Here’s the story of a pretty lady
Who was bringing up three very lovely girls.
All of them had hair of gold, like their mother,
The youngest one in curls.
Here’s the story of a pretty lady
Who was bringing up three very lovely girls.
All of them had hair of gold, like their mother,
The youngest one in curls.
Our featured shot is of actor Richard Lawrence Hatch born on May 21,. 1945 in Santa Monica, California at 6:28 in the morning War time. This gives Hatch an ascendant of 10 Gemini (Sabian symbol, “An airplane falling”, suggesting his alertness to the interests and needs of others by disciplining his own appetites, fears and emotions. He has one brother, John; we know nothing else about his family.
Richard started out in the now defunct, but long running, soap All my Children, as the original Philip Brent (click here for some clips from that early performance). After that debut, Richard made guest appearances on The Rookies, Hawaii Five-0, and The Waltons. In 1976 he replaced actor Michael Douglas on the series, The Streets of San Francisco, playing Inspector Dan Robbins but the swap did not work and the series folded shortly after.
His next role was as Captain Apollo on the 1990’s sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica, a Star Wars TV spinoff which lasted for one season because of its high production costs ( it was briefly reaired on Netflix). When Battlestar Galactica was reprised in 2004, Richard played Tom Zarek staying with series until its demise in 2009: he appeared in 22 out of 36 episodes. The UK Guardian fills in his career further in their obit.
Richard is a bowl Temperament Type which agrees with his statement that he wanted to be a pole vaulter for the Olympics or a pianist because he was so “shy”. Neptune conjunct the Moon in the Fifth House highlights his musical talent, that took prominence when President Kennedy was assassinated, as he found his voice and promptly changed college majors to Drama shortly thereafter.
While Richard does not have a rim opposition for his bowl and thus containing his energies, instead his strong Line of Efficiency united in the eleventh House of fans and friends support the spur-of-the-moment change as he switched one talent, music, for another, drama. His yod is also supportive of his theatrical work, — shown at the bottom of his chart — comprised as it is by Juno in the third house at 28 Cancer 07 (the Sabian symbol of a “Muse weighing twins”) sextile Pallas 20 Virgo 03 (Sabian symbol “a boys basketball team”) both inconjunct his midheaven 20 Aquarius 26 Joan Kellogg recommends that we use the opposite point for “head” of the yod and thus see where this aspect culminates.
For Richard that point poignantly 20 Leo 26 or (Sabian symbol “chickens intoxicated” or the individual’s creative mobilization to strike out from the band and find his own self-expression). Coincidentally, the Asteroid Roxane appears in his chart here named for the beautiful recipient of the multi-talented Cyrano de Bergerac love letters who was too shy to woo her directly and so used a new cadet — or in his case an opportune moment — at school, Christian de Neuvillette, who served as a proxy for all that he longed to say.
The Kennedy assassination brought Richard out of his natural shyness and allowed him to find a better balance between his own personality and desire to create a public image. This urge was so strong in Richard’s life that besides acting, he wrote many books on spiritualand self fulfillment, becoming like Cyrano a coach to others in finding their voice and true love.
You can download Richard Hatch’s natal chart here. His natal chart progressed to his approximate time of demise on February 7, 2017 from pancreatic cancer is here. They are not in biwheel format, but each chart is a standalone entity. The latter chart shows Jupiter, the ruler of the pancreas at 16 Sagittarius 04 right next to his progressed ascendant in the twelfth house of confinements. This suggests that the cancer had spread but still desiring to continue his (Moon in Scorpio in the eleventh house). Venus in the second house suggests that this was most likely hereditary on his father’s side. Another notable thing, is that while his natal chart was very introverted, this had all flipped and he was now comfortable and confident in public having fulfilled his ambitions.
Playwright Sam Shepard was the eldest son of a career army office. He was born in Fort Sheridan, Illinois on November 5, 1943 at 15:45 giving him the Hyperion symbol of 26 Pisces, “schoolboys kicking a soccer ball” or the exercise of high energy from an isolated point of view. Christened Samuel Shephard Rogers IV, his nickname was “Steve” but when he started playwrighting, Steve Rogers did not have much of a ring to it, so he changed it to “Sam Shepard. ”.
His father’s military career in the Army Air Force gave the family a nomadic life, moving to different military bases in the United States and Guam, finally settling in California. Shepard cobbled this pastiche along with his own independent spirit, into a paean of the disappearing West, with the American family fragmenting from the rise of modern mercantilism and the concomitant pop attitude of disposable values.
