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I almost didn’t write this blog, because, of course, of course, of course, he has the Jupiter progression discovered and talked about only here at Xtrology. Using Secondary Progressions, when you get a positive aspect from Jupiter to natal or vice versa, you just won the lottery. We all get it at several points in our lives, and when you look back, those will be the best times in your life.

Piers Morgan is an Aries with Venus conjunct his Sun. I was looking for his time of birth and I noticed another site making a big deal about this. Your Venus will always be close to your Sun either in the same sign or the sign on either side — with a very, very few exceptions. So it’s not a big deal. Mercury, same thing, always in your sign or the sign before or after. So Piers has his Sun, Venus and Mercury in Aries. So do millions of other people.

I’m much more interested in his Pisces Moon, because he has a reputation for being a little mean. Pisces Moon people bleed for the universe. But there is a noteworthy planet siting next to it, Saturn, — giving it that Capricorn Moon influence because Saturn rules Capricorn. And those people, with almost no exceptions are not nice (think Camille Grammer and her, “friend,” Allison DuBois). So this makes for an interesting person, kind, generous, very sensitive Pisces Moon and every gesture has a touch of evil, Saturn conjunct Moon.

Opposing this Moon/Saturn is Mars, Uranus and Pluto and this adds a degree or two of difficulty.

But the good news, his natal Jupiter has moved out-of-sign into Taurus where is will be for seventeen years. Yeah, I said that. But here’s the downside. Exactly at that time, when he loses the protection of Jupiter, Jupiter squares (remember those opposition planets) Saturn, Mars & Uranus at 11 degrees. He will only be 63 years old at that time, and it will hit him like a ship sinking.

But for now, CNN, sagging ratings will benefit from the wit and wisdom of Piers Morgan.

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