Heather Mills (January 12, 1967)
It was during my latest viewing of “Paul McCartney in Red Square” that I started thinking about Heather Mills again. Such a beautiful woman, she seemed to be the ideal second wife for him. But something went wrong, and then they got divorced. Why?
No one knows what time Ms. Mills was born: most astrology sites list 6 am, but that didn’t look right to me. I contemplated randomizing the time, and then chose 10 pm instead. Why? Because the Moon seems to be at the right age when Heather’s mum left the family (age 9). Then I saw how Uranus and Pluto are bracketing the Virgo Ascendant and my mind went, “a-ha.”
As a result of this timing, there is a double Yod pointing at the Midheaven. Now, this could be totally speculative, or it could be totally inspired. You decide.
Sun Inconjunct Midheaven
This aspect can mean some tension with one of your parents, although it is not likely to be serious or destructive. In fact it may play a very positive role later on by forcing you to confront certain issues that you would otherwise have ignored. However, while you are young, you may resent this parent quite a bit. Do not take this too seriously, unless some other area of your chart indicates a more negative relationship.
Mercury Inconjunct Midheaven
It is very important that you remember not to speak impulsively. If you do, it is very likely that you will put your foot in your mouth. Consider what you are going to say and how your words can further your objectives.
Neptune Inconjunct Midheaven
With this aspect you may have to build up your self-confidence considerably while you are young and learn that you are as worthy as anyone else. Even though these are your learning years, when you must develop a great deal of discipline, you still deserve as much consideration as anyone else. Your natural tendency is to yield to authority, so that those people who are most influential in your life, including your parents, should be very careful about how they exercise that authority over you. If they try to control you too much, or if they make you feel that you aren’t able to manage your own affairs, it will be difficult to correct the effects of this negative influence later in life.
In Summation of Their Divorce the Judge Said This:
The husband’s evidence was, in my judgement, balanced. He expressed himself moderately though at times with justifiable irritation, if not anger. He was consistent, accurate and honest. But I regret to have to say I cannot say the same about the wife’s evidence. Having watched and listened to her give evidence, having studied the documents, and having given in her favour every allowance for the enormous strain she must have been under (and in conducting her own case) I am driven to the conclusion that much of her evidence, both written and oral, was not just inconsistent and inaccurate but also less than candid. Overall, she was a less than impressive witness.
I find that, far from the husband dictating to and restricting the wife’s career and charitable activities, he did the exact opposite. He encouraged it and lent his support, name and reputation to her business and charitable activities. The facts as I find them do not in any way support her claim.Wikipedia