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Donald Trump astrology. Trying the win and the phenomenon. Horoscope.
He’s a bully and a blowhard, he’s a narcissist to the enth degree, but he’s weirdly and wildly charismatic. He’s impervious and illusive and yet he holds court with this improvisational air, shape shifting into different things as he dreams them up. He’s that buffoon who we find ourselves cringing at yet secretively rooting for. After analyzing Donald Trump’s chart I realized that the GOP candidates really should be looking a bit deeper at what Donald Trump has to offer, and we’ll take a look at that. We’ll also take a look at how long this is likely to last.
Around his Meridian we have this intense Zeus-Kronos midpoint structure with Mars which indicates a really strong personality and someone who wants to be an authority figure. And with the Mercury right on that axis, someone who needs to communicate and have their viewpoints recognized.
But the Neptune here in this powerful three point picture turns Trump into a gas explosion that’s nearly always spewing, a perpetual vivid imagination that’s always envisaging potentials without which he finds life stifling and suffocating.
The trouble is this Hades/Sun midpoint structure. Hades which is the planet of the underworld has pulled the Sun here and this indicates serious self-esteem issues and defensive needs to prove the self. This is someone who unconsciously feels unrecognized and suppressed. So without a solid vessel to set that Neptunian sail we get the shell of the boat, a lot of puffin up and feigning, a lot of aggrandizement, because underneath is always this vague sense of inferiority combined with a fear of rejection, and this haunts him at every turn.
So perhaps this is the most fascinating piece of Donald Trumps chart and the most illuminating in terms of the seeming bedrock of his popularity, Mars and Pluto, two power planets, both ruled by Scorpio and needing to affirm their personal power and identity, but in this house that power is subjugated, unconscious. There’s a fear of really owning their greatness and so they keep displacing this fear onto whatever comes along. That Mars close to his Ascendant makes him very combative with every personal encounter. He looks to be dissed so he can confirm what he already believes himself to be, and if the dissing isn’t forthcoming he will gladly serve some up. He self-inflicts.
But here in the twelfth we aren’t only dealing with one’s personal unconscious but the collective unconscious as well. Mars in the twelfth house may be the one to act out all of the unexpressed anger of those around him. The battles he ends up fighting may not even be his own, and this is where Trump is hooked into the collective unconscious, the collective shadow.
As David Brooks writes;
"When Trump is striking populist chords, he appeals to people who experience an invisibility." He appeals to members of the alienated middle class who believe neither the rich nor the poor have to play by the same rules they do."
Brooks goes onto write;
“Never before have we experienced a moment with so much public alienation and so much private, assertive fragile self-esteem. Trump is the perfect confluence of these trends. He won't be president, but he's not an aberration. He is deeply rooted in the currents of our times."
So how long is Donald going to last? He’s definitely not disappearing just yet. So let’s go to his chart and dial ahead.
And what we find is the planet Uranus parking itself in a tight challenging aspect to his Meridian around late November into December of 2015. Uranus, the planet of revolution and change can mean sudden abrupt changes and happenings in the campaign, and the fact that it’s also tied in with a Neptune/Ascendant midpoint could mean for Trump “disappointing changes or losses” what it can also mean is that he leaves the GOP and runs as an independent. We’ll see!