General Mark A Milley (June 20, 1958)
I’m still reading “Peril” by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. I was originally going to use General Milley‘s picture as an illustration for a previous post, only to hesitate and then post this one instead.
I knew, even before I raised this birth chart that Mars would represent Milley’s first commission as a 22-year-old. So, it wasn’t difficult to rectify his chart when I originally randomized the time @ 12:35 pm.
So, guess what? He has a Yod, not dependent on a correct birth time. So, this one will be important.
Venus Inconjunct Jupiter
This can be a positive aspect if you learn to control some of its negative possibilities. You are likely to lack energy and to be rather passive. You may wait for opportunities to come to you, rather than go after them. You may not have enough energy to pursue your ambitions, or you may not have much ambitions. Or you may love your comfort so much that you are unwilling to make any effort or put up with any pain that could help you grow and develop. However, if there are any indications of energy in your chart, they should overcome the passivity.
On the plus side, you need love and affection, and you can usually be very warm and affectionate as well. However, it is very important that you choose your close friends carefully, because you may attract people who are difficult to get along with, who order you around or act as if they are better than you. Avoid such people, for they will do you no good.
If you do associate with difficult people, you may be unable to live up to your own standards of behavior. You may do things that you usually wouldn’t approve of, because somehow the relationship weakens your resolve to do what is right. But this won’t happen if you choose your friends carefully and avoid people who are not good for you.
Venus Inconjunct Saturn
This aspect means that your family may make you feel that you are unworthy of love. Unless you are given a great deal of love while you are young, you will be attracted to cold and unfeeling people when you are an adult. Such people are an outward expression of your inner feeling of unworthiness.
Even without any pressure, you are likely to be more disciplined than most people your age. You don’t go overboard in anything, and you feel strongly that your worth depends on what you do and how much you accomplish.
(I like to think that what Milley did in defying Trump was for the love of his country.)