Charles Cullen (February 22, 1960)
I’m not being facetious, here. The man at the centre of the film “The Good Nurse” is a very conflicted person. There are hints as to what made him the way he is, but astrology can be much more enlightening than a simple history of events.
As with most individuals, no one has done Cullen’s birth chart before. His birth time is unknown, so I set the clock to 3:00 pm in order to capture at least two major childhood events: his father’s death @ 7.5 months (Pluto); and his mother’s death @ 17 years of age (Moon). His arrest and convictions for murder seem to be confirmed by the position of the Sun in his chart. There are three inconjuncts.
Sun Inconjunct Ascendent
Your relationships with other people can be very intense. While you are young, they may be quite difficult, because you feel that others will accept you only if you deny yourself in some way. Or you may constantly feel you should put off doing what you want in order to do what you have to do. Usually, your ideas about what you have to do come from the people around you. Also, contacts with other people will frequently force you to make serious, major psychological changes. Difficulties in your relationships with friends and family are signs of profound internal changes.
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.
Venus Inconjunct Pluto
With this aspect you must learn a great deal about the kinds of friends you want and the kinds of experiences you will have through other people. Even while you are still young, you may meet persons who are quite difficult to get along with, but who seem to be impossible to get away from, even when you want to. You may be fascinated by such persons, or circumstances may force you to stay with them. These people do have a definite role to play in your life, but it may not always be a pleasant one. They will teach you something about life or about yourself.
Interesting, isn’t it, how Stephenie Meyer named her vampires in the Twilight series of books, the Cullen Family? Hmm.