Chiron (continued)

Maritha Pottenger

ORBS ON ASPECTS IN EXAMPLES: 6 degrees for conjunction or opposition; 4 degrees for square, trine or sextile.


Creativity is marked in your nature. You are likely to seek admiration and attention for your ideas or ideals. You value (perhaps too much) recognition, acclaim, positive feedback. You may gain center stage through educating, inspiring, or informing people. You might persuade or lead others in terms of spiritual, ethical or moral principles. You could enjoy expansion and excitement or travel or any grand schemes. Restlessness is highlighted; be sure the activities you choose have enough variety, movement and intellectual challenge. You want to be noted as the very, very best!

EXAMPLES: Jean C. Killy, Raphael, Willie Mays, Henry Mancini, Marlon Brando.


Your restless, curious, seeking and searching side could be one path to recognition. You may achieve leadership through moral and ethical principles, through educational or training efforts, through your persuasive skills or any actions which expand people’s horizons or get them “up” and excited. Enthusiasm is one of your talents and you can be a skilled motivator. Your ambitions are apt to be high; you may occasionally expect more than is reasonable or feel let down by the “ordinary” in life. Generally, however, you bring much enterprise, mental eagerness, and charisma to your desire to reach the top.

EXAMPLES: Alan Watts, Sidney Poitier, Rollo May (sextiles). Auguste Rodin, Earl Warren, Vida Blue, Albert Camus, Alan Alda, Bruce Lee (trines).


Creative, eager, enthusiastic and excited, you can be a real ball of fire! Persuasive skills are likely with a talent for highlighting and accenting the best in yourself and others. Occasionally, idealism or too much perfectionism will lead you to be dissatisfied by the “real” (workaday) world. You could overreach, try to do the impossible, take chances, or risk your reputation for your principles. You can, however, be a great leader, a natural salesperson or persuader, and a fun-loving teacher, trainer, or promoter. You naturally shine in the realm of information and ideals.

EXAMPLES: Jack London, Louis Pasteur, Dr. Tom Dooley, Johannes Kepler, W.B.Yeats (squares). George B. Shaw, Alfred Tennyson, Henry C. Lodge, Johnny Carson (oppositions).


You are apt to place a high value on home, your homeland, nurturing or meeting the needs of the public. This could lead to expecting more than is possible from your mother (figure), your family, or your own skills as a nurturer. You may want to be the perfect parent of perfect children—or decide “If I cannot do it perfectly, I won’t do it at all.” You are likely to nurture thinking, exploring, and seeking in your family and might emphasize education for your children.

Another choice is a patriotic emphasis—idealizing the homeland through military work, public service, politics, etc. Or, you could provide basic needs (e.g., food, shelter, clothing) to people. You can be quite creative and insightful in reading public trends.

Your own home may be full of books, foreigners, intellectual discussions, philosophical arguments, speculation, or any form of expanding mental and physical horizons. A home in other countries is also possible.

EXAMPLES: Martin Luther, Paul Verlaine, William J. Bryan, Konrad Adenauer, Immanuel Kant, Victor Hugo, Richard E. Byrd.


You can blend roots and faraway places. This might lead to a import-export activity, making people feel “at home” in the travel business, or other forms of combining the familiar with the lure of adventure.

You might be skilled at inspiring the public—through education, religion, metaphysics or another idealistic platform. You can get people to believe in what you value and pursue as long-range goals.

You are able to combine roots and adventure, so can have a stable home, but not be tied to it. You can enjoy both saving, preserving and protecting as well as exploring, wandering and learning. Your mother figure could have contributed to your beliefs and values. Your ideas may charm the public or your emotional support can encourage others to learn and expand their horizons.

EXAMPLES: O’Henry, Upton Sinclair, Bill Moyers, Roy Rogers (sextiles). Willie Mays, W. Mozart, Burt Reynolds, Wilt Chamberlain (trines).


