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Astrological chart for  J L W (my secret pin number would be my birth hour 330)




  Intercept Axis: Aries / Libra       My Tarot card reading for 2003  

constellation of the Scorpion



DUALITY Feminine


QUADRUPLICITY (QUALITY) Fixed: Scorpio is imaginative, passionate and emotional, subtle, persistent, intense, obstinate, and unyielding.

RULING PLANET Pluto: Ancient god of the nether world, ruler of storage bins, the wealthy and the dead. In astrology, Pluto rules regenerative forces, and the beginnings and ends of life phases.

SYMBOL The Scorpion: A secretive, deadly creature which poisons its enemies with a fatal sting.


The pictograph represents the stinger of the Scorpion connected to a representation of the human reproductive organs (the part of anatomy that Scorpio rules). This was the symbol in ancient times for the phoenix, bird of immortality and regeneration. In symbolic terms, the curved lines and arrow represent strong emotions tied to practicality and aiming toward higher consciousness.


POLARITY Taurus: Scorpio is the sign of inheritance and legacies. Its natives are given a sense of purpose and destiny, and find truest happiness in dispensing their life-force to others. Taurus is the sign of possessions and owning, and people born under this sign want to possess, collect, and have. They will not easily let go of what belongs to them.

PART OF THE BODY RULED BY SCORPIO The genitals: Scorpio people are susceptible to infections of the urinary system and venereal disease. In addition, their volatile emotions are often the cause of exhaustion and ill health.



MAGICAL BIRTHSTONE Topaz: Releases occult powers and brings serenity of mind. It also protects against enemies and illness.

SPECIAL COLORS Crimson, Burgundy, Maroon, Fuchsia

FLOWERS Chrysanthemum and Rhododendron

METAL Plutonium

ANIMALS RULED BY SCORPIO Insects and crustaceans

DANGERS Scorpio people evoke anger in others by their secretiveness and jealousy. Their sharp, stinging tempers can also enrage others to the point of violence.

First House (House of Self) The house of self is the most personal and powerful House in your chart, which symbolizes you -- your mannerisms, style, disposition, and temperament. This is the house of your outward behavior, your likes and dis likes. The First House reveals both the way you present yourself to others and the way the outside world sees you. It often indicates your physical characteristics, especially your head and facial features. Sometimes called the house of self-interest, it denotes what you want in life and how you go about achieving it. The place in your chart at which this house begins is the most important point in a horoscope (called the Ascendant or Aries Point), for it determines where all the other houses will follow. In astrology the First House is thought of as a giant lens through which the rest of your chart is seen and interpreted.

PISCES ASCENDANT If you were born with Pisces rising, you carry within yourself a strong artistic gift that must sooner or later find expression. You have an active fantasy life and a pronounced romantic outlook. You want life to be perfect and since it isn't, you choose not to see what you don't want to see. Down deep, many Rising-Pisceans believe that they alone are destined to suffer disillusionment in life; Sometimes others sense a secret sorrow in you. Often you feel you were born at the wrong time in the wrong place, and you are strongly drawn to the past.

Basically, you have a dauntless good will toward others. You tend to be very sociable, fond of entertaining, and enjoy the warmth of companionship. You love the good life, fine food and drink, especially beautiful clothes and travel. At parties Rising-Pisceans are vivacious and verbal (sometimes you talk too much); you enjoy performing unabashedly in front of a group. A talent for mimicry makes many Pisces Ascendants turn to the theater.

The word sentimental comes to mind when describing you. Your tender feelings are easily moved by sad stories, lost animals, unhappy human beings. Your personality is also changeable, at times moody and distressed. Worry and imagined fears overtake and sometimes overcome you. In your private life, you tend to be disorganized, a bit careless, the kind who is forever losing or misplacing belongings. In work, however, you are knowledgeable and creative and can be quite disciplined when working with a group, especially in artistic projects. You are also successful in occupations that involve travel. Many Rising-Pisceans frequently change their residence.

It often happens with Pisces Ascendants that a person who was an adversary in early years becomes a valuable friend later on. You may sometimes have trouble with a first marriage because of in-laws and relatives. As a Rising-Piscean you are probably fond of children; your own children usually bring you pride and happiness.

If you have Pisces rising, you tend to have large, luminous eyes and a sensuous mouth. You are likely to have wavy hair and well shaped feet.

The planet Neptune, which rules Pisces, is very prominent in your horoscope. The influence of Neptune bestows compassion, sensitivity, keen intuition, creativity, an interest in spiritual things and the occult. It also encourages confusion, indecisiveness, worry, vagueness, carelessness, and self-deception.

