March 10 is Sharon Stone’s birthday.
Astrotheme has a natal chart for Sharon Stone that includes a time of birth of 4:52 PM. I’m normally quite suspicious of birth times on the site when they are obvious approximations, but this one seems legitimate. However, if it is wrong, it really messes up the actress’ horoscope because she not only has a 3°17″ Virgo ascendant, but also a 0°32″ Sagittarius moon. Just before I went on my trip last week, I contacted the website to correct not one, but two incorrect celebrity birthdays. To their credit, they work hard to ensure the accuracy of their site.
Of course, Mercury is retrograde in Pisces at the moment, so I’m suspicious of muddled communication and the mistakes that will inevitably surface once the planet goes direct, but I’m going to go out on a limb to discuss Sharon Stone’s chart as if I knew it was accurate.
The actress has a lot of mutable/cadent energy in her chart. She has both the sun and Mercury in Pisces. As mentioned already, her rising sign is Virgo and her moon is in Sagittarius (where it is joined by Saturn). Venus, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto all reside in cadent houses. The sun is weakly-placed in the seventh house.
To me, none of that brings to mind the chart of a movie star — it’s kind of wishy-washy, to be honest. However, Stone has Mars in Capricorn in the fifth house, and that changes everything. That Mars position isn’t only direct, but it’s also driven. Sharon Stone was sort of a latecomer to show business, not really becoming a famous until she was in her thirties. I can see the connection between Mars in Capricorn in the fifth and a slow but steady ascension to the top. Mars is exalted in ambitious Capricorn, and eager to find the spotlight in the fifth house.
For that reason, I see this placement as a hallmark of Sharon Stone’s chart. I also see her continuing to ascend in the future. I don’t believe that we’ve seen the last of the actress, even though she is in her sixties. In fact, I predict that her career hasn’t yet “peaked.” There’s a lot going on in her horoscope over the next five or six years.
I hope that I’m right. I love it when an old broad like Sharon Stone pulls something new out of her bag of tricks. Of course, I’m a Capricorn and we generally believe that youth is wasted on the young. Prove me wrong, kids. Prove me wrong . . .