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Astrological Profile within the workplace

Astrological Profile within the workplace

Astrological Profile within the workplace

Where once astrology in the corporate world was dismissed as “hocus pocus” today’s businessmen are much more tuned in to the effective use of astrology as a tool to evaluate employee’s aptitudes and strengths.

In the process of recruitment an assessment of the individual is made, for example: psychometric testing is used extensively for selecting the ideal candidate. The astrologer can take this further by outlining general character and most importantly the time frame of change. The employer needs to find the right person for the job, which will be of benefit to the company.

It will be important for the management to recognize in someone that he/she is a do your own thing person (Moon in 1st house) or a behind the scenes person ( Moon in the 12th house).

How the energy of the personality plays itself out (Sun in sign and aspects). How does the person need to think/communicate (Mercury in sign and aspects). How does the person need to relate to others (Venus in sign and aspect). How does the person initiate their energy (Mars in sign and aspect) Is there an accentuation of one of the elements, fire, earth, air, water. Is feeling required on the job (water) attention to detail (Virgo emphasis) is a social orientation required (Libra).

The astrological profile of the candidate will guide management as to what kinds of questions to ask at the interview, further, by checking past outer planetary transits and solar arcs with work experience, can indicate when the persons needs were pressing against time, and how they were managed.

Time periods can be projected forward in time, and indicate the movement of planets through the houses in the horoscope and the aspects they make to natal planets. If the birth time is known to be exact then transiting angular contact (conjunction) from Pluto through Jupiter and solar arcs (all planets) can alert the astrologer to big changes ahead.

Saturn’s quadrature aspects to its natal position point to times of, needing to change direction perhaps in terms of ambition, whilst Jupiter’s most noteworthy transits are it’s 12 yearly conjunctions of the natal Sun/Moon and it’s own position key in times of reward, and the cycles of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto can also be tracked to aid management in their decision.

John Hall



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