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Drew Barrymore

Saturday, February 22, 1975     11:51:00 AM
Culver City, CA
Time Zone: 8:00 (PST)
Longitude: 118º W 23' 44"
Latitude: 34º N 01'



Miracle Child Report


Nothing is quite like having a Chart done on a "one-to-one" basis, but this enormous electronic age has opened the way for anyone who is interested to have a closer look at this ancient science and benefit from its wisdom. It is hoped that the brief explanations throughout this analysis will help to explain the meanings and terminology of basic Astrology to give as much understanding as possible. The two most valuable things that we can give to any child are our unconditional love and our time. Every child is a miracle. Every life a gift.  


Planets in Signs and Houses


Sun in Pisces, Moon in Cancer

Both of these highly influential luminaries are in Water signs. Predominant water is mysterious and mystical. Without water we perish, but too much and we can drown. Our global waterways can be the epitome of tranquillity but can destroy our lives and our livelihood without warning. Water dominates our bodies and our planet - and yet we seldom give it a thought - until it is forced upon us. And this is Drew. This sensitive, gentle, shy and compassionate kid weaves a spell of anonymity that we can too readily take for granted. This placid little soul will quietly observe and absorb everything that is happening, just waiting to be appreciated. Drew is a bundle of sensitivity and emotion that ebbs and flows like the tide. These kids are moody. They "feel" everything; yet too often lack the confidence either to communicate what they feel or to act on their knowledge. This is why abundant water is associated with creativity as a form of expression, as a form of channeling feelings. These kids are often psychic sponges soaking up information from both the universe and life itself. They often simply "know" and get justifiably frustrated when they struggle to explain. They become afraid of ridicule and lose hope of being understood. The natural instinct is to reach out and help, to nurture and protect, but these tentative kids can struggle to accept the same in return. Still waters run very deep and, indeed, Drew will have immeasurable depths and inner strength that will surprise you. To toughen up this child it is necessary to grab the help of the other available elements. Earth will add practicality and objectivity in helping Drew put those feet on the ground and be productive. Fire will inject some confidence and some power into acting on the glorious ideals and visions that will fill the mind. And Air will add the ability to spit it out, to speak the words of wisdom that are there for the taking.

Drew has the Sun in Pisces and the Moon in Cancer, which will produce the most sensitive of children. This little one will pick up every vibration in the immediate environment and, probably, much further a-field too. Drew will always react on an emotional level and will be driven by the "feelings". The intuition that develops will be profound and it will be a common occurrence for Drew to simply "know" things. With this combination, it is almost inevitable that outside help will cross this child's path. As will have been mentioned in the separate interpretations of both the Pisces Sun and the Cancerian Moon, the intuitive awareness can be frightening for a little one. Powerful dreams and images can get out of hand, so always encourage Drew to discuss any fears or apprehensions. Also bear in mind that there is an incredible imagination, and Drew will not be against stretching the facts a little if it gets the right sort of attention. This complex little kid will need a lot of understanding and will crave lots of attention.  

Drew will be highly emotional and rather sulky. The feelings run deep and spill over very easily. It is at these times that the natural instinct is to scurry away from the problem until it goes away. These kids are so very subjective that they can think the whole world is against them. Training Drew to open up and discuss these feelings can be a challenge, but this needs to be addressed with patience, love and understanding. Be prepared for a child of many moods. The natal Cancerian Moon responds to all the changing phases of that bit of cheese in the sky, which can also create a few shadows and dark times. But Drew will be tougher than might seem obvious. This will be a determined child who is rather ambitious in a rather subtle way.

Drew will be popular for being rather gentle, but the steely determination is there, nonetheless. The tact and diplomacy employed will help the cause to no end - and this is all very genuine stuff. Drew does not want to make enemies or cause trouble.

This caring little soul will be a pleasure to have around when life is running smoothly. The arms, the heart and the soul will reach out to give as much as is humanly possible. The depth of compassion is immeasurable.


Drew combines the Moon in Cancer with a Gemini Ascendant.

These kids need to feel included and important within the family circle. They take being part of the family very seriously and the maternal figure will have a big role to play. Drew badly needs to know that this person is on hand to discuss any problems that crop up and that Drew is trusted enough to be confided in. The child with the Moon in Cancer does tend to carry the blueprint of the formative years right through life. So a good start is imperative.  

The Moon in Cancer stabilizes the restlessness of the Gemini Ascendant, helping the memory and the concentration. Drew should be a clever student, taking learning very seriously. Make sure heaps of praise are piled on for good efforts. This child craves attention, especially from loved ones. A lot of the "moods" here will relate to an attention thing. Drew feels deeply and is highly intuitive - so lean towards positive attention.

The Cancerian Moon Mom can be the sort of person who is rather dependent, perhaps one who is nursing hurts and disappointments, and so Drew soon learns to tread lightly. These kids accept a rather maternal attitude themselves, and very early slip into the role of "looking out" for Mother, and others. But resentments can build because this sensitive kid wants to be on the receiving end of nurturing nourishment too. Cancer is the sign that rules the Moon, which makes this a powerful influence. Deep feelings, mood swings and an intrinsic perception is all part of the Cancerian Moonchild, perhaps emphasized by the early inter-role playing that is a part of the early environment.  


Gemini Ascendant  

The Ascendant is the exact degree in the zodiac, which was rising on the horizon at the time of birth. The term Ascendant and Rising sign are the same. Every 4 minutes the degree of the Ascendant changes. This is why it is so important to know the exact time of birth. This is the starting point of the astrological wheel and defines the signs on each house cusp in an anti-clockwise direction. The actual houses and their meanings are just as important as the signs on the cusp. The sign of the Ascendant is as important as the Sun sign, and its effects are often more obvious to other people. The Ascendant represents how the personality appears to others. Each sign has its own potential strengths, which should be developed, and weaknesses, which should be minimized through understanding. Drew may run into problems if the rising sign is quite different in nature from the Sun sign. There will be conflict between an element of the inner self and the projected image. So, if any recurring social problems do occur, it is necessary to look within. The Ascendant in the chart is very important. It indicates the ways in which we interact with the world around us, the energies we put out, and the energies we receive from others. Aspects to the Ascendant indicate what kinds of interaction we experience with others, the impressions we make on people, and the areas of our life that most involve other people. Often these aspects tell us about ourselves.

Drew has the Ascendant or the Rising sign in Gemini. This is a bright sparkling personality - with plenty of wit and a very expressive nature. These kids love to be around people and have people around them. They are friendly, adaptable and good conversationalists. Drew will have quite special skills in all forms of communication. These kids are mentally alert. While outwardly there is the show of heaps of confidence this often is not the case. These kids can actually be quite nervy and temperamental for seemingly little reason. Bear this in mind, and try to see beyond the surface of this entertaining child.

Drew will be happiest when doing new things. There will be real need to be involved with as many projects as possible. These kids just like being busy. But, like all kids, Drew will need plenty of rest. It can be a mission getting these kids to slow down, let alone stop! Story-time can be a good wind-down for them. But to keep from getting over-tired, Drew must be coaxed into having a nap and learning to switch off.  

Gemini is the sign of the twins. The duality shows the personality as swinging from the friendly, fun-loving person to the moody temperamental person. One minute these kids will want to be the life and soul of the party and then the next minute will "switch off" completely. The attitudes will swing from hot and cold on opinions, ideas, and ideals without explanation. This is the hallmark of the Gemini personality. A Gemini Ascendant can outwit, out smart and out talk most people. Drew will be great at debate, and interesting with it. Often the Gemini character becomes a great collector of trivia and useless information. This can be the intellectual jack-of- all-trades, but extremely entertaining company to be with.  

This very active person likes to get around. Drew will want to get out and meet new people. This child will want to taste as many different experiences as possible. Because they are so restless, Drew will find it difficult to stay in one place for any length of time. If these kids have to be confined, as in school, they begin to feel restless. It is hard for them to keep their mind focused for too long on any one subject. In general, they do not stay with one project for very long. They prefer activities that do not demand persistence. Drew wants to cover every single topic there is. However, with this quick mind, Drew can learn a lot despite a lack of persistence.

These kids like to chatter. In fact, they may have difficulty keeping quiet even when they are supposed to. Instead of just sitting back and passively listening, Drew will want to be actively engaged. Sometimes this takes the form of a writing ability or a fondness for books. Anything that keeps the mind going will be attractive. Sometimes Gemini rising indicates ability in such fields as journalism, editing, communications or the mass media. It can also be an indication of considerable ability with the hands - or, perhaps, the more technical, scientific or mathematical area.  

One of the virtues of this sign is that this child will never really grow old. They will always look younger than they are, which may be a bother when they are young, but they are bound to appreciate this when they do get older. Even more important, Drew will always be open to new ideas and experiences. This person will never grow old mentally either. They will want to be up with the play and current trends.

It is highly likely that the home environment will be altogether too well organized for this child to cope with. They may feel that they could never measure up to the standards of perfection and the goals that the Mother figure sets. So, they probably will not even try. This could be why the Gemini Ascendant is such a good talker. They will prove themselves in the "theory" department. They could feel that their personal results in the practical side of things would leave a lot of room for dreaded criticism. So, they prove themselves by way of explanation rather than example. Drew may feel swamped in the area of the emotional and the sensitive too. These kids can feel totally inadequate. They can try to avoid "the emotional", as they do not deal with this sort of stuff all that well. This child will prefer to change the subject and talk some more - i.e., do more of what they do best.

The Ruling planet in this Chart for Drew is Mercury - the ruler of Gemini. Pay careful attention to this chatty and intelligent little planet, as this will be a very strong part of the personality. The House in which Mercury falls will be an indication of where these great communicative abilities will be utilized.


Sun in Pisces

The Sun in the Chart is our personal light. It is our vitality, our creativity, and our basic ego. It is the Sun that provokes and promotes emotional security. The Sun represents our individuality. Within the Sun sign is our reason for being, our sense of pride, and our confidence. This is the basis of the search for the real person within. The sign occupied by the Sun at birth describes the nature of these basic drives and patterns. It describes the desire to be important to the people that matter and the ability to be independent and self-reliant. It will give us an indication of the methods used to develop psychologically. The House will describe the areas of life that will be important and play a major role in our lives. It is here that we have the tools and the gifts to use as they were intended. But we may have to learn some vital lessons before this happens. Much more is revealed by the aspects to the Sun. Positive aspects (trines, conjunctions or sextiles) are good indicators of self-reliance, confidence and the ability to stand on one's own two feet. The difficult aspects (squares, oppositions, and inconjunctions) will suggest psychological problems which can have a profound effect on life. However, learning to deal with these difficulties ultimately produces strength and understanding of the self. The rewards of working through these problems are great. The efforts will be productive. Sure, work is needed, but it is worth the effort. However, whenever the planet, Saturn, brushes up against the Sun, it will suppress and depress the energy of the most exuberant Sun sign. The Sun is the "self", the "life path", the "true" personality behind all the facades and defenses we all put up. The child will start to grow into the Sun sign during adolescence which can be another reason why these years can be so dramatic and traumatic - this is just another set of growing pains that we all have to endure. The actual Sun sign is often not fully developed until nearer 30 years of age, but the inner spirit will emerge and glimpses will be seen throughout the growing years.  

Drew has the Sun in Pisces. The Pisces child is sensitive and idealistic. They are "tuned in" to the environment and aware of everything happening around them. They will pick up a bad atmosphere in an instant and literally "feel" any bad vibes or bad feelings. This is the "dreamer" of the Zodiac - creative, imaginative and often a bit mystical with many "friends" around them that only they can see. But some discipline is needed to keep these little dreamers on track. These kids need their space to collect their thoughts but must be drawn back into the real world if they go too far or for too long.

