others.

MC=Waratah, upright~~It is only by the dark night of the soul and grief through loss that we may fully understand the unbridled joy of love and happiness.  Being alive is to accept them both.

DC=Southern Cross, upright~~This is a testing period, a period of changes and endings.  What is needed is courage and fortitude – be mentally and physically strong, keep to your discipline and beliefs.  Do not lose hope, for the beautiful new world to come will far exceed your expectations and imaginings.

IC=Willy Wagtail, upright~~This is the time to communicate your spiritual and emotional truth – openly and honestly.  Face changes and the ending of the old by turning your face to the new.  Find your inner strength to deal with difficulties, and seek the friendship of others when you need it.

Hub (Earth)= Black Swan, reversed~~Turn your sight within to find what is holding you back from your highest good.  Adjust your attitude/altitude to find the opportunities present in your situation.

Spirit=Opal, reversed~~This is a very spiritual card that indicates a time of shedding past habits and negativity.   Find the rainbow of energies available within (chakras) to see the value of your presence in the world and the gifts you have to offer with newfound clarity.

All the best~

‘may be’ erratic

Caption for this photo:
Bob Knight throws a chair to protest officiating at a
basketball game against Purdue University in Bloomington on 2/23/85. The
incident was part of a tirade which earned Knight three successive technical
fouls and expulsion from the game. (AP Photo)

There is another pic I won’t post of Knight grabbing player Neil Reed’s throat.  In the same article, reports of Knight choking and punching sports information director, Kit Klingelhofer, in the 1970’s over a news release that upset the coach.

Whoa.  Mercury (communication) in Scorpio (intense power) conjunct ASC (1st house is your style) opposition rebellious Uranus in the 7th (relationships with others).  Jupiter (wants to expand) tightly conjunct Saturn (wants to constrict) in the sign of the bull.   Not to mention some serious squares to Moon (emotions) and Mars quincunx (stressful adjustment) Saturn /Jupiter and semi-square (friction) that radical Uranus.   eep.
I’ll be at home watching from the couch, thanks.

Virgo in the 10th (career) and hey, let’s face it…Virgos are perfectionists.

Legendary coach…here’s the wiki blurb:
Among his greatest achievements are multiple NCAA and NIT championships, but he has had international success as well. In 1979, he took the U.S. Pan American team to a gold medal in Puerto Rico. Knight is known for an almost uncanny ability to extract the full potential from his players, and he is proud of their high graduation rate. He is his own man, with high principles, expectations and demands. Not afraid of controversy, he often uses profanity to make his point and exercises an impressive temper. He has a great ability to teach young men both the game of basketball and the game of life, and in May 1991, he was inducted into the National Basketball Hall of Fame.