#Stevi Jackson Tumblr posts

  • maaarine
    08.05.2021 - 19 hours ago

    MBTI & Musicians: SP and SJ types

    See also: NF and NT musicians

    ISFP

    Erykah BADU Travis BARKER (Blink 182) Carla BRUNI Julian CASABLANCAS (The Strokes) Lana DEL REY Billie EILISH FKA TWIGS Charlotte GAINSBOURG Françoise HARDY Lauryn HILL (Fugees) Michael JACKSON JEON Jung-kook (BTS) Jack JOHNSON Alicia KEYS Lenny KRAVITZ LADY GAGA Kendrick LAMAR Marilyn MANSON Melanie MARTINEZ MIGUEL Mac MILLER NEKFEU Karen O (Yeah Yeah Yeahs) Frank OCEAN Yoko ONO Vanessa PARADIS PRINCE Raleigh RITCHIE Mark RONSON SADE Troye SIVAN Jorja SMITH SOLANGE Bruce SPRINGSTEEN Oli SYKES (Bring Me The Horizon) TAMINO THE WEEKND Pete WENTZ (Fall Out Boy) Pharrell WILLIAMS

    ESFP

    ADELE Lily ALLEN Azealia BANKS Jane BIRKIN Melanie BROWN (Spice Girls) CARDI B CHARLI XCX CHER Miley CYRUS Noah CYRUS Paloma FAITH Nelly FURTADO Liam GALLAGHER (Oasis) HALSEY JENIFER Elton JOHN Janis JOPLIN Bill KAULITZ (Tokio Hotel) KESHA KIM Seok-jin (BTS) Avril LAVIGNE Juliette LEWIS (Juliette and the Licks) LIL’ KIM Dua LIPA LIZZO Demi LOVATO Courtney LOVE (Hole) MADONNA Bruno MARS Paul MCCARTNEY (The Beatles) Nicki MINAJ Stevie NICKS (Fleetwood Mac) Rita ORA Dolly PARTON Katy PERRY PINK Jojo SIWA Sam SMITH Will SMITH Gwen STEFANI (No Doubt) STORMZY Harry STYLES (One Direction) Meghan TRAINOR Tina TURNER Robbie WILLIAMS Amy WINEHOUSE XXXTENTACION YUNGBLUD

    ISTP

    3D (Massive Attack) AVICII DAMSO Jacques DUTRONC EMINEM Kim GORDON (Sonic Youth) Johnny HALLYDAY Debbie HARRY (Blondie) JAY-Z Joan JETT (The Runaways) Mica LEVI Zayn MALICK (One Direction) MIN Yoon-gi / SUGA (BTS)

    ESTP

    A$AP ROCKY AWKWAFINA Justin BIEBER Roméo ELVIS Jamie FOXX Aretha FRANKLIN James HETFIELD (Metallica) Niall HORAN (One Direction) Tom KAULITZ (Tokio Hotel) R. KELLY POST MALONE Charlie PUTH Keith RICHARDS (Rolling Stones) RIHANNA Joey STARR (NTM) TEKASHI69 Kanye WEST

    ISFJ

    Victoria BECKHAM (Spice Girls) BEYONCE Mariah CAREY Paris HILTON Nick JONAS (Jonas Brothers) Britney SPEARS

    ESFJ

    Mario BARRAVECCHIA Michael BUBLE Céline DION Sofia ESSAIDI Ariana GRANDE Jennifer LOPEZ Lea MICHELE Mandy MOORE Liam PAYNE (One Direction) SHAKIRA Taylor SWIFT Tiffany YOUNG (Girls’ Generation)

    ESTJ

    Michel SARDOU

    See also: NF and NT musicians

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  • doped-up-marxist
    07.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    The Family Industry: Commodifying Reproductive Labour