His first wife, O-Lan Jones, had a similar background was no surprise. They had one son and worked together on his plays, but like producer John Cassavetes, discovered he needed to be in front of the camera to make the money necessary for playwriting and so started out in bit parts until cast in the movie “Frances” (about Frances Farmer) where he met actress Jessica Lange. Jones and Shephard divorced, and despite a public and turbulent relationship, he and Lange, herself coming off her relationship with ballet dancer, Mikhail Baryshnikov, found pieces of happiness.
Shepard’s chart has Juno — that asteroid of marriage in commitment — in his tenth house, so it was natural that he would meet his romantic partners through his career. Shephard and Jones got divorced and Lange and Shepard remained off and on together for the next few decades raising their 3 children together in her hometown in Minnesota. Shepard’s son with Jones, Jesse Mojo Shepard website has much more on Shepard’s life, family and his writings — complete with family photos.
After Frances, Shepard’s role in Tom Wolfe’s moviezed “The Right Stuff” led to an Academy nomination and critical praise, but it playing opposite Diane Keaton in “Baby Boom” as the country veterinarian that like opera diva’s Adelina Patti tapped into his Moon at 22 Aquarius 03 in the eleventh House, found total public support. His fans loved his down-home honesty, his craggy American good looks and easy charm ; he seemed to personify the Marlboro Man Mythic sans the tobacco.
Shepard’s ascendant is Pisces 26º marks a foresighted and courageous nature but one that is also an agitator. Sextile Saturn in the third House (Brothers & Sisters and short communications) it is also conjunct Mars at 22 Gemini, making him hard to get along, falling as he does into his favorite role of devil’s advocate.
Thus the ascendant and Mars easily create a yod that is inconjunct his Mercury and Sun in the eighth house . This apex then makes its culmination at 10 Aries or Asteroid Pallas in the second house. Pallas Athene was the daughter of the great Olympian Zeus who sprung out from his head full formed and was not only the patron goddess of Athens Greece, for whom they named in her honour, but also the goddess of Truth, Wisdom and War. Here in Shepard’s chart, shows how the devil’s advocate role in his life was his method for fleshing out the truth of the matter, but also highlights that such backbiting could alienate others in his familial environment (sextile Ceres the goddess of family happiness in the fourth house) while providing fodder for his creative pursuits (square Pluto in the fifth who used all these arguments and games for his literary work).
On July 27, 2017 Sam Shepard reposed on his farm in Midway, Kentucky only 62 miles away from the great August 21 eclipse maximum viewpoint that occurred four weeks later. He died of complications ofALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a highly progressive incurable neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. There are no laboratory tests for the disease just an EMG and NCV nerve test. The disease is fast moving and always fatal.
Edward Scott Pruitt is currently the fourteenth Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency under President Donald Trump. He was confirmed by the United States Senate to that position on February 17, 2017.
He was born in Danville, Kentucky on May 9, 1968. Little is known about his parents or personal life. He was attorney general for the state of Oklahoma previously.
Mr. Pruitt is on the record during his Senatorial confirmation as saying he thinks the debate on Global Warming is far from settled and that the effect of man’s effect on the environment is “not” a causation. NASA and the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, both US Governmental agencies, strongly disagree as do all of the US environment and wildlife non-government businesses. Here is a list from the non-profit Mother Jones magazine that do not agree with his position as well posts from our site on Global Warming and another on Global Cooling.
Mr. Pruitt is a Bucket with a Neptune Handle, just like Glen Campbell. Why a bucket and not a bowl? Well for a bowl Neptune must be opposite another planet and create a rim opposition. Why isn’t Saturn the handle? Because Saturn is conjunct the Midheaven and really part of the Bowl — i.e. the aspect makes Saturn a part of the larger formation.
Unlike Mr. Campbell, Pruitt’s Neptune is in the Fourth House of environment, home and end of life. He definitely has a sense of duty towards protecting the environment, but since Neptune is on the Western side of the chart he does not feel that it is something to be protected but something that should be wisely used.
His Ascendant at 10.05 Leo conjunct his Jupiter suggests that he is lucky man, with things working out in his favour and that his health is generally good.
His Line of Vitality, the Sun’s aspect to the Moon, is in trine suggesting he tends to take the easy way out in life, and we at Sabian Earth suspect despite what his opponents are saying, he will not be the great disrupter they fear.
