Flaming Gay Men Who Are Queens/Kings/Priests/Wizards Like to READ People!--or they did in the '70s & '80s. Let's Do Some Reading:

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    Nov 10, 2013 6:14 AM GMT
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    One Queen Priestess reads this simply in two words:

    Dominant Jupiter

    Another Royal, a King Priest reads this:

    Bundle chart in Achievement area of chart with North node ( future goals) in personal values house outside of bundle.

    This person tends to have "tunnel vision" focusing on using your relationships to do things in the outer world but your goal in life is to develop your own personal values.

    This will require you stepping WAY outside of your comfort zone.

    I, the Real Jock Priest of Global Astrology say this:

    Yes, I see the bundle in the chart. Looking at the north node placement, I'm saying use the strength of your bundle to find earning capacity and self worth.
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    Nov 10, 2013 6:24 AM GMT
    Alright, it's time for this wizard to quote someone who knows about the Neptune Pluto Sextile:

    The Generation of Neptune sextile Pluto

    The previous generation born with Neptune sextile Pluto (l837-1851) needed to believe in the individual, and in a cosmos both sympathetic and infinitely pliable. It believed that it was the function of the state to serve the individual rather than vice versa, and as a result its statesmen were neither great innovators nor inspired leaders. Clemenceau, Cleveland, Hindenburg, McKinley were noted for their sterile conservatism and their defense of profit and privilege.

    This generation was less interested in ultimate ends and meanings than in ways of getting things done. It loved to tinker, and it produced the great experimenters Bell, Edison and Burbank. Its scientists were not so much theoreticians as experimentalists: Michelson, Cantor, Pavlov, Krafft-Ebing made great contributions to the methodologies of their respective disciplines but they are most notable for the questions which their new techniques stirred up, but left unanswered.

    Even the literature of this generation was marked by technical refinement and scientific precision. Zola, Henry James, Strindberg, Maupassant wrote about human behavior from the standpoint of objective psychology, reporting even life's sordid and seamy side with clinical detachment.

    In art Neptune sextile Pluto represents technique rather than content, such as the transient light effects of the Impressionists Monet, Renoir, Cezanne, Gauguin; or in an earlier Neptune sextile Pluto generation, the balance and geometrical perfection of High Renaissance artists such as Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian. Impressionism is considered the beginning of modernism in art because these painters were the first to regard the act of painting as a technical process more important than an accurate depiction of subject matter.

    Neptune sextile Pluto was usually more interested in form than in substance. It believed that form was substance, that technique was an end in itself. It loved to objectively analyze intuitive impressions, to give its instinctive feelings a whirl. The sextile is the most pragmatic and opportunistic of the aspects, and with Neptune sextile Pluto, anything realizable was justifiable: whatever seemed to work was considered good. This generation regarded the world as a laboratory in which to tinker, and it identified human progress with efficiency and technical advancement.

    Bob Markransky
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    Nov 10, 2013 6:55 AM GMT
    look at that 7th house of partnerships!
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    Nov 10, 2013 6:56 AM GMT
    and wow, no distractions coming from the 5th house.