The Pisces child can be temperamental and emotional. In times of stress, they can close off completely. They are so very sensitive and very easily hurt but do need to be taught that a bit of reality is vital to their emotional well-being. These kids are usually rather shy and should not be forced into being what they are not. But make sure the shyness is not total insecurity and a total lack of confidence. Make these gentle kids feel good within and proud of just who they are. It is too easy for them to try too hard to please and so stifle their own personality. Try to make a big deal out of the natural generosity and kindness and help make Drew feel proud. The world needs these sensitive kids.

Drew will be kind, and loving but easily influenced by others and very easily led. There can be a difficulty being able to say, "No." These kids are often as fond of animals as they are of the human race. They just love to "care" and to "take care of", but these little people need lots of love and encouragement back as well. They may need to learn to accept the love and warmth that they are so fond of giving. The true Piscean character can slip into the role of the self-imposed martyr which would be a great waste of the sensitivity that is here.

These kids can be very artistic and creative with such a powerful imagination. It would be a shame not to nurture these talents which might not always be obvious. The Pisces child will seldom demand anything - even attention.  

If there are lots of planets in the sign before or after Pisces (Aries or Aquarius), this little one will be a lot tougher and far more out-going.


Sun in the Tenth House

10th House: This House points to the dominant parent. That parent's attitude, expectations, and ambitions for the child are reflected here. Here is an indication of how the child deals with responsibility and with authority. An ambition to "be someone" or to be recognized in this life is associated with the powerful 10th House. The sweet smell and taste for power and success emerges from this very zenith of the natal chart.  

The Sun in the Tenth House is powerful, no matter what. Success will come if the right training or direction is given. Drew will have some big ideas and will work very well independently. It is likely that there could be difficulty actually working with others as this little character will have its own ideas, not being especially interested in listening to anyone else. This person wants to get somewhere, has ambition, and wants to be in control of their own fate.

However as a child, this ambition and determination can cause a few problems. These kids are pretty pumped up and can clash quite badly with those in authority. They will question and talk back knowing that simply accepting everything is not opening up the brain enough. Teachers and the likes may not see it that way. It can be taken as a seeming lack of respect, so discipline in learning to "button up" at times will make life easier for Drew in the long run.

The Sun in the Tenth House points to a powerful relationship with the Father (or authoritative person). This particular figure can teach Drew so much. If it happens that the natural father is not around, another adult will be important in a fatherly way and will be a great influence. But whoever, there will be arguments from time to time. This child will disagree and try to rebel. But the mutual respect will be very important and it will be there, although the "Father" could question that at times.  

Initially, this child can perhaps leap into the wrong career, but it will be experience and nothing will be lost. The Tenth House Sun often suggests fame and honor or sometimes scandal. No matter, this position is one that suggests Drew will be noticed. With maturity, the ambition and the determination will win respect. It could be on a small scale, perhaps just on the local scene, but this child will lead by example and be quite inspirational. Few with this elevated Sun remain obscure.


Moon in Cancer

The Moon is our instinctive, emotional response. It is the innermost feelings and sensitivities that stem from the subconscious. Our Moon will always be our natural reaction when our defenses are down. The Moon reflects our early conditioning, our habits, and the automatic responses that come from our early environment. Often all of this relates directly to the "Mother" figure. It is perhaps the "child" in all of us. In reading a child's chart, the Moon, in the house, the sign and the aspects, needs to be given special understanding. These are the indications on where Drew could need special attention very early, to cope with feelings of insecurity, lack of confidence, or a low self-esteem. Recognizing these needs, and working through them, will help to produce a secure and confident adult. The Moon often reflects the "Mother figure" in our lives, which is consequently why the Moon figures so strongly in a child's chart. The placement of the Moon often describes the relationship with the Mother, which is why the "Mother" is mentioned in many areas of the Moon explanations. The Moon sign is the more noticeable personality trait in the formative years. We tend to "grow into our Sun sign as we develop and become the person we were meant to be. The Moon in the Chart signifies the unconscious attitudes and feelings and whether or not we feel supported and accepted. It is also the accumulated attitude reflected by our own past and the historical past. The Moon will echo values and instincts that are picked up from our early environmental experiences. This luminary is the most important factor after the influences of the Sun and the Ascendant. It describes how we express our emotions and how well we deal with them. In some cases, the ever-important Sun can put up some defenses against the Moon. When very different, we can struggle to assimilate our emotions and our reason. Like the other planets, the Moon has strong and weak points in any sign, and we should try to develop the strong points. If the Moon is in compatible company, we will express our emotions very easily and we will be sensitive to other people's needs and feelings. With competition, the Moon can mean that there can be difficulty letting our feelings flow. The Moon and the Ascendant can be of an awkward mix, making the projected personality, and how we actually feel inside, quite different. But, this is all a part of the character and we are well able to bind the differences and round off the disposition. The Moon and the emotional problems it produces can sound negative but this is not so. This is a beautiful and fundamental part of our deepest psyche that we must all accept and use to its fullest advantage.

Drew has the Moon in the sign of Cancer, so this is very much a "Moon child". This is the natural sign for the Moon. These kids are very sensitive and very emotional. They pick up all sorts of vibes and, unfortunately, more than readily take the blame for any discord. They naturally think that if anything goes wrong, it was "their fault". It is most important that this little one be reassured. They have to be taught that they do not have to carry the burdens of the world on their shoulders. They have to learn to let other people be responsible for themselves. From a young age, explain what is going on in any tense situation. Make sure that this touchy kid knows that it is not their problem, and that life does have a few bad times. Get them to tell you how they feel, to express their thoughts - and reasoning, and then teach them to let bad times pass. This particular Moon has a good memory, which is a great asset, but it does mean that unnecessary baggage can be kept alive and well for too long.

These children are very loving and affectionate with strong nurturing and protective instincts. They will probably start bringing home waifs and strays quite early because they love to protect those that they think have a raw deal. This little one will probably love to play "house", grabbing the role of Mother or Father, and will have their own views of how they think the "house" should be run too. Having friends play at their house is very important to these kids because they love their home more than most and like to show off their own environment. There is the reassurance that nothing will change in their absence too. You may notice that Drew is a good mimic, especially when it comes to sounds. These kids will "copy" how their favorite people do things too.

This little one can throw a sulk like no one else, and can keep it up for just as long as they like. Personal criticism will hurt Drew very deeply, so at these times when it is necessary to chide, or to be critical, take care to aim at the actions, not the child personally. Try not to inflict blame or guilt - head for responsibility.  

Drew will become very attached to ideas, objects and people and will only move on, change, or grow, when quite ready. These kids can be hoarders. They will hide their treats away in a secret place to make them last longer. These kids can be rather secretive in many ways.

This definitely is a Moonchild. The moods will be up and down, and in and out, just like the phases of the Moon. Sometimes these kids are so "full on" they are dazzling. The next minute, they duck behind a cloud, and will not even give a clue, as to where they are, or why. This child is not weak or fragile. In fact, these types are very powerful in their own way. Just like the Moon that controls nature in such a subtle way, we often do not even notice.


Moon in the Second House

2nd House: This House is about values and possessions. It is the "my things" attitude. It is where nourishment is needed to feel confident and secure. This House is about experiencing the sensual fundamentals in order to feel fulfilled and loved. This House puts a real value on tangible assets and it is where real fears are born with respect to deprivation. It is also where we learn to provide for ourselves if we must. It is where we discover our "comfort zone".

With the Moon in the second house, Drew badly needs to learn to feel emotionally secure. These kids will tend to gauge how good they feel by personal possessions. The more "things" that they own, the greater the sense of security, so consequently they tend to have difficulty parting with anything. Drew will almost get emotionally involved with personal possessions. If these children are not guided into understanding and accepting that real security comes from within, they can become very selfish. These kids need to know that they are loved anyway, for themselves, not for what they own. This lesson will be valuable for Drew in adulthood because, if the theory becomes stuck that "money maketh" the man, there will be a struggle in the areas of finance. This little character could become the classic shopaholic. Or, these types can go swinging from frugal to fanciful, and create their deepest fears - poverty. Underneath, these people do have good sound sense in financial matters. They can make wise decisions. They can juggle the budget very well, but they must look outside of the monetary values for self-confidence.

Similar lessons are needed within friendships too, as Drew can be too possessive. Let this little one see that even if they give friends some breathing space - those friends will come back - because they want to. Drew does have to learn that ownership is not related to personal security. 

These kids will learn to be especially shrewd and acquisitive because the emotional comfort, in general, is dependent on material comfort. Later in life, insecurity is amplified when any problems with finances are experienced, which can have a strong impact on domestic affairs. So, it is important that Drew learn that self-esteem and self worth come from within. Once this set of beliefs has been instilled as a fact of life, a sense of security and feeling safe will be there forever.


Mercury in Aquarius

The little planet Mercury is the mythical Messenger of the Gods. This planet is never far away from the Sun, often falling in the same sign at the time of birth, so it does tend to add emphasis to our Sun Sign. Even when Mercury is in the sign before or after the Sun, this is always considered a very personal planet. Through Mercury, we learn all the basics in life. It indicates how we communicate, because it is here where we begin to watch and copy the rest of the family. This is the very beginning of questions and curiosity that fires up and fuels the learning process. From that point, we move on to recognizing the senses, and so our personal tastes and style develops. We learn how to exchange ideas and show how clever we are. We start to question and analyze. We learn to reason and classify what we have absorbed and then stretch for more information. Mercury is our first experience of moving out into the world beyond the back yard, armed with all that we have learned. Through this planet, our flexibility and dexterity is revealed. This planet covers the intellectual stimuli but it also has a say in how clever we are with our hands and how well balanced we are physically. Mercury is also associated with the nervous system. This is a busy little planet at the best of times, and responsible for a big part of our intrinsic character. When put under too much pressure, the nervous system buckles. Mercury is indicative of our sense of humor, the body language we exude, and our powers of expression. This is the planet of logic and reason. So, Mercury is indeed a very important planet. It might be tiny, but it is very potent.

Drew has the Planet Mercury in the sign of Aquarius. These children are quick thinkers, their ideas are original, but they are stubborn. They come up with some unique thoughts but once a notion or opinion is fixed in their mind, they hold on to it adamantly. Their mind is clever, detached, and abstract, and often ideas seem to come through as bursts of insights rather than through careful calculations. These kids do like to air their views, and will gladly spend all the time in the world explaining the basis of these complicated theories.

Drew will always reach towards topics and interests that are unusual to say the least. A lot of thought and energy can be put into being unconventional. This can become a bit of a game, and you can observe this expressive little one trying to impress by being as far-out as possible - just for a reaction.

Drew will only give respect where they thing respect is due. In other words, a few brushes with the establishment from time to time should be expected. There is little fear of authority and these kids do not tolerate fools gladly at any time. However, there is no nastiness intended here. Drew simply has difficulty tolerating shallow silliness. There will actually be a genuine push for equality and fair play. This child might be able to switch off while in company with someone that does not hit the amusement button, but will seldom treat others badly.

Drew will get far more out of an open learning environment where intellectual stimulation is encouraged rather than frowned upon. These children can easily use their senior school years to become an out and out rebel if they are constantly up against standards that they do not accept. They will use all their energy fighting a cause rather than using their very good brain. The intellect will be tuned in to computer games, electronics, modern music, and the latest trends.

