The Septile Circular: June 2020

Welcome back for June's Septile Circular, folks.

I've been doing a lot of processing behind the scenes and am delighted to start bringing you some initial findings. We're going to take a step back from diving straight into major 7th harmonic (7H) years. I don't yet have the research together on that, but I do have more foundational material which is going to help us contextualize and assess both this year as well as others. Frankly though, this is just an excuse to show-off some self-programmed rainbow-colored spreadsheet results. 🤓

As it turns out, there's perhaps a bigger picture which needs to be expanded on first. It's one thing for 2020 to have the 4th highest count of exact outer planet 7H aspects between 1900 and 2050. It's another to notice, "oh, hey, with all of these aspects there's more than one happening at the same time." So how does 2020 stack-up over the same 150 year period in this regard? ...It doesn't. When analyzing for aspect exactness per day, aspect count per day and weighting based on how far out/slow-moving the planets involved are, 2020 doesn't meet a basic threshold for higher intensity.

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How did I arrive at that conclusion? I used two forms of scoring to analyze years in that timeframe. First, I broke down aspects into categories based on how precise the orb was on a given day. I assigned points per orb category and then further points for number of in-orb aspects on that day or a weighted version of the same (i.e. Neptune-Pluto rates much higher than Jupiter-Saturn - though conjunctions don't count).

The aspect exactitude matters, but could a cazimi-esque exactitude for one aspect on a given day be mistaken for multiple weaker aspects instead? A refinement to clarify is needed. My gut sense says the multiple aspects may take slightly higher precedence than aspect exactitude here, considering we're working with the outer planets.

To wit:



Here are columns for the Date of aspect, the difference in degrees (the Aspect) between indicated planets at midnight GMT with orb of exactitude highlighted in hotter and hotter colors, then two columns with scores for "Heat" of overall 7H intensity with a cool-to-hyper hot coloring scheme.

Septiles, biseptiles and triseptiles are treated the same, all using the following coloring for orb category (with points for generating the scores):
0° - 0.125° orb (red, 4 points)
>0.125° - 0.5° orb (orange, 3 points)
>0.5° - 1.0° orb (yellow-orange, 2 points)
>1.0° - 1.5° orb (yellow, 1 point)

Both Overall Heat scores sum the number of orb category points per day. Overall Hot Period (column L) then also counts the number of aspects within orb per day. Overall Hot Period (Weighted) (column M) also counts in the same way but weights each planet in the aspect instead of using 1 point per aspect (♃=0.3, ♄=0.6, ♅=0.9, ♆=1.2, ♇=1.5).

A couple of examples:

July 27th: 
   Overall Hot Period:                    5    (orbs of 2 ♄♅ + 1 ♄♆, plus 2 aspects)
   Overall Hot Period (Weighted): 6.3 (orbs of 2 ♄♅ + 1 ♄♆, plus 0.6+0.9 ♄♅ and 0.6+1.2 ♄♆).

August 1st:
   Overall Hot Period:                    9      (orbs of 4 ♄♅ + 1 ♄♆ + 1 ♅♆, plus 3 aspects)
   Overall Hot Period (Weighted): 11.4 (orbs of 4 ♄♅ + 1 ♄♆ + 1 ♅♆, plus 0.6+0.9 ♄♅ and 0.6+1.2 ♄♆ and 0.9+1.2 ♅♆).

You could probably make a case for another heat score of Sum of (orb strength * sum of planet weights) by aspect per day, but the existing two add a reasonable level of clarity for my current purposes.

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Yeah, yeah, it's a little J. Evans Pritchard from Dead Poets Society. (don't go Medieval on me!) All of this was just to clarify what hopefully should be intuitive using the colors and numbers alone. Expect to see more of this non-verbal visual communication in the future.

So with the above method laid-out, I dug into my ephemeris-cruncher program to run the above outputs for 1900 to 2050. 2020 tops-out with a weighted heat score of 12.4 and a non-weighted heat score of 10 on October 28th. By comparison, the highest weighted scores for the entire timeframe rose above 20, with 1910 having 16 straight days of up to a weighted 25.9 in an enormous 7H aspect pattern between Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Pluto. Also by comparison, 33 years in the range had at least one day of a non-weighted heat score of 11 or above -- greater than anything 2020 could muster. The last year with an intensity of 11 or above was 2014, on the tail-end of the "Grand Irrationality" - the Neptune-Pluto septile which lasted 15 years from 1999 to 2014. The next year with requisite intensity will be 2037.

