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The formation of a Grand Trine in the sky also signaled the beginning of World War 11. Adolf Hitler sent his Nazi German army to war on September 1, 1939, by invading Poland (Figure 3H). On that day, Mars, Neptune, and Uranus formed a grand trine in the sky and is another example of the power of symmetrical alignments and how Planetary Geometry accurately foretold of a true mega-event. How much more of a m ega-event can you get than the start of a world war
Note that when Chiron is included, the chart for the Pearl Harbor attack clearly has a Grand Trine formed by Chiron, Mars, and Sun So the ancient Babylonian laws of astrology were right again. On both of the most important days that started World War II, there was a Grand Trine in the sky. A Grand Trine is one of the most powerful symmetrical forms of Planetary Geometry, so this is another indication that symmetrical Planetary Geometry is a celestial sign that a mega-event could occur. (The shape of the Planetary Geometry by itself does not tell us if the event is good or bad, but you will learn later on how to use other tools of astrology to foretell or explain the actual nature of the mega-event.)
We can also use planetary aspects to predict or explain the historical significance of a day. Once again, Adolf Hitler is a very good example. Hitler became chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933, when Mars was nearly exactly 120 degrees from Venus, and formed a trine (Figure 4D). On both days-Hitler's birth and his first day as chancellor-there was the same planetary aspect, with a nearly exact planetary aspect formed by Mars and Venus On both of these days, Venus and Mars were in the same degree of the Zodiac constellations, which meets the criteria for creating a planetary aspect. We now have two of the key astrological reasons for World War 11.
Neptune in romantic Libra emphasizes both idealism and love, and this generation is interested in new ways of looking at relationships and laws. This is the generation that confronted sexual equality, marched for peace, experimented with LSD, and cares deeply about injustice throughout the world. Sometimes this Neptune's intentions can have unfortunate results the Neptune in Libra period saw the end of World War II and then the beginning of the Cold War. Neptune in Libra was also when marriages were subject to uncertainty (war time made this difficult) and disillusionment. This period is when the divorce rate began increasing, too. Still, Neptune in Libra is idealistically inspired.
The three most important days for peace in this century were the two days that ended the two world wars in Europe, and the day that marked the end of the Cold War. In Astrology Really Works , we provided our readers with the birth charts of these three momentous days, showing that there was a trine of Jupiter and the Sun on each of those days. We will not duplicate those charts in this book, but we will give you the dates. World War I ended November 11, 1918 World War 11 ended in Europe on May 7, 1945 and the Cold War ended on November 4, 1989.
These were the egos who had strong ties with relatives. Many of them were to lose relatives in the first World War. New ideas for commerce and concerning trade were bom. Gives mental sensitivity. Often education has to be sacrificed for the sake of the family. Great restlessness and desire for change. Neptune will not return to Gemini until the year 2168.
The First World War began not long after Pluto settled down to its slow crawl through Cancer (1912-3 to 1937-8), emphasizing fruitless effort and death on an appalling scale. As with Neptune (in that sign at roughly the same time), here the disruption of home and family life was almost worldwide, and those born during this period suffered again during the Second World War.
Neptune was last in Cancer from 1901 to 1915. This transit was the time of uprisings in Mexico and China, World War I, the San Francisco earthquake, the founding of the Boy Scouts of America, the Pure Food and Drug Law, the discovery of vitamins and Einstein's theory of relativity.
Neptune last transited Virgo from 1929 to 1943. During this era the world experienced the Teapot Dome scandal over U.S. oilfields, the Stock Market Crash, the repeal of prohibition, entry into the atomic age, the dropping of the gold standard, the passing of the Social Security Act, World War II and race riots. The aerosol spray, computers, electric shavers, FM broadcasting and radar were invented during this period. The depression of the 1930's thwarted some of the creative and imaginative faculties of people born during this transit.
In English in 1923 and were prompted, at the outset of World War II, to try to opera-tionalize the typology that he set out. They thought that the construction of a psychometric indicator might, among other things, prove useful in addressing certain pressing military personnel decisions faced at that time in the United States. Early forms of the MBTI testing procedure were thus developed in the period 1942-44, but it was after the war and in the years leading up to 1956 that more systematic research involving medical students, nursing students, and other samples was conducted using the MBTI. Neither Briggs nor Myers had any formal training in psychology or statistics, so Myers's encounter with a young psychology research student named David Saunders in the early 1950s was significant in terms of the statistical enhancement and subsequent development of the instrument.
