Feb 21: Anais Nin & Sam Peckinpah

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Feb 21: Anais Nin & Sam Peckinpah

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Feb 21, 2020 8:32 am

Anais Nin, February 21, 1903, 8:25 PM, Neuilly sur Seine, France (AA data)
Sam Peckinpah, February 21, 1925, 2:15 PM, Fresno, CA (AA data)
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Re: Feb 21: Anais Nin

Post by Danica » Sat May 23, 2020 2:37 am

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Fri Feb 21, 2020 8:32 am
Anais Nin, February 21, 1903, 8:25 PM, Neuilly sur Seine, France (AA data)
I have her Delta of Venus (got it as gift), and bought a volume or two of her diaries, but haven’t read any of it, and it’s all in storage now so must wait for some future time. Let’s see what the chart says, and I will come back to this post later, after having read some of her writing.

Aqu Sun is combined with a Sag Moon: the essence of life is colored by the scientific, unconventional and inclusive, Uranian tones, while the substance of life by the needs related to heritage, tribal/group belonging and the-highest-and-best (Sag themes). Virgo Mars to go with these adds strategical ingenuity to the picture; action is fueled by Mercury-related themes (information needs; knowledge - acquiring and sharing).

Angularity/expressivity, by orb:
Ne on MC 5*51’
Mo on IC 7*08’
Ma on AC 8*47’

Sorted aspects:
Mo sex Ju 07’
Ju tri Ne 39’
Mo opp Ne 46’
Su oct Ma 49’
Ma oct Ju 51’

-there are two important clusters here: Mo-Ju-Ne connection (with Mo-Ne being the dynamic axis, and Ju having a static connection to both), and Su-Ma-Ju (all mutually dynamic).

Solar aspects, by orb:
oct Ma 49’
tri Ne 1*01’
cnj Ju 1*40’
sex Mo 1*47’

Lunar aspects:
sex Ju 07’
opp Ne 46’
- I note that this opp Ne is the only dynamic aspect, of this otherwise heavily-Jupiterian Moon: the movement, prompt-to-action comes from Neptunian drives of merging, belonging, etc.

All other aspects:
Me oct Ve 1*09’
Me cnj Sa 2*13’
Ve sq Ur 2*48’
Ve sq Pl 4*30’
Ma tri Pl 1*28’
Sa oct Pl 1*07’


Ju-Ne-Ma are the most prominent themes, along with the Aquarius Sun. There’s freedom motif interlocked with tribalism/elitism of a sort; there’s great understanding and appreciation of the Ceremonial, Ritual, Mystical and Philosophical.
Inner strength rests on ability to be openly vulnerable, and publicly share own progression and path of development/growth: Aqu Sun comes from point-perspective of Connectedness, and is guided by love for Human, and oriented to Future; strong Jupiter understands the cultural context, norms and values, and is able to perceive them in their totality, from a wider vantage-point, see the mythos and the dynamism of evolution of ideas in it and how those connect to groups’ behaviors; strong and easily-expressive Neptune yearns for the ever-beyond, is drawn to the mysterious and Unknown, so adds huge dose of idealism and potential naivete to the character, and in interpersonal contacts is pronouncedly emphatic, absorbs the frequencies of the other person & environment like a sponge, is highly sensitive to virtually everything and is highly vulnerable.
There’s great, authentic inner strength (Ma tri Plu 1*28’, Hub, Aqu Sun sex Mo, partile dynamic Ma;, Sa oct Plu 1*07’ – the persistence, endurance, long-term view, non-hesitation to take on hard heavy tasks and accept own responsibility), that at its best inspires others to strive toward the seemingly-impossible Wider horizons, ever-moving toward Higher-and-Better (Ur-Ju Luminaries, with Ne-Mo-Ma on angles).
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Re: Feb 21: Anais Nin & Sam Peckinpah

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat May 23, 2020 10:28 am

I like your systematic, purposeful way of moving through the chart to harvest the components and set them up to see the big picture.
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Re: Feb 21: Anais Nin & Sam Peckinpah

Post by Danica » Sat May 23, 2020 1:05 pm

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 10:28 am
I like your systematic, purposeful way of moving through the chart to harvest the components and set them up to see the big picture.
Thank you
I've been graced to be able to learn from the best :geek:
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Re: Feb 21: Anais Nin & Sam Peckinpah

Post by FlorencedeZ. » Sat May 23, 2020 1:11 pm

You are at your very best Danica, I learn so much from you, a big thank you.
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Re: Feb 21: Anais Nin & Sam Peckinpah

Post by SteveS » Sat May 23, 2020 3:16 pm

:) I too love your approach D.

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