Neptune is the first dominant in KJ Apa’s astral chart. In the following paragraph, we shall indicate the significance of this fact:
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. KJ Apa thus displays considerable receptivity and availability. He feels a need for unity, a need to be related. He is also deeply aware of the importance of dreaming, and, negatively, may be prone to delusions.
At certain times, KJ Apa is overwhelmed by a feeling of subtle confusion related to a need for “something else.” When his well-being is disturbed this way, he either yields to a sort of passive, apathetic dissatisfaction, or loses himself in the search for an imaginary world, perhaps to escape or plunge into bliss.
He is sometimes captivated by a need for illusion; he would like to experience change through the intermediary of events which are vaster than consciousness and would take him far from routine and daily banality. Nevertheless, usually these fantastic dreams only make him all the more painfully aware of the realities of everyday life. His spirit and emotions emerge confused, and his will is sometimes weakened.
Saturn is the second dominant in KJ Apa’s astral chart. The significance of this fact is that KJ Apa is a hard worker with great discipline and focus. They are often very successful in their chosen field, whether it be academics, athletics, or business.
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 Saturn is developing, he may overcome or overcompensate his identity complex and gradually acquire a strongly structured personality, or, conversely, remain in a state of immaturity which would probably be detrimental to his destiny.
Uranus is the third dominant in KJ Apa’s astral chart. In the following paragraph, we shall indicate the significance of this fact:
Uranus is known as the planet of change and upheaval, and its presence in your chart suggests that you are likely to experience significant changes and upheaval in your life. You may find yourself questioning your beliefs and values, and you may go through periods of upheaval and chaos. However, you are also likely to be a very creative and innovative person, and you may find yourself drawn to unconventional and unusual ideas and experiences.