Monday, May 14, 2012

THE ASTROLOGY OF FAME- THE T-SQUARE

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                                                          Lady Gaga has a T-Square
                              Neptune/Mars opposition to Pallas also T-Squares 4th house Sun

Do you have what it takes for fame? The signs are in the stars  and here is what they are saying about "most" if not "all"  famous people. The common threads of fame found in their astrological charts is no mere coincidence. Let's start with the first on the list, not that the other's are any less important but this is the most obvious when looking at the charts of the famous.  






1.The T-Square or some call it the T-Cross. This type of configuration occurs when two planets oppose each other and both are squared by a 3rd planet. The T-square often produces major obstacles in one's life but can also be a driving force to overcome these. The houses involved will show where the obstacles are most likely to be found. These obstacles however create tremendous drive, and because of this most find tremendous success. The focal point will tell you where the success lies or at least some part of it. The T-square is a catalyst to success and achievement that many famous people have.


   
"T-squares show great energy and stress and are often featured in the charts of very successful and famous people. Once these people learn to harness the energy it will provide great motivation and drive."





2. The Grand Trine



A Grand trine occurs when 3 planets are placed equal distance apart approximately 120 degrees. This is slightly not as common as a T-square when it comes to fame but
common enough. The creative energy flows with a grand Trine much smoother and with less difficulty. Some believe it to be benefits passed on from deeds well done in our
last life. However, because the energy flows so easily some people that have them develop inertia and unfortunately do nothing with the creative energy. However, the ones that do take advantage and utilize this energy will accomplish much! A perfect example of the Grand trine utilized to it's potential would be Oprah Winfrey who's Grand Trine lies in Air and involves her 3rd house. The 3rd house is the house of communications, media, journalism, writing etc... She used it.


3. Neptune


Neptune rules the cinema. Along with other spiritual matters, and things like, delusion, religion, fantasy , movies, mimicking and things of that nature. If you take a look at most famous peoples charts mostly creative famous people not so much politicians but actors, dancers, artist, writers etc.. Neptune is playing a important role. It will be prominent, making aspects to personal planets,  in their first  house of "self" or aspecting one of their personal planets such as their sun, moon, mercury, Venus or ascendant. Sometimes it may involve the 12th house which Neptune rules;  but more often than not Neptune is in highly aspected.



4. Jupiter


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Benefactor Jupiter expands what it touches and in the charts of famous people you will find him on the ascendant, involved in a grand trine in the 2nd or10th house, and less often but still prominent in the 5th house. Jupiter in the 10th house often indicates some sort of fame or at least a great public image. If it is a famous writer it would then more than likely will involve the 3rd house (writing, communication, speech, intelligence) etc. One of the personal planets such as the Sun, Moon, Mercury or Venus would likely be in aspect to a planet in the 8th house of other peoples money, Jupiter in the 2nd, 3rd, or 10th is very common. Writing talent meets other peoples money is a recipe for success in writing. Many famous writers have this. In addition add in the 1st, 11th or 8th house and this can reek of a " Best Seller". It may also be involved in a t-square but Jupiter needs to be in one of the career or money houses most often than not.  If you also look at the progressed chart and  transits to it for indications as to when this T-square might be set of or aspects to your Progressed Moon for a idea when this fame will most likely happen and to not miss the opportunity.

Venus is another planet necessary for fame for Venus in the right place can make other's love you, want to be you or increase your following at the very least make give you Star quality looks. This is important when you are looking to be famous. Venus makes a person likable and attractive to the majority. This is especially true if it is Conjunct, Trine, or sextile the sun, in the 1st house, Conjunct Ascendant in the 7th house and obviously the 10th as well.  Venus in the 1st house or in conjunction with the sun or ascendant can produce someone with movie star looks, charisma and charm but it doesn't necessarily spell fame in of itself.

Look at your chart and see which houses your t-square or grand trine involve for area of specialty along with the planets and what they represent. If you don't have a t-square or grand trine it is still very possible just make sure you have some Neptune contacts along with a little help from Jupiter and then go for it! 


For a even deeper analysis of what it takes to make it, you can continue reading in the Private Members Only section. or visit my consultations page to see if you have a promise of fame within your chart.

7 comments:

  1. I have a T-Square in which the focal point is mars in my 5th house. I am a very creatively talented person. I paint, dance and write music. I hope to be discovered soon. I have noticed the same thing in doing research on the "Stars" I look at there charts and the T-square is just about guaranteed! Much love, Love your blog!

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  2. I too have a T-Square with the Apex planet being Mars but mine is in the 3rd. I am a writer and am in the process of getting my book published. I hope to be famous for it!

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  3. Thanks for Reading Zella! I hope you get discovered too! The drive the T-square produces won't let you have it any other way. Keep keeping on!

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  4. Hi Lynn,

    Thanks for visiting! I hope your book gets published and you get famous too! Good Luck!

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  5. I have venus in taurus 10th house and jupiter and neptune in 5th house.I also have sun conjunct Mc,sun trine neptune and neptune trine Mc. What do these aspects mean?

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  6. Hi Newbie, thank you for visiting! Without seeing the whole chart we can't be totally sure, but assuming there are no other blockers. It would appear that you would have much career success and quite a bit of luck, especially in fields of entertainment, beauty, fashion, acting or in fields that have to do with all things taurus and venus such as; massage, beauty and anything to do with luxury and fine items.

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  7. I am a Actor and come from a family of pretty well to know Actors and Actresses. I won't name drop here but I will have to agree with all that you wrote here. My mother has heavy Neptune and a T-square focal point 5th house. She has been acting consistently for the past 30 years. My Sister is a pretty famous music Artist, she has heavy Venus Aspects including Sun and Jupiter. Her T-square focal point is in the 8th house. Two of my best friends are also in the industry who both came out with two major blockbuster summer movies this year and they both have a T-squares and heavy Neptune Aspects. I do not have a T-square but I have two grand trines and heavy Neptune Aspects mostly Squares, I just got my first major film debut that I am taking off to film for 4 months this month. I am fairly new to astrology but I love it and I love your blog, I have been hanging out. Thank you.

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