Vitellius (September 24, 15 AD – December 22, 69 AD)
It’s a shame, really. This man was probably best suited for the debauched lifestyle that being Emperor could afford him, but he wasn’t really right to rule the Roman Empire.
The timing of this chart is randomized. So there is no basis to suspect that anything other than what we can see before us is in operation. There are two inconjuncts.
Moon Inconjunct Saturn
This aspect usually means that your need for emotional security conflicts with your need to live with the world’s demands. Each of us needs to be accepted and loved for what we are, in order to have enough self-confidence to deal with the world. But we also have to learn to live with our own life situations in order to survive. In other words, we have to realize that we can’t have everything we want. With this aspect, these two needs are working against each other. Probably you will satisfy one of them at the expense of the other.
Uranus Inconjunct Pluto
This aspect indicates changes in the world of the people who were born at this time, changes that were difficult to understand because they were very revolutionary but subtle in many ways.
In other words, Vitellius got caught up in the revolutionary changes that happened in the “Year of Four Emperors”. He was number three. It cost him his life.
Again, I do not have an exact time of death, so I set the clock for 12:00 noon. His being dragged to the Gemonian stairs where the people killed him and threw his body into the Tiber River (with or without his head) is that Moon Inconjunct Pluto aspect in the ‘death’ chart. And his last words were recorded as: “Yet I was once your Emperor”.