Dame Elizabeth Mary Rosemond Taylor (February 27, 1932, Hampstead, London 2:15 a.m. to March 23, 2011) has graced us with world-renowned legacies over the course of her infamous life. For astrology, she exemplifies the femme fatale that’s legendary in female Pisceans: glamorous, gorgeous, soft, quiet, luscious, alluring…men falling at her feet as she sweeps into a room effervescing with womanly fragrances igniting the senses. It’s reminiscent of The Sirens, a story from Greek mythology about the power of seductresses…and stories of our own sensual legacies.
A very lovely lady has just left the planet.
Dozens of delicious adjectives come to mind when we think of Elizabeth Taylor. She was so rich in her femininity and womanhood that you become quiet in her presence so that your own beauty reveals itself. What a personality! What a beautiful woman.
As a genuinely feminine woman, she cared a great deal about those she loved. Mars in Pisces loves passionately and purely. Venus in Aries with a Scorpio Moon intensifies these qualities so I’m sure those she loved felt it deeply and genuinely. Venus in Aries loves to love and to be in love! Moon in Scorpio just intensifies everything – especially the feeling nature.
She loved Michael when many of us couldn’t. Jupiter in Leo is magnanimous and full-hearted. Their enduring friendship demonstrates a powerful and popular dynamic in astrology and elsewhere; the attraction between opposites. Our zodiacal opposites in life, and many times, our friends, give us exactly what we need. Michael Jackson was a Sun sign Virgo.
She loved Richard twice…and Scorpio’s are not easy to love unless you’re a Pisces, and, then, watch out! The combination of energies is extremely flammable…which is good, great…and, challenging. She loved a few others, too. She was a feisty little Lady Fish with Sagittarius Rising and an 8th house Pluto that creates karmic upheavals in relationships.
Elizabeth’s Neptune in Jupiter’s beneficial house gave fortune to the artistry of illusion….a Piscean specialty. On stage and off, she captivated.
She had it all for a femme fatale…Sun in Pisces and Moon in Scorpio. No one stood a chance under her gaze and magnetic charisma.
Mercury in Pisces gives her three total in a sign bestowed with the kind of unconditional love we might all aspire to as we sink into our selves and relish and rejoice in the flavors of our own lather the way Elizabeth did. She seemed to enjoy being who she was…not because she was famous, because I’m sure that’s far from what we romanticize it to be, but because she liked the qualities she possessed and let them shine. That’s why she was so beautiful. She showed herself.
Growing up near Hollywood in the sixties and seventies, Elizabeth Taylor commonly dotted the background of my childhood and I idolized her perfect beauty; my mom has always reminded me of her…they share some astrological placements so it’s not just my idealistic imagination! In describing qualities of the feminine polarity to astrology students, I frequently use her persona as an example.
Maybe our local theatre, Pelican Cinemas on Beihn Street, will have an Elizabeth Taylor festival!
May you rest in peace, Elizabeth Taylor. Thank you for the life you lived here. Your beauty lives on.
Enjoy these quotes (a couple from Dame Elizabeth):
“I fell off my pink cloud with a thud.” Elizabeth Taylor
“I adore wearing gems, but not because they are mine. You can’t possess radiance, you can only admire it.” Elizabeth Taylor
“Women prevent the threads of life from being broken. The greatest minds have always understood the peacemaking role of women.” Mikhail Gorbachev
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