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Miles Davis — The king of chaos

Been looking for an opportunity to write a post about Miles Davis for quite a while, and yesterday finally, I watched the documentary about his life.

Miles Davis had a pure Performer chart, a Yin Wood Master Element with a strong Fire Element.

People with a lot of Fire are often obsessed with visions, future, and creativity, and they don’t like to delve into history. He famously refused to play his old albums and was only interested in creating new materials.




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