Thursday, September 30, 2004

Michel Gauquelin

Gauquelin set out to disprove the claims of astrologers in 1950. He ended up proving them. He never became a believer of astrology, though.

What he discovered is that certain planets are conjunct the ascendant or descendant in the charts of scientists, athletes, writers, etc. The results were as follows:

Mars: Scientists, doctors, athletes, executives.

Jupiter: Team athletes, soldiers, politicians, actors, journalists, playwrights.

Saturn: Scientists, doctors.

Moon: Politicians, writers.

Of course, he only confirmed what astrologers already knew.

In my chart, both Jupiter and the Moon are conjunct the descendant - in Gemini no less. And Neptune is conjunct the ascendant.

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