The chart shows a soul who becomes desperate if communication is not returned (Mercury Mars con-junction). Sometimes he wants something that is impossible to understand and rationalize, or unrealistic – like he wants to swim where it’s difficult or impossible to swim. (afflicted Neptune) To put it simply, his perception is not always aligned with the 3D reality. He has a history of unpredictable accidents not involving people (Uranus square Sun). There is one more astrological indicator showing that the soul within him may be seeking an aggressive confrontation (Venus Pluto conjunction).
Within last 7-8 months he possibly became more aggressive than usual (Virgo Mars transiting the Sagittarius planets).
If you are ready to commit to a minimum three months training program, you should keep the dog. I personally would give him to some kind of institution where you know 100% that he will be taken care of. Because of one distinct transit, I believe he will continue to pose physical danger until April 2014 (Chiron transit conjunct natal Uranus, already heavily afflicted – under bad influence). If you feel that the above description of the dog was accurate, it will affirm that this period is truly potentially dangerous.
Good Luck. Giving him away doesn’t mean that you will not continue to love him and vice versa. <3
Hi Tina, here we have a second opinion by the person who used different technique called Horary Astrology. This is our communication on my FB page (querent is you, the one asking):
Gorizza Sv A much better way to decide this would be to ask a horary question, instead of looking at the dog’s chart.
Hieronimuss Astroknowlogy Great suggestion, we can do that. I compared the event chart with her chart too. The Moon at that time was exactly conjunct her Chiron. Gave me chills. She asked the question 5/29 at 19:45 CET (Maribor Slovenia), if you want to give it a shot. Let me know. Thanks for replying anyway.
Gorizza Sv Your friend is signified by Jupiter and the Moon, the dog is Venus. Jupiter is very appropriately on Algol, showing the wound on her head/face. And the Moon is in the fall of Venus (and has just separated from a square to it) – a nice picture of the querent’s disappointment with the dog (and of the conflict – square).
But, the main problem is that Venus is in Jupiter’s detriment, meaning: the dog harms the querent. And, Venus is retrograde – the dog is doing something against nature, something wrong. Worst of all, Venus is not about to exit Gemini, where it hates Jupiter. It will go to the beginning of that sign, and then turn forward again. So, this situation is not about to end.
If Venus were going direct, we could conclude: well, 10 more degrees (units of time), then the dog’s planet enters Cancer, where it loves the Moon and exalts Jupiter – the querent’s planets. But, it’s not. It stays where it is, and keeps damaging your friend.
The dog is not completely bad – Venus has minor dignity by term. But, something is wrong with him. I’d find another solution, before he really hurts her. Sorry, I wish I had better news. :(
Gorizza Sv The sad part is that your friend has mixed feelings about the dog. Her mind (Jupiter) loves the dog (Jupiter is in Taurus), or thinks she should keep him, or feels guilty. But her heart (Moon) can’t stand him (in Virgo, Venus' fall). Not an easy situation. Still, Jupiter is at the end of Taurus, so the conflict won’t last too long.
Yes, keep the pet and learn how to train it.
Regardless of what you find through Astrology, you should keep the doggie. Write to Cesar Milan, the Dog Whisperer for some practical advice, and hopefully you can integrate this with the mystic side of life. Good luck, Mr. Edgar!