Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers.
The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules.
And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them.
About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things.
They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius.
Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.
I have no idea where this quote comes from, but my daughter built it into this picture (above) that she gave me.
My mother read it, turned to her and said, ‘well, this is your mother, alright!’
As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, Uranus touches most of my chart, but, given that it’s in opposition to my Ascendant, Sun and Moon, I tend to struggle with the concepts- going from chaos and rebellious individuality back to Piscean dreamer and right back again…usually in the blink of an eye.
For me though, it’s an aspect I need to get a handle on in order to be me in my most unedited, unapologetic form.
We’ll talk more about this another time, but for now, the important point is that Uranus transits points in our chart at the very time when it’s most important that we do seek and live with freedom and authenticity.
If you are receiving or expecting a Uranus transit, for a while- at least- you might just be able to identify with this too.
What will happen? Who knows- that’s the nature of Uranus. One thing I know for sure is the more you resist, the harder it will be.
If you want some hints on how to interpret your own transit:
- Look at the nature of the planet transiting (in this case Uranus) and look at the nature of the planet being transited and put some key words around each. The nature of Uranus is to electrify, to authenticate, to free. It is unpredictable, unexpected and unique to you.
- Check out the Outer Planets tab at the top of the page- here you’ll find some hints courtesy of Bernadette Brady’s The Eagle and the Lark.
- Work out the timing
- Check out also if any other outer planet transit is overlapping- there’s usually a theme to these things.
I’ve not long come out of a lengthy series of Uranus transits- hello, I’m Pisces personified, so whenever Uranus touched one of my Pisces planets, it was felt around the whole kite formation.
Taking the Uranus-Moon as an example, this is how it looked:
|Transiting Planet||Natal Planet|
|Natal House Location||7||1|
|Transit House Location||1|
|Houses ruled by planet||12||5|
Now, I’m not going to disclose what went on (it’s a 12th house secret)- let’s just say it involved things which brought me undone (12) and things I took a risk on and had some fun with (5).
Relationships (7) and myself (1) were where the trouble started, and at the end of it I was almost completely different (1). All the action was around me questioning me, needing to reinvent me, everything to do with me. For a while there, my Moon was very Aquarian.
It was a ride and a half that I’d do again tomorrow.
So, what is Uranus doing in 2013?
- Jan 2013 4 Aries 46’
- 17/7/13 Rx at 12 Aries 31’
- 17/12/13 Direct at 8 Aries 35’
The tighter the aspect, the more you will feel it.
You may feel the vibration of the conjunction, square or opposition up to 2 degrees out, you may not feel the easier aspects much at all- a lot will depend on how your relationship is natally with Uranus.
However you look at it, one phrase is common to all Uranus transits- each is a wake up call.
For other outer planet movements:
…I haven’t written the Pluto post yet!