The German Kaiser's astrological chart was unfavourably assessed by Alan Leo during World War I. world war i and the interwar years During World War I, British and German astrologers took part in their own way and for their own sides. Alan Leo examined the horoscopes of The German Kaiser's astrological chart was unfavourably assessed by Alan Leo during World War I.
Cancer being the sign of home and family, here was Neptune's main influence during the period that began with the Boer War in South Africa, and ended with the First World War still raging as the planet completed its journey. Children born then suffered again as grown-ups, facing the equally dreadful conditions of the Second World War. World War II was the terrible prospect that awaited those born when Neptune was active in Cancer at the 20th century's start. It was during these years that the popularity of cinema considerably increased. Millions of people visited the cinema each week to see the great silent movie epics. Here was escapism from the aftermath of the First World War and the financial disasters of the Depression, into a wonderful world of make-believe.
BFI.TRt- in astrology is universal and ancient. Most of the great men ofhistory, such as Caesar, Pliny, and Ciccro believed in it. Marcus Antonious never travelled without the astrologer recommended to him by Cleopatra. Augustus, when ascending the throne, had his horoscope cast by Thcagenes. Tiberius discovered pretenders to his throne by means of astrology and divination. Alexander of Macedonia consulted astrologers before his invasion of India. During World War II the Nazis and the*allies both appointed astrologers to assist them in their campaigns. 111 ere must be something fundamental in such a widely prevalent belief. Professor Ph. Lebas of Prance in his article on astrology in the Dictionnaire Encyctopedique da France has rightly indicated that adherence to the subject by such a number of highly intellectual men should it itself be sufficient for believing that all astrology is not a folly.
An invaluable mineral in industry, sulfur also can be very beneficial to health. Mineral waters and hot springs reputed to help many types of ailments contain much sulfur. And during World War I in England soldiers in the hospitals had their wounds treated with garlic juice, which because of its high sulfur content acts like an antibiotic and speeds up the healing process.
In astrology, there is a planet that is symbolic of each type of idea, special talent, skill, ability, feeling, mood, science, study, language and each type of knowledge, profession, career, and status (such as being married or divorced). There is also a planet that symbolizes each part of the body each element, mineral, living organism, plant, drug, and each type of thing that human beings build or make, such as airplanes, nuclear weapons, telephones, computers, rubber tires, clothes, and automobiles. Everything is a symbolism of one of the planets - absolutely everything.
Throughout the centuries the recording of time has been a problem, to the study of which lifetimes have been devoted. To the historian the correct day is important, but to the astrologer the correct hour of the correct day is not only important - it is essential. An aftermath of World War II will probably be an increasing number of contacts with people who have Julian birthdates, and who know so little about astrology that the importance of reimpressing their birthdate upon their memory in Gregorian terms never occurs to them.
At the end of this chapter, we have also provided you with the Babylonian Alignment Chart for another important date that led to World War 11. It is the chart for September 27, 1940 (Figure 4E). It is not very well known, but that was the date that Adolf Hitler as Germany's chancellor, Benito Mussolini as leader of fascist Italy, and Emperor Hirohito of Japan signed a treaty-a very, very unusual treaty.
The wounded side of Pluto is the vengeful destroyer, and it was in 1941 that Hitler's army invaded Russia, Italy and Germany invaded Egypt, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, and the U.S. entered World War II. A meeting of these two is always explosive, but this conjunction was unusually so, because it was in Leo.
Take, for example, the day that started World War 11, September 1, 1939. On that day, there was a Grand Trine of Mars, Neptune, and Uranus. We have already explained that a Grand Trine was one of the Babylonians' sure-fire celestial signs of an impending significant event.
Pluto was last in Cancer from 1913 to 1938. During this period the patriotic love of country innate in Cancer developed into chauvinism and pride, which finally led to World War II. It was a time of new concepts in government, from our own New Deal to fascism, nazism and communism. It was the time of the emancipation of women, the first woman cabinet member, the baring of legs and knees, new approaches to child rearing and new methods of food preparation.