Idealism and compassion are highlighted, but you may be unsure how or where to channel them. Your quest for the best (the highest) may clash with your desire for safety and security. You may be unsure when to put down roots, and when to go on the road. Your values and ethical principles might have clashed with a nurturing figure. Your drive for freedom and individual expression could compete with your desire for a home, family, and a nest. You want to spread beliefs, moral principles, education or some kind of broadening, inspiring message to the public—or at least to your own home and family. You could be politically active, an idealist about nurturing, or seek adventurous safety (and safe explorations).

EXAMPLES: Tom McLoughlin, John Glenn, Erwin Rommel, Robert Redford (squares). Muhammad Ali, Robert McNamara, Henry C. Lodge, H. Kissinger (oppositions).


Curiosity is rampant in your nature. You want all the answers to all the questions in the universe. This could draw you into education, religion, travel, writing, journalism or anything which is mind-expansive. You thrive in an atmosphere of intellectual challenge and variety, and may have quite a quick wit and good sense of humor. You are likely to put a high value on logic, rationality, objectivity and intellectual understanding. You tend to put your faith in the mind.

Somewhat restless, you could have trouble settling down in life or work unless your position allows for movement, change and mental stimulation. Both depth and breadth of thought are highlighted. You are likely to feel driven to pursue knowledge and may be particularly concerned with issues of morality and the meaning of life.

EXAMPLES: Disraeli, Immanuel Kant, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Da Vinci.


Ideas and ideals are highlighted by this combination. Your mind may fly in many different directions, with a wide range of interests likely. Anything involving intellectual stimulation, or ethical and moral principles, or the freedom to travel or seek new horizons is possible. You are apt to have high standards and may sometimes want more information, more answers, or more variety than is possible in life. Your mind is a primary asset and should be used constantly.

EXAMPLES: Alan Watts, Jack Paar, Orson Welles, Enrico Fermi, Jules Verne, Rollo May, Machiavelli (sextiles). Peter Sellers, William F. Buckley, Gustave Flaubert, Martin Luther, Upton Sinclair, Alan Alda (trines).


An active, restless and eager mind is suggested. Your intellectual skills could be an asset in many different circumstances. Your curiosity about meaning and truth might lead you toward education, science, spiritual or religious paths, broadcasting, the law courts or other idealistic or ethical pursuits. Your interest in freedom and desire for variety could pull toward travel or anything which allows you to keep on learning something all the time. You may sometimes want more than is possible in terms of understanding, or seek perfection where it does not exist. You may demand all the right answers from yourself. Your values could sometimes be in conflict with the people around you or with society’s traditions. If they are not overdone, your eagerness to learn and to explore are strong assets.

EXAMPLES: Konrad Adenauer, Stephen Foster, Hugo Black, Edna Ferber, John Glenn, Jacques Cousteau, Carl Sandburg, Jimi Hendrix (squares). Muhammad Ali, H.G. Wells, R.D. Laing, Jack Anderson, Lenny Bruce (oppositions).


(If you do not use the asteroids, also read the delineations for Chiron to Juno or Pallas as Chiron to Venus.)



Income (and outgo) could be tied to books, educational materials, inspirational (spiritual, philosophical, religious) matters, travel, law courts, journalism, or anything involving expansion (mentally or physically) or idealism. Enlargement of resources is one option which can range from making lots of money to dreaming (and not doing) about “when my ship comes in.” You could idealize beauty, comfort, resources and pleasure—or put all your assets into the pursuit of a dream, a vision. Visualizing skills are likely. Plan for the future; this combination highlights the importance of the long-range view.

EXAMPLES: Raphael, Hector Berlioz, Pancho Gonzales, P. de Chardin, Arthur Ashe, Hugh Downs, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Copernicus.


Intellectual hunger could contribute to your financial base. Your restless, seeking, searching mind is apt to be a vocational asset or bring you a sense of comfort, stability, or pleasure. Your continual quest for more knowledge, inspiration, and information could be turned toward money-making or be a source of gratification. Income through ideas and/or ideals is implied (or idealizing money, possessions, pleasure or beauty). Choose pursuits which give you freedom of movement, variety and a chance to keep on learning.

