Uranus being the first dominant in Remy Bond’s astral chart indicates that they are independent, unique, and have a strong need for freedom. They are also often rebels who are not afraid to stand up for what they believe in.
Remy Bond, 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 Remy sometimes needs to cut Remy off from situations or relationships which feel stifling to Remy. Remy’s intense fear of being swallowed up psychologically causes Remy to react to certain emotional demands by making Remy remote or running away. Remy needs a lot of space and frequent change. In a relationship, Remy is seeking a certain degree of intellectual excitement. Without it, Remy feels as though an unbearable, suffocating boredom sets in.
By refusing certain concessions to convention which are practically inevitable, Remy may find Remy 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 Remy has to solve is how to wield Remy’s freedom, in Remy’s emotional relationships, as well as Remy’s relationships with society.
Venus is the second dominant in Remy Bond’s astral chart. This fact indicates that Remy Bond is creative, charming, and romantic.
In traditional astrology, Venus (or Aphrodite, her Greek name) is the planet of love. A source of universal attraction, this planet corresponds to the original urge which bonds two human beings together in love. Venus is thus both the magnetism which brings human beings together (not lust, which is symbolized by Mars, but the object which attracts lust) and the gift of love. This ambiguity is interpreted astrologically by the fact that Venus rules two houses of the zodiac. In Taurus, Venus symbolizes the awakening to bodily lust, and in Libra, the bond of marriage. As a result, Venus may take on very different aspects depending on the individual’s degree of awareness.
Likewise, this ambiguity explains Aphrodite’s equivocal conduct in Greek myth and her innumerable couplings and motherhood. Depending on the legend, she may embody brutal, passionate love (with Anteros), the wisdom of the heart which rescues from passion (Harmonia); she also becomes tenderness and purity (with Adonis), pure sexuality (with Eros), a transforming energy (with Vulcan), etc. Mistress of the Arts, she represents beauty, understanding, and peace.
Psychologically, individuals under the influence of Venus are struggling with their love instincts. This is why Remy cannot conceive of living without a personal emotional relationship to someone else and sometimes fears solitude and the encounter with themselves. Remy is extremely attractive to others and is a creator and artistic genius who seems to imbue all they touch with beauty and harmony. Their artistic skills are obvious to the people around them and may be applied to career endeavors.
Pleasure, outings, seduction, love, and a thriving but sometimes superficial social life are the hallmarks of Remy’s life.
Mercury is the third dominant in Remy Bond’s astral chart. In the following paragraph, we shall indicate the significance of this fact:
According to Greek myth, Mercury (or Hermes, whose name derives etymologically from the piles of rocks which marked trails and guided travelers) was the messenger of the gods. He carried orders from Olympus to the mortals on Earth. The child of the illegitimate union of Zeus with Maia, Mercury was born “unknown to the immortal gods” and had to win his place among them by trickery, cleverness, and cunning. This is why he became the vagabond deity of travelers and wanderers.
He is the instinctive foe of the settled who see him as an outcast roaming on the outskirts of society: a pariah, a thief, and a swindler. As ruler of the sign of Gemini, the Twins, he symbolizes the brother—the alter-ego who teaches us as much as we teach him and is associated with adolescence, a period of intense intellectual discovery.
Mercury thus symbolizes lively, sparkling wit, mobility in any form, mental exchange, and interaction. As a result, a person strongly ruled by Mercury is quite likely to be clever and skillful.
If Mercury is “afflicted” in one’s chart, their intellectual velocity may sometimes become mere mental hyperactivity.
In any case, these skills are a great resource in the social realm. Remy communicates easily and effectively, orally or in writing. Remy’s ability to unite and transmit would be a good resource in diplomatic or commercial endeavors.
The eighth house is an area of the sky which is especially important in Remy Bond’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 Remy Bond to keep any of the wealth generated by the group’s activities for Remy’s own personal benefit. Remy 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 Remy’s astral chart, Remy may encounter one of these issues. It will be vital for Remy to become truly conscious of what is at stake in Remy’s partnerships. As a result, Remy will have to evaluate the wealth Remy acquires as a result of Remy’s relationships and measure the power conferred upon Remy by Remy’s participation in intimate, social, or professional relationships.
The seventh house is an area of the sky that is especially important to celebrity Remy Bond. This is because the house contains several planets, including the one that rules Remy’s rising sign. In the following paragraph, we shall explain the general meaning of this fact.