Therefore, forecasts of simple events such as this, the entry of our country into the World War, the landing of our troops in Sicily, the surrender of Italy, should not constitute difficulties provided you get to study my various works, pass up a few movies or pinochle games, and start with bigger, more important things.
Crowley lived in the United States during World War I and had a brief association with Evangeline Adams during which he proposed a joint book on astrology a project never manifested. Crowley did write an astrology book prior to leaving America in 1919, but this manuscript was not published until 1974. Despite the character of the author, Crowley's Complete Astrological Writings is suggestive and merits reading.
The German schoolteacher and astrologer Walter Koch was born in Esslingen, Germany, on September 18, 1895. His father was a manufacturer. During World War I, Koch was severely wounded in his right leg. He studied classics and history at the Universities of Strasbourg and T bingen and entered a career of civil service after graduation. transferred to the Dachau concentration camp, where he was held until the end of World War II. After the war, he was an instructor in the Hohenstaufen Classical High School in G ppingen and spent his spare time on astrological research and writing.
Charles Ernest Owen Carter, born January 31, 1887, in Parkstone, England, was a well-known and highly prolific astrologer of the early twentieth century. He graduated from the University of London and began to practice law in 1913. He also served in the army during the First World War. Carter became deeply involved with astrology in 1910 and met such eminent practitioners as Alan Leo. He started composing practitioner handbooks in the twenties, which were well received by the astrological community. He also wrote many articles that appeared in such periodicals as The Astrologers' Quarterly, issued by the London Astrological Lodge.
Neptune was in Libra from 1943 to 1956 and previously from 1778 to 1792. This period brought the end of World War II, the forming of the United Nations, the Taft-Hartley Labor Act, the Marshall Plan, the state of Israel, Senator Joe McCarthy's pursuit of supposed communists in government, U.S. Supreme Court decision on the unconstitutionality of racial segregation in schools, the Mau-Mau uprising in Africa, discovery of high-frequency masers, the first hydrogen bomb and television for everybody.
Jayne, Jr., born October 9, 1911, in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, was an eminent astrologer, writer, teacher, and lecturer, who stressed the importance of mathematics and astronomy. He began studying astrology in the mid-1930s. After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, he became deeply involved in astrological work. During the 1946 fall semester, he served on the astrological faculty of the American Foundation for Metaphysical Arts and Sciences in New York City. He contributed technical material, such as data on eclipses, to Nicholas DeVore's Encyclopedia of Astrology and wrote frequently for such astrological periodicals as Horoscope magazine.
The Uranian system of astrology, also known as the Hamburg School of Astrology, had its origins in the early part of the twentieth century. Alfred Witte (1878-1943), the founder of the system, was a renowned astrologer in Germany as well as a surveyor. He and his student and colleague, Friedrich Sieggrun (1877-1951), were members of the famed Kepler Circle. During World War I, Witte tried to use the prevailing astrological methods of his day to time battles. He found these methods to be quite lacking, and it was during this time that he developed his revolutionary way of looking at astrology. After the war, he introduced these ideas to his contemporaries in the Kepler Circle. Witte's Uranian astrology is differentiated from other schools of Western astrology by a variety of factors, including the use of dials, the cardinal axis, hard aspects, midpoints, symmetry, and the eight hypothetical planets, as well as its concentration on six personal points and their houses.
The Second World War broke out as Pluto settled into a new sign (in Leo, 1937-57) and emphasized the concomitant disasters. But here there was a much more acceptable reason for war, and it was successful in spite of the appalling suffering and elimination of millions of innocent people. The good that came out of this influence was in the formation of the United Nations, which has very Leonine overtones. When Leo is a person's Sun, Moon, or Ascendant sign, a power complex can develop. Generally a spark of Leo big-heartedness is present, especially if there are planets in other fire signs, but the enthusiasm of the fire element is suppressed. Here are people who were the first computer buffs, and who, because of Pluto in Leo, knew when to pull the plug to stop the machine from taking over. The United Nations, founded at the end of World War II, when Pluto was in Leo, has very Leonine overtones.
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