EXAMPLES: Carl Sandburg, Rollo May, Glen Campbell, Ritchie Valens, Jack London, John Glenn, Karl Marx, Jerry Rubin (sextiles). Arlo Guthrie, Upton Sinclair, Honore De Balzac, David Frost, Helen Reddy, Sir Winston Churchill, Albert Schweitzer (trines).


Expectations are an issue in your financial picture or your search for pleasure. The possibility exists of hitting the big time monetarily, but another option is chronically dreaming (with no results) or wanting more than is possible. The key is backing up your talent for visualizing the best (which is highlighted) with hard work. Follow up that inspiration with some perspiration! Talents already on your side include an independent spirit, mental restlessness that thrives on questions, and an urge to expand your horizons and potentials. You are learning to ground your visions, to put dreams into a practical, sensible form.

EXAMPLES: Bruce Lee, Peter Fonda, Liberace, Joe Frazier, Adlai Stevenson (squares). Philip Berrigan, George B. Shaw, H.R. Haldeman, Graham Nash (oppositions).


You have an instinctive reach for more freedom, truth, meaning, understanding, knowledge and inspiration in life. This could lead you toward fields involving education, information dissemination, ethics, beliefs, travel, or anything that is broadening and expands your horizons. You may be a perpetual seeker—or identify with the truth and try to assertively convince others that your beliefs are the correct ones. You could be competitive or forceful about principles.

You can be a maverick, willing to pioneer, to take risks, to choose an unconventional path. Your energy and enthusiasm could be quite high; you are probably optimistic. You thrive on challenges and can respond quickly with whatever information or action is needed. You may be physically as well as mentally quick. You could overvalue assertion, or put too much faith in yourself, wanting everything on your own terms. Naturally curious, you will tend to seek more and more answers. Somewhat restless, you do best in an environment which allows you movement, variety and new mountains to conquer.

EXAMPLES: Bill Moyers, Paul Newman, John Derek, Jean Cocteau.


Your quick curiosity could be an asset in life. Your quest for more meaning, or information or understanding may help you to grasp concepts rapidly. Physical vitality, dexterity and good coordination are also possible. You usually act in harmony with your ideals and values, knowing what you want and going after it. You may have good instincts for just doing the “right” thing. With mental restlessness highlighted, you thrive in an environment of movement, change and intellectual stimulation. Freedom is accented, with an eagerness to move forward, pioneer and do what you want.

EXAMPLES: Larry Csonka, Charlie Tuna, John Lennon, Dean Martin (sextiles). Fred Astaire, William Blake, Arthur Ashe, Jon Voight (trines).


Your quick mind could be an advantage in life. Because restless curiosity is highlighted, you need some movement and variety. You may sometimes act against your better judgment, when impulses or risk-taking drives predominate. Competitive instincts could clash with ideals and values, until you find a middle ground. Expectations might be an issue. You may want more than is reasonable—of yourself, or in areas of moral and ethical principles. A tendency toward high standards is suggested, but if you overidentify with the absolute, you might believe you already have all the answers (guru tendencies). You could clash with others around issues of values, beliefs and morality. The challenge is to be yourself, getting what you want in life without demanding superhuman perfection OR trying to play God, believing that you have a right to whatever you want.

You could be drawn toward interest in education, information collection or dissemination, ideals and ethics, truth and meaning, travel, or anything which expands people’s physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual horizons.

EXAMPLES: Alan Alda, Percy B. Shelley, Immanuel Kant, Jim Jones (squares). Marcel Proust, Sir Winston Churchill, Jonathan Winters, David Frost (oppositions).


Idealism is highlighted in this combination. The quest for an absolute is quite strong in your nature. Note particularly the house (and sign) placements of Jupiter and Chiron.

