Sun square Lilith or Sun opposite Lilith is not as bad as one might imagine. It seems to create incredibly strong-willed, feisty individuals who take it upon themselves to become spokespeople for the disadvantaged or for dark n’ gritty issues that are disturbing for the public in some way. The square has so much tension that it is compelled to action and here Lilith demands equality and simmers with unprocessed rage. Together these qualities really can move mountains.
Sun in hard aspect to Lilith people are creative activists and mesmerizing agitators. They think nothing of taking the law into their own hands. They have their own sense of honour and high principles, which can sometimes effect their popularity. Always as tough on themselves as they are on others, they aim high and have the magic of their intuition to aid them in their leaps of faith.
Sun opposite Lilith can work as a magic wand of a power source. The energy results from the magnetism of the polarity. It can also play out as an over-identification with one side of the psyche at the expense of the other, turning that side taboo. The Sun rules an Apollonian mindset while Lilith more Dionysian. Society can be seen as overly patriarchal and oppressive so there can be an inner battle which is then projected onto “Boogie men” in the outside world.
Identifying with the Sun can sometimes result in being a shiny example of goodness as opposed to identifying with Lilith where you become an utter social outcast. Sometimes the division can play out in the external life, as wife versus mistress and or in having to choose between parents in a divorce. These people sometimes have a pronounced sexuality, and are lustful and dismissive of cultural norms. When the two polarities are successfully channeled, the native is able to crystallise their creativity and become commercially successful.
Sun/Black Moon Lilith ~ Hard Aspects
Sun square Lilith
Russell Brand is an english comedian and YouTuber who started in stand up and then went onto be a presenter. He is most known in recent times as being an activist and political campaigner so he ticks the box with this aspect being a spokesman for dark and gritty issues. In recent times Russell has taken an even more red-pilling perspective.
As a consequence of his recent ‘edgy’ broadcasts (2022) Russell has been branded (No pun intended!) a ‘far right’ conspiracy theorist even though he frequently speaks out against capitalism, the hyper-rich and calls for equality for all which should actually put him in the left wing box.
Generally Lilith does not like to be pigeon-holed. “Over the course of his career, Brand has been the subject of frequent media coverage and controversy for issues such as his promiscuity and drug use, his outrageous behaviour at various award ceremonies, his dismissal from MTV and resignation from the BBC, and his two-year marriage to singer Katy Perry.” ~ Wiki
Brand is also interested in a spiritual development which pulls in the priestess aspect of the black moon Lilith. His podcast ‘Under The Skin’ is a guest show which covers more esoteric topics and philosophy “asking what’s beneath the surface of the people we admire, of the ideas that define our time, of the history we are told”.
More Sun square Lilith: Elon Musk, David Icke, Angela Merkel, Charles de Gaulle, Josef Mengele, Francis of Assisi, Lucrèce Borgia, Sarah Palin, Oscar Wilde, Liz Greene, Meryl Streep, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Christopher Lee, Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Hamill, Glenn Close, Kiefer Sutherland, Mickey Rooney, Lindsay Wagner, Neil Diamond, Nico, Vanessa Hudgens, Ron Lafayette Hubbard, J. P. Morgan, Vladimir Nabokov, Marc Chagall, Evel Knievel.
Sun Opposite Lilith
Prince William remains somewhat of a mystery. He is known to have an extensive occult book collection. One example of his witch-power could be his prophetic statement at the age of seven to the late Diana that he wanted to be a police officer to protect her. Sun (Royalty) V Lilith (Anti-establishment) will be very interesting if he ever gets to be King.
Camilla Parker-Bowles was the taboo (Lilith) woman V the crown (Sun). Playing the perfect Lilith anti-patriarchy outcast we have Valerie Solanas the American militant lesbian. This feminist writer composed the “S.C.U.M. Manifesto.” (Society for Cutting Up Men.)
Genius Victor Hugo was certainly lusty and this prolific writer of the 19th Century had many mistresses. However when his long-term lover died, he never recovered from the loss and withdrew from the world. He did not give up sex however, recording encounters up until a week before his death age 83.