The mind here is objective and clear. The emotions will not be allowed to influence the logical. In fact, Drew can find it difficult being exposed to too much emotional. Mercury is not an emotional planet and Aquarius is not an emotional sign, so Drew will run on pure logic much of the time. There is the ability to be an entertaining talker who seems to be very social but remains aloof. There will be a strong intuition, which helps to develop an excellent judge of character.


Mercury in the Ninth House  

9th House: This House reflects the influence and the encouragement from teachers, like report cards, recognition of ability - or lack of needed encouragement and advice. This House is about the development of self-esteem. It is about seeking and sharing knowledge. It is about developing skills and setting goals. It is about expanding on what today offers and taking it into the future.

This child with Mercury in the 9th House will have a fascination with the big wide world. There will be a natural interest for all the different people, different cultures, and different places. These children simply "think big." Because of this, Drew will be a keen student with a natural love of learning. There will be a curiosity and inquisitiveness in a variety of subjects.

However, these youngsters can be quite selective in where they place their energy. They throw themselves in whole-heartedly when they are interested, but get very bored and disruptive if they are forced into applying themselves to a topic that they do not like. Often the scientific subjects will appeal more than the creative, or abstract arts during childhood, but with maturity, their interests will have no boundaries.

Drew will learn to be very proud of all the knowledge that has been gained and will like nothing better than passing on and sharing these experiences of learning. Mercury in this house indicates special teaching ability because there will be such a colorful and expressive approach that others want to listen to.

As they grow, there could well be a magnet drawing these young people to want to travel all over the globe and see everything that there is to see. These adventures can also become a way of earning a living later in life. This interest could also lead to other professions that "help" others, i.e., law, medicine, or even philosophy. Equally, Drew could use the exceptional expressive skills and turn to writing. Communicating their ideas in any way is what will do it for this person, and will play a large role in their life.


Venus in Pisces

Venus is the planet of love. This tiny planet is responsible for the stirring of the soft and sensual pleasures of nature. Venus opens the doors of appreciation to beauty, harmony, creativity, and of course, love, and affection. Venus arouses and stimulates our senses. Venus is important because it shows how youngsters interact. It is where children learn to share and give. Venus shows how Drew attracts love and attention and also what and who Drew is attracted to. This planet will indicate whether the basic nature is warm and affectionate or whether there is some reserve attached. Venus is also about our creature comforts and possessions - what we need in life to feel good. Venus indicates our creativity and artistic talents and the ability to appreciate beauty. Good, bad, or unusual taste will be seen through Venus. The house that Venus is in indicates the area in which artistic talent is expressed. This is where the expressions of sensual understanding will be valid and utilized. It can also suggest where Drew may need special attention and nourishment, in order to learn how to interact with others. For future reference, Venus in the signs, houses and aspects will be quite revealing about relationships with the opposite sex and matters of the heart.

With Venus, the planet of love and comfort, in the sensitive sign of Pisces, Drew will be a quiet, almost mystical child. These children are drawn to pretty colors and shapes - the clouds, the sky and the Moon will fascinate. The burning fire in the hearth will conjure up all sorts of pictures for Drew. The likes of the wind whistling and the rain falling will be music to this deep and sensitive child. There will be a love of glossy books with pretty pictures. Romantic and magical stories that appeal to the imagination will be a real source of pleasure. The world of fantasy can be far more exciting to this child than the real world. If this wonderful imagination is encouraged, it can be very useful in creative, artistic work later, but if this child slips into the world of fantasy to escape, then you should ask why. Coax Drew into sharing those beautiful visions. This will be a most unselfish child who will give all that they have materially or spiritually to anyone whom they think is in need. But, Drew must also learn how to accept the same in return. Often giving comes easily, but receiving can be a hard one to master.

Drew will be deeply sensitive, very compassionate, and very idealistic. There will never be any trouble establishing a relationship, but there will be a strong need to be loved and understood which can often result in disappointment. Equally, later in life, these children can attract a partner who is too dependent. This can often drain the precious personal vitality quite badly. Drew will tend to attract the underdog. The fine intuition and the strong compassion that Drew has will be easily recognized. The enormous capacity to "give" will be a strong signal. The 'weaker' soul will trust this and be drawn to the inner strength. Unfortunately, when under pressure, Drew will tend to suffer in silence, keeping personal problems close to the chest. Drew should be taught and encouraged to share problems.

Drew is likely to be quite psychic.


Venus in the Tenth House

10th House: This House points to the dominant parent. That parent's attitude, expectations, and ambitions for the child are reflected here. Here is an indication of how the child deals with responsibility and with authority. An ambition to "be someone" or to be recognized in this life is associated with the powerful 10th House. The sweet smell and taste for power and success emerges from this very zenith of the natal chart.

Drew has Venus in the 10th House, so will definitely be ambitious and quite serious. These children will always seem to be very mature for their age. They are diligent and will work hard to get results, but they do need recognition for achievements. In fact, that recognition is often their greatest motivation. A lot of the effort will be to impress the powers that be, and if this vital recognition is not forthcoming, Drew will feel crushed.  

Venus in this house does suggest a positive and strong relationship with the paternal role model. This influence will be constructive and warm and a very necessary part of the ultimate development. Through this important person, these children learn to see the world through optimistic eyes. They see it as a place where they can live and enjoy themselves with confidence, rather than as a rat race that has to be overcome. But, to enjoy the benefits of this sort of attitude does depend a whole lot on the parental support during the important formative years. If this is missing, Drew could suffer very badly throughout childhood.  

With maturity, Drew will probably be attracted to sophisticated entertainment - like the arts for example. The actual career could well involve working with people in a diplomatic, or counseling type capacity. Drew will probably be interested in the world at large rather than just the local environment. This child should definitely succeed and climb the social ladder with ease. As Drew reaches adulthood, the word 'sophisticated' will become the apparent word to describe this young person. Venus in the 10th House often indicates a person with a good voice, who either speaks beautifully or perhaps has singing ability. The mode of expression will be descriptive and motivating.


Mars in Capricorn

Mars is essentially the "I am" in us. It is the "I -me -and -mine" - the basic, subjective ego. It is our energy, our initiative, and our drive. It is our aggression, our temperament, and our passion. Mars is the physical side of our psyche. A strong Mars makes for great sports people because they will be competitive with a real desire to win. Later in life, Mars indicates our sex drive. This is a fiery little planet, so a strong Mars is a "fiery" little person who runs on high octane - one who will never know when to stop. The "water signs" can dilute this energy somewhat, or can perhaps drive the passion inward. The "fire" will then not be so obvious. However, once we get the hang of our Mars sign, it is an important part of us. It is the fuel on which we run.

For a young person, these children with Mars in Capricorn are mature and responsible. Drew will accept rules and regulations easily because they have a natural discipline. Drew will be quite ambitious and there will be a willingness to work very hard for something important. This child is practical, rather than idealistic. Drew will like to work for results and in turn will certainly look for results. Success is very important and Drew will look for recognition for personal efforts. Even as a little one, this child will need to be respected and taken seriously. They need to be given credit when it is due. These youngsters may seem very able and capable but they do need encouragement and praise. Without this recognition, they can actually become quite withdrawn.  

Drew is likely to start planning career options quite young and so preparations for this future will start at an early age. Often these children only head for subjects at school that they consider "useful" and they often measure success in terms of prestige and wealth. Drew can be a bit of a snob, which can sometimes limit the perspective.  

During the teenage years, Drew will take the awakening of the hormones with relative ease. This is the type of adolescent that might not seem very interested in the opposite sex until - WHAMO - the love bug hits! Then don't be surprised if Drew makes the right choice first time out of the blocks.

Drew will not be particularly attracted to outdoor sports, preferring the intellectual type game pursuits. These children are not really aggressive but will stand tall for a cause and are not afraid to speak out. But Drew will need to have very strong convictions before getting involved.

Drew may need to be encouraged to relax, to take some down time. These children sometimes need to be encouraged to have a bit of fun. All work and no play can make for a dull little person. But their tenacity can also become one the attributes of a successful adult.


Mars in the Eighth House

8th House: This House is about the parents' values and the provisions that they make. Look here for psychological input from the parents. It is about secrets, subliminal learning and deep changes. Lessons from this House lead to profound understandings often brought about by inevitable change. It is the stirrings of new beginnings and the ashes of the past.

Drew has Mars in the 8th house. These children will always be noticed in a crowd. Both deep strength and energy will be easily recognized. Drew will be quite intense and seem to be quite domineering. This child is black and white with no gray areas. They may seem as though they have accepted defeat but they never will. This youngster will never give up.

Drew will be a real specialist at getting things done. These kids like nothing better than solving problems that require some digging. They will be very inquisitive. They will want to know all the ins and outs. But they could keep their own ideas and thoughts to themselves because they can be quite secretive. This child does have great scientific ability that can lead to pure success in adulthood.  

Drew will be slow to anger - but when this youngster (or older) is crossed, they will not forget. In many ways, these people, without intending to, emit power that others may almost fear at times. The tendency is to silently smolder, creating a dark and heavy atmosphere. These children have such strong desires. It will be very difficult for anyone to stop them from doing something that they have decided on. And if they do want something, they will do everything in their power to get it. This often leads to conflict.

It can be difficult for Drew to share anything, because these kids will feel that they are losing it totally. They can also have a problem knowing what is theirs and what is not. This could lead to a case of "what's mine is mine and what's yours is mine" sort of thing. This may result in arguments between this child and other members of the family over who owns what. This can continue to carry on into adulthood if it is not addressed early on.

Drew will do everything with great intensity, which should be an advantage most of the time. But these kids can drive themselves too hard physically. This can be a problem when they are older. Drew does need to learn to understand "moderation" while young enough to be trained.


Jupiter in Pisces  

Jupiter is a slower moving planet that stays in the same sign for about a year. Its sign has a direct personal effect only when it is in close aspect to the Ascendant or Midheaven, or forms a strong aspect with one of the personal planets. Jupiter is the planet of expansion, growth, and often, luck. The house position of Jupiter relates to areas of life in which we will want to grow. It shows the area in which we are likely to think positively and optimistically. In a general sense, things work well for us in the house that Jupiter occupies. The keyword for Jupiter is expansion. That can be physically, mentally, or spiritually. Jupiter's position can relate to the expansion of assets relating to financial freedom, or perhaps, even, weight.

Drew has Jupiter in Pisces. This child is a real idealist. There will be beautiful dreams and a great sense of fantasy. Drew would like everything to be perfect and glorious, often going in search of Utopia without even knowing it. And then become bitterly disappointed when reality does not live up to expectations.

Drew is a little romantic who will be the eternal optimist. There will be an attraction to the mystical. These kids are gentle and compassionate. They will love to help and will tend to put the interests of others first. This can cause a few problems because these kids are usually on a very deep personal search themselves. They will have to learn to take some personal time and space, and not feel guilty, not feel like a martyr, because this child can easily slip into this role and resent it. Much as they will always love to "give", they must learn to give of themselves only what they actually feel good about giving, and not feel under any obligation to give and not know how to receive in return. This is the sign of the Good Samaritan. With maturity Drew will develop a strong spiritual awareness although may not subscribe to orthodox views.

Even as children these kids will need to go off alone now and then and wallow in their thoughts. The pace of the everyday world can be confusing. In private, Drew can have some of the most important experiences and personal growth spurts. These are visionary and intuitive people who also have a strong need to find their own path in life. They will be looking for answers and for truth. Drew will not be particularly materialistic and may not be particularly ambitious in the general sense of the word.


