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Harold Lloyd

  • Asian elephant and Harold Lloyd
  • Adolf Hitler and Harold Lloyd
  • Harold Lloyd and Adolf Hitler
  • Adolf Hitler and Harold Lloyd
  • Harold Lloyd and Adolf Hitler
  • Adolf Hitler and Harold Lloyd
  • Adolf Hitler and Harold Lloyd
  • Harold Lloyd and Joan Miro
  • Joan Miro and Harold Lloyd
  • Harold Lloyd and Joan Miro
  • Joan Miro and Harold Lloyd
  • Harold Lloyd and Joan Miro
  • baby Harold Lloyd and old man Joan Miro
  • Anthony Quinn and Harold Lloyd
  • Harold Lloyd and Anthony Quinn
  • Anthony Quinn and Harold Lloyd
  • Anthony Quinn and Harold Lloyd
  • Anthony Quinn and Harold Lloyd
  • Harold Lloyd and Anthony Quinn eating ice cream
  • Anthony Quinn and Harold Lloyd
  • British Queen Elizabeth II and Harold Lloyd
  • Elizabeth II and Harold Lloyd
  • Harold Lloyd and Queen Elizabeth
  • Harold Lloyd and Iggy Pop
  • Iggy Pop and Harold Lloyd
  • Harold Lloyd and Iggy Pop
  • Harold Lloyd and Iggy Pop
  • Harold Lloyd and Iggy Pop
  • Iggy Pop and Harold Lloyd
  • Iggy Pop and Harold Lloyd

Harold Lloyd, his Sun degree totem and his Sun degree twins are shown in the gallery.
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Harold Lloyd1)b. 20.04.1893, Adolf Hitler2)b. 20.04.1889, Joan Miro3)b. 20.04.1893, Anthony Quinn4)b. 21.04.1915, Queen Elizabeth II5)b. 21.04.1926 and Iggy Pop6)b. 21.04.1947 were all born when the Sun was at the 31th zodiacal degree. They are Sun degree twins. Thus, they share the same Sun totem – the Asian elephant.

Astrological influences operate on basic physical and biological levels and equally determine bodily proportions, instinctual nature and mental dispositions. Usually, the Sun is the strongest astrological influence and has the greatest imprinting power. Generally, its contribution to the physical and mental traits of individuals is more than 50% and up to 90%. The Sun’s influence determines both the physical resemblance of the persons to their Sun degree totem, which in this case is the Asian elephant, and the resemblance between persons having the same Sun totem, i.e., born when the Sun has been on the same zodiacal degree. Our gallery illustrates this. The Sun degree also determines a great amount of the psychological characteristics of these well-known historical figures.7)The resemblance to the Asian elephant is not shown for Joan Miro.

Elephant's graspingnessThe elephant has one extra limb in comparison to other terrestrial animals. Its trunk operates as a hand for handling and gesticulation. The Asian elephant and the persons having it for Sun degree totem have similar gestures. The Asian-elephant Sun degree offers a unique opportunity to observe the power of the totem’s action.

Note that the physical similarity becomes increasingly difficult to observe with differences in age, sex, race and species. Nevertheless, it is here for all to see. Living things including man are not merely an outgrowth of their genomes. For they are also spiritual cosmic beings, a reality to which the modern materialistic science is still totally blind.

The resemblance of these persons stems from the Sun’s zodiacal influence. Clearly, its origin is not of a material genetic origin. Observing the similarity may be an illuminating experience. One can see that there is something stable in life persisting through the ages. It is the worldly embodiment of certain universal qualities. It can be noticed in the eyes, intentions and gestures of the creatures: men or animals. Although science has not yet recognized this non-genetic cosmic imprinting, it is shown here for anyone who is able to perceive it. I wish you a happy time travel.


This is not a personal horoscope, but a brief overview of the corresponding Sun degree.

Indian elephant is strong but doesn’t enforce obedience on others. Harold Lloyd in his film ‘I Do’ (1923)The Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus indicus, also Indian elephant) has comparatively small ears. This is the most peace-loving, gentle and tameable of elephants. It symbolizes wisdom and wealth. The Indian Elephant is quite brainy, a pragmatic philosopher giving a careful thought. It is resilient and strong, but doesn’t compel obedience. Of course, at times it will trumpet. Then everybody listens with awe. Moreover, it is very passionate, notwithstanding its apparent alienation.

Asian_Elephant,_Royal_Chitwan_National_Park-40The elephant strives to make things come to it, rather than going to them. Thanks to its long trunk, which serves also as an arm, it succeeds easily in this endeavor. Using its truck, it carries things to its mouth instead of chasing them, and without bending down, too. It can drop its food directly into its throat.

