Pierre Poilievre (June 3, 1979)
Honestly, people, this man is just nine months older than my youngest child. (And my cousin, John, is concerned that Pierre Poilievre is being referred to as ‘Pee Pee’…)
Why are political leaders allowed to ‘hide’ their birth times? Public office should come with an astrology chart. I have rectified the time to reflect the age 38 when he married his wife (Venus). That Pluto in the 12 House is concerning: it is an echo of Donald Trump‘s chart. There are three inconjuncts, independent of a exact time of birth.
Mercury Inconjunct Uranus
Your mind moves quickly from topic to topic, often without pausing long enough for you to understand what you have learned. And if there is a lot of excitement or activity around you, your mind may race so fast to keep up with it all that you work yourself into a state of nervous frenzy. Under these circumstances it is almost impossible for you to concentrate or do any useful mental work.
This aspect might mean that you have nervous problems, such as a tendency to get exhausted or a sensitive disposition that requires a very calm environment in order to prevent further problems.
Venus Inconjunct Neptune
This aspect means that your attitudes about love and affection are very idealistic, as will become clearer later in life. Also it can be a sign of creative artistic ability if there are other indications of creativity in your chart. You are willing to serve, help and assist those you love, but you may honestly feel that you don’t deserve to be loved unless you are forced to serve your loved ones in some way. This is because you feel that loving someone requires you to make sacrifices and to deny your own needs and that love may not necessarily make you feel good and warm.
Mars Inconjunct Pluto
You have a strong will and always want to have your own way. But very often it seems as if tremendous forces are working to prevent you from getting what you want. If you have this problem, it is because of the way you go about trying to achieve your ends. If you put too much force into your desire to get something, you may unknowingly alienate people because your aggressive manner shows that you will let nothing stop you from getting what you want. Even if that isn’t the way you really feel about it, you should recognize that your forcefulness creates this impression.
And if you think the Toronto Star is misguided or even kidding, consider the fact that Patrick Brown got booted from the Conservative leadership race, because P.P. wanted his votes…
You have been warned!