Brett Kavanaugh

So I looked at Brett Kavanaugh’s chart last night and today at the start of the confirmation hearings. I was surprised to see such terrible aspects considering he is up for a job on the highest court in the land. We should see amazing and positive aspects in culminating or at least on the angles. I’m posting his solar chart here with the transits on the day it began with my interpretation underneath it.


As you can see he has Jupiter at the top of his chart (public recognition, the high court) transiting the 9th (solar chart) which is the high court, but if you notice it is conjunct his natal Neptune. The other problem is that transiting Jupiter in Taurus is exactly opposite his natal Jupiter in the 3rd. That’s not terrible, but it’s not good enough to balance out the negative impact of transiting Jupiter hitting the natal Neptune. Add in transiting Neptune in the 1st house opposing the natal Pluto in the 7th. OK, now that’s pretty literal. Delusion (Neptune) self-deception, glamour, illusion opposing Pluto (power) the 7th house (again legal issues and courts). It appears to me, that it will look like Kavanaugh will believe he is going to get this job, he’s going to believe (Neptune in Pisces in the 1st) yet it will likely be pulled out from underneath him – Neptune opposing Pluto (Uranus is conjunct Pluto) through some unexpected twist. Despite my fear that he will be put onto the high court – the chart doesn’t support this fear. I really do not see the kind of aspects I would expect to see if he was going to be confirmed into such a high profile and important job on the Supreme Court. I was honestly surprised to see this due to the rush the Republicans have been in to get this guy confirmed and the fervor in which they have been working to move him into that job.





NIFTY Stock Market update

I recently had someone e-mail me about a prediction I had made on this blog back in 2008 about the NIFTY Stock Market. I’m going to re-post the post below so you can look at it without having to search the site. It was published in December of 2008 if you want to check it. I just cut and pasted it. If you google [NIFTY stock market horoscope] this post is one of the first few things that come up. Of course I forgot about this (it was 10 years ago) and had no idea if the prediction was accurate or not. It turns out that the period I isolated of 2011-2012 did pan out. The NIFTY lost 25% of its value in 2011 which is likely why I was asked to look at the next piece of the prediction which was that in 2019-2020 there would be something much worse coming down the pike for the NIFTY.  So I am going to look at this and figure out what I was alluding to there and post some analysis of it along with an analysis of other markets around the world including the NYSE and perhaps the NASDAQ. If anyone has ideas of other markets to analyze let me know e-mail me at: or It really interested me that I had picked that period as this is the period I am worried about for the NYSE and the general economy. So I’m going to try and look at what I am starting to suspect might be a worldwide economic situation. But we’ll see! Hopefully not!

In the chart I have below of the NIFTY the reason I picked 2011-2012 for financial issues was because Pluto was transiting the 8th house squaring the natal Neptune in Libra in the 5th. So here’s the original post below:

Blessings to all of you!



Malayali has been very patient and done a lot of research to bring insight into the stock market side of what is going on in India.

Let me remind everyone again, I’m not a financial person, just a monkey with an ephemeris, tarot cards, computer and some astrology charts. So try to bare with me.

Here is an explanation from Malayali on what NIFTY is and then the chart and analysis will follow.