Jupiter in the Tenth House

10th House: This House points to the dominant parent. That parent's attitude, expectations, and ambitions for the child are reflected here. Here is an indication of how the child deals with responsibility and with authority. An ambition to "be someone" or to be recognized in this life is associated with the powerful 10th House. The sweet smell and taste for power and success emerges from this very zenith of the natal chart.

Jupiter in the Tenth House is quite a fortunate sign. Drew will be focused on success and will strive to win and to be noticed. This child will display exemplary behavior that will attract support and respect. They follow the rules and will take time to understand those rules fully. There could be a few arguments if Drew disagrees with the rules that are set down, but generally, there is a natural respect for the establishment. Very early in life this child will have an eye on where they want to go. They will want to achieve something that is significant. But as this person gets older, they will especially want their life to deal with matters that concern the bigger issues. Many people with this placement are attracted to careers like social reform, justice, higher consciousness, healing, and religion. There will be a strong sense of responsibility.  

Usually Jupiter in the 10th House indicates considerable professional success later in life, especially if Jupiter is otherwise well placed. The reason for the future success of this child is that one or both of their parents have instilled a basic confidence. These children fully accept that they can do well. Nothing puts them off. They think positive. However, if they are not kept in line then they can also be a bit pompous and self-righteous. But more often, there will be a congenial manner and an unusually far-sighted person. They will pave their own way and make few enemies.


Saturn in Cancer  

There are always two sides of Saturn - what is, and what can be. Saturn stays in the same sign for approximately two and a half years, so all of the children born around the same time as Drew will show the same characteristics. Saturn in the sign is therefore personal only when forming one or more aspect(s) with the personal planets, the Ascendant, or the Midheaven. Read these aspects thoroughly to be more aware of Saturn and what it has to teach this child. Saturn is all about progress, but it is the slow and sure progress - nothing happens quickly with this rather severe planet. This is where we learn the art of survival. Saturn makes us stop, look, and listen and not go rushing in. This is where we come up against brick walls, where we have to review the lessons learned and modify the next move. Saturn makes us accept responsibility, accept a challenge, and move forward. Saturn is the reason behind many of our fears, our sense of guilt and our sense of failure, but, again, when we beat these obstacles, we are so much wiser and stronger. The House in which Saturn falls signifies the areas where life can be tough. Nothing seems to come easily, and yet the prospects are of significance. This is the area where our fears will have to be addressed, and where our confidence will need to be lifted. Discipline and patience will be badly needed here in order for us to gain control. It is where we must stop and think, but ultimately we learn from Saturn - he is a great teacher. Saturn is often related to the father figure, or the "authority" figure that influences Drew. Difficult aspects with Saturn often indicate problems in this area. Saturn often sounds rather negative which is not accurate. Consider Saturn as a hurdle that is there to be conquered - not as an obstacle to fear.

Drew has the planet, Saturn, in the sensitive sign of Cancer. The sensitivity is often even deeper than usual here. There needs to be a whole lot of emotional security invested. This little one needs a solid family base and a home that feels safe and secure. Drew will be almost terrified of major change or perhaps of being abandoned for some reason. These kids need someone to turn to who is always available and ready to listen and reassure this nervous kid. It is especially important that these kids know they are loved and supported unconditionally. Otherwise, a very deep- rooted insecurity will come through. Drew can find it impossible to trust anyone at all. The natural reaction will be to clam up and not say a word, never exposing those deep hurts and fears. You can have a brick wall. This little one can feign illness for attention and will actually become quite ill in the process.

Home and family weigh heavily on this child. Later in life, many of these kids will give up personal opportunities to respect obligations to the family in some way. Family is both a bond and a burden. This child actually yearns to nurture - but will also yearn to be nurtured as well.

Often, there is a lack of closeness and warmth within the family. Positive interaction between Drew and the parents can be lacking. This little person does love these parents very much but has a whole lot of difficulty showing these feelings, especially if the environment is not naturally warm and affectionate. But often this sensitive kid simply needs more than is possible in the circumstances anyway.


Saturn in the First House

1st House: This powerful House is essentially the outward expression and obvious character traits. It represents the "I, me, and mine" - the ego and the subjective - the "I want" attitude. This House also shows the "I can do" attitude. This is about spontaneous openness, and the inherent qualities that drive the personality.

With Saturn in the first house, Drew will show shyness or even an inferiority which can stem from feeling unloved - or perhaps being expected to take on more than a fair share of responsibility at a tender age. This could be an eldest child perhaps. But often these kids can feel robbed of a childhood for some reason. This is usually an old head on a young shoulder. Childhood can actually be quite a lonely time.

Often the parent(s) will go through hard times that will take a toll on everyone. However, through adversity comes the ability to gain a solid sense of what is important. During childhood, Drew will respond to chores and a certain amount of responsibility. These kids like to feel useful, but take care this is not overdone.

Later in life, these people are highly disciplined and will be able to achieve a whole lot more than many others with the same chances. But, they will be prone to depression until they come to terms with earlier circumstances that were out of anyone's control. This is not an easy place for Saturn - life will seem like and obstacle race at times. These kids will wonder why they cannot be in the right place at the right time now and again.

A big bonus though is that as an adult, these people age rather slowly. They hold their age well and often enjoy their later years a whole lot more than they do their childhood years. True self-respect, self esteem and success may be a long time coming - but it will come to Drew.


Uranus in the Fifth House

5th House: Creativity, having fun, playing with, and mixing with others - the essential social interaction. This is the house of developing life skills that involve contact with company. This house is about developing the skills to become popular, confident, and socially accepted. This house also relates strongly with children.

Drew has the unpredictable planet Uranus in the Fifth House. This is a child who will want to be as unusual and as different as possible. Many of their tastes will be unconventional - in the friends that they choose, the clothing that they prefer, and the activities that give the biggest buzz. They can be reckless and attracted to some rather unusual hobbies or pastimes. These children love excitement and will head for company that best serves this purpose. In many ways, Drew can actually be quite conservative underneath this facade but the impression that is projected will not reflect this. The more unusual and the stranger the company, the bigger the attraction will be.

Drew can be highly inventive and very creative. There will be a very good imagination and plenty of motivation, but these children only get involved in what turns them on. They cannot be coerced into doing what they do not want to do. They will also like very much to be 'in charge'. They like to be the leader of the pack.  

Following other people's rules is not very easy, which certainly might cause some problems in school. Drew will fare better in an open learning environment rather than in a strict regimental type atmosphere.

With maturity, these children can have a bit of difficulty in relationships. The initial turn on will be based on the weird and wonderful, which can be superficial and short-lived. Drew will dislike being tied down. Freedom is so very important and any advice will be unconditionally rejected. However, it is possible that Drew may tend to try to be traditional, not actually recognizing the restlessness.

In adulthood, speculation could be an attractive option as there is a bit of the gambler here - but this can prove costly, as judgement will not be good.


Neptune in Sagittarius

Neptune is a vast and remote planet believed to be a very watery place. This giant lumbers through the heavens slowly, so the sign of Neptune is considered very generational. All kids born in the same era as Drew will have this similarity. To take on any personal meaning, there needs to be a close affiliation with one of the personal planets, the Ascendant, or the Midheaven. Neptune is a mysterious planet. It covers all areas of creativity, the imagination, illusion and also deception. Neptune casts a watery haze that can enhance the sheer beauty involved, or it can distort the picture entirely. Being associated with water and moving in the realms of the subconscious, Neptune seems to water down inner confidence. The strength that radiates is inner strength that is fine for the experienced adult, but it can seem of little use to the vulnerable child. Hence, escapism, drugs, alcohol, oppressive sects, and even isolated institutions are associated with Neptune. Neptune in strong position enhances artistic vision and sense of imagery. It drives at all possible sensitivities in the highest degree. When Neptune is in a strained position reality gets fuddled causing confusion and deception. The true value of Neptune dissolves old patterns for new, but this is quite an obscure occurrence with little logic to explain it. It is a deep and personal learning curve that slowly unfolds. It is the stirring deep within the subconscious. Neptune in the House indicates areas of life that will experience the Neptunian lessons. It will be where we need to adapt on a practical level without losing the gifts of this mystical planet. It can be where we have to suffer in order to grow. Neptune is idealistic, it is imagination and illusion, and it is mystical. This planet cannot be caught and captured. Neptune rules photography which explains its function well because it tends to take an image and put it in a different dimension. Neptune is imagery. For a youngster, this can be a very difficult energy to deal with because many of the courses it takes are unclear, vague, but powerful. But this planet is the rainbow that we are blessed with. It is elusive, but it is very beautiful.

Neptune in Sagittarius (1970 - 1985). Neptune is the planet of illusion, dreams and ideology. Sagittarius is the sign of the Sage, of wisdom, and of great learning. Through this era, philosophy will gather strength as opposed to traditional churches. The oppression inflicted by the former religious groups will be seriously challenged; the fight for equality will be launched. Truth will prevail over historical acceptances. This generation could well chase a path that is more realistic and less judgmental that before. Egalitarianism for all humanity will be the basis of the future creeds. This generation will be prepared to fight their cause on an intellectual basis and will not be afraid to speak out. There could well be some brilliant charismatic spiritual leaders evolve from this era.

Clairvoyant abilities are more common and accepted. Spiritual healing will become fashionable. The world becomes smaller and smaller as more people travel. Different countries and creeds will know and understand each other a lot better, and the old dictatorial habits will draw a powerful criticism.


Neptune in the Sixth House

6th House: This House is where the child develops work ethics and a sense of pride in workmanship. This House is about "duty". It is about precision - "getting things right". This House is the classroom, the school environment, and learning. It is about books and study. This House is also about health and personal habits. Attitude and mental competitiveness begins here in the 6th House.  

Drew has the planet Neptune in the Sixth House of work and health. This little one will be quite good at "drifting" off when there is serious work to be done. The imagination will be strong and some of the excuses that will be used to "get out of things" will be quite extraordinary. To get some efforts out of Drew, make it sound important and helpful. These kids will respond a whole lot better to contributing to personal needs rather than to obligations. The jobs that involve "prettying" the place up will appeal - so gathering flowers, tending a small garden or rearranging the home will spark some interest. But, Drew does have to learn to accept that the mundane chores have to be done. These kids have to take on board a bit of discipline and routine. They may want a bit of help and will certainly need to be acknowledged for a job well done. This is the only way that Drew will learn how to accept credit when it is due and take some pride in self worth and ability.  

Drew could be overly sensitive to certain foods and prescribed medicines. Allergies can be quite common with Neptune in the 6th House. What can seem like psychological problems can develop into real illness that does need to be taken seriously. Care will need to be taken here. Defining what is imaginary and what is real can be difficult. Drew will be sensitive in all ways so will suffer even more if are not believed. But, these kids must learn to draw on their inner strength and avoid taking the emotional but illusory way out. They can easily fall back on any excuse in the book to avoid taking responsibility.

In adulthood, drugs and alcohol can have quite a bad affect, so early training and leading by example will do only good in the long run for Drew. Certainly early education in this area is a must.


Pluto in the Fourth House

4th House: This House is about the early home environment, the "Mother" influence, and the family. This is the House where traditions are set and preserved. This is where basic development begins and where lifetime habits are formed. This House is all about nurturing.

Drew has the powerful Pluto in the Fourth House. This often points to a child that lives with a degree of tension in the home environment. Perhaps power struggles dominate the family home. There will be a strong and deep-seated attachment to the family and strong connections with the Mother figure for better or for worse. Drew could be very attached to one parent and too dependent. This is not a great problem in childhood, but it may become one when Drew gets older, or there could be difficulty getting along with one of the parents. Too much pressure could be applied making this child feel guilty when there really is no need to feel that way. This attitude can stick and Drew can grow to feel quite useless. Whatever way, these kids can be influenced too much by a parent and will need to be more confident and independent. The worst thing is to smother Drew, and just as dangerous to the psyche will be to ignore this child.

