Episode 67 of the podcast features an interview with astrologer Kay Taylor about how the outer planets manifest their importance in the context of relationships.
Most of all, the discussion revolves around the range of different experiences accompanying aspects between the inner planet Venus and the outer planets Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto in a natal chart, although it can also serve as an access point for understanding the meaning of the outer planets in other planets as well Contexts.
For more information about Kay, please visit their website at KayTaylor.com.
Below are the show notes followed by links to download or stream the recording:
- Met Kay at the OPA retreat last October.
- There she gave an excellent lecture entitled Sex, love & crazy, talks about various manifestations of the outer planets in relationships.
- I thought this would be a good discussion as a continuation of the episode earlier this week about the meaning of the planets visible.
- Our focus is on aspects between Venus and the outer planets, especially hard aspects, although many of the interpretations can also be applied to other cases where the outer planets are connected to relationship sectors in the horoscope.
- We start with Pluto and then move on to Neptune and Uranus aspects.
- Some of the key words we wrote down in conversation:
- Venus-Pluto aspects
- Challenging: coercion, obsession, control, manipulation, money problems, manipulation and control around money,
- Constructive: passionate, dramatic, intensity, depth, transformation,
- Venus-Neptune aspects
- Challenging: Illusions, disillusionment, falling in love with people who are not available, not really there, not what they seem, one-sided relationships, lack of substance, feelings of sacrifice, lack of practicality or grounding.
- Constructive: transcendent experiences, attunement to or feelings of connection with the souls of other people, kindness, compassion, charity, conscious spiritual relationship, unconditional love, philanthropy.
- Venus-Uranus aspects
- Challenging: disruption, abandonment, instability, dissociation, detachment, erratic behavior, erratic relationships, abrupt beginnings and ends, leaving partners before they are left, subconscious sudden shifts and then abrupt preventive endings, feelings of insecurity or variability
- Constructive: Freedom, spontaneity, open relationships, polyamory, vehicle for awakening, outside of the bond without demarcation, strange relationships or unique relationships, against social norms.
A full transcript of this episode is available here: Transcript of Episode 67
Listen to this episode
You can either play this episode of the podcast directly from the website or download it as an MP3 to your computer using the following buttons: