David Cameron is less popular than to be expected (seen in the light of the never very popular Brown) and that shows. Transit Saturn is afflicting the Ascendant and Midheaven of Cameron all the time, but...not on June 3. By then transit Saturn has retrograded to the 28th degree of Virgo. David Cameron's progressed Sun sign is changin and that is indicating a changing life style. He will perhaps leave politics, cease to be a leader, or become the next PM, so that changing sun sign is in line with what happens. And no, this is not an attempt to predict the results of the elections. It is an observation: Cameron and Brown have much in common these days.
The funny thing is that they share the transit of Saturn and the changing sun sign. You see, his opponent, Gordon Brown, also has the progressed Sun in the final minutes of the sign. The inconjunction with Saturn in his chart is just as unpleasant as the transit of Saturn is in the chart of Cameron. Also interesting: that the progressed Suns of Cameron and Brown are inconjunct (150 degrees apart). The inconjunction shows that there would be little balance between them if they had to live together or join forces. An inconjunction is the symbol of lost. One of them will have to leave and in both cases there will be a change in the way that they see themselves.
Here below is the chart of Gordon Brown and here is the link to more about him and his chart. But first more about the chart of Cameron:
- Sun is 'calling' (not making major aspects in sign or orb 5 degrees)
That is reflecting leadership (drawing attention at any possible level)
- Mars is 'calling' too and so is Jupiter
The combination of these 3 prominent placements points at successes. On June 3 transit Jupiter will be trine progressed Sun and that is a positive sign for him. On the other hand, transit Saturn won't remain in Virgo. There will be a final hit with his Ascendant and square his Midheaven after the elections. It might all just be personal. I read that his wife revealed (in the middle of the campaign1) that she will vote for Brown. That is OK, but there was no need to tell it now? (or was it a strategy of opponents to publish this now?) Maybe that is the perfect reflection of Saturn in Libra on the Ascendant.