Charles Ingram (August 6, 1963)
Some people are remembered for their heroism, some for their personality; this man is remembered for trying to cheat spectacularly on a UK quiz show, and getting found out.
Not knowing Mr Ingram’s birth time, I have rectified his chart to reflect his joining the army at age 23 (Jupiter: ‘join the army; see the world’). Because his parents divorced when he was young, Saturn and the Moon (conjunct!) needed to be in the childhood section of his birth chart (4th House). That puts Neptune on the cusp of his 2nd House (of Money and Possessions). I think we have it just about right.
Moon Inconjunct Midheaven
With this aspect you must learn to make your emotional needs and desires for pleasure fit in with your growth and development in the world. It is possible that these problems could make it difficult for you to choose a profession or a course that would give your life a sense of purpose. Or you may be unable to follow one path consistently. In other words, your emotional needs may be in conflict with your long-term goals. You may know what you have to do, but not feel much like doing it. Or your feelings may actually color your perception so much that you really do not see what has to be done. Try not to form bad habits, because they are especially likely to create difficulties of this sort.
Moon Conjunct Saturn
This is a very important aspect, and its effects depend heavily on how your parents feel about you. Unless you have a great deal of emotional support from your parents, especially you mother, you will grow up feeling unworthy, doubting your abilities and being unable to live easily with your emotions. Unfortunately, this aspect indicates that you are very sensitive to any coldness from your mother. If you do not have a close rapport with hr, or if she is physically absent, as may be the case with this aspect, you should find another person who can take her place in your life.
You may have an unusual ability to control yourself very strictly, to sit on your feelings and make decisions according to reason alone. You can be very objective and see a situation as it really is, uncolored by emotion. Just be sure to take your feelings about matters seriously as well, because they are important.