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Jodie Whittaker – lady Time Lord enchants and irks fans

 

 

Dr Who fans are split between jubilation and outrage at the news that actress Jodie Whittaker will take over the role of the sci-fi time lord Dr Who in the next TV series when Peter Capaldi steps down at the end of this year. She’ll be the 13th reincarnation of the ever-changing time traveller, who has a massive and vocal cult following.

The BBC series first launched at 6.15pm on 23 November 1963 with a 5th house Sagittarius (much travelled) Sun and mysterious Neptune also in the entertaining 5th. Jupiter in Aries in the 10th points to success especially after time; and there’s a pushing-the-boundaries, on-the-leading-edge Uranus Pluto conjunction square Mercury. Mars Venus are the other two planets in adventuring Sagittarius; and there’s a Saturn Moon in scientific Aquarius which sit in Sagittarius’s natural house the 9th.

Jodie Whittaker, 3 June 1982, has a solid career behind her on stage, TV and film – Broadchurch most recently and also other sci-fi dramas. She’s a Sun Mercury in Gemini with Uranus and Neptune in Sagittarius. So her Uranus is conjunct the Dr Who Sun for a radical change. Her Mars in Libra aspects her Mercury and Uranus, so she’ll be sparky and with Saturn Pluto conjunct also tough; plus she has an indulgent sociable Venus in Taurus opposition Jupiter (Moon) in Scorpio. Quite a mix of light and shade. Tr Uranus will oppose her Jupiter from mid 2018 for several months for an enthusiasm bounce; and conjunct her Venus in 2019 – so an exciting time. She’s certainly looking energised and upbeat from now till early September and again in November.

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2 thoughts on “Jodie Whittaker – lady Time Lord enchants and irks fans

  1. I watched a trailer today of her introduction as The Doctor. I’m really looking forward to watching her in this role. Poise, mystery, bit of elegance – does she play electric guitar, btw? I can see some real fireworks between her and Missy (Michelle Gomez).

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