Could Christine Lagarde Save the World?

Friday September 23rd 2011
Christin Lagarde

Pallas Athena

You know, Christine Lagarde, the head of the IMF, almost looks as if she’s enjoying herself. Perhaps she is – because clearly her time has arrived. This point is what her life has been about.
For her everything is focusing in on this moment in history. Truly she has a date with destiny and it is written in the sky. Right now, she is having a nodal return, the dragon’s head is roaring her name

A I write this her point of destiny, the North Node, has returned to the spot where it was on the day she was born. It does so once every 18 years. Last time this happened, 1995, she was promoted into her company’s big league.
Meanwhile everywhere you look, there’s a great big void where there should be leadership. All the Europeans look knackered or shifty or defeated or all three. Obama, well, how would you feel if you were him? Then there’s Mme Lagarde – steely, resolved, sensible, brainy. She has leadership written all over every inch of her immaculate armour.
That is because she is Pallas Athena, the goddess of war, strategy, wisdom. When we see her, we see the goddess. The asteroid Pallas is exactly on Lagarde’s MC. 
Birth data courtesy of Astrotheme
We might do well to listen carefully to what she has to say.
That said, Lagarde is very much part of the establishment – the establishment which made this mess in the first place. Her Sun is at 10° Capricorn – the same place as so many countries (including the UK) that were born on January 1 – and opposite the US Sun in Cancer. That also puts her right in the path of transiting Pluto next year. Will she make Pluto her friend and wield even more power? Or will she be burnt by the dark ones laser? 
My guess is the former. 
Just as an aside. Look at the Aquarian planets and the Uranus in the fourth house of home. This lady may be very comme il faut in public, but her private life is “eccentric”. I wonder what she was like as a mother.

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  1. Opal says:

    Holy Moly, what a chart! I wouldn’t want to get on the wrong side of her. And I’m a Capricorn 🙂

  2. Christina says:

    Can’t say I’m terribly keen on the Mars-Saturn in Scorpio in the 7th. She wears the trousers all right.

    Then there’s the little matter of the Moon-Pluto in Leo. I’ve met a lot of Moon-Plutos – most of them have lovely intense mothers, but in Leo. I truly wonder what she was like as a mother herself.

    She is very smart though. Among other things there’s that hyper-critical Jupiter in Virgo.

    Good executive – hard human being.

  3. Christina says:

    Also with that Jupiter in Virgo – she truly does want to serve, which is more than can be said for most of ’em.

  4. Opal says:

    Yes it was the Mars Saturn sq to Moon Pluto I was looking at. Combined with the Cap Sun and Aqua Venus I expect she is able to be very cold and hard when needs be. Mind you, how else could you survive the environment she works in? And you’d have to be able to make hard decisions without getting emotional, so it’s actually a great chart for the job. And I like the Pallas Mercury. Great strategist…just a bit scary 🙂

  5. Anonymous says:

    Quirky footnote. According to Wikipedia in her youth she was a member of the French national synchronised swimming team.

    The hand of Pallas I wonder? Creating orderly patterns in water is what synchronised swimming is all about. Can’t see too much else in her chart to indicate aquatic activity.

    Wiki also states that she is a vegetarian and practices yoga (Jupiter in Virgo) as well as swimming and scuba diving. I’m just glad she has ways of unwinding. She will need them!


  6. Christina says:

    Synchronise swimming! Surely Pallasish.

  7. yes and no

    she`s an interesting and strong character who will bring order, that will stand for long

    but the world never was lost, capitalism has a pulse, scroll down to the final page

    so the crysis was to expected, and there are a bunch of economists, who already said this almost a century ago

    and wallstreet people like Soros or Buffett apply this thing on a daily basis

    just nowadays it`s not trendy to make sense and people became too passive 😀