Hi Denise, thanks for your humble reply. With lot of respect… here are some details regarding NIFTY. The National Stock Exchange of India Limited or S&P CNX NIFTY (NSE), is a Mumbai based stock exchange. It is the largest stock exchange in India in terms of daily turnover and number of trades, of both equities & derivative trading. NSE is also the third largest stock exchange in the world in terms of number of trades in equities. Though a number of other exchanges exist, NSE and the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) are the two major significant stock exchange in India, and between them are responsible for the vast majority of share transations. The NSE’s key index is the S&P CNX NIFTY, known as Nifty, an index of 50 major stocks weighted by market capitalisation. The Standard & Poor’s CRISIL NSE Index 50 or S&P CNX Nifty nicknamed Nifty 50 or simply Nifty. The Nifty is a well diversified 50 stocks index accounting for 21 sectors of the economy and is the list of bluechip stocks listed on National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) ( Nifty is used for variety of purposes, often used as the benchmark of trading the health of the Indian Stock Markets, and also used for benchmarking fund portfolios, index based derivatives and indux funds. Nifty 50 Index started with a base value of 1000 on November 3rd, 1995. I hope you won’t disappoint your friend. I believe, that your predictions will hit the desired targets. Expecting your valuable advice & comments on NIFTY….. your friend, fan & believer….. malayali….. (Life’s Highest Value of NIFTY Index = 6357.10 dated 27th November, 2008) & (Current Value of NIFTY Index = 2752.25 dated 26th November, 2009). But today, 27 th November, 2009….. both NSE & BSE is closed due to the terror atacks on Mumbai. For more details & NIFTY charts, log on to :

BIG correction : (Life’s Highest Value of NIFTY Index = 6357.10 dated 8th january, 2008) & (Current Value of NIFTY Index = 2752.25 dated 26th November, 2008). But today, 27th November 2008….. both NSE & BSE is closed due to the terror attacks on Mumbai. For more details & NIFTY charts, log on to : I’m sorry,… typing mistake, malayali…

After searching the Historical Index Charts of NIFTY (… the start date of NIFTY is on 3rd July, 1990 = 279.02 (Index Closing Value). Each day, Nifty Index trading starts from 09.55 A.M to 03.30 P.M (Monday to Friday). Life’s Highest Value of NIFTY Index = 6357.10 dated 8th January, 2008. Current Closing Value of NIFTY Index = 2755.10 dated last Friday, 28th November 2008. Denis Siegel….. you are great…… mind-blowing…… & simply superb. Your true friend & follower….. Malayali

picture-113OK, here goes.

The information Malayali gave will hopefully help those of you who are more familiar with how markets work. Again, I’m just an a psychic and an astrologer so I’m just going to go with my intiution and what the stars point out.

It’s interesting to me to see how the problems in this market are manifested very differently then in the Dow Jones or NASDAQ charts. It is Jupiter in Capricorn going through the 5th house (of speculation, Jupiter = foreigners) conjuncting the stellium there and opposing the stellium in the 11th house. I know in Vedic astrology Jupiter is the great beneficent and Saturn the great Malific and in this case Jupiter is opposing itself and later conjuncting Saturn (also in Vedic astrology there is no use of the outer planets, Pluto, Uranus or Neptune.)

Basically, this means that it is foreign markets making investors nervous and causing a see-saw effect; this aspect would have been felt strongly during our crash at the end of October, but would have been felt as early as January of 08 when there may have been technology jobs lost in India for some reason, and feelings among astute investors that something didn’t seem right. This little period of instability would have gone on until mid-late February of 2008 and then there would have been a period when investors would have felt safer again, and been lulled back into complicity. The big wake up call being this fall.

The good news for NIFTY is this market is very strong, and really its the global market that is causing problems here, right now. Those problems will get worked on, even fixed over the next few years. It’s not until February of 2011 that there will be unexpected, out of the blue troubles, mostly again with the work force, and more then likely with technology jobs. This will cause a big adjustment in the market at the time and by May of 2012 will very likely lead to value being lost in the market, especially companies that deal in technology, communication or communication related jobs. I wonder if this will be because laws will be passed in the US giving domestic companies greater incentive to hire US citizens instead of outsourcing these types of technology related and communication related jobs to India, reversing the current trend. So watch for that in the next four years.

This will be the start of a major adjustment of the NIFTY. And will be when NIFTY will have its version of what we are seeing here in the US, but I’m sure not to this extent because by then there will be even more laws in place protecting the world markets, but still, there will be a tremendous amount of Pluto aspects going on, so you will see this market restructured starting with this out of the blue crisis in 2011 and then some major restructuring starting in December of 2013, and later some big losses for investors about a year later when Pluto conjuncts Neptune exactly in the 5th house of speculation. So I would say to anyone at that time, pull your money out well before that time, and put it in something safe or in another market until this market goes through its period of adjustment.

