Girl in the Picture (2022)
On a whim, we watched this Netflix documentary last night. I’m not sure if we should have, because it figured in my dreams last night. How depraved can one man be?
“If you could read my mind, love, what a tale my thoughts would tell…”
There is nothing factual about this birth chart. There is a glimpse of Suzanne Sevakis’ birth certificate about three-quarters of the way through this film. I revisited the image this morning and couldn’t ascertain where in Michigan Suzanne was born, or what time of day. St. Mary’s Hospital is named, but that could be in Saginaw, Grand Rapids, or Livonia. There used to be a St. Mary’s Hospital in Detroit, but by 1969 its name had been changed. And I have rectified her birth time to show Mars at 20 years old when she died. It shows her also losing her mother when young (Moon on the cusp of the 4th House). Her biological father is shown to be gone before she was born (Saturn in the 11th House). She was ripe for the picking by her stepfather, abductor, and later husband. (You’ll have to watch the film to get this.)
Jupiter Inconjunct Saturn
This aspect may signify great restlessness and unease, so that it is difficult for you to achieve a state of balance or feel calm and at ease. Often you have contradictory impulses; you want to plunge ahead into some relatively risky activity, but you are held back by feelings of caution or inhibition. It is often difficult to decide whether you want to act on your own or in a situation that is very structured and regulated. If your situation is too structured, you will feel closed in and repressed; you will want to break free and go off by yourself and do things your way. But when you get that freedom, you feel rather lost and at loose ends, and you find it difficult to set your own pace.
(Since the other two inconjuncts are based on a spurious time of birth, I won’t delineate them here.)
Rest in Peace, Suzanne Sevakis (September 9, 1969 – April 30, 1990).