Throughout life, Drew will be plagued with strong emotional memories from the past, particularly whenever something stirs a reminder of the earliest childhood. So much seems to happen in this child's early life that it will have a tremendous impact which can be confusing. Free will and freedom of thought will need to be worked on. Watch out also for an explosive temper lurking here too, but this could be due to a whole lot of frustration and confusion.


Planets in Aspect



An explanation of the Aspects: These are very important in any natal chart. It is when 2 or more planets "make connection" with each other. To be of significance, the "orb" or degree of this connection, must be relatively close. All the Aspects are of significance, but some are more powerful than are others. And, of course, they all have different meanings.  

All of the aspects that are relevant are automatically listed in order of strength. Obviously, the higher the strength the more relevant and potent the aspect.

Conjunction: A powerful and dynamic aspect. This is when two or more planets are sitting right next to each other and they will either back each other up, or compete against each other. Being in the same sign and same house adds up to a lot of weight.

Trine: A distance of 120-degrees between any planet forms a "Trine". These planets will be in the same Element so they will blend well and flow. The Trine brings comfort, ease, and benefit with little effort.  

Sextile: The distance between any planets involved in a "Sextile" is 60 degrees. This aspect brings the opportunity to be productive or creative. But the energy of the Sextile must be used - it will not just "happen" Both planets will fall in either Masculine or Feminine signs, so they are compatible.

Square: There will be a 90-degree separation between any planets involved in a "Square". Here is an indication of obstacles and stress that need to be worked through. The planets "square off" against each other but - these are personal learning curves of life. These are hurdles for us to jump but through them we learn and grow. The lessons from Squares tend to be subjective. These aspects will be in signs of the same quality.

Opposition: As the name suggests, any planets that form an "opposition" will be smack, bang opposite each other at 180-degrees apart. This is where one learns to compromise and give a little. The opposition usually involves other people. These lessons are quite objective. Being in polar opposite signs of the zodiac, these planets mirror each other.

Inconjunct also known as the Quincunx: This is considered a "minor" aspect but is about our personal growth and long-term development in the area of the personality. It shows us our limitations and how we can expand a little. The distance between the two celestial bodies here will be 150 degrees apart. Being relatively minor, the orb used is generally rather tight. This aspect would be almost exact to rate in this interpretation.


Sun trine Uranus (Strength: 6.75)  

Trines bring ease, harmony, and success, which need little effort. They can help creativity.

Drew has the Sun trine Uranus; that is the hallmark of an independent nature - a person who thrives on anything new, different, and exciting - or just plain crazy. These kids have no sense of fear. They can get themselves into truly dangerous situations. But try stopping them, especially as they begin to stand on their own two feet.

Self expression will be outspoken and uninhibited. There will be the ability to find simple answers to difficult questions. These kids can simplify with ease, which makes communication skills quite exceptional. 

In emotional situations, Drew will demand honesty and sincerity. Anything less will be a major turn-off. The thinking is broad-minded and original. These children will project ideas in a dramatic way. However, the idea of spending a lifetime in one place doing one thing would bore this child rigid. They will do everything they can to prevent it. Drew will enjoy stimulating kinds of recreation, such as hang-gliding, sky- diving or other wild pastimes - excitement that others consider quite risky or terrifying. Drew will be drawn like a magnet.  

As they get older, Drew will probably break away from the family and the past. This child is likely to move out in a totally new direction. They will probably remain on friendly terms with their roots but will not be tied down by them.


Mercury trine Pluto (Strength: 4.60)

Trines bring ease, harmony, and success, which need little effort. Can help creativity.

With the planet of basic learning, Mercury, in trine to the intense little planet Pluto, Drew will be unusually deep. These kids are often not very interested in the general run of the mill things that other young people think about. They are more attracted to the universe - finding out where they have come from - the purpose of life - and what truly makes people tick, stuff that many adults do not ever touch on. For this reason, Drew will seem very mature. But these kids do enjoy their youth. They are not trying to be mini-adults. They just have that ability to think in a very profound way. And they enjoy who they are.

Drew will work hard to be the best at whatever takes the interest, but no one can push this child into doing anything that they aren't interested in. With this aspect, this child should be allowed to study what they want. This minimizes wasted time and avoids unnecessary rebukes. This child will probably know best anyway, and important choices will be quite correct. But this can be difficult for those in authority to accept initially. Force will never gain a whole lot of ground, and anyway, Drew does have a sound and solid understanding on personal issues. As this little one develops, learn to listen and to trust the sound judgement that will be voiced.

This aspect is often in the charts of investigators, detectives, and those involved in research. The understanding of human nature is profound. There is a natural and easy understanding of logic, and of cause and effect, which can help in studying psychology and psychiatry. If you think that Drew is pretty smart, then you are probably absolutely right.


Mars sextile Jupiter (Strength: 3.41)

Sextiles bring chances and opportunity. Effort is needed to realize the full potential.

Drew has the energetic planet Mars sextile the expansive planet Jupiter. This is considered a lucky aspect. Opportunities seem to come to these children. Luck and chance will seem to arrive on their doorstep. Drew will be fully able to utilize the chances that are likely to come along, because these kids are at their best when confronted with competition or a challenge. They know how to assert themselves under pressure. Friends and neighbors are very important to this little person. There is the ability to get along well with almost anyone. Drew will have good communication skills and a clever use of words.  

This child's optimism and positive outlook on life will always make others feel better. Drew will know how to interact in a group and will be more than willing to share natural talents and gifts. This is not a selfish or egotistical child. There will be pleasure in being a part of a combined effort. The natural good attitude attracts help and encouragement from those "in charge." This can make this child seem luckier than what they are, because they do deserve the breaks that they get. These kids are willing to put in the hard yards and this is recognized. The good fortune that comes is so reliable that Drew will not even notice it. But Drew will never simply sit and wait for it to happen either.

Generally these youngsters have such an optimistic outlook on life. So, when it is boiled down, this is not just luck - it is a real ability to make the best of any circumstance.

Later in life, this aspect will expand this person's sex drive. Puberty will be an exciting time. These adolescents relate to the opposite sex so naturally that moving from child, to teenager, to adult should present no problems at all. Drew may play the field in quite a big way. With this sort of charm - who will be able to say, "No?" So, maybe one important issue to raise early on is sexual responsibility.


Sun conjunct Midheaven (Strength: 3.23)

The conjunction adds emphasis to the power, the energy, and the vitality of the planets involved by the close proximity.

Drew has the Sun in conjunction to the MC. Even while young, ambition to get somewhere in life will be strong. Drew will have dreams of being rich and famous. Self-consciousness can hamper this very outcome. These kids tend to measure their success in life not so much by values, but by the impact they can make. They simply like to impress others and seem to need approval from others for what they do. They work to create a particular image. And yet, these kids can make life hard for themselves because they are very independent. They do not like buckling down under anyone. This can create problems while they are young. They seem to think that they know better than their elders do, so they rebel. Often this factor can hold them back from their deepest wish - to succeed. Drew will need to accept that one will get out of life what one is willing to put in. Drew will have to start somewhere and that cannot always be at the top. Humility would be a good word for this little one to learn the meaning of.

This aspect often suggests real success in a rather public way. But this will not be a gift - it will require some hard yards to be put in to make it. Making a mark will require effort. The influence of a father figure can be significant in guiding Drew into a future career. Perhaps a powerful personality will be the guiding light that Drew will accept as a role model and a mentor.


Uranus trine Midheaven (Strength: 2.99)

Trines bring ease, harmony, and success, which need little effort. Can help creativity.  

Drew has the planet Uranus trine the Midheaven. Probably from a very early age, this child will have beliefs and ideas that are different from most other people around them. They may not be in the slightest bit interested in possessions of any sort. Later in life, possessions to these people become like chains to them. They prefer to be free and unencumbered. Even in the tender years, Drew can seem to decide there is a path to follow that is unique. Consequently, these children can pay little attention to what adults think that they should do. They march to their own drum, but they seldom offend.

Drew should be quite creative, being able to prove a point in a constructive way. Often this aspect signifies a parent who, like the child, is a very free spirit. As Drew grows up, tradition will mean relatively little. Many of these children will regard the past as a non-event that stifles freedom of self-expression and growth. The eye will be intently fixed on the future world, not the historical past.

As soon as they are able, Drew will try to break free of family and the place of growing up. Even while quite young these children may enjoy the freedom of having no real roots. They like to feel that they can fit in wherever they go. When they are older, their home could be kept simple and sparsely furnished, creating as few obligations as possible. Any subsequent family that Drew may have will be reared with the same attitude towards freedom and independence.


Mercury sextile Neptune (Strength: 2.49)

Sextiles bring chances and opportunity. Effort is needed to realize the full potential.

Drew has the expressive planet Mercury in sextile to the imaginative planet Neptune, giving a very creative imagination and a great deal of sensitivity. These kids can have wonderful visions and dreams -- they must learn to express these gifts. This should be quite easy to accomplish, because this aspect does combine creativity with practicality. But it is so easy to get lost in this fantasy world too. This little one can get mixed up. The truth can get lost because Neptune can be a very deceptive planet. If Drew has an outlet for this sensitive imagination, and is taught to accept that there is a real world out there too, then the creative results can be astounding, such as in art forms - like design, writing - maybe photography or graphics. Drama can be a great way for this child to express all the people that they are. In fact, this is a good aspect for an actor.

These kids enjoy harmony and beauty. They will try to see these elements in all aspects of life. But, being so easily distracted, Drew will not enjoy intense study or structured learning. This will be a major turn-off, and this is when these kids can seem quite lazy and not interested in doing much of anything. A bit of gentle coaxing will help, but it could be that Drew was not meant to be an A-grade student.

These little ones are very sensitive to people around them and often "know" things instinctively. They can be very psychic. But understand and accept that Drew can also hone into very negative vibes as well. Watch for this, and coax past a bit of diffidence.

Drew can paint beautiful images of the world in many ways for others to share. But this child must never lose sight of the fact that the real world never actually goes away. It has to be dealt with. Reality needs to be instilled in a gentle and supportive way.


Saturn square Pluto (Strength: 2.47)

The Squares are quite subjective. Squares bring challenges that must be worked through.

Drew has Saturn square the very slow moving planet Pluto. Both of these planets move slowly, especially Pluto, so all of the kids in the same age group as Drew will feel the effects. Unless either of these planets make a close connection to the Ascendant, the Midheaven, or one or more of the personal planets this aspect should be regarded as relatively minor.

Very simply, Saturn is power of our history and Pluto is the power of the future. This can be a difficult aspect because this child will tend to resist any change. With the rapid changing world we live in, these kids have to learn to adapt - because no matter how much they would prefer it - the times are a-changing. The big issue that needs to be addressed is to hone into the positives and not dwell on the negatives.

Many of these kids will have powerful emotions and strong feelings that can be difficult to cope with. There is a need to encourage communication in a big way. The family needs to get into the habit of discussing current affairs, global and moral issues. And through a relaxed forum, everyone can learn to grow and accept life and the changing world we live in. There need to be allowances for differences of opinions and good old fashioned debate, but this should be kept light, allowing some space for all the options and opinions. This bunch of kids needs to let their passionate ideals surface and be comfortable saying how they feel. But they, too, must learn to be accepting, be flexible and go with the flow. There will be some fine leaders emerge from this contact of Saturn and Pluto. It can indicate ruthlessness but also a lot of foresight.


