T. Thomason (September 29, 1994)
I follow T. Thomason on Facebook. I sent him a message asking if he’d like me to do his birth chart. He answered, “No, I’m alright.” That is so close to the British statement, “No, you’re alright,” meaning, ‘no thanks, I’m fine,’ that I knew he had an English birth and upbringing.
All official details about him list his year of birth as 1994. There are no other birth details except for where: Sidcup, Kent, UK. As he is a public person, I did my due diligence and found that he made reference to his 26th birthday in 2020. So, I can now share his chart with you.
You may wonder why I refer to T. as ‘he’: evidently, he uses that pronoun (rather than ‘it’, which would have been a true non-binary word). Since he had been, for a short time, “Molly“, I wondered if he would show any transgender issues. The timing of this chart is randomized, and yet I think we have very nearly got it right, since the Moon is positioned for about 24 years of age, and Mars for about 25. The aspects don’t line up with a full-blown Sun/Moon opposition, so this is not ‘transgender’ as such. But the Sun/Saturn inconjunct may be the ‘hidden’ reason for his choice of the non-binary designation.
Sun Inconjunct Saturn
You will have to learn the difference between having self-control and discipline, on the one hand, and totally denying yourself any self-expression, on the other. This aspect can mean that you feel extremely unworthy, which undermines your self-confidence and makes it hard to face obstacles in life with confidence and determination.
You may even feel that persons, forces or circumstances are conspiring to prevent you from doing what you want. You may be limited by fear or by the belief that you don’t deserve to get what you want. With this aspect there is a danger that your frustrated energies will turn into physical ailments that further limit your freedom of action.
Sometimes you may be afraid to get the freedom to do what you want, for the rigid structure and rules that you are forced to live under seem to give you a feeling of security. At the same time, however, part of you does want to be free.
You will always require structure in your life, and you will always be happier with some kind of discipline. But you should try out new kinds of experiences, do new and different things and expand the structure of your life. Instead of always staying home, go out and see new places, meet new people. This is the only way that you can learn to overcome overcome your shyness and lack of confidence. And occasionally you must let yourself go and express your real wishes and desires, no matter how immature, wild or crazy they seem. You are still a young person, which is a fact that you and those around you must keep in mind. You can’t be expected to grow up too quickly.