I believe in astrology. I know plenty of people don’t. So feel free to bypass this post if you are one of them. But if you can be convinced to believe, perhaps this will be interesting.
First I should say I’m an Aquarius. That means I’m socially conscious and passionate, if not somewhat stubborn. I support causes and groups of people. But that doesn’t necessarily mean I like all individuals. I’ve got a big heart, and I also have a lot of smarts. So don’t try to fool me with your Republicanisms. I’m also told I fall into the quirky category, preferring to do my own thing. As Prince said ” when they tell me to walk a straight line, I put on crooked shoes.” And they say I can be aloof at times, which, for some reason, doesn’t bother me. I fit the Aquarius profile pretty well.
I don’t read every horoscope. I think some astrologers are the real deal and others are simply aiming to fill the page of a magazine. The only general public (versus personal and in-person) astrologer I follow is Susan Miller. She writes a monthly horoscope. And almost every month I take something away from what she’s forecasted – from when not to spend money to the best days to rearrange furniture in my apartment. I trust Susan.
But something special has happened in May 2010. With the exception of the romance section, the entire Aquarius forecast is aimed directly at me. Instead of casually reading it, this month I carefully studied it.
I’d just like to breakdown some parts of the forecast to prove its legitimacy to you:
- You ended last month on a high note. The full moon of April 28 was to light your house of professional honors, achievement, and fame, so it could have been a very exciting and gratifying time when you see results for all the hard work you’ve done.
I finally received a decision from the University of Amsterdam on April 26th. I guess that preceded the full moon by a couple of days. But I don’t think the good news really registered or took effect until the 28th. So I’m assuming this is the exciting and gratifying time to which she’s referring. I definitely ended last month on a high note.
- Your home or other property has been on your mind lately as well, but you seem to be unsure if you should go ahead with a plan or not. You seem to be weighing your options.
Can we go back to the housing question for a second? I’m still weighing a few options. But unfortunately, student housing has been ruled out. Unless I’m able to find a loophole or they’re willing to make an exception, the student rooms don’t allow pets. And my cat is coming with me. So yeah, my future home has been on my mind quite a bit for the past month.
- Mercury is the planet of communication and thinking [and it is in retrograde]…You are an analytical, objective thinker by nature, which explains why you often find these Mercury retrograde periods so frustrating. These phases force you to slow down, and your intuition confirms this to be the right [thing] to do, but it doesn’t mean you like having to wait! Ha, ha, the genius of Aquarius is your proclivity for doing precisely the opposite of what anyone tells you to do, but this time I need you to listen to me!
This little tidbit means a whole helluva lot. She’s telling me to take a step back and relax before finalizing anything or shouting what I have planned from the rooftops. I can’t tell you how many times since April 26th I’ve been tempted to tell my job to shove it because I’m leaving. But with seven months left to maintain some sort of income, I need to avoid burning bridges before I cross them. So even when folks try to trap me into telling them more than they need to know (i.e. “we’re gonna need 6 to 12 months notice from you before you’re allowed to leave…ha ha.”), I need to keep my mouth shut. I’m continually reminding myself of Susan’s advice, and then to actually take the advice. Believe me when I tell you, this is much harder than it should be.
- You will have two weeks in which to begin your project…This does not mean you need to finish your plan, sale, or any other action in two weeks – of course not! It may take six months or more to see a conclusion to your endeavor, but what matters in astrology is when you begin, i.e., when you give birth to your endeavor. The changes you make in that two-week period have the power to change the course of your life for a year or longer, even forever.
I would argue that I’ve been planning for far longer than a two-week period. But since being admitted to the University, planning has certainly become an entirely new project now that it’s based in reality. But other than that, isn’t this crazy? Or am I just a little crazy?