Some people embody their birth chart brilliantly. The runner in the picture above is Paula Radcliffe, the fastest female marathoner of all time. She’s Sagittarius and in a darkly hilarious Saggo moment, made it into one of the ‘top ten most memorable live television moments’ by stopping to relieve herself mid-race. “Basically, I needed to go,” she said. But more seriously, she took up running to help with childhood ill health, including anemia and asthma.
Sun Trine Mars People Accelerate First, Navigate Later
Sun Conjunction North Node
They were born on an Eclipse or close to it. Their very conception may have had some weird fate theme around it. Sun conjunct North Node people naturally vibe the way they’re meant to be. Their persona and aspirations somehow signal some spooky good karma. If the North Node is like a beacon or a lighthouse of one’s true direction in ‘this life,’ these people have heat-seeking receptors inbuilt.
Sun Trine Mars
Sun Trine Mars (usually with a hefty dose of Saturn for long term focus and stamina) is seen in a lot of pro-athletes. Here you see the blessing of a well-channeled and beautifully expressed Mars Vibe: assertion, ambition, lust, and the desire to win. It can manifest as a hero/heroine, activist-whistleblower, and defender of the weak. They’ve got a gutsy, healthily competitive approach to life. They don’t back off from a challenge or indulge in self-pity but nor are they usually caustic.
Every Time They Go To Assert Themselves, There Is Uranus In Full Alien Regalia
Mars Opposition Uranus
One moment they’re visionary and aligned as fuq – the next moment Mars-Opposition-Uranus is arguing with a troll on social media. They’re provocative souls who embody Trickster energy. Sometimes they even channel it for a living, as in the case of the artist Banksy. See also Halsey, Marina Abramovic, Kanye West. Every time they go to assert themselves or to realize an ambition, there is Uranus in full alien regalia. When they try to pursue a goal that is too normal for them, it as if time flows backward and they cannot gain traction. They’re often really badly behaved in queues or any naff surroundings that they have to be in.
Image: Norman Jean Roy