#29 Alfred Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha


Prince Alfred was  24 when died.  His sister, Marie of Roumania #646 on the Jones 1000, wrote that his health broke down while the Times of London said that Prince Alfred's death was due to a tumor, but it seems clear that as The Complete Peerage states, he shot himself and was a suicide. He … Continue reading #29 Alfred Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

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#498 Isabella II of Spain, Neptune’s Queen


Bourbon Spanish queen Isabella II succeeded to the throne after her father died on September 29, 1833 because his wife demanded it.  In his will, the King listened and  rescinded Salic Law or the tradition in most royalty of Europe prohibiting females and any descendants in the female line from inheriting land, titles, and offices. Isabella … Continue reading #498 Isabella II of Spain, Neptune’s Queen

#490 King of Italy, Umberto II


This chart was already rectified by someone.  There is no mention in Kepler by whom, but we are accepting it.  Marc Jones has the correct date and place, the Royal Palace at Raconghi, Italia but no place.  he also refers him to Prince Umberto and not King Umberto the II.  While King Umberto does have … Continue reading #490 King of Italy, Umberto II

#329 Farida, Queen of Egypt.


https://flic.kr/p/AcTHT King Farouk was 17 (see above)  when he met Safinaz Zulficar -her name in Turkish means the beautiful woman- on a trip to London.  She was part of the royal entourage for Queen Nazli's voyage.   Her mother Kareema was the queen's  lady in waiting, and also one of the daughters of Mohammed Said … Continue reading #329 Farida, Queen of Egypt.

#34 Rainha Amelie of Portugal


Princess Amélie of Orléans was the Queen Consort of King Carlos I of Portugal. Born Marie Amélie Louise Hélène d'Orléans on September 28, 1865, in Twickenham England, where her family had been living in exile since Napoleon III had assumed the French throne in 1848. She was the eldest of the eight children of Prince … Continue reading #34 Rainha Amelie of Portugal

Welcome Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge


Prince William and Kate Middleton have revealed the name they’ve chosen for their baby boy. His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Cambridge. Louis (pronounced “LU-EE”) means “renowned warrior” in French, and is likely a tribute to Prince Philip, whose grandfather was Prince Louis Alexander of Battenberg and was also born almost a month later, on May 24, 1854 in Graz, … Continue reading Welcome Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge

#21 Czar of Russia, Alexander III


This is the time for Czar Alexander III in the Jones 1000. We have rectified the time to 12:49 and got the following chart which we think is far better for the monarch. He was officially, Alexander III  Emperor of all the Russias, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland from 10 March 1881 … Continue reading #21 Czar of Russia, Alexander III

when (Prince) Harry Met Meghan


In an ongoing study Australian astrologer Paul Westran says he continues to find statistical support for the relational roles played by the Sun and planet Venus as they progress through the compared birth charts of couples. The latest evidence for Venusian involvement in affairs of the heart can be observed in the birth charts of … Continue reading when (Prince) Harry Met Meghan

Forever Princess Diana of Wales


The header shot is of Princess Diana and her two sons, William and Henry.  Below are her wedding shoes and her and Prince Charles on her wedding day, July 29, 1981.  She was twenty years old.       She was born on July 1st, 1961 at 7:45 GMT at Sandringham Castle.  Her Ascendant at … Continue reading Forever Princess Diana of Wales

#313 The birth & death of King Edward VII of England


edward 7th King Edward is a rimmed bowl with the Moon opposite Uranus in Pisces creating the rim.  Pluto was not discovered in his lifetime, but almost 20 years after this death, so we are ignoring it here.  If it was part of the configuration, he would then be a lipped bowl.  His natural disposition … Continue reading #313 The birth & death of King Edward VII of England