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The following birth horoscope for Ian Whyte only shows the interpretations for the signs and only the aspects for the sun, the moon. Furthermore it is based on an unknown birth time. Therefore you won't also find below the interpretations for the Ascendant, Medium Coeli and house relations.
Ian Whyte finds the most satisfaction in his life if he brings everything that surrounds him in a reasonable order no matter whether those are things that need to be done or thoughts or conclusions that are to be made or feelings that need to be evaluated. It is a need for Ian Whyte to do everything well and in detail. Ian Whyte has high quality demands even to himself. Before Ian Whyte lets something pass as finished he rather questions it three times than to live with the insecurity to perhaps have made a mistake.
If Ian Whyte stands in for his clear distinctive mind he is pure. Ian Whyte never adapts to an untruth out of reasoning. Ian Whyte cleans his life's texture and considers the single filament so long with the magnifying glass to sort out the unfitting until everything is free from dirt.
Ian Whyte's sense of life is improved if he can make himself useful in an intelligent way. Admittedly Ian Whyte is not too good to clean the floor for someone and to do the dishes but Ian Whyte does not serve in a subordinate way. Ian Whyte absolutely knows about his qualities and his dignity even if Ian Whyte does subordinate tasks. Ian Whyte knows that no other in the zodiac does work as well as him.
Ian Whyte is very talented to present himself harmoniously and attracts with his friendly and warm charisma other people. Sociability is a need for Ian Whyte and in the contact with other people he unfolds his entire charm and loveliness. Ian Whyte possesses tact, polite manners and diplomatic skills and is able to move fabulously on the social floor.
To be popular and acknowledged is an essential matter and Ian Whyte does a lot for it, sometimes even too much, for example when he overdoes his readiness to compromise and his politeness. Then Ian Whyte reduces himself to an accepted role and denies his own will and his own demands. Ian Whyte only follows how others want to see him and matches the expected image.
From the bottom of his heart Ian Whyte has a deep and loving relation to his father even if he has something to complain about and does not agree with everything. If Ian Whyte is a woman he transfers the fatherly, his sun, on his partner and tends to play the nice and graceful role of the Venus in order to get his good will. It would be better to take Ian Whyte's sun energy as his own and show himself both vital creative and self-confident as well as charming and erotic.
As a man you are a friend of the ladies with this constellation or at least love the beautiful, friendly and balancing aura in contacts and Ian Whyte likes to be enticed.
Ian Whyte has a good sense of style and balanced proportions. Ian Whyte is attracted by beauty and he needs them in his surroundings for the well-being of his soul. If Ian Whyte is interested in the arts he has a decided taste and also puts artistic accents into his apartment.
Ian Whyte has the talent to be at the right time at the right place and appreciates the better opportunities he is offered. Ian Whyte's demeanour is open and generous. Ian Whyte is friendly and optimistic and infects the people around him with it. Is someone down and disoriented Ian Whyte finds the right perspective to give a new shimmer of hope and brighten the mood. Ian Whyte is able to give a point to life.
This is how Ian Whyte also treats himself. Ian Whyte always looks for the good sense and the meaning in all happenings. Nothing is simply coincidence for him neither the nice and beautiful nor the uncomfortable and troublesome things. Ian Whyte asks himself, "What does the author want to tell me with that?" And thus frees him from the feeling of dependency of outer circumstances.
Ian Whyte has access to a philosophy of life and a faith in which his individual personality harmoniously integrates and has a meaningful place. Ian Whyte's effort of development is always directed to improve. Ian Whyte seeks new scopes and personal open spaces and he trusts in the good outcome of all things.
This stance is rewarded because as the question as the answer. Luck is on his side but Ian Whyte has to recognise and capture it.
Ian Whyte's creative energy receives a harmonious extension through his imagination. Ian Whyte is receptive and possesses a good intuition for the higher inspirational levels and if Ian Whyte lives his life with a meditating mind he is able to get the most beautiful and enchanting things onto the concrete level of realisation. Meditation helps Ian Whyte to let go of the egocentric will and to accept what is and to devote to what wants to unfold. Ian Whyte develops with that the trust in his inner leadership and can master his life dreamingly and at the same time realistically.
