Moon Sign: Aquarius
Chinese Zodiac: Earth Horse
Numerology: Life Path 7
Height: Ashton Kutcher is 6′ 2½” (1m89) tall
MBTI Type: ISTP
Christopher Ashton Kutcher (born February 7, 1978) is an American actor, producer, and entrepreneur. He began his acting career portraying Michael Kelso in the Fox sitcom That ’70s Show (1998–2006). He made his film debut in the romantic comedy Coming Soon (1999), followed by the comedy film Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000), which was a box office hit. In 2003, Kutcher moved into romantic comedies, appearing in that year’s Just Married and My Boss’s Daughter. In 2003, he created and produced the television series Punk’d, also serving as host for the first eight of its ten seasons. In 2004, Kutcher starred in the lead role of the psychological film The Butterfly Effect.
List of Aspects
Moon Conjunction MC Orb 0°16′
Venus Conjunction MC Orb 1°38′
Moon Conjunction Venus Orb 1°54′
Sun Conjunction Moon Orb 2°03′
Sun Conjunction MC Orb 2°19′
Sun Conjunction Venus Orb 3°58′
Jupiter Conjunction AS Orb 9°37′
Neptune Opposite AS Orb 1°09′
Venus Opposite Saturn Orb 5°12′
Saturn Opposite MC Orb 6°50′
Moon Opposite Saturn Orb 7°07′
Jupiter Opposite Neptune Orb 8°28′
Sun Opposite Saturn Orb 9°10′
Mercury Opposite Mars Orb 9°16′
Sun Square Uranus Orb 2°17′
Moon Square Uranus Orb 4°20′
Uranus Square MC Orb 4°37′
Venus Square Uranus Orb 6°15′
Pluto Trine AS Orb 0°07′
Sun Trine AS Orb 1°55′
Sun Trine Pluto Orb 2°03′
Venus Trine Jupiter Orb 3°43′
Moon Trine AS Orb 3°59′
Moon Trine Pluto Orb 4°06′
Pluto Trine MC Orb 4°22′
Jupiter Trine MC Orb 5°21′
Moon Trine Jupiter Orb 5°38′
Venus Trine AS Orb 5°54′
Venus Trine Pluto Orb 6°01′
Sun Trine Jupiter Orb 7°41′
Sun Sextile Neptune Orb 0°46′
Neptune Sextile Pluto Orb 1°16′
Jupiter Sextile Saturn Orb 1°28′
Moon Sextile Neptune Orb 2°50′
Neptune Sextile MC Orb 3°06′
Venus Sextile Neptune Orb 4°44′
Uranus Inconjunction AS Orb 0°21′
Saturn Quintile AS Orb 0°53′
Uranus SemiSextile Pluto Orb 0°14′
Mars SemiSextile Jupiter Orb 0°44′
Positions of Planets
Sun 18°38′ Aquarius
Moon 20°42′ Aquarius
Mercury 4°52′ Aquarius
Venus 22°36′ Aquarius
Mars 25°35′ Я Cancer
Jupiter 26°20′ Я Gemini
Saturn 27°49′ Я Leo
Uranus 16°21′ Scorpio
Neptune 17°51′ Sagittarius
Pluto 16°35′ Я Libra
Chiron 1°28′ Taurus
Ceres 1°47′ Capricorn
Pallas 11°15′ Sagittarius
Juno 12°50′ Capricorn
Vesta 2°19′ Sagittarius
Node 6°51′ Я Libra
Lilith 19°24′ Я Cancer
Fortune 18°46′ Gemini
AS 16°42′ Gemini
MC 20°58′ Aquarius
Those born from January 20 to February 18 are Aquarius. You are a humanitarian and more intelligent than most and given to thoughts of how to make the world a better place. You can be inventive and original, and you’re freedom-loving. You’re generous with your thoughts, whether people are interested or not!
You can be eccentric and idiosyncratic, and need a lot of space, but your heart is nearly always in the right place. We are now in the age of Aquarius, but only just in the dawn of it, like the song said. All the wonderful, generous characteristics of the Water Bearer are not yet symbolic of humanity as a whole yet, as evidenced by the current turmoil in the Middle East. But there are signs. Remember the Random Acts of Kindness. Perhaps those were a harbinger of the Age of Aquarius.
Aquarius is a most amenable sign for the Moon to be in because here the Moon’s auspices confer commendable qualities of sensitivity and understanding. Aquarius is the astrological sign of intellectual thought and altruism. In this sign, the Moon’s effect is to present clear reasoning with humane interests. With your Moon in Aquarius, you are clearheaded, instinctive, and inventive. Your intuitions are evenhanded and spot on. Your initial reactions are objective, scientific, and oriented towards understanding from the human point of view. The temperament is neither too emotional nor too cerebral. You are dreamy but not idiosyncratic but display a wonderful talent for expression. Aquarius moon people make for delightful companions and their affable nature enchants all types of people. They are people-oriented, sociable, and outgoing. However, they never become so emotionally entangled with others that it alters their own life. They are interested in concepts, philosophy, and erudition. They are well-rounded intellectually and possess a wide array of interests in a variety of areas and people.
