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312 March 12: politicalastrology.com on the history of Saturn in Romney’s life

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Mitt Romney and a History of Saturn: Part I

Posted by on Thursday, June 30 2011

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is the current frontrunner in the Republican presidential nomination contest. How did he get to where he is, and what might his past say about his future? I propose a key planet to understanding Mitt Romney’s life is through the transits of Saturn. Saturn makes one full return every 29-30 years, a half return every 14-15 years, and a quarter return about every 7 years. In this first part, I will be solely concentrating on the Saturn transits to the position of his natal Saturn from his birth to the present day. In the second part, I will be showing other assorted Saturn transits in Mitt Romney’s life that speak to other aspects of his career, and hopefully will confirm, augment and complement the findings here.

Saturn 2 Leo 1947: “Miracle Baby”

Mitt Romney was born at 9:51 am on March 12th 1947 in Detroit, Michigan to George and Lenore Romney. George Romney was a rising star in the automotive industry at the time who would later go on into politics and even run for President. George Romney sensed something special about the child, as his wife Lenore had been told by doctors a few years before that she would not be able to have any more children, but she had faith. Up until the time of birth the health of the mother was in doubt, but mother and child ended up fine. In his proud announcement to his employees. George and Lenore would refer to their new son as their “miracle baby”. Romney was born with Saturn at 2 Leo, while it was anti-culminating on the IC. Saturn is the planet of ambition, struggle, responsibility and interestingly enough, father figures. The IC is a point of focus for the family and homelife. Saturn also rules the opposite end of the IC, the Midheaven, which is a point of focus for one’s career and reputation. As we will see, Mitt Romney’s career has been inextricably linked to his father and his family, something which Mitt Romney himself has always talked about.

For more of the article on the History of Saturn in Romney’s Political life, check out politicalatrology.com:

http://politicalastrologyblog.com/2011/06/30/mitt-romney-and-a-history-of-saturn-part-i/#respond

312 March 12: Maddam Lichtenstein reads Romney’s Horoscope

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Mitt Romney Mitt Romney was born on March 12, 1947 in Detroit Michigan at 9:51am according to the Political Astrology blog. This makes him a sun sign Pisces – emotional, romantic, somewhat intuitive and possibly soft, foggy and moody. But before we get too deep into his planets, lets look at his chart shape, modes and elements.

Chart Shape, Modes and Elements

Romney’s chart appears to have a seesaw shape where there are two distinct groups of planets on either side of the wheel. This shows a very dynamic personality that demands balance and resolution. The dynamicism plays out in a major opposition which in Romney’s case is Venus (love) in Aquarius (humanity and great causes) in the 10th house (career) opposite Pluto (great transformation) in Leo (on the public stage) in the 4th house (home and family). This opposition forms a backdrop of issues that are woven through the course of his life and will require him to deal with conflicting values, issues and choices.

For more of Maddam Lichtenstein’s reading of Gov Romney’s Horoscope, please check out her site at : http://thestarryeye.typepad.com/newage/2011/08/mitt-romney-horoscope.html#tpe-action-posted-6a00d8341cdd0d53ef015435f36968970c

312 March 12: Lynn Hayes looks at Romney

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Mitt Romney is gaining a bit of a reputation as a flip-flopper, but with  three planets in Pisces (plus Ceres) it’s his nature to be adaptable.  Pisces is  the most watery of the water planets: Cancer is an earthy water and Scorpio is a  fiery water, but Pisces is pure water in the sense that it tends to take the  shape of whatever container it finds itself in.  Pisces longs for peace and an  understanding that there is more to life than this material world.  There is a  strong sense of empathy and sensitivity in someone who has a strong Pisces  nature, but there is also a dislike of confrontation and a tendency toward  escapism that can lead him to take the easy path rather than the one that is  more true to his nature.

For more of Ms Hayes analysis of Gov Romney, check our her blog at: http://blog.beliefnet.com/astrologicalmusings/2007/10/a-look-at-mitt-romney.html/page/2/

Mars and Mercury fall in Pisces as well as his Sun, giving him a strong  Piscean nature.  Mercury in Pisces shows that his mental function is very watery  and intuitive, as well as being flexible and adaptable.  If something isn’t  working, he has no problem changing his mind to fit the current circumstance.   And Mars in Pisces is the peacemaker – the god of war in the sign of surrender.   Mars, as the planet that expresses our will and desires,  cannot find its full  expression in the sign that seeks to merge with the great beyond and this  further weakens Romney’s ability to assert himself strongly in any  situation.

Read more: http://blog.beliefnet.com/astrologicalmusings/2007/10/a-look-at-mitt-romney.html#ixzz1a3WJXfpw