Milica’s ChartJanuary 7, 2013 at 1:33 am | Posted in Astrology, NatalChartAnalysis | 2 Comments
Tags: Astrology, biquintiles, Pallas, Saturn, Saturn-Return
Reader Milica has requested a chart, writing the following:
I am a female taurus. I have a Pluto, Saturn and Mars in Scorpio. How would this transit affect me? Thanks
Here is her natal chart:
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Milica will experience her Saturn Return this year, and given the events this summer, the experience will be a particularly powerful one for her. She will deal with a number of emotional issues. If she is married she may divorce, and if she is single she might marry. Having a child is also possibility. These are all things that often happen with the first saturn return, as well as subsequent ones.
Her Sun and Moon are bi-quintile, and that aspect can provide genius. We are guessing that, given her taurus sun her predilection is music or sculpture but it might be another field, such as finance. Moon is near Uranus (conjunct if you use loose orbs) and that confirms that she either is very bright or could be. Unfortunately, the South Node is nearby, and that means that she probably only sticks with things she can do easily rather than a pursuit of magnifying her strengths into what they could be. The Saturn Return may bring her an awareness of this genius if it is currently dormant.
Saturn has touched her natal Pluto recently, and “things have been difficult.” She may have experienced a death in the family. Saturn is active in the eighth house, and she is likely dealing with death, taxes, power struggles, or a mix of all three. She may have come into an inheritance or may be in line to do so within the next year or two.
Mars opposite Venus leaves her as being rather sexy, likely physically attractive, to potential suitors. But, if she is available, she must choose wisely. Venus, Sun, and Chiron, by sign, oppose Mars & Saturn, by sign. This leaves her with an ongoing series of struggles and can sometimes make decision making very difficult. Failure to decide, of course, is also a decision. Any potential suitor must be able to “live with this,” and see her as she is, rather than as merely a sex object. And, more than a few suitors may be intimidated by her creative intelligence and, effectively, coerce her to hide or dampen the abilities that are her birthright.
She has Pallas in the 12th, and this is double-edged. Sometimes she can depend too heavily on her intelligence. If she is indeed very bright, then her trap is easy to see: she becomes dependent upon last minute preparation, and then she fails in goals that require even the brightest students to make serious preparations. But, if she can overcome this tendency to procrastinate, then she can be a creator of elegant solutions.