I like to do these storytelling episodes where I look back at maybe a month or two worth of planetary transits and pluck out fun, poignant, beautiful, or sad stories that illustrate the planetary archetypes at work in people's lives. When you hear these stories, they have a way of filling you up and reminding you that astrology is beautiful, that we live in a beautiful Cosmos, and that we're fortunate to have something like astrology in our lives helping us make sense of our time here.
Hey everyone, this is Acyuta-bhava from Nightlight Astrology, and today is dedicated to hearing your stories about the planetary transits. So we're doing another grabbed episode today. If you don't know what that is, you'll find out. At the end of every episode, I always tell people to use the hashtag grabbed and share a story; tell us about how one of the planetary transits that we've been talking about has shown up in your life. And then occasionally, I like to do these storytelling episodes where I look back at maybe a month or two worth of planetary transits. And I pluck out stories that are really funny or poignant, or, or beautiful or sad, that illustrate the planetary archetypes at work in people's lives.
I like doing this because astrology without the actual stories and reflections upon the transits. It's just a spin of information, and it feels like it's never-ending, and people get exhausted by it. When you hear these stories, they have a way of filling you up and reminding you that astrology is beautiful, that we live in a beautiful Cosmos, and that we're fortunate to have something like astrology in our lives, helping us make sense of our time here.
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All right, well, your stories are fantastic. And these go all the way back into the summer. We're in right now as I'm making this as my middle of September 2022. These date back until, say, July and August, and September of 2022 collectively. I hope that you will enjoy them. So they're kind of all over the place. Some there'll be, but there are certain transits that I chose to focus on that were big ones. Recently Venus in Virgo was square to Mars, and Gemini had some good stories that came in very recently. Some of these are the kinds you would read in an astrology textbook. Some of them you couldn't even imagine, but they fit with the archetypes so perfectly. So here we go.
Venus square Mars, hashtag grabbed my boyfriend and I are going through a breakup. I feel like we should end it; the more I present my reasoning for why the more he clings on to me; we absolutely cannot agree on our ideas. I want freedom and independence. He wants long-term commitment. It's such a difficult situation because not only do we disagree, he has become emotionally unstable at the thought of leaving him, which makes me feel like I just can't leave, no matter how certain I am that it's the right thing to do.
Your statement that we're in a bit of a diplomatic knot with potential tension in relationships feels incredibly fitting for me right now. The more I pull, the tighter things get. I appreciate the idea of approaching this with curiosity, patience, and care that there could be a compromise. That is also my hope. Well, good luck to you guys. That's a very typical thing that I'm hearing from a lot of people during the recent Venus-Mars square. As I'm making this, we've still got, you know, Venus in Virgo and Mercury's retrograde in Libra and so forth. So it's, been a lot for a lot of people.
I'm a Virgo rising; Venus just entered Virgo. So this is a little bit ago when Venus enters Virgo. Just as Venus enters Virgo. Today is my day off, and I was showering and preparing to make love with my partner and about to light a candle when suddenly I wondered if burning candles releases toxic chemicals. I went down a wormhole researching the volatile organic chemicals candles release and whether my candle was toxic or not before I realized that I was being grabbed by Venus in Virgo. And then he goes on to say if you're curious, here's my research. You can imagine like you're getting ready to make love with your partner, and you're like, Hold on just a second. I gotta research the chemicals in these candles. I thought that was perfect.
Oh, this one is very interesting. This was a moon Jupiter conjunction. So Jupiter is in Aries. The moon was in Aries, conjoining Jupiter, and this person experienced this.
