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11. Scorpio

12. fifth house

13. Capricorn

14. Scorpio

15. Scorpio; Mars

16. Aquarius, Pisces; Saturn, Jupiter

17. Gemini

18. Libra

19. twelfth house

20. first, fifth, ninth

21. second, sixth, tenth

22. fourth house cusp

23. first house cusp

24. Gemini, Virgo

25. Venus; Taurus, Libra

Lesson 5: Quiz (page 53)

Venus in Aquarius in the fifth house (Ruler Uranus in Virgo in the twelfth house.) Venus represents the affections, the social urge, the sense of values and how you show any of these qualities.

With Venus in Aquarius, Roosevelt showed his affections in a cool fashion; his feelings were ruled more by intellect than emotion. His social urges were often individualistic and at times unpredictable. His sense of values leaned more towards the humane and the progressive. With the ruler Uranus in the practical sign Virgo, he expressed these qualities in a down-to-earth way.

Adding some Leo overtones, since Leo is the natural sign of the fifth house, we find him romantic, idealistic, self-assured and generous, but only as far as the intellect of Aquarius and the earthiness of Virgo will allow.

The fifth house position shows that his affections, values and social urges were directed toward his children, love affairs and pleasurable sports; most of his creativity was channelled into a practical area, work—in his case politics.

Mars in Gemini in the tenth house (Ruler Mercury in Aquarius in the sixth house.) Mars represents energy, action, the aggressive urge, initiative and how you expend them.

Mars in Gemini shows versatility; thus he expressed his energies in many different ways. Since Gemini is an air sign, we can say that Roosevelt needed to involve his mind in. whatever he did.

With the ruler Mercury in Aquarius in the sixth house, we add more of the air quality, the quick wit, the independent way of thinking and the love and talent for communication. Much of this was shown through work since the ruler is in the sixth house.

The tenth house position of Mars adds a nuance of Capricorn; this helps to ground the changeable Gemini nature

Figure 14: The Natal Horoscope of Franklin Delano Roosevelt This is the completed chart from page 73 in lesson 7.

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Figure 14: The Natal Horoscope of Franklin Delano Roosevelt This is the completed chart from page 73 in lesson 7.

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and to direct it into responsible and serious avenues. Instead of being restless and scatterbrained, he appeared businesslike and hardworking.

Since the tenth house stands for profession, career, honor, ambition and so on, we now realize that most of his energies were to further these personal aims.

Jupiter in Taurus in the eighth house (Ruler Venus in Aquarius in the fifth house.) Jupiter represents the ability to expand and grow, the protective urge and philosophical aspirations.

In Taurus this growth progressed in a stable way. He had the patience to work his way up; his ideals stayed in practical realms, and he showed thoroughness in all his endeavors. Since the ruler Venus is in Aquarius in the fifth house, again his aims and expansion pattern were based on reasoning and his mental processes were creative and inventive.

Scorpio, the natural sign of the eighth house, produces resourcefulness and gave him good probing and investigative ability. The eighth house shows the support we receive from other people, and Roosevelt has not only Jupiter but Saturn and Neptune in this house as well. You will find that most politicians have strong eighth houses. No wonder, since support from other people is the basis of politics.

Saturn in Taurus in the eighth house (Ruler Venus in Aquarius in the fifth house.) As you see, Saturn is in the same sign and house as Jupiter. Whereas Jupiter represents the ability to expand and to grow, Saturn represents the security and the safety urge. It shows the capacity for a career and the discipline and responsibilities required. It is the teacher and taskmaster of the horoscope.

With Saturn in the earth sign Taurus, Roosevelt readily accepted responsibility and discipline. This placement also indicates a great need for security, and most earth signs seek it in material areas. But with the ruler in Aquarius he found much of this security in his own intellectual ability; his career was based on his capacity to communicate well. This is something that we often encounter in charts that have a predominance of air signs.

The Scorpio overtone of the eighth house would add depth to the Taurus Saturn, reinforcing his determination and

Figure 15: The Natal Horoscope of Judy Garland This is the completed chart from page 76 in lesson 7.

