Clark Jerome Kent

Archetypes: The Mystic, Soul of the Journalist, Mask of the King

11 29b36
10 23a39 E23l17
9 22l04
8 26k26
12 04d34 Kent, Clark Jerome
28-Feb-66 15:38
Smallville, Kansas
Long: 97.37
Lat.: 38.50
7 05k08
1 5e08 D01k22
6 04j34
2 26e26
3 22f04 I22h10R
4 23g39
5 29h36
Cardinal :
Fixed : 2
Mutable : 8
Fire :
Earth : 2
Water : 5
Air : 3
Active : 3
Resultant : 4
Reactive : 3

Dynamic Focus : Saturn Oppose Uranus: He must employ subtle or indirect methods to achieve his goals.

Mental Chemistry: Fast Moon, Mercury Preceding Sun: He has unusual mental comprehension, but may be impatient and wasteful of energy. His mind is eager and untrammeled, free from interference from feelings or inner reactions. His mental faculties are aggressive and uncompromising but he also has the type of mind that works well with others. He tends to be easily impressed.

Venus Follows Sun: He has the type of personality that feels after the act, judging the performance of an act (by himself or others) after it has been transacted, on the basis of aesthetics, procedure, or its reception. Generally, he does not allow his emotions to directly guide him through his daily life, employing his emotional nature instead in an evaluative or judicial manner.

Cutting Planet: Pluto He tends to enter new experiences through efforts at improving current conditions. He has a great deal of courage and resourcefulness and his new experiences may involve secret activities, corporate money, or scientific endeavors. He may exhibit a reckless or autocratic attitude when trying to influence others.

Trailing Planet: Jupiter He ends his yearly cycles with a greater philosophical understanding of the evolutionary and spiritual purpose of live and the need for generosity of spirit.

Practical Director: Venus He is concerned with the value and ideals behind his work, insisting on making a personal impression on everything he touches. He is sensitive and appreciative of people, things and situations, and this assists him in realizing their value (and disadvantages) as they relate to his life and his work.

With Leo rising, natives are self-assured and have a zest for life. Not easily swayed by others opinions, they are willful and proud. Also, they see no problem in expressing themselves vociferously in almost any situation, occasionally causing problems since their opinion is not always asked for. Occasionally, these people are "show-offs" who like others who hold the same beliefs as they do. Their natural assertiveness drives them to impress others with ideas and they make excellent salesmen in proving their point.

Intimate relationships may suffer, however, from a difficulty to compromise and these natives should try to develop better listening habits around others.

Sun in Pisces: As a Piscean, the native is extremely sensitive to the thoughts and feelings of others. Lack of strong willpower is made up by their sympathy for those they come in contact with, especially the poor, weak, or downcast. Generosity is occasionally bountiful, but usually to those who are "worthy". As a rule, the Piscean is good-natured and benevolent but is frequently shy and reserved around others. "Moderation" is a keyword for the Piscean as the duality of this sign keeps them on an even keel, content in the background, frequently keeping them from speaking up and taking a stand on an issue.
Sun in Eight House: He is a serious person, attracted to mysteries and asking questions about the deepest aspects of life.
Sun square Moon: This signifies a conflict between the conscious mind and the unconscious. A poor childhood may make for a poor understanding of the opposite sex. Natives plunge into things as a means of escape and are their own worst enemy. Persons with this aspect tend to be insecure, quiet individuals who find it difficult to express themselves in a way which satisfies them. They are always plunging into things in an attempt to find happiness.

