A fun spin on serious cosmic stuff! Wendell C. Perry has 40 years experience studying astrology and how it impacts personalities & relationships. He's written two books & published articles in astrology magazines. He's happy to share this website so that you, too, can have fun with astrology to help you in everyday life!
At first glance, Milo Yiannopoulis would seem to be an unlikely hero for the right wing of this country. He is British by birth and he’s not just openly gay, he’s flamboyantly gay. And yet, Yiannopoulis is a senior editor for the alt-right Breitbart Newa and has become a favorite speaker and advocate for conservative causes.
Or at least, that was the case until yesterday, when he was disinvited to speak at a major Republican event because of remarks he made regarding pedophilia. Milo tried to draw a distinction between consensual sexual relations between an adult and a youngster who is sexually mature but under the age of consent, and sexual contact forced on a prepuberal child. This proved to be one step too far for many of his conservative fans.
Some people say that the main reason the Trump hired Reince Priebus to be his Chief of Staff is so that Steve Bannon would have someone to beat up when he woke up cranky after his afternoon nap. Recently, however, Trump has found another use for Priebus. His Chief of Staff has become the latest Trump surrogate to be thrown into the President’s ongoing cage match with the press.
The question that Priebus had to answer was whether or not the press was (as President Trump recently tweeted) “the enemy of the American people.” Priebus answer was, to paraphrase, “of course they are.” After all they report allegations that come from unnamed sources. Since he was born in 1972, Priebus might be forgiven for not remembering that this same sort of reporting established the wrong doing of Richard Nixon.
After Kellyanne Conway blew her credibility by citing a massacre that never happened, and then broke the law by shilling for Ivanka Trump’s clothing line on national TV, Donald Trump had to find a new surrogate to go on television news and talk shows. He found what he needed in Stephen Miller.
We do not have a time of birth for Miller, (click on Stephen Miller to see a horoscope done for noon on his birthday) but there several features of the chart that still jump out. Miller was born with his Sun in the first degree of Virgo and his Moon in Sagittarius. It is easy for Virgos to hide their ego behind a cause or a stronger ego, and the Moon in Sagittarius is always outspoken about what they believe. If Trump was looking for a true believer, he couldn’t have found a better Sun/Moon combination.
On this Valentine's Day, a day that's supposed to be all about love, the pervasive mood seems to be anger. In the U.S. we have a lot of people enraged by the election of Donald Trump, a candidate who owes his rise to power to the anger of the supposedly forgotten, white, working class. In Europe we see a tidal wave of anger as Europeans reacte to the influx of refugees, most of whom are trying to escape angry men who are dropping bombs and firing automatic weapons. Around the world, anger seems to be the most common emotion. This is a year when the Valentine's Day card you send your loved one might say "I'm a lot less mad at you that I am at most people."
Astrologically, the question of why everyone is so angry is has an easy answer. The square aspect between Uranus and Pluto, though waning, is still in force. Between 2011 and 2015 I wrote about this aspect numerous times. I described it as a bad marriage in which the worst of the two parties involved (namely Uranus and Pluto) was exposed, and that certainly was the case.