    As more women have entered the workforce and work has increasingly transcended the temporal boundaries of the working day, the net amount of time a household’s members can dedicate to reproductive labour has reduced (Huws, 2019). In turn various commodities have arisen that stand to reduce the amount of reproductive labour a household must engage in. Reproductive labour is still disproportionately performed by women and it functions as a site for the navigation of heteronormative gender norms moreover, the commodification processes by which its duration is reduced are deeply inflected by racism, this will be of crucial importance if - as intersectional feminists have argued - gender is unthinkable without reference to its racialised dimensions. What follows is a taking up of two ways in which reproductive labour is commodified - professional cleaners and household appliances - as objects of interrogation so as to compare the various ways in which they stand to contest and reassert heteronormative social constructions of gender. A commodity is that which is produced for exchange on a market rather than for its specifically useful character (Marx, 2004), when a fast food worker prepares a burger to be sold that is commodity production and when a parent makes a nearly identical burger to be eaten by their child that is not. What is at stake in the definition of commodity production is nothing to do with the content of the labour, but rather the social relationships surrounding and setting that labour in motion. Commodification then refers to the various ways in which labour processes come under the remit of commodity production, whether by their increasing mediation through commodities (the use of TV shows for educating children) or by the bringing of the entire laborious activity within a commodity relationship (the hiring of personal tutors for children). Reproductive labour refers to all the activities necessary for the day-to-day care and maintenance of populations: cooking, cleaning, teaching, caring and many more. Historically it has been performed largely by women for no economic compensation and attributed very little status or respect, however many middle-class families in recent years have begun hiring domestic workers (“cleaners'', “housekeepers”, “maids”) thereby commodifying reproductive labour (Huws, 2019). Ostensibly this performs a double function vis-a-vis the deconstruction of heternormative gender both freeing middle-class women from the household thereby placing them on equal footing with men as members of the job market and recognising domestic labour as worthy of compensation in the wage provided. However there are multiple heteronormative and racist assumptions underlying this ostensability that may be revealed throgh comparison with another more widespread commodification of reproductive labour - household appliances. Heteronormativity as per Stevi Jackson (2006) does not simply refer to heterosexual arrangements of sexuality (although it does refer to that) it also refers to what is heterosexual and normal with regards to “domestic and extra-domestic divisions of labour and resources” and the arrangments of power that seek to enforce and maintain that normality. In general these arrangements of power do not only insist that people should be heterosexual but also creates hierachies within heterosexuality such that there are modes of heterosexual life that find themselves elevated above others and gay forms of social life that find themselves elevated by successful imitation. Integral to this hierarchisation is the reification of bigenderism - the insistence there are two genders the follow inevitably from two uncontestable biological sexes that are mutually complementary and sexual desire is naturally between these two (Gilbert, 2009). Herein lies the historical and ideological antecedents of the association of women with reproductive labour, from the premise that there is one sex category in society capable of giving birth comes a whole host of claims asserting care of the child as their natural responsibility, this caring impulse is then elaborated to the entirety of social life. Key to the heteronormative domestic division of labour is its one-sidedness, women in heterosexual relationships perform far more domestic labour than their partners even when they perform the same amount of waged labour. Household appliances then stand to reduce the amount of time women spend performing reproductive labour, although they do so in such a way that does nothing to reduce its one sided character and moreover their marketing towards women has functioned to reinforce hegemonic heteronormative notions of women as caregivers. The power of household appliances as a mode of commodification is far less overt than that of domestic workers, but as Adorno and Horkheimer (2006) have argued, “a technological rationale is the rationale of domination itself” such that they function both to disguise the gendered and violent social processes that go into their production and to naturalise a certain (heteronormative) way of structuring and ordering our world. The Guardian has far more articles on the feminist ethics of hiring a cleaner than it does of purchasing a toaster and yet both mobilise and embody deeply heteronormative familial structures premised upon racism. The labour processes involved in the production of household appliances and domestic work are both deeply inflected with racism (Huws, 2019). Domestic workers are often from migrant backgrounds and marginalised ethnic groups, suffering poor labour conditions and pay whilst the manufacture of household appliances relies upon an international regime of imperialism premised upon resource extraction and labour exploitation to manufacture them as cheaply as possible. Kimberlé Crenshaw (1990) allows us to understand that this has implications for their gendered dimensions, gender and race do not simply produce discrete oppressions rather they also operate in tandem to produce unique oppressions. The diversity of women’s marginalisation cannot be accounted for entirely under the sign of womanhood because womanhood always tacitly functions as “white womanhood” and in doing so collapses the experience of, in Crenshaw’s (1990) example, black women thereby rendering invisible the ways they are oppressed not just as women or black people but specifically as black women. So with respect to the labour conditions of migrant domestic workers the conjunction of migrant status and proletarianisation functions to place workers’s residency at stake if they fail to keep their job, in turn reducing their ability to agitate for better conditions. The linkup with gender regimes is promised in Silvia Federici’s (1975) argument that “the poorer the family the higher the enslavement of the woman”, all the violences of poverty are felt doubly by women in heteronormative arrangements who must first bear them alone and then also comfort their partner through them. Moreover, this comforting relies upon the reaffirmation of men's psychic investment in the heteronormative arrangment, it is not simply as a partner he is comforted but as the person in the