Friday, December 26, 2008

To Hell With 'Em!!

For the love of liver I can't figure out what's gotten into Zelda my chicken. Uranus is back on her "personal" planets and she's laying objects that resemble the photo of Jupiter my niece, Jm, posted below, only elliptical. She seems to be enjoying herself. She always does when Uranus comes around. She's no longer laying ecstatically every time Barack Obama speaks, since her Venus-Mars-Uranus conjunction in her 5th house falls in and out of love as quick as lightning. I would prefer she stay out of love for a minute. Too much noise for Mortimer, my very old parrot, who is trying to recover from the election and his gastric distress. Who knows what will happen when Jupiter transits Aquarius?
As you probably know, I am an Aries and not afraid of anything -- Pluto, Uranus, Methuselah, Zorro, you name it. I'm ready. Mars is thrusting into Pluto temporarily (he asked for it), but you haven't seen anything yet. Keep your repeater under firm control.
It's going to be a great year. They all are. Keep up the good work and don't let the goddamned government get away with anything! One jackass begets another. Stick up for yourselves! Don't fall for it and remember to change your furnace filter.
Keep on your toes and stay creative!!
Spoken by the ever effervescent duracell Myrtle Rae Bernstein

16 Comments:

Blogger Tseka said...

Abso-damn-lutely!

And i like, "keep your feet warm" too.

Nice to see ya Myrtle Rae. Maybe a coupla whiffs of that tiny tree, from one of the moon's of Jupiter, Winston carries around in his spacecraft would set Zelda straight.

Happy New Year to you and regards to Aunt Jenny if you see her.

I'm thinking that Jupiter into Aquarius might bring a lot of excitement.

I'm keeping in mind that by some reckoning Saturn rules both Capricorn and Aquarius which makes the stack-up look even more interesting.

26/12/08 3:29 PM  
Anonymous myrtle rae said...

Tseka my long lost and refound mega-wise sister, earth lover, and member of the intelligentsia. How wonderful!

Aunt Jenny has returned to her bed temporarily recovering from cam-pain troubles but she said today that she's getting up and ready for Jupiter in Aquarius. She has Venus there and at 87 with a Uranian Venus, love just might be around the bend and she' not going to miss it!

Some feet will be warm, some will be burning as the fire crackles.

So good to see you love.

26/12/08 3:41 PM  
Blogger jm said...

The Saturn-Uranus connection is so powerful, repeated so many times in the coming years, that I'm astonished. I've never seen anything like it.

26/12/08 3:42 PM  
Blogger jm said...

When this happens, Capricorn and Aquarian types are drawn to the front of the line and those parts of each chart are energized. We have some very specific tasks ahead as a human family and the universe is bent on making it happen. Progress is a curious thing and not what people might think it is. Focus is being asked for and I think it will come for some bigtime problem solving.

One development. The warren thing is continuing which I was waiting to see. Good sign. People are getting ready to face it.

26/12/08 3:46 PM  
OpenID ancareth-raven said...

Aha! Capricorn visiting in Sun, Moon (0 degree), Mercury, Jupiter (27 degree), and Pluto (1 degree). There!

Astrological bones in the sky... lined up to give out orders of strength for all who ask and wish for them... those filling to receive, on the "tough offers" hehe (with a hidden treasure)

(Don't know what I'm talking about here, something other than me is pouring out...)

26/12/08 4:41 PM  
OpenID ancareth-raven said...

Grrr... "filling" meant to be "willing", is there no edit comments option?

26/12/08 4:45 PM  
OpenID ancareth-raven said...

Oh... Mars will join Capricorn soon too... that must be fun :D

26/12/08 4:53 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Astrological bones in the sky... lined up to give out orders of strength for all who ask and wish for them...

Very well said. Astrological sky bones is a beautiful image.

It's a fine meditation as Saturn and Uranus come in to govern. We've been vaguely contemplating earthly structures, rotting roads and politicians and such, but celestial structures appear worthy of study. I wonder if the bones in the sky will stick out more and we'll become even better astrologers, speaking of Pluto's treasure. Maybe we'll discover how to make it more useful. Bones you can believe in.

