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Varg Vikernes is a “black metal” musician who served time for a murder and is now an RPG designer and figure on the radical right. He’s an Aquarius: they combine Saturnian peace of mind, concentration, and persistence with Uranian restless originality and a short temper. These people have a very strong will, but are prone to periodic irresponsible acts (murders). The stronger the will, the stronger the irresponsible act.

Aquarians are basically gentle and they want to solve social issues—particularly collective social issues, hence VV defends his race. The Aquarius wants to discover the laws of nature and has many incredible ideas—they seek to express these in a systematic way. Hence VV has developed an RPG to teach European mythology. The basic drive is to improve the world—they hate restrictions on freedom, they want a broad view and can’t stand small spaces (VV has ended up on a homestead in France).

VV has his Sun in the 5th House—these are creative people with a strong desire for self-expression (they tend to spoil their children or pass their dreams on to them). This accords with VV’s artistic nature, and also his eight children. He has the Moon in the 9th House which means an imaginative mind—it’s associated with great dreamers and thinkers (his art). They have a variety of hobbies and interests (homestead, RPG, mythology, modified car). They tend to lecture people—VV likes to make videos (often banned) that explain his views.

VV also has Mercury in the 5th House—creativity and children (large family and artistic pursuits). It means an ability to express thoughts orally—in song or in videos. These people are talented teachers and actors (VV has fulfilled both roles). VV also has the ruler of the 10th House (Moon) in the 9th House—skills in religion and teaching; and these people are often teaching in old age, just as VV now concentrates on his educational RPG and website.

With Mercury in Pisces, he has an interest in art and mysticism—he likes to make novel connections that come from “somewhere else”. This accords with his interest in European mythology—and also with his lilting, ASMR-like, accent (the mystical Northern sooth-speaker, perhaps). With his ruler of the Ascendant (Venus) in Aquarius, VV is adept at predictions (these people are pleased with their predictions); and VV often mentions that his predictions have come to pass.


With Venus in Aquarius, VV has an open and experimental relationship to art. It can be hard to understand their feelings because their style may be “disturbing, shocking, or weird” (per the book)—if you look at the aesthetics around VV’s music project, Burzum, you will find them to be “disturbing, shocking, or weird”.


But VV is happiest at home—he has Venus in the 4th House. These people want an ideal home. They feel emotional about their home—VV’s homestead. These people are also patriots with a close bond to their country—this chimes with VV’s North Lunar Node, which indicates an interest in family, roots, and homeland (with Venus in the 4th House Ascendant, men like VV are very influenced by their genes). His horoscope is all about the blood and teaching people about the blood.


Per Venus in the 4th House, they have a close bond with their parents. Indeed, VV has Jupiter in the 4th House—this means a particularly good relationship with their mother; and, when he was in prison, VV’s mother helped him to publish his first book.


VV has Uranus in the 1st House, this causes unstable or deceptive behaviour—these people can be strange and eccentric. They are inventive but their temper can waylay them. This relates to his early music success, related church burnings, and the murder. Similarly, with Neptune in the 3rd House he is intuitive and adept at high-level communication; but, when young, people with this alignment are inclined to impractical and unorganised thinking.


With Pluto in the 12th House, VV is a person who wonders about life, death, and higher consciousness (he often mentions reincarnation). This Pluto position is also connected to exile and people in the lowest sections of society—so it refers to his prison sentence and exile to France. It can also mean violence, murder.


VV has Lilith in Sagittarius, these people have a great desire to learn the truth about the spiritual world—however, they are often disappointed. They find it difficult to believe in the divine and are often atheists. VV is interested in spirituality but very materially inclined; he tends towards a Jungian-type metaphor for the gods, the gods as masked priests, whereas the gods are a literal reality. People with Lilith in Sagittarius reject the Church—as did VV, in the most radical way, being implicated in church burnings. If you lie to these people they will never trust you again—something VV has mentioned on social media.


The Aquarius will often be ahead of their time and so novel that most people will not understand them—in VV’s case, this is combined with the fact that his chart specifics mean he expresses his ideas in eccentric or weird ways that disturb people. However, per the chart, after a turbulent youth where he pushed his mystical and reformative impulses to the limit, he’s settled down into a family-orientated old age dedicated to teaching. This is in accord with the ruler of the Ascendant (Venus) in the 4th House—these people are very active at the end of their life, with time dedicated to family, property, and secrets.

With Ascendant in Libra, one thing he missed in his life was someone to make decisions for him—these people need a strong system of values and norms to follow. VV missed that in social-democratic Norway, and probably enjoyed prison in that respect (though it wasn’t strict enough for him). Late in life, he’s developed a system of norms and values to follow based on his own artistic and mystical insights.





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