vrijdag 16 januari 2009
Astrology chart Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens has the pattern of artistic talents. Venus is on the Descendant, square Moon and Neptune on the IC. And Venus is in Pisces, sesquisquare ASC/MC. The Gemini Midheaven makes hard aspects with Moon, Neptune and Venus. This all shows us that there is possible artistic talent.
Charles Dickens's Venus in Pisces on the Descendant is related to the Moon, Neptune and Midheaven. With the Midheaven in Gemini and Jupiter on top, 'calling' (= not making aspects in sign or orb 5 degrees) the publishing and writing becomes part of the pattern. Another interesting observation is that the Sun is right in the middle of Mercury and Venus (Sun = Mercury/Venus) and that means that he was a communication talent. The prominent placements of Jupiter and Pluto make us aware of great success.
PS Dickens always ended his books in a positive way (all is well that ends well:) but he always started describing poverty and ill situations. Saturn is his oriental planet, rising before the Sun. That makes a person look at bad things, responsibilities and disadvantages, first. But as he was above all (Jupiter on top) an optimist, things ended well.