relationship who is deserving of comforting. So the commodification of reproductive labour through the hiring of domestic labourers functions on the basis of an intersection of race, class and gender to reinforce heteronormative gender norms. The seeming liberation of a certain section of women from domestic labour, functions instead to reassert the entire gendered regime by intensifying the race and class based contradictions between women such that the potential for collective struggle is diminished. A similar argument holds for the proliferation of household appliances, whatever additional time women acquire on the basis of household appliances finds its source in the ossified labour of other victims of international racist patriarchal capitalism such that the investment of women in systems ultimately of their own oppression becomes deeper. Cathy J. Cohen (2005) argues in Punk Bulldaggers and Welfare Queens that Intersectionality also offers a diversification of the theme of heteronormatvity itself revealing that the heteronormative family actually consists of a plurality of heteronormative familys as produced by differential axises of race and class. Moreover, the white middle-class family achieves a certain ascendency whereby other family forms are positioned as imitations/failed attempts at this family form. Heteronormativity relies upon constructions of whiteness as a site of morality and sexual constraint. The resulting taxonomy of heteronormative familys has several implications. As middle-class women have less of their lives taken up by reproductive labour due to commodification processes that are only accessible to them various norms in society become structured around the assumption of having access to these things, thereby excluding working-class women - as a long standing and deeply naturalised example, the lack of child care facilities at cinemas, universities and bars preclude people who cannot access some form of childcare from going to them. The commodification process itself however also exerts a structuring influence both through and upon this taxonomy of families producing a cycle of immanent reinforcement. While strictly a question of if something is produced for the market or not, Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer (2006) have suggested that commodification processes set in motion certain changes in the way commodities are produced and distributed. Integral to this change is the emergence of standardisation, because commodities are produced for profit the question quickly emerges of how to produce any given one as efficiently as possible and once this way is set upon it will rapidly univeralise itself. However, it is not inevitable consumers will all want identical products so desires must also be manufactured to be as homogenous as possible. This produces a system of retroactive justification such that the state of society (dispersed small heteronormative families) functions to naturalise mass production of standardised commodities because its the only way such a society could be maintained, effectively disguising that the emergence of society in that form was a product of political choices - “the coercive nature of society alienated from itself” (Horkheimer & Adorno, 2006). Social being determines social consciousness (Marx, 1965) such that homogeneity of desire is best assured by homogeneity of living arrangements. Yet colonialism has brought numerous different cultures who live in numerous different ways under capitalism’s remit and the drive to constantly create new products and activities only accessible to certain income brackets leads to a diversification along income and ethnic divisions such that all ways of living (including familial arrangements) must be constructed as imitations of a more important one (the afore discussed white middle-class heteronormative one) for whom the standardised products are produced. What we have then is that the commodities (e.g household appliances and domestic cleaning services) are produced so as to most readily be sold to heteronormative families and heteronormative families increasingly structure themselves as reliant upon certain commodities. The system is so naturalised that it is necessary to note the extremely broad range of family/household structures that have existed besides heteronormative ones throughout human history to highlight what is excluded; there are families that dont live under the same roof, families that are itinerant living under no roof at all, families that consist exclusively of multiply disabled young adults and there are groups of workers on the same site living as families. The family is a long standing and diverse formation and it is only recently that it has been compelled into such monolithic forms (Engels, 2007).   The heteronormative family is small and monogamous, it resides in one house and consists of a husband and his wife and their children, aswell they work “professional jobs” and engage in a reasonable amount of forward facing social activity (community events and dinner parties etc). The most immediate point of reinforcement between the commodification of household appliances and heteronormative families then is size, larger families are typically able to exist on the basis of extended family taking a more active role in childcare, in contravention of heternormative constructions where it is often the mothers near-sole responsibility. Washing machines, toasters, and video game consoles are all built - at least in their most readily accessible form - for the size needs of families of 3-5. The bed and all its marketing implies a monogamous relationship, indeed were it not beyond the scope of “household appliances'' we could speak of the tyranny of the bedroom itself. The emergence of timers on many devices (washing machines, slow cookers and air conditioners etc) accommodate the increasing number of working women and the expectation the house will be empty for long periods of the day. The proliferation of devices for the cleaning of households into every home resists any impulse to socialise cleaning across all of society thereby enforcing the reliance of the disabled upon access to some traditional family structure to take care of them. In general the tendency is towards atomisation, leaving women without a social support base from which to resist their husbands and ensuring that reproductive labour remains constantly hidden from the public eye and so denied respect and status. Domestic workers are subject to quite overtly gendered marginalisation, although the depths of this are obscured by dimensions of race and class, whereas the power of the domestic appliance over the entire gendered regime is far more subtle. Both however emphasise the viscerally disempowering nature of commodification, relationships between people become misrepresented as relationships between objects and so the true nature of the situation becomes illusory. The end of the commodity is the end of production for profit, in short capitalism and for as long as misogyny has the retroactive justification of the world of commodities to prop it up it will probably find some crevice to hide in. 

