I am from Puerto Rico.
I've been interested in astrology since I was a child. I always loved to read, in part because it also was an escape from my troublesome home. As any kid, I liked fairy tales, etc, but when the fairy tales bored me, I moved to read greek mithology. From there to astrology, it was just a step.
I joined here because I was interested in knowing about Michael Jackson Natal and death chart.
Today I tried to post a reply about someone who was asking about mars in the 12th house, but this site continued to deny my post. I also had to "log in" several times, even when I was already logged. I do not understand much yet of this site, but as always, I am ready to learn. I would like that someone could give me some pointers about this particular situation.
Any way, I will try to post "here" what I could not post in the Michael Jackson Thread.
Mars in the 12th - Mars in the twelfth house
"With Mars in the Twelfth House you are likely to exert your energy and initiative in secret or secluded work or some form of social or humanitarian activities. You have an inherent sympathy for, and empathy with, other people and a desire to work for the good of others. Your refined and sensitive nature is well-suited to artistic, creative and imaginative endeavour - such as religious and spiritual work, music, romantic literature or cultural projects. Energy levels can fluctuate day-to-day, much depends on your emotional state of mind. Frequent periods of quite and solitude are necessary in order to recharge your energies. On occasion you can be devious, escapist, evasive, gloomy, indolent, changeable, irresolute, indecisive and inclined towards self-deception."
Mars in 12th house-restricction of male energy.
Following the news about the declarations of the nanny of the kids of Michael Jackson, the role of Dr. Conrad Murray and the themes/roles of the mother and the father in the life of the King of Pop, an analogy came to my mind: Maybe, as in his childhood, in the last part of his life, Michael's life was between the "mother" who tried to save him, but did not had the resources or power to do so, and the man-father figure who (allowing reasonable doubt), even with the best intention at heart, finally hurt/kill him.