Saturn being the first dominant in Adrien Broner’s astral chart indicates that he is a very disciplined and hardworking individual. He is someone who is very focused and driven in whatever he sets his mind to. He is also a very independent person who is not afraid to take on new challenges.
As one of the planets historically thought to be on the outer limits of the solar system (until the “modern” planets were discovered), Saturn has always been associated with the moon, itself a peripheral heavenly body because it belongs to Earth and not to the solar system. Therefore, both Saturn and the moon are aspects of a protection principle (the moon encompasses the earth in the same way as Saturn and its rings encompasses the solar system). Like the moon, Saturn rules a security/insecurity dialectic, but where the moon’s concerns the private, intimate aspects of the individual, Saturn influences social and collective security.
Saturn can be thought of as the polar opposite of the moon (the archetype of the mother, but also of the child, and therefore related to orality). The god Saturn ate his children in order to reign and thus, represents the archetype of the mother (motherhood), the grandmother, and the sage (wisdom). The domination of Saturn thus indicates a maternal complex or, at least, an issue related either to the biological mother or to the symbolism of motherhood. This influence may result in a problem of identity and difficulties in aging which will make themselves evident in personal crises at every passage of this planet, every seven years—thus at the age of 7, at 14 or 15, and 21, 28, etc.
Depending on the psychological context in which Broner is developing, they may overcome or overcompensate your identity complex and gradually acquire a strongly structured personality, or, conversely, remain in a state of immaturity which would probably be detrimental to your destiny.
Neptune is the second most dominant planet in Adrien Broner’s astral chart. This fact signifies that Adrien Broner is very influenced by Neptune.
This planet is the quintessential symbol of individual receptivity and the fundamental reactions of the unconscious, including the collective unconscious. Opposed to Saturn, which is the principle of form, structure, and limitation, Neptune is a principle of dissolution. It concerns any effort to encompass the greatest variety of factors, any tendency to surround and blend all the narrow, individual points of view into a single, universal sea.
Psychologically, the Neptunian effect is expressed as an exceptional psychic flexibility and extreme pliancy. Adrien Broner thus displays considerable receptivity and availability. They feel a need for unity, a need to be related. They are also deeply aware of the importance of dreaming, and, negatively, may be prone to delusions.
At certain times, Adrien Broner is overwhelmed by a feeling of subtle confusion related to a need for “something else.” When their well-being is disturbed this way, they either yield to a sort of passive, apathetic dissatisfaction, or lose themselves in the search for an imaginary world, perhaps to escape or plunge into bliss.
Adrien Broner is sometimes captivated by a need for illusion; they would like to experience change through the intermediary of events which are vaster than consciousness and would take them far from routine and daily banality. Nevertheless, usually these fantastic dreams only make them all the more painfully aware of the realities of everyday life. Their spirit and emotions emerge confused, and their will is sometimes weakened.
Uranus is the third dominant in Adrien Broner’s astral chart. This means that Adrien Broner is attracted to people who are unconventional, have strong opinions, and are independent. They like to be different and to stand out from the crowd. Uranus people are often rebels who are not afraid to take risks.
This planet symbolizes the principle of independence and self-sufficiency, as well as a principle of transformation. Its most striking characteristic is distance from others: the Uranian strives to stand out from the herd, distanced from structuring influences like convention, tradition, etc. Although this need to free yourself from the confines of convention, tradition, and family symbolizes an appeal for freedom and a desire to evolve beyond the bounds of physical limits toward a spiritual dimension, it may also correspond to a form of escape.
This is why Adrien Broner sometimes needs to cut himself off from situations or relationships which feel stifling to him. His intense fear of being swallowed up psychologically causes him to react to certain emotional demands by making himself remote or running away. He needs a lot of space and frequent change. In a relationship, he is seeking a certain degree of intellectual excitement. Without it, he feels as though an unbearable, suffocating boredom sets in.
By refusing certain concessions to convention which are practically inevitable, Adrien Broner may find himself in unpleasant situations. Finding an intelligent alternative to the routine set by the rigid forms of the past is extremely different from rebelling against any form of authority, in the settings of family, school, business, or society. One of the major problems he has to solve is how to wield his freedom, in his emotional relationships, as well as his relationships with society.
The eighth house is an area of the sky which is especially important in Adrien Broner’s theme. In the following paragraph, we shall explain the general meaning of this fact.
According to tradition, this house is associated with the sign of Scorpio, and thus the themes of death, metamorphosis, and sexuality. It is also related to birth and initiation, and, in more practical terms, inheritances, legacies, and debts. More specifically, the area is related to the idea of partnership resources. It raises such issues as the management of a collective heritage and the administration of assets acquired in association with another person, and the sharing out, psychologically and materially, of these resources in marriage and business partnerships.
As a result, three interdependent but fundamental factors inherent to initiating any mutually beneficial partnership are emphasized: trust, management, and responsibility. Obviously, a partnership devoid of trust is dangerous, if not impossible.
Only when true trust and mutual confidence are established can a cooperative activity yield profit. The next step is managing the profit (or loss) resulting from the cooperative enterprise: sharing it out equally between the partners, or re-investing it in view of making the enterprise more profitable. The responsibility of the manager (and any participant who is a co-manager) is obviously engaged, because it would be unethical for Broner to keep any of the wealth generated by the group’s activities for his own personal benefit. Broner must also be responsible enough not to flee in case of difficulty.
Sexuality, which is an asset or resource of the couple, can be thought of according to the same dynamic. If sexual problems arise, if they are not due to physiological problems, they are always related either to a loss of mutual confidence, to mismanagement of the physical and psychological exchange, or to an insufficient sense of duty on the part of one of the partners.
Due to the significance of this area in Broner’s astral chart, he may encounter one of these issues. It will be vital for him to become truly conscious of what is at stake in his partnerships. As a result, he will have to evaluate the wealth he acquires as a result of his relationships and measure the power conferred upon him by his participation in intimate, social, or professional relationships.
The first house is an area of the sky which is especially important in Adrien Broner’s theme, because it contains several planets, including the one which rules his rising sign. In the following paragraph, we shall explain the general meaning of this fact.