Chart of my co-worker

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FlorencedeZ.
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Chart of my co-worker

Post by FlorencedeZ. » Sat Feb 27, 2021 11:05 am

My co-worker asked me to look at his chart.

His birth details are: 19 February 1966, 3:40PM, The Hague, Netherlands

He is an Aquarius-Capricorn and has an Aquarius stellium.
There is only one foreground planet, Venus conjunct DSC '1*25'
A true helper with an huge love for others is what people tell and know about him with his strong Uranian personality

Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto are background.
My question is, how does a background Mars-Saturn manifest as it has no avenue for expression? How does struggle express or is it hampered down? Or perhaps there is no struggle as it is background?
Thanks for your help.

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Re: Chart of my co-worker

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Feb 27, 2021 12:31 pm

FlorencedeZ. wrote:
Sat Feb 27, 2021 11:05 am
My question is, how does a background Mars-Saturn manifest as it has no avenue for expression? How does struggle express or is it hampered down? Or perhaps there is no struggle as it is background?
Martin Luther King, Jr. had Mars opposite Saturn in the background. His life was one of taking up struggle. His foreground planets were Sun and Jupiter (Eris also, but let's skip past that right now), but nobody can deny his willingness (even compulsion) to take up a struggle.

Some other non-foreground Mars-Saturn hard aspects include Adolf Hitler, Al Gore, Margaret Cho (middleground) and Rodney King, our friend Freya (background).

The deep inner drive for struggle (and the character traits to do well in a world with struggle) are powerful within him. There is, of course, the fallback of it impacting his health (in Aquarius-Leo these aspects most likely would affect heart-circulatory or back-spine: I have one example of this axis with an acute scoliosis that took many surgeries in childhood), but one can always pick one's struggles.

Looking at these examples, it seems that the closer the aspect comes to the angles, the more the individual quite openly takes up the struggle; the farthest from the angles, the more they are disinclined to do so. For example (as a rule of thumb) the middleground aspects found it easy enough to pick up a challenge-struggle that moved them, the background was more likely to be victimized and encounter hardship and mistreatment (probably from not wanting the struggle or being unmotivated to pick something to fight for).

I suggest he find what he cares most deeply about (a Venus and Aquarius motivation) and actively pursue it. But he may also have had this hardship (even cruelty) in the past and you don't know about it. Capricorn Moon often has a hardship in childhood, especially with that close Neptune square, though he has some protection from the exact Moon-Jupiter trine. With his Moon in Capricorn at the exaltation degree of Mars, partile square Neptune, and the aspects you mentioned, I think it likely he did have a rough (even brutal) childhood, yet with some Jupiter element such as a surprising protection against the worst.
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Re: Chart of my co-worker

Post by FlorencedeZ. » Sun Feb 28, 2021 11:41 am

Many thanks Jim.
This is awesome.
I would not have been able to translate the background aspects like this myself.
I learned a lot again.
Regards, Flo

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