My first glance at the chart of Rick Perry, Republican Presidential Candidate, produced the thought, “Why isn’t he working in a hospital?”
Sun in Pisces and Saturn conjunct moon in Virgo is an individual concerned with health, mental and physical. That Saturn on the moon opposite the sun makes me wonder if his mother or other female family member wasn’t chronically ill and demanding of Perry’s attention for care.
I went to Wikipedia and learned that Perry studied animal science then went to work in cotton farming with his father. I bet Perry wanted to be a veterinarian.
I have advice for Perry – don’t run for president of the United States.
If you see Perry sit him down with a cup of chamomile (other beverages probably upset his stomach) and explain the difference between:
- Helping people
- Being president of the United States
Perry, with his Piscean naiveté probably believes these two activities to be the same.
If Perry wants to help people heal or grow, as he might have done with a family member, he should choose a different vocation. I have some ideas:
- Surgeon General (if he insists on being in government)
- A new federal position I call Veterinarian General to work on the protection and care of the nation’s animals
- Doctor or nurse
- Head of a non-profit health organization
- Business owner of health/spirituality product
- Massage therapist
- Marriage or family counselor
Neptune will soon be transiting Perry’s natal sun. He may very well change careers at that time in to something more spiritual or religious. He may also deal with illness either of his own person or the illness of someone close.
Saturn is now transiting Perry’s natal Mars and Neptune. I don’t know in what house these planets reside as I don’t have Perry’s time of birth. I suspect the physically attractive Perry will be perceived as doing something “ugly” or will have something “ugly” done to him that will injure his sense of fairness.
I don’t believe Perry can handle the ugliness of politics. While he may sacrifice for others, he doesn’t really want to get his hands dirty and roll in the mud. Sacrifice is one thing; an ugly reputation is another.
Some sudden changes to Perry’s home life will occur this month and next with Mars in Cancer hopping on his natal Uranus in Cancer. Perry probably experiences home life “shifts” every seven years or so, the Uranus “seven-year itch” cycle.
I don’t expect to see Perry on the ballot in November 2012. I hope he exits gracefully rather than with mud all over his white shirts. If he really wants to help people, as his chart suggests, he doesn’t really have to climb to the top of Everest. There are more people to help at sea level.