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  • jaygerland
    06.05.2021 - 2 days ago
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  • queensboro
    05.05.2021 - 3 days ago

    You look up the personnel for any Stevie Wonder song and it’s like.

    Stevie Wonder: vocal, bass, lead guitar, synth, handclaps, drums, maracas, bongos, backing vocal, rhythm guitar, city sounds in background, organ, pan flutes, baby crying

    Willie Weeks: extra bass

    Jackson Five: emotional support and additional backing vocals

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  • tchallasbabymama
    04.05.2021 - 4 days ago

    20 Questions

    20 Questions

    Rules: Answer 20 questions + tag 20 blogs you’d love to get to know better.

    Tagged by @aureahope

    name: Cece...y’all ain’t getting the government.

    pronouns: She/they

    zodiac: Sagittarius ♐️

    height: 5′6″ 

    time: 3:50pm

    birthdate: December 7th

    nationality: Unfortunately American, proudly Black (I know it’s not a nationality, but fuck off.)

    favorite band/groups: Destiny’s Child forever (Happy 20 years to the Survivor album!), Chloe x Halle, SWV, Jodeci, Alabama Shakes, dvsn, Florence + The Machine, Glass Animals, Ibeyi, OSHUN, Outkast, *NSYNC, B5...there’s probably more, but scrolling through my Spotify I see that I listen to more solo artists than groups. 

    favorite solo artists: What did I just say? Lol, let’s see...Janelle Monae, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Burna Boy, Jazmyne Sullivan, Bruno Mars, Miguel, Jidenna, Ari Lennox, Ariana Grande, Brittany Howard, FKA Twigs, Janet Jackson, Prince, Solange, Kendrick Lamar, Stevie Wonder, Luke James, Megan Thee Stallion, Nao, Whitney Houston, Noname, SiR, Xavier Omar, SZA, Zebra Katz

    when you created your blog: I made it in college, maybe around 2014ish...did I use it? Lol no. I didn’t start using tumblr until the beginning of the ponderosa.

