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  • I left out all the earlier generations in this fascinating overview!

    http://www.wstardesigns.com/Horoscopes/generations.html

    "The war babies," 1939-1946 (Generation W-a) (Uranus in Taurus/Gemini, trine Neptune in Virgo/Libra; Pluto in Leo) This group provided the leaders of the "60s generation." They are outspoken, visionary and unconventional, but they burned up much of their energy in their youth (Gemini). Impulsive, confident, spontaneous and restless, they are rebels with a cause and can become great leaders. But perhaps they have been too fickle or adaptable to remain true to the great ideals of their youth. This group and the next are very musically talented. Examples: Muhammed Ali, Joan Baez, The Beatles, Joseph Biden, Chevy Chase, Robert DeNiro, John Denver, Bob Dylan, Richard Gephardt, Newt Gingrich, Tom Hayden, Jimi Hendrix, Jesse Jackson, Mick Jagger, Janis Joplin, Ted Koppel, Oliver North, Pat Schroeder, Tom Selleck, Pete Townshend, Paul Tsongas.

    "The baby boomers," 1946-1956 (Generation W-b) (Uranus in late Gemini and Cancer, square Neptune in Libra; Pluto in Leo) This populous group is famous for its idealism and provided the "shock troops" for the sixties rebellions. These "flower children" are outgoing, warm, adventurous, confident, outspoken and exhibitionist; but less original than the war babies. Born to prosperous but uncertain times, they were called "spoiled" and "impatient;" yet although they dropped out as "hippies," they also became the first "yuppies" (young urban professionals). They insist on their creative autonomy (Leo), but also long for union with others (Libra); so some of them are emotionally insecure or inconsistent. Examples: Cher, Bill Clinton (1946), Kevin Costner, Billy Crystal, Al Gore Jr., Jay Leno, David Letterman, Joe Montana, Jane Pauley, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jerry Seinfeld, Bruce Springsteen, Meryl Streep, John Travolta, Robin Williams, Oprah Winfrey.

    "The baby boomers, part two," 1957-62 (Generation W-c) (Uranus in Leo, Neptune in Scorpio, Pluto in Virgo) This group was too young for the sixties and so are more conventional in their approach to life. They are talented investigators or analysts and provide many of the "yuppie" computer professionals. Most in this group are self-contained, shrewd, secretive, careful, tenacious, calculating and capable. They are more thoughtful, hesitant, reflective and unsure than the elder boomers, but often no less outgoing and exhibitionist (since Uranus is in Leo). In fact, many in this group have already made quite an impression in the show business world. Examples: Scott Baio, Matthew Broderick, Katie Couric, Tom Cruise, Michael J. Fox, Woody Harrelson, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Demi Moore, Eddie Murphy, Donny Osmond, Sean Penn, Prince, Tim Robbins.

    "The techno-punks," 1963-1969 (Generation X-a) (Uranus conjunct Pluto in Virgo; Neptune in Scorpio) It was said that the "punks" were the hippies of the eighties. This group is free-wheeling, impulsive, clever and resourceful, but more hard-nosed and cynical than the baby boomers were. They grew up in a declining society with little moral direction, and so have been called "the new lost generation" (the old was the group of "seekers" born during the Neptune-Pluto conjunction). They were labeled "Generation X" because they were so unsure of their identity or purpose. Despite having to grow up as "brash, pragmatic, suspicious, skeptical, selfish, sharp-eyed survivalists," this group has enormous creative potential once they find something to believe in. The first children of the computer age, they will undergo many personal upheavals and changes. Great scientists, artists and revolutionary political leaders could emerge from this group. Examples: Lisa Bonet, Kurt Cobain, Gary Coleman, Rob Lowe, Marla Matlin, Sinaid O'Connor, Luke Perry, Jason Priestley, Kiefer Sutherland.

    "The mellow ones," 1970-1974 (Generation X-b) (Uranus in Libra, Neptune in Sagittarius, Pluto in Virgo/Libra) This is mostly a friendly, easy-going, confused, flabby, indolent group of "slackers," but it has great potential in music and diplomacy. Not so fanatical and less cynical than their elder brothers and sisters, they are often wise, generous and mature. This group needs to get off its duff and make up for its poor educational background. Once it does, some very talented artists, writers, philosophers and teachers may come from this sub-generation. Examples: Christina Applegate, Kirk Cameron, Neil Patrick Harris.

