Jul 302013
 

Prince George arrived exactly as I suspected he would!  This child is going to be an amazingly interesting soul.  I have been noticing what other astrologers have posted about his natal chart.  So far, not one has picked up on something so astonishingly profound in his nature…..this little Prince has zero of the AIR element in his chart.   AIR rules the intellect.  AIR is what gives us space and perspective.  AIR gives us the ability to breathe.  AIR is about flowing like the wind.  Just because someone is missing AIR, it doesn’t mean they are not intelligent.  In fact, quite the opposite when one considers that Albert Einstein and Thomas Jefferson also had zero AIR.  Some astrologers feel that when you are missing an element it means you have “been there and done that” before, so no need to do it again.  In other words, you have mastered that element.   Did you notice when his father talked to the press, about his new son, he commented on his lungs, where we take in AIR?   Often a missing element will show up in the body.  Down the road, he may have some minor sinus, breathing, or lung issues.  It is not uncommon for people with no AIR to master the art of flying in the element they personally lack. So he may become a pilot like his father.  Prince George was blessed with a gorgeous grand trine in the water signs.  He is a sweet, serious, and determined little soul.  This one is all about feeling things intensely, and his personality will probably be rather contained. Do not expect him to be like his Uncle Harry!  His Mars is next to Jupiter.  I am sure he will be very athletic, just like both his parents.  He is named after Queen Elizabeth’s father, King George. Guess what?   King George had zero EARTH.  These patterns of missing elements show up in the charts of people who are often quite extraordinary.

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