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PATTERNS: GRAND WATER TRINE (Saturn-Sun, Uranus, Pluto), KITE (Grand Trine plus Jupiter), GRAND FIRE TRINE (Mercury, Chiron, Neptune).
Rock Hudson (November 17, 1925 – October 2, 1985) was an American film and television actor, recognised as a romantic leading man during the 1960s and 1970s [Uranus in Romantic Pisces ruling 5th House].
After graduating from high school, he served in the Philippines as an aircraft mechanic for the United States Navy [Uranus (aviation) in Pisces (ocean, navy) in 6th House (work)] during World War II. He was further coached in acting, singing, dancing, fencing and horseback riding, and he began to feature in film magazines where he was promoted, possibly on the basis of his good looks [Lovely Libra Ascendant]. Following Richard Brooks's notable Something of Value in 1957 and a moving performance in Charles Vidor's A Farewell to Arms, based on Ernest Hemingway's novel, Hudson sailed through the 1960s on a wave of romantic comedies. In the early 1980s following years of heavy drinking and smoking [Neptune (drugs) square (sapping) Sun (lifeforce)], Hudson began having health problems. From 1984 to 1985, Hudson landed a recurring role on the hit ABC prime time soap opera Dynasty as "Daniel Reece," a love-interest for Krystle Carrington played by Linda Evans, and biological father of Sammy Jo Carrington played by Heather Locklear. While Hudson's career was blooming, he was struggling to keep his personal life out of the headlines. In Gates' 1987 autobiography My Husband, Rock Hudson, the book she wrote with veteran Hollywood chronicler Bob Thomas, Gates insists she dated Hudson for several months and lived with him for two months before his surprise marriage proposal.
The book, The Thin Thirty, by Shannon Ragland, chronicles Hudson's involvement in a 1962 sex scandal at the University of Kentucky involving the football team. In July 1985, Hudson joined his old friend Doris Day for the launch of her new TV cable show, Doris Day's Best Friends.
Hudson had been diagnosed with HIV on June 5, 1984, but when the signs of illness became apparent, his publicity staff and doctors told the public he had inoperable liver cancer [Pluto (deadly illness) in 10th House of public life ruled by unaspected Moon in Sagittarius (liver)]. Hudson flew back to Los Angeles on July 31, where he was so physically weak he was taken off by stretcher from an Air France Boeing 747, which he chartered and was the sole passenger along with his medical attendants.[9] He was flown by helicopter to Cedars Sinai Hospital, where he spent nearly a month undergoing further treatment. Following his funeral, his partner Marc Christian sued Hudson's estate on grounds of "intentional infliction of emotional distress."[11] Christian tested negative for HIV but claimed Hudson continued having sex with him until February 1985, more than eight months after Hudson knew he had AIDS.
In 1999 the American Film Institute named Dietrich the ninth greatest female star of all time. Unlike her professional celebrity, which was carefully crafted and maintained, Dietrich's personal life was kept out of public view. She married once, to assistant director Rudolf Sieber, a Roman Catholic who later became an assistant director at Paramount Pictures in France, responsible for foreign language dubbing.
In 1938, Dietrich met and began a relationship with the writer Erich Maria Remarque, and in 1941, the French actor and military hero Jean Gabin. Cumming was born in Aberfeldy, Scotland, the son of Mary, an insurance company secretary, and Alex Cumming, a forester [Sun (father) ruled by Uranus in Virgo (forestry)]. Developing his talents off-camera, Cumming co-wrote, co-directed, co-produced, and co-starred in the ensemble film The Anniversary Party with friend and former Cabaret co-star Jennifer Jason Leigh, in 2001. Cumming plays a psychotic ex-amusement park employee in David Munro's upcoming Full Grown Men, which will be shown in theaters throughout the U.S. During his career, Cumming has also directed two short films, Butter and Burn Your Phone - the latter was firstly a one-off drama on BBC Radio 4, however the nature of the narrative meant that it translated poorly to television. 2003 saw him playing a cameo role in the successful American sitcom Frasier, playing Niles's yoga instructor.
