I am an Aquarius, with Virgo Rising and Moon in Capricorn. The Virgo Rising keeps me somewhat organized, though with my Sun quincunx my Ascendant it can appear that my method of organization is chaotic. My style is similar to that of Walter Matthau in the movie "The First Monday in October", in which he plays a Supreme Court Justice. He has a huge stack of papers on his desk. When a clerk comes in to ask about a legal brief from a very old case, Walter Mathau reaches into the pile and instantly extracts the brief. That is my style of organization!
With my Moon in Capricorn in the Fourth House, I am somewhat of a homebody. I don't care for travel, and I try to stay close to home. In fact, with Mars conjunct my fourth house cusp, I will fight tooth and nail any attempts to get me out of the house against my will.
Mercury in Capricorn in the Fifth House has given me some talent for writing. However, creativity is balanced with Uranus in opposition from the Eleventh House. I do my best to keep in touch with friends, and I would spend more time writing e-mails than in any creative writing.
Mercury is sextile Venus in Pisces, and Uranus is trine Venus. I would say that the majority of my friends are women, and they are just friends. With Pisces in the Seventh House, romance is too idealized for me. At this point a regular relationship is more trouble than it is worth.
Saturn is in my third house, and it has given me a disciplined mind, though I have to watch out for being too rigid. My Neptune is in the second house, just at the beginning of Scorpio. Most of my possessions are second-hand items gotten from yard sales. I rather idealize purchases made at yard sales. Buying the same item at a store just doesn't seem as much fun. A yard sale is more like a treasure hunt, bringing unexpected artifacts into your life.
My Jupiter and Pluto are conjunct in the Twelfth House. I would say that the greatest pleasures in my life are the ones that no one knows about. There are some things that just can not be shared. There is a Taoist saying, "The Wise man keeps his treasure in the form that the thief can not steal or the fire can not burn." Pleasure from a piece of music, or even reading a certain book can not be fully shared. You can pass on the music or the book, but each person is likely to react differently.
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