Aries / Celebrity Astrology / Libra

St. Vincent is On

stvincentblog-846

I notice astrological trends on my Facebook newsfeed, basically social media informs, like the weather. One thing that had been coming up was this repeated sponsored ad about St. Vincent and an article about her and how she says popularity is overrated. So while Venus (which represents aesthetic, beauty, values, and corresponds to MUSIC) is squaring the nodal axis in Aries/Libra, this Libra musician shows up.

Again, another musician really strongly representing that Libra/Aries axis. We looked into this on the Libra Full Moon Eclipse. The story is one of which a person leaves the Libra realm of social activity and interacting with people (or feels alienated from it), to dive into the opposite Aries extreme of following one’s own path (to make music… so Libra side of it again) regardless of other people (Aries), and then when the pendulum comes to center there is some kind of synthesis and expansion of both – the music the person made while they were doing their own thing is appealing on a mass scale, so the time away from people turns into the popularity that Libra can represent.

Lilith is currently on the North Node, and Venus squaring the nodal axis is finding resolution in the Aries node, which speaks to following one’s own path. The crisis implied with the square is that the energy of Venus in Cancer can go either way, but will find balance in Aries, that of asserting ONE’S OWN SELF, rather than accommodate the other. The magic of this is that when people take care of themselves, the relationship in question improves too.

So we can thank St. Vincent for the song Cheerleader. Watch the video or listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEY9GJAm8bA, lyrics –

I’ve had good times
With some bad guys
I’ve told whole lies
With a half smile
Held your bare bones
With my clothes on
I’ve thrown rocks
That hit both my arms

I don’t know what good it serves
Pouring my purse in the dirt

But I-I-I-I-I don’t wanna be your cheerleader no more
But I-I-I-I-I don’t wanna be your cheerleader no more

I’ve played dumb
When I knew better
Tried so hard
Just to be clever
I know honest thieves
I call family
I’ve seen America
With no clothes on

But I-I-I-I-I don’t wanna be a cheerleader no more
But I-I-I-I-I don’t wanna be a cheerleader no more

I don’t know what I deserve
But for you I could work

Cause I don’t wanna be a cheerleader no more
I don’t wanna be a cheerleader no more
I don’t wanna be a cheerleader no more
I don’t wanna be a dirt eater no more
I don’t wanna be a dirt eater no more
I don’t wanna be a cheerleader no more

Thanks Facebook algorithms, thanks Facebook’s intuitively timed advertisements LOL. Sometimes even advertisements align with the cosmic flow. The video that came up in relation to the sponsored article mentioned this song specifically, too.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *