people who live in the areas where it never snows and they’re all like ‘omg snow looks so gorgeous i love snow’
THIS WAS SO CUTE
We’ve all done the worst kinds of things just to stay alive. But we can still come back. We’re not too far gone. We get to come back. We all can change.
My face throughout The Walking Dead Mid Season Finale
And after Hershel:
I CAN’T HANDLE THESE FEELS!
Sun in the 8th House - The Blood Sun
Those born with their natal Sun in the 8th House bring the home of skeletons and secrets into the filters of their self expression. The 8th House is the portal to our darkest and murkiest concealments, the paranormal, the occult, joint finances and the provocation of all that lies below the surface. The Sun here relates to a natural attraction to the supernatural, ghosts, spirits, ouija boards and life tends to be characterized by themes of violence, destruction, volatile relationships with the promise of constant transformation and personality overhauls. The Sun in the 8th House shines light through the barred windows and deep into the locked secrets buried long ago.
The Sun here tends to carry an innate paranoia and suspicion of others. Even as young children the world is viewed as malicious, dark and dangerous; and there is often an intrinsic distrust of people and a cynical view of society at large. There lies a deep urgency to form a close, interpersonal bond with the hidden world with the possibility to multiple ‘ego’ deaths across their lifetimes. The Sun in the 8th House operate beyond the dimension of our 5 senses and find little thrill in the mundane offerings of consensual reality. Everything that is forbidden, mysterious and cryptic allures insatiable curiosity in the Sun here; where their longing fulfilment tends to be found in the occult realms. Emotions tend to be experienced to the extreme, and this can act to greywash reality and result in violent delusion and behaviour. Themes of death, drama, crisis, personal exploration and personal growth tend to characterize the Sun’s placement here.
The Sun in the 8th House are drawn to intense or even dangerous relationships where their transformative natures help them create psychic ties with others. Simmering childhood issues may seep just below the surface, but remain locked away in the subconscious; and the demonic vibrations of the 8th House may repeatedly leave their traces. The Sun here are ultimately self involved, and find deep contentment in solitude, where they can define themselves without the shadow of others. These individuals are experiencing ‘death’ time and time again, so when death finally calls, The Sun here feels right at home.
Moon in the 12th House - A Bleeding Moon
Those born with their natal Moon in the 12th House may feel utterly overwhelmed by the emotional static of the world and find most contentment in retreating away. These individuals are highly sensitive to hidden undercurrents and often possess vicious and unyielding inferiority complexes. The Moon here is complex, volatile, and most content in roles of service and self sacrifice. These individuals are highly internalized, and maintain strict guardianship over their own private lives; often emanating a somewhat secretive and introverted expression to the world around them. The Moon in the 12th House are ultra receptive to surrounding energies, and find their moods shift with their environment. These individuals possess a leaky aura and are prone to absorbing whatever is circulating around them.
Unbound compassion, empathy and a sincere concern for the wellbeing of others is a key feature of the Moon here; although their emotional self may lie buried deep within them, pushed deeper by a lifetime of defence mechanisms cultivated in fear. These individuals tend to eschew the dependency of another and wrestle with the child within; constantly repressing the need to crawl back into the nest and be nurtured the way they desire. Traditionally, the 12th House relates to the inheritance of energies, patterns and hierarchies of consciousness which must be released by the respective individual. The Moon represents the Mother; and its placement in the 12th House of incarceration indicates the possible institutionalisation of the mother in psychiatric hospitals, prison, or sanatorium. Events in early childhood may have left them feeling vulnerable, helpless or defenceless, with a mother who was possibly emotionally inaccessible.
The Moon in the 12th House are instilled with tremendous gifts in attenuating the anxieties of others and soothing the disturbed. Often there are blockages when it comes to the processing of their own emotions, and this may relate to early childhood where themes of shame and guilt loom. These individuals tend to require long periods in solitude to replenish and recharge, and can be hyper sensitive to criticism or even the perceived threat of conflict. There can be an indwelling sadness and longing present in these individuals that, when repressed for long enough, can erupt into Alice in Wonderland tears and the infantile foetal position; the symbol of the cry for help they can never quite manage.