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Lesson 8: The Sun (page 80)

If you have delineated Judy Garland's chart and are just checking in the Appendix to see how you did, congratulations! You are on your way to becoming an astrologer. If you did not, keep in mind that our entire delineation of this horoscope is based on keywords and phrases taken from this book. Your learning experience is to check back to see which words we did or did not use and why.

The Sun in Gemini in the twelfth house We find Judy Garland's inner self or basic personality in Gemini. Her nature was dual, adaptable (reinforced by many mutable planets), talkative (reinforced by the Moon in Sagittarius), sympathetic (reinforced by ruler Mercury in Cancer) and restless (reinforced by many cadent and mutable planets). Because the ruler of Gemini is in Cancer, some of the scatterbrained or idle-chatter qualities will be toned down, and we can say that she was more tenacious, conscientious and emotional than if Mercury were also in Gemini. Communication is important, though, especially since the third house of communication has Leo on the cusp, which is ruled by the Sun in Gemini. She was irresponsible at times and needed changes of scenery (substantiated by Sun square Uranus, which we will deal with later).

We've already discussed some of the Cancerian overtones added by the ruler Mercury in Cancer; we also must add a Pisces nuance because the Sun in the twelfth house takes on the Pisces qualities of compassion, sympathy and emotion. (This fits with the overview which we have already established.) We can say that she was musical, not because we know that this is Judy Garland the singer, but because Pisces and Taurus are musical signs. Neptune rules the Midheaven (her career), and Venus, the ruler of Taurus, is strong in this chart because it is angular in the first house.

Judy Garland's Sun is in the twelfth house; in this position the Sun shines behind the scenes, and we must assume that she would have preferred a less public life. Yet a twelfth house Sun is often the position of actors and actresses; instead of revealing themselves, they can hide behind a role. Although she did not work in an institution but in a big movie studio, according to her descriptions it often felt like an institution. She did not do research (another twelfth house occupation); the rest of the chart does not reinforce that inclination, but with all the Cancer in her chart she could have done some charitable work had she decided to go in that direction.

Because Judy Garland's Sun has many difficult aspects, we can say that she was her own worst enemy.

Sun Opposition Mars Judy Garland's Sun is in nearly exact opposition to Mars; this made her a fighter, gave her enthusiasm and indicates that she was quite outspoken. She did not come on too forcefully though, because neither Gemini nor Cancer act that way, but she did speak before she thought and perhaps put her foot into her mouth or hurt people unwillingly. Once the see-saw motion of an opposition becomes balanced and the awareness of the polarity has been learned, oppositions become helpful and positive. We don't feel that Judy Garland ever learned this.

Sun square Uranus Sun square Uranus made Judy Garland impulsive, rash and eccentric; she did her own thing without concern for what it did to others. However, this square gave her tremendous magnetism, especially in her career, since Uranus is near her Midheaven. It also made her nervous and accident-prone, and she certainly did attract upsetting conditions and events.

Sun sextile Neptune Sun sextile Neptune provides imagination and creativity. We will fully delineate Neptune when we come to lesson 16. This aspect made her tender (Cancer is strong in her chart) and romantic because Neptune is in the romantic sign Leo. This aspect also showed that she was devoted to her mate and family.

Lesson 9: The Moon (page 104)

The Moon in Sagittarius in the sixth house We are now discussing Judy Garland's emotional makeup; the Moon shows moods, instincts, desires and needs. When we look at the description of the Moon in Sagittarius, we have to keep in mind that Garland's Moon is ruled by Jupiter in Libra in the fourth house and also that her Moon is in the sixth house adding Virgo overtones. We must also look at the aspects in order to understand the potential uses of this placement of the Moon.

The Moon in Sagittarius indicates that Judy Garland was socially accepting, naive, but also not unaware of class consciousness because the ruler Jupiter is in Libra, and Libra is refined at times to the point of being snobbish. She was open and friendly but this showed up more in her work (sixth house) than in her private life because of the twelfth house Sun. She was searching, inspirational and restless; these qualities have already been established in our overview and in our delineation of her Sun. When we look at the Moon's aspects, we see that she had only squares and oppositions which are challenging and tension-producing. We can deduce from this that she had many problems keeping her emotions under control. This fact needs to be kept in mind when delineating the Moon. For this reason we have picked some of the less positive keywords and phrases to describe this placement of the Moon.