To simplify all that data into something digestible, here's a mapping of the non-weighted heat scores per year for all 150 years, using the same color mapping for the heat scores in the spreadsheet above. The individual segments in each line group the discrete heat scores (e.g. black shows the number of days in the year where there was a 0 heat score, the next segment would then be all the days with a heat score of 2, etc, the score values increasing as you move left-to-right).


You can see the impact of the Neptune-Pluto septile both in the early new millennium, plus in 1938-1939 as the distance between the two planets first grew. Also of note with 1938: not a single day went by where there wasn't an outer planet 7th harmonic aspect of some sort. What 2020 lacks in orange-red intensity, it makes up for in endurance rivaling only a handful of other years. Aside from 1938's Iron Man year, 2020's endurance will only be exceeded in 2021 on the strength of long-lasting Uranus-Neptune and Uranus-Pluto aspects alone. In the coming months's Circulars, I'll snag some of the more notable past years from above to tease out how the 7H aspects may have manifested.


Bottom line though: 2020's 7H aspects all sorta daisy-chain one to the next, never quite ending but never quite building in constructive resonance either. One topic starts up then fades just as the next one gets going (sound familiar?). But as of late May, Pluto/Jupiter/Saturn, Neptune, Uranus and the North Node are falling into rough 7H configuration. Every time the Moon hits one of these planets/points she'll be activating this aspect pattern, and considering how fast she moves, it'll only take a matter of hours to cover any imprecision in the aspects. The aspect pattern will be felt during the course of single days.


But now then, let's have a look at June's septiles.

Jupiter biseptile Uranus is the aspect of the month. The second of 3 exact hits this year, this one came within 1.5° orb starting May 28th and will fade out of that orb by June 21st, just as the second Saturn-Neptune septile starts coming within orb. The earlier Jupiter-Uranus biseptile occurred from the start of March through the equinox, and the last hit will start in mid-November through the end of that month. The aspect perfects June 10th and 11th.

From a U.S. perspective, the first Jupiter-Uranus aspect perfected about March 10th-11th, corresponding with the timing for the early efforts at quarantine in the states. The second hit emerges with the global protests of the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, and against police brutality. This second instance also raises the specter of quarantine violations for the protests all while new curfews and lockdowns are implemented. This paints an image of Ouranos of the overarching political/scientific/administrative elite ramming his children back into neat compartments inside Gaia where they can be manageable and otherwise keep their imperfect natures out of his sight. With a connection to Jupiter it's as though the planet truly manifests in his godlike/Titanic nature.

Mercury and Venus both moving slow mean that our major players for the month take on a more fiery or inflammatory bent, especially as they interact with the epoch-shaping outer planets. Vesta, Mars, the Sun, and Jupiter, plus the Moon, Pallas and Juno are the primary entities applying to aspects.

Vesta and Mars perform a lot of heavy lifting in the first half of the month, each running the gamut to ping the outer planets. She starts by raising her sacred torch to Pluto, Uranus and Jupiter in the first week. He's 2/3s of the 7H cluster found on the 6th, raising fury from Pluto's domain to the North Node's purpose while the Sun gabs with Eris (mind you, gabbing with Eris is like lobbing lots of little mouthy applesauce bombs hither and thither, and certainly not helped while Sun squares Mars and Pluto squares Eris). Then, on the 8th, Mars links both Uranus and Jupiter in advance of their meet-up on the 10th: Idealistic Rage Inside the Machine looking to undo Johnny Law. He dances with Pallas while moving to conjoin Neptune on the 12th, Vesta's flame flickering to both from Cancer: hopefully a moment of clear-eyed focus, and perhaps a grounding in the essential which allows us a moment to self-nurture amid the chaos. It won't be until the 15th, though, when Mars and Vesta mingle flames in a do-si-do cluster with Saturn: square dance or square-off?