SECOND HOUSE (House of Possessions) This is the House of Money and Possessions. It relates to what you own in life and what you will acquire, your income, and your financial prospects. This is the house of movable possessions, the things that you physically take with you as you move through life. The Second House also tells how you feel about money and possessions, and gives a clue to the kinds of objects with which you like to surround yourself. To a certain extent it gives a picture of your earning power and ability to handle money. The Second House often shows what activities and projects may be a lucrative source of income for you.

THIRD HOUSE (House of Communication)T his is the House of Communication. The third house relates to your immediate environment in three major areas: self-expression, your family ties, and day to day travel. This house governs the way you think, speak and write. Logic, memory, and manual skill are its domain. The Third House often indicates what kind of early education you received, and your ability to study and learn. Your relationship with brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles, cousins and neighbors are part of this House's influence. Short trips and the vehicles for this type of travel are governed by the Third House -- especially the travel you do for work and education. URANUS in (Planet of change and originality): You tend to have an unusual source of income or your money opportunities pop up suddenly and unexpectedly. Your long-term financial picture will probably have spectacular fluctuations. If there are no opposing influences in your chart, you can expect to gain overall. Antiques, curios, and collectibles are lucrative for you. Good points: inventive, resourceful, unusual eye for value. Bad points: sudden losses, erratic money dealings, financial problems with friends.

URANUS IN GEMINI In Gemini, Uranus shows its power through ideas. You are intellectual and imaginative. You possess a magnetic mind that draws people to you, and have the ability to sway others to your point of view. You energy is forceful in mental pursuits. You are attracted to offbeat ideas and are fascinated by psychic phenomena and unexplained events. Uranus in Gemini produces a strong urge to express yourself in writing and speaking. Even in ordinary communication, such as phone calls and letters, you are original and captivating and your amusing way with words is evident. You enjoy traveling, easily pick up foreign languages, and have an aptitude for music.

FOURTH HOUSE (House of Home; also early and latter parts of life ) This is the House of Home. The Fourth House governs your home life -- in the past, the present, and the future. It indicates the kind of home you had in childhood and your relationship with parents. Whatever you have brought into this life from your ancestors is in its domain. In the present, the Fourth House relates to the kind of home you make for yourself. Your current domestic affairs are under its influence, as are real estate holdings and the ownership of land. This House also rules over the closing years of your life, the kind of security you seek for old age. The Fourth House is one of the more mystical houses in your chart, for it represents what you keep protected and secluded from the rest of the world -- the place you call home in both a physical and emotional sense.

SATURN in (Planet of discipline and limitation): You are concerned about and devoted to your family. In childhood you may have assumed responsibility at an early age. Saturn in the Fourth House sometimes indicates an early loss of a father. You will look after those who cared for you as a child when they are old. You plan carefully for security in your old age, and are likely to spend your last years alone and independent. Good point: gain through real estate. Bad point: difficulty expressing feelings to family members. SATURN IN CANCER Saturn encourages too much dependence on others in this emotional and clinging sign. As a Saturn-Cancerian, you love to overindulge in eating, drinking and other sensual pleasures. In this position, though, Saturn also gives a shrewdness and tenacity to your personality. You are superb at seeing a task through to completion. You are also ambitious, and strive to find material wealth to make your life secure. The obstacles that Saturn places in your path are insecurity and a lack of confidence. Sometimes your early life is marked by problems with parents, especially a mother. Many of you Saturn -Cancerians had to take on family responsibility at a very young age. Natives of this position tend to marry someone older in a effort to find an anchor and stability. Saturn endows you with good business sense, although you must be cautious in dealings with relatives. The negative side of Saturn in Cancer is a tendency to melancholy and self-pity. You are prone to digestive and stomach problems; if you are not careful, you can become quite overweight.

FIFTH HOUSE (House of creativity and sex )This is the House of Creativity and Sex. The Fifth House rules over everything you do for pleasure and to express yourself creatively. Your sexual nature (the most basic creative urge in your psyche) is a large part of its domain. Children and the joy you receive from them are governed by this House. The Fifth House also relates to entertainment and holidays, amusements and the arts. It rules love affairs, new undertakings in life, speculation and gambles, games of chance. It is the House that expresses your artistic talents as well as your ability to enjoy yourself in life. In childhood, pets and playmates are part of this House, for it holds sway over all the things to which you instinctively give affection. This is the House of your heart. PLUTO in (Planet of transformation): You are impetuous and passionate, and will follow your desires where they lead you. You exaggerate the importance of your love affairs until you become intensely involved. You have a strong artistic bent. Good point: you feel responsibility to loved ones. Bad point: you harbor resentment against a past love. PLUTO IN LEO (1937 - 1958) During Pluto's journey through the masterful sign of Leo, the United States entered into World War Two and helped the Allied Powers win a victory over Germany and Japan. Leo is also a magnanimous sign (after the war the United States gave money and assistance to the defeated countries in order to help rebuild them). On Oct. 24, 1945, the United Nations was formed, where each country would express its point of view and attempt to work out its differences with other nations. The Korean War was fought to save a nation from aggression. When Pluto is in Leo, the personal influence is to emphasize love of power, a domineering ego, and self-aggrandizement, but it also confers on its natives strong pride and a will to prevail despite obstacles. There is a tendency toward arrogance, selfish, and sensual pleasures. The generation that was born when Pluto transited Leo introduced the era of the pleasure principle; there is also strong emphasis on mass hero-worship of personalities in the media (for example, the Beatles).