In 2004, he starred in Showtime's Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical in which he played the role of The Lecturer - a versatile character who narrates the story and transforms himself into several other minor characters. Cumming played the role of Bill Blaikie, a party promoter hired by Kit Porter to manage her cafe cum nightclub, in season 3 of The L Word.
Cumming also appeared as the third celebrity hijacker in Big Brother: Celebrity Hijack, giving the housemates a method acting task in which they had to stay in character all day and then produce an improvised play.
In 2002, Cumming and then-boyfriend British director Nick Philippou formed the production company The Art Party. In 2006, Cumming returned to the stage, firstly performing in a revival of the Bertolt Brecht-Kurt Weill musical The Threepenny Opera opposite Cyndi Lauper. Cumming performed alongside Dianne Wiest in Classic Stage Company's production of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, directed by Viacheslav Dolgachev. Recent projects include adapting his novel for the screen, and several gay-themed films: Gray Matters, Coming Out and Suffering Man's Charity.
He wed graphic artist Grant Shaffer in a civil ceremony at the Old Royal Naval College Greenwich on January 7, 2007.[13] The couple met in 2004 and dated for two years before the union. In November 2006, he was made a Doctor of Arts when given an honorary degree from the University of Abertay Dundee.
Cumming became a patron of NORM-UK, a UK registered charity concerned with the foreskin and genital integrity.
With Venus on the Midheaven, Sydney is one of the world's most beautiful cities, the rising Moon explaining the centrality of the magnificent harbour to the identity of the metropolis. Sydney Jewish Museum, Powerhouse Museum, Art Gallery of NSW, Museum of Contemporary Art, State Library of NSW Galleries, Brett Whiteley Studio, Roslyn Oxley 9 Gallery, Australian Centre for Photography, UTS Gallery.
With Uranus & the last degree of Pisces on the 4th House cusp the city is home to various unique & fascinating architectural wonders including the sleek Aurora Place, the cylindrical Australia Square (1967), the quaint Blues Point Tower (1961), Boy Charlton Pool, the funky Dupain, Governor Phillip Tower (1994), the magnificent Harbour Bridge (1932), the wavy Horizon Apartments, the 77-level Meriton World Tower, the hexagonal MLC Centre (1972), the iconic Opera House (1973) and the majestic Sydney Tower (visit the skywalk & restaurants). ANNUAL EVENTS: Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras - Queer Screen - Mardi Gras Parade & Party - Sleaze Ball. Leo PLUTO, MOON, SATURN (all conjunct Ascendant), Scorpio CHIRON (conjunct IC), Taurus MARS (conjunct North Node), Gemini VENUS (conjunct North Node). Meredith Baxter (born June 21, 1947), also known for some years as Meredith Baxter-Birney, is an American actress and producer.
She was born Meredith Ann Baxter in South Pasadena, California, the daughter of actress and situation-comedy creator Whitney Blake [motherly Moon in dramatic Leo in 12th] and Tom Baxter, a radio announcer [fatherly Sun in verbal Gemini]. Baxter got her first big break on television in 1972 as one of the stars of the Bridget Loves Bernie, a CBS television-network situation comedy. After Family ended, she starred with Annette O'Toole and Shelley Hack in Vanities (1981), a television production of the comedy-drama stage play about the lives, loves and friendship of three Texas cheerleaders starting from high school to post-college graduation; it aired as a part of Standing Room Only, a series on the premium-television channel HBO. Baxter-Birney's next series was Family Ties, on which she played an ex-flower child mother, Elyse Keaton.
In 1986, during her time on Family Ties, Baxter garnered critical acclaim for her dramatic performance as Kate Stark in the well-known NBC television movie Kate's Secret, about a seemingly "perfect" suburban housewife and mother who is secretly suffering from bulimia nervosa.

