Notwithstanding Shakespeare’s admonition,
“The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,
But in ourselves, that we are underlings.”
Julius Caesar (I, ii, 140-141)
Cynthia McKinney is a Pisces Sun, born March, 17th, 1955 (no time given). One of the most telling aspects in her chart is her Sag Moon, which sits in the first house of The US chart. How does this manifest in McKinneyâ€™s views and outlook? While she was a congresswoman from Atlanta, she was an outspoken opponent of Israel and funding their interests. As unpopular position on Capitol Hill to hold as there can be, McKinney soon found herself on the outside of the beltway, losing her election to Denise Majette in the Democratic primary, which saw a number of Republicans cast their votes to the Majette side. With Moon in Sag, McKinneyâ€™s tongue can earn her as many enemies as it can friends. Unlike the two majority candidates that differentiated themselves in a shade of rather dull grey during the last debate, McKinney vividly stands out for her views in technicolor HD. Itâ€™s the Sag Moon, sitting in The US first house that has her as an open and active advocate of the 911 Truth Movement, a vigorous supporter of anti-war legislation, and one of the few polls that actually introduced articles of impeachment against, President Bush, Dick Cheney and Condoleeza Rice. She also wanted Martin Luther Kingâ€™s assasination records unsealed and a further investiagtion into the death of Tupac Shakur. Obama and McCain speak of â€œchangeâ€ and â€œreformâ€ but Cynthia McKinney doesnâ€™t invest in lip service, sheâ€™s said the â€œwrongâ€ thing once too many times, but she nonetheless is willing to challenge the status quo with her radical and occasionally unpopular opinions. She is wired for change at the risk of being accepted.
I have this theory that we were supposed to resolve the deep polarity of the Mars in Gemini configuration when Sag was in Pluto, that the US could transform itâ€™s national identity with with Pluto in itâ€™s first house. Gemini wants to differentiate and categorize while Sag wants to unify and have a broad and comprehensive understanding without the minutiae. What The US did during the thirteen years that Pluto was in Sag was to project that sense if unification in the guise of freedom, nation building and the spread of democracy outward instead of internalizing it and transforming from within. As a result, the energy that could have been used to close the gap between the right and left actually added to the deepening chasm.
McKinney also has some other interesting aspects in her chart.
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