Virgo Sun 11th House


"Things Come Apart" series by Tom McClellan

“Things Come Apart” series by Tom Mclellan

With the Sun in Virgo in the 11th house, you strive to be of service to society in practical ways . You discover personal power by communicating improvements and creating systems for the good of all. Your central purpose is to discover the particulars that link people together. You shine when you prove that you’re someone friends can rely on. Coming into your own means being selective about who you hang around with. Self-realization means finding out exactly where you fit in.  Being you means you probably always end up being group secretary in some capacity.

But better die than live mechanically a life that is a repetition of repetitions.
― D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love

Instead of chopping yourself down to fit the world, chop the world down to fit yourself.
― D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love

I have seen what a laugh can do. It can transform almost unbearable tears into something bearable, even hopeful.
― Bob Hope

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  • lucy snow

    I do sometimes end up being the one dealing with all the statistics of the group, and I have no problem being a loyal friend. There shouldn’t be anything as ‘too much friends’. Lol. Thank you Michelle. 😀

    Also, do you think you could make a post for Venus/north node and for mercury/north node aspects?
    My venus and my mercury both conjunct my North Node. 😛

    • Hi Lucy,

      Yes, Venus/North Node and Mercury/North Node are both on the to-do list 😉

  • Ivs

    Wow, this really hit home!! I am very, very selective with the people in my life; to me, my friends and other people close to me are my greatest joys and I keep my relationships as honest, kind and drama-free as possible. I also often feel very in tune with humanity, and to me, relationships and simply being a person feels so easy. Not that I never have any conflict, but as people around me struggle with uniting parts of who they are with the world and and they life they live, I always feel like the answer is so obvious – why not make your life and your relationships fit the person you really are?

    And I actually laughed out loud when you wrote that I always end up being group-secretary – I ALWAYS end up being the secretary! When planning a party, when writing a grocery list, when I’m involved in organizations… Hilarious and spot on!

  • Daniel

    Good to see some new posts Michelle, Great work.