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His Venus in Cancer reveals his desire to nurture and care for those he loves, which we can see in his relationship with his children, most of whom work with him in one way or another, though not so much in his marital situations. Marriage has been tricky for Trump which isn’t surprising with Saturn (tests and challenges) conjunct Venus (relationships) and Chiron (wounding and healing) in Venus-ruled Libra. Some writers have suggested that perhaps Trump’s grandiosity is a narcissistic wound that comes from damage to the Self that he tries to fix by doing more and being more – a bottomless pit that will never be satisfied. However, I am not seeing this kind of wound in the chart. I do believe that he is addicted to the glamor and the attention that comes with being The Donald, and he is driven by the desire to expand and become bigger and bigger rather than by some insecurity to be accepted by others. The danger with a drive to continually amplify and inflate your life is that there is a limit. Either the bubble will pop, or someone else will become bigger than you and take your place. Trump’s progressed Midheaven, revealing the evolution of his career path, just moved from sensitive Cancer into Leo in March of this year. This would have encouraged him to seek a greater role in the public eye, and right on schedule he announced his candidacy for President in June. This is a particularly emotional time for Trump with Chiron hitting the sensitive Sun and Moon and eclipse points, and Pluto challenging his Chiron. I’ll be looking at the transits and doing more forecasting for him in another post, but for someone like Trump it’s sometimes the challenging aspects that empower us to overcome obstacles and achieve our greatest success.
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FILE PHOTO: Lockheed Martin’s logo is seen during Japan Aerospace 2016 air show in Tokyo, Japan, October 12, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon The so-called GPS III follow-on satellites are expected to be available for launch into space beginning in 2026, the Air Force said. “The world is dependent on GPS, from getting directions to getting cash from an ATM machine or trading on the stock exchange,” Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said in a statement. “These satellites will provide greater accuracy, and improved anti-jamming capabilities making them more resilient.” General David Goldfein, the Air Force chief of staff, said the new-generation satellites would provide important improvements to the system. Since the 1991 Gulf war, the U.S. military has “relied on uninterrupted position, navigation and timing signals to employ precision on and over the battlefield,” Goldfein said. “This investment in GPS III continues to advance our capabilities into the future.” Lockheed program manager Johnathon Caldwell said the GPS III follow-on contract would lift the GPS system to a “whole new level.” “It takes full advantage of our flexible satellite design to incorporate additional new technology like a 100 percent digital navigation payload, regional military protection and new search and rescue payloads,” Caldwell said in a statement. Lockheed took over GPS manufacturing work from Boeing in 2008 and has been building the first 10 GPS III satellites in a planned network of 32. The program is years behind schedule. The first GPS III satellite was declared available for launch in September 2017 and is expected to be fired into orbit on a SpaceX rocket sometime before the end of this year, Lockheed said last month as it announced that the second GPS III was ready for launch.