It will have one very bad last readjusment when Pluto conjuncts NIFTY’s Saturn in the 5th house and square’s NIFTY’s Mars in the 8th from about 2019-2020. This could be a much bigger problem for India, I’m going to look at India’s chart and post it right now. Here’s the chart of India:

Based on this, I’d say there will be some sort of a global crisis. It could be the climate crisis, a major famine or drought or natural disaster, something that will impact everyone and make trade, business and the economy seem very small by comparison. That being said, I hope I’m very wrong.

Hope I have shed some light on NIFTY. If you have a specific question, something I could ask the tarot in a yes/no spread, then please feel free to post it and I will answer it as soon as I can.

Best wishes to all and many blessing to you,



Stephen Miller

I did an analysis of Stephen Miller back when writing the book, Astrology of Donald Trump and the Fate of his Presidency. This didn’t make it into the final edit as I kept it to just Donald Trump. I’m going to post this piece about Miller as he is said to be the architect of ripping children and babies away from their asylum seeking parents and putting them into internment camps. So I’m going to post what I wrote back in January of this year and will post the analysis and charts of the other team Trump members who also didn’t make it into the final edit. I will do this over the course of the next week or so, stay tuned for that.

Here’s his natal chart and the analysis of it:


Lucky for us his birth time is known – other than Trump we don’t have times for most of the players. Although Stephen Miller comes from a liberal Jewish California background, he is NOT liberal. In fact he is quite the opposite. So what makes him tick and what’s going on with this young man that Trump has given so much power to. Miller has a Capricorn rising – this is the lens we see life through and the way we project ourself into the world. Capricorn is taciturn, circumspect, backwards looking, dark and conservative. It is ruled by the oppressive Saturn and since it is his rising, Saturn rules his chart. He also has Neptune not far from the ascendant in Capricorn in the 12th, his taciturn, strict, dark view likely comes from a past life and not from his family of origin. He has Moon conjunct Uranus (if your sensing a Uranian theme throughout the Trump White House you would be correct) indicating that he felt erratically nurtured as a child and like the odd man out in his family. He felt alone, as if he had to raise himself. His philosophy (Sag) was self-taught and sprung from his own feelings of isolation from his environment. This configuration trines his natal Mars/Mercury in Leo – he is arrogant, domineering and a chest thumper – this trine creates a self-fulfilling emotional feedback loop. He puts himself out there in the most dramatic, dogmatic and self-aggrandizing way, which feeds his emotional instability (Moon/Uranus).
Saturn rules his chart – it is darkly placed in Scorpio at the top of his chart. He is ambitious, power seeking and controlling – he is by nature secretive and given to conspiracies and thoughts of power structures – it squares his Mars/Mercury in the 7th – there is an internal struggle between showmanship, presentation and hyperbolic speech (Mercury/Mars in Leo) square his more taciturn, secretive career ambitions. His Pluto in Scorpio at 2 conjunct his 10th house cusp from the 9th is square his natal Jupiter in Aquarius in the 1st. His dark philosophy (destructive and powerful) is at odds with his family (Jupiter depositor of Moon in Sag 11th house). His early identity would have been more open and humanitarian. But as he grew up his need to control, secretive nature and desire for power created tension in his family and with friends. His sense of self has a schism in it from the environment he grew up in (open, liberal, humanitarian) and his darker philosophies.
Interestingly, and most notably his Neptune in Capricorn in the 12th is trine his natal Sun in the 8th which means his subconscious, even past lives are integrated into his sense of self in this lifetime. The fact that his Sun is in the house of other people’s money, sex, death (Manson had a stellium in Scorpio in this house) and cult leaders indicates that he is in service to his darker urges. These two planets feed into his Pluto in Scorpio in the 9th at the highest point in his chart, conjunct the mid-heaven. He desires power, and is fed by the darkness of his soul. His Moon/Uranus – Mars/Mercury give him a bluster and bravado that is strong, fiery and revolutionary but are not fully integrated into his identity. His Jupiter in Aquarius opposes his Mercury in Leo, he feels he must fight the world, fight the very environment he grew up in.
The thing to remember is that planets are like cars and the chart is like a map but the driver – the soul of the individual controls how they drive that chart. So while people who have birthdays on the same day will often go through similar conflicts, they will deal with them differently and those who are most evolved will see what’s coming and decide what how to deal with this, either balancing out their own energy or riding things out or sitting on the transiting energy. Meaning even though the planets will push us in certain directions, the more-self aware we are the less they control us.