Moon in Gemini: With Moon in Gemini, the emotional response of natives to life is like a pendulum shifting and swinging constantly. They respond to every change in the emotional environment, but more often than not fail to commit themselves to any one thing in particular. As a rule, they are restless and are given more to thinking up practical solutions to problems than to weighty, abstract discussions. Thus, natives are readily able to tackle problems and then move quickly to other events awaiting them. Natives are great people to have around in a crisis or emergency as they keep a cool head.
Moon in Eleventh House: With the Moon in this house, this person has a powerful emotional need for companionship, and group activities, but although he may have many acquaintances, they may not be of a lasting or meaningful nature. His motivations and objectives vary with his mood and his emotional state is influenced by the opinions of his friends.
Moon Conjunct Jupiter: This bestows a big-hearted, charitable nature and good health, if the native avoids an overindulgence in food. These people are cheerful and optimistic and are very capable of loving others.
Moon Square Saturn: Persons with this aspect are apt to be lonely and insecure, resulting in a moody and negative personality. They become fixated on the past -- sometimes stemming from difficulties with their mother -- and are socially awkward.
Moon square Uranus: These natives are imaginative and exceptionally talented yet suffer from extreme moodiness. Unless indicated by other portions of the chart, they can act immorally and do not nurture others. They crave excitement.
Moon square Pluto: These natives are intense, emotional people who rarely listen to the advice of others. They can be impatient and hate to get bogged down in trivialities. They're very independent and can be overbearing in relationships.

Mercury in Pisces: Those born with Mercury in Pisces have a very imaginative mind which is impressionable to the thoughts and actions of others. Thus, they may suffer emotionally from any intended or unintended slights from people and need to learn that peoples' words shouldn't be taken at face value. There is a danger that natives may "follow the crowd" in the way they speak and act, wearing the latest fashions, for instance, to fit "in". They must not be afraid to make up their own mind. In general, though, their sensitive thoughts and actions make them welcome among friends and family.
Mercury in Ninth House: Mercury here indicates an interest in higher education and the underlying fundamental ideas that govern prevailing social thought, philosophy, law, and religious beliefs. His decisions will be based on ethical and moral considerations as well as the practical. Persons with Mercury in the Ninth House love travel and will go long distances to acquire knowledge that they deem important.
Mercury Sextile Venus: This bestows a harmony between the mind and feelings, instilling literary, artistic and musical talent into natives. They are likely to sing well and may compose music.
Mercury Conjunct Mars: These natives have sharp, aggressive, uncompromising and investigative minds which excel at finding the truth. They are competitive, love debate, and speak their minds bluntly. Being mechanically inclined, they also make good engineers.
Mercury square Jupiter: These natives are good natured but tend to be foolhardy and procrastinate. Sometimes they speak foolishly when they should listen. If they learn pragmatism, they can channel themselves into constructive pursuits.
Mercury Trine Neptune: This confers extraordinary powers of visualization and imagination as well unusual sensitivity. An inspiration to others, these people possess an intuition which borders on being supernatural.

Venus in Aquarius: These natives display friendliness to all they meet; however, this may be as far as their emotional attachment goes to most people. There is usually an openness and impulsiveness to their romantic relationships, and generally little thought is given to the practical matters of maintaining a long-term relationship. As a rule, natives find standard moral strictures confining and seek their own standards of conduct in personal relationships. Thus, their love principles are an extension of the freedom they feel is necessary for good living.
Venus in Sixth House: Venus situated here indicates his social life is established through his work and that his work is usually related to artistic pursuits or social doings. Chances are he will marry someone met through work.
Venus Oppose Ascendant: With this position, natives are usually blessed with a harmonious married life. They marry for love and are devoted to their life partners.

Mars in Pisces: Mars here gives strong emotions from the unconscious mind and there is a danger of unconscious resentments and repressed anger that can lead to negative expression both psychological and physical. Excessive emotional sensitivity can stand in the way of direct and decisive action, leading him to act in secret to avoid confrontation.
Mars in Ninth House: He has an interest in philosophical, educational, religious, and social causes and may be an aggressive promoter of the ideals he espouses. He has a love of travel and may seek adventure and broad experience leading to foreign travel as well as higher education.
Mars Square Jupiter: This indicates someone likely to use religions and/or social beliefs for financial profit, self-gratification and self-aggrandizement. There is a tendency to fanatical or controversial religious and social beliefs.
Mars Conjunct Saturn: He has the capacity for hard work, strength, endurance, and courage in situations of great difficulty and danger. There may also be a tendency toward anger, resentment, and malice as well as an ambition for power.
Mars Trine Neptune: This aspect indicates a highly psychic nature that can be used in healing. Their keen sensitivity allows them to detect insincerity in others as well as sensing danger. They have the ability to act decisively yet secretively, outmaneuvering their opponents.

