Aquarius is the binary emanation of wise Saturn with revelatory Uranus. He is the wizard who holds all the knowledge of human potential and the Air pixie who blows the rainbow bubbles of divine liquid nourishment. These bubbles are the air dough of the collective seas (Pisces). Aquarius is symbolized by two jagged lines, suggesting a sign that expresses itself through dual forces. One is his attachment of the scientific realm, logical framework and maintenance of the status quo. The other is his sparkling, imagined ideals, his spiritual quest and his need to overturn all existing structures.
aquarius has a reputation for flamboyant eccentricity and mad scientist lunacy. although this is an aquarius spirit in full swing, not every aquarian is walking clockwork orange. every aquarian is however, the master of his own universe, his own stylist, his own fashion entrepreneur and his own vibration. every aquarius lives on a planet of his own, some ordained with hemp oil and indoor plants and others in futuristic worlds surrounded by computers and chemistry sets. whatever it is, whatever he becomes, will emanate from his centre being, and reflect the unique cosmic portrait they painted for themselves. aquarians walk to their own unique universe drum and rarely become swept up in the hysteria of crowds. it’s usually the crowd that ends up following trend setting aquarius; who bounce with the gravity of their own style and frequency. whatever the expression, there always remains an vibrant colour wash of rebellion and protest. and this is an internal aggression and insurgance against stereotypes, consensual expectations and classifications. they are transporting individuals who take their company to all sorts of strange and wicked wonderlands. even attempting to define aquarius via archetype and qualities is futile. he is next to impossible to pin down, resists definition and remains playfully unpredictable. aquarius feel he never quite finds his place in the world, but he creates a whole new universe and swings straight into it like an electric starburst
"Three Little Kittens" (1938)
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