    last thing I Googled: “Veggielicious” which is a Black-owned vegan restaurant here in Nashville. Y’all, I could eat their greens and candied yams all day every day and die a happy woman. 

    other blogs: Just this one for now.

    why I chose my URL: Is it not self-explanatory? He’s my babydaddy, what’s not clicking?

    how many people you’re following: 161

    how many people follow you: 184

    average hours of sleep: 6-7 on a good night. I need 4 at the minimum.

    instruments: Just my voice. I can’t SANG, but I can sing.

    lucky number: 9

    currently wearing: Jurassic Park tanktop and satin Fenty pajama bottoms. Yes it’s almost 4pm, but I work from home 😂

    dream trip: I want to tour the diaspora. Africa, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and even cities here in the states.

    favorite food: I’m southern as hell, y’all. I love me some greens. Collard, turnip, mustard, mixed...give it all to me. They might be tied for first with mangoes, though 🤔.Second place: shrimp and grits.

    favorite song(s): Whew, so many. This is by no means an exhaustive list...

    I Wonder What She Thinks of Me by Chloe x Halle

    I’m Your Baby Tonight by Whitney Houston (double points thanks to the X-men theme song)

    Miss You Much by Janet Jackson

    Deathless by Ibeyi

    Mother by Florence + The Machine

    Pray For Me by The Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar

    My Money, My Baby by Burna Boy

    Summer Soft by Stevie Wonder

    Damn near everything Janelle Monae or Beyoncé have ever done

    Umi Says by LION BABE (It’s a really good cover. Trust me, go listen and get your Black ass life.)

    If You Love Me by Brownstone

    who you are by Luke James

    Willow Weep For Me by Nina Simone

    Sending My Love by Zhané AND the Chloe x Halle cover

    Orbit- Live from Air Studios by Nao (the album version is great, but the live version is hauntingly beautiful)

    There’s like 100+ more, sooo...yeah that’s enough.

    top three fictional universes to live in: The decolonized/never colonized utopia in my head, somewhere with the technology to teleport, and a universe where the solstice actually did give Black people powers. 

    I think everybody I would want to tag is tagged already (I say that now, but I’ll probably remember someone in like 2 minutes), so how about whoever sees this just gon head and answer for me. K?

    #Q & A #get to know me #who is cece #what is cece #why is cece
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  • doubledeckerrecords
    30.04.2021 - 1 week ago

    Lp’s 4/30 Part 1

    The Rolling Stones, DIO, The Beatles, Dan Fogelberg (2), Marvin Gaye, Joe Jackson, Linda Ronstadt (3), Walter Egan, Firefall, Gino Vanelli, Chicago (2), Quincy Jones, Hall & Oates, Barry Manilow, Commodores, Neil Diamond, Rod Stewart, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Michael Jackson, Elton John (4), Harry Connick Jr., (2), Dolly Parton, Marabi Jive Brothers, Kwame Nkrumah, The Mighty Thorns, Jerry Gonzalez, Keith Whitley, The Cars, The Pretenders, Lou Reed (2), The Cascades, Bob Seger, Buckingham Nicks, V/A-Super Blues, Lazy Bill Lucas, Pachanga, Clifton Chenier, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood mac, Simon And Garfunkel, Dick Campbell, Marjoe, Psycho III OST, Robert Greenidge/Michael Utley

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  • randomestfandoms-ocs
    29.04.2021 - 1 week ago

    OCs I’m Feeling RN

    I’ll save you all a preamble lmao — as always, feel free to ask about other ocs too but these are my current muses

    Aurora Anderson — Glee (x Sebastian Smythe)

    Stevie Cooper — Riverdale (x Keegan Rhodes)

    Cassia Potter — Harry Potter (x Dimitri Aleksander Volkov)

    Bianca Davis — MCU (x Steve Rogers)

    Nikki Rogers — MCU (x Peter Parker) — main muse rn

    Sophie Dugray — Gilmore Girls (x Logan Huntzberger)

    Lorrie Gilmore-Danes — Gilmore Girls

    Victoria Blofis — Percy Jackson (x Jason Grace)

