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a few notes on Michael C. Hall’s natal chart

My previous post: https://judecowell.wordpress.com/2008/05/05/dexter-morgan-found-10373/

shows the chart for Oct 3, 1973, when TV’s ‘Dexter’ was found and given a new life after witnessing the killing of his mother. If you go to the post and scroll to the Comments section, you’ll find a smidge of info on Michael C. Hall’s natal placements with emphasis on possible macabre acting role influences.

It’s documented (not by yours truly, but by various astrologers through the years) that actors’ natal charts frequently (I would say, always) have synchronistic links to the roles they play. This may be especially easy to spot when the role is meant to portray a real or historical person, but see what you think about the astrology of Michael’s novel-based Dexter character.

After all, planets on Oct 3, 1973 are actually transits to Hall’s natal chart (birth time unknown, born Feb 1, 1971, using sunrise) so some links are to be expected–he was nearing three years old then. 

But do the connections describe anything that applies to his acting roles? I think they do. And even the character’s surname, Morgan, relates to the macabre having -mor at its root.

Now if I can only finagle a peek at ‘Six Feet Under’ at some point!


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