©3-10-2011 by Donna Cunningham
I don’t know about you, but it’s seemed like the Cosmic Soup has been pretty thick and murky these last few days.
What’s that, you ask?
It’s that big vat of feelings and situations simmering on the back burner in our Collective Kitchen all the time. We’re all feeding on it. What’s in the pot changes every day, and we don’t know what we’ll get, but the pot is always there.
For me, it’s been a general funk. I don’t want to write, can’t think of anything worth writing, ready to believe I might never write again. I’m bored to death with everything—nothing I want to do, nothing I want to read, nothing I want to watch, and nobody I want to get together with.
And when I call somebody to bitch and moan about my mental state, rather than sympathizing like a good friend would, they tell me that I’m not all that special, because they and everyone else they know are in exactly the same state of mind.
That’s when I know it’s time to haul out the ephemeris and see what’s going on with the Cosmic Soup.
It looks like an electric malfunction—Uranus AND Mercury are conjunct at 29° Pisces, poised to leap in tandem into Aries any minute. They’re like a loose wire, misfiring in the Neptunian fog.
Not only that, but Neptune itself is poised at 29° Aquarius all month, ready to ooze into Pisces for the first time in our lives. So it’s a murky, jerky Neptunian soup we’re in.
How about you? Are you chowing down on Cosmic Soup with the rest of us? If so, maybe these articles from Skywriter’s archives will help you sort it out. (If it’s especially thick where you are, start here: Neptune and the Cosmic Soup–How Psychic Contagion Depletes Us .)
UPDATE: Tonight, on the 10:00 PM news, they are announcing an 8.9 earthquake in Japan, with aftershocks in the 6s and 7s, along with a tsunami of 30′ waves. Perhaps those of us 0n the West Coast/Pacific Rim were responding to the buildup of pressure leading to it.
I just checked the earthquake map for Oregon, and yesterday we had a 5.0. I am extremely sensitive to even 2.0 tremors here in Oregon. I feel quite an erratic mess for a day or two beforehand and then rapidly settle down after. One symptom that should alert me that a quake is impending is when I start thinking I ought to make an appointment with a neurologist. Donna
A retrospective of Uranus in Pisces:
- Three Things I’ve Loved about Uranus in Pisces
- Betty White—the Very Essence of Uranus in Pisces
- Celebrating the Last–and Future–Uranus in Pisces Generation
- The Mars-Uranus Conjunction in Pisces and Children Born with it
- Neptune & Uranus in Mutual Reception
Looking ahead to Uranus in Aries:
- Uranus in Aries and the Cosmic Soup
- Uranus in Aries—a Heads Up for the Accident Prone
- Uranus in Aries & Flower Essences–8 Years of Significant Change Ahead
- Relocating under Fire? Help from Astrology and Essences
And from the 2010 Blogathon, in which 70 astrology blogs joined to explore the implications of the Cardinal Cross, here’s Auntie Moon’s collection of articles about the various ways Uranus in Aries may affect us: Uranus in Aries: Claiming a Self-Reliant Future
So, Readers, how are you doing? Are you in the Soup? Are you relieved that Uranus is crossing into Aries? Or do you worry about it? Share your thoughts about the crossover in the comment section.
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