I was dropping my friend off at her hotel. She is a veterinarian visiting town for a Holistic Veterinary convention. We walked into the lobby, and there was a street dog that had walked into the lobby and sprawled out on the floor, breathing heavily and drooling. He had just collapsed from the heat and apparently come into the hotel, and I'm kind of skipping over some of the details. But so you can imagine this dog who's overheated collapses into a hotel filled with holistic veterinarians who are there for a conference as the moon is moving into conjunction with benefic Jupiter. The dog was immediately surrounded by a circle of convention goers. Of course, the dog was all of them veterinarians tending to this dog with various modalities. It was almost surreal to set them set up this triage in the middle of a fancy hotel, they had gadgets everywhere, and they were working together like an ER team, but none of the vets knew each other they were all just working for the common cause of saving the animals life. Jupiter was just conjoining the moon, and I thought of all of the places for a dog to collapse; the best place would be in a hotel full of veterinarians. They stabilized the dog enough so he could be transported to an emergency clinic.
Isn't that beautiful? Wow, that's such a moon Jupiter conjunction kind of story. The moon is moving into conjunction with Jupiter, and by the way, in case you don't know this, in ancient astrology, the moon was associated with wandering or lost animals or pets. And animals in general sometimes get the signification of the moon, especially a dog, you know, the idea of the dogs howling at the moon. So the moon conjoined with Jupiter right as a dog finds its way in the heat. Now, this is in a fire sign to fiery moon, fire sign Jupiter, and heat exhaustion stumbling into a hotel full of veterinarians blew my mind. I mean, isn't this why you love astrology? It's why I love it. I can't get enough of this. That's amazing.
All right, how about this one? As a Sagittarius, rising Virgo is my 10th house that'd be the career house. I'm a gardener slash farmer. So, at any rate, because this is as Venus is then going into Virgo in the 10th house, my doctor informed me that I need to see a dermatology specialist and plastic surgeon. My life has come to a halt at a critical time in the gardening growing season, and I can't go out in public or in the sun because of this hideous tumor on my face that needs to be tested for skin cancer.
Wow. So you can imagine Venus enters its fall in her career house and she's a farmer gardener, and she gets this really bothersome tumor on her face that needs to be checked out, and she then has to start researching plastic surgeons to prepare it as Venus enters Virgo in the 10th house of a gardener Wow. Well, we all pray and hope that you are doing okay and that you're healing up well.
This one was interesting Mars ingresses into Gemini and moves into my second house. Identity theft, bank account drained. How long is this? That last line. How long is this? Yeah, yeah, that sucks. That would be a very Mars in Gemini-like thing to potentially happen in your second house. I'm really sorry. That sucks.
How about this one Mercury opposite Jupiter? Now Mercury in Libra opposite Jupiter in Aries has been going back and forth over the course of the past month or so. This person writes in; Mercury opposes Jupiter. Remember this Mercury is also turning retrograde. I've been housing a friend of mine rent-free since January when she came to my house asking to spend the night because she lost her job and was going to be homeless. I nursed her through COVID, stayed up late nights to help her talk through her troubles, helped her through depression, and did everything I possibly could to support her. But she just kept spiraling out of control and calling in chaos, and with everything that she did, it came to a point where I no longer felt safe in the house with her. My partner and I recently made the decision to finally put down a boundary that she needed to find help elsewhere, which was a really difficult decision and difficult to carry out. Since then, she sent me nasty texts accusing me of being many things I won't mention. I've tried to be kind and firm, but sometimes it feels like there's only so much you can do.
Yeah, so having to make a declaration, a proclamation, sitting down with someone and being like, look, here's the thing, you have to leave. Very Mercury in Libra opposite Jupiter in Aries-like moment, and the fact that she would become really combative is unfortunate, but it sounds like you did the right thing. And I think it's true like you can only give so much before a person really needs to, you know, take a little bit more responsibility or accountability as well. And certainly, if you're, you know, if you're not doing that, you can end up enabling someone or maybe even harming yourself, so neither of which are good outcomes, in my humble opinion. So that's a tough one. But isn't it amazing that you can reflect on and see the planets in the midst of that decision? It gives you a sense that you're doing the right thing, or at the very least, the situation you're in and the complexities of that situation are held in the sacred resemblance of the sky.
