The three to 16 year old sector of the population might blink vacuously when you shriek “Roger Moore”, but virtually all other age groups know who this very Libran fellow is. A cherubic charmer who pulls the Bond girls, who is adored by a huge fan base, and who bowled over the Danish Royal family with whom he hangs out in all the right places. Who could remain indifferent to this archetypal British hunk? This “jolly good chap” who for years enacted the sleek and debonair “007″ with whom we all fell in love with at some stage. He was the kind of guy you could take home to mother and say “mum this is my future hubby to be” without her shaking her head, and muttering into her tea. She would have been overawed by his chivalrous presence in fact, and got out the special chocs in the “bat of an eye”, because even mum could have seen our Roger is no looser.
Simon Templar in the television series The Saint in the sixties, one of the more “Britannic” James Bonds during the mid seventies to early eighties, a UNICEF Ambassador and last but not least, a prized guest on the Muppet Show, Mr. Moore has never lacked for “fun things to do”. One of them was picking up a couple of medals. Commander of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) and a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE) – not bad for starters. The knighthood was for Mr. Moore’s charity work, rather than his show business attributes. However, there is more to this chap than meets the eye, in fact something rather complex is going on behind those shades. Mum should not have got out the chocs so fast! We joke of course. But actually when it comes to the “emotional” areas of his life, there is an Achilles heel to Roger Moore.
He has been married rather frequently, and in most cases he left his “spouse of the moment” abruptly after meeting another lady. He is too charming to be a cad, but certainly he is an emotionally challenging fella, with that sun moon combination, including a Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde/Gemelli vibe when it comes to the intimate spheres of his love life. To be blunt he has frequently seemed hell bent on domestic disaster. Perhaps because his standards are rather too high, he likes his partners to be beautiful, graceful, socially well placed, refined and educated, ladies with whom he can discuss life and all things pertaining to it. But then, after years of making sure his partner understands him, and the relationship acquires a solid tone to it, he will turn away. He feels there is another love experience to live, and it is with someone new. So not exactly a “grass is greener” dude but near to it.
Mercury in Scorpio makes him astute, a great conversationalist, who is inclined to chat the birds off the trees. He will state what he thinks about you with laser beam clarity, even if it is not nice, and will not care if you significantly shift in your chair looking for the exit. He will stay the course when it comes to his “opinions” too, and not give an inch even if an argument lasts till three in the morning, and everyone, except “again” you, has given up and gone to bed. But it is his Mars in Libra that will save the day. This shows an incredibly nice chap, someone great to have around. So tactful and kind, so observant and tolerant. A big heart to those who are vulnerable.
He is in short, a great person, well thought of, he is company inspiring and even helping others. He has an empathy with those who are suffering from severe illness and compassion for the vulnerable in general. Jupiter in Pisces makes him go deep, to touch the spiritual within life, even if not in an organized religious format. Higher visions will make him want to do something inspiring before leaving this earth so his name is not just remembered for his film roles, but for his humanity and goodness.
His debonair 007 was indeed an aspect of himself, a sort of sub persona, the charmer, the risk taker, the guy with a stiletto in his garters, the guy who can take on a villain without a crinkle in his suit, a dude who makes the ladies twitter, but in reality he is no 007, he is a good chap, perhaps not always aware of his deeper feelings, the ones that shift around in the depths of his heart, but well meaning nonetheless. Over the next couple of years Mr. Moore could take to writing a book. One he has been pondering over for some time. He will want to use his creative mind, and let the public know his deeper perceptions on the complexities of life not through an autobiography but through a novel. In order to do this, he will review certain aspects of his personality to become more “tuned in” to the collective mind, and an understanding of what his readers are looking for.
We see him becoming more drawn to spiritual concepts, higher levels of thinking. He has always looked very young for his age, now he will seem younger, as he continues to reach for the stars, and we continue to be fascinated by this intriguing ex 007. Our thoughts are with you Roger, you will still fly high over the next couple of years, you are a true blue gentleman, the kind who will never truly grow old. Those lovely, charming Libran vibes will keep you young forever!
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