the Creative Sign
It's no surprise
that we find Sharon Stone born under the creative, imaginative
sign of Pisces. Actors have to take on roles and often portray
characters who are vastly different from their fundamental personality.
Pisces is the chameleon of the zodiac; what better sign to work
as an actor in an environment that allows illusion to flourish
and fantasy to reign?
Sharon Stone was born on March 10, 1958, in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
Though her time of birth is not available, much can be learned
about her nature by looking at the position of the planets on
the day she was born. This is called a solar chart
and is used when the time of birth is not known. It places the
Sun on the Ascendant, or the horizon line of her birth
chart. The rest of the planets in the sky are placed around
the circle of the birth chart as they fall in their natural
The Moon in a birth chart represents deep feelings,
moods, and feminine energy. In Sharon's chart her Moon is placed
in Scorpio, the sign of sex appeal, secrets and intensity. Sharon
caught the eye of the public when she played roles that utilized
her naturally seductive side. In 1992, she caught on like wild
fire with Basic Instinct, followed by Sliver in
1993. In both roles her character was allowed to uninhibitedly
express natural sexual urges. As a result, her sex appeal was
permanently imprinted on the minds of an eager public. (If Sharon
Stone was born after 4:00 pm the Moon would be in Sagittarius.
Both her personality and the mathematical odds make it likely
that her Moon is in Scorpio.)
Ironically, Sharon has intelligence too. Seductiveness and intelligence
may seem like strange bedfellows, but Sharon has them both.
Her Moon makes a favorable contact, known as a trine, with Mercury,
the planet of mental activity. Interpreted in everyday terms,
this means her mind and emotions are in sync. She is able to
eloquently express herself due to an uncanny ability to translate
emotional states into descriptive language.
on Valentine's Day
Sharon married for the third time on Valentine's
Day in 1998 to newspaperman Phil Bronstein. A look at Venus
in her chart will describe much about her romantic nature and
needs in a love relationship. Sharon's Venus is placed in Aquarius,
the sign of friendship and zany behavior, but it makes an antagonistic
contact with both Uranus (freedom) and Neptune (idealism and
illusion). Is it any wonder that she was married three times
before the age of 40? Long-term conventional marital bliss is
difficult with that configuration, but hopefully her intelligent
side will find a way to work on lasting harmony.
Sharon's latest movie, The Muse, was released
in 1999. It's a comedy with an inspirational message that may
make the best use of her combined talents and prove her genius
is stronger that her sex appeal. She is basically clueless in
the movie about why everyone seems to be seeking out her company.
She brings innocence, freshness, and mischief to the role. Though
her performance is not Oscar material, it does prove that she
can convincingly become her characters. But then again, what
would you expect from an illusive Pisces?