Jupiter in aspect to Saturn is the Line of Motivation is also in trine, again pointing to a man who does not like the make his name on outre statements but by being middle of the road.
The Line of Efficiency, Venus to Mars, has no aspect. No surprise there.
Finally, the Line of Social Significance is from Uranus to Neptune and that is sextile, suggesting that Mr. Pruitt is a consensual administrator and not a rough and ready leader for the EPA.
Overall, the Right will be unhappy as he will not be “cleaning the swamp” and the Left will be unhappy that he is not pushing forward their agenda.
Born in 1936 in Arkansas, the place seems to differ from bio to obit and it seems like other singers of the period, it was really between the two on a backcountry farm, Glen Campbell started as many singers did, apprenticing as a songwriter for the top stars of the 1960s. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2005, and earned a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012. Following a public battle with Alzheimer’s disease, the country music legend died on August 8, 2017, at the age of 81.
He was the seventh of twelve children and at fourteen left home starting out as an itinerant musician, wending his way to his Uncle Dick and the Sandia Mountain Boys. Eight years later, Glen formed his own group, the Western Wranglers. From there he went to Los Angeles and joined the American Music Group and was backup singer for many notables including Dean Martin, Edye Gorme and Steve Lawrence, Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley.
More success and then in 1969 he landed the role of Texas Ranger La Bouef (the Beef or Meat) in John Wayne’s classic True Grit and wrote & sang the title song. By the time Glen died, he had four wives and eight children and was worth approximately 50 million dollars.
Glen’s chart is a bucket with a Jupiter (black box) handle. The black vertical line divides the east-west hemisphere in half and while Neptune shimmies over to the Fourth House on the Western Side, eight of ten planets are safely ensconced on the resourceful eastern side of the chart.
He also has an unusual emphasis, a jam packed twelfth house with Aries indicating that he was tireless in trying to establish himself into the larger sphere of music and entertainment. He followed his dreams relentlessly even if it meant heartbreak to those whom he married and his family, capitalizing on every opportunity that came his way.
The break of Neptune at 15 Virgo on the Western side supports oddly enough, his married to his Fourth wife, and the duty he realized to his family and his formal acceptance of Jesus as his personal saviour in 1981 when he went home after many years away, to get baptized. This was no doubt a major turning point for him particularly as his handle planet, Jupiter is square Neptune, making him swallow his pride and forcing him to admit his past errors (Jupiter opposite the Ascendant with a T-Square to the Midheaven) in his monkey grab to the top (Saturn is in the Tenth, typically a sign of career success).
Glen has no Line of Vitality, Sun to Moon, suggesting that he wasted a lot of talent and time pursuing drugs and women in a reverie of what he believed was success.
Jupiter Square Saturn create the Line of Motivation, that supports the Line of Vitality’s wastrel ways and led for many years bad publicity and a poor family life.
But what he lost in those two areas, he more than made up with the exact conjunction of Mars to Venus in the Twelfth House of self-undoing, large corporations and hidden problems for the Line of Efficiency. This conjunction suggests that Glen had the ability to just pick himself up, adapt to the new issue at hand and move on. He could do that in his music, his work and then eventually in his life. This aspect gives him an rejuvenative ability to restart his life when it seemed bleakest, highlighted of course by his touring around the country in his seventies with Alzheimer’s.
Finally, Glen has no Line of Social Significance, the aspect Uranus to Neptune, suggesting that Glen was never much interested in the world at large or his place within it but in reality his tour with Alzheimer’s was another Neptunian obligation he owed his fans and heightened awareness of the benefits of music in dementia.
Download Glen Campbell’s chart.
I knew of Jay from his radio days in NYC. He was a popular DJ and then next we knew he was on Mork and Mindy as Remo DaVinci. I don’t know how that happened, but he was enjoyable.
Jay Thomas, an actor and radio personality whose work on the television series “Murphy Brown” won him two Emmy Awards in the early 1990s, died on Thursday at his home in Santa Barbara, Calif. He was 69.
The cause was cancer, his agent, Don Buchwald, said. Mr. Thomas was a disc jockey in 1979 when he was cast in a recurring role on “Mork & Mindy,” the ABC sitcom about a space alien played by Robin Williams. Mr. Thomas played Remo DaVinci, co-owner of a deli, and appeared in dozens of episodes during the run of the show, which ended in 1982.