It is likely that you will value education, religion, philosophy, travel, sports, exploration, speculation, or anything which is expansive and gives you a sense of higher meaning or knowledge. You could overvalue learning, science, or a particular set of beliefs and end up disappointed. Watch where you put your faith, lest you overdo and carry it to an extreme—or expect godlike perfection from a part of life that is limited. You may be strongly drawn to the roles of student and teacher. You are likely to be optimistic, with an eager enthusiasm for the future and a tendency to believe that the best is yet to come. A sense of humor could be quite marked.

EXAMPLES: George Peppard, Henry Winkler, Jose Feliciano, Oscar Wilde, Diane Keaton.


Your intellectual values are likely to be compatible. You tend to be in inner agreement where matters of philosophy and ultimate meaning are concerned. Your leanings in regard to spirituality, religion, ethics, and morality tend to reinforce one another. Although you can be quite a seeker, a student of knowledge—and an eager disseminator—you are generally in tune with yourself in terms of long-range goals and significant values. Optimism, humor, a good ability to visualize the future, speculative urges and a pioneering mind are all possible.

EXAMPLES: Muhammad Ali, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Bob Dylan, Jim Jones, Dr. Tom Dooley, H.G. Wells, James Dean, Albert Camus (sextiles). Marlon Brando, VIncent Price, Henry Mancini, Edmund G. Brown, Jerry Rubin, Ellen Burstyn (trines).


You may feel some ambivalence about your beliefs and values. Perhaps you are so busy searching for answers, you have not really settled on anything yet. Perhaps you are convinced that the truth is always tentative. Perhaps you are torn in different directions in regard to moral, ethical, or spiritual principles. You may be attracted to the role of teacher and preacher—or student and seeker. A value hierarchy with conscious priorities can clarify your ideals. You might have too much faith, too little faith, or faith in the wrong area (e.g., expecting infinite satisfaction from a relationship, a person, a job, a bank account or some other fragment of life. Humor can be an important lightener in your life. Compromise can help resolve conflicts between different goals and values.

EXAMPLES: Marcel Proust, Percy Shelley, John Cage, Duke of Windsor, Albert Speer, William F. Buckley, Peter Fonda (squares). Sandy Koufax, Guiseppe Verdi, Wolfgang Mozart, Thomas Mann, Jack Kerouac, Sir Winston Churchill, Alan Alda (oppositions).


Variety, freedom, ideals and intellectual stimulation are highlighted for your career. This could range from the self- employed, solo operator, unconventional worker or free soul who doesn’t want to settle down to one job. It could include fields involving information collection or dispersal, teaching, preaching, working for a better world. You may have high standards for yourself as a worker and for the contribution you wish to make to society. This can range from seeking the perfect job, trying to do your work without making any mistakes, turning the work ethic into a supreme value, or laboring to create a more ideal world. You need a sense of challenge, openness and mental activity on the job.

Your beliefs and values are likely to be strongly influenced by a father (or authority) figure. You might worship power, or place a high value on achievement. You could be somewhat conventional in your morality or world view, or you may be very serious and responsible where matters of ethics and principle are concerned. You tend to put your trust in hard work. You want to bring your beliefs down to earth and put them to work in the world.

EXAMPLES: Walt Whitman, Prince Albert, Benito Mussolini, Rockwell Kent.


Your path to success could be enhanced by additional training, studying, education, travel or application of moral and ethical principles. The focus is on idealism, sticking to principles, and gaining increased knowledge in order to achieve more success, status and accomplishments in life. Whatever stimulates you mentally has the potential of contributing to your career. You may be good at visualizing long-range goals and then breaking them into logical, practical steps. Both enthusiasm and the confidence to begin as well as the perseverance to finish up are emphasized.

EXAMPLES: Jacques Cousteau, Maurice Ravel, Thomas Mann, Albert Schweitzer (sextiles). Dean Martin, A. Toscanini, Edouard Manet, Jack Paar, Edwin Aldrin (trines).


