Mercury On Gemini 10: An Airplane Performing A Nosedive

 In Lunar Stories by Lynda Hill


A Plane Performing A NosediveThis degree, especially with Mercury on it (the Trickster) tends to speak of some kind of nose-dive situation, or, a situation of loop-de-loop. Things are fine as long as one feels that they are still in control… that they have the pilot’s seat and are just fooling around or seeing how far they can push the limits. Things get sticky if the downward trajectory is fooled with for too long and a crash could result… particularly with Neptune in Pisces squaring Mercury exactly at the moment… AND, how amazing, Neptune is on Pisces 10: AN AVIATOR IN THE CLOUDS. Below is my Daily Rave about this. 

(This is more amazing than it might appear – when Elsie Wheeler, the extraordinarily gifted spiritualist medium, gave birth to the Sabian Symbols in 1925, she didn’t know which degree she was giving which Symbol (Symbol = phrase)… she was not into the zodiac. Marc Edmund Jones, who did the ‘experiment’ that was the Sabian Symbols with Elsie, said that Elsie was like a fresh or blank slate as she’d been hidden away in the Home For The Incurables in Saint Louis for thirty years… amazing story. So, amazingly, Gemini 10 is the airplane performing a nosedive, and Pisces 10 is an aviator in the clouds (you can’t make this stuff up – it is astounding).

So, with Mercury and Neptune squaring each other, we need to remember what is true, what is worthy, what is possible (even in flights of fancy) and what is worth pursuing… still, Mercury is trine the Moon’s north node, so that brings some sense of reassurance that we can be on the right track. We can play with gravity, but it can backfire on us if we don’t pull out of situations that are going against out best interests.

This situation implies an ability to be able to play with and defy gravity while maintaining a sense of being in control and able to pull out of difficult situations. Your situation may seem to be heading for disaster, but perhaps you can still be in control, and, at the right moment, you’ll be able to pull out of the nosedive and save the day. The question is: do you really always have an adequate grip on the controls? Are you, or is someone else, actively working against people’s best interests? Imagine yourself regaining control, physical, mentally, emotional or spiritually and pull yourself out of the nose dive and you’ll become stronger and will enjoy the experience at the same time.

Plunging into experiences without thought of ramifications. If you become conscious you may be protected (and saved) at the last moment. Daredevil stunts. Depression.

The Caution: Refusing help even though disaster is imminent. Free falls, defying gravity and the consequences. Shakeups. Neglect of physical realities. Crashing and burning.

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