    "The explorers," 1975-1981 (Generation X-c) (Uranus in Scorpio, Neptune in Sagittarius, Pluto in Libra) This group is more intense, exuberant, and disciplined than the previous one. They are "mellow," but also very cynical. Relationships and sex are important to this generation, like other recent ones. Many children of the seventies and eighties feel the need to fill the cultural void in their lives by exploring the unknown and traveling widely. They see the lurking danger to their future, so the best of them are driven to investigate the roots of our problems. But others may act out their alienation destructively. Examples: Macauley Culkin, Fred Savage.

    "Explorers, part two," 1982-84 (Generation X-d) (Uranus and Neptune in Sagittarius, Pluto in Libra) Temperamentally this exuberant group is more like the "mellow ones," but they are also definitely "explorers." They are undisciplined and unfocused, but probably very positive and mature otherwise. This transitional sub-generation will be a great source of visionaries, adventurers, humorists, storytellers, writers and philosophers, but don't look for too many great political leaders.

    "The benevolent entrepreneurs," 1984-88 (Generation Y-a) (Uranus in Sagittarius, Neptune in Capricorn, Pluto in Scorpio) This is a more ambitious and well-disciplined group. It will include many far-seeing and important leaders and entrepreneurs. Though most will probably be on the conservative side, many will organize great projects for the public benefit. They feel a great duty to society and Humanity.

    "The committed ones," 1988-1995 (Generation Y-b) (Uranus conjunct Neptune in Capricorn, Pluto in Scorpio) This is a group with outstanding potential. It is a very precocious generation, but won't burn itself out in youth. They are steady, persistent, determined, ambitious and passionate. They have great talent in the arts, politics and organization, and they may be the great leaders who lay down lasting foundations for a new age of civilization. On the other hand, some might consider them too cold, calculating, rigid, worldly or obsessed with their own goals.

    "The flame throwers," 1996-2003 (Generation Y-c) (Uranus in Aquarius, Neptune in late Capricorn and Aquarius, Pluto in Sagittarius) This will be a very outgoing, irrepressible, exuberant generation, quick to question authority and convention. They will be brilliant intellectuals, inventors, reformers and propagandists.

    "The universal free spirits," 2003-2010 (Generation Z-a) (Uranus in Pisces, Neptune in Aquarius, Pluto in Sagittarius/early Capricorn) Their successors will be similar, but more easy-going, sensitive and poetic. They will follow the paths laid down by the previous two generations, but will show greater brilliance in the imaginative arts. As the first of Generation Z, they will teach compassion for Humanity as we all reach the "omega point" of universal human awareness after 2012.

    "Lonely rebels," 2011-2018 (Generation Z-b) (Uranus in Aries square Pluto in Capricorn; Neptune in Pisces) This group will be similar to those born in the early 1930s. Like them, they will be confused rebels or lonely seekers in their youth. Growing up in times of crisis, they will insist on breaking free from authorities and blazing their own path, however unsure of where it might lead them. Highly visionary, in later years some of them will be able to adapt and find a powerful leadership position within society.

    "Silent searchers," 2018-2025 (Generation Z-c) (Uranus in Taurus, Neptune in Pisces, Pluto in Capricorn) This generation will be very similar to the "silent generation" of the late 1930s. Confused seekers like their elder brothers and sisters, they will quietly keep many of their hopes and dreams to themselves until later in life, when they will effectively act on their desire to help others. But many in this group will be acquisitive and conformist due to their overweening desire for security.

    "Green pioneers," 2025-2032 (Generation A-a) Uranus in Gemini trine Pluto in Aquarius; sextile Neptune in Aries. With this generation we start our letter count over again and arrive back at "A" (the last such generation A having lived about 500 years ago). Like the "war babies" of the 1940s, this will be a highly idealistic, inventive, dynamic and creative group determined to change the world. Instead of "dropping out" or protesting against society as their grandparents did, these people will be intensely active and goal-oriented. They will be the young leaders of the "Green Revolution" at mid-century, intent on transforming the world no matter how disruptive it may be to the peace or the status quo.

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    • ""The benevolent entrepreneurs," 1984-88 (Generation Y-a) (Uranus in Sagittarius, Neptune in Capricorn, Pluto in Scorpio) This is a more ambitious and well-disciplined group. It will include many far-seeing and important leaders and entrepreneurs. Though most will probably be on the conservative side, many will organize great projects for the public benefit. They feel a great duty to society and Humanity."