Artistic pragmatismWeird as it may sound elephants have a very good ear for music and play keyboard instruments very well. They can also draw surprisingly well by holding the brush with their trunks. They are very dexterous and practical. People born on the degree of the Indian Elephant are brilliant at combining their artistic skills and philosophical attitude of mind with commercial talent and practicalness. They have artistic and poetic aptitudes and may be successful in arts. They are calm, sensible, and behave with dignity.

The elephant grasps and understands. Its trunk considerably benefits its mind. The elephant’s trunk is a mouth-nose turned into an arm. Or, to be more exhaustive, it is a nose-arm-throat. Correspondingly, the degree rules the throat anatomically and the elephant’s mind is practical.

The Asian elephant-man is always waging a struggle and aiming at success. Harold Lloyd whose totem is the Asian elephant in his film ‘Why Worry‘. (1923)The Indian-elephant person has a sophisticated and acute mind, and great physical and spiritual strength. He is dexterous, sharp and earnest. His sense of self-preservation is well–developed. A little eccentric and changeable, but with a clearly-outlined strategy in mind. He is gifted with a magical attractiveness. Always struggling for success and nothing less. He is able to employ his experience in his present affairs and to find new ways of applying old principles. The pragmatic innovator. He is apt for business, considerate, resourceful, inventive and adept.

Joan Miro, whose Sun totem is the Indian elephant, seems to have symbolically portrayed the latter in his ‘Landscape with Snake’ from 1927The elephant resembles a mountain equipped with a tentacle allowing it to easily pull food to itself. The elephant’s sluggishness and low mobility are manifestations of its tendency to accumulate. He is clever, as far as the mind is a tool to spare efforts. The elephant-person is given the opportunity to gain over his own weaknesses. His mind; however, tends to be overly-focused on its own prosperity.

Harold Lloyd whose totem is the Asian elephant in his film ‘His Royal Slyness’ (1920) The degree of the Asian elephant is symbolically represented as a pure mountain stream. Just like water naturally flows down the slope, the craved things come to the thirsting. The trunk expands one’s range. It provides a more immediate access to life. The degree of the Indian elephant gives purity, genuineness and the spontaneous manifestation of true nature. It inspires, exhilarates, and predisposes to cheerfulness, creativity and clairvoyance. Some people believe that this holds especially true about the 20th Century due to the transition of the brightest star Mira from the Cetus constellation through that degree.

Iggy Pop and Stooges pt enThe accretion of the nose and the upper lip has formed the elephant’s trunk . The elephant person’s below-the-nose area is the place where the energy of his intention focuses and may become emblematic. The intention that caused the elephant’s trunk to form through evolution is the desire to smell distant objects, to pull what it likes to its mouth and to swallow it. The elephant has an impeccable sense of smell – better than that of dogs. The elephant person has an impeccable intuition, which works particularly well in practical matters.

The elephant-person instinctively uses elephantine gesturesThe trunk plays a very active part in the gestural language used by elephants for communication. A stretched trunk with a lowered tip is an eloquent manifestation of the intention to take a remote thing. The Indian Elephant-person has no trunk, but reaches out mentally, so as to attain as much as possible. This prolongs his nose and shows as an intention in his eyes. Psychologically, the passion of reaching makes him far-sighted. In terms of energy, it endows him with intuition the power to enchant. Magic is probably an energy emanation that resembles the stretching of an invisible trunk.

Elephantine noses of queen Elizabeth II, Harold Lloyd and Adolf HitlerThe degree of the elephant tends to give sagging ears, sparse hair, thick skin, thick eyebrows, a relatively long nose and heavy stature. It makes fingers very weak and sensitive, and palms – very vulnerable. When emotional, the elephant-person may unusually flare his nostrils .

Crown (top of the head) accessory, Joan Miro - Portrait of a Young Girl (1915) and Queen Elizabeth IIThere are two large humps on the elephant’s crown which accommodate its well-developed cerebral hemispheres. The crown of the elephant-person is quite often tuft-like or made to look like a tuft with a hairdo or an accessory. For example, the typical hairdo of Hitler, who is a representative of that degree, falls to the side across the forehead on a head “sharpened” at the sides. This was the result of a parted haircut, which was forcedly groomed backwards. Enlarging the upper part of the head not only increases the height, but evokes veneration, too. It also shifts the proportions of the face and suggests resourcefulness and good reason, and implies prudence and wisdom. By placing crowns or kamelaukions, the lords do not only intimidate, but also evoke trust .

