Kevin McCarthy (January 26, 1965)
After two days, six votes and countless meetings, Kevin McCarthy is set to become the next Speaker of the House of Representatives in the United States. His motto, “I’m not going anywhere,” sounds true enough. But who in their right mind would allow this debacle to run this long?
That Uranus/Pluto conjunction in Virgo inconjunct the Aquarius Midheaven may be the reason he won’t back down nor give up.
Uranus Inconjunct Midheaven
When you feel rebellious and unwilling to accept anything you are told, you should be allowed, within reason, to have the experience that will help you understand your elders’ point of view. If you are lucky enough to have parents who let you do this, you will eventually get over your childhood resentment or being told what to do. Although you may not always agree with what they tell you, at least you will consider the merits of their ideas.
On the other hand, if your movements are restricted and you have few opportunities to experience yourself directly, you will become more resentful of authority and finally disregard whatever you are told, regardless of its merit. Later in life this attitude could make it extremely hard for you to hold down a job, because you will respond to bosses in the same way that you respond now to your parents and other grown-ups.
Pluto Inconjunct Midheaven
You may have trouble with older people who try to teach you how to effectively take control of your life. Even while you are young, you may resent their control over you and resist everything they are trying to teach you. To a great extent, your path in life will be shaped by your early confrontations with authority figures. Your parents would be well advised to give you as much control as possible over your own affairs and as much self-determination as you can handle. They should not try to keep an extremely tight rein on you, for if they do, you will explode and become very difficult to handle.
Uranus Conjunct Pluto (1965)
This aspect undoubtedly signifies a generation of children who will have very peaceful effects upon the rest of the culture, for they will be revolutionaries in the truest sense. They will be very eager and restless for change, but at the same time patient enough to learn how to really bring it about. They will undoubtedly have a very powerful impact on everyone in society.
Does that answer the question? I think so.
Not such an idle threat after all.
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