Posts Tagged ‘Pisces’
The birthday boy for September 27 is Meat Loaf.
I was sort of surprised to discover that Meat Loaf is a Libra after watching him on the “Celebrity Apprentice.” He really wears his heart on his sleeve, and that’s something I don’t expect to see from most Libra natives.
However, I did punch up his chart a moment ago to learn that he has a first-house Pisces moon. That explains everything, especially the vacillation between rational and irrational behavior to deal with stress. I don’t know if he’s ever had to deal with any addiction issues, but he’s lucky if he hasn’t resorted to that manner of “coping mechanisms” within his lifetime. The potential to take the easy way out is certainly in his chart.
The birthday girl for June 27 is Khloé Kardashian.
Of the three Kardashian sisters, I find Khloé to be the most-tolerable. That probably has more to do with my chart than with hers. I’m a Capricorn with a Cancer moon and a Libra rising. Kourtney is an Aries, and I’ve made no attempt on this blog to gloss over how unlike an Aries I am. Kim is a Libra, and although I get along well with most Libra natives, I find their passive/aggressive nature to be at odds with my businesslike Capricorn approach; if I don’t like something I’m more likely to tell you that I don’t like than to punish you in an obstructionist manner.
I like Khloé’s frankness. I also like her relationship with her brother, Rob. Rob is a Pisces, so it makes sense that he gets along with his sister who shares a water sign. I’d probably get along with Rob, too, though. Still, I can’t bring myself to watch their television shows for more than a few minutes. Maybe I just resent the fact that there’s not a Capricorn to be found on any of their shows.
The birthday boy for June 18 is Blake Shelton.
Shelton is a funny guy. He’s very upfront and lacking in pretense. In that respect, he is an ideal example of many of the qualities of his sun sign. What interests me most about the singer is that he sits on the judges’ panel of “The Voice” with another Gemini, a Sagittarius and a Pisces native — all mutable signs.
It’s surprising that anyone can make a decision on the show! It’s no surprise, however, that the decisions made are often capricious and difficult for both the audience and the contestants to understand. I wouldn’t want my fate to be in the hands of a panel of mutable personalities. Just one reality-show judge with a mutable sun-sign is enough. If you don’t belive me, just watch an episode of “Celebrity Apprentice.”
The birthday boy for May 17 is Tony Parker.
All I know about Tony Parker is that he’s Eva Longoria’s ex-husband. She’s a Pisces.
If I was asked about the sun-sign compatibility of Parker and Longoria before they were married, I would have said that will bring out both the best and the worst in each other. While I know nothing of the circumstances that led to their divorce, I kind of want to look into it now. To me this is a match made in astrological heaven, until one of them gets drunk and accidentally drives off of a cliff after a really good party . . .
The birthday boy for May 11 is Cory Monteith.
I’ve already discussed Taurus Tom Welling as the perennial boy-next-door type. It’s no surprise that Cory Monteith is a Taurus, too. The “Glee” star turned thirty this month and he’s still playing a high school student.
The funny thing about both of these guys is that I don’t believe that they look young enough to get away with playing teenagers, but I don’t really care. I like both of them in the roles, so I’m willing to suspend my disbelief in order to enjoy the programs. Would I do the same thing for someone born under another sign? Probably not! Although I do have a similar affinity with Pisces natives, I didn’t buy James Van Der Beek as a teenager on “Dawson’s Creek” at all, and he was in his mid-twenties while filming that show.
Again, I’m showing my Taurus bias. I really do let them get away with anything.
More catching up to do! Maybe by the end of this week . . .
The birthday girl for May 1 is Farah Fath.
I don’t know much about Fath because I don’t regularly watch the soaps that she appeared in. However, I did watch “Dirty Soap” on E! Fath and her boyfriend, fellow soap actor John-Paul Lavoisier, were my favorites on the reality show. Lavoisier is a Pisces. On the other hand, Fath’s nemesis on the show was actress Kirsten Storms, who just happened to be an Aries. I couldn’t stand her!
It’s funny that I also find myself enjoying the company of Taurus and Pisces natives in real life, while I tend to avoid most Aries natives like the plague. It’s as if the universe has programmed my aversion to the sign of Aries into my DNA. Sorry, Kirsten Storms!
The birthday girl for March 20 is Kathy Ireland.
It amazes me that Ireland is as successful as she is. When she was modeling, I didn’t find anything about her to be particularly compelling. Now that she’s a businesswoman, I don’t live to buy her products. In fact, I don’t even know what she sells or where she sells it. I do know that she got lucky when she got the right people behind her when she started her “brand,” just like the Olsen twins or Jessica Simpson.
But even luck isn’t in her chart. Ireland was born when Venus was conjunct Saturn. That is an aspect that is often considered to thwart artistic expression. Through adverse transits it’s also considered to bring bad luck to business dealings. Without an accurate birthtime, however, I can’t place the aspect within the houses to elucidate this matter. There’s nothing I can do to explain her chart.
I almost feel as if I’m going to find out that she’s been lying about the year she was born: something that happens with celebrities every now and then. Nothing else can explain how she’s become a billion-dollar corporation when no one even really knows who she is. She’s an enigma wrapped in a riddle and stuffed into a package that is glossy and nice too look at but remarkably unmemorable.