Pat Cipollone (May 6, 1966)
Did you know that Pat Cipollone’s surname means “pocket watch” in Italian? I hope he’s been keeping time with it. The January 6th Select Committee would like to hear from him, about his days at the White House, and especially the days leading up to the Storming of the Capitol. But will he testify or just defy (justify) them?
I randomized his birth time, just to see what would pop out at me. Hmm. That Uranus/Pluto conjunction inconjunct the Midheaven may not be accurate, but it sure is interesting, is it not?
Uranus Conjunct Pluto (1965)
This aspect undoubtedly signifies a generation of children who will have very powerful effects on the rest of the culture, for they will be revolutionaries in the truest sense. They will be very eager and restless for change, but at the same time patient enough to learn how to bring it about. They will undoubtedly have a very powerful impact on everyone in society. The parents of these children must be patient and instill in them a real respect for human values. There is the danger that some of them could be absolutely ruthless in their desire for change.
Uranus Inconjunct Midheaven
You need to express your thoughts and feelings, but you often upset the people around you with your words. You seem to enjoy creating a stir every time you say something, but this can get you into quite a bit of trouble with parents, teachers and other authority figures. The underlying principle of this aspect is the need to balance your individual self-expression and manner of communicating with your need to learn and grow under the guidance of older people.
Pluto Inconjunct Midheaven
You may have trouble with older people who try to teach you how to effectively take control of your life. Even while you are young, you may resent their control over you and resist everything they are trying to teach you. To a great extent, your path in life will be shaped by your early confrontations with authority figures.
Another problem that can arise if you are not treated properly is that you may withdraw into yourself and become very secretive, as though you have something to hide even when you don’t. This can make people distrust you.
(I don’t need to remind you that these last two descriptions may not apply if the birth time is different.)
So, will he or won’t he testify? Only the time on his pocket watch will tell.
But he may have painted himself into a corner by previously representing Trump’s defense in his impeachment senate hearing (re: the January 6th insurrection). Can he, now, knowingly testify against Trump for the January 6th Select Committee hearings? I doubt it…
Very interesting analysis Chris. I suspect the rebel side of him will make him want to testify again (he has already done so) but will insist it not be recorded nor will he testify publicly.
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Looks like his only proviso was that he wouldn’t quote his discussions with Trump verbatim.