    Alyssa Solomon — Gallagher Girls

    Leia Gallagher — Gallagher Girls (x Zach Goode)

    Annalise Goode — Gallagher Girls

    Rachel Eliot — The Society (past x Grizz; x Becca endgame) — main muse rn

    Willow Dell — Gilmore Girls (x Jess Mariano)

    Kirsty Gilmore [ Piece By Piece ] — Gilmore Girls (x Jess Mariano) — main muse rn

    Ivy Knight — Arrow (x Oliver Queen) — main muse rn

    Also vibing with my gallagher girls & pjo & marvel ocs, and, of course, any other ocs are welcome!!  These are just the ones I’ve been feeling the vibe for lately!

    And of course yall know crossovers are welcome too!!  
    *as always, I’m happy to answer anything from my ask game & prompts tags, but any other questions are more than welcome too!!  
    **romantic relationships are obviously welcome but I’m happy to talk about any dynamics!
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  • lifeminute-tv
    29.04.2021 - 1 week ago

    Taurus Traits and Celebs Who Share Them

    The second astrological sign of the zodiac, Taurus begins April 20th and ends May 20th. Taurus is an earth sign and is ruled by Venus, the enchanting planet that governs love, beauty, and money.

    Fellow famous Taureans include; Kelly Clarkson, Jack Nicholson, Queen Elizabeth II, Renée Zellweger, Al Pacino, Carol Burnett, Channing Tatum, Jessica Alba, Penelope Cruz, Michelle Pfeiffer, Uma Thurman, Jerry Seinfeld, Gal Gadot, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, David Beckham, Christina Hendricks, Rosario Dawson, Bono, Stevie Wonder, Janet Jackson, George Clooney, Cher and Adele.

    Taurus are known to be one of the hardest working signs. They are trust-worthy because they value the trait above everything. Like the bull they are strong-willed and even stubborn at times. Overall they are reliable, patient and practical. Since they are earth signs they are down to earth and enjoy relaxing in serene environments.

    https://lifeminute.tv/home-and-family/video/taurus-traits-and-celebs-who-share-them

    #Taurus Taurus Traits famous taurus traits of taurus zodiac signs earth signs celebrities who are taurus lifeminute lifeminute.tv
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  • itoldsunset
    28.04.2021 - 1 week ago

    thank u @wollae for tagging me!!

    Rules: we’re snooping on your playlist. Put your entire music library on shuffle and list the first ten songs and then choose 10 victims.

    รบกวนมารักกัน - tata young

    hail mary - 2pac

    all for you - janet jackson

    u got it bad - usher

    cloud riders - tori amos

    ปฎิทินหัวใจ - สาว สาว สาว (@teh-ohaew listen to this for ur 80s thai music cravings, and everything else by สาว สาว สาว)

    the weekend - sza

    sin pijama - becky g, natti natasha

    famous last words - my chemical romance

    signed, sealed, delivered (i'm yours) - stevie wonder

    tagging: @teh-ohaew @ipytm @littlestellagibson @lesbianpetekao @serannes @jaehwany and anyone else who wants to do this!! i am way too bad at tagging dskljhgdlkghf

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  • hoochy-coo
    27.04.2021 - 1 week ago
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  • lovebishoplosamiguelgalindo
    26.04.2021 - 1 week ago

    So yeah here is some of my writing playlist for the Mayans peeps 💗

    My writing playlist :

    Dr. Feelgood — Motley Crie

    Wheel in The Sky — Journey

    Bed Of Roses - Bon Jovi

    Animal - Def Leppard

    I’m On Fire - Bruce Springsteen

    American Girl - Tom Petty

    Free Fallin- Tom Petty

    Little Red Corvette - Prince ( for Angel Reyes I don’t know why)