We can say that she was unsettled in both mind and body, that she required a lot of activity and that she needed to roam. She was actually more sensitive than her free and breezy attitude revealed. Religion, poetry, philosophy and music were important to her, and she liked to help others. She loved freedom and independence, but only to a certain point because her Cancer stellium made her somewhat dependent. She was careless and sometimes reckless. All tension-producing aspects challenge a person to great activity and achievement. In talking about the Moon we are dealing with emotional challenges; if there are too many of these challenges, life can become extremely difficult and often overwhelming.

The Libra overtones (the ruler of Sagittarius is Jupiter in Libra) add charm, a desire to please and to be liked, and an in-decisiveness. This Libra influence also reinforced her fondness for the arts.

The sixth house position of the Moon shows Virgo nuances; Garland responded well to appreciation and encouragement, but she tended to be over-eager emotionally (also seen in the aspects). The Virgo feeling added industriousness and a desire for perfection.

With the Moon in her sixth house we see changeability, not only in her emotional makeup but in her work as well. Wherever we find the Moon in a chart is where there are ups and downs; Judy Garland's work reflected this flux. We can also assume that she liked to mother people, and that when she took the time she was a good cook. We can also say that many of her illnesses were psychosomatic, brought on by her nervousness and emotionalism.

Moon opposition Mercury The Moon is in nearly exact opposition to Mercury (1 ° orb). This made her unreasonable, overly sensitive (seen in previous aspects), but also loyal to friends and causes. Highstrung and excitable, she needed to learn about compromise and self-control.

Moon square Saturn. The Moon is in a close square to Saturn (less than a 2° orb). This is a difficult aspect since it indicates an insecurity that nearly always dates back to childhood and difficulties with one of the parents—in her case the mother. This square made Judy Garland work very hard trying to prove herself, and it also shows a lack of self-confidence.

Lesson 10: Mercury (page 135)

Mercury in Cancer in the twelfth house Mercury represents mental capacity, reasoning ability and the means of communication. Judy Garland's Mercury is in Cancer, ruled by the Moon in Sagittarius in the sixth house. Again we interpret the Cancer feeling with certain Sagittarian overtones, and then we add some Piscean feeling because of the house position.

Judy Garland's mental qualities were emotional, and she was swayed by her senses instead of reasoning in a detached and objective way. Although tenacious, she was also influenced by her environment; this made her moody and changeable. (These are all factors which we have already seen and which we are now confirming.) Kindness and praise would be the most effective way to reach Judy Garland. She was creative and intuitive with empathy for the suffering of others, but she also tended to feel sorry for herself. Since Mercury has few but mostly challenging aspects we can say that she was mentally evasive, and with the twelfth house position of the Sun we can also say that she found it difficult to face the truth or herself—two factors which go hand in hand. Home and family were important to her, but again, with the ruler Moon in Sagittarius in the sixth house, the emphasis is more on work than it would be were the Moon in another sign or house.

Sagittarius adds sincerity, a good sense of humor, impulsiveness and a multitude of interests (which she had anyway with the Sun in Gemini). The twelfth house position adds Piscean overtones; this re-emphasizes her intuition and the romantic inclination of her thinking process; again it shows that she kept her innermost thoughts well under cover.

Mercury in the twelfth house indicates that her mind worked in subtle ways, that she lacked confidence (seen before), but that she hid this fact. She needed to face reality rather than live in a dream world. Mercury in this house again substantiates that her decisions were based on feeling rather than reason.

Mercury square Saturn This shows that she was traditional, shy and reserved, but also hardworking, responsible and ambitious. This aspect again indicates childhood difficulties, this time relating more to her father. Mercury square Saturn also indicates insecurity and defensiveness that could easily lead to depression. We would not call her suspicious because neither Sagittarius, where the ruler of Mercury is placed, nor Gemini (her Sun sign) support that fact.