Saturn inconjunct Neptune (Strength: 2.38)

The inconjunct (quincunx) involves the willpower and the areas where our "thinking patterns" need some work.

Drew has Saturn inconjunct the slow moving planet, Neptune. Because both of these planets move rather slowly, the effects will not be strictly personal. This same aspect will be in the charts of all of the children born around the same time as Drew. Unless there are reinforcements in other parts of this chart, these short interpretations should be regarded as a minor part of the complete picture.

This particular aspect is strongest when either of these planets is in conjunction or opposing the Ascendant or Midheaven.

In simple terms, Saturn is stark reality and Neptune is fantasy.

These kids can have a strong imagination and a deep sensitivity but may feel obliged to reject this side of the psyche at the expense of reality and everyday obligations. But the subconscious is strong, and this can cause panic attacks and anxiety - not to mention confusion. A lot of the reaction can be quite irrational which adds to the problem. Consequently, these children are afraid to trust anything or anyone. They are quite simply mixed up. 

These kids can be quite frugal in all areas of life. Food, fun, possessions, and just relaxing can be a real turn off for Drew. This outlook will not abate in adulthood unless Drew is guided in to a more casual way of life. It could be that the parents are rather proper and austere which will be difficult for a child to change. But Drew does need to be taught that the imagination and a sense of fantasy are fine. We can be responsible and still have dreams. What pours through our subconscious is normal and acceptable, and it does not makes us liars or deceptive because our daydreams can tend to be outrageous.


Jupiter square Ascendant (Strength: 1.76)

The Squares are quite subjective. Squares bring challenges that must be worked through.

Drew has the big planet Jupiter Square the Ascendant. This can suggest that a lot of pressure will be put on this child to do well and succeed. The parents can have a lot of ambition here and perhaps expect too much or want to make too many decisions for this child. Sometimes the expectations will be way too high to achieve, leaving the poor kid with ultimate feelings of failure. Credit may not be given that is deserved from the parent(s).  

Ultimately Drew must be able to plot a course that is relevant, possible, and attractive. This child will be bright but will also have strong needs for freedom. There is a huge need to make personal decisions and have the power to trust their own powerful logic. Without the right to make their own decisions these kids can become quite selfish and resentful.  

Most of the time this aspect usually works out very well. Drew should be able to make a very good impression in any company. Especially as they get older, this person will want to do everything in a big way. They will want to live in a big house in elegant surroundings, and they will want to have plenty of room outdoors as well. Drew may very well own a lot of real estate. The choice of career will lean towards plenty of variety, freedom and, preferably, plenty of travel.


Moon opposite Mars (Strength: 1.42)

The oppositions bring about awareness through compromise. Conflict within the opposition can involve either internal or external issues.

With the emotional Moon opposing the aggressive little planet Mars, Drew will be rather confrontational and certainly competitive. The personality is sparkling and outgoing, but the feelings are intense. Often there is a bit of a complex that develops that does color the personality. Drew will feel bad about being so grumpy and aggressive, but will not know quite how to deal with it. Consequently, the instinct is to quickly strike out when under pressure. The reactions are emotional with little logic attached. It will help to try and keep Drew amused and fully occupied, because boredom will always bring out the worst. The awkward side of the nature will emerge just in order to inject some life into the scene. Drew will tend to make mountains out of molehills, so Drew will need to be taught when to take an issue seriously and when to just laugh it off. Often this can be an attention thing, so a diversion will work wonders.

There can be continuous battles in friendships because it is so hard for these kids to compromise. They must learn how. They will attract friends easily and get accepted easily, but often they will tend to pick the wrong sorts of friends. They can drift and have some difficulty forming lasting relationships. A major problem is not being able to accept defeat or being wrong in any way. Drew will see this as a failure and get very upset about that. Teach this little one early that we all slip up at times, no one is always right. Coax the ability to shrug and say "so what" if something does not work out. Let this child understand that it wasn't meant to be anyway.

Drew will accept responsibility, but will resent authority. If these kids use the vital energy and passion wisely, in a less aggressive way, they can perform very well at whatever they try to do. They would do well in competitive sport because of the willingness to push themselves to the max. The sheer love of competition and the great stamina will make Drew a powerful opponent in any sports arena.

Just do not let this energetic child waste too much time in needless battles.


Moon conjunct Saturn (Strength: 1.19)

The conjunction adds emphasis to the power, the energy, and the vitality of the planets involved by the close proximity. Drew has the emotional Moon in close conjunction to the planet Saturn, which generally makes for a rather shy child. The nature will be serious. Efforts to please will be sustained, but will be fraught with self-criticism. These kids naturally doubt themselves, so they need a whole lot of reassurances. They need their efforts to be recognized. They need to be taught to accept praise and to feel good about it. This is not an option. These kids need to be nurtured and taught to "feel good". Confidence is not a natural trait with this conjunction.

Drew could have a certain amount of difficulty establishing a close rapport with the "Mother" figure. This important person may not be physically present or, perhaps, could be detached for some reason. It is possible that Drew needs more support than what is possible. The key here is to ensure that Drew does not feel burdened with guilt. This conjunction can suggest that this little one will seek refuge within, making it imperative to draw out any pain or hurt. Saturn can weigh down heavily on the emotional Moon making for a solitary and rather lonely child.

On the positive side, Drew will learn a great deal through the adversity of this aspect. There is the ability to work through problems by the process of elimination. There is the ability to be forearmed with alternatives. There is the ability to make sound and solid decisions. But, in the best of circumstances, inner doubts and a fear of not being accepted will always plague Drew.


Venus conjunct Jupiter (Strength: 1.00)

The conjunctions add emphasis to the power, the energy, and the vitality of the planets. 

Venus, the planet of love, in conjunction to the benevolent planet Jupiter is an extremely positive aspect. It shows that Drew is warm, generous, affectionate and very loyal. These children put a whole lot into friendship. They take the whole thing seriously and are not afraid to be openly affectionate and caring. They will be very social and will love company. This is the social butterfly.

This fortunate aspect tends to indicate a rather comfortable life where all of the material and psychological needs are fulfilled quite naturally. This produces a child who has a contented nature, who is quite happy with the cards that life has dealt. An inherent life of ease is the mark of this aspect. Drew will expect life to be an easy cruise and can be rather careless later with money and assets because of this.

But what Drew has in this easy-going and pleasant nature can be marred by a certain lack of discipline. These children expect things to go right, so seldom take the time to sit back and work out how to 'get there'. They simply go for it, taking success for granted. There is a chance of overindulgence because life will seem uncomplicated. Maybe Drew needs to be taught that life is never served up on a silver platter - someone had to put in some serious work somewhere along the line to reach this particular lifestyle.

Later in life, Drew will be rather self indulgent, and be too fond of high living. Jupiter expands all that it touches and the lovely planet Venus is all good stuff. But, this larger than life character, the generous nature, and sincere disposition, are all mostly highly positive. Love, harmony and a strong sense of beauty produce few negatives. Learning to apply a little more energy and not be so complacent can only help to enlarge the good of this aspect.


Mercury inconjunct Saturn (Strength: 0.87)

The inconjunct (quincunx) involves the willpower and the areas where our "thinking patterns" need some work.

With the expressive planet Mercury inconjunct Saturn, the planet of limitations, Drew can suffer from hidden fears that are difficult to express. These fears may seem to have no beginning or substance, but this child can still be afraid. These little ones could have a very deep paranoia of the unknown, which scares the life out of them for some reason. However, the more Drew is taken to task for this the worse it will get. This area will need careful and reliable handling.

These children can seem to get quite down and depressed for little reason. They are deep and serious, and the difficulty is that they will need a whole lot of help to explain what they are feeling. They probably could not explain why they are feeling the way they are, but there is a huge need for someone to take the time and patience to show they care. Lots of love and cuddles will do wonders for this little ones confidence.

Drew will need a lot of reassurance and support. The nature is such that it sets very high standards, and with a natural distaste and fear of failure, the sense of gloom will not take long to set in. Drew does need to learn early to look on the bright side. The family needs to set a relaxed environment where light and laughter are an integral part of everyday life. Drew needs a place where there is always a friend to talk to who does not apply pressure. Drew also needs to learn that the world has more good out there than bad. It is just a matter of looking for it, and sometimes just looking at things in a more positive light. Regardless, whether they feel they are winning or losing, there is always another day ahead.

Drew does have a strong mind, a powerful logic, and a very clear vision. Once confidence has been established, the ability to plan, accept limitations, and see a project through, will be valuable lessons gleaned from this difficult aspect.


Moon trine Jupiter (Strength: 0.83)

Trines bring ease, harmony, and success, which need little effort. Can help creativity.

The emotional Moon in trine to the big expansive planet, Jupiter, is one of the most pleasant of all aspects. It indicates an outgoing child with a great deal of self-confidence. Here is a glowing, generous personality with real emotional security. Drew will have such confidence that will sustain any crisis in life. The pure enthusiasm generates optimism in everyone. These kids also have a great imagination which helps them to solve any problems.

Drew should be popular and be able to make others feel good. These kids are not afraid to let the world see the real person inside because they are totally comfortable. They can laugh at themselves and see the best in the worst situations.

These people are usually generous and giving toward others. They want to take care of people and animals, helping those in trouble and protecting the weak. However, they do like their freedom.

The Mother or a "Mother" figure will be a tower of strength to Drew when young. This is where all this positive energy stems from. Because of this strong relationship, this child will have all the ingredients needed to develop an enviable attitude that is natural and modest.

In adulthood, Drew will have great respect for honor and honesty. There could be a fairly strong interest in religion. The spiritual values will be based on positives, like live and let live. The fundamentals will be good, universal, and built on love, rather than narrow and dogmatic.



The prominence of the Planets and the contacts that they make with each other define the strongest Planet(s) in the Natal Chart. Some planets make a lot of "noise" which you will see in the area of the "Aspects" while some are just waiting for something to happen. The following are considered the Powerhouse Planets and their meetings and positions add a further dimension to the attitudes and aptitudes of Drew.

There can be more than one "strongest planet" in which case the person will have a natural ability to dance to many tunes - they will be adaptable and versatile. But if one planet or luminary comes through as the absolute leader, then the person will be very specifically made up of the flavor of that celestial body.


Sun Dominant (Strength: 19.94)

The Sun is technically a star - a big, bold, invigorating star that essentially marks our individuality and drives our willpower. It is the light of our lives. When the Sun is predominant in the Natal Chart, the child will have an abundant personality that will literally be blinding. They have the natural ability to bring the sunshine into a room with them. Drew will radiate true warmth.

These kids will be natural, creative, and magnetic but can be puffed up in their own self-importance too. Self-esteem is all-important, and although Drew will have plenty of confidence, the ego is a hungry ego - it will be continually looking for nourishment. Like the sunlight itself, Drew can dazzle. But when the shadows fall, what you see and what you get can be two different things. These bright young things can promise but not be able to deliver, although the original intention would always have been honorable.

This child can also overheat at times and will blow the odd fuse but will never hold a grudge. They will cool down quickly. The Sun is closely associated with Leo, and the predominantly Sun person will want to be the Star of the show. Drew will want to shine. These are very warm-blooded creatures. They need to be able to give and receive love freely.

These proud kids command respect and wilt if seriously challenged or ignored.

Drew will be ambitious but will get there with dignity and charm rather than serious push and shove. These children will maneuver their way to stardom. They will be very fair and honest and will genuinely love people.


