Yesterday we looked at Mike Tomlin and Ken Whisenhunt, their respective charts and how they might play out against the starry backdrop of The Super Bowl. Whisenhunt, if he can stay calm will have considerable good fortune on his side with a stacked confluence of transiting Aquarian planets, Sun, Jupiter and Neptune, with his own natal Aquarian planets, Mercury, Saturn and Jupiter. Tomlin has a nice Mars trine with transiting Mars in Capricorn aligning with his natal Mars in Taurus. Transiting Moon early in the day will conjunct Tomlin’s natal Mercury in Aries and later moving into conjunction with his Venus, Mars and Jupiter, all in Taurus as well. Both coaches will have dynamic aspects, but from an astrological perspective, I’ll give a slight edge to Whisenhunt. But what about the quarterbacks? I have already looked at the Piscean pair of Big Ben and Hines Ward in a previous post, so I’ll spend some time on Warner and then double back to Big Ben as we look at the quarterbacks.
Kurt Warner and his wife Brenda would likely find my words and perspectives blasphemy. Being Christians, unless the prophecy comes from scripture or an ordained pastor that is both anointed and has the call, then it is the words of false prophets. It reminds me of a time when I was in Atlanta during The Summer Olympics of 1996 reading tarot cards and being besieged by young Christians who had been bussed into Atlanta to save souls. Boy oh boy, did I have a neon “fallen” sign blinking on me. So at the risk of being labeled a heretic, I will look at Kurt Warner’s chart.
The one thing that really jumps out to me in Warner’s chart is that he is born on the 22nd of June. Anyone that is born on the 22nd of any month has the vibration of the master builder at play throughout their life, but really manifests between the age of 29 and 48. This is because the first third of ones life is devoted to the vibration of the month in which they are born. The second cycle, the day they were born and the year, the last third cycle. So Warner is right in the middle of his master builder, vibration cycle. This is a period where the individual represents a level of skill and mastery that allows them to expand beyond the scope of average achievement. Their impact is deep and far reaching, often transmitting a spiritual quality as well. So Warner is deep in his mission and mastery. But the other thing that really stands out is that both his Sun and his Mercury are conjunct at zero degrees Cancer and both planets stand in direct opposition to Pluto, now stationed in Capricorn. This is a truly powerful time for Warner, one that can test him on a level worthy of someone in a “22” phase. The transit of Pluto opposing his Sun represents overcoming severe limitations in ones life, a major period of testing and coming through the fires of transformation. It’s early for Warner as Pluto has just moved in Capricorn, so the major tests will just be beginning for him. How do I see it played out in this game? Look for The Steelers to try to punish Warner with wave after wave of blitzes. Warner will no doubt be tested and I would not be surprised if he suffers an injury during the game and will be forced to comeback from it. Comeback is a term we’ll hear a lot of whenever Warner’s name is mentioned and comeback will definitely be a them in the game as well.
In some ways, I see this as being a contest of biblical proportions. Don’t expect to witness an efficient and methodical performance from the former Iowa Barnstormer. Warner will either rise to some epic moment, or be forced to deal with the crushing weight of defeat. Remember, comeback is the name of the game and it will either happen in game or after, when he’ll have to resurrect himself from the burning embers of alchemical fire.
So, while transiting Pluto opposing his natal Sun is a huge theme right now for him, there are other aspects at play as well.
Warner’s Jupiter is at 27 degrees Scorpio, which will form a sextile to transiting Mars in Capricorn and trine with transiting Venus in Pisces. The Mars sextile will give him a dynamic and aggressive outlook throughout most of the game. We’ll see a fiery Kurt Warner on display come Sunday. I’ll go on record and say that if Warner can face whatever comeback/challenge he has in game, and The Cardinals win as a result, he will be The MVP. I will also go on record that based on these transits, especially the Pluto opposition, there is a strong chance that Matt Leinart will make an appearance.
Not to be glossed over, Warner’s natal Saturn is squaring transiting Pluto right now as well and it too plays into a resurrection/comeback drama that I see unfolding in his life and the game, as it progresses. Super Bowl Sunday will be an epic chapter in the amazing life of Kurt Warner.
He’ll leave it all on the field and his measure of success will be determined by how well he’ll deal with significant strife and mythic challenge.