Things quiet down until the 19th, when for the next week the Sun makes 7H aspects to all 5 outer planets while conjoining the North Node - mirroring Mars' touchpoints earlier in the month, albeit while shining a spotlight to each and playing a calming lyresong. Except, oops, the Sun's aspects to Jupiter and Uranus on the 20th-21st reinforce that aspect just as it's fading out of orb and just as the Sun conjoins the Moon for a very tight World Point annular eclipse on the Solstice. This reads like Ouranos-qua-ThanosTitan.

From the lunar perspective, we have several heavy days this month, reflecting Luna's various aspects to the Capricorn crew and the other outers/Nodes in the 7H pattern. June 1st was the heaviest day with 10 aspects from Luna while she visited Libra. Other heavy days feature when she moves from Scorpio into early Sag on the 4th-5th, to late Capricorn on the 8th, to Pisces on the 12th, a heavy day for all aspects on the 21st, then weighty days on the 24th-25th and 28th-29th as she moves through the empty points of the 7th harmonic aspect pattern in late Leo and Libra respectively. Note the heavy day on the Solstice again: with additional septiles like these it would not surprise me if requesting some kind of manifestation could end up biting off far more than one can chew.

For those keeping track at home, the points in the overall Grand Septile pattern are: Jupiter/Saturn/Pluto in late Capricorn, Neptune in Pisces, Uranus in Taurus, North Node in Gemini, then free spots in late Leo, mid-Libra and early Sagittarius.


Planetary Transits

Date Time (GMT) Aspect

June 1 07:24 Mercury 04 cn 28 waxing triseptile Pallas 00 aq 11rx
09:25 Vesta 28 ge 58 waxing triseptile Pluto 24 cp 41rx

June 2 12:41 Mercury 05 cn 50 waxing triseptile Saturn 01 aq 33rx

June 4 02:54 Vesta 00 cn 08 waxing septile Uranus 08 ta 42

June 5 13:57 Vesta 00 cn 46 waxing triseptile Jupiter 26 cp 29rx

June 6 01:23 Mars 16 pi 02 waxing septile Pluto 24 cp 36rx
01:33 Sun 15 ge 49 waxing septile Eris 24 ar 23
08:28 Mars 16 pi 13 waning biseptile North Node 29 ge 05rx

June 7 05:22 Pallas 29 cp 27rx waning septile Neptune 20 pi 53
14:48 Juno 06 li 09 waning triseptile Ceres 10 pi 26

June 8 06:36 Mars 17 pi 29 waning septile Uranus 08 ta 55
14:25 Mars 17 pi 42 waxing septile Jupiter 26 cp 16rx

June 10 04:29 Jupiter 26 cp 09rx waning biseptile Uranus 09 ta 00

June 11 02:03 Vesta 03 cn 08 waxing triseptile Pallas 28 cp 51rx

June 12 06:40 Mars 20 pi 05 waxing septile Pallas 28 cp 39rx
13:22 Vesta 03 cn 47 waxing biseptile Neptune 20 pi 55

June 14 10:41 Sun 23 ge 49 waning biseptile Juno 06 li 41
22:41 Sun 24 ge 18 waxing biseptile Ceres 11 pi 27

June 15 17:35 Mars 22 pi 18 waning biseptile Vesta 05 cn 09
21:09 Mars 22 pi 24 waxing septile Saturn 00 aq 58rx
22:39 Vesta 05 cn 15 waxing triseptile Saturn 00 aq 58rx

June 19 11:23 Sun 28 ge 38 waxing triseptile Pluto 24 cp 20rx

June 20 09:08 Sun 29 ge 29 waxing triseptile Jupiter 25 cp 12rx

June 21 21:33 Sun 00 cn 56 waxing septile Uranus 09 ta 31
22:28 Sun 00 cn 59 waxing triseptile Pallas 26 cp 41rx

June 22 01:35 Pallas 26 cp 40rx waning biseptile Uranus 09 ta 31

June 24 00:11 Jupiter 24 cp 49rx waning triseptile North Node 29 ge 06rx
21:42 Sun 03 cn 48 waxing biseptile Neptune 20 pi 57rx

