So I hate it when people have to have the “I-told-you-so” moment, but since I don’t have a publicist and these moments are sort of rare for me, I have to have my own “told-you-so” declaration.
Since my first post on the Woods affair, the dam has burst, Tiger has admitted to multiple affairs and he did it on the Full Moon in Gemini, as it began to light up his natal Moon in Sag (opposition) and his natal Mars in Gemini (conjunct). Here is what Tiger had to say on the advent of the Full Moon.
“I have not been true to my values and the behavior my family deserves,” Woods said on his website. “I am not without faults and I am far short of perfect. I am dealing with my behavior and personal failings behind closed doors with my family. Those feelings should be shared by us alone.”
In addition to the Uchitel affair, a cocktail waitress in LA by the name of Jaimie Grubbs (bad last name for this sort of thing) has now surfaced. Here is what I said in the first post.
“With Venus in Scorpio in the third house, there is a side to Tiger that many people are not aware of. This alignment is, rather, well, slightly kinky and would suggest that someone like Woods with this angle could very well be into power role playing during sex and might even enjoy being on the submissive end of things at times. I also doubt that this would be the first time that a person with this alignment would have done this. Venus in Scorpio, third house? This is a guy that needs variety.“
Now do I enjoy playing the role of tabloid astrologer? Not really. But with the Moon in Gemini, I have to bow to it’s rather local effect, than jousting with the windmills of the grand superstructures.
This is far from over with Tiger and in fact, his path towards liberation and authenticity have only just begun.