Courtesy of the Sun in Aries-Moon in Aquarius in her natal chart, Gretchen Ho’s interest in people pays large dividends, whether it takes the form of dealing with people in business, in public life or in the remoter forms of public contact.
She is highly social and magnetic, and likely in some way or other to be well paid for anything she undertakes that depends on her popularity with, or purchasing power of, the masses.
She’d make a good salesman, either of merchandise, of herself or of any ideas she may have. She gives a great impression of being interested in what goes on around her at the same time that she doesn’t lose sight of the main chance. This combination of assets makes it possible for her to analyze situations pretty accurately where either people or business matters are concerned.
Very little grass grows under her feet. Her life moves at a rapid pace. She’s romantic, courageous and adventurous. Large ventures appeal to her. She has little use for the trifling or the picayune.
She probably has had the advantages of a good family background and the education that goes with it, for a certain aristocracy of breeding is denoted by this position, of which she knows how to take advantage.
Democratic notions are not marked, for she is an extreme individualist, believing in herself and those in her financial or social strata; and despite her success in dealing with people, she has no particular faith in them.
Politically, she is more likely to be a reactionary than a liberal. Economically, she believes in capitalism and its perquisites for the very sufficient reason that this system has in all probability been very good to her. Realizing, however, that success in any system derives from the masses, she is able to conceal her inner feeling (that most people are sheep or worse), and to make the most of public and private opportunity.
She is not wanting in self-esteem and it’s likely that her good opinion of herself, her ideas, and her mode of life contribute to her lack of sympathy with those who think differently, or pursue different modes of life, or dwell on a lower economic scale. She goes with the right people, lives in the right part of town, belongs to the right clubs, and sends her children to the right schools.
Intellectually, she is sound and thorough. Emotionally she is romantic and highly idealistic, ardent, but probably not impulsive. This is a good position for material success and well-being, and also for some degree of public recognition, either in political, business, or intellectual pursuits.