Archive for March 5th, 2010
Congratulations are in order!
Last evening, if you were watching The Office, you know that a small bundle of joy was born to characters Jim and Pam after much comic stalling by Pam who really didn’t want to go to the hospital at all.
Been there, felt that way! But newborn babies can’t wait, so, by my observance, the blessed event occurred at 9:30 pm est, and I’ve set baby Cecilia Marie’s natal chart for Scranton, PA. (chart not shown.)
With a late Libra Ascendant, this young lady will be attractive and her Sun Pisces/Moon Scorpio blend (Water-Water) indicates a strongly intuitive nature, rich imagination, and a talent for psychological insight but with a tendency toward stubbornness. Perhaps she’s an artist like her mother (who stubbornly refused to go to the hospital)!
She (if she actually existed) will be very passionate and interested in what’s under the surface. Strong and intense, Cecilia will be able to see through to anyone’s motives and will embrace the tragi-comedy facets of life in similar fashion to her imaginary parents on show.
She’ll have tenacity, an interest in sensationalist topics, and a love of spending time on her own though she may tend to subjectively rely too heavily on personal opinion in making decisions.
There are two ‘Images for Integration’ given for the Sun Pisc/Moon Scor blend:
“Longfellow’s poem ‘The Secret of the Sea’…Steinbeck’s novel ‘The Grapes of Wrath.’ ” (‘Sun Sign-Moon Sign’ Chas & Suzi Harvey.)
Hmm…’The Grapes of Wrath’? Well, little Ceclia was born during a time very similar in nature to the Great Depression era, wasn’t she?
But her Sun/Moon trine (0A27) may see her through with grace and style – along with a very feisty out-of-bounds Mars Rx in Leo at Midheaven – so close to his Direct Station on March 10!
Now we all know of Washington’s fuzzy math tendencies but perhaps there’s something just released that offers some small encouragement:
NPR BREAKING NEWS: Unemployment Rate Unchanged At 9.7 Percent
U.S. employers cut a smaller than expected 36,000 jobs in February, leaving the unemployment rate unchanged at 9.7 percent, according to a government report on Friday which said it was unclear how severe weather had impacted payrolls.
More at NPR.