Ceres in Capricorn

Kids say the darndest things, explained by astrology

In this hilarious article a NY teacher collected funny things her students said and posted them on Instagram. I decided to make this a teaching moment by taking some of the funniest ones and creating an imaginary astrological profile!  Enjoy.  😀

“I’m just going to put all the boys that want to marry me in a line and do eenie meenie miney mo.” Chloe, 4 years old.
– Sun in Aries, Venus in Libra, Mars in Scorpio

“I’m happy on the inside, I just don’t want to talk about it.”  anonymous, 5 years old.
– Saturn conjunct Taurus Sun

“If I don’t eat my snack right now I don’t think I’m going to make it.” anonymous, 6 years old.
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Sun, Mars, Mercury, and Jupiter in Cancer square Ceres in Capricorn

“I can’t swim today, I just got a haircut.” anonymous, 5 years old
– stellium of six planets in Libra

“He looked at me so he’s my boyfriend.”  Opal, 5 years old.
– Sun, Mars and Venus in Scorpio with Aries rising

“I’m afraid of school because I’m allergic to people. Kai, 5 years old.
– Sun/Ascendant in Pisces conjunct Saturn

“Why does it have to be called a question Mark? Why can’t it be called a question David?” David, 5 years old.
– Gemini Sun with Leo rising

“Sweatshirt, that’s not a present!”  anonymous, 3 years old.
– Sun in Capricorn, Libra rising and Aries Moon. 

“I don’t know what it is, but every time boys look in my eyes they fall in love with me.” Moselle, 6 years old.
– Libra rising and Venus in Libra, Scorpio Moon

“I need a break from my feelings right now.” Enya, 7 years old
– Virgo Sun with Moon conjunct Jupiter in Pisces. 

“I don’t need to learn to type.  I’ll just be signing autographs when I grow up.” anonymous, 10 years old.
– Leo Sun, Leo […]

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Ceres in Capricorn – practical ways to save the planet, and ourselves

Art by Jessica Galbraith

(A portion of this post comes from this much longer article if you’d like to read more.) . Ceres was first discovered in 1801 and immediately classified as a planet.  When Neptune was discovered in 1846, it was much larger than the other asteroids and was therefore retained as a planet and the others were demoted to the asteroid belt along with thousands more asteroids that were discovered over the next 200 years.   In 2006 when Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet, sending astrologers everywhere to quake in their boots for fear of Pluto’s retribution (just joking, friends!), Ceres was reclassified by the Astronomical Union as a dwarf planet along with Pluto.  However, NASA still classifies Ceres as an asteroid.

In any event, Ceres emergence as a dwarf planet coincided with the Kyoto agreement on climate change and the second hottest year on record.  Al Gore produced the film “An Inconvenient Truth” which arguably began the politicization of the climate debate.  You may remember from your mythology that Ceres is the Roman name for Demeter, the Goddess of the Grain. Demeter is an archetype for Mother Earth – unlike Gaia, a rather formless deity representing the Earth and likely was associated with pre-Olympian matriarchal religions, Demeter and then Ceres were human figures.  Ceres is a mother goddess, representing the sustenance of the Earth to feed humanity, as well as the cycles of life and fertility as well as deprivation symbolized by the loss of her daughter to the Underworld which resulted in starvation.

As I work with Ceres more in personal readings, it is becoming more clear to me that Ceres acts as a higher octave […]

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