Sunday, 7 October 2012

IMAGES & WORDS - WEEK 179 - ASTROLOGY

I am born late in April, so is an early Taurus. Someone, once said that I could be both , Aries and Taurus, which greatly peed me off as I know I am so typically a Taurus.

Earthbound and stubborn, non-materialistic, gardener and nurturer, animal lover and loyal friend.



"Modern astrology equates Taurus with fixity, fertility, fruitfulness, and security- all energies that relate in some way to things that grow in the earth. While not every Taurus is a gardener, it is true that their lives closely parallel the cycles of nature. In the Taurean spring, it is important which seeds are planted, as well as making sure that the right thing is planets at the right time. One cannot plant flowers in the dead of winter. The seedlings must be watered properly and given the right amount of light, food and nurturing. Such tasks are required of Taureans, and during spring cycle their proficiency at sustaining the young plant, waiting, and watching its growth patiently, is more important than the expectation of results. The summer cycle is associated with an ease of existence which many Taureans try to extend beyond its normal time frame-that of sitting back and basking in the richness of the beauty around them, observing the vibrancy of colour and the abundance with which nature has rewarded them for their careful planting and nurturing. By Ariel Guttman and Kenneth Johnson, Mythic Astrology

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  2. ah you are a bull, but use an image of his mate, the cow?
    :-) you are a funny one, marianne!

    lovely pic!
    come over for a visit/ kom og besøk meg: http://amalievonbergen.blogspot.no/2012/10/images-and-words-zodiac.html

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    1. yep, I am a female bull LOL.............I wondered who would notice, should have know you Amalie, far to screwd.

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    2. a cow looks like a cow everywhere in this world! "an Ngunu cow, part of Africa's history, the riches of our Zulu people" is surely well adapted to nature where she lives, just like "my" sheep!

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  3. I see, we are on the same boat or better saying, on the same ring....
    images-words-astrology-your-sign

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    1. good ole bulls that we are Belita *winks*

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  4. I am finding this an interesting exercise actually just to read who is what!! Then trying to work out if I think everything fits. LOL.
    I love your photo and your explanation for this sign.....puts a new slant of those good old Moooo Hwahs!!! EH? Muhwah LOL.
    http://mil-oneinamillion.blogspot.com.au/2012/10/images-words-week-179-astrology-your.html

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    1. I agree Milli, quite fun really. Coming over now to look who you are!

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  5. First of all, I very much like your page width - but that is just my meak opinion. Otherwise the bull looks quite happy. They are not stubborn really, just something manly I suppose. And poor things are always in the minority - just too many cows telling the bulls what to do.

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  6. Wonderful entry. LOL!! Love the photo - is he from Wales? :D

    My link

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    1. Nope, he or actually she, as clever Amalie did spot, is very much an Ngunu cow, part of Africa's history, the riches of our Zulu people. This specific one I found up close to Benga, Kariba Dam, Zimbabwe.

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  7. 'Tis a beautiful cow that you chose as your bull Marianne. lol I wouldn't like to upset her going by that evil look in her eyes though.

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  8. sssssshhhhhh, quiet, shayna, she is not suppposed to be known as a he, it is Amalie , that is so clever, I even cloned out the udder and she still spotted it, darn it..........is okay, if you tell no one. Just say: I am a female bull, 'kay??

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    1. haha! sh could not possibly be a bull, whatever you say, marianne! :-) she just looks like a cow..just like women look like women. same thing!

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