If you don’t know what you’re looking at, it’s a weeble. “Weebles wobble but they don’t fall down.”
Some people are Weebles. They enjoy tremendous support in life, shown plainly in their chart.
It’s not that nothing bad can happen to them. It’s more like bad things rarely happen and when they do, the problems tend to be short-lived.
Everyone has some level of resilience but I’m talking about people who reliably skate by trouble. On some level these people look at people who live in the eye of hurricane as if they belong to another species.
Some blame the person who always seems to we walking uphill. Others may pity them. It’s hard for people on either end of this spectrum to connect and they may prefer it that way.
It’s a bit like being very, very pretty. It’s a wonderful gift that often ostracizes you.
I would say I am partly Weeble in spite of all the things I’ve been through. This is ideal for my purposes. Not too pretty, not too ugly; I’m approachable. I have an insane amount of bad experiences but I also had no problem teaching myself to read on a 7th grade level before I turned five. I figure it’s a wash!
Astrologically, Weebles have support from Jupiter in some form. I think this is universal to the Weeble population. They may also have a Grand Trine in their chart, but not just any Grand Trine. The configuration has to dominate the chart. A Grand Trine with a Grand Cross is not going to do it.
In the case of a person with a dominant Grand Trine, transits will hit the less favorable parts of their chart and things will happen to them…briefly. Before long they are back in that trine.
You may wonder if this hinders their growth; I think it does in most cases. The same thing happens with a dominant and harsh type Grand Cross. This is why the mixed bag is preferable in my mind. For me, this is. I want my gifts and warts and all. You may feel differently.
Paul Simon wrote a song about this, you can hear it below.
Are you a Weeble? Do you know a Weeble?