“Stop the Steal”: Guilt by Association?

Roger Stone (August 27, 1952)

The V sign

I missed something about Roger Stone. It took a comment from my astrology friend, Ellie, to open my eyes to an obvious association. Stone has an tattoo of Richard Nixon on his back. What’s that about?

If Nixon is your idol, then you must have a very messed up sense of right and wrong.

This timing is 100% randomized. But there are a couple of interesting points that I want to share. If the time of Stone’s birth is anytime other than this, the Moon and Mars will be conjunct (using the 10° arc, before and after). Therefore, the accidental inconjunct between Mars and the Midheaven may be applicable, here. The other inconjunct linking Jupiter and Neptune is not dependent on an exact timing. Also, note that Jupiter seems to be pivotal to most of the aspects, while Saturn and Neptune are in Stone’s Libra 1st House. This might explain why he is a conspiracy theorist.

Moon Conjunct Mars (definitely)

You are likely to have quite a temper and fly off the handle easily. However, if you are allowed to express your anger completely, you get over it very soon. You can be very angry at one minute, but as soon as your mood has passed, you are quite calm. However, if you get into the habit of holding in your angry feelings, they can build up to quite a fierce level and even become destructive in your life later on. Suppressed anger can be a source of many nervous disorders and mental problems when you are an adult.

You are a fighter, and once you have made up your mind about something, you fight very hard to get your way. Others have to prove that they are stronger than you are, or you won’t give in to them. At least you fight out in the open and reasonably fairly, so no one can complain that you are sneaky and underhanded.

The major problem to watch out for is that you may fight for ideas or causes that you haven’t thought out at all carefully. You may react to threats that are more imagined than real if an innocent remark or actions triggers off any reaction in your mind. You tend to be angry without really knowing why. When that happens, try to see if the reasons justify your anger. A tendency to get angry for no reason or to act without thinking is the greatest problem with this aspect.

Mars Inconjunct Midheaven (maybe)

This aspect can mean that you have mixed feelings about all authority figures, including your parents. You may feel that you have to violate the rules laid down by your parents in order to get your way. This is a significant problem, because if it continues into adulthood, you will have great difficulties with employers. Therefore it is very important that your parents teach you how to express your self-assertive drives without going against their teachings. Unfortunately it is impossible to state how that should be done, because the conflict between self-will, on one hand, and self-denial and work, on the other, is different for each person.

Jupiter Inconjunct Neptune (for sure)

You are an idealist with very vivid dreams about how you want your life to be, and at certain times in your life you will follow those dreams with all your energy. But sometimes these idealistic dreams will let you down, because you are not concerned enough with what is real and possible. Yet learning to handle the real world is a very important part of your development, because it is the only way you can avoid becoming bitter and disillusioned when your more practical ideas have led you into disappointment.

By itself, this aspect does not guarantee that you will have such problems, but if it is reinforced by other, similar aspect in your chart, you should certainly be careful of a tendency toward escapism. It is always easier to create an ideal reality within your mind than in the world, but the world is where you must work. Escapism can include using drugs or alcohol or following strange and delusive religious beliefs. As you get older, you may fall into the trap of guru worship and deny your own identity.

Your idealism can be the source of much creative imagination, leading to profound insights and realizations, but only if you remain connected with the actual day-to-day universe in which the rest of the human race lives.




About cdsmiller17

I am an Astrologer who also writes about world events. My first eBook "At This Point in Time" is available through most on-line book stores. I have now serialized my second book "The Star of Bethlehem" here. And I am experimenting with birth and death charts. If you wish to contact me, or request a birth chart, send an email to cdsmiller17@gmail.com. (And, in case you are also interested, I have an extensive list of celebrity birth and death details if you wish to 'confirm' what you suspect may be a past-life experience of yours.) Bless.
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2 Responses to “Stop the Steal”: Guilt by Association?

  1. cdsmiller17 says:

    John 8:7 “So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.” (KJV)


  2. Pingback: When All Else Fails, Sue the B*stards | cdsmiller17

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