How about Venus square Uranus from earlier this summer laughing out loud as I begin this episode. This morning, I quite aggressively proclaimed to my hubby that I am done with sugar and junk food. My new philosophy is, if I wouldn't serve it to God, then it doesn't pass my lips as I am part of the whole, like so serious and righteous and firm about changing my Venusian eating habits right now, dammit. First of all, I will argue that God probably does like pie, so maybe you need to chill out. But yeah, anyway, it is such a Venus Uranus moment to have a sudden declaration that God would not eat sweets and that I'm not going to eat junk food or whatever. Good luck, maybe the most, you know, rebellious and outlandish thing we could possibly say is that God made sweets there wouldn't be here without Him. And God made Doritos. I don't know why but; I'm just playing.
Alright, how about Mars square the sun? This one, to me, is sort of like, wow, this is an intense story. But it is also such a hashtag-grabbed moment. Last night I was meeting a friend by a peaceful now this is Mars square the sun. Last night I was meeting a friend by a peaceful river spot in town when a little muscle car convertible full of teenage boys came zooming into the small parking lot of tear at a terrifyingly high speed aimed right at me, and started spinning around doing donuts and wheelies. It's a small parking lot by a popular river spot and trailhead, and I was absolutely enraged and I, very out of character, started yelling and cursing at the boys, telling them they were effing idiots and going off on them about how stupid and irresponsible they were being. All of my training and nonviolent communication, and conflict mediation flew right out the window. That sounds about right.
Then about an hour later, I was making my way back to my car with my friend. When a dog who was off leash started barking, snarling and coming toward us pretty aggressively, it felt like the dog was going to attack us. We were looking around for the owner and saw a woman across the parking lot who wasn't really doing anything to call her dog or intervene. So my friend asked her to call her dog, and the woman yelled at us as if she was offended that we were asking her to get her dog away from us. And my friend and her proceeded to get into a yelling match, also extremely out of character for my friend. You guys are just like getting into a brawl at the park, first with the teenage muscle car guys and then with the dog walker. We both got into my car, and we were like, what the heck is happening tonight in this parking lot? I go here all the time and normally have completely peaceful interactions. But apparently, we were all getting grabbed by Mars squaring the sun. Isn't that beautiful?
Yeah, that's just; I mean, at least you can see the planets there. Do you know what I mean? Like, yeah, I mean, even if you had gotten bit by a dog, you could be like, Well, shit, you know, the sun. Mars in the sun just bit me. Glad that didn't happen. Or if you had ended up hauling off and trucking one of the kids in the face. God forbid, you'd be like, that's from the sun and Mars, you bastards. My astrologer told me! So, I love that you have a background in nonviolent and when you call it nonviolent, communication, and conflict mediation because the thing is, now you have stories now, you have deeper empathy for teaching that to other people. You'll be like, peaceful, you know, nonviolent communication and brass knuckles, hand them out at your conferences. You can have little seminars you can. Alright, I'm done.
Okay, Mercury opposite Neptune. I had originally purchased a ticket to a psychedelic art show here in San Diego. I'm not a psychedelic enthusiast, but I had my fair share of trips. You probably are, then. A few days before the show, one of my employees who attends Bastyr. I own and operate an atomic tonic herb-infused sea moss company here invited me to a Bastyr birthday party at his mansion. All right, so I thought, yeah, you're definitely into psychedelics. Come on, let's be real. So I forgot my ticket to the art show and decided to sponsor this birthday party with my sea moss instead, figuring it'd be a fun networking opportunity.
When I arrived at the party, now this was Mercury opposite Neptune. It was definitely high-end, filled with lots of characters. I noticed that at the drink station, there were several types of elixirs for people to help themselves to. There was one particular drink, of course, there was; that had lemon ginger cayenne GT'S KomBucha and psilocybin mushrooms. There it is. You knew it was coming. I assumed that it wasn't so strong. So I had about half a glass. Next to it was a Hrachca drink infused with THC and CBD. All right, I see where this is going. I had half a glass of that too. Next to that one was a fresh passionfruit white wine elixir; of course, I had to try that. I never drink alcohol. Very rarely smoke weed and go on one to two conscious mushroom journeys a year on average; yeah, you are definitely into psychedelics.
