General Michael Thomas Flynn has been in the news a lot lately. There is no birth data anywhere for him other than place, Barrington Rhode Island and month December and year, 1958 — so we chose one and rectified from there. Read ahead for is our very speculative chart for him.
We propose that General Flynn was born December 7, 1958 in Barrington, Rhode Island at 3;46 AM, EST. This time/date gives him a bucket temperament type with a Mars Singleton handle in the Seventh House with the practical sign of Taurus ruling.
We feel that this works because with Mars as a Singleton it gives great emphasis to his Martial (i.e. Miliary) career and his strong desire to rise in prominence within the ranks. The singleton also gives him a special talent, dealing with military relationships, and the ability to focus in that area of his life with strong concentration. Often this shows up with someone who is so intent on the big picture that they are felled by an acorn, tripping themselves up by looking ahead and forgetting to watch their step.
He does have a Rim opposition (Uranus v. ) but it requires Chiron (the asteroid of Personal Respect) instead of as Dr. Jones would like, one of the major planets. As such, with this opposition, it suggests that General Flynn is a stable person, does not fly off the handle and treats people fairly; in short he has a logical and equitable disposition.
This setup of Uranus v. Chiron, also works into Fixed T-Cross with Mars v. Jupiter is atypical and suggests that as soon as the General solves one crisis (problem) he works on solving the next and gives him great potential for accomplishment. Unfortunately as we previously noted, it also gives him a tendency to scatter his resources, be secretive (the Ascendant of 06.07 points to a person who prizes highly his privacy) and in the process undermine his success.
If only that was not so……….maybe you have a better idea? Let us know.
Flynn’s fall occurred because of the discrepancy he reported to the Oval Office and what was recorded and illegally leaked. The Washington Times thinks that inside rivals may been integral to the general’s quick fall.