Despite the fact the Roseanne Barr is famous for her bad fowl mouth, she shocked us all when she tweeted that former White House adviser, Valerie Jarret, was the offspring of “the Muslim Brotherhood and the Planet of the Apes.” Then Barr made a quick U-turn and tweeted “I apologize to Valerie Jarrett and to all Americans. I am truly sorry for making a bad joke about her politics and her looks. I should have known better. Forgive me – my joke was in bad taste.“
Clearly Roseanne realized that she had gone to far and offered a number of bad excuses she offered for her racist remarks. She claimed that she had taken an over-the-counter sleep remedy and was out of control. She denied even knowing that Jarrett was black. Nothing could change the public outrage. Barr discovered within hours that ABC was canceling her new television show despite the fact that it had scored record ratings during its first season. It’s over.
That evening Valerie Jarrett maintained her composure as she appeared as a panelist on the MSNBC Townhall “Everyday Racism In America.” She addressed the attack on her identity and stated, “I think we have to turn it into a teaching moment. I’m fine.” She added “I’m worried about all the people out there who don’t have a circle of friends and followers who come right to their defense.” and she went on to describe some common situations where minorities have to deal with abusive situations resulting from racist attitudes and actions. And that was that.
The Dayology Analysis
#20 MON SCO
#44 WED SCO
Roseanne Barr was born on Monday in Scorpio. Monday is ruled by the Moon which represents an impressionable nature and an innate liking of public opinion. Often a INNER Moon indicates a caring or compassionate nature, but when coupled with Scorpio, the OUTER SELF is strongly colored, even inflamed by Mars the ruler of Scorpio. It can easily create the dynamics of a whistle blower or agitator. Signature #20 explains the nature of her own personal desire nature and how they reflect that baser tastes of her following.
Valarie Jarrett was born on Wednesday in Scorpio. Wednesday is ruled by Mercury which promotes an INNER realization of how ideas, concepts and facts are presented. Mercury can indicate a keen respect for regulations and strategies, but when working through Scorpio, a clever, shrewd or ruthless OUTER SELF can result. If the Signature #44 individuals apply this scrutiny to themselves, they can become extremely perceptive and disciplined beings. They understand that “choice remarks” may not produce the results they want to achieve.
How could two Scorpios behave so differently? Roseanne Barr dishes out the dirt and Valerie Jarrett transforms it. According to astrology there are two distinct sides to the zodiac sign Scorpio. This dual nature is sometimes described as the Scorpion and the Eagle. Both archetypes deal with the negativity of life, but they handle it differently. The Scorpion is down there in the muck, making trouble and enjoying it. The Eagle flies above and ever ready to attack or defend. Both are learning life lessons of different kinds.
And it’s not that one side of Scorpio is always bad and the other good, or that one must oppose the another. Consider how the careful surgeon deals with a tumor or infection in order to heal the body. But what determines how each Scorpio responds? Factors such as the maturity of the individual or the age of the soul are offered as possibilities. Dayology presents another consideration. The manner in which any Sun Sign is experienced is determined by its Day Ray, the day of week upon which a person is born.
By the way there are not just two types of Scorpio, but actually seven, depending upon which day of the week a Scorpio was born. Each type of Scorpio is slightly different depending upon the dynamics of the Signatures. The seven Day Rays reveal the types of spiritual lessons that are being experienced, as has been shown with Roseanne Barr and Valerie Jarrett.