Sun in Pisces, Moon in Scorpio
Your nature tends to be hard and selfish, although often you are judged as more unyielding than you really are. Your innermost nature is sensitive and receptive, but you have erected an elaborate system of self-defense. You possess real business ability and the necessary energy to achieve success, if fortune cooperates. Because of your receptive, sensitive individuality, you are often misled into committing actions that you can't possibly justify. The key to a more harmonious existence lies in concentrating your energies before they have a chance to dissipate. You have an innate capacity for investigation, which could be used to probe into your own psyche and give you the self-understanding you seek.
Ascendant in Gemini, Mercury in the Eleventh House
At the time of your birth the zodiacal sign of Gemini was ascending in the horizon. Its ruler Mercury is located in the eleventh house.
Your ascending sign and the position of its ruler offers general information concerning the overall trends of the course of life and complements the data pertaining to your temperament, given previously by the analysis of the combined positions of the Sun and Moon.
Gemini is the third sign of the zodiac and among its key psychological influences over life there are the following: intellectual activities, humanism, and abhorrence of violence, constant doubt of all mental concepts, hesitancy and academic interest.
People whose ascending sign is Gemini usually appear as elegant, slender, expressive, and with very humane facial expressions. They are individuals with some literary inclination, dexterous with manual labors and crafts, apt, able, witty, inventive and very curious and subtle.
A Gemini in the ascendant will always distinguish himself by his rather eloquent speech and writing, his much occupied daily life, and his perpetual lack of an ability to effect swift and determined decisions. As a Gemini, you should try to compensate your hesitancy with fast thinking.
Your disposition to life-events will be kind and generous (within bounds) but not always fortunate, because of too much vacillation in decision-making circumstances. You possess the capability of rising in life because of your own intellectual assets.
Your mind is open and generous, and your intellect self-sufficient; yet on many occasions, judgment will appear as "twisted". You should restrain useless discussion, strife, and unprofitable argument as they're your worst enemies.
To achieve success, you should stress your literary and scientific studies, give free hand to your brilliant intellect in warranted circumstances, and apply your diligent nature to writing, traveling, communications, and human analysis. In all these activities you are at your best.
The fact that your life-ruler is in the eleventh house means, among other things, that friends, acquaintances and social relationships will be of the utmost importance to you, and that, because of this, most of the important dramatic events in your life will happen as a result of your friends and acquaintances. Mercury in this house refers to your intellectual friends who appeal strongly to your ways of thinking in contrast with your usual feelings; this means that these acquaintances are of an intellectual and not an emotional relationship.
You must be warned, however, that not all these individuals will conform to the trust that you placed in them but rather will act in a deceitful and dishonest manner towards you.
Moon in the Sixth House
The Moon, the Earth satellite, was found in your sixth house at the time of birth. Among other things, this indicates that throughout life your work duties will be varied, multiple, and require contact with many people. Healthwise, this may denote a propensity to suffer through excessive changes and motivations.
Psychologically, this position inclines you to act through subordinate roles rather than those of leadership.
A final psychological trait is a secret desire to become known professionally.
Saturn in the Sixth House
Saturn, the chronological planet, was found in your sixth house at the time of birth. This is a very faithful position. It indicates that your destiny will be fulfilled by overcoming obstacles in achieving success in your work.
In general, your work orientation and general health are not going to be very beneficial in life. You are going to find many problems in working or in finding employment and you may also be distressed by your relationships with subordinates or fellow employees. Most of these unfortunate circumstances should be regarded as tests of your character and viewed in this manner, you may obtain much enrichment in your psychic life from this knowledge and experience of pain.
Venus in the Tenth House
Venus, the planet of harmony, was found in the tenth house at the time of birth.
You will appear as a person who seeks harmony, inclined as you are to observe the aesthetic value of all things in life, to engage in artistic activities and to possess all that is lovely and beautiful. You have sufficient potential to achieve success in life, especially if your occupation is artistic or musical.
Much of your success is a consequence of applied interest and hard work; you posses merit and ability, and your congenial, intelligent manner produces a very exalted image.
In any case, there are very good possibilities for the acquisition of some social distinction, a good reputation and financial success at some period of your life.
Sun in the Eleventh House
The Sun, the giver of life, was found in the eleventh house at the time of birth.
In general, this is a favorable position. Throughout your life you will receive assistance from persons occupying superior positions in life. After middle age there are strong possibilities that you will gain in reputation and esteem through relationships with people of prominence. Destiny may grant you sufficient strength of character and even opportunities to carry out your wishes to their utmost.
Spiritually, you seem to have a loyal disposition and you are straightforward and honestly oriented. You're very well aware, however, of a sense of superiority and dignity.