Saturday, July 5, 2008



When the Sun sits in the Twelfth House, then you are not really one who likes to put yourself firmly in front of the spotlights, on centre-stage, although you do pull the strings and direct the flow of action from behind the scenes. You might well work as a ‘Film Director’, one who directs the cutting and tells the editor which parts of the film to cut out and re-piece so the bad is ejected.
It can be that, while the ‘Stars’ the big names of the ‘Dream World’ are set up on pedestals and worshipped by the masses, behind it all, you are the one who makes it all work, the one who can undermine and scupper the lot if you have a mind to. You are the ‘Stars’ benefactor.

You feel that you have the power to make dreams come true, a true ‘Self-Believer’, even though there are times when you lose the sense of confidence and might simple ‘Vanish’ for a while, hiding in solitude, deep in your office or in some dark corner, out of sight.
At such times you will seek forms of relief and can even say a secret prayer, maybe even stay at some religious retreat so that you can rest in retreating. While others might thing, or feel, they know you, your make-up is somewhat complex and others might have no idea about what is going on inside your mind or your feelings.

There can come a time when you feel just like walking away from it all, turn your back on the ‘Human Rat-Race’, simply vanish, change your whole course of action and drift into a new life, a new beginning, so that it becomes the end of the ‘Glitz and Glamour’ and the start of a life which seeks out the ‘Light of the Truth’, that you go on a quest to find yourself and the deeper meaning to life. You do have a yearning to fulfill dreams, to make them come true, yet there is this complexity within you which feels guilt at wanting so much. It can just be that you sacrifice dreams for a higher ‘Vision’!

1 comment:

Levi Fuentes said...

I'm a Solar Sagittarian with the 12th House. What you write is truly insightful and makes a lot of sense. Thank you for this delightful piece of insight. Please keep writing :)