Moon Dominant (Strength: 12.46)

The Moon is actually a satellite of planet Earth, so this makes it a very powerful connection. The Moon waxes, wanes, and goes through many phases each month; the true Moon person expresses these phases as moods. The Moon has no light of its own. It absorbs the Sun's rays and bounces a shadowy beam. The true Moon person absorbs and reflects.

Drew will reflect the "Mother" image. The family bonds will be very strong and the nurturing nature will be sympathetic and very caring. These children will remember everything from their very earliest childhood, with their feelings and their sensitivities. The Moon can cast some beautiful images and some distorted shadows. Drew, with a predominant Moon influence, can be difficult to gauge. But these kids can also have quite a lot of difficulty understanding how the mind works. Consequently, the image that is projected is rather mysterious.

A predominant "Moon" chart has a rare sense of beauty and a deep sensitivity. Drew can also pick up the wrong end of the stick. This child can take a totally subjective stance and hang on to it, blindly refusing to admit that they are wrong. They will revert to their emotions, get moody and broody, and probably sulk, rather than reach for logic. The Moon to a large degree, is the base personality, our instinctive emotional response. The Moon is the part of us that others feel. The Moon is the vibration through which we feel. But this satellite of Earth is also highly intuitive. These kids must learn to trust their instincts because these instincts are very accurate. The Moon often indicates a psychic ability.

Drew will be emotional, will be easily hurt, and will be moody. But Drew will also be loving, loyal, and very genuine.


Pluto Dominant (Strength: 11.10)

Pluto is a little planet that is all power. It moves through the heavens in its own way and at its own pace, paying little attention to anyone as it tracks its elusive course. But this little planet knows exactly where it is going. Pluto is all about regeneration. Pluto takes old ideas by the scruff of the neck and shakes them violently until they have no further use. It finds a vague beginning for a brand new concept. Pluto rules volcanoes and the Plutonian changes are often of volcanic magnitudes. This is a rather cold planet. It is difficult to define. It is difficult to follow and difficult to penetrate, but underneath this chill is a deep and burning passion. Drew with a powerful Pluto in the natal chart will be all of these things. These kids will be secretive and often silent. They will be clever. They will work their way through enormous changes in their lives, going through passages of darkness alone and coming out the other end a brand new person. The result can be a total transformation. Only they will truly understand where they have been. And this child will not be particularly interested in explaining anything to anyone. Drew will be very private, very deep, but totally fascinating.

These kids do seem to have a certain knowledge that they exude but do not express or openly share. Others "feel" the power of this little person. They will be passionate in all that they do and their anger will be, again, volcanic. These kids will not be violent in their daily lives. In fact, they will be slow to anger but their depth of feeling is immeasurable.

Drew will be strongly motivated, very determined, very stubborn, and probably quite ambitious. It will be a rare occasion that will make this child admit defeat. They will plot their own paths and follow them with sheer determination. Much of the path though life will be very private, but this is the preference of Pluto.



The Strongest sign often coincides with that of the Sun in the Natal Chart because Mercury is the Sun's closest companion - they are never far apart. Venus also sticks quite closely to the mighty Sun, and to a lesser degree, Mars never strays too far away. So, one or more of these planets are often in the same sign as the Sun at birth adding further strength.

However, in many cases the "outer" planets can gang up and create a very strong, but quite a different, influence. This area of the Chart will either add more weight to the color and personality of this Child or it could add a further hue to their approach and intensity.

If there is more that one "strongest sign", which is likely, the person will have various facets to their approach and abilities, and so will scatter their energies somewhat. If there is one singleton sign, which outweighs the rest, Drew will be more easily recognized by the attributes of the sign involved.


Pisces Dominant (Strength: 118.64)

Pisces, the sign of the Fishes, figures strongly in this chart. There are so many types of fish - goldfish, tropical fish, deep sea fish, fresh-water fish and so on. And the Pisces person has so many facets to their personality that they are often called "dual". Generally, the true Piscean is gentle, peaceful, very sensitive, and truly compassionate. They are quiet and can seem withdrawn. They will often go off by themselves or to their bedrooms just for some peace and quiet. These kids will have a fantastic imagination, and that is where this little soul goes. They will burrow deep into the imagination where everything is beautiful, mystical, and serene. But these kids can also go where there are monsters and where the distortion of evil overwhelms them. So, the imagination is fine, taking time out is healthy, but escapism can be dangerous ground for this child.

Drew absorbs everything through the senses picking up bad vibes in an instant. These children feel any hostility as soon as they walk into a room - they don't need words. The Pisces person is always very sympathetic and will always listen to any tale of woe. Others will trust this sincerity and caring. Drew will be very adaptable but will dislike confrontation of any kind. This child will defend any friend who is in trouble but walk away from personal issues of hurt and disappointment. These kids can have a lot of difficulty making a decision. They will be easily distracted. This child will also hate to hurt anyone or say "no", so these kids can be quite easily led. This little child will be very sentimental, so they will count down their birthday each year and will be good at remembering everyone else's special day too.

Pisces is the most psychic sign of the zodiac but these "gifts" can be confusing for the young child. Drew will doubt the sensitivity and "go bush" rather than discuss what is happening. As they get older, this could well be a valuable tool to use. This little one will also have powerful dreams so will need to be able to talk about the scary ones. Drew will need the assurance that it was "just a dream".


Aquarius Dominant (Strength: 118.30)

Aquarius, the Water Carrier, comes through strongly in this chart. This sign is often mistaken for a water sign, but it is very much Air. The "Water Carrier" signifies the pouring of knowledge and intuition - the pouring forth of expression. The true Aquarian is generally a well-informed individual. They are progressive in their thinking and have a unique style about them that is quite electric. These kids will try to buck the system because they truly do have problems with rules and regulations. From a young age, this kid will be a non-conformist. The aim will be to try to do things in their own way and in their own time. Drew is a humanitarian, will enjoy company, and have the ability to make friends easily, but can also be quite stand-offish. In many ways, these kids will not compete for friendship or approval because they do not need either to any great degree. They are quite self-contained. Drew can be a part of a crowd but will remain detached. To totally commit deprives this child of that precious freedom. These kids do emit warmth because they do care. But it is detached warmth that gives confidence rather than comfort.

These children should have quite a good grasp of scientific subjects. Aquarius rules computers and the airwaves. Drew should be tuned into the exciting world of cyberspace and electronics. The Aquarian often develops an interest in politics as they grow up, but they would lean more to the revolutionary rather than the establishment side of this trade. These children can be very persuasive in debate, as their word power is usually strong. They have a true depth of understanding and they can make a point in an expressive and convincing way. However, this is also a very stubborn sign. These kids can have a bit of difficulty accepting a point of view that is not strictly their own. The can actually be quite dogmatic and arrogant.

Drew will attract friends from all walks of life. These kids are totally non-judgmental. They believe in absolute equality and, although they are not especially argumentative, they will come out fighting for anyone that is being treated badly or unfairly.

These kids will probably live in a bit of a clutter, as organization is not the strongest Aquarian trait. They have things that are far more important on their mind.


Cancer Dominant (Strength: 93.31)

One of the strongest signs in this chart for Drew is the sign of Cancer, the crab. Cancerians can be a lot like the crab in the rock-pool. They will nestle under the sand where they can see what is going on, but feel safely "hidden". The crab has its house on its back, wanting nothing more than to stay just where they are - forever. Everything will be peaceful and content until someone puts a careless toe in the wrong place. And then the crab will make its presence felt, - no matter the size or might of the intruder. The crab will then scuttle away having been felt, but probably, not seen. The Cancerian influence is not aggressive, but it is crabby, it can nip, and it often omits to explain where it is coming from. The "fight" involves minimum confrontation but it can cause a heavy atmosphere. This is the "Cancerian" way of getting noticed. The Cancerian does tend to sulk. The Moon rules Cancer so the Moon phases will affect the temperament of this child in quite a big way. So, obviously, Drew can be very moody indeed. These little ones can change their mind and their opinions in an instant and then give no explanations as to why.

But Drew can be a psychic sponge soaking up the atmosphere. These kids respond through their emotions. They are very sensitive and will be easily hurt. Often their shell conceals their vulnerability. These kids will have a mind of their own and are well able to make their own decisions. They can seem to be quite tough. But in other ways, they can be quite clingy and dependent on others.

Often the Cancerian child will be interested in history, especially family history. They do like to be able to identify with their roots and their heritage. The little Cancerian is firmly attached to the home and very territorial - fiercely protective of the family environment and all those that are dear to them. This is the little Mother of the Zodiac who will like nothing better than looking after anyone that will let them.

Cancer rules the stomach, the digestion, and these kids can be real worriers that bottle up the feelings and hurts. And then end up with tummy cramps, or simply go right off their food altogether. But caring, listening and loving will be of enormous help to Drew in times of stress. A big warm cuddle will do wonders.



The Houses in the Natal Chart are very significant because they indicate the areas where we have been born lucky or where we have serious work to do. The Houses define the areas in life where we expend our energies, where we find recurring issues with which we have to deal.

The basic Natal Chart is simply the blueprint of the Heavens at the exact time of our birth. But in reading a child's chart, there is a different emphasis. Obviously a child "reflects" its everyday environment during the formative years and this Natal chart for Drew acknowledges these reflections. In the case of a child, many of the attitudes and habits are reflections of the up bringing and environmental influences. Often work needs to be done to reach out for the opposite House to achieve a fuller picture.

It is very important to apply these interpretations with the dominant sign and the planets involved. Together, they make much more sense and will be more easily recognized.

The report gives a "one-liner" explanation for each relevant House throughout the basic Chart, which relates to children.


Tenth House Dominant (Strength: 121.04)

10th House: This House points to the dominant parent. That parent's attitude, expectations, and ambitions for the child are reflected here. Here is an indication of how the child deals with responsibility and with authority. An ambition to "be someone" or to be recognized in this life is associated with the powerful 10th House. The sweet smell and taste for power and success emerges from this very zenith of the natal chart.

Drew has a lot of weight in the 10th House, which traditionally points to career, status, and reputation. The 10th House for the child is about peer groups, parents, teachers - the 'in crowd'.

Drew will have a strong set of objectives. This little one will set firm goals and will be quite selective with whom they mix. These children have such a strong sense of purpose that they will not take anyone seriously who does not have a sincere agenda.

Drew will have a natural respect for authority. Because the paternal figure is often indicated through this House, it is likely that the 'authoritative person' plays a major role in this child's life. Sometimes though, that 'figure' can apply quite a bit of pressure.

Often with activity in the 10th House there can be quite a lonely or hard childhood, especially if there are oppositions, (aspects - please check), that come from the 4th House. There will be a strong need for personal security. This is probably why these children figure out when young that the hard yards are needed to get results. Besides, they also figure that independence and knowledge is power, and that will be a key to the aspirations of this child. Drew will ultimately want a bit of power. That simply means being completely in charge of personal issues in life and their ultimate destiny. There can be a real need to 'prove'.

This little one does have to reach out to the opposite House, the 4th House and let their emotions flow, not feel afraid to show how they feel, not be quite so 'grown up' all the time. They will be as vulnerable as anyone else will, and they have to accept that we all hurt at times - and that's OK. We all have to cope with 'less than perfect'. That is quite normal. At some stage in their life, this child may have to put in some work coming to grips with a part of the childhood that they did not understand or quite accept.

But a powerful tenth House does suggest ultimate success or recognition eventually. This might be localized, rather than making world headlines, but this little character does have a solid destiny.


