The Stellium Generation

Kitchy

Banned
KScar -

You are born the same day and year as one of my son's best friends - I wrote about him in a thread, which I can't find, but will and when I do, I will forward it - but what you speak is what I've seen in him as well.

An unflinching desire to experience life at at the peak of mountain, knowing that he must look down the mountain and travail it for his path to the next mountain.

Never give up - Never surrender!

Tim Allen said that in a sci-fi comedy Galaxy Quest.

That movie was MADE for the '89 cap stellium and their parents.
 

winterwaltz

Active member
*raises hand* Although Uranus got squeamish and avoided that lovely sextile with my Scorpio Pluto!

I have Saturn, Uranus and Neptune all within 13 deg in Capricorn in the 3rd house. Pluto is in my 1st house in Scorpio. Here's my story :joyful:

I can't remember when I started writing, but I knew I was pretty hooked from a young age. I used to write stories, that stretched over time into possible novels, that I showed to absolutely no one but myself. Until a cousin of mine poked her nose in and started reading one of them, and told me that I could try being a writer.

So here I am now, after going through some major downs, becoming much more wiser, and somehow finding myself being drawn back to writing. I just started my writing blog, and it's going along much better than I initially expected. Wow. Honestly speaking, I don't know if I will pursue it as a career, but deep down, I know I will be much happier chasing this path instead of a 9 to 5 job.

Apparently my teachers couldn't handle me when I was younger, according to my mum - I was too "hyperactive" at 5 (Uranus?) ! Then in my teenage years, I was "too dreamy" (Blame it on Neptune?) :lol: Strangely enough, now I don't talk very much to people, out of this deep-seated concern that I would say something wrong, or stupid.

For the aspects, that Saturn sextile Pluto aspect hits the nail. My concentration is very intense - to the point that I would forget to eat or shower. My mum is good at reminding me...

Neptune sextile Pluto...not so much. I feel like I inhibit my own imagination to my own detriment!

My good friend was born a day before me and she has all three in the first house (Cap Asc). Very, very driven. Both of us have struggled with problems and beat them, with some encouragement from each other. I can't ask for a better friend.

In general, I have noticed this generation of people (88'-90') being much more serious than say, the 92' peeps.

Honestly speaking, part of me thinks I've talked way too much about myself, but if it can help someone else with that Cap stellium (i.e. if they can draw similarities with me and find comfort somewhat), I don't mind.
 

Kitchy

Banned
"In general, I have noticed this generation of people (88'-90') being much more serious than say, the 92' peeps." ~ WinterWaltz

Winterwaltz - I have noticed this, too - having known quite a few of my son's classmates and peers - the seriousness is tangible in many ways.

Let me ask all of you.... Think back on your 1st Jupiter returns at age 12-13 at Taurus or Gemini...

Can you think of ways that you found new faith or a sense of belonging to your place in the bigger world, scheme of things? And if so, how do you think your stellium aided or failed you at that time? Did you find an anchor (a skill, an activity, a belief system) that has led your direction in your lives since then?
 

Kscar

Well-known member
"In general, I have noticed this generation of people (88'-90') being much more serious than say, the 92' peeps." ~ WinterWaltz

Winterwaltz - I have noticed this, too - having known quite a few of my son's classmates and peers - the seriousness is tangible in many ways.

Let me ask all of you.... Think back on your 1st Jupiter returns at age 12-13 at Taurus or Gemini...

Can you think of ways that you found new faith or a sense of belonging to your place in the bigger world, scheme of things? And if so, how do you think your stellium aided or failed you at that time? Did you find an anchor (a skill, an activity, a belief system) that has led your direction in your lives since then?

Around that age I moved from a dabbler in astrology, to taking the craft very seriously. Or in an analogy, I stopped starring over the edge of the diving board and just dove right in. Also found a few peers I could actually hang out with, We act like total fools together, if your easily embarrassed, stay away from us in public.

The same could be said around 19-22, though since then it has always been there in the back of my mind at the very least. the very topic makes my heart beat normally instead of all over the place with anxiety. it works as a muse(I for it, it for I), and as a nerve pill in a way.
But the 1st Uranus square is for later. lets just say it was a can of worms.

