Tim Roth. DOB: May, 14th 1961. Taurus and Ox.


Born:May 14, 1961, 12:00 PM (unknown)
in:London (United Kingdom)
Sun: 23°24’ Taurus
Moon:20°24’ Taurus
Chinese Astrology: Metal Ox
Numerology: Birthpath 9
Height: Tim Roth is 5’ 7” (1m70) tall

Introduction
Here are some character traits from Tim Roth’s birth chart. This  description is far from being comprehensive but it can shed light on  his/her personality, which is still interesting for professional  astrologers or astrology lovers.
N.B.: As this celebrity’s birth time is unknown, the chart is drawn  for 12:00 PM - the legal time for his/her place of birth; since  astrological houses are not taken into account, this astrological  profile excerpt is less detailed than those for which the birth time is  known.
The dominant planets of Tim Roth
When interpreting a natal chart, the best method is to start  gradually from general features to specific ones. Thus, there is usually  a plan to be followed, from the overall analysis of the chart and its  structure, to the description of its different character traits.
In the first part, an overall analysis of the chart enables us to  figure out the personality’s main features and to emphasize several  points that are confirmed or not in the detailed analysis: in any case, those general traits are taken into account.  Human personality is an infinitely intricate entity and describing it  is a complex task. Claiming to rapidly summarize it is illusory,  although it does not mean that it is an impossible challenge. It is  essential to read a natal chart several times in order to absorb all its  different meanings and to grasp all this complexity. But the exercise  is worthwhile.
In brief, a natal chart is composed of ten planets: two luminaries,  the Sun and the Moon, three fast-moving or individual planets, Mercury,  Venus and Mars, two slow-moving planets, Jupiter and Saturn, and three  very slow-moving planets, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. Additional  secondary elements are: the Lunar Nodes, the Dark Moon or Lilith, Chiron  and other asteroids such as Vesta, Pallas, Ceres or Juno. There are  also special features such as the Arabic Parts, the Vertex, the Black  Sun, hypothetical planets, etc. They are all posited on the Zodiac wheel  consisting of twelve signs, from Aries to Pisces, and divided into  twelve astrological houses.
The first step is to evaluate the importance of each planet. This is  what we call identifying the dominant planets. This process obeys rules  that depend on the astrologer’s sensitivity and experience but it also  has precise and steady bases: thus, we can take into account the  parameters of a planet’s activity (the number of active aspects a planet  forms, the importance of each aspect according to its nature and its  exactness), angularity parameters; (proximity to the four angles,  Ascendant, Midheaven, Descendant and Imum Coeli or Nadir, all of them  being evaluated numerically, according to the kind of angle and the  planet-angle distance) and quality parameters (rulership, exaltation, exile and fall). Finally, other criteria such as the rulership of the Ascendant and the Midheaven etc. are important.
These different criteria allow a planet to be highlighted and lead to useful conclusions when interpreting the chart.
The overall chart analysis begins with the observation of three sorts of planetary distributions in the chart: Eastern or Western hemisphere, Northern or Southern hemisphere, and quadrants (North-eastern, North-western, South-eastern and South-western). These  three distributions give a general tone in terms of introversion and  extraversion, willpower, sociability, and behavioural predispositions.
Then, there are three additional distributions: elements (called triplicity since there are 3 groups of signs for each one) -  Fire, Air, Earth and Water - corresponding to a character typology, modality (or quadruplicity with 4 groups of signs for each one) - Cardinal, Fixed and Mutable - and polarity (Yin and Yang).
There are three types of dominants: dominant planets, dominant signs and dominant houses.  The novice thinks astrology means only “to be Aries” or sometimes, for  example, “to be Aries Ascendant Virgo”. It is actually far more complex.  Although the Sun and the Ascendant alone may reveal a large part of the  character - approximately a third or a half of your psychological  signature, a person is neither “just the Sun” (called the sign) nor just  “the first house” (the Ascendant). Thus, a particular planet’s  influence may be significantly increased; a particular sign or house may  contain a group of planets that will bring nuances and sometimes weaken  the role of the Ascendant, of the Sun sign etc.
Lastly, there are two other criteria: accentuations (angular,  succedent and cadent) which are a classification of astrological houses  and types of decanates that are occupied (each sign is divided into  three decanates of 10° each). They provide additional information in  this first general part.
These eleven (or six, if the birth time is unknown) general character traits must not be taken literally; they are, somehow, preparing for the chart  reading. They allow to understand the second part of the analysis,  which is more detailed and precise. It focuses on every area of the  personality and provides a synthesis of all the above-mentioned  parameters according to sound hierarchical rules.
Warning: when the birth time is unknown, which is the case for Tim  Roth, a few paragraphs become irrelevant; distributions in hemispheres  and quadrants are meaningless, so are dominant houses and houses’  accentuations. Therefore, some chapters are removed from this part.
For all paragraphs, the criteria for valuation are calculated without  taking into account angles and rulerships of the Ascendant and of the  Midheaven. The methodology retains its validity, but it is less precise  without a time of birth.