Lesson 11: Venus (page 158)

Venus in Cancer in the first house Judy Garland's Venus is also in Cancer, and again the ruler is in Sagittarius in the sixth house. Venus is angular in the first house, which adds an Aries overtone. Venus in Cancer indicates that Garland was sensitive, idealistic and self-indulgent. Since Venus represents affections, values and social urges, we can say that Garland was looking for an ideal mate to love and to be loved by, a romantic person who would protect her and not hurt her.

Fearful of being hurt, she did not show this, but rather she kept busy or put on an "I don't care" act. Venus in Cancer also indicates gentleness and charm, and again we note that she liked to care for her loved ones.

With the ruler of her Venus in Sagittarius we see idealism and also flirtatiousness. The first house Aries overtone again shows her magnetic appeal and her restlessness. It also adds a certain ardor to her style and love nature.

Venus in the first house indicates beauty, personal grace and a happy disposition. She liked to be spoiled and enjoyed social occasions and lovely surroundings. Her personality was outgoing and acting was easy for her; she liked flirting and music and had a sweet tooth. Her ego was healthy, and she could be quite self-indulgent. These are all traits that we have noted previously in her chart. There is one sentence in our delineation of Venus in the first house that does not fit Judy Garland: "Early life is usually pleasant." In the delineations of the Sun, the Moon and Mercury, that we saw the Sun/Mars opposition, the Moon/Saturn square and the Mercury/Saturn square all indicate parental problems. Since the parents represent the early life we have to conclude that her youth could not have been easy, although it might have had its pleasant moments and rewards.

Venus inconjunct Mars This gave Judy Garland difficulties in satisfying her desires. She needed to overcome a negative attitude towards herself. Often taken advantage of, her drive to succeed was usually at the cost of love and affection.

Venus trine Uranus This again shows her magnetic personality and also her tendency to fall in love quickly and often. She relished life and had an abundance of creativity which we know that she used. She needed an adequate outlet for her emotions. This aspect again substantiates the fact that she might have had more than one marriage and certainly more than one partner.

Lesson 12: Mars (page 179)

Mars in Sagittarius in the sixth house Mars shows drive, energy and sexual inclinations. Garland's Mars in Sagittarius in the sixth house had Virgo overtones. Jupiter, the ruler of Sagittarius, is in Libra.

Mars in Sagittarius indicates that she operated with great bursts of energy but that she did not have much endurance. With her love of change she often embraced new ideas without investigating them first. She had great natural vitality, rhythm, tempo and harmony. Cheerful and socially popular, she was sexually exploratory; this is substantiated by Aquarius on the cusp of the eighth house, the house of sex. She lacked follow-through because Mars has difficult aspects, but the Libra nuance would add charm, cooperation and sociability to this placement. The Virgo overtone shows her enjoyment and enthusiasm for work, as well as a certain discipline. Mars in the sixth house again substantiates that she was a hard worker; it also indicates that she could drive herself unmercifully, even to the point of illness; in fact, her co-workers may have found her pace difficult to keep up with. She had a hot temper which she needed to control, and since she was ambitious to get ahead in life, she probably learned this fairly early.

Mars square Uranus This indicates a strong will; it also indicates a leader who can go far once self-restraint has been learned. She needed to recognize her limitations, or else she would overwork or have accidents. Again we see reckless love affairs and quick marriages. This is not a chart that indicates what we might call an orderly or well regulated life.

Mars trine Neptune This is the easiest and most flowing aspect that Mars makes. This flow should be used to develop positive expressions of drive and energy. It shows talent in musical or literary areas which should be fully developed. We know that she used her musical talent, but she never developed her writing ability. She was sympathetic, inspirational, loving and emotional—tendencies that we have already seen in many other areas in her chart.

Lesson 13: Jupiter (page 198)

Jupiter in Libra in the fourth house Jupiter shows the area of expansion; in Libra it expresses itself in an artistic, sociable, cooperative and refined way. Venus, the ruler of Libra, is in Cancer in the first house; therefore we must add some

Cancerian overtones, both because of the ruler and because of the fourth house position.

