Transcript of "HRH Prince George Alexander Louis - a brief Psychological Astrology analysis of his birthchart "
HRH Prince George Alexander Louis, son of the Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge. Born on July 22nd
2013 at 4.24pm in London, UK.
A brief Birth Chart analysis from a Psychological Astrology
Margaret Gray MSW D. Psych. Astrology www.astrologypsychological.com
When looking at the birth chart of any infant, the
question always arises as to what our purpose is for doing so? Is it to assuage parental
concerns or to support their conscious and unconscious hopes and dreams for their
child? No doubt some of both is natural for all parents. However, as a psychological
astrologer my core focus is on information in the birth chart that may be of help to the
parents in supporting the most expansive, nurturing, soul in human form experience, for
their child on this planet.
In the case of this new Royal baby it can be easy to fall into making predictions. We can
forget that although he is probably the most public individual in the world right now, he is
still a little infant at the start of his journey on this planet. Hence there is a multitude of
potential ways that he may choose to live out the energies in his chart.
So what would I say to his parents were they to come for a consultation?
I would probably start by telling them that the strongest elements in the chart of their
son are Earth and Water. Hence he has great sensitivity as well as being able to
ground fairly easily in his body and on planet earth. Being in nature is likely to be of
great comfort to him – both the ocean and in greenery. He is particularly likely to
resonate and find it easy to communicate with animals. From an early age he may
benefit from some support in learning ways to work with his intuitive abilities so that he
doesn’t feel overwhelmed by them at times. The creative arts are likely to provide a
wonderful expressive medium as well as a container for his emotions.
With natal Moon in Capricorn in aspect to Saturn, as well as opposite the Sun, I would
suggest that his parents can offer comfort through allowing him time and privacy to
digest and process emotions. He is also likely to find comfort through physical contact,
although it is preferable to allow him to choose when he needs and/or wants this. As he
is likely to be sensitive to rejection and to criticism, his parents may need to go to some
lengths to reassure him of their love for him on an on-going basis. Needing to know the
truth in all situations, as he is likely to already know it at a visceral level, he will benefit
from his parents being open and honest with him at all times. This includes issues to do
with family secrets. His body is in all probability the greatest radar of his feelings.
I would suggest to his parents that one of his soul themes is about integrating his
emotions with his sense of self. Hence his parents can help him to find a place of
balance between the Cancerian expression and the Capricornian containment. I would
also suggest that part of his soul learning here is likely to entail discovering and
expressing who he is in a different manner from other family members. In doing so, he
can help other members of the family matrix past and present, to reclaim some of their
lost voices. I would also point out to them that he has some very strong inner resources
which he is likely to put to use on behalf of others. In addition I would suggest to his
parents that one of his tasks here is likely to be to heal a sense of difference, reminding
us that we are all one.
With Uranus the only planet in Fire in his chart, I would advise his parents that he may
benefit from being given advance warning of changes, as he is likely to find comfort in
routine and familiarity. However, he may at times create sudden changes in his life and
in the structures he inhabits, which surprise him and all around him.
(There is of course a lot more to say about this chart as well as the Synastry and
Composite with his parents and other family members on both sides of the family.
These are merely some initial thoughts).
Copyright Margaret Gray July 2013