SIXTH HOUSE (House of Service and Health)This is the House of Service and Health. Often called the House of service to others, it indicates your need to help others and to be useful in the world. In the old days it governed a person's attitude toward servants and those of inferior standing. In the modern day, this House rules your relationship with the people you work with, those who are subordinates, and your employers. The Sixth House also relates to your state of health and especially applies to illness brought on by worry or emotional upsets. This House often signifies whether you have a robust or delicate condition, and what kinds of diseases you may be subject to. JUPITER in (Planet of luck and expansion): You tend to be successful in work, and get along well with associates. You are loyal and dependable, and Jupiter usually brings monetary reward. You love good food and tend to gain weight. Good point: work brings opportunity for travel and expansion Bad point: health problems because of overindulgence. JUPITER IN VIRGO Jupiter in the practical sign of Virgo gives you a capacity for making a success of a hobby or a pastime. Many famous Jupiter-Virgos start out with a shoestring and build empires. If you have this Jupiter position you are smart, analytical, and persevering. You figure out the surest route to the largest dividends. The power of Jupiter surrounds you in intellectual pursuits, but the difference between Jupiter-Virgos and other intellectual signs is that Virgos have an uncommon amount of commonsense. You are also superb at handling detail, and do your best work a step at a time. You would make a successful teacher, accountant, literary critic, journalist, or news commentator. Your ability to grasp facts and then apply them systematically make careers in the fields of space technology, science and medicine accessible to you. Your luckiest times of the year are when the Sun is transiting the signs of Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn ( Mid-spring, late summer, and early winter ).

SEVENTH HOUSE (House of Partnership and Marriage)This is the House of Partnership and marriage. On a personal level, it relates to your husband or wife, the mate you choose in life. It often indicates what kind of marriage you will have, and whether you might divorce or remarry. This is your House of Partnerships, not only in marriage but in work, business, legal affairs, and sometimes in politics. It covers legal unions or contracts you enter into, and both sides of a question or dispute. The Seventh House concerns your ability to work harmoniously with others. Paradoxically, it also governs what astrologers call your open enemies, those who are usually your adversaries in the business or professional world. The Seventh House is the opposite of the First, House of Self; here you blend your personality with others in order to pursue shared goals. NEPTUNE in (Planet of spirituality and illusion): In marriage and partnerships you look for compatibility of spirit, common goals in life or an artistic or religious vision that you share. However, an unrealistic or confused attitude about what you want in a partner may lead to the possibility of an illicit love affair while married. Good point: sensitive and responsive to needs of partner. Bad point: too easily swayed; open to disappointment. NEPTUNE IN LIBRA (1st & 2nd BOOMER GENERATION) Neptune in the romantic sign of Libra emphasizes idealism and love. Those born while Neptune transited Libra have been called the love generation. Neptune-Librans seek harmony and balance, and are deeply bothered by injustice in the world. Many people who were born during the early years of Neptune's journey through Libra became active in the anti-war movement of the 1960s. Neptune-Librans strongly believe in the concepts of brotherly love and resistance to inequity. While Neptune transited this sign of peace the United Nations was founded. Libra is also the sign of partnership and marriage; this era brought a new questioning into the values of marriage, with a resultant rise in divorce and search for happiness in love. On a personal level, Neptune in this position produces a magnetic attraction to the opposite sex, and at times a lack of willpower and determination. MOON in (Planet of emotions and instincts): Security is very important to you in marriage and relationships. Chances are you will marry a parental figure of some kind. Your spouse will probably be protective of you. You are likely to become popular with the public at sometime in your life. Good point: responsive in partnerships; sensual in marriage. Bad point: changeable in your love relationships; possible divorce.


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Bright side: More adaptable, creative, charming, good-natured, diplomatic

Dark side: More indecisive, self-indulgent, dependent, frivolous, changeable.

