Shirley Temple, the iconic blonde Hollywood child star of the Depression Years of the 1930s has died aged 85. She was born 23 April 1928 9pm Santa Monica, California (ADB).
She started acting before her 4th birthday and continued on though through her teens though with decreasing success as she matured and effectively retired from movies at 20. She appeared sporadically on television thereafter and sat on numerous corporate and charitable boards. She was married twice, the second time for 55 years until her husband’s death.
She had a full performing/entertaining 5th house with sugary sweet Venus Jupiter Mercury conjunct in Aries and Sun in Taurus. Her Pluto in the 8th is not untypical of a mesmerising public image and it trined Mars in Pisces giving her an edge of toughness. She had an inspirational and confident Fire Grand Trine of Saturn in Sagittarius trine Neptune trine Jupiter so she’d be bubbling over with ideas and quite attention-demanding. Her last degree Gemini Moon on the cusp of the 8th was sextile her Sun and square her Uranus so she’d be restless and emotionally changeable.
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Her 22nd Harmonic was very strong as is often the case with global super-stars, as was her determined 11th Harmonic, and leaving-her-mark 17th Harmonic.
Her second husband Charles Black, 6 March 1919, from a wealthy family, was a naval intelligence officer in the Korean War and became a businessman. He was a Sun Pisces with a Taurus Moon and Venus in Aries. It would be a sparky mix since her Mars was conjunct his sun and his Venus conjunct her Uranus but it seemed to have thrived. The relationship chart had an affectionate composite Sun Venus conjunction in a passionate square to Pluto.
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