Kind of hard to stay on track, most everything I have ever experienced in what I can remember has either undertones or over tones due to that stellium, transits, gotta love em. Might be editing this again later. Too easy to just yammer on about it. Especially with talking to the fool hardy crew about all this too, remembering things that went on back then... We are filling in each others blanks.
 
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Estrellero

Active member
The stellium of Saturn, Uranus and Neptune in Capricorn of 1989-91 marked the collapse of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; the current transit of Pluto through Capricorn marks the arise of Russian Federation as their geostrategic heir.
 

Kitchy

Banned
you make a good point, Estrellero. these stellium folks are "of a time" - and good Lord, what a time, eh? a time when the world never thought we'd see the fall of Soviet Union or Eastern bloc, but look at now - people in those regions realigning.
 

winterwaltz

Active member
"In general, I have noticed this generation of people (88'-90') being much more serious than say, the 92' peeps." ~ WinterWaltz

Winterwaltz - I have noticed this, too - having known quite a few of my son's classmates and peers - the seriousness is tangible in many ways.

Let me ask all of you.... Think back on your 1st Jupiter returns at age 12-13 at Taurus or Gemini...

Can you think of ways that you found new faith or a sense of belonging to your place in the bigger world, scheme of things? And if so, how do you think your stellium aided or failed you at that time? Did you find an anchor (a skill, an activity, a belief system) that has led your direction in your lives since then?

Hi Kitchy,

Sadly enough I don't recall much of my first Jupiter return, I was still stumbling around, although the question of the meaning of life was hanging around in my head (?) - but by the time of my second Jupiter return, I became interested in philosophy and religion, I was generally in a better state of mind in overall, and I had already solved that niggling question I wasn't able to solve as a kid :biggrin:
 

Kitchy

Banned
Heartbreak

Moon aspects with the Stellium.

How has Pluto Scorpio and Saturn Uranus Neptune sextile worked for you or failed you in heartbreak thus far? Through transits and natal aspects, can you share how you have dealt with heartbreak?
 

Dubyadude1986

Well-known member
Thanks for doing this Kitchy. I understand what you're doing here and it is noble. There are different kinds of intelligence. I think these placements are specifically about emotional intelligence a lot of the time.

I've got the stellium and then Pluto with Moon Mars from the 8th in scorpio in aspect to the three stellium planets in my MC.

I will come back and try to help, for now I would like to drop this very important dime, as it has related to my life with these aspects:

"You Cannot make everyone think and feel as deeply as you do.

This is your tragedy,

because you understand them, but they ("may") not ( add "ever") understand you."
- Unknown <3
 

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Kitchy

Banned
Dub -

that is nice what you linked.

i was talking to my son last week, he is of the '89 cap stellium and moon cancer from 7th opposes all of the stellium.

he only just disclosed to me of his heartbreak break-up with the first woman he was in true love with. he said she 'tortured him' emotionally and when he finally had enough and broke up with her - she went right into a relationship with one of his good friends.

my son told me that he couldn't eat, couldn't sleep - that he was consumed with heartbreak and pain and anger and confusion.

mind us all - pluto running it's depth diving survival course across the stellium. evidently, according to his accounts - she told him AND showed him of her evil ways - but he felt convinced and confident that she was just putting on a show and that she just felt bad about herself and was doing that to scare him away.

i told him, upon hearing that, "when someone shows you or tells you who they are - believe them!" and act accordingly.

when the flags are tossed - pay attention to them.

i am aware that the cap stellium / pluto folks have had a lot of flags tossed in front of them in life - that it is a never-ending journey - but to always heed the initial approach of the ally or enemy and know the difference.

twenty years from now - maybe even 10 - you, my son, the other me's of the world - the ones with good saturns - look back on these trials and say "i made it through" -

as a soldier, like i always called my son, look at the battles you've been through and see that are still standing.

xoxo
 

Dubyadude1986

Well-known member
There's a lot of things in the way of a normal life for many with the ability to feel to that depth. One can only tolerate so many betrayals before negative effects occur. Even if they maintain mentally, it can eat them alive physically.

Purpose can and will be achieved. Normal routine lives to go home to, as we've seen since 2001 in the U.S., have often not been achievable for many.

My ego completely dissolved during my Saturn return. I don't know if those types of trees grow back or not.

Mercury is in-between Neptune and the other two stellium planets. Neptune is in Cap, Merc at 29 in the middle, the other two in Sag.
 
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