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Unread 01-14-2019, 05:31 PM
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Re: Placements for writers

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Her MC is part of a nice Earth Grand Trine. [MC trine Merc/Venus trine Uranus/Neptune]

Her MC is 15 Virgo, trining the Uranus/Neptune conjunction which is @ 17 Cap.

Also, her chart is a bucket, with everything below the horizon, except Jupiter, in the 9th, @ 5 Virgo.

She does a lot of international travel for work and Jupiter rules her Sag ascendant.

Mercury, ruler of the MC is in the 6th, @ 20 Taurus, trining the Uranus /Neptune and the MC.
That sounds like a good indicator for public success for her talents, especially the Sag ASC with Jupiter's placement in the 9th approaching the MC.

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Unread 04-02-2019, 12:04 AM
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Re: Placements for writers

I use midpoint combinations together with the aspects and configurations. I use Quintile, bi-Quintile, semi-square, and sesquiquadrate. I find that Moon with Asc, MC, Desc, IC, or Moon aspecting the midpoint of these is very good. Saturn/Neptune can help. These help with a poetic flare in the writing.

Of course anything that emphasizes Mercury helps, for instance Mercury in Virgo or 6th house is common, but most of all are mp pictures or configurations of three or more in combination. Mercury/Jupiter/Uranus (novelist, very original, witty reparte), Mercury/Jupiter/Neptune (fiction especially), Mercury/Jupiter/Pluto (literary, crime novels) various combinations of these in midpoint pictures or configurations. Or simply Mercury/Neptune or Mercury/Jupiter or Mercury/Pluto.

Mercury/Jupiter/Uranus need not be fiction.
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Unread 04-17-2019, 10:05 PM
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Re: Placements for writers

Avid writer since a kid, though have never pursued publishing. It's just something I enjoy. Lots of journaling, poetry, short stories.

Gemini rising, with Mercury in Scorpio (I love the deep dark spooky psychological stuff) in the 6th (can become obsessed with the details), tightly conjunct south node, trine moon and square midheaven.

I think strong Mercury indicates a writer in general, and perhaps aspects to the moon or Neptune would indicate a poet. Jack Kerouac had his moon tightly conjunct his Virgo ascendant, with Mercury in the 6th in Aquarius.
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Re: Placements for writers

I probably came here a bit too late...
I love writing ,it's one of my passions,but I'm not sure if I can still pursue it...
I have a tight Venus-Neptune conjunction in 3rd house Aquarius, opposed by Jupiter in 9th house Leo.I have a Cancer Moon and a Virgo MC,and my Sun,Mercury and Uranus are in 4th house Pisces...
been looking for a post like this,it's so interesting!
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