Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, has been attempting to limit expectations of his abilities, saying he can deliver price and financial stability, but not lasting prosperity or solve broader societal challenges.
Born 16 March 1965, Ottawa, Canada, he has a surprisingly scattered chart with a Pisces Sun and Venus, with Saturn also in early Pisces and Uranus, Pluto, Moon, Mars in Virgo; plus a high-finance Jupiter in Taurus opposition Neptune – so a chart made up almost entirely of oppositions, very see-saw. He is sagging this year and will continue to face losses and disappointments with tr Neptune opposition his Uranus Pluto in 2017/18 and next year opposition his Mars for a sense of outright failure. He’ll buck up in 2019/2020 with tr Pluto trine his Jupiter and beyond and by that time will almost certainly have moved onto pastures new. He’ll stay bullish before then through the Brexit negotiations but will be wrestling with unsolvable problems.
The Bank of England, 27 July 1694 10am JC London, looks to be undergoing a fair upheaval in 2018 with tr Uranus square the Pluto from mid year onwards; with some sobering moments this October, running into gloom this New Year and beyond as tr Saturn meets a Return this November, then squares Mars and opposes the BoE Venus, repeating later in 2018 as well. There’ll be a more upbeat phase in 2020/21 with tr Uranus square the Jupiter.