    Beth - KISS

    Get Over It - Eagles

    Tequila Sunrise - Eagles

    Night Moves - Bob Seger

    Running On Empty - Jackson Browne

    Shame On The Moon - Bob Seger

    Fat Bottomed Girl - Queen

    Radio Gaga- Queen

    Edge of Seventeen - Stevie Nicks

    Zombie - The Cranberries

    Barracuda - Heart

    Linger - Cranberries

    Anything by Ed Sheeran

    Kerosene - Miranda Lambert

    Jolene - Zac Brown Band

    Tennesse Whiskey- Chris Stapleton

    Glitter In The Air - Pink

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  • glisteninbrown
    23.04.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    ❂ Fame & power degrees ❂

    Everyone already knows about the infamous Leo degrees but there are also some other degrees in theory that are associated with power/fame. These degrees can be for planets, houses, angles, Part of Fortune, Lunar Nodes, and to a lesser extent major asteroids (Lilith, Chiron, Pallas, etc).

    You can use both your Sidereal and Placidus charts too as both are accurate in their own way.

    💫 5°, 17°, 29° - Of course, the Leo degrees usually associated with fame.

    Drake (Leo ASC at 29°)
    Donald Trump (Leo ASC at 29°)
    Megan Thee Stallion (Leo moon at 29°)
    John D. Rockefeller (Cancer Mercury at 29°)

    💫 2° - The degree of Taurus, this sign is associated with worth, possessions, wealth*, luxury, and stability. The 2° specifically is known as the supreme power degree and has been in charts of people who had obtained supreme power at some point in their lives/ been linked to someone with this degree/ had something remarkable (or drastic) happen to them and/ or made highly remarkable achievements.

    Queen Victoria (Gemini sun at 2°)
    Henry Ford (Leo Mercury at 2°)
    John F. Kennedy (Leo Neptune 2°) drastic death.
    Eleanor Roosevelt (ruler of 7H at 2°) wife to Franklin Roosevelt .
    Rosaline Carter (ruler of 7H at 2°) wife to Jimmy Carter.
    Michael Jackson (Pluto & Neptune at 2°) he had his sun conjunct Pluto & Jupiter conjunct Neptune.

    💫 11° and 22° - Associated with Aquarius (11) and Capricorn (22), these are known as the master degrees. This is because in Numerology 11 and 22 numbers are master numbers that connect to the spiritual plane. People with these number are driven to achieve something important in their life, usually something for the greater good of a community.

    Stevie Wonder ( Taurus sun at 22° 8H and Virgo Mars at 22° 12H)
    Michael Jackson (Taurus Mars at 22° 2H)
    Nelson Mandela (Gemini Venus at 22° 6H)
    Michael Jordan (Pisces MC at 22°)
    Rihanna (Aries Moon at 11° 12H)

    💫  28° - Associated with the sign of Cancer, this degree is known as the house hold name, people with this in their chart are likely to have their name known in some way whether thats in the community, nationwide, or worldwide.

    Michael Jackson (Jupiter at 28° Libra 8H)
    I have a friend who also has his Jupiter 8H at 28° but in Capricorn, he is not famous famous but he is well known in our industry and has many connections.
    Michael Jordan (Aquarius sun at 28° 9H)
    Donald Trump (Part of Fortune in Aquarius at 28°)

    DISCLAIMER: Just because you have these degrees does not automatically mean you’ll be famous and same for those without these degrees, though those with the degrees will likely be popular either in family, school, or work at some point in their lives. If you do not have these degrees, there are other chart indicators that can point towards fame so don’t feel bad! Believing in yourself will always trump astrology at the end of the day too.

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  • sidney-tell
    22.04.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    Throwback Vibes

    April 19th, 2021

    Heaven- Bryan Adams

    Doing All Right- Queen

    Reasons- Earth Wind and Fire

    Leather and Lace- Stevie Nicks

    I’ve Just Seen A Face- The Beatles

    If You Ever Did Believe- Stevie Nicks

    Crazy Little Thing Called Love- Queen

    Do You Want To Know A Secret- The Beatles

    Leave The Door Open- Bruno Mars, Anderson Paak, Silk Sonic

    The Way You Do The Things You Do- The Temptations

    Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing- Marvin Gaye, Tammi Terrell

    I Wanna Be Where You Are [Underboss Remix]- Michael Jackson

    #DS #Optional Task 188
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