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||by Diana Stone
||The Sun will enter Aquarius January 20 this year and will exit February 19th. Your sun sign may not be Aquarius but you may very much resonate to this eleventh sign of the zodiac regardless. For all you know, this could be your Moon sign. It is also the rising sign for approximately two hours every twenty-four hour period. A strategic placement of the planet, Uranus, may also confer very distinctly Aquarian characteristics. See if the following material describes anyone you know.
Aquarius is the sign of individuality and freedom needs. Aquarians need space. If there is one sign that can get along just fine alone, this is the one. It may seem like a contradiction, because Aquarians are very open and friendly, yet, they recharge their batteries by being alone. There seems to be an unmistakable energy drain when Aquarians are around others. If they do not stay aware of their needs for a time-out, even in relationships they wish to maintain, they may feel so depleted that they will leave the relationship altogether.
Aquarius is about equality relationships. That explains their love of friendship relationships. It may not serve them as well in career matters. When elevated to positions of authority or prominence, their psyches may chafe at what feels like an unequal relationship with others. One of my Aquarian clients actually resigned a sales manager position to return to the sales force with his buddies.
They may have a misfit complex but not in the usual sense. Their intellectual creativity and communication skills often target them as leaders and valued members in whatever group they may find themselves. Yet, the Aquarian may feel they have very little in common with groups that happily includes them.
Certain patterns of Aquarius in early childhood feature an on-again off-again relationship with the mother. At the subconscious level, relationships are seen as sometime things, here to day, gone tomorrow. If this is the pattern, intimacy is avoided because of the inner belief that relationships are transitory and will lead to pain and loss if they invest too much emotionally. I stress to clients who always choose unavailable or unsuitable partners as a defense strategy that this is their pattern projected on to others.
Aquarians will usually go the extra mile when you are in trouble. At the end of the mile, however, you had better show signs of helping yourself. The Aquarian will not go down the tube with you and are the last to form co-dependent relationships. And when an Aquarian dumps you, you will stay dumped. They unhook completely.
Aquarians do not look at the world through conventional lenses. They are attracted to the unusual and nontraditional. Many astrologers are born when the Sun is in Aquarius. Other non-traditional occupations are liberally represented by the natives of this sign. That includes people in alternative health care, chiropractors for example. In whatever profession the Aquarians may find themselves, the purpose of this archetype is to shake up the status quo. They may not fare well in situations dominated by entrenched conservative values.
In some cases, this personality type can isolate themselves from the culture by extremely eccentric behavior, far-out dress codes and fanatical ideas. Their revolutionary leanings can sometimes throw the baby out with the bath water. They may also suffer from being too far ahead of their times with unfortunate consequences.
This is a sign of intellectual giftedness. However, they often do not do well in school. They do not learn in the conventional manner that teaching is presented in public schools. Once they are free to study what they are interested in when they get to college, they may well surprise themselves at their good grades. Before that, many of my Aquarian clients regard themselves as poor students.
Aquarians may not have any of their own but are nevertheless very good with children. They are good teachers with a rich imagination and may also work with handicapped children very effectively. They often come by a family through marriage.
If you have an Aquarius in your life you can expect a companion that will keep you laughing with an outrageous sense of humor, a loyal friend and an unconventional view of life. Just don't try to control them or change their opinion about anything. And their favorite sport is saying, "I told you so."
& Huna Shaman
Diana Stone began astrological studies in the 1960s under the tutelage of Charles Luntz, author of Vocational Guidance by Astrology.
In 1973, she established a private practice in Portland, OR. She serves a clientele that includes an extensive network of telephone clients.
Her book on the U.S. horoscope was published in 1976. In the early 90s she contributed to three anthologies published by Llewellyn Publishers and edited by Noel Tyl.
Diana has lectured extensively and is a popular keynote speaker. She delivered the keynote address at the United Astrology Conference in Orlando in July 2002.
She has been a student for over 30 years of Huna shamanism, the system practiced by ancient Polynesian kahuna. Huna Research, Inc. certified her as a teacher of the ancient lore.
Diana serves an extensive international clientele as a shaman specializing in soul retrieval. She and her brother formed a publishing company, Crystal Triangle Publishing, and the book they co-authored, The Lightbody Activation Manual, will be released in February 2003. Diana now resides in Vancouver, WA.
12005 NW 14th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98685
Diana will be doing workshops at the Northwest Astrology Conferece (NORWAC) in Seattle over Memorial Day week-end May 27-29.
It is held at the Double Tree Suites Motel at Southcenter shopping center. For complete information on this yearly conference featuring world class astrologers call Astrology et al bookstore in Seattle. 206-548-1095
The subjects of the workshops are "Investing with Horary Astrology" and "Homeopathy--As Above, So Below."