George Lucas, creator of the "Star Wars" universe, has clearly harbored an obsession with good and evil. In particular, he was concerned with the process by which "good" individuals and entire societies turn "to the dark side". His overall "Star Wars" narrative was in fact a story of the corruption of one individual (Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader) and one society (The Galactic Republic / Empire). A study of Lucas' astrological chart with a focus on Pallas shows both a deep inborn concern with ethics ("good and evil") and with the dangers of ethical corruption.
Apollonian: Sun at the midpoint of Pallas and Mercury.
Dionysian: Pallas sextile Pluto and trine South Node; Pluto conjunct North Node and square Mercury, ruler of Pallas.
This is a "reverse whistleblower" configuration, which suggests strong ethical/libertarian tendencies to start with but which over time (thanks to the Nodes) slowly erode. The "karma" of this chart is to become increasingly with age more and more subject to the Dionysian "dark side". Lucas's career reflects this tendency very clearly: with time his films gradually go "darker" and eventually he sells the entire franchise to parties who don't seem particularly concerned with the workings of good and evil at all.
New Star Wars helmsman JJ Abrams is clearly a more consistently skillful entertainer than the world-building Lucas, but he does not share Lucas' deep concern with what makes us "good" or drives us to "the dark side". Abrams' heroes and villains (looking at his pre-"Star Wars" work) actually switch sides seemingly at random and without much provocation. With Lucas no longer in control, his "Star Wars" universe may yield superior entertainments but run the risk of losing their ethical core. We already see this in "The Force Awakens" in which the new evil empire appears essentially from nowhere and blithely eradicates the new Republic without a second thought. This shows us that the new owners of "Star Wars" don't understand Lucas's message (which reflects real-world politics through history) that the Empire IS the Republic.
"Star Wars" itself may have just given in to the dark side.