Have you ever been to the newest, hottest place in town? New islands are formed volcanically; continents are formed by collision of tectonic plates so that mountains are formed; both create land-building (Taurus).
In earlier times, only explorers would find new continents. By sea (Leo)—pirates or explorers enjoyed the excitement, bounty and potential that the new continent provided, until a parrot (Scorpio) blabbed the secret. So, everyone knew, and the latest, most exclusive locale is mainstream—quenching the fervour (Aquarius)!
One example from history illustrates this cross: the use of the Americas for cod fishing by the Basque before Columbus. In his book Cod: A Biography of the Fish That Changed the World, Mark Kurlansky (1997) states that fishermen keep secrets, explorers do not. The Basque kept America (Taurus) a secret for their own fishing business (Leo) for hundreds of years before Columbus ‘discovered’ it (Scorpio), kicking off a time of mass immigration and change for that country until it was ‘settled’ (Aquarius).
Another example, on a personal level, is that we discover a new place (or a new ability or hobby) (Taurus) that we can enjoy with others (Leo) until a truth or the noise about it (Scorpio) kills the excitement (Aquarius)!
Kurlansky, M. (1997). Cod: A Biography of the Fish That Changed the World. New York, United States: Penguin Books.
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