About 20 minutes later, I felt my entire body go numb; I was blasted. I could hardly talk to anybody for about two hours. So I walked down to the empty pool and just laid there staring at the trees. It was pleasant, but one of those experiences where it felt like you were in some trippy movie; well, I feel like I'm in one right now. As it turned out most everywhere everyone there who had a glass of that mushroom elixir was tossed off the rocker. The entire party was a bunch of naturopathic students tripping balls. It was really fun. But man, was I hung over the next day. There were some moments throughout the night that were totally on par with the energy of Mercury opposite Neptune, Some? Just a few? That's a great story. I think it's amazing that you were there with a group of students very mercurial who were all out of their minds on, you know, sort of psychedelic extravaganza with mercurial Knowledge Seekers. That's interesting.
The day Mars moved into Gemini moving into my first house that's the place of health and vitality. I went into AFib. I haven't had an episode for over a year. I will be taking health matters to heart. Wow, that's profound, and prayers to you. Hope you're feeling better hope that this Mars Retrograde period in your first would lead to some revolution around, you know, self-care health; just giving you that feedback that might be useful.
Mercury opposing Neptune. Again, so this is back when Mercury's opposite Neptune. My daughter has six of her friends over from college. They're all either high achievers, academically or athletically. They're all home from school and asked that they could hang here until they go bungee jumping and then for a swim. Sounds like what college kids do. Right? I hear music and laughter, and it sounds like they're having a good time. I go check on them, and I'm greeted with a whiff of cannabis smoke. Here's my daughter sitting in the middle of the group reading Tarot for each person. She was only gifted the cards by a reader two days ago. I love it. You know, when in Rome, just bust out the tarot cards. But what I love about that is that it's such a Mercury Neptune moment, right? They're getting a little bit high. They're home from college, and she's just been exposed to this otherworldly form of divination, which mom has an interest in, but up until now, she's never done, and now she's sitting in a circle doing it. That would be such a mind-bending observation and almost like a generational parallel. Really fascinating. I love that story. Just such a simple sweet capture of the planetary moment.
This one's intense. Sun opposite Saturn. Remember when the sun was opposing Saturn, we talked about that. My older brother recently returned home from a two-year pilgrimage to India. On a second day home, just as the Sun opposite Saturn was perfecting, he and my dad decided to spend some time together and went for a hike to one of Dad's favorite fishing spots. The rope dad was using to assist himself down a steep section of the track broke, and dad ended up losing his balance and falling 10 to 13 feet down a vertical cliff. He broke six ribs and his right foot and lost a significant amount of blood from a severe head wound. If my brother wasn't there to administer first aid and call the emergency services, dad would most likely have died. Luckily, dad is now recovering in the hospital. Everyone is very shaken up, particularly my brother. Wow. There's so much there. That's such a profound image of coming home from India, seeing your father for the first time, going on this trip, and your father almost dies, and you have to care for him. There's something very profound about that. I don't know what, but you can feel it, can't you?
How about Venus opposite Pluto? A bunch of Venus opposite Pluto stories. Venus in Cancer opposite Pluto and Capricorn. This astrological event brings up a lot of unresolved grief. From the sudden passing of my beloved husband exactly four years ago, I'm experiencing the pain of his passing as if it is for the first time all over again. And this is happening just a couple of days before our wedding anniversary. So he passed right around the time of the wedding anniversary; if I understand this correctly, the wedding anniversary comes up as Venus is opposing Pluto. There's a reliving of the grief as if he's passing again for the first time. That's, that's really deep. And I think that's why we have this language. So that in moments like that, when Venus is opposing Pluto, and you know that that's in the sky, we observe a ritual like a funeral, a celebration of life, a spreading of ashes, that the planets have their own time, the planets spread out are grieving in poignant moments that are not able to be captured in the normal sequence of things. Right, a funeral happens pretty quickly after someone passes, but cosmic funerals happen at their own times. And that's interesting.
