Sep 15, 2009

Glenn Beck Feb 10, 1964: Sun AQ-Moon Cap

Glenn Beck, moderator of The Glenn Beck Show on talk radio, and Fox News TV's guru of political discourse, was born on February 10, 1964 in Mount Vernon, Washington.

As his Wiki bio linked above tells, Beck is a 'self-described recovering alcoholic and drug addict' who credits Alcoholics Anonymous for his sobriety. And as a Roman Catholic who converted to the Latter Day Saints faith, Mr. Beck is under notice not to drink by way of the LDS' health message.

He calls himself a libertarian, too, but since I never listen to him or watch him perform his schtick on radio or TV, I can't say precisely what he means by it.

Feb 10, 1964

Since the Moon remained in ambitious Capricorn for the entire 24-hour period of his day of birth, we may consider Sun Aquarius-Moon Capricorn for his Sun-Moon blend, an Air-Earth combo of energies which has an 'up in the air, down to earth' flavor simultaneously.

The Earth-Air combo is good at making plans and taking action without delay, and it's a master of the practical mundane world. Yet it may easily become stuck in a cost-efficient approach, and may seem rather dry and scientific for it discounts indulging in the world of feelings as if it's a sign of weakness.

Sun AQ-Moon Cap: shrewd honesty; understands human nature; emotionally detached to avoid dependence on others; intimacy not a strong point; enjoys a challenge and a calculated risk; is a practical reformer who possesses firmness of purpose. Independent and full of common sense, this blend is a dedicated searcher for truth with inventive abilities and organizational talent.

'Images for Integration: A revolutionary is elected president...An alien civilization comes to Earth to rescue man from imminent destruction.' (Sun Sign, Moon Sign, Charles and Suzi Harvey.)

The Sun AQ-Moon Cap blend is shared natally by a cast of interesting characters:

Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Edison, Mia Farrow, Betty Friedan, Rosa Parks, Mary Quant, Franco Zefferelli, Jeb Bush, and John Barrymore, who intoned:

"In Genesis it says that it is not good for a man to be alone, but sometimes it's a great relief."

And with Mr. Beck's propensity and flair for controversy and the political shenanigans which have caused him to lose a large share of his advertising sponsorships, perhaps it's more helpful to remember this quote from President Lincoln:

"With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God give us to see the right."

With malice toward none?

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