June 25 19:35 Sun 04 cn 41 waxing triseptile Saturn 00 aq 24rx

June 26 22:46 Mercury 12 cn 10rx waxing biseptile Mars 29 pi 18

June 27 10:50 Juno 08 li 16 waning triseptile Ceres 12 pi 33

June 29 16:08 Pallas 24 cp 48rx waning triseptile North Node 29 ge 05



Moon to Sun

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 3 21:36 Moon 18 sc 02 waxing triseptile Sun 13 ge 44
7 18:44 Moon 13 cp 10 waning triseptile Sun 17 ge 27
12 02:39 Moon 08 pi 44 waning biseptile Sun 21 ge 36
16 18:52 Moon 04 ta 38 waning septile Sun 26 ge 04
21 06:38 Moon 00 cn 21 conjunct Sun 00 cn 21
25 09:38 Moon 25 le 43 waxing septile Sun 04 cn 17
29 07:27 Moon 20 li 52 waxing biseptile Sun 08 cn 01



Moon to Mercury

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 20:19 Moon 17 li 56 waxing biseptile Mercury 05 cn 05
5 15:18 Moon 13 sa 13 waxing triseptile Mercury 08 cn 56
9 15:12 Moon 07 aq 42 waning triseptile Mercury 11 cn 59
13 23:31 Moon 01 ar 13 waning biseptile Mercury 14 cn 05
18 07:55 Moon 23 ta 19 waning septile Mercury 14 cn 45
22 07:57 Moon 14 cn 08 conjunct Mercury 14 cn 08rx
26 00:07 Moon 04 vi 05 waxing septile Mercury 12 cn 39rx
29 11:59 Moon 23 li 34 waxing biseptile Mercury 10 cn 42rx



Moon to Venus

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 3 21:12 Moon 17 sc 47 waxing triseptile Venus 13 ge 30rx
7 08:03 Moon 07 cp 04 waning triseptile Venus 11 ge 21rx
11 02:30 Moon 26 aq 21 waning biseptile Venus 09 ge 13rx
15 05:09 Moon 15 ar 54 waning septile Venus 07 ge 19rx
19 08:37 Moon 06 ge 01 conjunct Venus 06 ge 01rx
23 06:53 Moon 26 cn 50 waxing septile Venus 05 ge 25rx
27 00:20 Moon 18 vi 15 waxing biseptile Venus 05 ge 23
30 15:52 Moon 10 sc 09 waxing triseptile Venus 05 ge 52



Moon to Mars

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 04:48 Moon 08 li 32 waning triseptile Mars 12 pi 49
4 21:16 Moon 02 sa 24 waning biseptile Mars 15 pi 16
8 18:22 Moon 26 cp 22 waning septile Mars 17 pi 48
13 02:13 Moon 20 pi 36 conjunct Mars 20 pi 36
17 15:24 Moon 14 ta 57 waxing septile Mars 23 pi 31
21 22:47 Moon 09 cn 05 waxing biseptile Mars 26 pi 13
25 22:11 Moon 02 vi 58 waxing triseptile Mars 28 pi 41
29 17:15 Moon 26 li 42 waning triseptile Mars 00 ar 59



Moon to Vesta

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 10:14 Moon 11 li 50 waxing biseptile Vesta 28 ge 59
5 01:17 Moon 04 sa 49 waxing triseptile Vesta 00 cn 32
8 21:07 Moon 27 cp 54 waning triseptile Vesta 02 cn 11
13 03:21 Moon 21 pi 10 waning biseptile Vesta 04 cn 02
17 14:36 Moon 14 ta 33 waning septile Vesta 05 cn 58
21 20:27 Moon 07 cn 49 conjunct Vesta 07 cn 49
25 18:43 Moon 00 vi 58 waxing septile Vesta 09 cn 32
29 12:46 Moon 24 li 02 waxing biseptile Vesta 11 cn 10



Moon to Juno

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 00:23 Moon 05 li 52 conjunct Juno 05 li 52
4 13:04 Moon 27 sc 25 waxing septile Juno 05 li 59
8 05:10 Moon 19 cp 03 waxing biseptile Juno 06 li 11
12 06:42 Moon 10 pi 46 waxing triseptile Juno 06 li 29
16 14:49 Moon 02 ta 36 waning triseptile Juno 06 li 54
20 19:45 Moon 24 ge 30 waning biseptile Juno 07 li 22
24 17:31 Moon 16 le 27 waning septile Juno 07 li 52
28 10:28 Moon 08 li 24 conjunct Juno 08 li 24