Following Family Ties, Baxter (whose marriage to Birney ended in 1989) produced and starred in television films. In 1994, she won a Daytime Emmy Award for her role as a lesbian mother raising a young son, in Other Mothers (1993), a CBS Schoolbreak Special. In 2005, she began appearing in television commercials for Garden State Life Insurance Company. In recent years, Baxter has also created a skin-care line, Meredith Baxter Simple Works, which helps raise funds for her breast cancer research foundation. Baxter was the guest speaker at the 2008 Southern Commencement for National University in La Jolla, California, and was awarded an honorary doctorate degree from the university.
In 2009, The National Enquirer reported that Baxter was seen on a lesbian cruise with a female friend. ASTRODATA (Sy Scholfield [copyright] quotes date, year, place and time of birth for chart from Del LaGrace via email in 2003).
Leo SUN (conjunct Ascednant), Leo URANUS (conjunct Ascendant & Sun), Virgo JUPITER (sextile both luminaries), Libra NEPTUNE (conjunct IC, square both luminaries), Aquarius CHIRON (conjunct Descendant). Hudson was voted Star of the Year, Favorite Leading Man, and similar titles by numerous movie magazines and was unquestionably one of the most popular and well-known movie stars of the time [midpoint of Saturn-Sun conjunction trine Uranus, as above]. His mother remarried and his stepfather Wallace "Wally" Fitzgerald adopted him, changing his last name to Fitzgerald. In 1946, Hudson moved to the Los Angeles area to pursue an acting career and applied to the University of Southern California's dramatics program, but he was rejected owing to poor grades.
Success and recognition came in 1954 with Magnificent Obsession in which Hudson plays a bad boy who is redeemed opposite the popular star Jane Wyman. He portrayed humorous characters in Pillow Talk, the first of several profitable co-starring performances with Doris Day.
Emergency quintuple heart bypass surgery in November 1981 [transiting Chiron (onset of health problems) opposite Sun (heart)] sidelined Hudson and his then-new TV show, The Devlin Connection for a year; the show suffered for the delay and was cancelled not long after it returned to the airwaves in December 1982. While he had long been known to have difficulty memorizing lines, on Dynasty, Hudson's speech itself began to deteriorate. Throughout his career, he epitomized wholesome manliness [wholesome Chiron in masculine Aries in exact trine and square respectively with Neptune and Sun], and in 1955, after several male lovers, he married his agent's secretary Phyllis Gates.
She claims to have married Hudson out of love and not, as it was later purported, to stave off a major exposure of Hudson's sexual orientation. While Hudson was in fact a closet homosexual at the time, the two never had anything beyond a friendship. His gaunt appearance, and his nearly incoherent speech, were so shocking it was broadcast again all over the national news shows that night and for weeks to come.
It was not until July 25, 1985, while in Paris for treatment, that Hudson issued a press release announcing that he was dying of AIDS. When the doctors told him there was no hope of saving his life, since the disease had progressed into the advanced stages, Hudson returned to his house, "The Castle," [palatial Capricorn on the 4th House (one's type of abode)] in Beverly Hills, where he remained in seclusion until his death on October 2 at 08:37 PST. He has directed, produced, and written films, TV series and plays, voiced several soundtracks, written a book, developed a stand-up show at the Edinburgh Fringe, and formed his own production company. Cumming attended Monikie Primary School and Carnoustie High School and originally aspired to a career in veterinary medicine [life-saving Pluto in Virgo (animals) rules 10th House (career)]; but a personality clash with his biology teacher put him off the idea and he subsequently set his sights on becoming an actor. Shortly afterwards, he had a short role in Richard Bell's provocative feature film Eighteen, which was narrated by Ian McKellen. He also provided the voice of Chuck Masters, a 50 year-old, paralyzed, HIV-positive gay man in Logo's Rick and Steve, a stop animation sitcom created by Q. The company's first play was the first English production of Jean Genet's play Elle, which Cumming had adapted from a literal translation by Terri Gordon.