Since Ian Whyte is very sensitive and very open he is affected by many different tendencies and his ability of distinction and differentiation and his sense of realism decides what influences Ian Whyte opens up to, the healing, inspiring or the confusing, the soaking, or unsettling energies. Ian Whyte should pay attention with his contacts how he feels afterwards and while meeting them. If Ian Whyte is exhausted and empty he got stripped more energies than he actually wanted. An energetic balanced meeting will always leave Ian Whyte inspired and in balance. Ian Whyte should trust his intuition and take the right to express his own will. Ian Whyte has the same right of existence than anybody else.
Ian Whyte's helpfulness should not go as far as him deny his own needs and purposes. Wrong altruism takes revenge. Ian Whyte will become grumpy over time and closes his heart. Giving and taking must be in a balance.
Ian Whyte possesses a powerful charisma and a massive power reservoir whereas power plays actually a big part in his life. The manner in which Ian Whyte deals with it decides about the results he achieves.
In Ian Whyte's childhood he perhaps had experienced that his personal self-expression was strongly suppressed, perhaps by his father or another for him powerful person. At the same time a need for intimate, a nearly symbiotic connection was present. Ian Whyte did not dare to force his will and had felt powerless and other-directed.
However, Ian Whyte's inner claim for power has remained and perhaps he may have tried later to get his wish through the back door by manipulation. Such action does not get Ian Whyte the satisfaction he wants because he eventually separates from the person with whom he actually wanted to be connected. Ian Whyte has constantly to use control to have a handle on the situation and cannot relax.
The better way is to gain power over yourself and express the own creative impulses and their will directly and openly. For Ian Whyte it means to look at his deeper motivation in an honest way, to recognise his constraints and use his abilities to get to the bottom of things. This is how to use his powerful potential for Ian Whyte's own development and for the benefit of all.
Consciously or unconsciously Ian Whyte always seeks the challenge getting him to some limits on which he feels his power and his powerlessness. If Ian Whyte embarks on this experience deeply he will experience constant renewal and come out of any situation in a changed way. Ian Whyte sheds his skin for his entire life and grows into a more and more fitting and more beautiful expression of himself.
The sun symbolizes the conscious will to show the in you anchored personality in its unique form in a creative way. It shows what role corresponds to your inner being on the stage that is called life and how you develop the necessary qualities.
Ian Whyte has an excellent ability to distinguish. Ian Whyte likes quality no special deals but high make goods. Rather a bit less but good. When it comes to nutrition Ian Whyte can be fussy. He cares for his health and likes to eat fresh fruits, raw vegetable salads, biological vegetables and full grain.
Ian Whyte can stomach only small portions at once and has to chew well, also figuratively speaking. Ian Whyte does well when he respects himself. Mindfulness is a healing spell for Ian Whyte. If he feels unprotected or overstrained Ian Whyte reacts with physical symptoms especially in the digestive area.
Ian Whyte engages himself in ecological matters and environment protection. Ian Whyte likes natural fabrics, wool, cotton, silk, oiled wood, horsehair mattress, compost and hill beds for plants. Ian Whyte is very economical, calculates carefully and does not waste anything.
Ian Whyte loves the detail which he shapes carefully. Sometimes he gets on the wrong track and loses the overview of the greater whole and the point about something. The fragment the magnifying glass shows to Ian Whyte is then the entire world and if he would take a picture from the other side it is actually true: The grain and the knotholes of an ancient old wooden wall can draw faces for example and a total new world is opened in the detail.
Emotions and mind are dearly connected and Ian Whyte has the need to talk about his feelings. On the other hand everything he talks about is saturated with his emotions.
If Ian Whyte is emotionally affected, or hurt, or angry or sad and he is not too shy to express his feelings his words and the tears bubble out freely. Since Ian Whyte does not possess an intellectual detachment to his emotional situation but completely identifies with it his comments are very subjective and immediate. Perhaps Ian Whyte utters a lot of accusations which really help to free himself. Thus no congestion remains and Ian Whyte becomes clear again. Later Ian Whyte is then able to see his own part in the dispute.
