April 6 is Victoria Scone’s birthday.
I haven’t been writing any celebrity profiles lately. I’ve been so introspective over the past several months with half the galaxy parked in my fourth house that I’ve sort of lost touch with what makes my blog a place people arrive at after a simple Google search. Now that I’m entering a new phase of my life astrologically, I should probably get back to what I do best. For that reason, I’m going to resolve to blather on incessantly about people I have never met.
First on my list is Victoria Scone. I don’t know much about the queen besides the fact that she was the first cis woman to compete on any version of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” I guess it should come as no surprise that she’s an Aries because Aries queens were born to be trailblazers. There is nothing an Aries native enjoys more than being first at everything they do. Just look at Magnolia Crawford and her swordfish nose contour. No one else was doing that back in the day! Or look at Raven and her back-to-back second-place finishes. She was the first to blaze that trail!
I’m kidding, sort of. Still, it is in the nature of Aries individuals to get to the head of the line. Sometimes, however, other chart factors can soften the ambition, drive and pioneering spirit of an Aries queen. Crystal Methyd, for instance, didn’t appear to be a competition beast like The Vivienne, and yet she made it to the finale of her season. It’s often those Aries queens that intrigue me the most because I find them to be slightly less-obnoxious than their more stereotypical counterparts.
I’m not sure which kind of Aries queen Victoria Scone is because she wasn’t on the show long enough for me to really get to know her. I suspect that she is a little more low-key in her ambition because she has a Libra moon and Mercury in Pisces. My mind immediately went to the latter placement a moment ago when I was writing about “other chart factors,” and discovering the moon position only strengthened my preconceived notions about the queen. What really interests me about her chart, though, is how many planets she has in the cardinal signs. If nothing else, she is driven and direct. I imagine that it’s nearly impossible to tell her what to do when she knows what’s best for herself. Perhaps she would have confirmed that for me if she had remained on “Drag Race” for a few more episodes.
I’d love to know her time of birth to put all her natal planets into context. One of these days . . .
For now, I’m happy to be writing about something other than my state of mind. Like a contestant in the Werk Room who gets “stuck in her own head,” I’ve been looking inward for far too long. It’s time to get back to the real world.
Stay tuned for more!