Your challenge is to bring together regulations and freedom; ideals and practicality. Feeding the conflict could bring chronic frustration—the work is never good enough, doesn’t pay enough, is too boring—or too risky—or just not quite ideal. Or, you might give up on your dreams, afraid to try. You could feel torn between following the rules, fitting into the structure versus trying an alternative path and making changes. If you combine the principles successfully, you can have an original and creative sense of order and structure. You can have freedom within practical boundaries. You can be true to your vision and yearning for something more, yet pursue it with practicality and common sense, working voluntarily with the “rules of the game”. With integration, your inventiveness, ethics and thirst for knowledge will become significant vocational assets.

EXAMPLES: David Bowie, Willy Brandt, John Paul I, Evel Knievel, Wilt Chamberlain, Mark Spitz, Burt Reynolds, Phoebe Snow (squares). Leonardo Da Vinci, Jack Anderson, Steve Allen, William J. Bryan, Henry Kissinger (oppositions).


Individuality, freedom, inventiveness and originality are highlighted. Restlessness (physical and mental) is likely. You may have a hard time staying in one place, ever ready to move, to look over the horizon, to seek more answers. You may be willing to take risks, speculate for greater gain. Creative thinking is quite likely; brainstorming could be a real talent. You can approach the mental realm from a different angle than most people.

Eager for independence, you are likely to guarantee yourself an available “escape hatch” at all times. You dislike being hemmed in, pinned down, or tied down. Rebelliousness or unconventionality might be carried to an extreme, or you simply march to a different drummer, finding your own path in life. You tend to put your faith in independent action. You place a high value on personal liberty.

EXAMPLES: Ernest Hemingway, Billy Rose, Fred Astaire.


Mental alertness and inventiveness are likely. You may pick up concepts more rapidly than most people. Ideas erupt constantly into your consciousness—some quite unusual. You can be a rebel in your thinking (but not necessarily in actions). The freedom to pursue knowledge and understanding is vital. Confinement is anathema to you. You will resist bonds and boundaries. You are likely to value democracy, justice, fair play and equality. You may be involved with idealistic or humanitarian causes. Your goals probably support intellectual stimulation, individuality and inventiveness.

EXAMPLES: Johann Goethe, Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr, Peter Fonda (sextiles). Oscar Wilde, Arthur Rimbaud, Charles Watson, Konrad Adenauer, Henry Winkler (trines).


Clashes over individuality are possible. Perhaps you rebel against the ideals or beliefs of others. Perhaps your principles are revolutionary or unusual. Perhaps your drive for freedom comes out in a rash or erratic manner. Or, you may simply be very bright, quick, and determined to live on your own terms. Independence may matter much to you. Uniqueness may be an article of faith—something you value most highly. Intellectual stimulation and curiosity are accentuated.

EXAMPLES: Jack London, Dr. Tom Dooley, Vincent Price, J. Edgar Hoover, Guy Ballard, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Vincent Van Gogh, W.B. Yeats (squares). George B. Shaw, Graham Nash, Johnny Carson, David Carradine (oppositions).


Idealism is doubled with this placement. You are likely to place a high value on the quest for meaning, inspiration and enlightenment. You could be drawn to beauty and aesthetics, to helping and healing, or to anything which gives people a glimpse beyond this physical plane. You may put your faith in the artistic or the inspired. Cosmic imagery is quite possible; you can visualize the big picture. Transcendence is a major goal. You want to be uplifted by life—and to share that mystical experience with others.

EXAMPLES: Jose Feliciano, Upton Sinclair, Albert Einstein, Hermann Hesse, Carl Sandburg, Sir A. Fleming.


Harmony is suggested between your intellectual and emotional goals. Your head and heart may be in sync, with your mental beliefs and values supported by your intuition and inner wisdom. A mystical, idealistic, religious, philosophical, or transcendent focus is likely. Your quest for the ultimate may be overdone to the point of excessive imagination, escapism, or unreasonable perfectionism. Or, you may contribute to inspiring others through beauty, healing, helping, spiritual or rescuing activities.

EXAMPLES: Vincent Van Gogh, Ringo Star, Phoebe Snow, Arthur Rimbaud (sextiles). Ira Progoff, Philip Berrigan, Liberace, Daniel Berrigan, Harry Belafonte, Dr. Tom Dooley, William Blake, Paul Gauguin, Martin Luther, Raphael (trines).


