astrology for october 3 2012, astrology october 3 2012, deception, Gore Vidal, romance, Sonny Bono, venus enters virgo, venus opposes neptune
“We’re never so vulnerable than when we trust someone – but paradoxically, if we cannot trust, neither can we find love or joy.” Walter Anderson
Relationship Venus enters the discriminating realm of Virgo the Virgin (2:59 am EDT), for the next three weeks. This may translate into our being more selective and analytical in romance and partnerships.
However, today, with Venus’s opposition to elusive Neptune in Pisces, our vulnerabilities may be on the rise. Venus-Neptune can blur boundaries. Sometimes with this aspect we also feel that we have to give much more than we get.
Also on the shadow side there’s greater potential for some deceit with this influence, including the self-generated kind.
Additionally, Venus-Neptune has been known to produce some odd pairings. Such as unions with partners who are on completely different wavelengths. Mia Farrow, for instance, has this configuration in her chart and she married Frank Sinatra. Sonny Bono also had this same influence and he, of course, tied the knot with Cher. “Summer and Winter were not supposed to fall in love.” Julie Kagawa
Famous October 3 Birthdays: Al Sharpton, Gore Vidal. “Style is knowing who you are, what you want to say, and not giving a damn.” Gore Vidal
candle heart: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1381072
Venus opposite Neptune celebs: http://www.cafeastrology.com/natal/venusneptuneaspects.html
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I love the quote but it’s by Walter Anderson. Frank Crane compiled a book of inspiring quotes, perhaps this was one of them.
Patrice Thompson said:
Thanks for letting me know! I took the quote from a popular quote site.
No worries…he was an amazing writer and painter, just wanted to make sure he got his credit! 🙂
Patrice Thompson said:
I went ahead and changed it. Thanks, again!