Moon to Ceres

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 4 12:31 Moon 27 sc 05 waning biseptile Ceres 09 pi 57
8 05:16 Moon 19 cp 06 waning septile Ceres 10 pi 32
12 07:21 Moon 11 pi 07 conjunct Ceres 11 pi 07
16 15:44 Moon 03 ta 04 waxing septile Ceres 11 pi 38
20 20:32 Moon 24 ge 55 waxing biseptile Ceres 12 pi 04
24 17:54 Moon 16 le 40 waxing triseptile Ceres 12 pi 23
28 10:18 Moon 08 li 19 waning triseptile Ceres 12 pi 36



Moon to Pallas

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 19:12 Moon 17 li 16 waning biseptile Pallas 00 aq 08rx
5 07:05 Moon 08 sa 17 waning septile Pallas 29 cp 43rx
8 23:27 Moon 29 cp 12 conjunct Pallas 29 cp 12rx
13 00:53 Moon 19 pi 57 waxing septile Pallas 28 cp 31rx
17 06:42 Moon 10 ta 33 waxing biseptile Pallas 27 cp 42rx
21 08:03 Moon 01 cn 07 waxing triseptile Pallas 26 cp 50rx
25 02:37 Moon 21 le 39 waning triseptile Pallas 25 cp 56rx
28 16:50 Moon 12 li 11 waning biseptile Pallas 25 cp 03rx



Moon to Jupiter

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 13:36 Moon 13 li 52 waning biseptile Jupiter 26 cp 44rx
5 01:43 Moon 05 sa 05 waning septile Jupiter 26 cp 31rx
8 18:09 Moon 26 cp 15 conjunct Jupiter 26 cp 15rx
12 19:44 Moon 17 pi 21 waxing septile Jupiter 25 cp 55rx
17 02:23 Moon 08 ta 23 waxing biseptile Jupiter 25 cp 32rx
21 04:54 Moon 29 ge 24 waxing triseptile Jupiter 25 cp 07rx
25 00:29 Moon 20 le 25 waning triseptile Jupiter 24 cp 42rx
28 15:34 Moon 11 li 26 waning biseptile Jupiter 24 cp 17rx



Moon to North Node

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 10:36 Moon 12 li 03 waxing biseptile North Node 29 ge 12rx
4 22:53 Moon 03 sa 23 waxing triseptile North Node 29 ge 06rx
8 15:33 Moon 24 cp 48 waning triseptile North Node 29 ge 06
12 17:37 Moon 16 pi 17 waning biseptile North Node 29 ge 08
17 01:00 Moon 07 ta 42 waning septile North Node 29 ge 07rx
21 04:21 Moon 29 ge 07 conjunct North Node 29 ge 07
25 00:40 Moon 20 le 31 waxing septile North Node 29 ge 06rx
28 16:24 Moon 11 li 56 waxing biseptile North Node 29 ge 04rx



Moon to South Node

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 3 04:43 Moon 07 sc 43 waning septile South Node 29 sa 09rx
6 18:13 Moon 29 sa 05 conjunct South Node 29 sa 05rx
10 15:24 Moon 20 aq 33 waxing septile South Node 29 sa 07
14 21:16 Moon 11 ar 59 waxing biseptile South Node 29 sa 08rx
19 03:34 Moon 03 ge 24 waxing triseptile South Node 29 sa 07rx
23 03:17 Moon 24 cn 49 waning triseptile South Node 29 sa 07rx
26 20:53 Moon 16 vi 13 waning biseptile South Node 29 sa 05rx
30 11:41 Moon 07 sc 40 waning septile South Node 29 sa 05