Generational Astrology

Here’s an excerpt from what I read on YouTube. I have a lot more to come that will be peppered in as I work on a book about generational astrology:

In general the markers for generations are the outer planets. Since they don’t all move at the same time we see people who straddle two different generations they are on the cusp of both. I define the Boomers as Pluto in Leo, Neptune in Libra – if you have those two markers in your chart you are firmly in that generation. If you are in the next generation Pluto in Virgo, Neptune in Scorpio – you are a generation Xer. For about 7 years during this generation from November 1961 until late September 1968 Uranus was also in Virgo and was conjunct Pluto. This is generally called the awakening period. Statistically there are less people born during this period than any other on earth. In the Western world there was the sexual revolution, the pill and the Boomers were at the start of their long reign of power. The next generation was generation Y they started when Pluto went into Libra and Neptune into Sagittarius. Those born with Uranus leading the charge into Libra are on the cusp of this generation. This generation’s cusp started in March of 1970 when Neptune went into Sagittarius and Pluto was still in Virgo. It didn’t fully manifest until Pluto went into Libra in November of 1971. The cusp of what I’ll call Generation Z when Pluto went into Scorpio in November of 1983 and was solidified when Neptune went into Capricorn in mid-January 1984. Of course all of these are general markers as the planets do go back and forth and some people born within a couple years of these markers will often have one or sometimes both of those planets in the generation before’s configuration due to the retrograde movement of the planets. But as a general rule those are the breakdowns for those generations. The Millenials are later although they have been conflated with Generation Z they are really quite different and it’s important to separate the two out from one another in terms of understanding their purpose, personality and missions on earth.

I find generational astrology really fascinating and have been thinking about these issues for the past 30 years. I am currently writing my thoughts down about them in hopes I will be able to put them together for a book on the subject. I’m paraphrasing here but Thomas Paine said people are more like their generation than they are like their parents. And while that maybe a bit of hyberbole I think there is a very important point in it because generations are groups of souls who incarnate together for a common purpose. They have a resonant field that is connected to one another. They are not only formed by the events of their childhood, but they hold the seed of the period of time when they are born keep it alive and move it forward, holding down the lessons and foibles of that history in the collective energetic field. They also face common challenges and have a collective mission that transforms a piece of the social structure and collective understanding. All generations are important and serve a purpose – and of course each individual within that structure has a part to play but I’m not going to deal with that here.