Tim Roth. DOB: May, 14th 1961. Taurus and Ox.


Born:May 14, 1961, 12:00 PM (unknown)

in:London (United Kingdom)

Sun: 23°24’ Taurus

Moon:20°24’ Taurus

Chinese Astrology: Metal Ox

Numerology: Birthpath 9

Height: Tim Roth is 5’ 7” (1m70) tall

Introduction

Here are some character traits from Tim Roth’s birth chart. This description is far from being comprehensive but it can shed light on his/her personality, which is still interesting for professional astrologers or astrology lovers.

N.B.: As this celebrity’s birth time is unknown, the chart is drawn for 12:00 PM - the legal time for his/her place of birth; since astrological houses are not taken into account, this astrological profile excerpt is less detailed than those for which the birth time is known.

The dominant planets of Tim Roth

When interpreting a natal chart, the best method is to start gradually from general features to specific ones. Thus, there is usually a plan to be followed, from the overall analysis of the chart and its structure, to the description of its different character traits.

In the first part, an overall analysis of the chart enables us to figure out the personality’s main features and to emphasize several points that are confirmed or not in the detailed analysis: in any case, those general traits are taken into account. Human personality is an infinitely intricate entity and describing it is a complex task. Claiming to rapidly summarize it is illusory, although it does not mean that it is an impossible challenge. It is essential to read a natal chart several times in order to absorb all its different meanings and to grasp all this complexity. But the exercise is worthwhile.

In brief, a natal chart is composed of ten planets: two luminaries, the Sun and the Moon, three fast-moving or individual planets, Mercury, Venus and Mars, two slow-moving planets, Jupiter and Saturn, and three very slow-moving planets, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. Additional secondary elements are: the Lunar Nodes, the Dark Moon or Lilith, Chiron and other asteroids such as Vesta, Pallas, Ceres or Juno. There are also special features such as the Arabic Parts, the Vertex, the Black Sun, hypothetical planets, etc. They are all posited on the Zodiac wheel consisting of twelve signs, from Aries to Pisces, and divided into twelve astrological houses.

The first step is to evaluate the importance of each planet. This is what we call identifying the dominant planets. This process obeys rules that depend on the astrologer’s sensitivity and experience but it also has precise and steady bases: thus, we can take into account the parameters of a planet’s activity (the number of active aspects a planet forms, the importance of each aspect according to its nature and its exactness), angularity parameters; (proximity to the four angles, Ascendant, Midheaven, Descendant and Imum Coeli or Nadir, all of them being evaluated numerically, according to the kind of angle and the planet-angle distance) and quality parameters (rulership, exaltation, exile and fall). Finally, other criteria such as the rulership of the Ascendant and the Midheaven etc. are important.

These different criteria allow a planet to be highlighted and lead to useful conclusions when interpreting the chart.

The overall chart analysis begins with the observation of three sorts of planetary distributions in the chart: Eastern or Western hemisphere, Northern or Southern hemisphere, and quadrants (North-eastern, North-western, South-eastern and South-western). These three distributions give a general tone in terms of introversion and extraversion, willpower, sociability, and behavioural predispositions.

Then, there are three additional distributions: elements (called triplicity since there are 3 groups of signs for each one) - Fire, Air, Earth and Water - corresponding to a character typology, modality (or quadruplicity with 4 groups of signs for each one) - Cardinal, Fixed and Mutable - and polarity (Yin and Yang).

There are three types of dominants: dominant planets, dominant signs and dominant houses. The novice thinks astrology means only “to be Aries” or sometimes, for example, “to be Aries Ascendant Virgo”. It is actually far more complex. Although the Sun and the Ascendant alone may reveal a large part of the character - approximately a third or a half of your psychological signature, a person is neither “just the Sun” (called the sign) nor just “the first house” (the Ascendant). Thus, a particular planet’s influence may be significantly increased; a particular sign or house may contain a group of planets that will bring nuances and sometimes weaken the role of the Ascendant, of the Sun sign etc.

Lastly, there are two other criteria: accentuations (angular, succedent and cadent) which are a classification of astrological houses and types of decanates that are occupied (each sign is divided into three decanates of 10° each). They provide additional information in this first general part.

These eleven (or six, if the birth time is unknown) general character traits must not be taken literally; they are, somehow, preparing for the chart reading. They allow to understand the second part of the analysis, which is more detailed and precise. It focuses on every area of the personality and provides a synthesis of all the above-mentioned parameters according to sound hierarchical rules.

Warning: when the birth time is unknown, which is the case for Tim Roth, a few paragraphs become irrelevant; distributions in hemispheres and quadrants are meaningless, so are dominant houses and houses’ accentuations. Therefore, some chapters are removed from this part.

For all paragraphs, the criteria for valuation are calculated without taking into account angles and rulerships of the Ascendant and of the Midheaven. The methodology retains its validity, but it is less precise without a time of birth.

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