Mar 29: Eric Idle & Lucy Lawless

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Mar 29: Eric Idle & Lucy Lawless

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat May 22, 2021 4:20 pm

Idle, Eric. March 29, 1943, 1:20 PM BST, South Shields, England (A).
Lawless, Lucy. March 29, 1968, 6:25 AM NZT, Auckland, NZ (A).

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Carter, Billy. March 29, 1937, 12:30 AM CST, Americus, GA (AA).
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Re: Mar 29: Eric Idle & Lucy Lawless

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat May 22, 2021 4:40 pm

Lawless' chart is favored by Tropical astrologers for strong Tropical Aries reflecting the character of her most famous role. Sidereally, though, I have no trouble with her double Pisces for this highly successful fantasy actor. Her chart is especially marked by a close New Moon tightly straddling Ascendant.

Irreverent Idle's chart seems most marked by the foreground mundane Sun-Pluto square (ecliptically they are trine). His chart is marked by several planets in detriment (exalted Mars in Capricorn being the single exception) and, again, I think of this as irreverence or cutting against the grain of expectation. (Mercury in Pisces, Venus in Aries, Jupiter in Gemini, Neptune in Virgo, to which we may perhaps add Uranus in Taurus.) The 0°01' Sun-Saturn sextile is mark of comedy, Mercury-Uranus of brilliance.
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Re: Mar 29: Eric Idle & Lucy Lawless

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Mar 29, 2022 7:57 pm

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Sat May 22, 2021 4:40 pm
Irreverent Idle's chart seems most marked by the foreground mundane Sun-Pluto square (ecliptically they are trine). His chart is marked by several planets in detriment (exalted Mars in Capricorn being the single exception) and, again, I think of this as irreverence or cutting against the grain of expectation. (Mercury in Pisces, Venus in Aries, Jupiter in Gemini, Neptune in Virgo, to which we may perhaps add Uranus in Taurus.) The 0°01' Sun-Saturn sextile is mark of comedy, Mercury-Uranus of brilliance.
I should have added, there is an important mundane grand square showing much about the nature of his mind and entertainment instincts:

14°40' (12H) - Jupiter
14°51' (3H) - Neptune
16°29' (6H) - Moon
17°34' (9H) - Mercury

In order of closeness (all mundane):

Jupiter-Neptune sq. 0°11'
Moon-Mercury sq. 1°05'
Mercury-Neptune op. 1°31'
Moon-Neptune sq. 1°38'
Moon-Jupiter op. 1°49'
Mercury-Jupiter 2°54'
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