You may experience tension between different dreams and ideals. Your compassionate, tender, all-giving side may compete with your individualistic, independent, intellectual goals. You could feel torn between heart and head or intuition and logic. Your challenge is to take the best of both—to integrate the rational and nonrational. Idealism could be overdone, underdone, or channeled into the wrong areas—expecting too much of people, a job, possessions, etc. You are learning to consider your visions, to examine your dreams, and pursue the ones which appeal to you both mentally and emotionally.

EXAMPLES: Gustave Flaubert, Zubin Mehta, Louis Pasteur, Glen Campbell, Walt Whitman, Karl Marx, Merle Haggard, Van Cliburn, Percy B. Shelley (squares). Karl E. Krafft, Enrico Fermi, Anatole France, Adlai Stevenson (oppositions).


You are likely to idealize or highly value sexuality, power, shared possessions, deep psychological understanding, or self- mastery. You may expect more than is possible from mates, or from yourself within an intimate association. You might worship intense emotional confrontations, catharsis, and transformations. You tend to trust depth, thoroughness, and perseverance.

EXAMPLES: Prince Albert, Walt Whitman, Benito Mussolini, Karl Marx, Bruce Lee, Bela Lugosi, Bob Dylan, John W. Gacy, John Lennon.


Your urge for knowledge could enhance your handling of joint resources and pleasures. Your idealism, values, faith or confidence could contribute to intimate connections in your life. You and a mate may share goals, beliefs, inspiration or dreams and visions for a better future. Trust, world views, or moral and ethical principles could be significant issues with your closest partner(s). Your quest for enlightenment may encourage you to look deeper. You may seek and search by probing the depths of the psyche and uncovering hidden knowledge.

EXAMPLES: Jim Jones, Sean Connery, Henry Winkler, Ellen Burstyn, Richard Alpert (Ram Dass), Hector Berlioz (sextiles). Eddie Albert, Wolfgang Mozart, Phoebe Snow, Honore de Balzac, J. Edgar Hoover, William Blake, Rollo May, Roy Rogers (trines)


You may have a bit of reforming or revolutionary zeal. You are working on the integration of breadth and depth: wanting ultimate understanding of everything, and wanting it on a deep level. You may feel torn between attachment versus separation, between maintaining an intimate connection with a mate versus accenting your freedom to explore, adventure and discover new ideas and ideals. Beliefs, values, or moral or ethical principles may be a bone of contention in relationships. You could clash with others with regard to what is most significant and meaningful in life, or over expectations in relationships. Your challenge is to be true to your own intellectual hunger and need to know, while still able to relate closely with others.

EXAMPLES: Mickey Rooney, Liberace, Nikola Tesla, George B. Shaw, Elton John, Jack Anderson, Dean Martin (squares). Martin Luther, Bruno Hauptman, Ernie Pyle, Raphael, H. Himmler, Fred Astaire (oppositions).


For Ceres aspects, also include the sections of the Moon delineations which discuss mother figures.



Your work should include a sense of freedom, openness, variety and intellectual stimulation. Fields might range from inspiration (writing, publishing, metaphysics, philosophy) to education (teaching) to travel, technology or anything which enlarges people’s perspectives. Your work might affect the wider world.

You may expect a lot of your career, or try to do it all perfectly. You may revere competence. An alternative is a high value placed on health and efficient bodily functioning. You’ll be most satisfied with a job which helps to inspire or uplift people, or which expands their horizons and possibilities.

EXAMPLES: Bill Moyers, Brooke Shields, Upton Sinclair, George Wallace (Ceres) Lord Byron, Michelangelo, Ellen Burstyn, Edna Ferber, Hugo Black, Walt Whitman (Vesta).