So Venus opposite Pluto. As this was ramping up, I found myself overwhelmed with the need to know more about my ancestors, my great-grandparents, and even the life early life of my grandparents and their lives. Since I have no one around to talk about this with, I started searching online for records and eventually found myself on websites like Find a Grave. That's the actual name, very Pluto. I did find some cool information from the 1935 census and random publications where I found a few cool photos of my great grandfather's business. I just felt this longing to be close to them and ask them questions. I felt so sad that I was so far away from them just looking through these few mundane snippets of their life that are still in public records. Like looking at the remnants of someone's entire household after it's been blown up, a piece of a handwritten shopping list, a piece of their clothing, even if those few random online facts I found were precious to me like gold, something comforting. I then felt really mad that my dad never included me in my grandmother's funeral as she was my closest family member. Somehow I got through the bitterness toward my dad and bridge to the love of these known and unknown ancestors. I put myself in their places, imagined their lives, and felt them all around me. It was very comforting that by the end of the day, I might make an ancestor altar even though it's not the right season yet.
Well, it's always the right season if it comes up in your heart in my mind, and this is a really profound story. Venus in Cancer opposite Pluto in Capricorn, and the love and imagination all draw to family in the past and what's missing in the ancestors. Such a deep Venus-Pluto exploration. Isn't it beautiful that the planets take us to these places? It's like life is this beautiful, moving piece of artwork, and you can't avoid the universe just bringing you into its own creative process, and in the fact that we get to reflect, we have reflective awareness of the process. I mean, what else could hallelujah possibly mean but that, you know?
Tonight my young niece called saying her hysterectomy was successful. This is Venus in Cancer opposite Pluto. So sadly, she will not be able to have children. At the time of the call, for no apparent reason, I was watching a video about a missing deep sea diver. Venus in Cancer opposite Pluto I find out that my niece has to have a hysterectomy and can no longer have children. So it's successful, but it's a little bit of a, you know, a sore spot. And then also, I'm watching a video about a missing deep sea diver Venus in a water sign opposite Pluto, the ruler of the depths. She said at the end why we love astrology. And I couldn't agree more.
I met a partner who was interested in dominating me. This is Venus opposite Pluto. I met a new partner who was interested in dominating me, and I decided to give it a go. Before the play, I was thinking about how this is akin to Hades and Persephone. My mind was completely in that place where I was going to be initiated into the underworld and submission. The whole experience was one of complete bliss. Well, it's not everybody's cup of tea, but wow, that's been very Venus opposite Pluto. And I'm, I'm glad that it was blissful for you and that it felt like some kind of sexual or sacred sexual initiation. You know, especially if it's safe and respectful, then, you know, I think that kind of stuff is beautiful. Our sexuality is part of how we come to know God, in my humble opinion. And learning to spiritualize that part of of our lives is tricky. It's complicated in my experience, so good for you to try something new and allowing yourself to go to a very deep Plutonian space.
Anyway, this one is interesting. I like this one. This one really stuck with me very poignant one to end with. This is Venus opposite Pluto. Yesterday evening, I suggested to my daughter and husband. Since it was the last day of my daughter's summer vacation, we should go to our favorite local restaurant by the town bay. So we did, and it was a lovely evening; we talked about how the summer had gone by for each of us, our teenage daughter left earlier than us, but my husband and I stayed a bit later. We accidentally met a man who started to talk with we started to talk with, and we found out he had lived in the same area of our county that I had lived in my childhood. It turned out that though we had never met before, he had known my aunt's family, who had lived on the same street that my other grandmother and my cousins from both sides, far away from where we live now. That is the street of many childhood memories for me; now this is Venus in Cancer opposite Pluto in Capricorn. Then he mentioned my aunt's previous husband's little brother, who I had met when I was ten years old.
