Spitzer’s Actual Birth Chart

A fellow astrologer sent me what purpports to be “the real” Spitzer chart.

We might also mention the Mars/Venus aspect, called the “Charlie Chaplin” aspect because it promotes constant “coupling”, i.e. highly sexed. 

The Moon, Venus, Mars and Uranus are all involved in a Tsquare with Neptune in Scorpio making him vulnerable to dark, complicated, sexual, highly sexed, out of control women with power issues.  Perhaps his father and mother played out these roles [see below]. 

Now that we have the  houses, a deeper understanding is possible. and with it, as always, greater compassion.  With Saturn in Capricorn in the 12th, Spitzer is truly acting act for the Collective in the Jungian sense — personifying all world class hypocrites, for example, or all cheating husbands or all thoughtless, selfish fathers.  He symbolizes a product of the paternaistic world order.   It’s a heavy karmic load, a big karmic burden.  That is the way to think about Saturn in Capricorn in the 12th. 

Spitzer may also  have deep and complicated issues with the Establishment (also because of Aries South Node) and his own father.  This may be  his way of rebelling against the unconscious and unwanted pressures of his father and the Establishment, guaranteed to be horrific with this chart, or it may be working out a trait that runs in the family.  People with a Cardinal Cross on the angles carry forward family traits as do people with Saturn in the 12th.

Another celebrity who crashed his own program with Saturn in the 12th was OJ Simpson.

It is tempting to put this behavior at the foot of Spitzer’s father.

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~ by nancyfenn on April 3, 2008.

3 Responses to “Spitzer’s Actual Birth Chart”

  1. May I please say that what makes this even more intense is that on Wednesday, February 20 there was a Full Moon in Virgo
    which was a Total Lunar Eclipse at 1º[Virgo] 50’.

    If you look at it in his chart the moon EXACTLY conjuncts his Pluto in his 8th house. WOW – that is WAY TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT.

    Can you imagine how amazing he could have been as a leader if he had been following “spiritual law”? He could have been infinitely amazingly awesome for the consciousness on the planet.

  2. March 11, 2008
    A Song for Elliott Spitzer: Instant Karma

    [you tube – john lennon singing Instant Karma]

    You dished it out. Now lets see if you can take it. In all the financial companies in NYC, today there was much talk of “what goes around, comes around”. The karma here was not exactly instant. But it was certain. Elliott Spitzer, welcome to Hell.

    Instant Karma’s gonna get you,
    Gonna knock you right on the head,
    You better get yourself together,
    Pretty soon you’re gonna be dead,
    What in the world you thinking of,
    Laughing in the face of love,
    What on earth you tryin’ to do,
    It’s up to you, yeah you.

    Instant Karma’s gonna get you,
    Gonna look you right in the face,
    Better get yourself together darlin’,
    Join the human race,
    How in the world you gonna see,
    Laughin’ at fools like me,
    Who on earth d’you think you are,
    A super star,
    Well, right you are.

    Well we all shine on,
    Like the moon and the stars and the sun,
    Well we all shine on,
    Ev’ryone come on.

    Instant Karma’s gonna get you,
    Gonna knock you off your feet,
    Better recognize your brothers,
    Ev’ryone you meet,
    Why in the world are we here,
    Surely not to live in pain and fear,
    Why on earth are you there,
    When you’re ev’rywhere,
    Come and get your share.

  3. The Governor of New York, Eliot Spitzer, has resigned for being a longtime customer of a high-priced prostitution ring.

    The President of the United States, George W. Bush, remains, disgracing his office for longtime repeated violations of the Constitution, federal
    laws and international treaties to which the US is a solemn signatory.

    In his forthright resignation statement, Eliot Spitzer — the prominent corporate crime buster — asserted that: “Over the course of my public life, I have insisted, I believe correctly, that people, regardless of their position or power, take responsibility for their conduct. I can and will ask no less of myself.”

    In a recent speech to a partisan Republican fundraising audience, George W. Bush fictionalized his Iraq war exploits and other related actions, and said that next January he will leave office “with his head held high.”