Libra is the sign of esthetic perceptions and here the Moon's romantic, glamorous influence is accentuated. If you have the Moon in Libra you have a keen appreciation for beauty and art, and an artistic eye unmatched by any other Moon sign. You also have a heightened awareness to your environment and to other people. However, what you truly value are those experiences that make life more beautiful and pleasing. You abhor coarseness, vulgarity or strife. Your immediate reaction to anything to anything unpleasant is to deny it -- or if that is impossible at least to put it in its best possible light. You try to surround yourself with comfort and lovely objets in a tranquil and luxurious environment. If it were possible, you would live forever in a flower-filled room with soft music playing in the background.

Because you enjoy beautiful things, you are happy to spend your (and sometimes other people's) money on possessions that catch your fancy. You are the kind who will walk into a shop and instantly spot the perfect thing to go with what you have in a closet at home. The presentation and ritual surrounding a thing is as important to you as the thing itself. A meal served on fine china and crystal with embroidered linens, flowers and candles on the table is as important as the taste of the food itself.

The Moon in the balanced sign of Libra endows you with an open, independent mind that tries to evaluate the world dispassionately and rationally. A Moon in Libra also confers great personal charm and enhances the ability to get along with people. You are marvelous at understanding the other person's point of view (though you never lose sight of your own interest). For the most part you are pleasing and easy to live with and have a genial disposition. Libra is the astrological sign of partnership, and as a Moon native you function well in that relationship. Very often your destiny is tied up with a strong and influential person with whom you form a connection early in life. To a large extent, what you accomplish depends on other people.

Essentially you love with your head rather than your heart. There is something a bit calculated about your carefully balanced emotional nature. It is not that you are unemotional, but love is more an esthetic pleasure than steamy passion. You try to create something beautiful -- fanciful if need be -- from every intimacy. You may go through a number of affairs and marriages before you finally settle down with someone with whom you are mentally compatible (more necessary to you than sexual compatibility).

No matter what your sign may be, the Libra-Moon qualities of refinement and grace can be traced in your character. If your Sun is in a water sign (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces), Libra Moon underlines the intuitive side of your personality and gives you a strong, balanced intellectual approach. Whatever your Sun sign, a Moon in Libra gives you a polished, charming manner with people, an instinct for fairness, and artistic vision.


Marie Antoinette
Amelia Earhart
Sidney Poitier
Louis Armstrong
Henry Fonda
Barbara Stanwyck
Arthur Ashe
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Gloria Swanson
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Rose Kennedy
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Maria Callas
Rudolph Nureyev
Lana Turner
Frederic Chopin
Sylvia Plath
Rudolph Valentino
Walt Disney
Duchess of Winsor

EIGHTH HOUSE (House of Death and Regeneration; also Legacies)

This is the House of Death and Regeneration. The Eighth House is one of the three mystical houses in your chart (the others are the fourth and the twelfth), and one of the most difficult to understand. Sometimes called the House of spiritual transformation, it rules the life forces that surround sex, birth, death, and the afterlife. It concerns legacies and what you inherit from the dead - both materially and spiritually. Money that belongs to your partner, and taxes and debt are also in this House's domain. The Eighth House may give some indication of the conditions surrounding your death, although precise time always remains a mystery. Surgery is governed by this House, since it relates to regeneration. This is the House of psychic powers and occult studies and knowledge. SUN in (Planet of vitality and individuality): You are philosophical and have deep insights; you strive for self-improvement. You may benefit from inheritance or from money through a marriage partner. There is the possibility of achieving fame near the end of your life or after death. Good point: you take pride in responsibilities. Bad point: may suffer the early loss of father or husband. MARS in (Planet of energy and assertiveness): You are passionate about life and have a strong sex drive. You are attracted to the occult, also to medicine and the healing arts. There may be conflicts in your family over wills or legacies. Good point: powerful and brilliant researcher. Bad point: need to protect yourself against financial loss because of an extravagant partner.

