The infamous, long-running Mercury/Neptune conjunction is beginning to wane, leaving in its wake massive Neptunian confusion inside my own Mercury mind as to just how I became the target of an internet scam that was very expensive, is not over, and is going to require a lot of careful thought as to how to make up for the loss. Of course it didn’t help that transit Saturn at 20° Capricorn is now pressing towards transit Pluto at 22°, both of which just happen to oppose my Jupiter at 23° Cancer. Saturn/Pluto are moving through my second house of “self-worth” — and of course that includes what we call money. I have been bilked out of thousands that I cannot afford to lose. I’m not sure what to do next. And don’t want to detail it here. But yes, my horrifying imbroglio with the hazards of abstract, digitized internet life is preoccupying me, including the question: how did it start? The origins are murky. It reminds me of what President Trump has gone through during the past two years of so-called “Russian collusion,” and his urgent question:
Devin Nunes wrote an op-ed for the Washington Examiner, entitled: The Russian Collusion Hoax Meets Unbelievable end. Unfortunately, I can’t seem to access it. Censorship? Here he is, when asked about his op-ed:
If only I were as resilient as Donald J. Trump!