Adolf Hitler and Indian elephant 20 hj engMoustaches do not merely symbolize manliness, animalistic primitiveness and testosterone. They symbolize great flair and have a multi-layered meaning. Moustaches are especially important in regard showing great nose, since they look like a prolongation of the nose or of nasal hair. Flair or sharp sense of smell indicates both sensitivity and foresight. Thus, on the one hand moustaches suggest frankness, honesty and directness, and on the other – insight and far-sightedness. They make the impression of a good-hearted and considerate person. They can definitely evoke trust. Therefore, moustaches are a must-have for great dictators. Big brother cannot be moustacheless.

Sharp wit and flair, insight and vision without eyesHis moustache is a proof of his good sense and ability to foresee. Hitler’s upright or askew-hanging forelock emphasizes the upper part of his head, which is relatively small, and makes him seem sensible. His moustaches and his crooked forelock have become sufficient trademarks of his persona. Together, they suggest elephantine traits such as good sense of smell and resourcefulness. They influence the subconsciousness and evoke a sense of perspicacity and far-sightedness about their holder..

Joan Miro’s sculpture ‘Woman Addressing The Public‘ seems to incarnate a hungry elephant in a human form (Kimbell Art Museum)Asian-elephant people gather and amass. They attract treasures, wealth and money to themselves. Well-being knocks on their door and they will never send it away. Often, they live in luxury. They are not very prolific, but are good at running their property. They are collectors and Maecenas. Many people love them. Often they will become leaders of various ranks and types. However, they are authoritative and exacting. Their demands may lead to alienation.

Iggy Pop Tongue begins at the throat The degree of the Asian elephant is related to thirst, greed and accumulation. It gives chronic dissatisfaction. The person born on this degree never has enough of anything. He is always displeased and in hunger. His motto is ‘I want to have’. Iggy Pop, who was born on this degree, makes this quite clear in his song ‘I need More‘. ‘And the more I think the more I need’ – he sings. Adolph Hitler, who has the same Sun-totem, wanted to have the whole world.

Adolf Hitler standing in shorts and long socksAt best, the Asian-elephant person’s thirst is just a constant dissatisfaction. It might motivate him and endow him with multiple interests. It makes him straightforward, powerful, energetic and viable, and inclines him to spiritual quests and purification of the soul. There is a thin line between spontaneity and nuisance. Unfavourable horoscopic or life factors will make the Asian-elephant person too inflexible, too harsh, gloomy, nagging and prone to conflicts. He will cause disputes and quarrels. He will make many enemies and will fight with them. At worst, the Asian-elephant person’s thirst will be manifested as stinginess, miserliness, avarice and rapaciousness. It may be both constructive and destructive. This is the most materialistic degree in the most materialistic sign in the symbolical terms of “lower orifice” or “The Gates of Hell”, and this is why it is dual: it relates to both accumulation and self-destruction .

other representatives of the same solar totem 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

 Herold Lloyd in Safety Last 1923

This is a description of the characteristics of the one out of the thirty categories of zodiacal degrees to which the discussed above degree belongs.

Degrees of Innovation

These degrees relate to transition to a new level and to entering a new cycle of life experience and activities. The path that the person having any of them active in his horoscope takes is still unfamiliar, therefore mysterious: what lies ahead is unknown.

These degrees endow the native with the curiosity of a child that is yet to learn and gather knowledge. They instill an aspiration to urgent actions, initiative, some vanity, excessive liveliness and restlessness. They also relate to increasing the tempo of life. People who have more of these degrees active in their horoscopes are in a hurry to live. They need to get everything life has to give right now and are not pleased with anything less than that.

This degree category indicates hopeful and frank people. It is associated with unmasking and denunciation. Those who have it prominent in their horoscopes, are naïve, credulous and prone to being tempted and wiled. They fail to hide whatsoever in their life or work, even if they want much to, and in the end always get exposed.

This degrees require active deployment of the creative potential and energy, and stimulate to action. They give a thirst for life and strife for attracting other’s attention. The holder of such a degree tries to catch everything that captures his attention and that feels familiar to his heart and soul. He tries to “disseminate” himself everywhere and to suggest to any and all people his ideas, attitudes, beliefs and ideology. Such a person is characterized by optimism, self-confidence, diligence and capacity for work. In order for him to make his ideas and plans reality, he needs also traits such as dedication, ambition, eloquence, knowledge of people, artistic abilities as well as tenacity, perseverance, reserve, patience, self-discipline, self-control and composure. At first, of course, his actions are a little chaotic and not always consistent due to the lack of experience, but the abovementioned traits will be gradually gained. It will be for the better if they don’t go into excess.

other representative of the same category of degrees 1, 2, 3

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1, 3. b. 20.04.1893
2. b. 20.04.1889
4. b. 21.04.1915
5. b. 21.04.1926
6. b. 21.04.1947
7. The resemblance to the Asian elephant is not shown for Joan Miro.