If Ian Whyte is inhibited by early made experiences, especially with his mother, and does not allow to express his true feelings and his inner dismay he will try to rationalise and uses his mind as a filter and as a control mechanism. Ian Whyte may talk about feelings but rather detached. Ian Whyte does not feel, he "think-feels". Ian Whyte does not get himself into emotional closeness since he would lose control and his repressed feelings could bubble up.
As a result Ian Whyte also withholds his love and his liveliness and when the pain has become too great Ian Whyte's yearning will lead him to eventually open up his floodgates. Ian Whyte does not need to be afraid of that since his feelings will show themselves in a much dosed way. Ian Whyte won't be flooded with them at once. Ian Whyte's inner controller takes care of that.
Ian Whyte's emotional perception of the reality which is naturally subjective constantly gets in the way of his wishes and dreams distorting them. It is not so easy for Ian Whyte to differentiate between his wishful thinking and reality. If Ian Whyte wants to maintain a nice ideal image of someone or a situation he has the tendency to simply wipe away the disturbing parts. The consequence is inevitably his disappointment because Ian Whyte was deluded in some points and at some point the illusions dissolve like air bubbles. Ian Whyte may again and again try to reach an ideal satisfaction of his emotional needs, dream of a whole world until his frustration gets him back down to the bottom of rough reality.
That must not be the way; Ian Whyte can achieve satisfactory results with his potential and overcome his self-deception. Ian Whyte's most important capital is his feelings which are not roaming somewhere abstractly but can be felt very physically in the body. If Ian Whyte feels himself into them, where something contracts or opens he has his own yes and no signals, which give Ian Whyte reliable information about the coherence of his intuition, his inklings and visions, fears and doubts.
Thus Ian Whyte neither falls for fanatic but false promises nor does he get lost in the fog of his own imaginary worlds, no matter whether they are beautiful or scary. Instead Ian Whyte crystallises out his intuition and can more and more rely on his inner voice.
The moon describes the deepest emotional level of a personality. It shows the personal own, subjective world of feelings with all of its inhibitions, fears, strategies, needs and longings which unknown roots often reach back to the childhood and with all its richness of nurturing feelings one can give.
Ian Whyte, you have a critical, plain and sceptical mind which underlies a strict perfection standard. You check accurately what to accept or what to express and rather restrain matters if they do not match your quality control.
You think as long as necessary about matters to meet your standards. You are able to exactly perceive and analyse and you have an excellent talent in discernment. From time to time you can lose yourself into detail so that the overall interrelation gets amiss.
You have a fine humour in your speech which is founded on a certain self irony because you know quite well about your own pedantry. When you tell a story you are thorough and describe all aspects just like a good chronicler until you eventually get to the point you really want to express.
Sometimes you get distracted when you beat about the bush and then do not know what the reason actually for your story was. You value main and side matters equally because you consider matters through a magnifying glass in which the floats are as important as the main number.
Only a certain distance enables you to make the right classification.
Mercury in the horoscope tells how the environment is perceived, how and about what we think and talk. All impressions awakening the interest and curiousness trigger thoughts and connections within oneself. They make you awake and creative. In your preferred area of interest you truly have databases of information in your head which you can recall quickly when meeting someone speaking your language and who shares your perspective.
In his relationships Ian Whyte has the need for purity and quality. Ian Whyte is not quickly entering a new love affair but checks everything before, especially the own feelings, before he admits to it. Ian Whyte is realistic, intelligent and level-headed.
As a man Ian Whyte is receptive for a woman that does no cling and closing her eyes due to helplessness and being alone. Ian Whyte likes if a woman is efficient and skilled and has a differentiated, clear and incorruptible mind, with which she looks at her opponent perceiving everything, every little detail, especially what the other wants to hide not shying away to inquire.
Feelings and passion are somewhat scary to Ian Whyte's analytical mind. In this area Ian Whyte does not have a manual. If he admits Ian Whyte always keeps a certain observer's distance; Ian Whyte wants to know how this works.
In meetings with other people Ian Whyte shows a certain demure reserve. He is very correct and factually exact, sensitive and sophisticated. Ian Whyte prefers the mental exchange and keeps back the emotional expressions. Ian Whyte's affection is expressed with the offer of his helpfulness and he directs the attention to practical things.
