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Paris goes to Prison

I decided to publish the Paris profile here after all – she turned out to be more interesting than I thought!

Paris Hilton is widely dismissed as a dumb blonde, but her birthchart shows her with the Sun conjunct Mercury – a placement that usually denotes a powerful mind and strong intelligence. With both the Sun and Mercury in Aquarius she is creative and individualistic as well, making her own way through the world with a strong independent streak. She is not a person who would be content to live off the fruits of her family fortune, but needs to make her own way in the world. Although she is very bright, Mercury in her chart is retrograde (meaning it appeared to turn backwards at the time that she was born) which shows that communication is difficult for her and it can be difficult for her to make herself understood. Perhaps there was an early learning disability that further eroded her confidence about her mental abilities.

Aquarius is a rational and reasonable sign that is not concerned with matters of emotion but lives more in the realm of ideas, but Paris’s Sun and Mercury are in the last degrees of Aquarius and bleeding into the watery sign of Pisces. (The notion of the “cusp” is true only at the last degrees of one sign, but once a planet goes into the next sign there is no more cusp influence.) Aquarius and Pisces are both creative signs, with Aquarius being intellectually creative and Pisces creativity coming from a more divine inspiration. And the introduction of the sensitivity into Paris’s personality through the Pisces influence will help to offset the more revolutionary tendencies of her Aquarian nature.

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By |2007-05-17T22:29:00-04:00May 17th, 2007|People|Comments Off on Paris goes to Prison

Will Jennifer Aniston find love with Vince Vaughn?

Jennifer Aniston is a mystery to entertainment writers. Is she pining away for Brad Pitt? Will she get back together with Vince Vaughn? Let’s see what the planets say about Jennifer Aniston’s choices in men.

Jennifer’s astrological chart reveals her to be a cool Aquarian (see earlier article for a more complete chart analysis), but with her Moon and Venus both in fire signs (Sagittarius Moon and Aries Venus) she has a passionate side to her nature. She is also extremely independent, as shown by the conjunction of Uranus (autonomy) to Jupiter (adventure) in her chart struggling in opposition to Venus, her desire to forge relationships with others. This dynamic can demonstrate commitment issues, and a difficult aspect (square) from Pluto to her Moon shows an intense emotional nature and fear (Pluto) of rejection. At the same time, Saturn (restriction) is conjunct Jennifer’s Venus, revealing a basic lack of confidence in her own appeal to others.


[Click chart to enlarge] Vince has an Aries Sun, and his Sun sits right on Jennifer’s Venus so it is no wonder they quickly became attracted to each other while filming The Breakup. In addition, their Moons are closely conjunct signifying emotional compatibility and understanding. And with their Mercurys in compatible signs they communicate well which is a keystone of any lasting relationship. Still, Vince has his own issues: he too his fiercely independent and rebellious with the planet of revolutionary behavior (Uranus) opposing his Sun. With four planets in Aries, he can be dominating and a bit boorish. Still, there is a part of him (Mars conjunct Saturn in Taurus) that wants to settle […]

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By |2007-05-15T01:31:00-04:00May 15th, 2007|People, Relationships|Comments Off on Will Jennifer Aniston find love with Vince Vaughn?

The astrology of Prince William

by Dharmaruci.  Along with , I’m standing in for Lynn while she has a short vacation. I’m from the UK and you can find my blog at .

As our Queen has just visited the US, and obliged George Bush to hold his first white tie dinner, I thought I’d say a few things about Prince William, her grandson and second in line to the throne. If he lives long enough, he will become King.

People in the UK are divided about the monarchy, but perhaps less than they think they are, because the attachment to it runs deep. I’m in favour of the monarchy, not because I ‘believe’ in it, but because I think it takes some of the weight of projection off the Prime Minister. It seems to be part of human nature that we collectively assign semi-divine qualities to certain people and then worship them – and celebrities catch a lot of this, which many of them are only too happy to do – so the more we can take this off our political leaders so that they can get on with the job of running the country, the better. Though the USA broke with Britain and its monarchy 231 years ago, some of its roots are still there, and we can see that in the ongoing level of interest in Princess Diana – and even in ‘Fergie’, the ex-wife of Prince Andrew, who managed to get her own TV show in the USA.

Prince William is 24 years old and currently in the army, with which the Royal family has strong links. Before that he was at university for 4 years, where in 2003 he began a relationship with Kate Middleton, that lasted until a few weeks ago. It seems to have been […]

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By |2018-11-19T21:27:01-04:00May 11th, 2007|People, Politics|Comments Off on The astrology of Prince William

Jonathan Rhys Meyers and the Saturn Return

Jonathan Rhys Meyers, currently starring as Henry VIII in Showtime TV’s “The Tudors,” recently checked himself into a rehab center at the age of 29 – smack in the middle of his Saturn return.

Meyers is an interesting actor – he has a sneering intensity that reveals his background as a bit of a punk as well as blazing if androgynous good looks and startlingly blue eyes. Born and raised in Ireland, his father left the family at an early age and some sources say that he spent some time in an orphanage because his mother was unable to care for the whole family. He was first spotted by a casting agent in a pool hall where he spent much of his time after being expelled from school. An advertising campaign attracted attention and shortly thereafter he was cast in a small role in the film, “A Man with No Importance.” After auditioning with Neil Jordan for the film “Michael Collins,” Jordan noted that he “[came] into the casting session with alarming certainty” and was obviously very gifted (source IMDB database).

Meyers was born with the Sun in Leo, the sign of royalty. It is no surprise that Meyers’ major roles have included playing Elvis the King and King Henry VIII of England! Leo’s quest is to celebrate the Self from within, to achieve a generosity of spirit that is not dependent upon outward acclaim. Like all Sun signs, Leo individuals do not always master this quest right away and instead spend much of their lives in dependency upon the attention and adoration of others until they are able to achieve a healthy expression of the ego. The Leo Sun exhibits confidence and […]

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By |2007-05-04T10:20:00-04:00May 4th, 2007|People|Comments Off on Jonathan Rhys Meyers and the Saturn Return

RIP Kurt Vonnegut

photo stolen from salon.com. Isn’t it great?

Kurt Vonnegut died yesterday at the age of 84, concluding the career of one of the most unusual writers of the twentieth century. Author of Cat’s Cradle and Slaughterhouse Five among many others, Vonnegut drew from his experience as a prisoner of war when he was captured by the Nazis in 1944. He was known for his biting satiric wit and black comedy, and his books became bibles for the cultural revolution that took place in the 1960s. He was also known for his absolute lack of faith and negative thinking, although these traits were expressed through a comic perspective which made them more palatable to the reading public.

Vonnegut was born with the Sun in Scorpio, bestowing an intensely emotional nature. Mercury in his chart was also in Scorpio, suggesting that his thoughts and ideas were colored by the love of Scorpio for the dark underbelly of thought that many fear to venture into. Jupiter was conjunct his Mercury which often indicates an individual who is confident of his mental abilities and an excellent communicator, but not one who is easily convinced to change his mind. Neptune exactly square his Sun, giving him creativity in abundance but also causing him to become lost in his own drama.

The most difficult aspect in Vonnegut’s chart is the T-square involving Chiron opposite Saturn, both ends of which are square to Pluto. Chiron had not yet been discovered when Vonnegut was born in 1922, but even without Chiron the Pluto/Saturn square is a difficult one to manage as Pluto applies constant pressure for transformation and Saturn creates pain and limitation that demands change. There […]

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By |2007-04-12T20:00:00-04:00April 12th, 2007|People|Comments Off on RIP Kurt Vonnegut
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