In 2008, he played a lead role in a National Theatre of Scotland production of 'The Bacchae'.
His first novel, Tommy's Tale, was published in 2002.[7] He has also written many articles for magazines, notably as a contributing editor for Marie Claire magazine, writing articles about the haute couture shows in Paris. However, they divorced in 1993, and he subsequently became involved in several shorter relationships over the next two years, including one with Saffron Burrows. He is also a member of the Creative Coalition, an organisation to bring public awareness of social issues. Sy Scholfield [copyright] quotes flat data from the "Municipal Beginnings" section of the City of Sydney website: "In 1840, Governor Gipps introduced a bill to the Legislative Council to establish municipal institutions in New South Wales. She is known for her acting roles including three television series: Family (1976–1980), an ABC television-network drama, Family Ties (1982–1989), an NBC television-network situation comedy, and Dan Vs. She was raised in Southern California and has two brothers: Richard (born 1944) and Brian (born 1946). The series was canceled after one season, but her co-star, David Birney became her second husband in 1974. She played the role of Nancy Lawrence Maitland and received two Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (1977 and 1978). She portrayed a psychopathic kidnapper in The Kissing Place (1990) and was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Special for her work in A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story (1992), based on the true story of a divorcee who was convicted of murder in the shooting of her ex-husband and his young wife. For her work on the television film My Breast (1994), she received a special award for public awareness from the National Breast Cancer Coalition.
In 2006, she temporarily co-hosted — with Matt Lauer — Today, the NBC morning news and talk show. She is also a spokesperson for Consumer Cellular, a cell phone company advertised as providing a cheaper cell phone alternative for senior citizens.
In 1966, she married Robert Lewis Bush and they had two children — Ted (born 1967) and Eva (born 1969); the couple was divorced in 1969. This led to speculation as to whether Baxter was a lesbian or simply enjoying the cruise as a platonic straight friend.
Broadway Books, an imprint of Crown Publishing Group, has purchased the rights to Baxter's as-yet-untitled and as-yet-unwritten life story.
Del's Neptune is the most angular planet that aspects the conjunction between his luminaries, forming a square with both the Moon & Sun. He completed nearly 70 motion pictures and starred in several television productions during a career that spanned over four decades [Sun exactly square and dispositing Leo Neptune].

Hudson worked for a time as a truck driver, longing to be an actor but with no success in breaking into the movies. The film received rave reviews, with Modern Screen Magazine citing Hudson as the most popular actor of the year. This was followed by Come September, Send Me No Flowers, Man's Favorite Sport?, The Spiral Road (written by Jan de Hartog) and Strange Bedfellows. His most successful series was McMillan and Wife opposite Susan Saint James from 1971 to 1977. Hudson recovered from the surgery but continued to smoke [Neptune exactly square Sun (hard-to-kick-drug-habit)].. However, after her death from lung cancer in January 2006, some informants reportedly stated that she was actually a lesbian who married Hudson for his money, knowing from the beginning of their relationship that he was gay.[6] She never remarried [Unaspected Moon]. The legend was originated with a group of "middle-aged homosexuals who live in Huntington Beach", as Hudson put it, sending out joke invitations to "the marriage of Rock Hudson and Jim Nabors" [unapsected (rumour-mongering) Mars in Scorpio ruling and quincunx 7th House cusp (relationships)].
In a later press release, Hudson speculated he might have contracted HIV through transfused blood from an infected donor during the multiple blood transfusions he received as part of his heart bypass procedure. Her performance as Lola-Lola in The Blue Angel, directed by Josef von Sternberg, brought her international fame and a contract with Paramount Pictures in the USA. When Maria gave birth to a son in 1948, Dietrich was dubbed "the world's most glamorous grandmother". She was also known to have had an affair with the Cuban-American writer Mercedes de Acosta, who also had affairs with Greta Garbo, according to de Acosta's autobiography Here Lies the Heart (1960). Following graduation, he spent a year and a half employed as an editor for the Scottish pop magazine TOPS before entering the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
In 2008, Cumming will provide the voice of Adolf Hitler in the film Jackboots on Whitehall.