MARS IN SCORPIO Mars in Scorpio underscores persistence and intensity. As a Mars-Scorpio you are a hard-driving and resourceful person whose strength is not so much shown in the heat of action as in determination and relentlessness. Your efforts are well disciplined, always directed toward a purpose. There are no wasted movements or needless expenditures of energy. You have a strong and deeply felt sexuality. However, it is sometimes an emotional sexuality, displayed in jealousy, anger, hurt feelings and resentment. Though it is possible for you to be ruthless in your relationships, you are far more often simply quarrelsome and touchy. This position of Mars enhances imagination and a powerful creative drive. You are always able to move an audience. Often you are attracted to professions or situations that contain an element of danger or death. MERCURY in (Planet of the mind): You have a penetrating mind and look for some way to communicate your insights. You have a talent for research and analysis. Money comes to you through other people or a marriage partner, but there may be insurance or legal problems. Good point: ability to see into human motivation. Bad point: may suffer the early death of a relative. MERCURY IN SAGITTARIUS If you have this position of Mercury you are quick and bright, breezy, to the point. You prize freedom of expression and cannot bear the thought of any power of censorship over what you have to say. Your mind is restless, inquiring, always looking for stimulation. You may jump from project to project or change jobs frequently. Travel is often involved in your work. Mercury-Sagittarians never stop learning; yours is an ongoing, lifetime education. You love to read, explore new ideas, learn about other people. You are fast on your feet and can grasp ideas instantly, but a frequent failing is your lack of concentration. Some people find you too blunt and outspoken, but that quality springs from Sagittarius's basic honesty. You never deliberately set out to deceive or dissemble; if you are tactless it's because you don't think before you speak. Sometimes you find it difficult to complete a long, sustained piece of work.

NINTH HOUSE (House of Mental Exploration) This is the House of Mental Exploration and Long Distance Travel. The Ninth House can be thought of as a widening of the Third House; study, travel, and mental pursuits are expanded in the Ninth House onto a much wider plane. This is the House of the higher mind. Under its domain are higher education, philosophy and the study in depth of profound subjects. Long journeys of both the mind and the physical body are controlled by this House. It concerns actual travel to foreign lands and business interests in other countries. It governs the meeting of foreigners who expand your way of thinking, and also the study of languages. The Ninth House rules your public expression of ideas, and is therefore the House of publishing and literary effort.

VENUS in (Planet of love and pleasure): You have warmth and understanding for people from different backgrounds. You are open to new ideas and experiences. Chances are good that you will receive some kind of honor in your life. You may possibly be married abroad or marry a foreigner. Good point: high ideals. Bad point: you long for the unattainable -- Nympholeptos.

VENUS IN SAGITTARIUS Venus-Sagittarians begin love affairs with a spirit of adventure. You like to experience the excitement of love in the same way you search for diversion in the rest of your life. First attractions are always wildly romantic; as a Venus-Sagittarian you never seem to have commonplace or banal love affairs. However, you cannot sustain the emotion, and therefore never completely sacrifice your freedom to another person. What you want is the unobtainable -- perfect love -- and even if you could find it you would shrink from being possessed by it. With such contradictory attitudes, it's no wonder you leave your lovers terminally puzzled. Basically, Venus-Sagittarians are high spirited, outgoing, and highly imaginative. You tend to attract powerful and influential friends and find it much easier to deal with friends than with lovers. For one thing, friendship is less demanding. Luck in creative affairs surrounds projects undertaken in foreign countries or far from home.

TENTH HOUSE (House of Career)This is the House of Career and Public Standing. Its opposite house (the Fourth House) rules the home; the Tenth House rules all matters outside the home - your profession, your status in the community, and your public reputation. It has been called the House of ambition, aspiration and attainment. This House also reveals in what esteem you are held by others. The Tenth House reflects your image, as shown in the power, position, and honors that you may achieve. It is an outward expression of your talents, the way you accept responsibility, the place you arrive at through your own efforts. This House has a great influence on your material success in life.

ELEVENTH HOUSE (House of Hopes and Wishes; also Friends )This is the House of Friends and of Hopes and Wishes. Unlike its opposite house (the Fifth House) with its concern for immediate pleasures, the Eleventh House has to do with long-term dreams and goals and with intellectual pleasures. This House governs your involvement with groups and organizations that have to do with your work, profession or family. The clubs, societies, or political associations you belong to are under its domain. This House often indicates the kinds of friends and acquaintances who can best further your interests and objectives in life. The Eleventh House reflects your ability to enjoy other people. On its highest level this House represents the harmonious working together of all people, each one doing what best expresses his or her individual personality. It is the House of idealism and vision.

TWELFTH HOUSE (House of Secrets, Sorrows and Self-Undoing)

This is the House of Secrets, Sorrows and Self-Undoing. It is the most mystical of all the Houses, the final House, the end of the circle. This is not necessarily a negative and gloomy place, but it does define the limitations placed on your life. It governs disappointments, accidents, trouble and self-defeat. It rules unseen forces, secret enemies, escapism, asylums, hospitals, and prisons. The twelfth House has been called the House of Karma, the House of Spiritual debt, for it contains the rewards and punishments for the deeds one commits in the world. It is associated with psychic powers and the ability to discover at last the meaning of life.

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