Rose McGowan, Harvey Weinstein and Jill Messick
Mapping Ms. Messick
The most notable planets is the Moon-Saturn partile conjunction in the Ninth House of reputation or popularly called “long journeys” at 13 Aries that has the Sabian Symbol of “A bomb that has failed to explode is now safely hidden from discovery.” The Moon with its denotations of home and family, and Saturn of career and work in the house of reputation highlight how much her work ethic and personal reputation were an integral part of person. Skipping to the hypothetical death chart, we see that her current Midheaven is in opposition to that pairing and suggests that she truly felt that her career and life, so intertwined in her person, was over.
The Moon-Saturn pair is then squared to the hypothetical Pluto on the cusp of the Seventh house of partners and relationships. Pluto is stressed here, and as a generational planet, highlights how Ms. Messick saw no way out of this crisis — she felt it was haunt her forever in Tinseltown and her relationships with her clients, built on trust and cooperation, was irrevocably broken as it is also in opposition to her Ascendant.
In her birth chart, Pluto is opposite the dynamic duo of Moon-Saturn and conjunct Venus. While we do not know this to be true, this would hint that the bulk of her clients were female actors (conjunct Uranus — electronic media). Her Part of Fortune is at 25 Scorpio in the fifth house with the symbol of “An xray machine in operation and so a keen diagnosis occurs, ” suggests that a lot of her career success was made based on her personal judgement, hence the personal blow over the McGowan-Weinstein brouhaha.
You can download the chart for Ms Jill messick’s birth-suicide. The death chart is just a guess — hence our calling it “hypothetical.” Our sincere condolences to her famiy and friends, whom we trust were many.
The Harvey Weinstein scandal took a tragic turn when Rose McGowan’s former manager committed suicide after becoming “collateral damage in an already horrific story” surrounding the mogul’s battle with the actress.
Jill Messick, a 50-year-old mother of two, worked as McGowan’s manager in 1997, when McGowan has claimed she was raped by Weinstein. Messick then went on to work at Weinstein’s Miramax until 2003, producing “She’s All That” and “Frida.” She committed suicide on Wednesday after battling depression and bipolar disorder for years, her family said.
In a blistering statement, Messick’s family also said she struggled with being drawn into the McGowan-Weinstein battle.
“Seeing her name in headlines again and again, as part of one person’s attempt to gain more attention for her personal cause, along with Harvey’s desperate attempt to vindicate himself, was devastating . . . It broke Jill” ——New York Post.
Harvey Weinstein’s chart is here.