Venus symbolizes the ability to enter into a relationship and to configure it harmonically and fondly. It tells something about what we find beautiful and valuable; what creates love, what we want to cultivate and how we find peace in a relationship and in ourselves.
Ian Whyte likes to get his own way in an unconventional manner and loves his personal freedom above all. Any kind of restriction gets an allergic reaction and rebellion from him. Sometimes Ian Whyte does things which are not good for him and which he does not even like just because to do them differently than others.
On the other side Ian Whyte can be very tolerant and generous and uses his energy for projects that are good for everyone. Ian Whyte then acts in the interest of a group he feels related to in a way.
In a relationship Ian Whyte needs a lot of personal playground. Ian Whyte likes to experiment with free forms of partnership. Ian Whyte questions the classic monogamous faith model since he tackles this topic in quite an intellectual way.
If emotions such as fear of loss and jealousy appear Ian Whyte gets into trouble unless he plays a cool role. Eroticism is handled somewhat distantly. Ian Whyte is not necessarily the type to be crazy about passion. If Ian Whyte loves he is a generous partner granting the other the same freedom he wants for himself.
Mars symbolizes the power of assertion, the impulse for action and the ability to take initiative in order to put something into motion.
To be on the road, to be outside in nature, to feel the freedom of a generous free space, to deal with mental things broadening the horizon, all these are after the taste of Ian Whyte's lust for expansion. Ian Whyte loves the state of excitement and searches in his life always for opportunities to learn more, to get inspired and to inspire himself. The entire life would be best one big adventure for Ian Whyte and an exciting world journey. Perhaps Ian Whyte is even glad to travel on a concrete level and is seduced by faraway and unknown destinations.
Ian Whyte's nature is open and direct and he feels obligated to the truth. Ian Whyte's undertakings must be carried by his inner conviction and once he is convinced of something Ian Whyte is much staunched. Sometimes Ian Whyte can even fight for it with some sort of crusaders' mentality. If Ian Whyte overstates this stance it could end in dogmatism and intolerance towards other convictions. Then Ian Whyte has his own personal religious war.
Ian Whyte could also pair up his fire of excitement with generosity and optimistic serenity and experiences with that the joy of his cognitive faculty. Ian Whyte's belief and his ideology serves him best if he gives himself and others a positive and rewarding attitude towards life.
Jupiter and Saturn form a pair of polar energies which balance each other like the extensor and flexor of our extremities and in the best case create an optimal, fertile co-operation with concrete results.
Jupiter correlates the principle of extension, the quest for the optimum. It makes you think outside the box and discover new zones of the conscious. Your self-definition due to your experiences made in childhood and in relationships receives an extension. You start to experience your life in a greater context and question the sense and the meaning of all that is and being human.
Saturn on the other hand symbolises the energy within to check all plans and possibilities towards their concrete realisation. On this level you are not tempted by beautiful promises but sound out everything about its sustainability and reliability. This part of the personality makes you take over a task and exercise it in a planning, consequent and responsible way.
Ian Whyte is able to think very clearly and structured but had problems in younger years to learn and to communicate. The playful, associative flow of thoughts had been obstructed and pressed into methodical patterns forcing Ian Whyte to concentrate. Ian Whyte perhaps now thinks in predisposed pathways determined by the usual standards.
Ian Whyte's thoughts have a reliable setting and he simply does not just talk. Whatever Ian Whyte says makes sense and also always includes the seriousness of the situation. Ian Whyte's strictness may be uncomfortable for some but the coherence cannot be revoked.
In order for Ian Whyte not to freeze in always the same opinions he should occasionally question his referenced standards and control whether they are still valid for his life now. Ian Whyte possesses enough flexibility to get his goals and his code of morals up to date even if Ian Whyte tends to follow the tried and tested standards.
Ian Whyte can realise his linguistic abilities very well in a teaching profession in which systematic and didactic skills are requested.
Ian Whyte lives in the material and tangible world. Ian Whyte's perception of the world is real and inquisitive. Ian Whyte is patient and shows self discipline as well as endurance. Ian Whyte's acting is well thought through, reasonable and designated. Ian Whyte's thinking and acting is practical and he is rather drawn to the conventional. Ian Whyte can be persistent and tough. However, this vice can also turn into Ian Whyte being strict and resolute.
