Walt Disney (December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966)
While discussing my upcoming post about Walt Disney, my wife said the words quoted above. At first I thought she was referencing ‘sweetness and light’, but she really intended ‘squeaky clean’. Yes, he definitely wasn’t all ‘bubble and squeak’.
The timing of this chart was already on my computer, with the note that it came from his birth certificate. I didn’t know they were that precise in Chicago in 1901. However, Walt thought he might have been adopted, and a 1st House Moon would seem to confirm that idea. There are three inconjuncts.
Mercury Inconjunct Midheaven
Recognize the tension within yourself and try to accept the fact that it exists. At the same time you should look for ways to resolve (the tension) by learning how to think what you want to think and still accomplish your objectives. Just make sure as you get older that you set your own objectives rather than fulfilling other people’s expectations for you. Otherwise the problem of tension could get worse, and you could wind up very confused.
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.
Venus Inconjunct Neptune
This aspect will work out with the fewest problems if you get a great deal of emotional support from your parents and other loved ones. 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 one 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.
Jupiter Inconjunct Pluto
You have a great deal of creative power, and the major challenge of your life will be learning how to handle it. You may have a natural talent for dominating others, but don’t fall in love with this talent and be motivated by it. You can be effective at influencing people only if you use your power to help others and yourself achieve desirable goals together. You must be an agent for betterment at all times, and even so you must listen to others’ ideas about betterment to be sure that you aren’t just seeking power in a more roundabout manner.
Even at best you will get a certain amount of resistance from others, because they will feel your energy and be afraid of your motives. Unless you show them that your motives are good and that you can be reasoned with, you will run into opponents who are more powerful than you, who will stop you and make your efforts futile.
And so say all of us.