    Eliot Spitzer violated certain laws regarding prostitution and transferring of money through banks — though the latter was disputed by some legal experts — and for such moral turpitude emotionally harmed himself, his family and his friends.

    George W. Bush violated federal laws against torture, against spying on Americans without judicial approval, against due process of law and habeas corpus in arresting Americans without charges, imprisoning them and limited their access to attorneys. He committed a massive war of aggression, under false pretenses, violating again and again treaties such as the Geneva Conventions, the UN Charter, federal statutes and the Constitution.

    This war and its associated actions have cost the lives of one million Iraqis, over 4000 Americans, caused hundreds of thousands of serious injuries and diseases related to the destruction of Iraq’s public health facilities. As the popular button puts it: “He lied. They died.”

    From the moment the news emerged about Spitzer’s sexual frolics the calls came for his immediate resignation. They came from the pundits and editorialists; they came from Republicans and they started coming from his fellow Democrats in the Assembly.

    Speaker Sheldon Silver told Spitzer that many Democrats in the Assembly would abandon him in any impeachment vote.

    George W. Bush is a recidivist war criminal and chronic violator of so many laws that the Center for Constitutional Rights has clustered them into five major impeachable “High Crimes and Misdemeanors” (under Article II, section .4)

    Scores of leaders of the bar, including Michael Greco, former president of the American Bar Association, and legal scholars and former Congressional lawmakers have decried his laceration of the rule of law and his frequent declarations that signify that he believes he is above the law.

    Many retired high military officers, diplomats and security officials have openly opposed his costly militaristic disasters.

    Only Cong. Dennis Kucinich (Dem. Ohio) has publicly called for his impeachment.

    No other member of Congress has moved toward his impeachment. To the contrary, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Dem. Calif.), Rep. Steny Hoyer (Dem. MD) and House Judiciary Committee Chairman, John Conyers (Dem. Mich.) publicly took “impeachment off the table” in 2006.

    When Senator Russ Feingold (Dem. Wisc.) introduced a Resolution to merely /censure/ George W. Bush for his clear, repeated violations of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act — a felony — his fellow Democrats looked the other way and ignored him.

    Eliot Spitzer came under the rule of law and paid the price with his governorship and perhaps may face criminal charges.

    George W. Bush is effectively immune from federal criminal and civil laws because no American has standing to sue him and the Attorney General, who does, is his handpicked cabinet member.

    Moreover, the courts have consistently refused to take cases involving the conduct of foreign and military policy by the president and the Vice President regardless of the seriousness of the violation. The courts pronounce such disputes as “political” and say they have to be worked out by the Congress — i.e. mainly the impeachment authority.

    Meanwhile, the American people have no authority to challenge these governmental crimes, which are committed in their name, and are rendered defenseless except for elections, which the two Party duopoly has rigged, commercialized, and trivialized. Even in this electoral arena, a collective vote of ouster of the incumbents does not bring public officials to justice, just to another position usually in the high paying corporate world.

    So, on January 21, 2009, George W. Bush and Dick Cheney will be fugitives from justice without any Sheriffs, prosecutors or courts willing to uphold the rule of law.

    What are the lessons from the differential treatment of a public official who consorts with prostitutes, without affecting his public policies, and a President who behaves like King George III did in 1776 and commits the exact kinds of multiple violations that Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and other founders of our Republic envisioned for invoking the impeachment provision of their carefully crafted checks and balances in the Constitution?

    Well let’s see.

    First, Bush and Cheney are advised not to travel to Brattleboro or Marlboro Vermont, two New England towns whose voters, in their frustrated outrage, passed non-binding articles instructing town officials to arrest them inside their jurisdictions.

    Second, George W. Bush better not go to some men’s room at an airport and tap the shoe of the fellow in the next stall. While one lame-duck Senator barely survived that charge, for the President it would mean a massive public demand for his resignation.

    We certainly can do better as a country of laws, not men.

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