His quick tongue also served him well on the talk-show circuit. He was especially ubiquitous on “Late Show With David Letterman,” where he appeared every Christmas season telling about a challenge with Clayton Moore — the Lone Ranger — that involved throwing footballs at a Christmas tree. Here’s one of my favorites with Jay on Letterman about his plastic surgery.
He also pursued a radio career, even as he developed his acting side. Most recently he had a show on SiriusXM satellite radio.
Mr. Thomas found amusement in the way people confused him with his television characters.
“I’m from New Orleans,” he added. “My father was a WASP and my mother was Italian.” Mr. Thomas was born Jon Thomas Terrell in Kermit, Tex., on July 12, 1948, and raised in New Orleans. During college — he attended several universities — he started dabbling in sportscasting and also did stand-up comedy; he eventually found himself on the radio in New York. He later became well known for his work on Power 106 in Los Angeles.
He is survived by his wife, Sally Michelson, whom he married in 1987, and their two children, Samuel and Jacob. In recent years he reunited with a son he had fathered in his 20s who was given up for adoption, the country singer J. T. Harding. “I met my biological mother, and she told me, ‘Your father is an actor, and he’s on ‘Cheers, so for about a week I thought Ted Danson was my father.
Jay Thomas died on August 24, 2017 in Santa Barbara, CA.
Mr. Thomas is a bowl that temperament type that is found when the ten planets lie in half of the circle. Most of his planets are above the line breaking the northern and southern hemispheres with a few lurking below in the sixth house making a lipped bowl. Bowls make good salesman as they are candid people who enjoy expressing themselves, and here with such a southern disposition, Mr. Thomas loves an audience. He is a natural showman and with the three planets in the sixth house a hard worker who didn’t know the meaning of retirement, hence the radio show on Sirius FM.
His Line of Vitality is squared (Moon to Sun ) suggesting that he just ate up the variety of life and truly enjoyed changing roles, homes and experiences. This fed into his hard working ethic, having to adapt to his surroundings. See the BLACK LINES
His Life of Motivation, the GOLD LINES, from Saturn to Jupiter in the Twelfth, are Trine giving him a free and easy manner that made people naturally like him.
His Line of Efficiency, the TURQUOISE LINES, from Venus in the Sixth House to Mars, in the Ninth are squared. This Line suggest that his personable manner made it easier than for most, travelling from set to set, from company to company and place to place for his career. While some would have found this an onerous burden, Mr. Thomas felt it was another tool that he could add to his box of acting.
Finally his fourth set, the Line of Significance, the RED LINES, from Uranus to Neptune in the Ninth this time, encourage that Mars for personal significance and acclaim amongst his peers. He has nothing in his Eleventh House, so Mr. Thomas did not work for his fans, but for his genuine love of his work and that fed his appetite.
Like Hermann Goring, Mr. Thomas has Mars as Lord of his Chart that is part of a Yod to the Sun at 21 Cancer and an apex at s1 Sagittarius in the Twelfth House. The Midpoint according to Ms. Joan Kellogg’s research is 22 Saturn in the Eighth House of Leo. This makes a world of difference between him and the Reichsmarschall used Mars to bully and intimidate his men, while Mr. Thomas enjoyed entertaining people as part of his ongoing gift to the world around him and his legacy.
He must have been tireless worker and a non stop talker.
Download the Jay thomas natal map.
Louise Lynn Hay, one of the pioneers of the modern self-care revolution, has passed away today at the age of 90. According to her Facebook page, which broke the news just over an hour ago, she died of natural causes surrounded by her loved ones. Her most popular book was You can Heal yourself.
She had 07 Leo Rising, the symbol of “The constellations in the sky” and a 01 Scorpio Moon ” A sight seeing bus. ” Her 15 Libra sun gets the perfect symbol of “Circular paths of self-respect”. She is a Splash Temperament Type, that expresses itself by emphasizing one’s humanity and work with helping and understanding others. Her strongest house is the Third House of Communications, three planets congregate there and her only conjunction — out of sign interestingly enough — between Expressive Mercury (28 Libra) and the Free Will Moon (01 Scorpio) showing naturally enough, how she would make her own way against establishment doxology.
At her time of death, her Ascendant had progressed to an exact conjunction to her natal Mercury, demonstrating how she had closed all the loops in her life path and conjunct the natal Moon, was ready for her next journey.
One of my favorite exercises from “You can Heal” is the exercise on Forgiveness.