Jupiter in Gemini: This placement indicates a love of philosophy and an interest studying the important concepts in the history of religion, law, philosophy and education. Persons with this placement have an intellectual curiosity that can lead to mental self-improvement and a broad intellectual comprehension of many fields which can allow them to put together a general outline of social, historical, and political trends. However, there may also be a tendency to superficiality and 'book learning' unsupported by practical experience or observation.
Jupiter in Eleventh House: This indicates a person who achieves his goals through group activities (such as religious, educational, or fraternal organizations) and friendships. He is concerned with the welfare of humanity at large and a spirit of co-operation and mutual consideration makes id possible for him to successfully carry out large constructive endeavors.
Jupiter Square Saturn: There is a basic conflict between his internal and external affairs, between his responsibility to himself as a person and to the world at large.
Jupiter Square Uranus: There is an excess of impulsiveness and impracticality. Persons with this aspect will tend to go overboard on grandiose schemes or idealistic causes only to abandon them just as suddenly as they took them on.
Jupiter Square Pluto: This aspect indicates a person who tends toward religious and philosophical dogmatism coupled with a rebelliousness against contemporary forms. They may exhibit a certain willfulness and mental pride, whether justified or not.
Jupiter Sextile MidHeaven: The configuration favors an excellent reputation, good fortune in domestic affairs, and professional success.

Saturn in Pisces: This is a difficult position as Saturn governs karma and Pisces is the sign of karma. Persons with this placement have a tendency to become trapped in memories of the past and an overactive and fearful imagination can make it hard to deal effectively with the demands of here-and-now. However, this placement can also give the humility, emotional understanding and willingness to work hard on the behalf of those less fortunate.
Saturn in Eight House: Saturn in this house indicates responsibilities concerning corporate finances, insurance, taxes, inheritance and other people's money and property.
Saturn Oppose Uranus: This aspect indicates a tendency toward inconsistent and dictatorial attitudes as they rarely 'practice what they preach'. (Saturn's hard work ethic versus Uranus's idealism and abruptness.)
Saturn Trine Neptune: This aspects grants the ability to organize and carry on professional activities behind the scenes. They are skillful at solving mysteries and ferreting out secrets.
Saturn Oppose Pluto: This indicates serious karmic issues and misfortune, usually due to the native's personal connection to adverse conditions of mass destiny.

Uranus in Virgo: This position indicates he is one of a generation with original yet practical ideas regarding work methods.
Uranus in Second House: This indicates a person who is impulsive with money, earning and losing it with equal abruptness.
Uranus Sextile Neptune: Generational - A member of a generation with an interest in spiritual consciousness and development.
Uranus Conjunct Pluto: Generational - A member of a generation whose destiny appears to be to overthrow or regenerate outmoded social institutions by creating a more precise understanding of the underlying laws that govern the conditions in society that need improvement.

Neptune in Scorpio: Generational - A period of exploitation of humanity's natural desires such as sex and drugs.
Neptune in Fourth House: Persons with this placement have strong unconscious, often karmic, ties to home and family along with a desire to 'mother' the world.
Neptune Sextile Pluto This aspect is of extremely long duration. Therefore, this aspect affects world karma and mass destiny far more than it influences individual natives. It indicates a tremendous opportunity for spiritual advancement in world civilization.

Pluto in Virgo: Generational - He is a member of a generation born at a time of revolutionary changes in employment, industry, and medicine as well as sexual morality.
Pluto in Second House: Persons with this placement have a driving ambition to acquire material resources and wealth.

General Information:

Lack of planets in Fire signs marks patient natives who may have a passive outlook on life, allowing others to take charge and lead the way.

The lack of Earth elements in the natal chart indicates someone who may have difficulty in managing the many details of life because they focus on the 'bigger picture'.

A balance of planets in Air elements indicates a rational mind with a need for intellectual stimulation.

Furthermore, a large number of Water elements gives strong emotional drives and deep feelings for all things which impinge upon the native.

Lack of planets in Cardinal modalities indicates a native who may be timid in acting and carrying out plans. One tends not to be a 'take charge' person.

Lastly, with a concentration of Mutable signs, the native may be disposed to going out of the way to accommodate others. Without a doubt, compromise is paramount to this person.

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