Question: What planets rule gambling?
Answer: Huh, not fortune or luck. But gambling.
All of them. You got wrapped up into a little cosmic ball and thrust into your terrestrial space suit. Some planets will feed your loathing appetite to lose. Some planets may give you that logical push to play the cards right. Depending who you are and where our cosmic space ship is in relation to the solar system.
But, if you think that is obfuscating hoopla. Then check out this site for an interesting take. Don’t click on anything, the web site comes off like an old German office building.
“If you want to find the dates of many of the biggest possible winning periods in your life, try the following: (you need a fairly accurate birth- time)
1. Progress your Midheaven and Ascendant by Solar Arc, finding the months when they form benefic aspects (all trines and sextiles, as well as conjunctions to the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter and sometimes the outer planets -especially Uranus, but only if the outer planet is well aspected in your birth-chart). You progress your Midheaven and Ascendant by adding a degree for every year that has passed since your birth. An example: Suppose a person’s Midheaven is at 18 Pisces 30, and they have Jupiter at 18 Leo 30. Their progressed Midheaven will hit the trine to Jupiter (at 18 Aries 30) at approximately age 30, at which time that person could expect an event ranging from good to excellent, depending on the strength and aspects made to Jupiter in their natal chart. Please note that this is only a rough way of calculating Solar Arc progressions. The actual value is normally a little more or less than a degree, depending on the zodiac-related speed of the Sun during the months following your birth, which gradually causes an error of up to a year or two in later life. It is best to use an accurate software program if you really want to get into this.”
Click here to see the article from luckydays.tv
Question: Hey Adora, cannabis is a rough subject in my family. What is a good way to go about telling your family you are a cannabis user? My biggest concern however is Grandparents, who I know can have strong opinions against cannabis.
Answer: Wow! Just know you are not alone. Decades of drug war propaganda have definitely stigmatized the sacred herb. Coming out of the closet at a cannabis consumer can be hard, especially when loved ones have been programmed to think cannabis is the devil’s weed. The first step is to understand where your family members are coming from, especially grand parents. They really want what is best for you. Try to see things from their perspective.
Arm yourself with the facts! If your family is capable of logical persuasion, be sure you have facts like ‘cannabis is not physically addictive’ in your pocket before entering the conversation.
Consider unfolding your personal information on a need to know basis. Why do you feel the need to challenge your grand parents? Consider your own motivation for creating a challenging situation. Are you just being rebellious? If you live on your own, then simply stating that you believe cannabis is a helpful sacred herb, and it is welcome in your home is an easy way to let loved ones know how you feel. But this must come with respect for family members that do not feel the same as you. In other words, what you do in your home is your business, but there is no need to throw your love of cannabis in the face of loved ones in their home.
With respect and love, strong family bonds can overcome differences in opinion.
Question: I need some advice on creating a kush themed V-Day gift for my significant other. What are some of my options?
Answer: First keep in mind that the presentation is half the battle. If you take the time to create a thoughtful gift, please take the time to present it to him/her as a gift.
Naturally if you are in a state with recreational cannabis, this may be a simple no-brainer. If you do I would suggest getting something he/she hasn’t tried before. I was pleasantly surprised by a cannabis drink the other day. But a simple cannabis gift may lack originality and personality. See the answer to follow.
Outside of a recreational state? Let’s get creative! Without knowing if this is for a man or woman, we can keep things generic. I appreciate gifts that are unique and come with a story. Here are some items that would be appreciated by a man or woman, and won’t imply too much or too little about your love:
– Hemp Backpack: This is a great idea because you can then stuff it full of little candies or a cuddly bear.
– The Glass Twisty Blunt invented by 7pipe is an innovative and wonderful little travel pipe. Make the gift even better by preloading it!
Good luck stoner lover! As long as you put thought and caring into the gift, and present it well, he/she will be ecstatic to be with you.
Q: “What is the best way to keep my herb from getting too dry in my jar?”
A: Use a good jar.