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07-13-2006, 03:10 PM
I have three siblings..two sisters, and one brother who were all given up by my mother when they were small because she could not take care of them. Will I ever be reunited with them?
07-13-2006, 05:30 PM
I would upload your horary chart, but I do not know if you live in King's County, Delaware County, or Cattaraugus County...
07-13-2006, 05:48 PM
It's kings county:)
07-13-2006, 06:00 PM
What an intriguing horary chart! Pluto is conjunct the Nadir within minutes, the North Node is conjunct the Descendant, and Venus is conjunct the Midheaven! :eek:
07-13-2006, 06:11 PM
Arian, I am new to Horary astrology so I will need a little help in understanding all of this. I've been thinking about them alot lately. When I was about 5 years old my mom had a baby. He died a few days later. I was devestated! she then had two more little girls. Last time I saw them I was really young. I remember them vividly. She then had my other brother when I was a freshman in high school. My son looks just like him! she gave him up also. I have so much loss when it comes to my siblings.
My own son feels soooo much like my brother. I mentioned this in my post about my ex needing to grow up. I see all of my siblings in my son. Especially my baby brother who died. I believe my son is him re-incarnated. I really do:(
07-13-2006, 08:05 PM
I am quite inexperienced at horary astrology myself, but I believe your feelings regarding this situation are greatly symbolized by Pluto conjunct the Nadir. Pluto is the planet of transformation, of that which is hidden below the surface; the Nadir is the opposite point of the Midheaven, the fourth house cusp of family and home.
Although your natal Pluto is not located in the fourth house, I believe this interpretation from A Cosmic Journey: Pluto in the fourth house (http://www.myastrologybook.com/Pluto-in-the-fourth-house-4th-house.htm) may provide some insight into your horary chart:
Our emotional foundation and subconscious self-image based on early childhood experiences are established in the fourth house. The way we feel about ourselves is conditioned by our experience of our parentsí (or significant othersí) acceptance or rejection of us as we were growing up. From these experiences we developed our sense of belonging and our capacity to receive - and/or a sense of alienation and a difficulty or frozenness in receiving.
The fourth house rules the home, our family as a child and as an adult, the nurturing parent and our early experience of being nurtured, our most personal and intimate life, real estate and property, and our heritage and ancestry. Here is where we send down roots and establish a base of operations, find our limits, and generally secure ourselves. It is the end of any searching we might have done in the Third house, and thus rules the latter part of life. A planet here indicates the need for a stable emotional base in order to fill the needs of the house it rules. The more planets in this house, the more one tends to be subjective, personal, private or introverted.
Astronomically speaking, the fourth house is that one-twelfth sector of the local sky counter-clockwise from the nadir (see above picture) occupied by planets in the two hours before they reach the lowest point in the local sky.
In this incarnation you have chosen to learn to build inner security, rather than to derive it from external sources such as job, lover, family, etc. This occurs not by your becoming a rock or totally alienated from others, but rather by becoming more conscious of your unconscious patterns. As a child you may not have been recognized as the individual you are, nor had your emotional needs met by your parents. That forced you back on yourself, and reinforced the lesson not to depend externally on security. It is often the case that you have had prior life experiences of not having had your emotional or individuality needs met or recognized. You may thus come into this life with a great deal of need ready to be triggered, especially if you have karma with one or both of your parents around these issues. This heightened sensitivity and vulnerability on your part, coupled with this incarnationally repeating family pattern, produces a difficult cycle that needs to be made conscious and understood. It may be, however, that in order to learn the lesson of building security in yourself you have drawn a dominating or even abusive or cruel parent. You also tend to unconsciously pick partners who reflect the psychological makeup of one or both of your parents.
07-13-2006, 08:14 PM
:eek: WOW... that was something else. I was born with jupiter in my fourth house, and Capricorn is on the IC. My beloved granny wound up raising me. She was a Capricorn! That was an amazing article Arien. It was truly appreciated!.. I still wonder if I will ever meet them in the future.
07-13-2006, 08:29 PM
I still wonder if I will ever meet them in the future.
Perhaps a more experienced horary astrologer may be able to answer this question... ;)
07-13-2006, 10:30 PM
With the Moon VOC, this chart is saying that the current situation will not change. Sorry :(
07-13-2006, 10:39 PM
I figured that. I love them all dearly.
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