Now we are ready to forgive. Do this exercise with a partner if you can, or do it out loud if you are alone. Again, sit quietly with your eyes closed and say, “The person I need to forgive is —————————– and I forgive you for ————————————– .”
Do this over and over with every person you know or have met. You will have many things to forgive some for and only one or two to forgive others for.
If you have a partner, let him say to you, “Thank you, I set you free now.”
If you do not, then imagine the person you are forgiving saying it to you. Do this for at least five or ten minutes. Search your heart for the injustices you still carry. Then let them go. When you have cleared as much as you
When you have cleared as much as you can for now, turn your attention to yourself. Say out loud to yourself, “I forgive myself for ————————————-.”
Do this for another five minutes or so. These are powerful exercises and good to do at least once a week to clear out any remainng rubbish. Some experiences are easy to let go and some we have to chip away at, until suddenly one day they let go and dissolve.
But honestly, Louise, thanks for them all.
President Donald Trump on Thursday nominated former National Labor Relations Board member R. Alexander Acosta to serve as U.S. secretary of labor, one day after Trump’s original choice withdrew.
Acosta served as a law clerk to Samuel Alito from 1994 to 1995, when the conservative Supreme Court justice was a judge at the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal
“Mr. Acosta’s nomination is off to a good start because he’s already been confirmed by the Senate three times,” said Senator Lamar Alexander, who chairs the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions that will be vetting the nomination.
Acosta was appointed to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) by former Republican President George W. Bush, supported by the President’s brother, the former Governor Jeb Bush of Floria in 2003. Shortly afterward in 2005, he became the assistant attorney general in the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division. But in 2008, an internal Justice Department report faulted Acosta for failing to rein in a staffer who engaged in improperly politicized hiring, he and the Mrs. returned to FLA & was appointed to be U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida 2009.
From there he became the Law Dean of Florida International University College of Law, Miami. It definitely looks like the Bushes were fast tracking him to the Supremes.
Mr. Acosta is a first generation American from Cuban parents born in Miami, January 16, 1969, time unknown, so we have rectified it based on personal events. He is married. He received a B.S. degree in economics from Harvard College and a J.D. degree from Harvard Law School.
Dean Acosta is a very equal but resourceful bowl, with the majority of his planets laying on the left side of his chart. He does have a few planets to the right of his hemisphere but they are so close as to make a “scoop” for the bowl suggesting that he gathers experience for future use.
His ascendant is 07+ Capricorn, which is striking as it is almost the direct opposite of Mr. Puzder’s ascendant, the man whom he is replacing. Click here for the Puzder review. The Dean’s ascendant via the Hyperion Symbols is a Glass of fine red wine and suggests “tastefulness,” and looking at his chart and career, the Dean is definitely a very moderate man who aims to be consistently in the middle of the road. He has a lot of Trines in his chart, they predominant, tending to encourage him to go along with the trend.
Dean Acosta also have a few noviles, making him public oriented and practical, a virgintile or two, but no strong oppositions, inconjuncts or sesquiquadrates — not enough initiative or reason to spur himself other than circumstance. We agree that he will be easily confirmed.
Listen to the nomination speech here.
Norma McCorvey, the anonymous plaintiff in Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion in the United States, reshaping the nation’s social and political landscapes and inflaming one of the most divisive controversies of the past half-century, died on Saturday in Katy, Tex. She was 69.
Her death, at an assisted-living home, was confirmed by Joshua Prager, a New York journalist who is writing a book about the Roe v. Wade decision and had interviewed her extensively. He said the cause was heart failure.
Since the ruling, perhaps 50 million legal abortions have been performed in the United States, although later court decisions and new state and federal laws have imposed restrictions, and abortions have declined with the wide use of contraceptives. Theological, ethical and legal debates about abortion continue in religious circles, governing bodies and political campaigns, and they have influenced elections, legislation and the lives of ordinary people through films, books, periodicals, the internet and other forums.
Her early life had been a Dickensian nightmare. Her mother, Mary, was physically abusive. Her brother, Jimmy, was mentally ill. Her father, Olin, a TV repairman, was often away and then just disappeared. Norma followed suit and was sent to a Catholic boarding school and then, after minor brushes with the law, reform school. To escape, she married at 16, then divorced and was left pregnant three times by three different men.