Moon to Saturn

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 21:35 Moon 18 li 43 waning biseptile Saturn 01 aq 34rx
5 09:58 Moon 10 sa 01 waning septile Saturn 01 aq 27rx
9 03:19 Moon 01 aq 17 conjunct Saturn 01 aq 17rx
13 06:04 Moon 22 pi 32 waxing septile Saturn 01 aq 06rx
17 13:00 Moon 13 ta 44 waxing biseptile Saturn 00 aq 53rx
21 15:06 Moon 04 cn 56 waxing triseptile Saturn 00 aq 39rx
25 10:22 Moon 26 le 08 waning triseptile Saturn 00 aq 25rx
29 01:30 Moon 17 li 20 waning biseptile Saturn 00 aq 11rx



Moon to Chiron

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 2 23:28 Moon 04 sc 30 waning triseptile Chiron 08 ar 47
6 13:02 Moon 26 sa 03 waning biseptile Chiron 08 ar 54
10 09:44 Moon 17 aq 35 waning septile Chiron 09 ar 00
14 15:27 Moon 09 ar 07 conjunct Chiron 09 ar 07
18 22:13 Moon 00 ge 38 waxing septile Chiron 09 ar 12
22 22:28 Moon 22 cn 08 waxing biseptile Chiron 09 ar 16
26 16:25 Moon 13 vi 37 waxing triseptile Chiron 09 ar 20
30 07:21 Moon 05 sc 05 waning triseptile Chiron 09 ar 22



Moon to Uranus

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 11:56 Moon 12 li 52 waxing triseptile Uranus 08 ta 35
5 00:41 Moon 04 sa 28 waning triseptile Uranus 08 ta 45
8 17:49 Moon 26 cp 04 waning biseptile Uranus 08 ta 56
12 20:25 Moon 17 pi 42 waning septile Uranus 09 ta 07
17 04:13 Moon 09 ta 19 conjunct Uranus 09 ta 19
21 07:41 Moon 00 cn 55 waxing septile Uranus 09 ta 29
25 04:05 Moon 22 le 30 waxing biseptile Uranus 09 ta 38
28 20:00 Moon 14 li 04 waxing triseptile Uranus 09 ta 47



Moon to Neptune

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 18:00 Moon 16 li 32 waning triseptile Neptune 20 pi 50
5 06:36 Moon 08 sa 00 waning biseptile Neptune 20 pi 52
8 23:56 Moon 29 cp 28 waning septile Neptune 20 pi 54
13 02:51 Moon 20 pi 55 conjunct Neptune 20 pi 55
17 10:18 Moon 12 ta 22 waxing septile Neptune 20 pi 57
21 13:02 Moon 03 cn 48 waxing biseptile Neptune 20 pi 57
25 08:49 Moon 25 le 14 waxing triseptile Neptune 20 pi 57rx
29 00:22 Moon 16 li 39 waning triseptile Neptune 20 pi 57rx



Moon to Pluto

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 1 10:13 Moon 11 li 49 waning biseptile Pluto 24 cp 41rx
4 22:34 Moon 03 sa 11 waning septile Pluto 24 cp 37rx
8 15:05 Moon 24 cp 33 conjunct Pluto 24 cp 33rx
12 16:52 Moon 15 pi 54 waxing septile Pluto 24 cp 29rx
17 00:07 Moon 07 ta 15 waxing biseptile Pluto 24 cp 23rx
21 03:23 Moon 28 ge 35 waxing triseptile Pluto 24 cp 18rx
24 23:39 Moon 19 le 56 waning triseptile Pluto 24 cp 13rx
28 15:18 Moon 11 li 17 waning biseptile Pluto 24 cp 08rx



Moon to Eris

Date Time (GMT) Aspect
June 4 00:58 Moon 20 sc 05 waning triseptile Eris 24 ar 22
7 15:53 Moon 11 cp 32 waning biseptile Eris 24 ar 24
11 15:25 Moon 03 pi 00 waning septile Eris 24 ar 25
15 22:25 Moon 24 ar 27 conjunct Eris 24 ar 27
20 03:32 Moon 15 ge 54 waxing septile Eris 24 ar 28
24 01:34 Moon 07 le 21 waxing biseptile Eris 24 ar 29
27 18:13 Moon 28 vi 47 waxing triseptile Eris 24 ar 30


Boy, when I gave the blog an Aquarius Moon, little did I realize what I was getting myself into! 😜

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