On a second day of the World Cup we have our second hero, Robin van Persie from Netherlands. It was a tough choice because Arjen Robben had a great game as well yesterday, hopefully he will have a chance to win player of the day during this tournament as well.
Here is van Persie’s chart: http://www.turtleluck.com/life-analysis/?c=56a3970c5162678edc9ede829fac2becca52f8d5
On Friday Netherlands was seeking revenge for a defeat in a World Cup final, 4 years ago in South Africa, when Spain took the title in rather dominating style.
This time situation was bit different. Spain took the lead but very soon van Persie scored a fantastic header, bringing Netherlands back into the game. In second half they completely dismantled the mighty Spain with four more goals, including one more by van Persie.
Robin van Persie is a Yang Fire person, born in a Goat month, which represents end of the summer, therefore Yang Fire is very strong in his chart. Earth and Water elements are also very strong, which brings to him creativity and authority, which is clearly reflected by his leadership role in his national team.
Wood element is also very strong in the chart, bringing in his particular case ability to analyze and approach situations in a unique ways.
Yin Earth is generally not very welcomed element in Yang Fire chart, but here is kept under control by his strong wood, and not to forget that this year is Yang Wood, therefore Yin Earth is unable to damage his chart flow.
He completely lacks Metal element (although we can’t be 100% sure without birth time) but as far we can see his chart doesn’t need it at all, the environment is set in such way that there is no need for Metal.
Yang Fire people are great leaders, but on their own they can’t do much, they need a team of people to make things happened. Yang Fire is like a sun, it provides warmth to the planets around, this way it fulfills its purpose, but without planets to reflect light, sun is alone in the darkness.
Yang Fire people, once they make up their mind, can become extremely focused on what they do, allowing very little distraction. Once they are on the right path, they are almost impossible to stop (for example Steve Jobs). The downside is when they are on the wrong path, it gets really hard to change (for example Hitler).
Van Persie’s chart have all the qualities of a great leader and he is definitely showing that on the field.
— Neha Dhupia (@NehaDhupia) June 13, 2014