Who wants to be a billionaire? – astrological analysis

Following a recent news about the Bill Gates losing his 1st position as the richest man of the World, I decided to have some fun and make a short analysis on the billionaires astrological profile. I collected the birthdays of the 30 billionaires and put them into Configuration Hunter software for an aspects analysis. The same method I’ve use it before for the US Presidents analysis.

The only note I would like to add is that this analysis is not a solid one because I did not included all billionaires info’s but only the Top 30. It’s more for fun and to see if you have a billionaire profile 🙂 Probably if I will add another 30 persons the results will be different. If I will have time I will try to collect all the billionaires data’s…

The list of person included in this analysis: Carlos Slim Helú, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Ingvar Kamprad, Lakshmi Mittal, Sheldon Adelson, Bernard Arnault, Amancio Ortega Gaona, Li Ka Shing, David Thomson, Larry Ellison, Liliane Bettencourt, Al-Waleed bin Talal, Mukesh Ambani, Roman Abramovich, Stefan Persson, Anil Ambani, Paul Allen, Azim Premji , Lee Shau Kee, Sergey Brin, Larry Page, Michael Dell, Steve Ballmer, Kirk Kerkorian, François Pinault, Michael Otto, Abigail Johnson, Mikhail Fridman and Vagit Alekperov.

Below you can find the list of aspects resulted from this analysis.

Billionaires Astrological Profile

Conclusions

The most present aspect in a billionaire chart is between Neptune and Chiron with 54% from the total number of persons ( on the US Presidents analysis only 24% had a Neptune-Chiron aspect). In my opinion we should relate this aspect with the one found on the second place of occurrences: Venus-Neptune with 50%. I think that this Venus-Neptune-Chiron trio it’s a billionaire pattern – 44% of them had also an aspect between Venus and Chiron. Venus-Neptune-Chiron in my opinion is an indication of a visionary peoples with strong intuition and ability to lead other persons for reaching their personal goals. These persons are seeing opportunities in every aspect of their lives.

Other top aspects that caught my attention are : Juno – Uranus with 47% ( breaking rules?) , Venus-Lilith with 47% ( hmm…passion for money …what do you say?) , Mars-Jupiter with 44% ( energy to put your ideas in practice) etc. There are other many aspects on with a percentage higher than 40%. But I will let you discover.

On the opposite side there are some aspects that are less present in a billionaire chart. Looking on this aspects with observe that most of them are containing Mars influence: Mars-Pluto, Mars-Saturn, Sun-Mars. This observation might lead us to the conclusion that in order to reach a higher level (in our case private wealth) you need to be able to have a certain balance and to control your primary instincts for actions. Under this category I’m including also aspects between Sun and Pluto – only 17% of the billionaires have such a influence. This result is similar with the US Presidents analysis where only 19% had this aspect.

Finally I would like to outline another interesting thing: most of the billionaires have a Venus square aspect. I think that this is the engine that drives them to have more and more.

Me…I’m relaxed…I have Sun-Pluto aspect in my chart and no Venus-Neptune-Chiron relationships…so…back to astrology!
Technical info about the analysis:

  • Planets and elements used: Sun, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Chiron, Juno, Pallas, Vesta, Ceres , Lilith (mean Apogee) , North Node
  • Aspects and orbs: conjunction ( 8 degrees), sextile (6 degrees), square (8 degrees) and opposition (8 degrees)

Dan

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7 comments on “Who wants to be a billionaire? – astrological analysis”:

  1. Hmmmmm….interesting again…in my natal chart i have conjunction venus-chiron trine to neptune and conjunction juno – uranus, and Earth Pyramid moon-pluto-mercury …never rich. never poor…yet. Thanks!

  2. This is very interesting, and I like the international selection of billionaires. I have all the top aspects you mentioned, so perhaps one day I will be on that list!

  3. hey there, how did you do that test? i downloaded configuration hunter and had to sort out the aspects manually at Excel. thanks, i want to do my own tests :d

    1. Hi Emily,

      I’ve used also Excel to do all the analysis.
      After you manage to import the results it’s easier to do any data analysis.

      Thanks,
      Dan

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