So let’s delve into the issues of the generation the question is about. Those people in their 30s now. These people were born during the 1990s when Uranus, Neptune and for a couple of years Saturn too was in Capricorn – Pluto was in Scorpio. During that period of time tiny Generation X generation took hold of the mic for a minute and had their say. It didn’t last very long before the Boomers took it back when they realized Gen Xers were difficult to market to, didn’t have a big market share and were a tiny group compared to the masses of people born in their generation. Obama is the first and only Generation X president we have had, despite the normal procession of power that should be passed down we can see that Generation X people with all that Virgo in their chart are in general very ideologically nuanced and don’t like being part of groups. They are a generation of loners who didn’t really understand the power of collectivity until they “woke” up with the throw back of Donald Trump. You will find that Gen Xers are generally practical, health conscious, focused on the personal rather than the political and have a tendency toward extremes – either very left or very right. I could go on and will at some point but I’m just going to give a little run down on the three generations here so we can see the progression to the generation the question was asked about.
Generation Y has Neptune in Sagittarius and Pluto in Libra. They are the first generation (as a whole) to truly reject traditional notions of marriage. The idea of people having to be married in order to have children was blown up, these people grew up during the 70s when the divorce rates skyrocketed and traditional notions of partnerships between men and women changed from the woman staying home to take care of the kids while the father was the breadwinner turned on its head. Their was a movement toward role reversals, Mr. Mom and the idea that a father could be the nurturer and the mother the executive bread winner as well as the first “test tube” babies. One didn’t even need to be in a relationship at all to have a child, you could get a surrogate if you were a same sex couple or an infertile couple or you could be a single woman who wanted kids but no marriage – all of these taboo iterations suddenly became socially acceptable and normalized. As did violence, taking the law into ones own hands, mass shootings and the first school shooting columbine, happened while this generation was still in school. In fact both Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were both in this generation and the architects of school shootings to come for the next two generations. It was during the 1970s and 80s when gratuitous violence in film really took off, violent video games and the glorification of taking the law into ones own hands became a chronic cultural sub theme. All of this makes sense with Pluto in Libra – law, justice, relationships and Pluto destruction, transformation and the other marker Neptune in Sagittarius – confusion over excess, violence, warrior culture. This is also a period of excessive drug taking, cocaine, crack – performance style drugs that amped people up along with a preoccupation and love of excessiveness in general all Sagittarius issues.

The one in question the generation that came directly after them is Neptune in Capricorn and Pluto in Scorpio. While some have lumped them into the Millenials as well as pieces of the Y generation – these generations have very different purposes, gifts, challenges and energies. The people born in the 1990s had a preponderance of Capricorn in outer planetary placements. Saturn, Uranus and Neptune all aligned in Capricorn at 1985 when both Pluto was in Scorpio and Neptune was in Capricorn until 1995 when Pluto moved into Sagittarius followed by Neptune moving into Aquarius in 1998 – when those planets planted themselves into Sag and Aquarius respectively, it was the start of the Millineal generation. For Generation Z – in the mid 80s to mid-90s we had the S&L crisis due to a failure of proper regulation, a systematic roll back of regulations in general, an unwinding of traditional corporate culture, massive layoffs, corporate restructuring, massive mergers that became mega multi-national beasts – an acceleration of income inequality a breakdown in the social norms that constrained the appearance of greed. The idea of working at one job until retirement was shattered – the middle class structure was eviscerated in every iteration of the middle class from those who had worked in factories for generations to those who climbed the economic ladder in white collar jobs.

Suddenly,  the rug had been pulled out from under one of the core tenets that the American dream had been built on since WWII – work hard, be loyal, keep your head down, play by the rules and you’ll be rewarded with a good pension and a place to call your own where you can retire and live out your golden years in peace and comfort. We forget this was the period when that structure died, but it was. And it was replaced later by the gig economy, get rich schemes via the new frontier of the world wide web. Those born in what I’ll call generation Z – when Pluto went into Scorpio in November of 1983 and Neptune went into Capricorn in November of 1984 and stayed there until the mid- 90s when Pluto went into Sagittarius (followed by Neptune into Aquarius at the start of 1998 – which was the true start of the Millennial generation). Those generation Zers came into a world in which the American dream of 40 years was coming to an end and died during their childhood – a new world online was being born. They were born during the 80s and 90s when money and status were the focus of the culture – greed was good, wall street and corporate culture was the broader culture – Reagan and then Bush were president during their early formative years and there was a nostalgia for the past – a fantasy past that never really existed. An illusory reflection of a watery, sentimental look back when times were simple and people had values and people knew their place – this is all Neptune in Capricorn. Everyone was under this spell even if they didn’t realize it. Even those on the far flung fringes of the then young generation X rummaged through thrift stores for vestiges of 30s,40s and 50s fashions and revived youth subcultures from days gone – dressing like hippies and mods. Even the Punk rock world reworked the subcultural fashion of the 50s biker culture. There was a constant looking back through the warped lens of Neptune – a worship of bygone times.