Your inventive, bright, problem-solving skills can be a real vocational asset. You need a job which stimulates your mind, provides an intellectual challenge, and reveals new possibilities and potentials to you and to the world. Variety is likely to appeal. A restless, seeking spirit is implied which needs to meet a high standard in the career. You want to do and be the best! Freedom of movement and action is your best bet in terms of professional environment. You could be a real pioneer as you are willing to try new paths, and unconventional avenues in getting the job done.


(Ceres sextiles) Vincent Van Gogh, Simon Wiesenthal, Peter Fonda. (Ceres trines) Martin Luther, Omar Sharif, John Glenn, O’Henry. (Vesta sextiles) Dustin Hoffman, Peter Sellers, Abraham Lincoln. (Vesta trines) Nikola Tesla, Van Cliburn, Richard Alpert (Ram Dass).


You may be facing a challenge between idealism and realism or between wide-ranging interests versus focus. With the first, the main dangers are never being satisfied vocationally (searching continually for the “ideal” situation) or demanding more than is reasonable of yourself in terms of expertise and performance. Alternately, you may feel torn between a careful, precise focus on details versus a desire for variety, independence, risk-taking and intellectual stimulation on the job. A bit of both will work the best for you. Your mental acuity and innovative attitudes can provide a good balance to your dedicated desire for efficiency and careful analysis. You can do work that employs both your feeling for exactitude and your quest for intellectual challenges. You could rise to the role of expert in many areas.


(Ceres squares) Lord Byron, Alfred Tennyson, Peter Sellers, John Lennon. (Ceres oppositions) Arlo Guthrie, Johannes Kepler, H R Haldeman, Erwin Rommel. (Vesta squares) Sigmund Freud, Jean Houston, Arthur Ashe, Edouard Manet. (Vesta oppositions) Elton John, Henry Miller, Toulouse-Latrec.


You may idealize relationships, a partner, or your role as a partner. You could expect more than is possible of marriage, try to be the “perfect” partner (perhaps as a guru or a savior), or look for your very own Prince/Princess Charming. You are likely to place a high value on beauty, grace, harmony and equality. You may attract partners who are mentally stimulating, spiritually searching, idealistic, willing to take risks, or fond of freedom. A passion for justice is possible. You may put your faith in compromise, charm, or cooperation.


Orson Welles, Scott Carpenter, Herb Alpert, Oscar Wilde, Henri Matisse, Peter Fonda.


Your beliefs or ideals could contribute to your relationships. Your faith and confidence may make interactions with partners easier. You are likely to seek associates who are drawn to education, travel, science, spiritual quests, sports, speculation, or anything which is on the cutting edge or expands mental and/or physical horizons. You may seek out ways to create more justice and fair play in the world. You could put a priority on balance.


(sextile Pallas) Robert McNamara, Johnny Carson, Jean Houston, Jackie Robinson. (trine Pallas) James Dean, Evel Knievel, John Dean, Nikola Tesla, Helen Reddy. (sextile Juno) Omar Sharif, Alex Dumas, Burl Ives, Wilt Chamberlain, Victor Hugo. (trine Juno) Johannes Kepler, Vida Blue, Jackie Robinson, Jean P. Sartre.


Issues around idealism, ethics, fair play, equality, social justice, or other values are likely in your associations with others. You may feel you have to fight for justice. Relationships which you want to be cooperative may become competitive. Your world view may differ considerably from a partner’s. Moral conflicts or ethical dilemmas could arise. You may want more than is possible from your partner (or your partner may seem impossible to satisfy). You could be quite idealistic about relationships, equality, balance, harmony, beauty, or cooperation. You may apply your mind and originality to negotiation, aesthetics, or political action.


(Pallas squares) Sigmund Freud, Henry Kissinger, Spiro Agnew, Walter Schirra. (Pallas oppositions) Jack Kerouac, Steve Allen, John W. Gacy, Earl Warren. (Juno squares) Herb Alpert, Daniel Berrigan, Peter Ustinov, Vance Packard. (Juno oppositions) A. Eichmann, P. de Chardin, Erwin Rommel, Dr. Sam Sheppard.

To be continued

Copyright © 1993 Los Angeles Community Church of Religious Science, Inc.

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