Sixth House Dominant (Strength: 68.50)

6th House: This House is where the child develops work ethics and a sense of pride in workmanship. This House is about "duty". It is about precision - "getting things right". This House is the classroom, the school environment, and learning. It is about books and study. This House is also about health and personal habits. Attitude and mental competitiveness begins here in the 6th House.

Drew has a lot of strength in the 6th House. The 6th House, for the child, is the classroom and the first taste of independent thinking. It is the unconditioned learning. The general feeling of this House deals with work, service, and general attitudes to health and diet, etc.

Drew will take schoolwork seriously and will work patiently to produce results - good results. From a very young age, this child will be aware of their objectives and will instinctively know that success is not going to be handed to them on a plate. In fact, if something does come too easily to this child, it will not be "good enough" for them - it will be a yardstick for them to automatically improve on. These children will also work very hard to train themselves to be useful and dependable. They will aim to be accepted as totally trustworthy and honorable by always being in full command of the facts.

In many ways, this House influence produces kids who need to relax a little - have a bit of fun - not take life quite so seriously. Drew can try too hard to impress others with dedication and sheer application. These kids can struggle to build up their essential sense of self-esteem and self worth. The harder they try, the harder it gets to be content, and this is exactly what they have to do - learn to be content. A pet for Drew to look after can be a great idea. This teaches a lot of lessons, will give immense satisfaction, and will also divert the innate need to be quite so perfect all of the time. A small garden plot could reap the same benefits.

Drew must learn to reach out a grab some of the positives from the opposite House - the 12th House. There is a need to let the creative side of the psyche emerge. There is a need to learn to wallow in a few daydreams and chase a few rainbows. These kids will always take life seriously, and they will always be practical. But they will enjoy a fuller life if they allow themselves to put their responsibilities to bed now and again.


Second House Dominant (Strength: 64.92)

2nd House: This House is about values and possessions. It is the "my things" attitude. It is where nourishment is needed to feel confident and secure. This House is about experiencing the sensual fundamentals in order to feel fulfilled and loved. This House puts a real value on tangible assets, and it is where real fears are born with respect to deprivation. It is also where we learn to provide for ourselves if we must. It is where we discover our "comfort zone".

The 2nd House is the "I wants" in the child, and we all know as parents that there are always plenty of those. Drew, with a strong showing in the second House, will have lots of wants and needs. There will seem to be an endless list of things that this child "simply must have". These kids will probably try to keep up with the Jones's from a very early age. They will also compete strongly for affection. Often there can be a rather selfish attitude because in order to feel good, these kids have to have plenty of things that they can call their own, and that includes a special love and bond from the parents. Often these kids feel that in sharing, they lose the lot, so they may have to be shown that sharing is a form of speculation and accumulation.

There is quite a fear of "change". Drew would like life to always stay the same. This little one will need to be guided into being less clingy and more independent. There is a need to learn that real security comes from within. It has little to do with possessions.

This is also the House of our hidden talents, so this, being such a "busy" area, could be very significant of gifts that need to be drawn out. Creativity, perhaps - music - or perhaps a garden plot of their very own, will add to the inner confidence and be a source of pride and pleasure.

A lesson for Drew with a powerful 2nd House would be to lean a little towards the opposite House, the 8th House in the Chart. Drew will need to learn that everything changes, and that is not the end of the world. There is a need to accept that every part of life needs air to grow and to thrive. These kids must widen their horizons and be more independent. Learn, look within for their sense of security, and let their confidence expand.


Balance of Elements and Modalities



The four elements figure strongly in the definition and interpretation of the signs. The dominant element(s) can help to identify the personality type quite successfully. In many cases, there will be a combination of more than one, which indicates more flexibility.

It can be quite easy to spot the "fiery" personality, the "down to earth" type, the "head in the clouds" Air person, or the weepy and emotional water character.


Abundant Water

The water signs are Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces. Water indicates sensitivity, compassion, and imagination. These kids can be very deep and private. They can seem to be quite shy. A dominant moon, Neptune, or Pluto can add to the abundance of water characteristics in this chart.

These children are the most sensitive and emotional of all. They often feel not only their own emotions but also those of the people around them. When a water person meets someone for the first time, they can often size up the depths very quickly and accurately through sheer intuition. It is very important that the parents handle this ability carefully. They will need to be wary about who these children associate with. These kids can pick up negative and bad vibes as easily as they can pick up good vibes. And when they do hone into negative vibrations, they will take the whole lot on board themselves. "Other peoples problems" will become part of this sensitive child. For this same reason, it is not necessary to reprimand water children harshly. They get the picture with very few words and will "feel" the rest. In fact, it is less important to reprimand water children when they have done wrong than it is to reassure them afterward. It is vital that a water child has a secure childhood. The emotional impressions from childhood do not fade. There can be a danger that these kids can head for escapism too readily, to get away from the "nasties" that they do not want to face. They do not enjoy confrontation and will choose to retreat. Emotions may dominate this child's thinking so much that it is hard to reason with them.

If water children are brought up to feel secure within, they can be quite strong. Their sensitivity allows them to understand and give generously to those in need. With such a powerful imagination, they can be extremely artistic or creative. The sense of vision can be a powerful asset.


Lack of Earth

When an element is "lacking", it can indicate a need to encourage the essentials of this "lack", to help round the character off a little. This often happens over time anyway, quite naturally. But watch Drew and you will see if any building needs to be done. But rather than see this as a "weakness", it is preferable to accept that one or more of the other elements comes through more strongly. The apparent "lack" can also be compensated within the chart anyway. It only needs one powerful aspect to add some weight.

The Earth signs are Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn.

A lack of the Earth element in this chart suggests that this child may have some difficulties dealing with practical and mundane issues. In fact, it may be said that they are not really at home on the planet Earth. Drew may seem to be somehow lost in space and unable to get the feet on the ground. Because of this, these kids may reject responsibility. They can have trouble getting organized and following through on a task. Often there can be a childish inability to handle boring, but necessary tasks. Drew could be one of those kids who need help to accomplish the simplest chore. Material matters and money may be secondary concerns. These types may not be particularly interested in earthly possessions or any sort of material gain. Sometimes expressing a compulsive trait toward neatness and detail compensates for the absence of the Earth element. Or, perhaps the compensation comes through as a major concern for organization.

More often, the absence of earth signs means good old-fashioned common sense may not be a strong suit. Drew should be encouraged to spend time outdoors with nature, to get in touch with the basic practicalities of life, and to learn to be more accountable and to take responsibility.


Lack of Fire

When an element is "lacking", it can indicate a need to encourage the essentials of this "lack", to help round the character off a little. This often happens over time anyway, quite naturally. But watch Drew and you will see if any building needs to be done. But rather than see this as a "weakness", it is preferable to accept that one or more of the other elements comes through more strongly. The apparent "lack" can also be compensated within the chart anyway. It only needs one powerful aspect to add some weight.

The Fire signs are Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius.

When the Fire element is lacking, it may benefit this child to become more active and more urgent. They may lack the passion and spark that the fire signs give. This does not mean that Drew will not enjoy life, but merely that there is a reluctance to burst into action. Pleasure, thrills, and glory will be slow coming their way because these kids cannot be bothered to make it happen. The sense of adventure is apt to be more subtle and sensitive, without the dramatics, daring and spontaneity. The lack of competitiveness will hold this child back though.

Although this does not guarantee an introvert, this child is not likely to be an extrovert. Drew may like to stand back and let the other person make the first move. Maybe this child does underestimate abilities and self worth. But, Drew may just like to test the water before jumping in.

By underestimating their abilities, these kids are apt to often end up assisting others whose talents are less than their own. Drew can be easily overpowered. Actually, these kids do not like being in the spotlight.

In some cases, a child lacking fire in the chart may try to force many of the more aggressive fire sign traits in order to compensate for the actual lack of these traits. Characteristic of this would be a person who excels at a sport (perhaps) finding the ability to win through extreme hard work and dogged perseverance. The fire, in this case, is lacking but the "burning" comes from within.



The "Modes" or the "Qualities" often indicate how we initiate our actions. The Cardinal types are firm, confident, and are better starters than they are finishers. The Fixed types are quite reluctant to step outside of the comfort zone. They prefer to stay with the tried and true. The Mutable people are flexible and adaptable but they can be flimsy.

But, again, in many cases there is a combination of more than one mode.


Abundant Mutable

The mutable signs are Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces. These are the signs of change, and the essential mark is adaptability.

Drew will either try to find a way around a problem or will give way in the face of the attack. This quality of mutability is not a weakness, because although these kids do bend like a reed in the wind, they do manage to survive and persist. Drew will believe in flowing with the energies of the surrounding environment. These kids can adapt to the characteristics of the current company. Nevertheless, these children have a core of inner truth that enables them to make quite a subtle impact on those around them. By appearing to give way, these kids can sometimes be quite manipulative.

The mutable signs except Virgo are known as dual or two-bodied signs (meaning that they have two distinct sides). This reflects the mutable person's ability to have more than one facet. Drew will actually thrive in unstable and changing circumstances. These kids are able to grab what they need and adapt very quickly to new conditions. In fact, often boredom will set in if the situation is not constantly changing. With all of this adaptability, however, Drew can be rather devious at times. It is hard to pin these types down to a definite course of action or a commitment. They feel that such commitment limits the freedom. Not being forthright can be a major problem, except possibly with Sagittarius.

Given any kind of resistance at all, these kids simply change direction and take the line of least resistance, even if inappropriate.


Abundant Cardinal

The Cardinal signs are the first sign of each of the four segments - Aries, Cancer, Libra, and Capricorn. These signs are rather assertive, and like to take the initiative.

These are the self-starters - the self-imposed leaders. For this reason, it is sometimes difficult for cardinal-sign people to co-operate and compromise easily. Libra is a bit of an exception being so "agreeable" in many aspects of life, and being so willing to please. But the strong Libran will often take the initiative in starting a friendship. It is in this area that these particular (Libran) people will take the initiative. Unfortunately, the Cardinal signs may not finish what they have started.

Drew will enjoy the role of the leader, but may not take it very well if forced to take a secondary role. If these kids are not calling the shots, they may well lose interest altogether. It can be easier for them to avoid group activities rather than take the more submissive role of watching someone else run the show.

In a difficult situation, Drew will usually prefer a direct approach charging right into the situation to resolve it as quickly as possible. Ideas may be good because there will be a natural aptitude at solving problems, but a major problem is lack of persistence. These kids get discouraged easily and need a great deal of support to help them stay with a project. Drew will work well if taught to set goals and then be given heaps of praise when achievement has been recognized.

Drew will thrive on constant activity with efforts directed at the here and now. The ambition will be strong and the instincts reactionary. Positively expressed, the Cardinal signs produce constructive initiative, but this imbalance can easily produce a lot of wasted energy that gains little.


Lack of Fixed

The Fixed modes are Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, and Aquarius.

Because this chart is void or nearly void of fixed signs, Drew could be better at starting things than finishing them. Either these kids become bored with something soon after beginning it, or they take on so much that they do not have the energy or focus to accomplish anything. This can cause lots of difficulty in various aspects of life, such as frequently changing interests, friends, hobbies, and even personal beliefs on many of life's weightier issues. Children with a lack of the fixed quality should be encouraged to persist and to realize their own inner strength. They need to be taught to hang on and not give up. Praise for completion of even the tiniest project will help to instill a sense of success.



As adults, we look back on our youth and say, "if only I knew then what I know now". How many of us also, as we get older, "discover" a talent that has never been recognized and say "if only". If this Chart report simply indicates a talent that can be nurtured early in life, as opposed to laying dormant for too long a time, or forever, then the author's objective has been reached.



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