Blessings to all!




Stock Market Progressed Chart


I did the transits for the stock market a while back and thought it might be interesting to get the general feel of the market this year by looking at the progressed chart. It’s pretty clear from the transits of the NYSE chart and also the US Constitution signing chart that instability in the economy is upon us. Sometimes a progressed chart will give us information not completely clear with the transits. Usually, when you see repeated patterns in multiple iterations – there is a real problem. Sometimes a bad transit can be mitigated by a great progressed chart or vice versa. As we can see above all that Aquarius in the 12th opposing Uranus in Leo in the 7th – there are legal issues, problems with open enemies, secrets, and instability that we are not currently seeing. That Pluto in Aquarius inconjunct the Moon in Cancer in the 6th makes me think signs of instability are being hidden from us and that domestic jobs and services are more depressed than we have heard publicly.

Uranus in the 7th opposing Pluto in the 12th indicates that the public legal theater we have going on (reality show President) is tearing at the fabric (Pluto in Aquarius 12th house) of our social contracts in a way not fully exposed to us. All of this creates instability in the economy. While this is not the only indicator of our economy it is half-way decent barometer of it.

Jupiter in Scorpio in the 9th indicates foreign powers and secrets that are creating tension, unrest, upheaval that we may not naturally think would influence the stock market, but the fact that it shows up here lets us see that indeed, it is effecting our economy and the general well being of the NYSE. As Pluto progresses over the 1st house we can expect to have a major correction. I’ll look into when this will happen and go over that plus the progressions. I think all of this Aquarius square Jupiter in Scorpio in the 9th and the opposition to Uranus in the 7th could be an indication that the crypto currency and new technology markets are in more trouble than we currently see. Expect a major correction when these things come to light. I will look into this all and post the update either later today or tomorrow.

Blessings to all of you,




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Blessings to all,



The We Generation…

I talked a little bit about the generation of young people who are spearheading this new movement for responsible gun ownership. These young people are really remarkable. They are pushing the conversation into the forefront after being sidelined for so long. They are being inclusive, inter-sectional, realistic, remarkably clear-headed, direct and sophisticated. A lot of people are wondering why this is. Of course (we forget) there have always been remarkable young people in every generation. But this generation seems different – like all of them are this way. Some have said their self-confidence and seemingly natural talent for public speaking comes from being raised in the area of social media – I think this is one of the factors and from an astrological perspective – it fits in perfectly with some of the things I’m going to tell you about them.

I have always been fascinated by generational markers in astrology. Thomas Paine said, (and I’m paraphrasing here) people are more like their generation than their families. I think that maybe overstating, it but there is truth in there. Generations share a moment. They grow up together in a world with a set of rules unique to them. They influence one another through peer relationships. They are all formed together as the universe and its energy blasts at them. They share a common set of values agreed upon by the culture at large. And astrologically they share a set of common planets that describe this common stage they share.

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but people of certain generations have not just common fashion styles and influences – they often have almost a similar quality. I’ve even noticed physical things that differentiate them. There is a LOT of confusion about where generations start and stop. In astrology (for me) there are clear delineations, and I have thought about this, and researched this for a couple of decades. I am going to write a book about this (I’ve been saying that for years – but for real now) so for now I’ll talk about the WE generation.