      Hmm... that´s me, but I do not recognice myself... I have: Uranus sag. in house three... neptune cap. also house three and sextile to Pluto in scorpio, house one or two depending on house system...

      Very interresting overview!!

      I notice with great fascination that my father is a W-c (baby boomer II) and my mother an X-a (techno punk)... and that SHOWS!! My mother really is a former punk and an artist to that and my father is one of the most conventional guy you can find and very analytical... (while my mother can never in a moment be called analytical)... They ar such a mismatch that the actually end up fitting quite nicely together... I can also recognice my brother in Y-b... steady, persistent, determined all cover him but also cold, calculating, rigid... now I understand why he is so much capricorn... really should do his natal chart...

      Still doesn´t recognice myself, but maybe it can be because I am the one trying to se the real me... doesn´t work that well... You really cannot evaluate yourself like you evaluate others... But I´m not diciplined or ambitious, and you couldn´t really say that I feel I have any kind of duty to humanity or society... Entrepreneur dosen´t fit... and no, I´m not that conservative... Oh, well my thoughts can maybe be called conservative but not my way of living or the way I look at life... ugh...

      Oh, well I have allways been consodered quite and oddball... I think that my pluto in scorpio really brings out the nonconformist and catalyst (if that is the word...?... english isn´t my native)... Everything has a tendency to spark and come to life if I meddle in it... and I seldome care what people think of me... Uranus in sagittarius gives rebelliousness and a desperate fight for freedome and maybe my thirst for knowledge... combined with the third house I have noticed that I have a huge need to allways be free in a friendship, I do NOT want to be tied up by relationship bonds... I have the need to allways be able to take a break in a friendship, to step back... I hate it when people take my friendship for granted and makes it some sort of permanent bond.... I think my neptune in capricorn gives me stability enough to not be carried away by my uranus and scorpio... gives me calm... Frankly part of me is thankful that I do not have a crazy imagination as well... and part of me wonders what that would be like... My imagination is leashed to reality... what would it be like to have neptune in scorpio like my mother...

      Everything becomes even more interesting when you compare my uranus sag to my brothers(born 1990) uranus cap... One thing, I like travel would like to go to india, egypt..., he has no urge to even go on a holiday trip to to Sweden... I have no interest what so ever in politics or even political systems while my brother is intensly inwolved in various political clubs and also has a great knowledge of politics... I enjoy early history very much (stone age to early iron age) he enjoys everything after the industrial revolution, especially the last twenty years... Both my brother and I have a great mamory and enjoy study but I have a far more relaxed attitude... I am a lazy bitch that still manages grerat reslults he is a really diciplined student that manages even greater results... I think he will go further that I will... he is soo diciplined... Really interesting... Also I am calm and mostly collectedansd sometimes percieved as cold, he is collected to the point of being really cold...

      Oh well, that about that... have had todays english practise now then... Comments to above said?
      Thanks Patriciaj for the banner!!:fpraise:


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      • Hi Nightlady,

        These descriptions are about your generation; not really about you. I mean you have these outer planets in common with your whole generation, but they may or may not really fit your personality. Our inner planets, Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus and Mars and Rising Sign talk abouit our personalities this life.

        Still, the outer planets, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto may yet call you up, engage you in a generation cause or endeavor.

        Now here is a step deeper yet:

        I come from the Pluto in Leo Generation, the Boomers. George Bush 2 is also a Boomer. Some Pluto in Leos act very stuck or wounded Leo, generationally speaking, and some Pluto in Leos, shoot that energy of self-expression into Aquarius. We were the dawning of the Age of Aquarius generation and we still are.

        Similarly some of the Pluto in Scorpio generation are going to get stuck in Scorpio - this isn't pretty; negative Scorpio is dark. Other Pluto in Scorpio generation folks will shoot that Scorpionic intensity right into Taurus. You will create sustainable, healthy, cozy, fun, deep, and artistic communities; grown food, buy local, in both urban and rural settings. I don't know if we will be using money as we know it now, or alternative currencies or what? You will come into your power in the next 20 years, during this Pluto in Capricorn time.

        The Pluto in Sagely-Aware-ious children, kids nows, will light up the Gemini/Sag. axis - which will enhance communication and learning as well as cosmic connection - telepathy anyone?

        Hope this helps.

        RedRose
        Last edited by RedRose; February 22nd, 2008, 08:48 PM.

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