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Beliefnet astrology aspects matthew currieHappy Star Wars Day! If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you’ve probably come to the conclusion that I am some kind of Science Fiction nerd… and you would be absolutely correct. I’ve written about Star Wars from a few different angles, from its usefulness as a metaphor to looking at the birth chart of its creator, George Lucas.

Hetre is a handy collection of all my Star Wars/Astrology related blog entries…

When you’re learning astrology, one of the basics you need to come to terms with is what the aspects are and how they work. Here is my guide to understanding the major aspects, comparing each one of them to one of the films in the original or prequel trilogies.

George Lucas is the creator of Star Wars, and his birth chart reveals both the objective traits that made him the technical creator that he is, and the psychological aspects that keep driving him to retain her with the original films long after he’s done.

And speaking of George Lucas: perhaps understandably, he seemed pretty agitated when The Force Awakens came out. After all, his baby was all grown up and no longer taking his orders. Here is my imaginary conversation with him discussing his transits around that time.

I did a series called Villains Of The Zodiac once, and Scorpio turned out to be a Star Wars villain… But no, not the first one you’d think of. Click here to read it.

As far as that Star Wars villain you think of first? Here he is, in the form of Saturn. Also, as a Pez dispenser.


Thanks for dropping by, hope you have an excellent Star Wars day, and as always… let the Wookiee win.

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