26/12/08 5:03 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

Bones you can believe in. LOL that's a good one. :o)

I like the image, very apropos for so many of us here with these dense bones and teeth.

26/12/08 5:06 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Oh the joy of good bones and teeth. Basic strength. Standing up straight and taking a good bite out of the cosmos, chewing it well.

I'm going to give some thought to the bone-fortunate among us and how they figure in. Many teeth will be saved and bones grafted as the baby boomers age through Pluto in Cap. Implants galore. Dentists will be sitting pretty.

Bite the government too.

Boomers unite and bite!!

26/12/08 5:22 PM  
Blogger John from Taos said...

Many teeth will be saved and bones grafted as the baby boomers age through Pluto in Cap. Implants galore. Dentists will be sitting pretty.

Bite the government too.

Boomers unite and bite!!


Now this is a program I can get behind.

Unfortunately, every time I go to the dentist now, it's another two grand. Madness... Over $7K in the last six months, no insurance either. Last summer I ate some wonderful candied popcorn from Iowa, and a tooth exploded. That required an implant. (Behold the $4,000 bag of popcorn!)

This is getting old, or maybe I am. Whatever, it sucks, and I'm sure as hell ready to bite somebody. Probably ought to start with myself, though.

26/12/08 6:55 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Oh shit, john!!!! An exploded tooth????

Bite the bullet! Or one of those exploded teeth! It's a complete drag, the downside of homo sapien longevity. Homo erectus does not apply to teeth so it seems. They didn't tell us that.

I don't even want to begin on mine. Wait. Maybe I will. Calm down because it's really within the realm of possibility to fix the buggers.

So after 30 years of this and that I finally had to get a root canal but the guy didn't want to do it because of bone loss. I insisted. Sure enough after 1 grand the abscess returned. I worked and worked resigning myself to the reality of an implant which I had no money for. And I'm almost too old to turn tricks.

Anyway I found an amazing Virgo dentist that looked in my mouth and said, "Oh, that's easy. I can saw your tooth in half, take out the bad part, give it a new crown, and you'll be as good as gold. Hemisection in technical terms. Better than C section. 1 grand instead of 5. And it worked!! He's fixed everything else too.

Sometimes they're impossible for years then they stop and decide to go along with us. After we're in the poorhouse and too old to care. Don't give up! It's worth it. You think all that sucks, dentures are the worst! Might as well die.
If you decide otherwise, though, you'll need those expensive teeth since we're destined to live at least a century nowadays.

This is getting old, or maybe I am.

HA HA HA!!! Face it. If I can you can.

And stay out of the pop corn!!!!! It's evil!

26/12/08 9:13 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Oh and btw, john. You know how old folks love to talk about their diseases, listing the drugs they take, rolling the names off their tongues so precisely? Spare us that destiny. What's a few teeth, brother?

26/12/08 9:22 PM  
Blogger chrispito said...

"As you probably know, I am an Aries and not afraid of anything" weeee!

This makes me laugh...I remember once saying to a very blase Aquarian pal "No one intimidates me" and he said "What about Slobodan Milosevic?"
Ah ha...he got me! But Milosevic has left the building so...
do I win? hee! :)

26/12/08 10:39 PM  
Blogger jm said...

My artist was a Leo rising with a Capricorn 6th house and bad teeth. My heart broke with every one he lost. He died with 13.

One night we were in a restaurant enjoying pizza, laughing, and having a blast, when I looked up and saw a big black spot on his front tooth.
"Oh, it's a piece of olive," my Neptune said.
Turns out half of his front tooth was gone forever. I remember vividly the crack in the night and the thud in my chest as my heart broke once again.

One good thing was the dentist who traded bridgework for artwork and it didn't cost this genius a cent to get some functioning choppers.

The dentist is an Aquarius with Moon in Pisces

27/12/08 12:22 AM  
Blogger John from Taos said...

Oh and btw, john. You know how old folks love to talk about their diseases, listing the drugs they take, rolling the names off their tongues so precisely? Spare us that destiny. What's a few teeth, brother?

Oh, I hear you. I don't take ANY pharmaceuticals and I have no diseases. But I'll shut up about my teeth in case someone here meets me someday and finds themselves staring at my mouth.

27/12/08 8:24 AM  

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