Having also worked together on X2: X-Men United, and also linked by their work for gay rights, they have become friends [Cumming's Aquarian Sun trines McKellen's Gemini Sun].
In late 2006, he appeared in the West End playing the lead role in Bent, a play about homosexuals in Germany under the Nazis. He was presented with the San Francisco Human Rights Campaign's Humanitarian Award in 2005. Following their marriage and until their divorce in 1989, she was credited as Meredith Baxter-Birney. In 1974, she married David Birney and had three children — Kate (born 1974) and twins, Mollie and Peter (born 1984). On December 2, 2009, she came out as a lesbian during an interview with Matt Lauer on Today, and on the Frank DeCaro Show on Sirius-XM OutQ 102. In the book, Baxter "will present a fully realized portrait of her life as an actress, mother of five children, and grandmother, and will candidly discuss her fight with breast cancer, her 19 years of sobriety, entrepreneurship, and her decision to come out," a press release said. Hudson was also one of the first major Hollywood celebrities to die from an AIDS related illness [Pluto (death) in Tenth House (fame, celebrity) ruling unaspected Mars in Scorpio (hidden blood- & sex- associated illness)].
He sang in the school's glee club and was remembered as a shy boy who delivered newspapers, ran errands and worked as a golf caddy.
A fortunate meeting with Hollywood talent scout Henry Willson in 1948 got Hudson his start in the business.
Hudson's popularity soared in George Stevens's Giant, based on Edna Ferber's novel and co-starring Elizabeth Taylor and James Dean. In this series, Hudson played police commissioner [Scorpio Mars square cusps of 5th and 11th Houses] Stewart "Mac" McMillan with Saint James playing his wife Sally.
He was visibly ill filming The Ambassador in 1983 with Robert Mitchum - the two stars did not like each other, and Mitchum himself had a serious drinking problem.[4]A couple of years later, Hudson's health had visibly deteriorated again, prompting different rumors. One magazine story, headlined "When Day Is Done, Heaven Is Waiting," quoted Hudson as saying, "When I count my blessings, my marriage tops the list." The union lasted three years. Despite the obvious impossibility of such an event, the joke was taken seriously by some [Mars's ruler Pluto trined and ruled by oh-too-serious Saturn].
At the time of his operation, blood was not tested for HIV, which was then unknown [Unaspected Mars in Scorpio]. Hollywood films such as Shanghai Express and Desire capitalised on her glamour and exotic looks, cementing her stardom and making her one of the highest paid actresses of the era. Dietrich's husband and his mistress, both of whom she stayed in touch with, lived on a small ranch in the San Fernando Valley, California. In 2007 he took the lead role in the National Theatre of Scotland's production of The Bacchae, which premiered at the Edinburgh Festival in August, transferring to the Lyric Theatre in London during September. The NSW Legislative Council Votes and Proceedings (20 July 1842, available at the State Library of NSW) states that the Council met at 12 o'clock that day and adjourned at Four o'Clock.
That same year, she also made several appearances as the dying mother of Detective Lilly Rush on Cold Case, a CBS police-procedural series.
She lives with her partner, Nancy Locke, a general contractor, with whom she has been since 2005.
I never believed that a political position was death to an artist’s career, although there has always been advice around to that effect. As a result of their powerful performances, both Hudson and Dean were nominated for Oscars in the Best Actor category. Dietrich became a US citizen in 1939; during World War II, she was a high-profile frontline entertainer. Baxter said she first realized she was a lesbian when she began her first same-sex relationship in 2002. Although she still made occasional films in the post-war years, Dietrich spent most of the 1950s to the 1970s touring the world as a successful show performer.
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