Alexander Hamilton (January 11, 1755 – July 12, 1804)
Oh, well, I might as well make the cosmic leap and do Hamilton’s birth chart. The timing isn’t certain because no one knows whether he was born in 1755 or 1757. It stands to reason that he would have been 20 years or older when the colonies signed their Declaration of Independence in 1776. Obviously, the birth time is totally randomized, but that doesn’t stop our focus from straying from Uranus as a motivating factor in his life.
A-ha, says I: there’s a Yod pointing at Neptune from the Moon and Uranus. We have lift-off.
Moon Inconjunct Neptune
People with this aspect often hide their real feelings and make sacrifices for others that they do not really want to make. Then they resent the person who asked for the sacrifice. You must learn to tell people how you really feel; if you do not, you have only yourself to blame for what happens. You must learn to accept that you are responsible for your own life. Do not act as if you are the victim of strong forces that you can’t control, because you can control them.
Uranus Inconjunct Neptune
This aspect indicates a generation that had mixed feelings about its ideals and how to implement them. They often felt very confused about their ideals, and when they found that their ideals failed because they were badly formulated, this group became disillusioned. States of consciousness beyond the ordinary are very confusing to them, and they prefer not to get involved with such matters.
How Does his Birth Chart Compare to the Honourable Shot Chart?
I’m sure you can make the connections for yourself, so I won’t comment on the obvious…