I’m coining – We Generation – for the generation of young people we are seeing taking the public stage for a number of reasons. The first being they are very much the astrological counterpoint to the Me Generation – Pluto in Leo. They are opposite – Pluto in Aquarius – which will come a little later in the century, but they have another generational planet Neptune the other major generational marker – in Aquarius. A simple explanation of this is Pluto in Leo (a massive generation) transformed the country by breaking down the rules of love, relationships and family dynamics. These are all very personal issues (5th house). They transformed this country and how we see ourselves – they broke the rules that the previous We Generation had set down (Pluto is in Aquarius in our US Constitution signing chart) – they literally have a direct astrological opposition to that period of time. They made us thing about the individual vs. the group. They broke the rules of conformity, what minorities and women were able to achieve – they made the case that each individual should be able to achieve, dream and become whatever their proclivity and ability allowed them to be, not based on color or gender. Now of course they didn’t erase these issues, but they did bring them to the forefront of public consciousness and made big strides toward equalizing the social dynamic and opening up opportunities for people of all color and creeds. Of course as history would show us 2 steps forward 1 step back, happened as a reaction to them and they didn’t consider all people in this movement – it was later when marriage equality and the finer points were put on what equality would mean. But they certainly got this ball rolling – albeit from a self-serving perspective. They didn’t believe in the war and they didn’t want to be drafted which was a huge lynch pin for this generation and mobilized them. Generations before had never shirked their duty in war. No one had ever burnt draft cards or refused to serve in the kind of numbers we saw during Vietnam. This conflict really started a major division in our culture – it created a wound that has never really healed and in many ways the religious right was born out of this rift. But that’s another story. This is part of the shadow issues regarding this generation but I digress…

The We Generation has Neptune in Aquarius – (Pluto in Sag=fighters) – directly opposite the Pluto in Leo generation. Aquarius rules group think, new technology, organizations, humanitarians, group politics (like the House, Senate = Congress). It creates a person who identifies with the group – humanity, their friends and peers. There is a coolness, an ability to detach, they are often more big picture orientated. How do they get this way – usually its from a strange combination of familial detachment (negatively-neglect) and an over identification with their peer group. In this case these kids come from a generation that was often put in daycare while they were still in diapers, grew up in large peer groups and then social media came along and finished the job.

Instead of gaining attention from their families like Pluto in Leo – which had a huge psychological push back from the “nuclear family” aka “dysfunctional family,” these kids are reacting to being hyper-socialized, over scheduled and constantly thrown in with other young people, without a lot of familial bonding and in some cases actual neglect. I’m not saying all people of every generation have these issues – I’m saying all people of these generations will be touched by these issues. When you think about another huge issues these kids have had to deal with in their environment is the opioid crisis. Let’s face it a lot of these kids will have parents struggling with drug addiction and opioid’s make a person detached and remote. When thinking about a generation – we have to think of all the overarching issues going on while they are growing up as kids are sponges who integrate their environment.

These kids have grown up largely during the Obama administration as well and the human rights of the LGBQT community as well. There is also no one stream of thought or news and information and hence are growing up in a very divided world much like the people who were around during the lead up to the American break from England. One could imagine that there were many people who wanted to stay connected to the British Empire and continue being a colony (heck, Canada took this route) and those who were bitterly opposed to English rule. We don’t really think about this, but it wasn’t a given that we would even declare our independence – it wasn’t until the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party among many little things that led the colonists to make this epic and difficult decision which they knew would result in war. The country was very divided about this – this is the world the young people of the We Generation have grown up in and they DO NOT LIKE IT! By nature they want to find commonality, they are friend orientated, pro-social and revolutionary. They are idealistic and have seen the power of the We as opposed to the Me. They are adept at social media – know the power of the “like” and “subscribe” buttons and are living in the “gig economy.” I’m sure this generation will reset the American conversation on many topics. Much like the Me generation – they are an enormous generation and their Neptune is right in the first house of the US Constitution signing chart – they will transform what we believe we can be as a nation.  They will make us reevaluate our identity as a nation, start a new march toward the belief in science, technology and humanity – rather than in blind faith. They will begin the march into the next ion and become the first leaders to get us into a new way of being. They will transform how we see ourselves and usher us into the Aquarian age which I would argue started in 2012 but that’s a whole new topic which I will get into in another post!