However, it was hard to keep an emotional balance and there was occasional indecision. Judy Garland's Jupiter has three aspects: one flowing and two challenging. With this in mind, we feel that it was easy for her to expand artistically, to be popular and to be a good conversationalist, especially since we have had confirmation of these abilities by other aspects in the chart. The Cancer overtone adds generosity, the ability to relate well to the public, graciousness and maybe a weight problem. Because Jupiter is exalted in Cancer, this overtone is a beneficial one.

Jupiter inconjunct Uranus This made her overly optimistic, lacking in attention to details and not very self-disciplined. Yet this aspect also indicates that she had to learn inner discipline to avoid financial difficulties. She also had to learn not to be pressured into proving herself again and again, both to her friends (Uranus is the natural ruler of the eleventh house of friendship) and in her career (Uranus is near the Midheaven, signifying career).

Jupiter sextile Neptune This again shows her musical and creative ability, but also indicates that she could have used this energy in a religious or spritual way had she wanted to. This aspect again shows that the areas of writing, charity and social work could have been good areas for her.

Jupiter square Pluto This re-emphasizes the feelings of inadequacy which we have seen before in this chart. This aspect left her torn between supreme self-confidence and self-doubt. In hindsight we know that she used both the negative and positive approaches in her lifetime. At times she would be arrogant, exaggerate, take big gambles and jump into adventures. She was not likely to set herself up as a law unto herself because of the strong Cancer influence in the chart; Cancer prefers to please and to adhere to existing laws whenever possible.

Lesson 14: Saturn (page 216)

Saturn in Libra in the fourth house Saturn is well placed in Libra, the sign of its exaltation. However, the only aspects

Saturn makes in Judy Garland's chart are squares to the Moon and Mercury, which we delineated in lessons 9 and 10. Both of these squares are nearly exact; therefore they form a basic part of her character. We also note that Saturn in the fourth house and the ruler Venus in Cancer add strong Cancerian overtones; in the fourth house the planet Saturn is not comfortable, nor working at its best. All of these factors have to be kept in mind when looking at this horoscope. Because of Saturn's difficult aspects, Judy Garland was not as disciplined and responsible as one might assume under other circumstances, nor was she very good at organizational planning or business. The learning lessons of Saturn would all apply since squares in a chart all indicate the need to learn or to achieve something. Because her Saturn rules the seventh house, marriage required patience and hard work. Relating to others was also one of the lessons to learn. She was demanding, both of others and herself, and sometimes intolerant.

Adding some Cancer feeling reinforces traits that we have already noticed, such as that her early family life was difficult and probably left scars, the sense of responsibility she felt toward her family, the hiding of her inner thoughts and feelings to preserve an aura of dignity, her need for love and approval, a troubled home life, hypersensitivity and a tendency to gain weight.

The fourth house position of Saturn again shows difficulties with one of the parents and a strong attachment to the family. She did better away from her home or place of birth; her innate feeling of inadequacy and insecurity spurred her to great achievement and made her try doubly hard at anything she undertook. She was prone to digestive problems, mainly brought on by worry and emotionalism. A good spiritual attitude would have helped to overcome many of these problems.

Saturn is the teacher, the taskmaster. It can bring delays and impose limitations. But Saturn is totally just and fair; what you sow is what you reap. If you accept Saturn's lessons positively, you will reap your rewards. Garland's lessons were difficult because her emotional insecurity was deeply ingrained. She was easily depressed, and we know that for her the quickest way to overcome these feelings was through her work, where she received applause and acclaim. But her career kept her too busy to really look within herself, to overcome her problems from the inside out instead of from the outside in. Had she taken the time to do this, she might have matured differently and been a much happier person. But she did not choose that course, and we see how her free will ultimately determined the way she lived.

