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Best ashtrays ever. "Sinus" melamine ashtray. Systems design- The Ulm school. Exhibit at Disseny Hub Barcelona- DHUB HFG Walter Zeischegg- Ashtray- 1967 Photo by Kippelboy Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

Best ashtrays ever. “Sinus” melamine ashtray. Systems design- The Ulm school. Exhibit at Disseny Hub Barcelona- DHUB HFG Walter Zeischegg- Ashtray- 1967
Photo by Kippelboy Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

Oh, damn, we’re back to rebellion again, refusing the social order or other ‘oppressor’ with the flaming resistance of a thousand Suns. Why? Our imaginations are working overtime; we can’t quite see the potential rewards ahead of us, and we’re freaking out, succumbing to every worst-case scenario we’ve ever considered. That’s what happens when we fail to channel the creative urge into something structured or meaningful: it permeates the mind with all the horrid fantasies we’ve ever dreaded could be, and we look around for a source of all the anxiety–and guess who we fix on? Everyone and everything that exemplifies beliefs different than our own, that holds to just the facts (without elaborate justifications–that feels threatening), and/ or that contradicts our ego. Don’t we sound like a problem? We aren’t really, it’s just that our minds feel solid, reliable, and concerned with the real world (Mercury in Capricorn), even as they are swamped by our out-of-control imaginings. This is compounded by the way others feel just as sure, and are just as much under the spell of Neptune, making us a little paranoid and a lot certain that panic or anger is the answer. Realize the mind and thoughts aren’t reliable today, and you’ve already won half the battle–then put that creative energy to work, making Mom a clay ashtray, or something (Mars contra-parallel Uranus, Venus semi-sq NN, Mercury sextile Neptune, Sun sq Jupiter)

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