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Post by Montu » Sun Jun 13, 2021 3:23 am

Date of Birth: 23 of September, 1994
Time: 03:50 am, Thessaloniki, Greece

Greetings everyone!

I was never particularly fond of astrology, and albeit being religious and interested in the occult, I never considered astrology seriously. This began to change the last years, when after reading some good posts from the forum Heruraha (which has unfortunately now become inaccessible), I found through mr. Eshelman Solunars and decided to have a look. When I read the list of "Sun in Virgo" I began to reconsider what I had previously dismissed.
That was the beginning of reading several other lists of descriptions of natal chart characteristics in order to better understand myself and my psychological composition. Liz Greene's book's have helped a lot.

Currently, I want to use astrology to find out what career is for me to pursuit, as I find myself to be unable to do so with other means. What I considered to be the path for me is no more, since some realizations done last year made it vanish from sight pretty quickly, and what I thought of as something sure and stable, now has disappeared.

Any advise would be more than welcome!

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Re: Montu

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jun 13, 2021 10:19 am

Welcome to Solunars, Montu. - BTW, Heruraha's database became corrupted and we have someone who is going to import and clean it up (hundreds of thousands of records) and import it to a later, more secure version of the forum software, then relaunch - but that will take time.

Given your angular Moon, Venus, and Jupiter (plus your Virgo-Aries luminaries), I see several paths to suggest for career - but first, it helps to know your interests and skills. You're 26 - still living in Greece? - Do you have any schooling/training you've pursued (and how do you feel about those directions)? Do you have work experience on which you want to build, or do you want a clean slate?

It's clear you need to use your active, strategic mind and need an Aries expression - possibly room for initiate, possibly possibility of leadership - and that you're a "people person" that needs something that connects with and/or stands in gracious service to others, which immediately made me think of the hospitality end of the service industries - but before I jump with, "Hey, how about hotel manager?" I'd like to know what has any relevance to you. We can sort through your priorities together.
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Post by Montu » Sun Jun 13, 2021 12:32 pm

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Sun Jun 13, 2021 10:19 am

Given your angular Moon, Venus, and Jupiter (plus your Virgo-Aries luminaries), I see several paths to suggest for career - but first, it helps to know your interests and skills. You're 26 - still living in Greece? - Do you have any schooling/training you've pursued (and how do you feel about those directions)? Do you have work experience on which you want to build, or do you want a clean slate?

It's clear you need to use your active, strategic mind and need an Aries expression - possibly room for initiate, possibly possibility of leadership - and that you're a "people person" that needs something that connects with and/or stands in gracious service to others, which immediately made me think of the hospitality end of the service industries - but before I jump with, "Hey, how about hotel manager?" I'd like to know what has any relevance to you. We can sort through your priorities together.
Yes, I still live in Greece. Athens in particular.
Currently I am finishing my university on Management of Ecclesiastical Artifacts (something like museum curator but for the Church). My feeling for what I chose as a field of study is the following: If I do not starve to death from unemployment because of it, I could easily say that I love it. It has offered me access to university level knowledge of various sciences such as history, physics, chemistry, theology, art and many more.

I am very interested in the arts and culture in general. More specifically I liked drawing since childhood, but that interest began to wane at high school until it vanished at 16 and reappeared at 19. Upon deciding to leave my university to study Fine Arts (something fortunately I did not do), I came in contact with the Theory and History of Arts department, with which I was amused and whenever I had time, for two years, I went there and observed (is this the proper word?) the courses. My interest in drawing and painting has been waxing and waning since then. It is not something stable, although I have worked as an artist, doing a few comissions and one book illustration. I discovered by doing it, that being my own manager is not for me, for I am a tyrant! Although looking back at what I produced makes me feel happy, my perfectionism tormented me while doing it. Also the instability of program was another big minus.

Most of my jobs in the past were in monasteries in Greece, inside their libraries, either cleaning, conserving or scanning old books and manuscripts, but all of them were projects, not stable jobs. I enjoyed the material at hand, being mysterious and exotic, and also demanding attention, skill and responsibility and apart from that, the fact that I worked with other people, next to me and above me, was very vivifying. The negative was that since it was a men's monastery, it did not allow women to enter, and I want to have a relationship.

To add something more, I am also interested in languages, (I have studied for short periods German, Italian, Syriac (old Syriac) and currently learning slowly but steadily Hebrew).

So far I find that I like stability in work, a 9-5 shift is pretty welcome, to make a decent living, to be independent and be able to support a small family. Also I like working with people, I would probably say that this is a must for my emotional well being during work. As mentioned before I like arts and culture very much, but these areas are either unstable or demanding a lot of degrees, connections, voluntary work and a "sponsor" supporting you while you do these things. Moreover, being either an artist or a museum curator are pretty lonely jobs but in a totally different manner each.

Something that passes through my mind is digital art, which is more mainstream and thus more of a safe choice, so in the near future I want to learn how to use digital media. Also lately I am considering very seriously of leaving my country and going to Germany or to another Northwest European country.

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Re: Montu

Post by Danica » Tue Jun 15, 2021 7:13 am

Reading what you said about drawing, and thinking of the precision-capacity of Virgo, combined with the executiveness of Aries ... I was reminded of an Virgo-Aries I know who’s channeled their refined drawing skills into the architecture design work.
.. There’s the whole new, untapped yet in its proper scope, field of the Sustainable Building!
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Re: Montu

Post by Inno_Laser » Mon Jul 19, 2021 12:40 pm

Hello dear Sirs, and dear Montu,
here is what i, as a beginner, can come up with,

Dear Montu, the reading is for you. It seems, you can be very emotional. Especially when it comes to higher spheres and job.

Whats your hobby if I may ask?

Are you interested in reading? (As a expert should be)

(You should do some more sport training today.. you have good transit)

((Think hard about values, if you can.))

D G (Inno_L)

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