Re: [steiner] Steiner's astrological chart, Dr. Starman
- *******Well, Alan Leo called Rudolf Steiner a
> "Martian-Jupiterian type", apriest.
> judgement I quite concur with. Part warrior, part
> He has Jupiterlot out
> overhead in Leo, so he loved performing and got a
> of all his contactdifficulty
> with the theater. His Sun opposed Saturn meant
> with his father inrespect
> early life (which one can detect in his grudging
> for the tough oldtheir
> man in Steiner's autobiography) and difficulty with
> authority figures
> throughout life (and he certainly challenged them
> frequently enough, and
> often expressed his frustration at people misusing
> authority and atwas his
> others blindly following it). His Venus in Aquarius
> liking for'The brain
> finding bizarre ways to express a thought (e.g.,
> is animages
> elaborately-organized dung-heap') and being a bit
> revolutionary; his Mercury
> conjunct Neptune is found in logical interpreters of
> or symbols,The
> whether astrologers or those who teach art history.
> conjunction in Taurus is a deep knowledge of
> such as for B-DHouse
> agriculture and medicine especially (it's in the 6th
> of Health), butphysicians.
> only tapped into by reaching the deepest levels of
> consciousness. Saturn in
> the 10th House is often found in the charts of
> Uranus, planet ofT-Square in
> the unusual and upsets, is at the focus of a
> his 7th House,ones
> meaning unusual circumstances for marriages---sudden
> that end suddenlyHouse: that
> too. Also, he has the Moon in Libra in the 12th
> means he almostpartner.
> literally couldn't do anything without the right
> He didn't assertbut
> himself on others, like "This is what I want to do",
> instead he waitedOther
> till someone had a need and then he acted for the
> And with Scorpio rising I'd hate to have seen him
> My two cents....
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