“Everything, Everything” From An Astrological Perspective
This post is going to be addressing the story’s main characters, Maddy & Olly and looking into their personal placements, from my point of view as an audience member. Remember: it’s okay to disagree with me! Hope you guys enjoy!
Maddy: Pisces sun, Libra moon, Taurus rising
Maddy has a self-proclaimed imagination that is larger than life. From a very young age she was able to conjure up images of herself in different places, living her ideal life. She has a graceful, venusian approach when it comes to communication and relationships. Her ideas of romance are simple, yet dream-like. She falls in love quickly and easily. Although she doesn’t like to detach, she can do so if needed. Her sense of humor is quirky, yet tasteful. One can see that she is a very unoffensive person in general and seems to make a delicate entrance. Maddy is admired for her beauty and there is something magnetic about her that the viewer notices right away. She can be impulsive when it comes to love, which was shown when she packed for Hawaii and convinced Olly to join her. Her elaborate fantasies lead her to risk everything in order to be with him.
Olly: Sagittarius sun, Scorpio moon, Aquarius rising
From the very start, it was obvious to me that Olly had Jupiter-like qualities. He is very outgoing and expressive. He’s aware of his charm and uses it to his advantage. He asks about Maddy on the first night that he moves in, and wastes no time at all with flirting and trying to win her over. He enjoys adventure and he acts rather awkward upon his first live encounter with Maddy. He doesn’t mind quirks because he has quite a few of his own. He’s not afraid to share his outlandish ideas, yet he has some dark secrets that he rarely speaks on. He is independent and rebellious, stating that he has quite a few vices and that every human being should. I think that his Pluto/Mars side really shows when we see him in a physical altercation with his father. He prefers to deal with emotional matters by himself and prefers to talk about bigger, philosophical ideas.