The memory I have of him was the strangest thing. Me and my youngest cousin were crazy about this handsome and funny young man who, at that time, was 22 years old. We played with him and tried to grab his attention in every way. But that evening, in the summer of 1981, adults started to celebrate and had alcohol. This young man started to stare at me strangely during the evening, and at one time, he said to me quietly that he was in love with me. I was only 10. But I still remember the tone in his voice and the look in his face. And I knew that he wasn't joking and that it wasn't all right. Nothing else happened. He just stared at me. Sadly, all evening. My cousin's noticed it too. But other adults were too drunk to notice. I felt sad and strangely responsible. Anyway, this stranger my husband and I met yesterday as Venus was opposing Pluto told us that this man from my childhood, in a strange memory, hanged himself three years ago; I was sad to hear it was sad to hear this. I hope that he's in peace. And that one hit that just like that one really hit me hard when I read it. I read it a few times. I found that story to be just, you know, haunting and beautiful.
Well, I want to just take a moment to reflect on why. What I get when I hear these stories, you know, what do they do for me as an astrologer? Why do I ask you guys to share them? Why do we listen to these stories?
What would our lives be if we didn't see the planets looking us in the eyes? The gods are looking us right in the eyes. Can only imagine the memory of looking into that 22-year-old man's eyes at the age of 10. And then recalling that memory is Venus opposite, Pluto must have felt very otherworldly. And in those moments, I think we're looking at the gods in the eyes. We're seeing each other in light of the gods, or in the light of the gods, we're somehow able to see each other. And that's why we do this. What would our memories be of ancestors or of old hometowns? Deceased lovers. Wedding anniversaries? Remembrance of the passage of a loved one. What would they be if we weren't able to include the gods in them? The stars in them.
I think about that deep sea diver. And because for me, when I hear that story, I know when astrology is going on. I think that well, wherever that deep sea diver went, even one person is able to, you know, reflect on the fact that the Venus they're reflecting on that while Venus is opposing Pluto, it's evidence that swimmer is swimming in the realm of the gods that even when he was lost, he was in the realm of the gods. We can trust deep places. We can trust death.
Planets remind me that the gash on the head, the broken limbs, the first aid applied to the trip to India, and the return of the son after two years, these events become just as much the place of pilgrimage as an actual trip to India. Right? And how do we recognize that without this, not just astrology, but without sacred language, that metaphor and myth and archetype?
It's these kinds of events that teach us really how to pray, how to recognize divinity in our midst, and how to walk prayerfully. It's when our altered states, whether we're casting Tarot or at some bizarre mansion, tripping out with naturopathic doctors that are altered states are planetary states always. We think we're getting high. The planets are getting high on us. You know, the planets pull each one of us like tarot cards on the stage of creation. It's true. That's why we use the hashtag grabbed. And when we take time to reflect like this, it's not a grabbing as much as it is a holding, a grasping, and understanding.
The planets remind us that we're, we each have teeth, muscle, and bite. Even though we want to be pacifists, even though our aim is nonviolent communication that the universe includes teeth, muscle, and bite. The planets remind us that we are all just doing donuts in eternity. We're all spinning out in eternity. Sometimes we bite each other.
You know, we think we're done with junk food. But actually, junk food might be done with us. And that's the perspective the planets can give us. And it makes you laugh. You'll never look at the donut the same way. Whether it's the one you want to eat or the one the teenage punks are spinning. Even our skin is a garden that needs pruning, and the planets point to the invisible gardener. Sometimes we are; our face needs some growth that we have to take care of. It's beautiful. We have metaphors, myths, and images circling around us like guardians. Just taking care of us. All we have to do is reach out, learn to listen, learn to care, and communicate with them.
And finally, when we walk with the planets in our everyday lives and learn to reflect in this way and notice they're commingling things in our lives. The scents the planets give off are never toxic, and they will never interrupt your lovemaking. All right, that's what I've got for today.
Thank you, guys, for listening. Thank you for all of your beautiful stories. Don't forget if you ever have one to share, just use the hashtag grabbed. Grab that nightlight astrology.com If you prefer to email it to us, and I look forward to doing another one again soon. All right, take it easy, everyone. Bye