Lesson 15: Uranus (page 235)

Uranus in Pisces in the tenth house Uranus is the most elevated planet in Judy Garland's horoscope, and therefore very important. Because Uranus stays in each sign for about seven years, millions of people have Uranus there. Therefore, the house position becomes more important than the sign. All of the people with Uranus in Pisces are intuitive, but Judy Garland, with many planets in water signs, was especially intuitive. All people born within these seven years would reflect some of the changeability of Uranus in Pisces, but Garland, with many mutable planets, reflected this trait much more. We have already established her artistic abilities and acting talents, and this placement of Uranus and the ruler Neptune in Leo emphasized these. Uranus also confirms other characteristics which we have previously seen: oversensitivity, nervousness, the need to learn her limits and the need to relax. She had both challenging and flowing aspects to Uranus and it was up to her to choose which ones she would use most. This placement also indicates the wish to escape with the help of drugs, alcohol or sex.

The Capricorn nuance added to Uranus in the tenth house showed a forward-looking attitude, yet also a reluctance to let go of yesterday. This also confirms her sense of restlessness and her nervous temperament.

Uranus in the tenth house indicated that she could be a fighter for a cause or a rebel against any kind of authority. Since there are both flowing and challenging aspects, it was up to her how she was going to use these energies. We know by hindsight that she chose the latter course. This position also helped to bring on the many disappointments and career changes she experienced, and it also explains why she was so often misunderstood. We don't know if she had any interest in astrology or occult matters, but she could have been so inclined.

Uranus inconjunct (quincunx) Neptune This indicates that she was a great protector of the underdog, that she abhorred injustice, but that she also felt guilty for not doing enough in any of these areas. As a result, she often chose not to do any of it, becoming self-centered or self-absorbed instead. Again we see that Garland and the many others who have this aspect are creative and original. In this chart though, because Uranus is in the tenth house conjunct the Midheaven and the ruler Neptune in the second house, part of this originality provided her with inner and outer resources, that is, inner talent and the ability to earn money with that talent.

Uranus trine Pluto. This gave her endurance and strength, and it enabled her to accept new concepts. It also provided her with an idealistic outlook. Again we realize that since Uranus is so close to her Midheaven (her career), and Pluto is so close to her Ascendant (her outer personality) that much of that strength, endurance and idealism was applied to her career.

Lesson 16: Neptune (page 251)

Neptune in Leo in the second house Veiled Neptune, the planet of illusion and delusion, dreams, deception, spiritual enlightenment, artistic talent and creativity, is placed in dramatic Leo and the ruler Sun in Gemini.

As we explained in lesson 16, Neptune remains in each sign for fourteen years; it is a generational planet. All people born with Neptune in Leo have romantic inclinations with an inborn idealism and artistic ability. In Garland's chart we have seen her talents and potentials in the field of entertainment; this would only serve to reinforce what we have previously determined, including the Gemini versatility of being able to act, dance, sing and more.

Neptune in the second house relates to Taurus. This adds an aesthetic approach to the arts and a need for security, which we have already seen in many other areas. Neptune in the second house indicates that her financial judgment was weak and that she needed to be honest and avoid any monetary schemes; this position of Neptune indicates that money flowed through her fingers. Because Neptune is the ruler of Pisces and Pisces is the sign on her Midheaven, we can see that she could earn money through whatever career she chose. Since most of Neptune's aspects are easy and flowing, we feel that earning money was not hard for her, but keeping and managing it was difficult.

All of the aspects to Neptune have already been delineated, when we discussed the aspects for the Sun, Mars, Jupiter and Uranus.

Lesson 17: Pluto (page 266)

Pluto in Cancer in the first house Pluto remained in Cancer for twenty-five years. As we pointed out in lesson 17, it brought about many generational changes. In the personal chart it shows a great need for security—a quality always associated with Cancer. In Garland's case we know by now that security was one of her basic needs, as was the need to achieve emotional maturity. Her Pluto in Cancer is ruled by the Moon in Sagittarius, which added optimism and much enthusiasm and gave her a bubbly quality, which was quite noticeable since Pluto is positioned close to her Ascendant. Because of this proximity we know that Pluto had much influence on her personality.

Pluto in the first house indicated intensity, a craving for power and a tremendous ambition. Her personality was magnetic, yet she showed many faces to the world—sometimes brooding, sometimes energetic, sometimes passionate and at other times restless.

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