Roy Rogers (November 5, 1911 – July 6, 1998)
I don’t have to say too much about this man for people my age. His birth chart is enough.
This time is considered excellent. The Moon and the North Node conjunction in Taurus is probably the basis of his immense popularity. But like all our heroes, he, too, had feet of clay: two inconjuncts.
Moon Inconjunct Venus
You need to be loved, even more than most people, particularly by your mother or another woman who takes the place of your mother. This need for love will be the force behind many of your actions. If you don’t find the love you are looking for, you will develop an insecure hunger for love from everyone you meet. However, you may express this in very strange ways, such as a desire for food, especially sweets, which unconsciously represent love to you.
Uranus Inconjunct Pluto (1892-1894 and 1911-1912)
This aspect indicates changes in the world of the people who were born at these times, changes that were difficult to understand because they were very revolutionary but subtle in many ways. The people born during the first period experienced the consequences of these changes through having to fight in the First World War. The second group reached maturity at the time of the Great Depression. Both the First World War and the Depression were expressions of the breakdown of the nineteenth-century world order that was dominated by Western Europe.
I would suggest that these two inconjuncts can help us understand what were the driving forces that shaped his quest for movie and TV stardom. Or, in another attempted pun, the Trigger (horse laugh, here.)