Mercury in Aquarius shows a subtle and ingenious mind, curious, critical, and creative. As a native of this position you hold a large concern for other people and have great understanding of human nature. You like to analyze personality and motive, and with your finely tuned skills of observation are able to foretell exactly how someone will respond in a particular situation. You are a infamous people watcher—in subways, buses, airports, and eateries.
Yours is a comprehensive and emotionally dispassionate viewpoint. Aquarius is the sign of the truth-seeker, which describes the way your mind operates. You appreciate intellectual conversations about theory, philosophy, and the fate of humanity. Odds are you have read the classic works of our great thinkers. You are wonderfully fitted for work in progressive professions—psychology, inventions, the business of communications and sciences. Sometimes you may seem strange, for your ideas are venerable and you also relish saying things that jar other people.
Venus in Aquarius encourages a compassionate and friendly nature. You are accommodating, philanthropic, and humane, but are not an especially emotional person. You display an intellectually dispassionate attitude toward romance. To you, personal autonomy is most critical, and any attachment must leave you free to investigate different interests and hobbies, meet new souls, and experience a wide assortment of associates.
You cannot endure envy and will walk away from emotional disturbances. You believe in justice and openness. As a Venus-Aquarian, you are most inclined to have platonic attachments because intimate entanglements are more emotionally confining than you desire. You are immensely popular and can draw a great many sweethearts. Usually, however, you wish to direct your individual magnetism toward broader interests and more lasting verities than mere romance. Aquarius is the sign of beliefs and wishes, and Venus in this sign normally awards you what you dream of.
Mars’s strength becomes subtle in Cancer. You possess excellent energy of determination, but it is never pushed into the open. Similar to the tides, you wear down resistance by repeated attack. Each surge may achieve little, but the aggregated outcome is overwhelming. In sex, Mars-in-Cancer’s strategy is passionate. You are sensual but elegant, and your lovemaking is a deeply instinctive art.
Your lust, however, is reliant on what is forthcoming from a sweetheart. If a beloved is indifferent or unresponsive, he or she may determine that your get-up-and-go just got up and went. Still, as a native of this Mars position, you will stick to a relationship that does not make you content. You respond only in eruptions of passion and high-strung impatience. What you often expect is an outlet for your pent-up forces. You are regarded for your breadth of vision and highly spirited work.
If you were born in the year 1942,m 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990 or 2002, then you are a Horse. You’re popular and attractive to the opposite sex. You can be ostentatious and impatient. You need people, but should marry a Tiger or a Dog. Avoid the Rat! Horses crave love and intimacy, which is a double-edged sword since it often leads them to feel trapped. Love connections tend to come easily to Horses, since they exude the kind of raw sex appeal that is a magnet to others.
This Sign tends to come on very strong in the beginning of the relationship, having an almost innate sense of romance and seduction. Horses are seducers in general; check out any A-list party and you’re bound to find the Horse in attendance. Like a wild mustang, horse people are said to be independent, and confident. They tend to be free spirits who need ample space to run free. They intensely dislike feeling confined or penned up.
Unlike the position of the Earth in our solar system, the element of earth lies dead center in the Chinese astrological charts. This is probably because ancients believed the Earth was the center of the universe and all celestial bodies circled our planet. People born under the element of Earth seem to feel the universe revolves around them as well. Self –centered, ambitious and stubborn, earth people are used to getting what they want and achieving their goals. Failure is foreign to them. Goals are achieved through hard work and determination. Earth people know how to plan for the long term and they are stable enough to stick with the plan to its success. The stubbornness of the earth element is a double-edged sword, giving those born under its rule the determination to follow through when things are tough, and the audacity to defend their point, even when they are wrong.
In the Myers Briggs, the ISTP personality type is described as an introvert who is quiet and reflective but also enjoys having stimulating experiences. They are flexible and adaptable and tend to possess good mechanical and technical ability. ISTPs are known for being good with their hands and are good at figuring out and mastering machine work and physical skills including those involved in sports. Furthermore, ISTPs, while smart, may not find academic school work interesting or well suited to their learning style.
They prefer hands-on learning styles and learning about things they can use or apply in concrete ways rather than theories that exist only as concepts. They are logical and observant of their surroundings. ISTPs are interested in understanding how things work and tend to be good at deconstructing things and troubleshooting problems in the most efficient way possible. As perceivers, they prefer spontaneity and freedom over security and structure and they like to immerse themselves in their hobbies or craft in which they are likely to develop a deep knowledge and or mastery over.
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