Chariot of Truth
A conjunction between these two planets make natives honest; however, they are prone to exaggeration. They are confident in speaking. They interrupt others, seeming rude without realizing it; however, they are just trying to get their point across. Natives pinpoint discrepancies in what others say. Those born under this influence will travel overseas and to foreign lands. International commerce is also likely. Natives benefit from global trade. Professions may require they travel. This conjunct produces excellent orators, debaters, interpreters, translators, chancellors, deans, ambassadors and evangelists.
The trickster hand in hand with the master of masquerade.
lends intellectuality to the mystic planet and Neptune redeems the cold
brilliancy of the star of reason. At the same time, Mercury is the
trickster, and Neptune the master of masquerade, and these, in
combination often produce a whimsicality or perversity....It sometimes
gives logic divorced from common sense.~Aleister Crowley
These two planets conjoined give a ripe imagination coupled with a persuasiveness. Inherent in the native is an element of criminality. Natives are liars. This aspect bestows sleight of hand, lending to thievery. It can indicate idiocy; however, this is not necessarily the case, but rather common sense is forfeited for some ideal. People with this aspect perceive everything while wearing their rose-colored glasses. Natives are fickle.
conjunction between these two planets make natives inquisitive and
rather manipulative. They dissect both themselves and others
psychologically. They can be forceful in their speech, resorting to
blackmail and coercion. Their words are powerful, impacting listeners
and bringing about transformation whether they realize it or not. Those
born under this
influence delight in mysteries of all sorts and perhaps even the
occult. Death holds a fascination for such individuals. Ideal
professions are magicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, spies and