ot what people expect. Shaking it up. The liberator. The eccentric leader. You look funny. Following your own path. Marching to your own beat. Rushing in and out of people’s lives. Frenetic relationships. Not blending in. My way or the highway. Burn the bridge and ask questions later. Break away. Extremely independent. It’s hard for you to see someone else as a mirror – you don’t sit still long enough to reflect. You reject any path that your parents might force upon you. If your parents are hippies, you work for a bank. If your parents are bankers, you join the circus.
Inconsistent effort. Inconsistent presence in your own life. A changeable perspective and changeable goals. The outer impression doesn’t match the inner person. Pushing people away or keeping them at a distance. Lots of friends but few confidantes – maybe none. Difficulty forming close, consistent relationships with others. Needing breathing space. Appearing as the individualist. On the world’s stage, you are the wrench in the works. You appear to be on a unique path. Wearing the rebel’s costume.
Using disruptive behavior to prevent others from getting to know the inner you. Over-identification with a rebel persona. Relying too much on disruptive behavior patterns. Shooting yourself in the foot by preventing intimacy. Pushing people away by being cranky. Attempting to conform makes you angry, resentful, and full of spite. Sometimes you can’t hold yourself back from pushing other people’s buttons. Sometimes you feel it’s your duty to incite change. You emit an electrical charge when you enter a room. You catch people off-guard. You can incite panic. Turning yourself into the black sheep. Focusing on what makes you different.
Choosing especially to explore what makes you different rather than what you have in common with others. You help the world heal differences by pointing them out. You prevent the world from joining hands by pointing out differences. Choosing to stick out like a sore thumb. Maybe you have a chip on your shoulder. Your physical body is shocking. You have a radical way of moving through the world. Antennae. Not fitting anywhere. Loose cannon. The embodiment of technology.
Perceiving that change is always better. Change for the sake of change. Chaos for the sake of chaos. Rebel without a cause. Going to extremes to elicit reaction. Body mod. Scarification. Extreme piercing. Vivid hair dye. Maybe too much attachment to external reactions to your appearance. What would happen if people didn’t notice you? Would you still be unique? The mask of the outsider might conceal your inner life too well. Setting a new style. Learning to appreciate your unique appearance. Embracing everything about the way you look that doesn’t fit into conventional notions of beauty. Challenging conventional notions of how we should look. Hair that looks fried. Being the outsider because of your appearance. Getting picked on. Pushing past the comfortable, easy, accessible images of beauty presented to you. Wanting to look as if you’re from another planet. Stellular physical identity. Galactic style. Liberated appearance. Liberated initial interactions. Not giving a shit what people think about the way you look. Your true appearance in the world bursts forth. You free yourself from others’ limited viewpoint.
Future-thinking leaders. People want to follow you, but they don’t know where you’re going. Energetic. Can’t sit still. Attracted to danger. Likes an erratic schedule. A shocking start to life. A shocking entrance. Shocking acts. A shocking presence. A shocking lifestyle. Show us new ways of living life. Show us what lies beyond the 8-5 workday. Entrepreneurs. Leading through brilliance. Leading with originality. Being assertively anti-establishment. A conduit. A channel. A magnet for change. Proponents of liberation and change. Freedom fighters. Stirring up the complacent. Shocking presence. Leading others into strange territory. A revolutionary approach. What’s old is new again. What’s new is new again. What’s new is old again. The body is a physical portal to other dimensions. The manifestation of the soul’s frayed vibes. Concretization of electrical currents.
Being bristly to keep others away. Distaste for the conventional. Lack of respect for tradition. The future is progress. Progress without humaneness. Lack of empathy for other viewpoints. Such a strong viewpoint, it strains. You make things exciting but you’re a thorn in people’s side when they want to relax and unwind. You don’t let others relax. You don’t respect other people’s need for stability. The future is not always brighter. You’re irritating. Emotional ties and conventionality force you to go it alone most of the time. You fit in best with counter-culture figures. Normal society finds your presence upsetting. The rules of social etiquette elude you. Restrictive relationship demands are shrugged off. You take off all your clothes and run naked through the streets.
People with Uranus / Ascendant Aspects:
- Jack Kerouac: Uranus in Pisces opposite ascendant in Virgo
- Keanu Reeves: Uranus conjunct Ascendant in Virgo
- Kurt Cobain: Uranus conjunct Ascendant in Virgo
- Bill Gates: Uranus in Leo conjunct Ascendant in Cancer
- Che Guevara: Uranus conjunct Ascendant in Aries
- Sophie Marceau: Uranus conjunct Ascendant in Virgo
- James Dean: Uranus conjunct Ascendant in Aries
- Chris Evans (actor): Uranus conjunct Ascendant in Scorpio
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