04 Nov 2009
Aquarian’s are what I call ‘low water drinkers.’ They don’t drink enough water during the day and consequently, their muscles begin to cramp; usually in the lower legs.
Because Uranus is the planet that rules Aquarius, the medical field widens to include not only the entire length of the spinal cord, but nerve synapses and the central nervous system. Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, myasthenia gravis, Lou Gerhig’s Disease, among others, occur under Aquarius.
There is a peculiarity to Aquarius that I have never seen in another zodiac sign. Aquarian’s love pasta and bread. They over eat on this food group. Consequently, the starch from the pasta, potatoes and bread actually steal oxygen away from them. Oxygen is needed to break down the foods we ingest. And more oxygen is needed to break down starches. Consequently, after a meal, it’s not surprising to see the Aquarian drop off to sleep for a nap–at any age, not just when they are elderly.
Our ankles get blood from arteries that pass by the ankle on the way down to the rest of the foot. One in particular, the dorsalis pedis, runs in front of the ankle to the top of our foot. You can place your two fingers lightly upon it and actually feel your pulse. EMT’s and paramedics always use this spot to determine if circulation is good or not to the lower body.
Someone with a Saturn, Uranus or Neptune in Aquarius and have three or more hard aspect to it, may well have ankle issues sometime in their life. Besides a sprained ankle, you can break an ankle. Also, Aquarian’s tend toward ‘weak’ ankles that don’t support their weight. Calcium “heel spurs” in the calcaneous area, may crop up and be very painful.
Next Week: The Calf or Lower LegIMAGES:
two views of ankle anatomy
partial ankle presentation
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