Ian Whyte possesses a strong need for order and stability in his life and often needs the challenge in order to become active. Ian Whyte mainly relies on what he can really perceive. Ian Whyte's temper is rather reserved up to be composed. Ian Whyte's attention is mostly tuned to what is manageable and understandable.
Ian Whyte possesses a good sense of reality and thinks before he becomes active. The qualities of the Earth element gives Ian Whyte patience, endurance, reliability and thoroughness. Ian Whyte has the ability to order and structure things and bring them to a practicable and usable finish. These are qualities that lead to professional success. Substantial matters are put into reality with a practical sense and endurance.
Ian Whyte shows aptitude in the use of materials of all kind as well as dealing with money. In whatever areas the earth signs might stand, if they are dominant, it means practical skill.
Ian Whyte has difficulties to perceive his wishes and thoughts, to process and express them. The flow of thoughts often stops where the worded expression can be either inhibited or spilled over. To learn something new or to tackle an uncustomary situation could mean difficulties. Ian Whyte should be more interested in life and enter into discussions because in the end every opinion is interesting. Ian Whyte also should read to take care of the mental nutrition. To keep a diary could be a great help.
For Ian Whyte it is hard to express his feelings, wishes and dreams towards other people. Ian Whyte either feels that too much emotion is bothersome or even disconcerting. Due to the lack of emotional expression Ian Whyte often is perceived as composed, indifferent and noncommittal. It takes long until Ian Whyte warms up to a person or a matter and many things leave Ian Whyte strangely unaffected. Ian Whyte needs something to which he can seriously commit to give his life depth and a sense.
Ian Whyte often lacks initiative and impulse. Mostly Ian Whyte lets things go their way even if Ian Whyte does not agree. Ian Whyte rather dodges conflict situations even then when he is convinced to stand in for the right matter. Therefore Ian Whyte often also lacks determination and the ability to assert himself which makes it difficult for Ian Whyte to put his wishes, ideas and goals into reality.
The star signs do not only have a meaning in their planetary positions but they do also correspond to one of the elements Fire, Water, Air and Earth. They are organized according to their alignment in the Zodiac into a triangle group. Aries, Leo and Sagittarius belong to the fire sign triangle. Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn belong to the earth sign triangle. Gemini, Libra and Aquarius belong to the air sign triangle. Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces belong to the Water element triangle. A dominating element can be softened by other elements, all depending on how strong or weak they are in the birth chart.
Ian Whyte belongs to the mutable temperament which makes him flexible and adaptable. Ian Whyte's diversity and adaptability can bring Ian Whyte success.
Ian Whyte's mutable signs dominate his horoscope which makes him adaptable, flexible, diversely interested and inventive. Ian Whyte easily adapts to changing situations and shows a richness of experience Ian Whyte has gathered in all kind of areas and which Ian Whyte uses. Ian Whyte is also mentally agile and is able to balance his surroundings. Ian Whyte can, if needed, to be extremely flexible and creative. Positively seen Ian Whyte could be called to be full of ideas; negatively seen Ian Whyte can be very nervous, too sorrowful and unable to live in the present. However, Ian Whyte will show adaptability in all areas of life that are occupied with a mutable zodiac sign. Ian Whyte should take extra care not to fritter.
Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius and Pisces belong to the mutual signs.
Ian Whyte is intellectual as his planets in the air signs outweigh the ones in the fire signs.
Ian Whyte is also down to earth as Ian Whyte's planets in the earth signs outweigh the ones in the water signs. Ian Whyte's polarity is negative, contracting dynamic and excited and passive.
Ian Whyte shows mainly passive signs in his horoscope with a 64 percentage. Therefore Ian Whyte rather views life from a waiting and observing prospect. As a man Ian Whyte is perhaps perceived as too soft. However, it also points out that Ian Whyte should present himself in a more open and active manner.
All Fire signs (Aries, Leo and Sagittarius) and all Air signs (Gemini, Libra and Aquarius) belong to the active polarity. All Earth signs (Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn) and Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces) belong to the passive polarity.
Born September 17
Bangor, Gwynedd , Wales, United Kingdom - 53n14 / 4w8