Ms. McCorvey gave up her children at birth as she was not interested in motherhood. Bisexual but primarily lesbian, she sought refuge from poverty and dead-end jobs in alcohol and drugs. At 22 and pregnant again, she joined the abortion rights struggle and took her case all the way to the Supremes. on Jan. 22, 1973, the court ruled 7-2 in Roe v. Wade (Henry Wade, the Dallas County district attorney, was the defendant in the class-action suit) that privacy rights under the due process and equal rights clauses of the 14th Amendment extended to a woman’s decision to have an abortion in a pregnancy’s first trimester “free of interference by the state.”
On Jan. 22, 1973, the court ruled 7-2 in Roe v. Wade (Henry Wade, the Dallas County district attorney, was the defendant in the class-action suit) that privacy rights under the due process and equal rights clauses of the 14th Amendment extended to a woman’s decision to have an abortion in a pregnancy’s first trimester “free of interference by the state.” She never did get the abortion and delivered a boy; he like the others, promptly went up for adoption.
Chief Justice Harry A. Blackmun, who wrote the opinion and rejected the view, that a fetus becomes a “person” upon conception and is thus entitled to the due process and equal protection guarantees. Blackmun was also against the use of the death penalty.
When Ms. McCorvey emerged from anonymity a decade later, strangers shrieked “baby killer” and spat at her. There were death threats. One night, shotgun blasts shattered the windows of her home. And then she found God and repudiated her past, going as far to get the decision reversed; the Court said No.
Ms. MocCorvey has a very public Southern chart, basically a bucket with a Moon Handle in the Second House of Resources, that for her was her fertility, as that is what propelled her into the spotlight of the abortion vs. pro-life discussion. Her Ascendant at a critical degree, 28.02 Scorpio suggests that she has a dramatic personality that tends to illuminate issues. The Sabian Symbol poignantly suggests,
Her Ascendant at a critical degree, 28.02 Scorpio suggests that she has a dramatic personality that illuminates issues and the Sabian Symbol poignantly suggests , An Indian Squaw pleading to the chief about the lives of her children. Marc Edmund Jones assigns the keyword Effectiveness, and if ever there was a woman who effectively pled her cause, it was she.
The other point in her map is (1) marked by the black square for the North Node at her current time of death, and (2) her native north node characterized in pink. We are highlighting this as it shows the potency of the Nodes being activated at the time of death. For Ms. McCorvey, the current black North Node also is conjunct Mars, that suggests a death from heart disease/failure. That Mars is also sextile to her native node, often an indicator of heart disease.
She has mainly things that are also interesting, & we leave them you to ponder, but Pluto in her ninth, square her Chiron in her twelfth is striking.
RIP, Ms. McCorvey.
General Michael Thomas Flynn has been in the news a lot lately. There is no birth data anywhere for him other than place, Barrington Rhode Island and month December and year, 1958 — so we chose one and rectified from there. Read ahead for is our very speculative chart for him.
We propose that General Flynn was born December 7, 1958 in Barrington, Rhode Island at 3;46 AM, EST. This time/date gives him a bucket temperament type with a Mars Singleton handle in the Seventh House with the practical sign of Taurus ruling.
We feel that this works because with Mars as a Singleton it gives great emphasis to his Martial (i.e. Miliary) career and his strong desire to rise in prominence within the ranks. The singleton also gives him a special talent, dealing with military relationships, and the ability to focus in that area of his life with strong concentration. Often this shows up with someone who is so intent on the big picture that they are felled by an acorn, tripping themselves up by looking ahead and forgetting to watch their step.
He does have a Rim opposition (Uranus v. ) but it requires Chiron (the asteroid of Personal Respect) instead of as Dr. Jones would like, one of the major planets. As such, with this opposition, it suggests that General Flynn is a stable person, does not fly off the handle and treats people fairly; in short he has a logical and equitable disposition.
This setup of Uranus v. Chiron, also works into Fixed T-Cross with Mars v. Jupiter is atypical and suggests that as soon as the General solves one crisis (problem) he works on solving the next and gives him great potential for accomplishment. Unfortunately as we previously noted, it also gives him a tendency to scatter his resources, be secretive (the Ascendant of 06.07 points to a person who prizes highly his privacy) and in the process undermine his success.
If only that was not so……….maybe you have a better idea? Let us know.
Flynn’s fall occurred because of the discrepancy he reported to the Oval Office and what was recorded and illegally leaked. The Washington Times thinks that inside rivals may been integral to the general’s quick fall.