My friend Fabienne Lopez at Astrology Unboxed just posted a cool, fun entry that I really enjoyed: five astrology-related questions that the she answered in her post. The format was born from a meme that was originally posted by Sunday Stealing and then modified for astrologers and astrology-lovers by Learning Curve on the Ecliptic.
If you want to play, you have to ask the person whose post you’re reading to interview you. Then you get five unique questions that you answer by posting them on your own blog. Eager to play, I asked Fabienne to interview me. So, here goes:
1. What is your guiltiest astrological pleasure?
A: Synastry. I love checking out my chart with others to see how we’re linked. It’s great fun. With my online writing friends I find that, more often than not, they have mutable axes, just like me!
2. In my chart, I secretly blame….?
A: My Mars-Moon opposition, conjunct my nodal axis, in the third-ninth houses for making me both hyper and hyper-sensitive where communicating with others is concerned.
3. When is it hard to do a chart?
A. I can’t do charts for my family. I’m too close to them, it’s impossible to be objective.
4. Could you do the rest of your life without astrology?
A. This lifetime, for me, is about astrology in a big way. But if I had to give it up, or lived in a reality where astrology didn’t exist, I would still be analyzing, classifying and trying to understand people and myself. That’s what I primarily use it for. It’s probably my Virgo Mercury and Scorpio Moon.
5. If you had to write a poem what it would be?
A. I did start work on a poem on Saturday. It’s about seduction through words. Very appropriate for someone with a Mercury conjunct Venus, don’t you think?
On another note, here’s a music video that lit me up. It’s very inspiring: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGK84Poeynk
If you enjoyed this post and want to play, here are the rules:
1. Leave me a comment saying, “Interview me.”
2. I will respond by emailing you five questions. (I get to pick the questions).
3. You will update your blog with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the same post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.